Recurrence Quantification Analysis of System Signals for Detecting Tool and Chatter in Turning

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Recurrence Quantification Analysis of System Signals for Detecting Tool and Chatter in Turning

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dc.contributor.author Rajesh, V G
dc.contributor.author Dr. Narayanan Namboothiri, V N
dc.date.accessioned 2012-03-12T10:26:27Z
dc.date.available 2012-03-12T10:26:27Z
dc.date.issued 2008-01
dc.identifier.uri http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/2812
dc.description Division of Mechanical Engineering,CUSAT en_US
dc.description.abstract In this thesis, the applications of the recurrence quantification analysis in metal cutting operation in a lathe, with specific objective to detect tool wear and chatter, are presented.This study is based on the discovery that process dynamics in a lathe is low dimensional chaotic. It implies that the machine dynamics is controllable using principles of chaos theory. This understanding is to revolutionize the feature extraction methodologies used in condition monitoring systems as conventional linear methods or models are incapable of capturing the critical and strange behaviors associated with the metal cutting process.As sensor based approaches provide an automated and cost effective way to monitor and control, an efficient feature extraction methodology based on nonlinear time series analysis is much more demanding. The task here is more complex when the information has to be deduced solely from sensor signals since traditional methods do not address the issue of how to treat noise present in real-world processes and its non-stationarity. In an effort to get over these two issues to the maximum possible, this thesis adopts the recurrence quantification analysis methodology in the study since this feature extraction technique is found to be robust against noise and stationarity in the signals.The work consists of two different sets of experiments in a lathe; set-I and set-2. The experiment, set-I, study the influence of tool wear on the RQA variables whereas the set-2 is carried out to identify the sensitive RQA variables to machine tool chatter followed by its validation in actual cutting. To obtain the bounds of the spectrum of the significant RQA variable values, in set-i, a fresh tool and a worn tool are used for cutting. The first part of the set-2 experiments uses a stepped shaft in order to create chatter at a known location. And the second part uses a conical section having a uniform taper along the axis for creating chatter to onset at some distance from the smaller end by gradually increasing the depth of cut while keeping the spindle speed and feed rate constant.The study concludes by revealing the dependence of certain RQA variables; percent determinism, percent recurrence and entropy, to tool wear and chatter unambiguously. The performances of the results establish this methodology to be viable for detection of tool wear and chatter in metal cutting operation in a lathe. The key reason is that the dynamics of the system under study have been nonlinear and the recurrence quantification analysis can characterize them adequately.This work establishes that principles and practice of machining can be considerably benefited and advanced from using nonlinear dynamics and chaos theory. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Cochin University of Science and Technology en_US
dc.subject Lathe en_US
dc.subject Recurrence quantification analysis en_US
dc.subject Chatter en_US
dc.subject Turning en_US
dc.subject Nonlinear dynamics en_US
dc.subject Chaos theory en_US
dc.subject Tool wear en_US
dc.subject Mechanical Engineering en_US
dc.title Recurrence Quantification Analysis of System Signals for Detecting Tool and Chatter in Turning en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US


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