Design of the Controller for Elimination of Self-excited Oscillations View Full Text


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DATE

2010

AUTHORS

T. Březina , J. Vetiška , P. Blecha , P. Houška

ABSTRACT

The article deals with design of the controller for elimination of self-excited oscillations during machining. These oscillations are generated between a cutting tool and a work-piece surface and lead to decreased quality of the machined surface as well as decreased geometrical precision. The secondary effect is increased level of noise emissions. In general, the self-excited oscillations negatively affect the working productivity of metal cutting machines and inhibit its growth. The design of the controller is based on a model of the cutting process which works with so-called regenerative principle of the self-excited oscillations generation and is based on the variable chip thickness. The model itself serves to derivation of the controller gains. A piezoelectric compensator of the cutting force is controlled by the designed PSD controller. The compensator changes the position of the tool against the machined surface thereby changing the chip thickness. More... »

PAGES

395-400

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-05022-0_67

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