Optimization of Cutting Conditions for Single Pass Turning Operations Using a Deterministic Approach

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An optimization analysis, strategy and CAM software for the selection of economic cutting conditions in single pass turning operations are presented using a deterministic approach. The optimization is based on criteria typified by the maximum production rate and includes a host of practical constraints. It is shown that the deterministic optimization approach involving mathematical analyses of constrained economic trends and graphical representation on the feed-speed domain provides a clearly defined strategy that not only provides a unique global optimum solution, but also the software that is suitable for on-line CAM applications. A numerical study has verified the developed optimization strategies and software and shown the economic benefits of using optimization
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Wang, Jun
Kuriyagawa, T
Wei, X.P.
Guo, D..
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2002
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UNSW Faculty
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