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A study on the simulation for chatter vibration stability improvement of end milling process
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 Title & Authors
A study on the simulation for chatter vibration stability improvement of end milling process
Hwang, Joon; Lee, Won-Kuk;
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 Abstract
End milling process is one of the broadly used manufacturing process for precision machined parts and products. Machining performance is often limited by chatter vibration at the tool-workpiece interface. Chatter vibration is a type of machining self-excited vibration which originated from the variation in cutting forces and the flexibility of the machine tool structure. Even though lots of cutting tooling methods are developed and used in machining process, precise analysis of cutting tooling effect in view of chatter vibration behavior. This study presents numerical and experimental approaches to verify and effects of various cutting parameters to affect to chatter vibration stability. Acquired knowledge from this study will apply the optimal cutting conditions to improve a machining process.
 Keywords
Chatter vibration stability;End milling process;Numerical analysis and experimental approaches;
 Language
Korean
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