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Volume 298, 2019International Conference on Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment: Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (ICMTMTE 2019)
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|Published online||18 November 2019|
Automatic compensation of tool disturbances, caused by an unstable cutting process
Institute of Engineering and Automobile Transport, Vladimir State University named under Alexander and Nikolay Stoletovs, Russia
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Modern machining processes are characterized by a separate functioning of the elements of technological system (TS). The cutting mode, that determines the machining efficiency, depends on the functional capability of a low-performance element, and the other higher-performance elements are not able to reduce the workload of the first element. The “strong” element of the TS can not help the “weak” one in reducing the received workload. The transfer of a part of the workload from the “weak” to the “strong” element allows to use the higher cutting mode. In such statement the increase of efficiency of machining processes in the scientific and technical literature was not observed. Is offered to connect a pliable cutting tool with a rigid large-sized workpiece by special contact knot, which allows to compensate the tool perturbations, caused by unstable process of cutting. This knot provides a dissipative and elastic connection between the tool and the workpiece, has been made and tested at holes machining. As a result the increase of efficiency of machining processes of holes was installed.
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