An Approach to the Classification of Cutting Vibration on Machine Tools
AbstractPredictions of cutting vibrations are necessary for improving the operational efficiency, product quality, and safety in the machining process, since the vibration is the main factor for resulting in machine faults. “Cutting vibration” may be caused by setting incorrect parameters before machining is commenced and may affect the precision of the machined work piece. This raises the need to have an effective model that can be used to predict cutting vibrations. In this study, an artificial neural network (ANN) model to forecast and classify the cutting vibration of the intelligent machine tool is presented. The factors that may cause cutting vibrations is firstly identified and a dataset for the research purpose is constructed. Then, the applicability of the model is illustrated. Based on the results in the comparative analysis, the artificial neural network approach performed better than the others. Because the vibration can be forecasted and classified, the product quality can be managed. This work may help new workers to avoid operating machine tools incorrectly, and hence can decrease manufacturing costs. It is expected that this study can enhance the performance of machine tools in metalworking sectors. View Full-Text
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Chen, J.-F.; Lo, S.-K.; Do, Q.H. An Approach to the Classification of Cutting Vibration on Machine Tools. Information 2016, 7, 7.
Chen J-F, Lo S-K, Do QH. An Approach to the Classification of Cutting Vibration on Machine Tools. Information. 2016; 7(1):7.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chen, Jeng-Fung; Lo, Shih-Kuei; Do, Quang H. 2016. "An Approach to the Classification of Cutting Vibration on Machine Tools." Information 7, no. 1: 7.
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