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Modeling and simulation of milling processes including process damping effects

Modeling and simulation of milling processes including process damping effects

Kategorien Zeitschriften/Aufsätze (reviewed)
Jahr 2014
Autoren Denkena, B., Bickel, W., Grabowski, R.:
Veröffentlicht in German Academic Society for Production Engineering (WGP) 2014, Published online: 13. April 2014, S. 453 - 459.
Beschreibung

Especially in high speed milling of aluminum alloys in the aviation industry, chamfered milling toolshave proven themselves. Due to the chamfer, an Extended contact between the tool and the workpiece at the flank face is evoked, which leads to additional process damping forces opposed to tool vibrations. Hence, the cutting process shows improved stability characteristics. This article presents an approach for the identification and modeling of these process damping effects in transient milling simulations. For this purpose, a simulation- and experiment-based procedure for the identification of required Simulation parameters depending on the tool chamfer geometry is introduced and evaluated. Finally, the identified Parameters are used for transient simulations of milling processes with extended stability due to the tool chamfer. The suitability of the proposed identification method and Simulation model for milling with process damping is finally proved by a comparison between simulations and experiments.

DOI 10.1007/s11740-014-0544-0