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“…It was postulated that due to this lag effect, some energy is left available in each oscillation to maintain tbe vibration. These ideas were also supported by the work of Tashlickii [10]. However, Smith [11] and later Smith and Tobias [12] suggested that the findings of Doi and Kato on the force phase lag were primarily because of the low frequency of vibration.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…It was postulated that due to this lag effect, some energy is left available in each oscillation to maintain tbe vibration. These ideas were also supported by the work of Tashlickii [10]. However, Smith [11] and later Smith and Tobias [12] suggested that the findings of Doi and Kato on the force phase lag were primarily because of the low frequency of vibration.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Many of the early researchers on chatter had focused on the cutting force and attempted to use cutting force models alone to explain chatter, for example Doi [19]. In later years, experimental results were obtained for the forces arising under oscillating conditions while cutting [20][21][22]. The general consensus is that the improved chatter performance at low speeds is the result of what is known as ''process damping'' or ''penetration rate damping''.…”
Section: Experimental Stability Chartsmentioning
“…In the static force model, axial cutting force, during broaching is acting on the tooth as the product A static analysis calculates the effects of steady loading conditions on a structure, while ignoring inertia and damping effects, such as those caused by time-varying loads. A static analysis can, however, include steady inertia loads (such as gravity and rotational velocity) and time-varying loads that can be approximated as static equivalent loads [21,22].…”
Section: Static Modelmentioning