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A New Method for Roundness Control in Taper Turning Using FCC Techniques

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Eric H. K. Fung, S. M. Yang

Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong

J. Manuf. Sci. Eng 123(4), 567-575 (Sep 01, 2000) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1372196 History: Received June 01, 1999; Revised September 01, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Radial error motions measurement
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Experimental setup for spindle error motions measurement. (Sensors P4−P6 are not shown.)
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(a) Roundness measurement results under no-cutting condition at three spindle speeds—60, 90, 120 rpm (b) Roundness measurement results under cutting condition at three spindle speeds—60, 90, 120 rpm (c) Comparison of roundness measurement results under cutting and no-cutting conditions (d) Flatness measurement results under no-cutting condition at three spindle speeds—60, 90, 120 rpm (e) flatness measurement results under cutting condition at three spindle speeds—60, 90, 120 rpm (f) Comparison of flatness measurement results under cutting and no-cutting conditions
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Workpiece roundness with and without FCC (Plots A–F: without FCC; Plots G–L: with FCC using ARMA(2,1) and forgetting factor=0.9)
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(a) Spindle error motion in radial direction (b) Spindle error motion in longitudinal direction
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Face error motions measurement
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Spindle error motions measurement (Proximity sensors P1−P4 are used to measure the axial runouts of the master. Proximity sensors P4−P7 are used to measure the radial runouts of the master. Angular positions ϕ23 are used to define the sensor configuration.)

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