A brief review: acoustic emission method for tool wear monitoring during turning

@article{Li2002ABR,
  title={A brief review: acoustic emission method for tool wear monitoring during turning},
  author={Xiaoli Li},
  journal={International Journal of Machine Tools \& Manufacture},
  year={2002},
  volume={42},
  pages={157-165}
}
  • Xiaoli Li
  • Published 2002
  • Engineering
  • International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture
Abstract Research during the past several years has established the effectiveness of acoustic emission (AE)-based sensing methodologies for machine condition analysis and process monitoring. AE has been proposed and evaluated for a variety of sensing tasks as well as for use as a technique for quantitative studies of manufacturing processes. This paper reviews briefly the research on AE sensing of tool wear condition in turning. The main contents included are: 1. The AE generation in metal… 

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