A stability analysis of turning a tailstock supported flexible work-piece

  title={A stability analysis of turning a tailstock supported flexible work-piece},
  author={Cha'o-Kuang Chen and Y. M. Tsao},
This paper proposes a new approach to analyze the stability of a cutting process. Previously, most studies have generally assumed the work-piece to be rigid and have, therefore, ignored work-piece deformation. In analyzing, the stability of the cutting process, these studies simply considered the dynamic equation of the tool. However, in practice, the work-piece undergoes deformation as a result of the application of an external force by the cutting tool. This deformation changes the chip… CONTINUE READING

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