Energy Demand Modeling Methodology of Key State Transitions of Turning Processes
AbstractEnergy demand modeling of machining processes is the foundation of energy optimization. Energy demand of machining state transition is integral to the energy requirements of the machining process. However, research focus on energy modeling of state transition is scarce. To fill this gap, an energy demand modeling methodology of key state transitions of the turning process is proposed. The establishment of an energy demand model of state transition could improve the accuracy of the energy model of the machining process, which also provides an accurate model and reliable data for energy optimization of the machining process. Finally, case studies were conducted on a CK6153i CNC lathe, the results demonstrating that predictive accuracy with the proposed method is generally above 90% for the state transition cases. View Full-Text
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Jia, S.; Yuan, Q.; Ren, D.; Lv, J. Energy Demand Modeling Methodology of Key State Transitions of Turning Processes. Energies 2017, 10, 462.
Jia S, Yuan Q, Ren D, Lv J. Energy Demand Modeling Methodology of Key State Transitions of Turning Processes. Energies. 2017; 10(4):462.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jia, Shun; Yuan, Qinghe; Ren, Dawei; Lv, Jingxiang. 2017. "Energy Demand Modeling Methodology of Key State Transitions of Turning Processes." Energies 10, no. 4: 462.
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