Rotational dynamics of micro-scale cutting tools
Bediz, Bekir and Özdoğanlar, O. Burak (2019) Rotational dynamics of micro-scale cutting tools. Precision Engineering, 60 . pp. 1-11. ISSN 0141-6359 (Print) 1873-2372 (Online)
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.precisioneng.2019.07.004
The dynamics of micro-scale cutting tools used during micromachining is critical to attainable process precision. Forced and self-excited vibration behavior of a micromachining process depend critically on the dynamic response of the microtools. As these micro tools are rotated at very high speeds (40,000 to 250,000 rpm) the rotational effects can play a critical role in their dynamic response. However, their the complex, multi-dimensional, and pre-twisted geometry causes a coupled dynamic response, thereby rendering the prevailing simplified one-dimensional (1D) modeling approaches inaccurate. Towards addressing this modeling challenge, in this work, we present an application of spectral-Tchebychev (ST) method to predict the three-dimensional (3D) coupled dynamics of microtools including the rotational (gyroscopic) effects. To capture the dynamics of the sectioned geometry of microtools efficiently, a unified modeling approach is followed in the modeling, merging 1D-ST models for the sections having circular cross sections, and 3D-ST models for the fluted section, which exhibits coupled three-dimensional motions due to the complex geometry. The presented solution technique is applied to predict and understand the dynamics of rotating micro-endmills and micro-drills. Natural frequencies, mode shapes, and the frequency response functions (FRFs) obtained from the unified 1D/3D-ST model are shown to have an excellent agreement with those from a commercial finite element (FE) software. The unified 1D/3D-ST model is then used to analyze the accuracy and limitations of reduced-order modeling approaches that could be used to model the rotational dynamics of microtools. Finally, the effect of rotational speed on radial throw arising from the rotational dynamics is investigated.
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