SIMULATION OF LEGITIMACIES ACOUSTIC RADIATION ENERGY CHANGE FOR THE CONTROL OF COMPOSITE MACHINING PROCESS

S. F. Filonenko

Abstract


Regularities of acoustic emission energy parameters change during of composite materialsmachining speed increase for the prevailing mechanical destruction its surface layer is observed. Descriptionof the obtained regularities is carried out. It is shown that during composite materials machiningspeed increase a percentage growth of acoustic emission signal energy average level dispersion outstripsa percentage growth of energy average level and its standard deviation

Keywords


Acoustic emission; composite material; resultant signal; model; energy; machining; control; statistical characteristics

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