International Journal of Modern Physics and Applications
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International Journal of Modern Physics and Applications, Vol.6, No.1, Mar. 2020, Pub. Date: Mar. 2, 2020
Estimation of Interface Temperature During Contact Sliding
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Authors
[01] Md. Sabbir Hossain, Mechanical Engineering, Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology (DUET), Gazipur, Bangladesh.
[02] Mohammed Salah Uddin, Mechanical Engineering, Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology (DUET), Gazipur, Bangladesh.
[03] Abu Saleh Mohammed Oliullah, Mechanical Engineering, Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology (DUET), Gazipur, Bangladesh.
[04] Md. Sadat Amin, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, American International University-Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
[05] Md. Tariqul Islam, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, American International University-Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
[06] Abdun Naqib Jimmy, Department of Environmental Science and Management, North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Abstract
In machining operation, heat generated on the contact interface is important for the performance of the tool and quality of the finished product. The effect of the interface temperature, particularly when it is high, is mostly detrimental to both tool and work piece. The machining and tool life can be improved by the knowledge of interface temperature between tool and workpiece. In this mini project, the variation of different parameters on interface temperature is evaluated. An experiment is sated up to measure the interface temperature developed between grinding wheel and workpiece, during grinding operation in a surface grinding machine, under different parameters. The metal cutting parameters considered are feed rate and depth of cut with dry and wet condition. In this experiment, an assembly of k-type thermocouple and digital thermometer are used for measuring the temperature. The grinding wheel used is of silicon carbide and work pieces are 42CrMo4 Steel 16MnCr5 Steel plate. These steel work pieces are used because it have large variety of applications like worms, gears, machine parts, components of tool die set, tool holder etc. From the data collected during the experiment, the effects of different grinding parameters on temperature developed between grinding wheel and workpiece interface and suitable grinding conditions can be understood for obtaining maximum material removal rate at lower temperature. The obtained results are tabulated and analyzed graphically.
Keywords
Interface Temperature, Contact Sliding, Flash Temperature, Temperature Measurement
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