Machining and Cutting Fluids
In this free online machining course, learn about the cutting fluids and their additives in the machining process.
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This free online course introduces you to the concepts of cutting fluids and its additives in the machining process. You will gain insights into the need, the types, properties and the functions of cutting fluids in the machining process. This course is arranged systematically and presented clearly so you will easily be able to understand the given concepts.
The second part of the course covers topics such as composition structure of cutting fluids, classification of emulsifiers and the types of emulsions in the machining process. You will learn about extreme pressure, anti-foam additives and biocides and how these processes come under the additives of cutting fluids in the machining process.
Finally, the course gives emphasis on the role of rust inhibitors and the ecological effects of cutting fluids in the machining process. Upon completion of this course, you will understand the different methods of applying cutting fluids, factors to be considered while selecting cutting fluids and the different cutting fluids additives in the machining process. The Machining and Cutting Fluids course is a basic, but informative course and will interest mechanical undergraduate students or those who have an interest in these topics. So, sign up for this course and start learning today!Start Course Now
By the end of this course, you will be able to
• Identify the need for cutting fluids in the machining process
• Define the types of cutting fluids in the machining process
• Discuss the properties of cutting fluids in the machining process
• Explain the role of cutting fluids in the machining operations
• Distinguish the different types of cutting fluid additives in the machining process
• Describe the composition structure of cutting fluids in the machining process
• Identify the various categories of emulsifiers in the machining process
• Define the different types of emulsions in the machining process
• Explain the functions of various additives of cutting fluids in the machining process
• Describe the mechanisms of extreme pressure, anti-foam additives and biocides
• Define what rust inhibitors are in the machining process
• Discuss the various ecological effects of cutting fluids in the machining process
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