Cluster Analysis on Vibration Characteristic in High Speed Ball-End Milling Hardened Steel
Aim at the uncertainty of vibration behavior in high speed ball-end milling hardened steel, carried out the experiment of high speed milling hardened steel and modal analysis of cutter, studied vibration behavior of cutter and workpiece, and established vibration behavior sequence of high speed milling hardened steel. Using gray system theory, did gray cluster analysis of vibration characteristics, explored the correlation among cutter vibration, workpiece vibration and surface roughness characteristics, put forward the method of characterizing vibration characteristics in high speed ball-end milling hardened steel. The results show that high frequency vibrations of cutter and workpiece are caused by the interaction of centrifugal and dynamic cutting force, the increase of cutter overhang enhances high frequency vibration of cutter, the characteristic of cutter vibration changes from low frequency vibration to interaction of low frequency vibration and high frequency vibration. Using cutters with different overhang, surface roughness of high speed milling hardened steel has similar characteristics, surface roughness in row spacing direction can characterize low frequency vibration of cutter, and surface roughness in feed can characterize resonance characteristic of cutter caused by high frequency vibrations of cutter and workpiece.
Chengyong Wang, Ning He, Ming Chen and Chuanzhen Huang
B. Jiang et al., "Cluster Analysis on Vibration Characteristic in High Speed Ball-End Milling Hardened Steel", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 188, pp. 145-149, 2011