Numerical Control Lathe Cutting Force Signal On-Line Monitoring Design

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The main research direction of Numerical control lathe cutting force signal on-line monitoring is to process real-time monitoring, using the sensor, charge amplifier, video acquisition card and computer to collect data and signal. Signal acquisition makes use of the piezoelectric sensor signals and send them to the computer in order to acquire the real-time data and display the dynamic signal so that monitor the process. Signal processing is the course that data will be collected for subsequent processing and analyzing. It includes display, filtering, correlation analysis, spectral analysis, etc. We can conclude the signal’s characteristics after the time domain and frequency domain analysis of signals.

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Jeremy (Zheng) Li

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329-332

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L. Zhao, "Numerical Control Lathe Cutting Force Signal On-Line Monitoring Design", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 711, pp. 329-332, 2015

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December 2014

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