Avdeenko, A.P.; Fedorynov, V.A.; Dašić, P.V.; Turmanidze, R.; Fedorynov, M.V.; Konovalova, S.A.; Burmistrov, K.S.; Toropin, N.V. Cold Rolling of Steel Strips with Metal-Working Coolants. Machines2018, 6, 29.
Avdeenko, A.P.; Fedorynov, V.A.; Dašić, P.V.; Turmanidze, R.; Fedorynov, M.V.; Konovalova, S.A.; Burmistrov, K.S.; Toropin, N.V. Cold Rolling of Steel Strips with Metal-Working Coolants. Machines 2018, 6, 29.
The efficiency of cold sheet and strip rolling of steels and non-ferrous metals in the main depends on the quality of the technological lubricant and its cost. In this regard, it is important to develop new compositions of effective metal-working coolants (MWC) having low cost and providing the maximum reduction in the friction coefficient. We developed and tested the new compositions of the MWC on basis of chicken fat, and mono- and diglycerides and their esters of boric acid synthesized from the wastes of sunflower oil production. The MWC were tested in DSEA on laboratory rolling mill 100x100 with a roll diameter of 260 mm during steel 08Kp rolling. The efficiency of the coolants was determined by the factor of metal stretch forming λ and the coefficient of friction μ in the deformation zone which was found by forward slip method. We found the metal-working coolant with 100 % concentration of boric acid esters of mono- and diglycerides is the most effective in steel rolling. Thus the new MWC on basis of boric acid esters of mono- and diglycerides synthesized from the wastes of sunflower oil production can be recommended for use in rolling of structural steels on account of availability, high efficiency, and a low cost.
metal-working coolants (МWC); steel rolling; coefficient of metal rolling-out; friction coefficient; sunflower oil
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