Process Monitoring and Control of Machining Operations
Machining operations (e.g., drilling, milling) are shape transformation processes in which metal is removed from a stock of material to produce a part. The objective of these operations is to produce parts with specified quality as productively as possible. Many phenomena that are detrimental to this objective occur naturally in machining operations. In this chapter, we present techniques for monitoring and controlling the process phenomena that arise due to the interaction of the cutting tool and the workpiece (e.g., force generation, chatter, tool failure, chip formation).
R. G. Landers et al., "Process Monitoring and Control of Machining Operations," The Mechanical Systems Design Handbook: Modeling, Measurement, and Control, pp. 85-103, CRC Press, Dec 2001.
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