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Experimental Investigation on Single Point Incremental Forming Process Using Conventional Fluid and Solid Lubrication

Chakradhar Bandapalli, Balasubramaniyan Singaravel and Thiruchinapalli Niranjan

Abstract

Single Point Incremental Forming (SPIF) is one of the forming processes that have higher formability which is the significant advantage when compared to other type of forming processes. Cutting conditions play a significant role in process performance enhancement. Cutting conditions include conventional fluid, dry condition, coated tool, vegetable oil as coolant, minimum quantity supply, and nano solid lubricant. In this work, two different cutting conditions are considered, and the process performance is analyzed. Conventional cutting fluid and nano powder mixed solid lubrication are considered as cutting conditions. Forming tool diameter, speed of the spindle, and step size are considered as process parameters. Response parameters such as surface roughness, machining time, vibration of tool, and temperature are measured. The result revealed that nano powder mixed solid lubrication is performed better and one of the easiest alternative cutting conditions. Nano powder mixed cutting fluid is used to enhance the tribological properties by reducing the frictional effect during machining. This research work promotes near dry machining effectively with the help of nano powder mixed solid lubrication.

Published on: November 30, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s4-061
Citation: Bandapalli C, Singaravel B, Niranjan T. 2023. Experimental Investigation on Single Point Incremental Forming Process Using Conventional Fluid and Solid Lubrication. NanoWorld J 9(S4): S356-S360.

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