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Type: Artigo
Title: A Probabilistic Neural Network Applied In Monitoring Tool Wear In The End Milling Operation Via Acoustic Emission And Cutting Power Signals
Author: Lopes da Silva
Rodrigo Henriques; da Silva
Marcio Bacci; Hassui
Amauri
Abstract: Tool condition monitoring, which is very important in machining, has improved over the past 20years. Several process variables that are active in the cutting region, such as cutting forces, vibrations, acoustic emission (AE), noise, temperature, and surface finish, are influenced by the state of the cutting tool and the conditions of the material removal process. However, controlling these process variables to ensure adequate responses, particularly on an individual basis, is a highly complex task. The combination of AE and cutting power signals serves to indicate the improved response. In this study, a new parameter based on AE signal energy (frequency range between 100 and 300kHz) was introduced to improve response. Tool wear in end milling was measured in each step, based on cutting power and AE signals. The wear conditions were then classified as good or bad, the signal parameters were extracted, and the probabilistic neural network was applied. The mean and skewness of cutting power and the root mean square of the power spectral density of AE showed sensitivity and were applied with about 91% accuracy. The combination of cutting power and AE with the signal energy parameter can definitely be applied in a tool wear-monitoring system.
Subject: Acoustic Emission
Cutting Power
End Milling
Neural Network
Sensor Fusion
Tool Wear Monitoring
Editor: Taylor & Francis Inc
Philadelphia
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1080/10910344.2016.1191026
Address: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10910344.2016.1191026?journalCode=lmst20
Date Issue: 2016
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