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An analytical model of grinding force based on time-varying dynamic behavior

Abstract

This paper presents a time-domain force analytical model of cylindrical grinding process, which focuses on the time-varying dynamic behaviors caused by unstable machining process. This model analyzes the dynamic behaviors between the wheel and workpiece as the contact length and the maximum undeformed chip thickness change. It contains the grinding force affected by spindle run-out and vibration and especially focuses on the variation of grinding force which is affected by grinding parameters. In order to ensure the accuracy and computational efficiency of this model, the on-line detection results of grinding process have been adopted into the force analytical model. Through this model, explanations of different grinding parameter combinations are provided for grinding mechanism observed from the simulated results. Therefore, this model is validated by comparing the simulated results with the experimental results.

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ma, Y., yang, J., li, B. et al. An analytical model of grinding force based on time-varying dynamic behavior. Int J Adv Manuf Technol 89, 2883–2891 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00170-016-9751-5

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Keywords

  • Analysis model
  • High-speed grinding
  • The grinding force
  • The dynamic performance of the grinding process system
  • Process optimization