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While macroemulsion-type fluids are commonly used, oil-in-water microemulsions are also used and are gaining in popularity for use in many operations. In assessing the performance of a fluid for potential use in aluminum machining, it is useful and often necessary to carry out controlled tests to assess the lubrication, as well as machining properties, of the fluid under consideration. For prescreening of fluid performance it is often useful to perform a basic lubrication test on the © Woodhead Publishing Limited, 2012 Selection and testing of metalworking fluids 31 fluid using a benchtop tribometer.
Since all, or the majority, of the components of a clear solution synthetic fluid are solvated by the water phase, no observable droplets are seen when viewed under magnification at 400x and the system is thermodynamically stable (Fig. 5). Solution synthetic fluids are known to provide high levels of cooling, cleanliness and dispersancy of metal fines and also offer the lowest level of lubrication of the three types of water-based fluids available. Thus, the first step in a metalworking fluid selection process is to understand the nature of the different fluid types available and the strengths and weaknesses they offer.
With regard to metalworking fluids, magnesium is frequently machined dry without a cutting fluid. This is because the two primary benefits of the use of a fluid, enhanced cooling and lubrication, are often not required in the machining of magnesium. Nevertheless, metalworking fluids can still enhance the machining of magnesium and in certain more difficult machining operations, such as deep hole drilling or operations performed at high spindle speeds, the use of a metalworking fluid may be necessary.