Abdelkrem Eltaggaz, PhD,

Abdelkrem Eltaggaz, PhD,

University of Guelph

H-index: 9

North America-Canada

Abdelkrem Eltaggaz, PhD, Information

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University of Guelph

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Citations(all)

333

Citations(since 2020)

320

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9

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9

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Abdelkrem Eltaggaz, PhD, Skills & Research Interests

Additive Manufacturing and Advanced Manufacturing

Top articles of Abdelkrem Eltaggaz, PhD,

Effect of reinforced particles on the machinability of Al alloy under MQL, cryogenic, and hybrid lubrication

Aluminum-based metal matrix composites (MMCs) offer a high strength-to-weight ratio with excellent abrasion resistance, finding vast applications in aerospace industries. However, machining these materials is difficult due to the high hardness and wear resistance resulting in a shortened tool life. In this context, Al 7075 hybrid MMC was fabricated with reinforcing elements of TiO 2 and Gr (graphite) particles. Furthermore, the machinability of newly fabricated HMMC was investigated under dry, MQL with vegetable oil, cryogenic CO 2, and hybrid (MQL+ CO 2) cutting environments. As per the originality of this work, no studies compared the machinability of Al 7075 HMMC under selected cutting environments. With the reinforcement in Al alloy, the higher cutting forces and deteriorated surface finish were observed with dry milling. The abrasion wear mechanism will dominate under all cutting environments with various …

Authors

Vinothkumar Sivalingam,Haochen Liu,Saurabh Tiwari,Poongavanam Ganesh Kumar,Mingjian Sun,Guo Kai,Munish Kumar Gupta,Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Ramesh Raju

Journal

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Published Date

2024/4/9

Comparative sustainability assessment of powder bed fusion and solid-state additive manufacturing processes: The case of direct metal laser sintering versus additive friction …

This work aims to conduct a comparative sustainability assessment between two promising additive manufacturing methods: additive friction stir deposition (AFSD) and direct metal laser sintering (DMLS). The comprehensive evaluation in this assessment accounts for environmental, economic, and social dimensions, incorporating life cycle global warming potential, water footprint, and energy demand of the materials used. Key performance indicators are also used to rank these processes, employing various Multi-Criteria Decision-Making techniques. The findings of the study reveal that AFSD exhibits superior sustainability when compared to DMLS, with AFSD achieving a sustainability score of 69%, while DMLS lags behind at 31%. Notably, the sensitivity analysis elucidates that the variance in build volume between the two methods exerts the most substantial influence on the sustainability score, accounting for a …

Authors

Aser Alaa Ahmed,Mohammad A Nazzal,Basil M Darras,Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Ibrahim M Deiab

Journal

Sustainable Materials and Technologies

Published Date

2024/4/1

Multi-objective optimization and experimental investigation of friction stir welding under Minimum quantity lubrication

Aluminium is widely used in the aerospace, marine, and transportation industries. However, achieving defect-free, high-quality welds using conventional welding processes is challenging. Friction stir welding (FSW) is a promising solid-state welding process that is environmentally friendly, produces high-quality welds, and improves the mechanical and other properties of aluminium and other lightweight materials. This study examines the welding force, power consumption, and surface roughness of friction stir-welded 6061-T651 and 5052-H32 aluminium alloys under similar and dissimilar circumstances using the minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) process. The main variables of the MQL system, including flow rate, nozzle orientation, and nozzle diameter, were analysed using analysis of variance. A multi-objective model was used to predict the optimal levels, and grey relational analysis techniques were applied …

Authors

Wisam Al-Wajidi,Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Fantahun M Defersha,Ibrahim Deiab

Journal

Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of Process Mechanical Engineering

Published Date

2024/2/28

Investigation of the Mechanical Characteristics of Metal 3D Printing at Different Build Orientation and Directions

The effect of the addition of fibre mat reinforcements on the mechanical properties of specimens fabricated by the laser solidification process using two different photopolymers, an acrylic-and an epoxy based photo-curable resin, has been studied. Comparisons of the mechanical properties between pure-polymer specimens and their fibre-reinforced counterparts were made, by subjecting the parts to tensile tests. It was found that the fibre-reinforced specimens yielded higher measured values of elastic modulus and ultimate tensile strength.

