Features of the Grinding Technology with the Use of Nanomodified Coolant
Igor I. Artemov, Vladimir D. Krevchik, Sergey A. Nesterov, Dmitry A. Akimov, Natalia E. Artemovadownload PDF
Abstract. The results of the analysis of the possibility of constructing a system for ensuring the quality of mechanical engineering parts by nanomodification of the surface layer are presented. The implementation is considered on the example of grinding technologies with nanomodified lubricating coolant. Mathematical models describing the process of creating conditions for nanomodification of the surface layer and algorithms for practical implementation are presented.
Engineering and Technology, Cavitation, Nanomodification, Nanoparticles
Published online 1/5/2022, 7 pages
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Citation: Igor I. Artemov, Vladimir D. Krevchik, Sergey A. Nesterov, Dmitry A. Akimov, Natalia E. Artemova, Features of the Grinding Technology with the Use of Nanomodified Coolant, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 443-449, 2022
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