Wednesday 5 May, 11am–1pm.
In our fifth annual cooling seminar, the Nuclear AMRC invites you to explore the state of the art in carbon dioxide coolant in advanced machining for the most demanding industries and applications.
For 2021, we are moving wholly online to protect everyone’s health and reach a wider audience.
The Nuclear AMRC is leading research into supercritical CO2 cooling for challenging machining tasks, and combining it with minimum quantity lubricant (MQL) techniques for optimum performance.
The technology has been shown to reduce tool wear compared to traditional oil-based coolants, but needs further R&D to optimise cutting conditions for the most demanding tasks.
This virtual forum will bring together industrial users with researchers to discuss the opportunities and challenges of CO2 coolants, and share the latest research and best practice.
- Paul Wildgoose, Nuclear Energy Components
- Yunok Craze-Romero, Nuclear AMRC
- Dr Antoine Morandeau, Advanced Assisted Manufacturing Solutions
- Andreas Näf and Michael Mies, REGO-FIX
- Dr Nikolaos Tapoglou, University of Sheffield AMRC
- Luka Sterle, University of Ljubljana
For more information and the full agenda, download the flyer (pdf).
To register, visit the advanced cooling event page on Gotowebinar.