Authors

DE Karalekas

Published Date

2003/5/31

Establishment of Select Printing Parameters for Low-Cost Fused Deposition Modeling Printed Cast Iron Through Experimental Optimization

The fused deposition modeling (FDM) form of additive manufacturing provides a low-cost opportunity to quickly create unique parts with complex geometries using a high degree of precision. This is accomplished through a layer-by-layer extrusion of a metallic infused thermoplastic from a heated nozzle onto a build plate, until the 3D part is achieved. The ability to produce cheaply manufactured FDM printed cast iron parts would allow industries to bypass casting lead times and create custom cast iron parts without a machined mold. However, there has been minimal research into FDM printing of cast iron and the corresponding effects of printing parameters. The current study aims to determine the acceptable printing parameter ranges for FDM printed cast iron. The effects of three printing parameters (flow rate, infill density, and layer height) were studied with regard to the porosity, shrinkage, mass, and volume of the …

Authors

Matthew Drummond,Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Ibrahim Nouzil,Ibrahim Deiab

Journal

3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing

Published Date

2023/10/10

Numerical CFD-FEM model for machining titanium Ti-6Al-4V with nano minimum quantity lubrication: A step towards digital twin

Nano minimum quantity lubrication is an enhanced minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) method that utilizes nanoparticle additives to boost its thermal and lubricating capacity. Although experimental investigations of nano minimum quantity lubrication (NMQL) have been successful, literature on numerical modeling of NMQL is lacking. Further, 3D computational fluid dynamic (CFD) modeling of nanofluid spray cooling in machining is rare in literature. This study aims to develop a 3D CFD model to capture the nanofluid spray characteristics and then couple the solution to a 2D finite element machining (FEM) simulation. Additionally, a novel static temperature calibration method is developed to estimate the interface cutting temperature. First, a 3D CFD model calculates the thermal characteristics of the NMQL spray and derives the temperature dependent average heat convection coefficient values. In the second stage …

Authors

Ibrahim Nouzil,Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Ibrahim Deiab,Salman Pervaiz

Journal

Journal of Materials Processing Technology

Published Date

2023/3/1

Acknowledgment to the Reviewers of Metals in 2022

High-quality academic publishing is built on rigorous peer review. Metals was able to uphold its high standards for published papers due to the outstanding efforts of our reviewers. Thanks to the efforts of our reviewers in 2022, the median time to first decision was 17 days and the median time to publication was 38 days. Regardless of whether the articles they examined were ultimately published, the editors would like to express their appreciation and thank the following reviewers for the time and dedication that they have shown Metals:

Authors

A Raja Annamalai,Aditya Rio Prabowo,Aamer Nazir,Adnan Younis,Aase Reyes,Adonios Karpetis,Abbas Bahrami,Adriana Estokova,Abdallah Elsayed,Adriano Michael Bernardin,Abdel-Hamid Ismail Mourad,Afsaneh Edrisy,Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Agata Dudek,Abdul Malik,Agnieszka Kochmańska,Abdulaziz S Alaboodi,Agnieszka Łukiewska,Abdullah A Mamun,Agnieszka Pawłowska,Abdullah Aslan,Agnieszka Skoczylas,Abdullah M Al-Enizi,Agnieszka Surowiak,Abhay Sharma,Agnieszka Szczotok,Abhishek Das,Agnieszka Szkliniarz,Abhishek Lahiri,Agnieszka Teresa Krawczyńska,Abhishek Sharma,Agnieszka Więckowska,Abishek Balsamy Kamaraj,Agostino Maurotto,Aboubakr M Abdullah,Agung Tri Wijayanta,Abu Ul Hassan Sarwar Rana,Agustin L Herrera-May,A-Cheng Wang,AHM Muntasir Billah,Achilles Vairis,Ahmad Mostafa,Adam Cwudziński,Ahmad Ostovari Moghaddam,Adam Gadomski,Ahmed A Mohamed,Adam Grajcar,Ahmed Abouelregal,Adam Guzik,Ahmed Elkaseer,Adam Lipski,Ahmed Fouly,Adán Ramírez-López,Ahmed Ma A El-Sayed,Adel Fathy,Ahmed Maamoun,Adele Carrado,Ahmed O Mosleh,Adem Ozcelik,Ahmed Omar,Adi Eliyahu-Behar,Ahmed Usama,Adib J Samin,Ahmet H Ertas,Adina Negrea,Aibing Yu,Adinel Gavrus,Airong Chen

Published Date

2023

Experimental and numerical investigation of cooling effectiveness of nano minimum quantity lubrication

