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Etude analytique et expérimentale de l’usinage d’un tube mince

Abstract : This work focuses on the study of the dynamic behavior of thin tubes during their machining by turning and gives particular emphasis on the occurrence of regenerative chatter. The study of machining of this type of workpiece is relevant because they are widely used in various industrial fields such as aircraft construction (including engines), shipbuilding, rocket production. As these parts have low rigidity, it is common that undesirable vibrations occur during machining. It is therefore of interest to be able to predict them in order to avoid them.The proposed approach is designed to enable a fast and efficient selection of cutting conditions, including cutting depths for this machining operation. We thus propose to elaborated an analytical model for the dynamics of the tube (thin shell based model using a reduced number of degrees of freedom) to reduce the numerical costs and to facilitate the analysis of the phenomenon. The impact of the size of the model on the results is studied (number of shape functions), as well as the impact of material removal (evolution of the dynamic behavior) and of the motion of the tool. An experiment, presented in this thesis, was also set up in order to validate the approach.
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Artem Gerasimenko. Etude analytique et expérimentale de l’usinage d’un tube mince. Mécanique []. Ecole nationale supérieure d'arts et métiers - ENSAM; Université Technique d'État de Moscou, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016ENAM0076⟩. ⟨tel-01478352⟩



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