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Shubham Sharma

Bio: Shubham Sharma is an academic researcher from Punjab Technical University. The author has contributed to research in topics: Materials science & Machining. The author has an hindex of 15, co-authored 112 publications receiving 764 citations. Previous affiliations of Shubham Sharma include Council of Scientific and Industrial Research & Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research.

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TL;DR: In this paper, a comprehensive quantitative assessment of tribological characteristics based on force, tool wear, chip, and surface integrity in titanium alloy and nickel alloy machining was performed and the machining mechanisms under lubrication of non-toxic carbon group nano-enhancers were investigated.

140 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the synergistic effect of organic additives, biodegradable vegetable base oils and recycling purification effectively reduces the environmental pollution of cutting fluids, which provides the basis and support for the engineering application and development of cutting fluid and its circulating purification.
Abstract: Cutting fluid has cooling and lubricating properties and is an important part of the field of metal machining. Owing to harmful additives, base oils with poor biodegradability, defects in processing methods, and unreasonable emissions of waste cutting fluids, cutting fluids have serious pollution problems, which pose challenges to global carbon emissions laws and regulations. However, the current research on cutting fluid and its circulating purification technique lacks systematic review papers to provide scientific technical guidance for actual production. In this study, the key scientific issues in the research achievements of eco-friendly cutting fluid and waste fluid treatment are clarified. First, the preparation and mechanism of organic additives are summarized, and the influence of the physical and chemical properties of vegetable base oils on lubricating properties is analyzed. Then, the process characteristics of cutting fluid reduction supply methods are systematically evaluated. Second, the treatment of oil mist and miscellaneous oil, the removal mechanism and approach of microorganisms, and the design principles of integrated recycling equipment are outlined. The conclusion is concluded that the synergistic effect of organic additives, biodegradable vegetable base oils and recycling purification effectively reduces the environmental pollution of cutting fluids. Finally, in view of the limitations of the cutting fluid and its circulating purification technique, the prospects of amino acid additive development, self-adapting jet parameter supply system, matching mechanism between processing conditions and cutting fluid are put forward, which provides the basis and support for the engineering application and development of cutting fluid and its circulating purification.

123 citations

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26 Dec 2020-Sensors
TL;DR: In this paper, the effect of sensorial data on tool wear by considering previous published papers is discussed, and the main aim is to discuss the impact of sensual data on tools' wear and surface roughness.
Abstract: The complex structure of turning aggravates obtaining the desired results in terms of tool wear and surface roughness. The existence of high temperature and pressure make difficult to reach and observe the cutting area. In-direct tool condition, monitoring systems provide tracking the condition of cutting tool via several released or converted energy types, namely, heat, acoustic emission, vibration, cutting forces and motor current. Tool wear inevitably progresses during metal cutting and has a relationship with these energy types. Indirect tool condition monitoring systems use sensors situated around the cutting area to state the wear condition of the cutting tool without intervention to cutting zone. In this study, sensors mostly used in indirect tool condition monitoring systems and their correlations between tool wear are reviewed to summarize the literature survey in this field for the last two decades. The reviews about tool condition monitoring systems in turning are very limited, and relationship between measured variables such as tool wear and vibration require a detailed analysis. In this work, the main aim is to discuss the effect of sensorial data on tool wear by considering previous published papers. As a computer aided electronic and mechanical support system, tool condition monitoring paves the way for machining industry and the future and development of Industry 4.0.

110 citations

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TL;DR: Wang et al. as mentioned in this paper explored the grindability and frictional behavior of CNT biological lubricant MQL through grinding experiments and friction-wear tests, and showed that the new lubrication was beneficial to suppressing the removal of multifiber block debris, tensile fracture, and tensile shear fracture, with the advantages of tribological properties and material removal behavior, the tangential and normal grinding force, and the specific grinding energy were reduced by 40.41, 31.46, and 55.78%, respectively, compared with dry grinding.
Abstract: Carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP) easily realizes the integrated manufacturing of components with high specific strength and stiffness, and it has become the preferred material in the aerospace field. Grinding is the key approach to realize precision parts and matching the positioning surface for assembly and precision. Hygroscopicity limits the application of flood lubrication in CFRP grinding, and dry grinding leads to large force, surface deterioration, and wheel clogging. To solve the above technical bottleneck, this study explored the grindability and frictional behavior of CNT biological lubricant MQL through grinding experiments and friction-wear tests. Results showed that the CNT biological lubricant reduced the friction coefficient by 53.47% compared with dry condition, showing optimal and durable antifriction characteristics. The new lubrication was beneficial to suppressing the removal of multifiber block debris, tensile fracture, and tensile-shear fracture, with the advantages of tribological properties and material removal behavior, the tangential and normal grinding force, and the specific grinding energy were reduced by 40.41%, 31.46%, and 55.78%, respectively, compared with dry grinding. The proposed method reduced surface roughness and obtained the optimal surface morphology by preventing burrs, fiber pull-out, and resin smearing, and wheel clogging was prevented by temperature reduction and lubricating oil film formation. Sa and Sq of the CNT biological lubricant were reduced by 8.4% and 7.9%, respectively, compared with dry grinding. This study provides a practical basis for further application of CNT biological lubricant in CFRP grinding.

109 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the effect of micro-texture geometry and arrangement on the film formation and tribological properties of droplets have been revealed, and the spreading behavior of minimum quantity lubrication atomized microdroplet on the textured surface was calculated by hydrodynamic modeling.
Abstract: Due to the stringent requirements of carbon emissions, traditional cutting using a large amount of mineral-based metal cutting fluid for lubrication no longer fulfilled the rigorous requirements of policies and standards. Nanofluid minimum quantity lubrication has been proven to be a new process to achieve clean manufacturing. However, due to adhesive contact friction, lubricant droplets cannot effectively penetrate the tool and workpiece interface during continuous turning. Changing the microstructure of the rake face of the tool, such as the micro-texture, may provide a geometric channel for the diffusion of the lubricant. However, the effects of micro-texture geometry and arrangement on the film formation and tribological properties of droplets have not been revealed yet. The spreading behavior of minimum quantity lubrication atomized microdroplet on the textured surface was calculated by hydrodynamic modeling. It was proven that the microchannel can effectively store the lubricating medium atomized by compressed air pneumatics. Furthermore, a comparative experiment was conducted on the influence of the texture arrangement on the cutting performance through the turning experiment. Results show that the microgrooves in the direction perpendicular to the main cutting edge obtained the lowest cutting force. The feed force, radial force, and tangential force were reduced by 13.46%, 16.23%, and 6.34%, respectively. Meanwhile, the texture arranged parallel to the cutting edge and crosswise increased the cutting force. The arrangement of the texture perpendicular to the main cutting edge direction obtained the optimal workpiece surface, the smallest chip curling radius, and the smoothest chip surface. Under the optimized texture arrangement, the anti-wear and anti-friction properties of nanofluids in the cutting area are enhanced.

108 citations


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TL;DR: In this review, an overview of reported analytical methods for the determination of the most commonly used anticancer drugs is given.

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