The literature on nano-minimum quantity lubrication (NMQL) machining suggests that its effectiveness is due to the increased thermal conductivity of the base oil and the reduced friction at the cutting interface due to the rolling effect of the nanoparticles. However, the relative contribution of the increased nanofluid thermal conductivity and nanofluid lubricity on the performance of NMQL has not been investigated. This study presents an experimental and a numerical investigation of NMQL cooling effectiveness and compares it with that of pure minimum quantity lubrication (MQL). A lumped system analysis was carried out on a flat Inconel workpiece with different heat inputs. Two different heat sources, an aluminum electric resistor and a propane torch, were used for three different cooling strategies: dry, MQL and NMQL. A propane torch was used to replicate the machining operational conditions involving vaporization …

Authors

Ibrahim Nouzil,Matthew Drummond,Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Ibrahim Deiab,Salman Pervaiz

Journal

Journal of Manufacturing Processes

Published Date

2023/12/22

Acknowledgment to the Reviewers of Materials in 2022

High-quality academic publishing is built on rigorous peer review. Materials was able to uphold its high standards for published papers due to the outstanding efforts of our reviewers. Thanks to the efforts of our reviewers in 2022, the median time to first decision was 15 days and the median time to publication was 38 days. Regardless of whether the articles they examined were ultimately published, the editors would like to express their appreciation and thank the following reviewers for the time and dedication that they have shown Materials:

Authors

ABM Amrul Kaish,Abdelaal Ahmed,A Durga,Abdelaziz Aboraia,AFM Anhar Uddin Bhuiyan,Abdelaziz Elgamouz,A Halim,Abdelghani Benyoucef,A Hosseini Monazzah,Abdelghani Iddar,AJ Babafemi,Abdelhakim Elmouwahidi,A Muthu Manokar,Abdelhakim Mesloub,A Raja Annamalai,Abdelhalim Ebaid,A Rajesh Kannan,Abdelhameed Ibrahim,ASS Sekar,Abdelhamid Layadi,A Sierra-Fernandez,Abdelilah Asserghine,A Skaropoulou,Abdelkader Abderrahmane,A Yu Ivannikov,Abdelkader Aissat,AJ Sam Spearing,Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,AM Pereira,Abdellah El-hadj Abdellah,A Yu Konstantinov,Abdellatif Ibrahim Selmi,Aaditya Khanal,Abdelmajid Timoumi,Aamer Nazir,Abdelmalek Khorief Nacereddine,Aamir Jalil,Abdelrahman Zkria,Aamod Desai,Abderrahim Samaouali,Aaron Fuller,Abderrahime Sekkat,Aaron S Schwartz-Duval,Abderrahmane Ayadi,Aaron Yu-Jen Wu,Abderrazak Boutramine,Aase Reyes,Abdessalem Hajlaoui,Aasif Helal,Abdessamad Didi,Abasal Hussain,Abdi Amir,Abay Usseinov,Abdollah Allahverdi,Abbas Bahrami,Abdollah Bahador,Abbas Haddadi,Abdolmajid Alipour,Abbas J Al Taie,Abdolreza Jamilian,Abbas Shafiee,Abdolvahed Kami,Abdallah Elsayed,Abdul Azeez Abdu Aliyu,Abdallah Shokry,Abdul Hadi Bin Azman,Abdalrhman Milad,Abdul Hakeem Deshmukh

Published Date

2023

Influence of nanoparticle concentration in nanofluid MQL on cutting forces, tool wear, chip morphology when milling of Inconel 718

Nanofluid minimum quantity lubrication (NFMQL) has been gaining popularity as a means of improving superalloy machinability and resolving health-related and environmental issues caused by conventional cutting fluids. In this study, Inconel 718 was machined with vegetable oil-based MQL containing varying weights of Al2O3 (aluminum oxide) nanoparticles. Tool wear, cutting forces, chip morphology, and average surface roughness were investigated in relation to the feed rate, the cutting speed, and the machining environment. The outcome indicates that surface roughness and cutting forces are improved by approximately 30% and 25%, respectively, when using 4 weight percentage (wt% ) nanoparticles in MQL compared to the pure MQL (0 wt%). The present study also investigated various factors associated with chip morphology, such as peak, pitch, and valleys, which affect machining performance. It was …

Authors

Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Shafahat Ali,Kashish Badwal,Ibrahim Deiab

