Journal of Pollution Effects & Control

Journal of Pollution Effects & Control
Open Access

ISSN: 2375-4397

+44 1223 790975

Riad Khettabi

Departments of Mechanical Engineering, UQTR, Trois-Rivières, Canada

  • Research Article   
    Dust Generation Evaluation by a Predicting Model of Cutting Forces and Machining Temperature during Orthogonal Cutting of Aluminum Alloys
    Author(s): Abdelhakim Djebara*, Mohamed Amine Alliche, Riad Khettabi and Victor Songmene

    Machining processes must not only be efficient in terms of technical requirements and economic problems for the current industry, but they must also be sustainable in terms of environment and operator safety. The use of cutting fluids during turning is costly and can be hazardous for the operator. However, dry machining induces excessive friction on the tool/workpiece and chip/tool interfaces, leading to an increase in the fine and ultrafine particles generation which deteriorate air quality in the workshop. This dust can constitute a real risk to the operator’s health and shorten the reliability of the machine-tools components. Knowing the cutting conditions leading to reduced metallic particle generation could contribute to improving the occupational safety of the machining processes. This article presents experimental and theoretical investigations on dust generation phenomen.. View More»
    DOI: 10.35248/2375-4397.21.9.281

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