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“…As illustrated in Fig. 7(b), the chatter chart has 5 and 3.5 frequency lobes in the spindle speed interval [8,10] krpm and [11,12] krpm in milling process without cutter run-out.Whereas, when the chatter chart has 10.5 and 6.5 frequency lobeswith run-out. Figure 7(c) shows the critical characteristic values of five unstable machining points and their positions on the unit circle.…”
Section: Example Ii: Experiments Verificationmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…As illustrated in Fig. 7(b), the chatter chart has 5 and 3.5 frequency lobes in the spindle speed interval [8,10] krpm and [11,12] krpm in milling process without cutter run-out.Whereas, when the chatter chart has 10.5 and 6.5 frequency lobeswith run-out. Figure 7(c) shows the critical characteristic values of five unstable machining points and their positions on the unit circle.…”
Section: Example Ii: Experiments Verificationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…When the cutter run-out exists or the pitch angle of the cutter is non-uniform, the chatter vibration is induced by multiple, not single, regenerative effect. The first accurate model of self-excited chatter vibrations was presented by Tlusty and Polacek [10] and Tobias [11]. They found that the main source of chatter vibration is self-excited or regenerative effect.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Since the pioneering work of Tobias [1] and Tlusty [2] in the 1950s and 1960s, the so-called regenerative effect has become the most commonly accepted explanation for machine tool chatter. The vibrations of the tool are copied onto the surface of the workpiece, which modifies the chip thickness and induces variation in the cutting-force one revolution later.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Over the last hundred years, research on this problem have produced many analytical theories. Among these theories, regenerative chatter and mode coupling were identified as the principle theories by Tobias [1] and Tlusty [2]. Merritt [3] presented an elegant stability theory for orthogonal turning using system theory terminology.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%