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Experimental Studies on Optimization of Process Parameters in Machining of EN24 Using Taguchi Method

Appala Naidu Bhimisetty, Tulasi Balram Padal Korabu and Venkateshwar Reddy Pathapalli

Abstract

Due to environmental concerns and tighter laws around pollution and contamination, there is an increase in the need for renewable and biodegradable cutting fluids. Surface finish and material removal rate (MRR) are both important factors in determining the quality of a metal cutting and manufacturing operation. The product’s quality is ensured by a superior surface polish. The Taguchi technique was employed in this study to examine how the machining parameters affected the MRR and surface roughness during turning. variable cutting fluids, including cottonseed oil, coconut oil, and mineral oil, as well as variable cutting speeds, feed rates, and depths of cut were employed in the experiments. In this work, the Taguchi approach was employed to determine the ideal process variables for lowering surface roughness and elevating MRR. The L9 orthogonal array, which considers three levels and four elements, was used to arrange the experiments. The outcomes were then optimized using the Taguchi approach.

Published on: November 28, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s4-043
Citation: Bhimisetty AN, Korabu TBP, Pathapalli VR. 2023. Experimental Studies on Optimization of Process Parameters in Machining of EN24 Using Taguchi Method. NanoWorld J 9(S4): S252-S256.

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