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Influence of material removal on dynamic behavior of thin walled structure in peripheral milling

Abstract : The peripheral milling of thin walled structure generates vibrations of the workpiece, which affect the quality of the machined surface. A reduction of tool life and spindle life is also observed. The stability lobes theory allows us to determine cutting conditions for which the vibrations will not appear. These cutting conditions depend on dynamic properties of the workpiece. Machining is a working process by material removal, so, the dynamic properties will change during the machining. We show in this paper how to integrate in the stability lobes theory this variation of the dynamic properties. These computed results are compared with real experiments.
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Vincent Thévenot, Lionel Arnaud, Gilles Dessein, Gilles Cazenave-Larroche. Influence of material removal on dynamic behavior of thin walled structure in peripheral milling. 7th CIRP International Workshop on Modeling of Machining Operations, ENSAM Cluny, May 2004, Cluny, France. pp. 243-249. ⟨hal-01449170⟩

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