Real-Time Simulation of Force Parameters for Diagnostics of Ceramic Tool Condition During Milling of High-Hardness Steel Parts
Moscow State Technological University “STANKIN”, Department of High-Performance Processing, RU-127055, Moscow, Russia
2 Institute of Machine Construction and Operations Engineering, University of Zielona Gora, PL-65-246, Zielona Gora, Poland
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Published online: 9 December 2019
Cutting ceramics is a high-performance tool material for high-speed machining of hard steels and alloys. Ceramic materials have high hardness and heat resistance in a wide range of temperatures, as well as chemical passivity in relation to most of the workpieces. However, the wider application of ceramic cutting tools is limited due to the low reliability - unpredictable fragile fracture of the cutting edge in different periods of operation. The study discusses mathematical simulations of force parameters in the milling of hardened steels using ceramic cutting tools. The simulation results were used to develop a system for the metalworking technological system state diagnostics. Mathematical software for calculations of the set of force parameters through computer simulations with taking into account the tool wear has been developed. The developed system allows calculating and graphically displaying a set of force parameters appearing during face milling of hardened steels in the real-time.
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