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Thesis etd-10202023-103625


Thesis type
Tesi di dottorato di ricerca
Author
MORELLI, LORENZO
URN
etd-10202023-103625
Thesis title
Modelling and toolpath generation strategies for zero-defect peripheral milling
Academic discipline
ING-IND/16
Course of study
SMART INDUSTRY
Supervisors
tutor Prof. Campatelli, Gianni
relatore Prof. Grossi, Niccolò
Keywords
  • Milling
  • Surface errors
  • Toolpath
  • Vibrations
Graduation session start date
27/10/2023
Availability
Withheld
Release date
27/10/2063
Summary
Peripheral milling is one of the most used technologies in the mechanical industry thanks to its accuracy and versatility. Nonetheless these redeeming qualities may be compromised in cutting operations where the flexibility of both the tool and the workpiece is relevant. In such conditions the tool/workpiece flexibility may cause static deflections or vibrations leading to inacceptable surface errors. Due to the complexity of these mechanisms, the most suitable approach to deal with surface errors is the use of virtual predictive techniques. This thesis presents models and approaches aiming at ensuring the required accuracy on machined components when the tool/workpiece flexibility is limiting the process performances, fitting Industry 4.0 paradigm.
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