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IJAT Vol.4 No.3 pp. 221-228
doi: 10.20965/ijat.2010.p0221
(2010)

Paper:

Adaptive Cutting Force Prediction in Milling Processes

Takashi Matsumura, Takahiro Shirakashi, and Eiji Usui

Tokyo Denki University, 2-2 Kanda Nishiki-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8457, Japan

Received:
December 16, 2009
Accepted:
January 25, 2010
Published:
May 5, 2010
Keywords:
end mill, cutting force, chip flow, optimization
Abstract

An adaptive force model is presented to predict the cutting force and the chip flow direction in milling. The chip flow model in the milling process is made by piling up the orthogonal cuttings in the planes containing the cutting velocities and the chip flow velocities. The chip flow direction is determined to minimize the cutting energy. The cutting force is predicted using the determined chip flow model. The force model requires the orthogonal cutting data, which associate the orthogonal cutting models with the cutting parameters. Basically, the required data for simulation can be measured in the orthogonal cutting tests. However, it is difficult to perform the cutting tests with specialized setups in the machine shops. The paper presents the adaptive model to accumulate and update the orthogonal cutting data with referring the measured cutting forces in milling. The orthogonal cutting data are identified to minimize the error between the predicted and the measured cutting forces. Then, the cutting forces can be predicted well in many cutting operations using the identified orthogonal cutting data. The adaptive is effective not only in extending the database but also in improving the quality of the database for the accurate predictions.

Cite this article as:
T. Matsumura, T. Shirakashi, and E. Usui, “Adaptive Cutting Force Prediction in Milling Processes,” Int. J. Automation Technol., Vol.4, No.3, pp. 221-228, 2010.
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