STUDY ON MAGNETIZATION TREATMENT AND CUTTING PERFORMANCE OF A NEW-TYPE OF TRIETHANOLAMINE BORATE CUTTING FLUID
Keywords:Triethanolamine Borate, Water Based Cutting Fluid, Magnetization Treatment
The composition of water-based cutting fluid and emulsion is different, and it has not been reported whether the magnetization treatment will affect the performance of water-based cutting fluid. In this study, a newly developed triethanolamine borate water-based cutting fluid is used as the research object to study the magnetization treatment technology and the law of its influence on cutting performance systematically. The cutting fluid magnetization experimental system was set up based on the principle of magnetization and the influence of magnetization parameters (magnetic field strength, magnetization duration) on the results of magnetization was further studied. The experimental results are measured by force measuring instrument, temperature measuring instrument, roughness measuring instrument and scanning electron microscope, and the parameters such as milling force, milling temperature, surface roughness, cutting specific energy, friction coefficient and workpiece surface morphology are comprehensively analyzed through data processing; the performance of cutting fluid before and after magnetization is also compared. The test results show that the magnetization effect is best when the magnetic field strength is 10000GS and the magnetization time is 40 minutes. The mechanism of magnetization treatment is to change the macromolecular group into a small molecular group, and the disordered array of molecules becomes ordered.
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