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Reused Sunflower Oil as Dielectric Fluid for Electric Discharge Machining Process

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 1731-1740

Keywords : Electric Discharge Machine (EDM); Electrode Wear Rate (EWR); Material Removal Rate (MRR); Surface Roughness (SR) & Tool Wear Rate (TWR);

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Electro Discharge Machining (EDM) is an incredibly recognizable machining practice among as of unpredictable machining systems for perplexing, complex profiles in "very hard to machine" materials (which are electrically conductive). In EDM, the material ejection of the cathode is obtained through exact controlled electric pulse release, which happens the metals of two anodes into vapors, at the event of the breakdown of the dielectric medium. This exploration work, forms are done to discover the appropriateness of plant seed oils from reused sunflower oil as a dielectric liquid in the EDM procedure. And furthermore checked its reasonableness with EDM oil as alternate dielectric liquid for mechanical application. Electrode Wear Rate (EWR), Material Removal Rate (MRR), Surface Roughness (SR), and Tool Wear Rate (TWR) are the key execution highlights of EDM. The important objective of EDM is to get higher MRR close by achieving the reasonably great surface nature of the machined workpiece. The parameters that achieve the most shocking MRR rely upon the machining surface which is associating with the workpiece and apparatus. Dielectric is the hugest variable for getting brilliant outcomes for the abovementioned - expressed key highlights. These examinations came about that reused sunflower oil is an appropriate dielectric media, the outcomes acquired are great while contrasting and that of EDM oil and furthermore discover the impact of the geology of the workpiece and carbon particles dissolving is checked with SEM investigation for any deviations on work surface

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