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ArticleName Improvement of efficiency of metal recycling in metallurgical production
DOI 10.17580/chm.2021.03.08
ArticleAuthor V. V. Maksarov, A. D. Khalimonenko, Yu. Olt

Saint Petersburg Mining University (St. Petersburg, Russia):

V. V. Maksarov, Dr. Eng., Prof., Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Head of the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, e-mail:
A. D. Khalimonenko, Cand. Eng., Associate Prof., Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, e-mail:


Estonian University of Life Sciences,(Tartu, Estonia):
J. Olt, Dr. Eng., Prof., e-mail:


The article deals with the most effective primary utilization and subsequent processing of the main waste of machine-building enterprises-metal chips. To solve the above problems, the recycling of metal waste the most effective method is a comprehensive approach to the conditions of machine-building enterprises working in the conditions of the automated production consists of solutions to several problems, the main of which are submitted to the necessary properties of the chips produced and optimization of the technological equipment used for initial processing and subsequent briquetting of the chip. The solution of the problem of obtaining chips of the specified characteristics after the analysis of existing methods of its solution is proposed to be performed by applying the method of preliminary local physical impact on the surface of the workpiece. The proposed method makes it possible to obtain chips of such parameters that will meet the technical conditions of the type of automatic line for its processing and disposal, which is available in a particular production. The problem of optimization of the technological line of primary processing of chips is proposed to be solved on the basis of preliminary engineering analysis of chip crushing devices, which allows you to choose the optimal geometry of the cutter inserts depending on the type and material of the chips being crushed. The proposed set of measures should help machine-building enterprises to increase the profitability of production.

keywords Chip processing, metal cutting, cutting tools, cutters, chip crushing devices, machine-building

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