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Tribology of solid-lubricated liquid carbon dioxide assisted machining
An investigation is made into the lubrication capabilities of solid-lubricated liquid carbon dioxide (LCO 2 ) in comparison to flood lubrication, straight LCO 2 and oil-lubricated LCO 2 (MQL). The coefficient of friction is determined via tribological experiments, similar to machining, using an open tribometer which features an uncoated carbide insert sliding against a workpiece. Tribological experiments reveal superior performance of solid-lubricated LCO 2 . The milling experiments as welldoi:10.1016/j.cirp.2020.04.033 fatcat:jk7rbyffare6fh642n3fcxt2bq