23 May 1997 Active chatter control in a milling machine
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Abstract
The use of active feedback compensation to mitigate cutting instabilities in an advanced milling machine is discussed in this paper. A linear structural model delineating dynamics significant to the onset of cutting instabilities was combined with a nonlinear cutting model to form a dynamic depiction of an existing milling machine. The model was validated with experimental data. Modifications made to an existing machine model were used to predict alterations in dynamics due to the integration of active feedback compensation. From simulations, subcomponent requirements were evaluated and cutting enhancements were predicted. Active compensation was shown to enable more than double the metal removal rate over conventional milling machines.
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Jeffrey L. Dohner, Terry D. Hinnerichs, James P. Lauffer, Chi-Man Kwan, Mark E. Regelbrugge, Natarajan Shankar, "Active chatter control in a milling machine", Proc. SPIE 3044, Smart Structures and Materials 1997: Industrial and Commercial Applications of Smart Structures Technologies, (23 May 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.274672; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.274672
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