Active in-process chatter control

E.J.J. Doppenberg, R.P.H. Faassen, N. Wouw, van de, J.A.J. Oosterling, H. Nijmeijer

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Abstract

A control stategy for high speed milling has been developed to prevent the onset of chatter, and at the same time to increase machining efficiency and surfacefinish quality. The main objective of this approach is to detect the onset and adjust the spindle speed in such a manner, that the machining process is forced into a region of stable operation. In the paper, this approach - active in-process chatter control - is described and illustrated in simulations.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the CIRP 2nd International Conference on High Performance Cutting, 12-13 June 2006, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Place of PublicationCanada, Vancouver
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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    Doppenberg, E. J. J., Faassen, R. P. H., Wouw, van de, N., Oosterling, J. A. J., & Nijmeijer, H. (2006). Active in-process chatter control. In Proceedings of the CIRP 2nd International Conference on High Performance Cutting, 12-13 June 2006, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Canada, Vancouver.