Journal

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Published Date

2023/11

3D Printing of high melting iron alloys using metal-fused deposition modeling: a comprehensive review

Advancements in additive manufacturing (AM) have allowed for a transition in the manufacturing industry. The ability to print solid metal parts for use in prototypes, custom tooling, and fast replacement parts has driven advancements in the manufacturing sector. Material extrusion additive manufacturing processes such as fused deposition modeling (FDM) is a common AM processes in the world of thermoplastics and it is being developed in the field of metal additive manufacturing. Metal FDM (FDMm) process provides a low cost, customizable, and user-friendly printing experience while still delivering high printing tolerances. While there are many materials that can be printed using FDM technologies, process parameters vary across materials resulting in inconsistent process parameters across the industry. This review paper focuses on the techniques and parameters performed by various researchers for the …

Authors

Matthew Drummond,Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Ibrahim Deiab

Published Date

2023/11

Acknowledgment to Reviewers of Actuators in 2021

Rigorous peer-reviews are the basis of high-quality academic publishing. Thanks to the great efforts of our reviewers, Actuators was able to maintain its standards for the high quality of its published papers. Thanks to the contribution of our reviewers, in 2021, the median time to first decision was 17 days and the median time to publication was 41 days. The editors would like to extend their gratitude and recognition to the following reviewers for their precious time and dedication, regardless of whether the papers they reviewed were finally published:

Authors

Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Andryushin Konstantin Petrovich,Abdon Pena-Francesch,Andrzej Koszewnik,Adnan Ghaffar,Angelo Accetta,Adrian Filipescu,Anh-Tu Nguyen,Adrian Gligor,Anna Borucka,Agustín L Herrera-May,Antonio Giallanza,Akio Namiki,Antonio Jesús Yuste Delgado,Alaa Al-Ibadi,Antonio Pérez-González,Alain Vande Wouwer,Arash M Dizqah,Alan Kubrusly,Arkadiusz Mystkowski,Alan M Wemyss,Arnaldo Leal-Junior,Alessandra Vitanza,Arvydas Palevicius,Alessandro Ridolfi,Asanthi Jinasena,Alexander Hošovský,Ashiqur Rahaman,Alexander Smirnov,Asif Khan,Alexandru Martian,Athanasios Chasalevris,Alexandru Onea,Aurelio Melo,Ali Zolfagharian,Aykut Tamer,Almeida Anibal De,Azar Maalouf,Álvaro Gutiérrez,Azeddine Houari,Amelie Hagelauer,Barbara Zardin,Amir Haider Malik,Basaran Bahadir Kocer,Amir M Anvar,Basuraj Bhowmik,Amir Mohajeri,Ben Bin Xu,Amr Adly,Benjamin Evans,Anand Kumar Mishra,Benjie Tang,Anargyros Karakalas,Bernhard Penzlin,Anatoly N Ladygin,Boyuan Li,Anca Maxim,Bruno Brunone,Andrea I Deaconescu,Bülent Delibas,Andrei Andras,Calin Ciufudean,Andrei Olaru,Calin Rusu,Andrew Gryguć,Capace Alessia

Published Date

2022

Acknowledgment to Reviewers of Applied Sciences in 2021

Rigorous peer-reviews are the basis of high-quality academic publishing. Thanks to the great efforts of our reviewers, Applied Sciences was able to maintain its standards for the high quality of its published papers. Thanks to the contribution of our reviewers, in 2021, the median time to first decision was 16 days and the median time to publication was 37 days. The editors would like to extend their gratitude and recognition to the following reviewers for their precious time and dedication, regardless of whether the papers they reviewed were finally published:

