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Performance of Hybrid Micro Textured Drill Tool and Nanofluid in Drilling of Aerospace Alloy

Divya Chintala, Ashok Kumar Madupoju, Niranjan Thiruchinapalli, Balasubramaniyan Singaravel and Venkatesh Begori

Abstract

Drilling is one of the most essential processes in manufacturing which involve in assembly of machines, equipment, and structure. Heat produced during the drilling process must be removed with the help of cutting fluid. Issue with commercial cutting fluids include environmental as well as operator health issues due to hydrocarbon oil. Researchers are attempting various approaches to avoid the above issue. Texture on cutting tool coupled with nanofluid is one of the alternative approaches. It reduces frictional coefficient which enhances the lubrication effect. Texturing with micro hole is introduced on flute as well as margin area of drill tool for drilling of titanium alloy. The result revealed that textured drill tool provides better machining performance. The combined advantage of texturing and nanofluid is reduced the surface roughness is reduced by 5 – 10% with flute textured tool and 12% with margin textured tool. Temperature of working zone by 13% and 16% with fluted textured and margin textured tools respectively.

Published on: November 29, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s4-060
Citation: Chintala D, Madupoju AK, Thiruchinapalli N, Singaravel B, Begori V. 2023. Performance of Hybrid Micro Textured Drill Tool and Nanofluid in Drilling of Aerospace Alloy. NanoWorld J 9(S4): S350-S355.

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