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Results of modeling acoustic emission energy during the change of composite materialmachining speed for a prevailing mechanical destruction he surface layer are observed. It is shown thatincreasing of composite material machining speed leads to increase of acoustic emission signal averagelevel energy and its deviation. Statistical energy parameters of acoustic emission signals for differentcomposite material machining speed are determined


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


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