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Title: Optimization of hole generation in Ti/CFRP stacks
Authors: Ivanov, Y. N.
Pashkov, A. E.
Chashhin, N. S.
Keywords: поверхности; резка; сверление; производственные процессы; качество; дисперсионный анализ
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Citation: Ivanov Y. N. Optimization of hole generation in Ti/CFRP stacks / Y. N. Ivanov, A. E. Pashkov, N. S. Chashhin // IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. — Bristol : IOP Publishing, 2018. — Vol. 327 : Mechanical Engineering, Automation and Control Systems (MEACS 2017) : International Conference, 4–6 December 2017, Tomsk, Russian Federation : [proceedings]. — [042043, 11 p.].
Abstract: The article aims to describe methods for improving the surface quality and hole accuracy in Ti/CFRP stacks by optimizing cutting methods and drill geometry. The research is based on the fundamentals of machine building, theory of probability, mathematical statistics, and experiment planning and manufacturing process optimization theories. Statistical processing of experiment data was carried out by means of Statistica 6 and Microsoft Excel 2010. Surface geometry in Ti stacks was analyzed using a Taylor Hobson Form Talysurf i200 Series Profilometer, and in CFRP stacks - using a Bruker ContourGT-K1 Optical Microscope. Hole shapes and sizes were analyzed using a Carl Zeiss CONTURA G2 Measuring machine, temperatures in cutting zones were recorded with a FLIR SC7000 Series Infrared Camera. Models of multivariate analysis of variance were developed. They show effects of drilling modes on surface quality and accuracy of holes in Ti/CFRP stacks. The task of multicriteria drilling process optimization was solved. Optimal cutting technologies which improve performance were developed. Methods for assessing thermal tool and material expansion effects on the accuracy of holes in Ti/CFRP/Ti stacks were developed.
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