Active chatter control in orthogonal cutting

Ziv Brand, Arnon Lewinstein, Nissim Levi, Itay Shafir, Lior Belapolsky, Lidor Kirshner, Shai Arogeti

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Turning-machining is an important manufacturing process, widely used in industry. The dynamic interaction between the tool and the workpiece may cause regenerative chatter, that is associated with poor surface finish, reduced product quality and low productivity. The demand for accuracy motivates
development of active vibration control methods based on realistic dynamic models of the turning process. This study investigates the performance of a novel active robust control law for chatter attenuation that is based on an extended dynamical model of the chatter regenerative process. The extended model describes an external turning process, and includes the influence of the workpiece elasticity and the actuator finite bandwidth.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages3
StatePublished - 2018
EventThe 35th Israeli Conference on Mechanical Engineering – ICME 2018
- Beer Sheva, Israel
Duration: 9 Oct 201810 Oct 2018


ConferenceThe 35th Israeli Conference on Mechanical Engineering – ICME 2018
CityBeer Sheva


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