“Machine Tool Vibrations and Cutting Dynamics” covers the fundamentals of cutting dynamics from the perspective of discontinuous systems theory. It shows the reader how to use coupling, interaction, and different cutting states to mitigate machining instability and enable better machine tool design. Among the topics discussed are; underlying dynamics of cutting and interruptions in cutting motions; the operation of the machine-tool systems over a broad range of operating conditions with minimal vibration and the need for high precision, high yield micro- and nano-machining.
Author: Brandon C. Gegg
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Technology & Engineering
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