FRICTION ANALYSIS IN CASE OF THE CARRIAGE- FEED SHAFT CINEMATIC COUPLING AT CNC LATHE
The paper presents a mathematical model for analysis of friction between the tool bearing saddle and conductor at CNC lathe. The analysis of longitudinal advance movement laws is performed taking into account the appearance and development of disturbing harmonic forces created by auto-vibrations determined by the interaction between the partial elastic systems of tool and workpiece. The friction force is emphasized as product of two components depending on the sliding speed and on the normal disturbing force. By establishing the dynamic response of the system, when the normal force depends linearly on speed, acceleration and mobile ensemble position, the premises are created for stability analysis of the friction movement, obtaining the limit speeds under which the stick-slip phenomenon occurs. Thus, it is provided for a rational design of CNC lathe elastic structure, in order to improve the surface quality and the dimensional precision.
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