Ciro A. Rodríguez

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This work at ®rst look discusses the in¯uence of the tool path strategy on the cycle time of high-speed milling operations. Experiments and predictions were focused on pocketing operations with a zigzag tool path, quantifying the signi®cant discrepancy between the programmed feed rate and the actual average feed rate. A mechanistic approach for cycle time(More)
The health status evolving from normal to broken condition of wear tool are needed as an object of assessment in condition-based maintenance (CBM). This paper proposes a continuous Hidden Markov Models (CHMM) to assess the status of the wear tool online based on the normal dataset in the same case. A wavelet-packets technology is used to feature extraction(More)
Economic globalization, together with heightened market competition and increasingly short product life cycles are motivating companies to use advanced manufacturing technologies. Use of high speed machining is increasingly widespread; however, as the technology is relatively new, it lacks a deep-rooted knowledge base which would facilitate implementation.(More)
  • Elisa Vázqueza, Joaquim Ciuranaa, Ciro A. Rodríguezb, Thanongsak Thepsonthic, Tugrul Özelc, Elisa Vázquez +4 others
  • 2011
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In this paper we have modified an existing material model introduced by Cantournet and co-workers to take into account softening and residual strain effects observed in polymeric materials reinforced with carbon nanotubes when subjected to loading and unloading cycles. In order to assess the accuracy of the modified material model, we have compared(More)
— The successful performance of machining centers involves selection, control and monitoring of a large number of parameters. Cutting tool condition is one of the most important variables due to the strong influence on dimensional accuracy and surface finish of the product. However, the cutting tool condition is difficult to measure online. A new proposal(More)
This work explores the viability of 3D printed intervertebral lumbar cages based on biocompatible polycarbonate (PC-ISO® material). Several design concepts are proposed for the generation of patient-specific intervertebral lumbar cages. The 3D printed material achieved compressive yield strength of 55 MPa under a specific combination of manufacturing(More)