The Improvement in Grinding of Inlet Engine Valves by the Adoption of the Most Effective Cuting Fluid Type 2000-01-3209
In this paper is presented an experimental research in which the grinding of seating surfaces of inlet engine valves was improved by the adoption of the most effective cutting fluid type, matching the new requirements of cutting fluid application. Four different types of cutting fluids (straight oil and three different types of soluble oils) were analyzed. As qualitative and quantitative evaluation parameters of the performance of the cutting fluids, the roughness, the grinding wheel wear, the cutting force and the workpiece residual stress were determined. As a conclusion, the straight oil was the cutting fluid that presented the best results in all of the parameters analyzed.
Citation: da Silva, E., Bianchi, E., de Aguiar, P., and Catai, R., "The Improvement in Grinding of Inlet Engine Valves by the Adoption of the Most Effective Cuting Fluid Type," SAE Technical Paper 2000-01-3209, 2000, https://doi.org/10.4271/2000-01-3209. Download Citation
Eraldo Jannone da Silva, Eduardo Carlos Bianchi, Paulo Robero de Aguiar, Rodrigo Eduardo Catai
São Paulo State University UNESP- Brazil
SAE Brasil International Conference on Fatigue