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Outlines the increasing use of unconventional metalworking fluids as one of the measures necessary for manufacturing industries to take to maintain their competitiveness, focusing on Germany. Notes environmental concerns and describes the use of base fluids, additives and the testing...
The metalworking (MW) fluid industry accounts for approximately 5 per cent of the total world market for lubricants. MW fluids rely upon good formulation expertise and effective chemical additives. It is becoming increasingly apparent that in order to provide chemical additives that meet the...
Metalworking fluids are applied in metal working operations in order to decrease tribological effects and increase economy. Primarily they are used for cooling the tools and the workpieces and also for lubricating the cutting edges. The components of metalworking fluids responsible for decrease...
Efforts have been directed to study the magnetic fluid based squeeze film behaviour between rotating porous circular plates with a concentric pocket. The porous housing is considered to be elastically negligibly deformable with its contact surface rough. The stochastic film thickness...
In this paper, experiments were carried out to study the friction and wear performance for the materials of the piston and cylinder in a water hydraulic axial piston pump. The matching of a 940 stainless steel circle with a F102 engineering plastics block and a 940 stainless steel circle with an...
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