MR Fluid is a carrier fluid which when subjected to a controlled level of magnetic field application viscosity of the fluid increases that gives rise to visco-elastic solid in an applied magnetic field the fluid developed can transmit the kinematic forces and motion in a controlled manner to enhance the performance characteristics. Magnetic field intensity along with the tool developed imparts high tool flexibility and better control over the finishing force thus obtains the high precision in the surface finish. In this Analysis, the examination of the aspects of various influential process parameters such as the working gap, rotational speed (in rpm) and grain size (in mesh), ball milling time, etc. in the different experiment to examine their effectiveness in the process of surface finish of materials used in the different experiments. The basic material used the preparation of Magnetorheological is carried out by the ball milling of ferromagnetic material i.e Iron and Silicon carbide as an abrasive followed by the addition of binder PVA. XRD and SEM are carrying out for the Magnetorheological fluid developed. The prime objective of the whole process is to study the results as well as the approaches that are going to be followed is examined to enhance the life of the finishing tool MRF, based upon the experiments.
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Ankur, Rahul Vaishya, Vikas Kumar. The Effect of Process Parameters on the Microsurface finish of Magnetorheological Fluid Technology: A Review. Research J. Science and Tech. 2021; 13(1):23-30. doi: 10.5958/2349-2988.2021.00004.8
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