Effect of different dielectric fluids on titanium alloys under eclectic discharged machining.
|Dielectric fluids||Powder Additives/ Compositions||Alloys||Effect||Ref.|
|EDM oil||B4C||Ti-6Al-4V||MRR increased; Ra reduced; and EWR increased.|||
|EDM oil||Al,Cr,SiC, Fe||γTiAl||Al gave the highest MRR and lowest Ra among the additives.|||
|Pure water||SiC||Ti-6Al-4V||MRR increased; Ra reduced.|||
|Pure water||Urea||CP-Ti||MRR improved; EWR increased; and wear resistance of machined surface of workpiece improved due to formation of TiN thin layer.|||
|Distilled water||–||Ti-6Al-4V||Distilled water showed superior performance in comparison with kerosene in terms of improved MRR and surface finish|||
|Kerosene||SiC, Al||Ti-6Al-4V||SiC mixed with kerosene offered the best MRR. Using either Al or SiC led to inferior surface roughness|||
|Compound dielectric fluid||Water, tap water and 0.5 vol. % hydrogen peroxide||TC4||MRR, EWR and Ra are all improved in comparison with kerosene and distilled water.|||
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