Material Dynamic Response During Hydroabrasive Jet Machining (Hajm)
This paper consists of an analysis of the dynamic response of a three dimensional controlled erosion (TDCE) controlled path. The subject has been examined from both the aspect of control systems as well as that of new technology. New criteria have been discussed and analyzed using two control variables - feed rate and nozzle stand-off distance, and allowing only these control variables to change during machining. The influences of disturbances have been estimated and the relative importances of these as well as that of different inputs and outputs have been examined. The representative transmittances for the controlled path have been selected and supported by the analysis of their responses under step inputs.
M. Mazurkiewicz and P. Karlic, "Material Dynamic Response During Hydroabrasive Jet Machining (Hajm)," Proceedings of the Fourth U.S. Water Jet Conference, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Jan 1987.
Fourth US Water Jet Conference.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Water Jet Technology Association
Mining & Excavation Research Institute
Article - Conference proceedings
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