Authors

Applied Sciences Editorial Office

Published Date

2022/2/14

Toxicity analysis of nano-minimum quantity lubrication machining—a review

The lubrication properties of nanoparticles are of great interest to the manufacturing industry and led to the development of the nano-minimum quantity lubrication (NMQL) cooling strategy. To evaluate the sustainability characteristics of nano-minimum quantity lubrication, apart from analyzing the benefits of increasing machining efficiency, it is also essential to evaluate the potential detrimental effects of nanoparticles on human health and the environment. Existing literature provides substantial data on the benefits of nano-minimum quantity lubrication machining. However, the current literature does not provide researchers in the machining sector a comprehensive analysis of the toxicity of the nanoparticles used in nano-minimum quantity lubrication. This study aims to provide a comprehensive review that addresses the toxicity levels of the most frequently used nanoparticles in NMQL machining. To understand the impacts of nanoparticles on the human body and the environment, in vitro studies that evaluate the nanoparticles’ toxicity on human cells and in vitro/in vivo studies on other living organisms are considered. The results from toxicity studies on each of the chosen nanoparticles are summarized and presented in chronological order. The reviewed studies indicate transition metal dichalcogenides (MoS2 and WS2) exhibit very low toxicity when compared to other nanoparticles. The toxicity of hBN and AL2O3 nanoparticles varies depending on their lengths and crystalline structures, respectively. In conclusion, a chart that maps the toxicity levels of nanoparticles on seven different human cell lines (human lung epithelial cells (A549), human …

Authors

Ibrahim Nouzil,Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Salman Pervaiz,Ibrahim Deiab

Published Date

2022/8/6

Thermal Post-Processing of 4140 Alloy Steel Parts Fabricated by Selective Laser Melting (SLM)

Selective laser melting (SLM) additive manufacturing (AM) technology has become an attractive research topic due to its low environmental impact, minimal material waste, and ability to deal with complex geometries. However, the mechanical performance of parts produced using SLM needs to be improved. Enhancing the performance of the fabricated parts is the main goal of different industrial implementations. To achieve this objective by providing a homogeneous microstructure and reducing cracks and porosity within the produced parts is a significant part of this investigation. The heating process for additively produced parts is significant for eliminating porosity, relieving residual stresses, and homogenizing the microstructure. The goal of this experimental investigation is to evaluate the influence of thermal post-processing on the microstructure and mechanical properties of AISI 4140 alloy steel fabricated using an SLM technique. A full characterization of the mechanical properties for the SLM produced sample was conducted and compared to the commercial sample. In addition, microstructure assessments were conducted for the as-built and printed samples. The results revealed that thermal post-processing enhances the mechanical properties of the SLM printed parts. This makes industrial production more feasible and offers a great possibility for applications in many industries like the automobile, aerospace, and machinery industries.

Authors

AA Eltaggaz,John Cloutier,Ibrahim Deiab

Journal

Proc Can Soc Mech Eng Int Congr

Published Date

2021

Machining ti-6al-4v alloy using nano-cutting fluids: Investigation and analysis

Minimum Quantity Lubrication nanofluid (MQL-nanofluid) is a viable sustainable alternative to conventional flood cooling and provides very good cooling and lubrication in the machining of difficult to cut materials such as titanium and Inconel. The cutting action provides very difficult conditions for the coolant to access the cutting zone and the level of difficulty increases with higher cutting speeds. Furthermore, high compressive stresses, strain hardening and high chemical activity results in the formation of a ‘seizure zone’ at the tool-chip interface. In this work, the impact of MQL-nanofluid at the seizure zone and the corresponding effects on tool wear, surface finish, and power consumption during machining of Ti-6Al-4V was investigated. Aluminum Oxide (Al2O3) nanoparticles were selected to use as nano-additives at different weight fraction concentrations (0, 2, and 4 wt.%). It was observed that under pure MQL strategy there was significant material adhesion on the rake face of the tool while the adhesion was reduced in the presence of MQL-nanofluid at the tool-chip interface, thus indicating a reduction in the tool chip contact length (TCCL) and reduced seizure effect. Furthermore, the flank wear varied from 0.162 to 0.561 mm and the average surface roughness (Ra) varied from 0.512 to 2.81 µm. The results indicate that the nanoparticle concentration and the reduction in the seizure zone positively influence the tool life and quality of surface finish.

Authors

Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Ibrahim Nouzil,Ibrahim Deiab

Journal

Journal of Manufacturing and Materials Processing

Published Date

2021/4/27

Numerical study of flow and heat transfer of minimum quantity lubrication based nano-fluid in a turning process using Inconel alloy

Finite element analysis in conjunction with discrete phase model was utilized in this investigation to study the effect of using MQL nanofluid on the average temperature of the cutting tool. The numerical results were validated experimentally, and the relative error was 9.7% in the absence of nanoparticles and 2.7 % for nanoparticles with a volume fraction of 2%. The numerical results illustrated that the addition of Al2O3 nanoparticles to MQL reduced the average temperature of the cutting tool from 443 K (0% volume fraction) to 420 K for a volume fraction of 2%. This is evidently demonstrating the significance of decreasing the cutting tool temperature when using nanoparticles with MQL. The results presented in this study also revealed that the temperature variation was considerably greater in the first 0.5 mm from the cutting tool tip over both the rake and flank faces compared with locations far away from the tip. The …

