Review: Analysis of Thermal and Fluid Flow of Lubricant in Grinding Operations
Keywords:Continuity, Fluid flow, Grinding operations, Thermal
This fundamental research presents a review of analysis of thermal and cooling effect of lubricant in grinding operations. This study is based on incompressible second order fluid flow in an approximate combined boundary layer, predicting heat transfer by developing functional models, factors affecting for the flow rate in lubricant while observing using thermal analysis and other predefined equations and algorithms. This paper consists a review of different optimizing numerical methods for analyzing of thermal fluid flow in different grinding operations. Many research papers are being reviewed but a systematic review of thermal and fluid flow analysis of lubricant in grinding operations was missing in current research areas. However, the outcome of the study is to determining the critical conditions for the loss of stability of the basic flow and in the study of the transition to turbulence of continuity, and also to investigate the conditions which will be happening with high intensity of lubricant flow affecting in abrasive chips in grinding operations.
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