Analytical prediction of stability limit in turning operations
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Özlü, Emre and Budak, Erhan (2006) Analytical prediction of stability limit in turning operations. In: CIRP International Workshop on Modeling of Machining Operations, Bled, Slovenia
Unstable cutting due to chatter vibrations is one of the most important problems during metal cutting operations. Chatter can be a limitation for productivity and surface quality in turning operations, especially when long and slender tools and parts are involved. In this study, an analytical stability method for turning process is presented. The model takes the cutting geometry into consideration, and proposes a new solution procedure for the dynamic chip thickness at the insert nose. The analytically calculated absolute stable depth of cuts are compared with the chatter test results, and a good agreement is observed.
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