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 Title & Authors
Tool Breakage Detection Using Feed Motor Current
Jeong, Young Hun;
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 Abstract
Tool condition monitoring plays one of the most important roles in the improvement of both machining quality and productivity. In this regard, various process signals and monitoring methods have been developed. However, most of the existing studies used cutting force or acoustic emission signals, which posed risks of interference with the machining system in dynamics, fixturing, and machining configuration. In this study, a feed motor current signal is used as a process signal representing process and tool states in tool breakage monitoring based on an adaptive autoregressive model and unsupervised neural network. From the experimental results using various cases of tool breakage, it is shown that the developed system can successfully detect tool breakage before two revolutions of the spindle after tool breakage.
 Keywords
Feed Motor Current;Milling Process;Tool Condition Monitoring;Tool Breakage;
 Language
Korean
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