Avdeenko, A.P.; Fedorynov, M.V.; Dašić, P.V.; Turmanidze, R.; Burmistrov, K.S.; Toropin, N.V.; Konovalova, S.A. New Compositions of Metal-Working Coolants for Brass Rolling. Preprints2018, 2018040294. https://doi.org/10.20944/preprints201804.0294.v1
Avdeenko, A.P., Fedorynov, M.V., Dašić, P.V., Turmanidze, R., Burmistrov, K.S., Toropin, N.V., & Konovalova, S.A. (2018). New Compositions of Metal-Working Coolants for Brass Rolling. Preprints. https://doi.org/10.20944/preprints201804.0294.v1
Avdeenko, A.P., Nikolay V. Toropin and Svetlana A. Konovalova. 2018 "New Compositions of Metal-Working Coolants for Brass Rolling" Preprints. https://doi.org/10.20944/preprints201804.0294.v1
The efficiency of cold steel rolling depends mainly on the quality of the metal-working coolant (MWC) and its cost. In this connection, it is actual to search for new compositions of lubricants and emulsions, which provide the lowest values of the friction coefficients in deformation zone and are obtained by waste recycling in other industries. In this study we have developed new compositions of the MWC on basis of mono- and diglycerides and their esters of boric acid synthesized from the wastes of sunflower oil production. The new compositions of MWC were tested in DSEA on laboratory rolling mill 100x100 with a roll diameter of 100 mm. The efficiency of new MWC during cold rolling of brass L63 samples was determined by factor of metal stretch forming λ. We found the new metal-working coolants to show the most efficiency under higher cobbing that provides the highest metal stretch forming. The composition with 30 % of mono- and diglycerides is the most effective because it provides the minimum coefficient of friction that leads to increase of factor of metal stretch forming. Thereby the metal-working coolants on basis of mono- and diglycerides obtained from the wastes of sunflower oil production can be recommended for use in strip rolling of copper-zinc alloys because of a low cost, availability and high efficiency.
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