Authors

I. Deiab K. Khanafer,A. Eltaggaz

Journal

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Published Date

2020/5/14

Toward Sustainable Micro-drilling of Inconel 718 Super-Alloy using MQL-Nanofluid

The application of micro-mechanical cutting operations, such as micro-drilling, is crucial for producing microsystem components. In the production of jet engine parts, Inconel 718 superalloy has been used to produce these components due to its high performance at high temperatures. Due to the low thermal conductivity and the high work hardening tendencies of Inconel 718, a high amount of the cutting temperature dissipates toward the cutting tool instead of the chip. When using micro-scale drilling (micro-drilling), heat dissipation becomes more challenging. This affects the tool life and the machined surface quality; therefore, when machining these alloys, a cutting fluid is required to decrease the high amounts of generated heat. Flood coolant is commonly used to reduce the cutting temperature; however, government regulations have been published for alternative cooling processes to decrease the influences of …

Authors

Abdul-latif A Khanafera K.,Eltaggaz A.,Agarwal H.,Deiab I.

Journal

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Published Date

2020

Toxicity of nanoparticles used in minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) machining: a sustainability analysis

Minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) with nanocomposite particles is among the new areas of study and has proven to provide very good cooling and lubrication in the machining of difficult to cut materials, such as titanium, Inconel and ADI. It is therefore imperative to understand their effects on the environment in the early stages of investigation, prior to their wide scale usage in industry. This study focuses on the different nanocomposite particles used in previous research, which is available in the literature, and evaluates their sustainability characteristics by investigating the toxicity of these nanocomposite particles on humans. The cooling capabilities of each of the nanoparticles considered is first established from the existing literature and summarized. Human cell viability measured from in vitro toxicity studies of nanoparticles is used as a variable to easily capture the toxicity of nanoparticles. Six different …

Authors

Ibrahim Nouzil,Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,Ibrahim Deiab,Salman Pervaiz

Published Date

2020/11/16

An integrated numerical study for using minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) when machining austempered ductile iron (ADI)

Machining difficult-to-cut materials is still an ongoing area of research because of the promising advantages of these materials in different industrial applications. Austempered Ductile Iron (ADI) is among the difficult-to-cut materials as it is usually associated with short tool life and poor surface integrity and quality. Flood coolant is an effective approach to eliminate the high generated heat when machining ADI. However, the use of conventional flood coolant is not a sustainable approach. Minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) is one of the environmentally friendly cooling approaches, which has been demonstrated to be an effective near dry machining technique. There is a gap in the open literature in the area of numerical modelling of the thermal and heat transfer behavior when machining ADI. Thus, this research focuses on simulating the cutting heat distribution on the cutting tool during machining of ADI by …

Authors

A Eltaggaz,Z Said,I Deiab

Journal

International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing (IJIDeM)

Published Date

2020/9

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What is Abdelkrem Eltaggaz, PhD,'s h-index at University of Guelph?

The h-index of Abdelkrem Eltaggaz, PhD, has been 9 since 2020 and 9 in total.

What are Abdelkrem Eltaggaz, PhD,'s top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Effect of reinforced particles on the machinability of Al alloy under MQL, cryogenic, and hybrid lubrication

Comparative sustainability assessment of powder bed fusion and solid-state additive manufacturing processes: The case of direct metal laser sintering versus additive friction …

Multi-objective optimization and experimental investigation of friction stir welding under Minimum quantity lubrication

Investigation of the Mechanical Characteristics of Metal 3D Printing at Different Build Orientation and Directions

Establishment of Select Printing Parameters for Low-Cost Fused Deposition Modeling Printed Cast Iron Through Experimental Optimization

Numerical CFD-FEM model for machining titanium Ti-6Al-4V with nano minimum quantity lubrication: A step towards digital twin

Acknowledgment to the Reviewers of Metals in 2022

Experimental and numerical investigation of cooling effectiveness of nano minimum quantity lubrication

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are the top articles of Abdelkrem Eltaggaz, PhD, at University of Guelph.

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The research interests of Abdelkrem Eltaggaz, PhD, are: Additive Manufacturing and Advanced Manufacturing

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Abdelkrem Eltaggaz, PhD, has 333 citations in total.

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