Automatic Control System for Bodies of Revolution Processing
Oleg I. Drachev, Boris M. Gorshkov, Natalia S. Samokhinadownload PDF
Abstract. This research is related to metalworking processing of bodies of revolution with the help of universal lathe machines. The technology includes the application of two types of vibrations to the working tool and the processed surface error measurement. To increase the manufacturing accuracy, the workpiece processed surface error is measured while a workpiece is being rotated; this rotation is performed with the workpiece being rigidly fixed in end supports and at the same time being damped in the sections between these supports. Furthermore, the parameters of vibrations applied to the tool working travel are defined by the workpiece form error and the nature of distribution of stresses that appear when the workpiece is fixed; the nature of the workpiece processed surface form error is extrapolated from the data obtained in the workpiece sections between the supports. Before manufacturing, the workpiece is corrected while being fixed in rigid supports, and the correction itself is performed as the function of magnitude and vector of the workpiece maximum deflection plane. The workpiece may be fixed in rigid supports; steady rests with double rollers may be used as such supports. The workpiece dampening in its sections between end supports may be performed using self-centering steady rests.
Metalworking Processing of Bodies, Self-Centering Steady Rests, Automatic Control System, Manufacturing Non-Rigid Shaft-Type Parts, Level of Residual Stresses
Published online 1/5/2022, 7 pages
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Citation: Oleg I. Drachev, Boris M. Gorshkov, Natalia S. Samokhina, Automatic Control System for Bodies of Revolution Processing, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 310-316, 2022
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