Cryogenic acts more as coolant to reduce the temperature generated in machining process. Cryogenic application is claimed to improve process sustainability, increase material removal rate (MRR), enhance the tool life, improve product quality of machined parts and enhance surface integrity. Surface roughness measurement (Ra) gives some improvement when machining with cryogenic application compared to dry and wet machining.
Sumit Suresh Patil - Be Mechanical, Mtech Design,MD of Sumit Engineering Classes, Pune. Former Research Asssistant SED, Nashik. International Author of 2 books published by LAP, Germany. Author of many international research papers. He is currently working on hydraulic press and different machiningand composite materials.
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Cryogenic machining, LIN, Heat generation, Tool Wear
TECHNOLOGY / Engineering / General