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Study of chips favours judging the performance of machining and grinding Different kinds of chip formation are related to specific energy consumptions, heat produce, etc. The nature of the chip forming process is extremely vanable and depends upon the metallurgical aspect of the tool-work pair, un-deformed chip thickness, rake angle, cutting temperature, sharpness of the tool, etc Observation of chip formation during grinding of a specific matenal may facilitate determine the appropriate wheel speed, table feed and infeed for efficient grinding in this experimental study, grinding chips under different infeeds and environmental conditions have been investigated for low carbon steel specimens Good grinding performance has been achieved when water-soluble oil is used as a grinding fluid with pneumatic barrier set up.


Grinding Chips, Surface Grinding, Surface Quality, Pneumatic Barner.
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