Volume : VIII, Issue : XI, November - 2019

LOW FREQUENCY VIBRATION TURNING AND ITS DEVELOPMENT: A REVIEW

Dr. Nitin K. Kamble, Pranit P. Deshpande

Abstract :

Low frequency viation Turning is a peripheral energy assisted machining method to improve the material removal process by superimposing high frequency and small amplitude viation on either tool or work piece motion. The servo axes viated in the axial direction and cutting is achieved while synchronizing this viation with the rotation of the spindle. Because “air–cutting” time is provided along with cutting, it is characterized by intermittent removal of chips. It is ideal for cutting difficult–to–cut materials like Inconel, stainless steel and copper. It is state–of–the–art and overwhelms various risks associated with these materials, such as entanglement of chips and built–up edges. Three main problems, lack of awareness of mechanism, establishment of a standard for the choice of certain parameters, application level, still in expertise for low–frequency viation cutting were explored and the development tendency as well as the prospect of low–frequency viation turning in future was foreseen.

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LOW FREQUENCY VIBRATION TURNING AND ITS DEVELOPMENT: A REVIEW, Dr. Nitin K. Kamble, Pranit P. Deshpande PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH : Volume-8 | Issue-11 | November-2019


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