Hybrid Experimental-Dynamical Modelling of Cutting Considering the Complex Chip Geometry
The introduced cutting model uses the widely applied mechanical-dynamical differential Lagrange model together with one of the most popular experimental force model (Kienzle-Victor model) in order to provide the more accurate demonstration and simulation of cutting processes. To increase the reliability of the results the authors considered as much parameters and as complex chip geometry as the calculations and processing made it possible. In this paper the sophisticated model of milling operation was the aim of the authors. The simulation results show good equivalency with the measured real cutting experiments. In spite of the complexity of the equations the rapid development in the informatics (hardware and software tools) helped the handling and quick calculation of the equations in this type of models.
Xingui He, Ertian Hua, Yun Lin and Xiaozhu Liu
T. Szalay et al., "Hybrid Experimental-Dynamical Modelling of Cutting Considering the Complex Chip Geometry", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 88-89, pp. 741-745, 2011