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Application of the stability lobes theory to milling of thin workpieces, experimental approach

Arnaud, Lionel and Dessein, Gilles Application of the stability lobes theory to milling of thin workpieces, experimental approach. (2003) In: Recent Advances in Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering. Kluwer academic publishers, pp. 271-280. ISBN 978140201163

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Abstract

The optimisation of cutting conditions in High Speed Machining (HSM) requires the use of a vibratory approach in order to avoid a fast deterioration of the tool and of the spindle, as well as a loss of quality of the surface rough- ness. We suggest a transposition of the method of stability lobes to the case of the milling thin parts, which is very typical from the aeronautical manufacturing context. After having modelled the dynamic behaviour of a blade and of the cutting efforts in side milling, we describe the zones of machining instability. An experimental validation permits us to emphasise the transition from stability to instability, in accordance to our theoretical results. The experimental profile is then compared with a computed profile. A decomposition of the different situations of contact between the tool and the part permits to show the influence of back cutting in the model. Tests of machining permit then to quantify its role. The objective of these works is the definition of a quick methodology for deter- mining the optimal cutting conditions in a given industrial machining configuration.

Item Type:Book Section
Audience (journal):International peer-reviewed journal
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Institution: Université de Toulouse > Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse - INPT
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Laboratoire Génie de Production - LGP (Tarbes, France) - Mécanique des Matériaux des Structures et Procédés
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Deposited By: Lionel Arnaud
Deposited On:05 Dec 2012 14:00

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