Intelligent tool wear estimation system through artificial neural networks and fuzzy modeling

  title={Intelligent tool wear estimation system through artificial neural networks and fuzzy modeling},
  author={R. J. Kuo and P. H. Cohen},
  journal={AI in Engineering},
In the metal cutting process, tool wear results in a loss in dimensional accuracy of the finished product and possible damage to the workpiece. It is very critical to estimate the amount of tool wear during cutting. Thus, this paper proposed an on-line estimation system which consists of data acquisition, feature extraction, pattern recognition and multi-sensor integration for tool flank wear. In multi-sensor integration, a proposed model, self-organizing and self-adjusting fuzzy model, is… CONTINUE READING
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