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Lubricants, 7. Metalworking Fluids and Forming Lubricants

  1. Carmen Freiler1,
  2. Dietrich Hörner2,
  3. Wolfgang Buss1,
  4. Franz Kubicki2,
  5. Achim Losch1,
  6. Theo Mang2

Published Online: 15 OCT 2011

DOI: 10.1002/14356007.o15_o09

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

How to Cite

Freiler, C., Hörner, D., Buss, W., Kubicki, F., Losch, A. and Mang, T. 2011. Lubricants, 7. Metalworking Fluids and Forming Lubricants. Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. .

Author Information

  1. 1

    Fuchs Europe Schmierstoffe GmbH, Mannheim, Federal Republic of Germany

  2. 2

    Fuchs Petrolub AG, Mannheim, Federal Republic of Germany

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 15 OCT 2011

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Abstract

The article contains sections titled:

1.Introduction
1.1.Mechanism of Action
1.2.Water-Miscible Cutting Fluids
1.2.1.Composition
1.2.2.Corrosion Protection and Corrosion Test Methods
1.2.3.Concentration of Water-Mixed Cutting Fluids
1.2.4.Stability of Coolants
1.2.5.Foaming Properties
1.2.6.Preservation of Coolants with Biocides
1.3.Neat Cutting Fluids
1.3.1.Specifications
1.3.2.Composition
1.4.Application
1.4.1.Machining with Geometrically Defined Cutting Edges
1.4.2.Machining with Geometric Non-Defined Cutting Edges
1.5.Storage
1.6.Environmental Aspects
1.7.New Trends in Coolant Technology
2.Forming Lubricants
2.1.Sheet Metal Working Lubricants
2.1.1.Deep Drawing
2.1.2.Stretch Drawing and a Combination of Stretch and Deep Drawing
2.1.3.Shear Cutting
2.1.4.Choice of Lubricants
2.1.5.Sheet Metal Forming in Automobile Manufacturing
2.2.Lubricants for Wire, Tube, and Profile Drawing
2.2.1.Wire Drawing
2.2.2.Profile Drawing
2.2.3.Tube Drawing
2.2.4.Hydroforming
2.3.Lubricants for Rolling
2.3.1.Rolling Steel Sheet
2.3.2.Rolling Aluminum Sheet
2.3.3.Rolling of Other Materials
2.4.Lubricants for Solid Metal Forming