Influence of Helix Angle in Low Immersion Milling Forces and Stability Analysis: down-Milling, up-Milling and Slotting

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Chatter is the most obscuring phenomenon and significant amount of research has been documented regarding prediction, control and elimination of chatter. Chatter is still a main hindrance in achieving good surface finish and productivity. This paper presents the influence of helix angle of milling cutter in down-milling, up-milling and slotting operation. Altintas multi-frequency solution (MFS) is advanced by adding the impact of helix angle in milling forces. A comparison is made for stability lobes diagram based on the helix angle model for different helix angles against the Altintas multi-frequency solution model (MFS) and zero order approximation (ZOA) model. The comparison shows that for small helix angle the stability lobes follow the Altintas (MFS) model and for high helix angle the stability lobes follow the Altintas (ZOA) model. The experimental results prove the simulations. Introduction

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Periodical:

Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 308-310)

Edited by:

Jian Gao

Pages:

1565-1570

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.308-310.1565

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M. Masud Akhtar et al., "Influence of Helix Angle in Low Immersion Milling Forces and Stability Analysis: down-Milling, up-Milling and Slotting", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 308-310, pp. 1565-1570, 2011

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August 2011

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