A Study on the Vibration Reduction in Manufacturing the Deep Groove Holes with the Tool Holders and Sleeves using Design of Experiment (DOE)
Chae-sil. Kim1, Jae-min. Kim2, Chang-min. Keum3, Min-jae. Shin4
1Chae-sil. Kim, Changwon National University Department of Mechanical Engineering, KOREA.
2Jae-min. Kim, Changwon National University Department of Mechanical Engineering, KOREA.
3Chang-min. Keum, Changwon National University Department of Mechanical Engineering, KOREA.
4Min-jae. Shin, Vibration Durability Research Center (VIDEC) at Changwon National University, KOREA.
Manuscript received on 13 August 2016 | Revised Manuscript received on 20 August 2016 | Manuscript Published on 30 August 2016 | PP: 56-59 | Volume-5 Issue-6, August 2016 | Retrieval Number: F4669085616/16©BEIESP
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Abstract: Deep hole drilling is a machining process with a high ratio of length to diameter (L / D). If the depth is greater than the diameter, vibration frequently occurs at the end portion of the cutting tool resulting in a product with defective hole surface and size. To solve this problem, dampened bars are installed to absorb vibration. Depending on their length, the dampened bars can lower process efficiency. Instead, a mill turret developed with a holder and sleeve could enhance quality and improve productivity while reducing vibration. In this study, an optimized model of a mill turret holder and sleeve was developed to reduce vibration and replace the dampened bar. To optimize the design parameters, a Design of Experiment (DOE) was used. A finite element analysis was performed using ANSYS. Using Modal analysis and Harmonic analysis, the control factors affecting stress and displacement were examined using a derived signal to noise (S/N) ratio.
Keywords: Taguchi Method, Mill Turret Tool Holder, Modal Analysis, Harmonic Analysis
Scope of the Article: Manufacturing Processes