Machining accuracy is considerably affected by the deflection of the machine-tool-workpiece system under the action of the cutting force. A new model to estimate a bar diameter error due to the deflection of the tool, of the workpiece-holder and of the workpiece was defined by the authors, starting from a cutting force model. This work deals with a comparison among the bar diameter errors that are calculated by means of the developed model involving three different cutting force models. The considered cutting force models were the specific cutting resistance, the Kronenberg cutting force and the unified-generalised mechanics of the cutting force model developed by Armarego. The numerical results were compared with those obtained by experimental tests carried out through a parallel lathe. The results show that the Armarego's cutting force model provides values of the force components and, therefore, the values of the resulting bar diameter errors are closest to the experimental ones.

Estimation of diameter error in bar turning: a comparison among three cutting force models

POLINI, Wilma
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2003

Abstract

Machining accuracy is considerably affected by the deflection of the machine-tool-workpiece system under the action of the cutting force. A new model to estimate a bar diameter error due to the deflection of the tool, of the workpiece-holder and of the workpiece was defined by the authors, starting from a cutting force model. This work deals with a comparison among the bar diameter errors that are calculated by means of the developed model involving three different cutting force models. The considered cutting force models were the specific cutting resistance, the Kronenberg cutting force and the unified-generalised mechanics of the cutting force model developed by Armarego. The numerical results were compared with those obtained by experimental tests carried out through a parallel lathe. The results show that the Armarego's cutting force model provides values of the force components and, therefore, the values of the resulting bar diameter errors are closest to the experimental ones.
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