Tool Wear Detection Based on Duffing-Holmes Oscillator
注意：本論文已在《Mathematical Problems in Engineering》2008:1–15發表
Abstract：The cutting sound in the audible range includes plenty of tool wear information. The sound is sampled by the acoustic emission (AE) sensor as a short-time sequence, then worn wear can be detected by the Duffing-Holmes oscillator. A novel engineering method is proposed for determining the chaotic threshold of the Duffing-Holmes oscillator. First, a rough threshold value is calculated by local Lyapunov exponents with a step size 0.1. Second, the exact threshold value is calculated by the Duffing-Holmes system in terms of the law of the golden section. The advantage of the method is low computation cost. The feasibility for tool condition detection is demonstrated by the 27 kinds of cutting conditions with sharp tool and worn tool in turning experiments. The 54 group data sampled as noisy are embedded into the Duffing-Holmes oscillator, respectively. Finally, one chaotic threshold is determined conveniently which can distinguish between worn tool or sharp tool.
返回首頁 | CIMS論文 | 并行工程 | 虛擬制造 | 敏捷制造 | 其他論文 | 項目開發 | 學術資源 | 站內全文搜索 | 免費論文網站大全 |