Cutting parameters analysis for the development of a milling process monitoring system based on audible energy sound

@article{Rubio2008CuttingPA,
  title={Cutting parameters analysis for the development of a milling process monitoring system based on audible energy sound},
  author={Eva Mar{\'i}a Rubio and Roberto Teti},
  journal={Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing},
  year={2008},
  volume={20},
  pages={43-54}
}
  • Eva María Rubio, Roberto Teti
  • Published in J. Intelligent Manufacturing 2008
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Monitoring of machining processes is a critical requirement in the implementation of any unmanned operation in a shop floor and, particularly, in the establishment of Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS) and Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) where most of the operations are carried out in an automated way. During the last years, notable efforts have been made to develop reliable and robust monitoring systems based on different types of sensors such as cutting force and torque, motor… CONTINUE READING

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