Abstract

Parallel machine tools (i.e., machine tools capable of cutting a part with multiple tools simultaneously but independently) are being utilized more and more to increase operation productivity, decrease setups, and reduce floor space. Process control is the utilization of real-time process sensor information to automatically adjust process parameters (e.g., feed, spindle speed) to increase operation productivity and quality. To date, however, these two technologies have not been combined. This paper describes the design of an output feedback controller for a parallel turning operation that accounts for the inherent nonlinearities in the force process. An analysis of the process equilibriums explains the system stability behavior for different design specifications and the reverse trajectory method is used to numerically determine the exact stability boundary. Effects of saturation on stability are also analyzed and from this sufficient conditions for global stability are obtained.

Meeting Name

2003 American Control Conference, 2003

Department(s)

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Keywords and Phrases

Closed Loop System; Control Nonlinearities; Cutting; Feedback; Force Control; Global Stability; Machine Tools; Nonlinearity; Operation Productivity; Output Feedback Controller; Parallel Machine Tools; Parallel Turning Operation; Process Control; Process Equilibrium; Real Time Process Sensor Information; Reverse Trajectory Method; Saturation Effects; Stability; Sufficient Conditions; System Stability; Turning (Machining)

International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)

0743-1619

Document Type

Article - Conference proceedings

Document Version

Final Version

File Type

text

Language(s)

English

Rights

© 2003 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), All rights reserved.

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