In-Process Size and Roundness Measuring System for the Adaptive Control of Cylindrical Grinding
The accuracy of in-process size and roundness measurement is of utmost importance for improving component quality in adaptively controlled grinding.
A combined in-process size and roundness sensor has been developed for the adaptive control of cylindrical grinding. This sensor has been designed using dynamic response analysis of the sensor-workpiece system, and has high in-process measuring accuracy.
An in-process size and roundness measuring system based on this sensor has been developed and forms part of a modular adaptive control system for plunge grinding, and is also used for the adaptive control of traverse grinding. The mathematical models of cylindrical grinding, the time-optimum adaptive control strategy and the strategy for compensation of deflection in traverse grinding, are also introduced with some experimental results.
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