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Energy-Based Novel Quantifiable Sustainable-Value Assessment Method for Machining Processes

Authors
  • Khan, AM
  • Anwar, S
  • Gupta, MK
  • Alfaify, A
  • Hasnain, S
  • Jamil, M
  • Mia, M
  • Pimenov, DY
Publication Date
Nov 20, 2020
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Spiral - Imperial College Digital Repository
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Abstract

Sustainability assessments of cooling/lubrication-assisted advanced machining processes has been demanded by environment control agencies because it is an effective management tool for improving process sustainability. To achieve an effective and efficient sustainability evolution of machining processes, there is a need to develop a new method that can incorporate qualitative indicators to create a quantifiable value. In the present research work, a novel quantifiable sustainability value assessment method was proposed to provide performance quantification of the existing sustainability assessment methods. The proposed method consists of three steps: establishing sustainable guidelines and identifying new indicators, data acquisition, and developing an algorithm, which creates the Overall Performance Assessment Indicator (OPAI) from the sustainability assessment method. In the proposed algorithm, initially, both quantitative and qualitative sustainability indicators are normalized. After weight assignment and aggregation, the OPAI is obtained. The developed algorithm was validated from three literature case studies, and optimal cutting parameters were obtained. The present methodology provides effective guidelines for a machinist to enhance process performance and achieve process optimization. The study also offers a relationship between sustainable and machining metrics for the support of industrial sustainability

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