3 December 2009

Special issue: Near dry – minimum quantity of lubricant (MQL) machining

International Journal of Machining and Machinability of Materials 7(1/2) 2010
  • Metal cutting theory foundations of near-dry (MQL) machining
  • Effects of minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) by vegetable oil-based cutting fluid on machinability of AISI 9310 steel
  • Strategy for optimising cutting parameters in the dry turning of 6061-T6 aluminium alloy based on design of experiments and the generalised pattern search algorithm
  • Evaluation of sustainability of mould steels based on machinability data
  • A characterisation of mist generated from minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) compared to wet machining
  • Experimental investigations into near-dry milling EDM of Stellite alloys
  • A study on optimisation of cutting parameters and prediction of surface roughness in end milling of aluminium under MQL machining
  • Design optimisation of flank wear and surface roughness for CBN-TiN tools during dry hard turning of hot work die steel

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