E3S Web Conf.
Volume 279, 2021III International Conference “Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving in Technical Systems” (EEESTS-2021)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Modern Energy Efficient Automation Technology|
|Published online||01 July 2021|
Minimizing tool vibrations when turning metals, as a method of energy-efficient cutting
Don State Technical University, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation
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Taking into account the interrelated vibration dynamics of cutting and the temperature in the cutting zone allows you to determine the most successful state or cutting mode in terms of energy costs. Purpose of the work: by forming a consistent model, determine the most convenient mechanism for the mode of operation of the cutting system, in which the further wear of the cutting wedge will be stabilized, the cutting force will also be stabilized, as well as the temperature in the cutting zone and the vibration of the tool. The paper examines: The process of metal processing by cutting on a lathe for the case of longitudinal turning of the product. Research methods: The research consists of a series of field experiments on real equipment using a modern measuring stand STD. 201-1, as well as using an experimental complex developed by us. Results and discussion. The results of processing experimental data, in particular, the results of measuring cutting forces, temperature and tool vibrations, are presented. The mechanism of stabilization of the processing process due to the relationship between temperature and vibrations during cutting and the formation of a quasi-stationary cutting mode is experimentally proved. It is assumed that due to the practical application of the results obtained in the work, it will be possible to increase the energy efficiency of metal processing by reducing the energy cost of vibration of the cutting wedge.
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