Acoustic energy at controlled cutting depth of composite material

S. F. Filonenko

Abstract


The simulation of acoustic radiation energy at machining composite material and treating toolwearing for a case of controlled cutting depth is conducted. It is shown, that at controlled cutting depthwearing of the treating tool results in increasing acoustic radiation energy parameters. Is determined,that the increase of acoustic radiation energy average level dispersion advances increase of its averagelevel and standard deviations. It is shown, that the increasing of acoustic radiation energy parametersadvances increasing its amplitude parameters deviation

Keywords


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

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