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SELECTION OF CUTTING FLUID BASED ON DIFFERENT OPERATING CONDITION BY TOPSIS METHOD

abhishek shrotriya, mohammed Ali, Devendra Patel

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In this work selection of cutting fluid is analysed on the basis of feed force, cutting force, surface roughness and radial force. Its application has been carried out by using TOPSIS method. The value of variables i.e. feed force, cutting force, surface roughness, radial force and weight criteria can be changed for factors influencing cutting. It will be easier to determine the appropriate cutting fluid for turning processes. For machining cylindrical work piece of mild steel the single point cutting tool is used. A number of experiments are performed with different cutting speeds, cutting fluids, and feed rates. The results are shown in the form of graphs. These graphs indicate the relative closeness value for different cutting fluids by TOPSIS methods. By investigating the graph, the optimum cutting fluid for several cutting speeds and feeds is obtained. The present study represents the effect of a well-known parameter i.e. coolant flow on the surface finish along with other elements such as spindle speed, feed, depth of cut and  cutting force. Selection of cutting fluid is an important criteria during cutting processes, as it is related with the cutting conditions that is surface finish, depth of cut and cutting forces.

 


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