A Review on use of Damping Materials to Reduce Vibrations during Turning in Lathe Machine IJTSRD
Vibration in metal cutting is familiar to every machine tool operator. This phenomenon is recognized in operations such as internal turning, threading, grooving, milling, boring and drilling, to which there are several reasons why this problem occurs. Some are related to the machine tool itself, to the clamping of the tool, the length and diameter of the tool holder and the cutting data to be used. More of this will be discussed later. There will be several different actions to consider when solving this problem. Reducing the process parameters is one such consideration, however, this could have a negative effect on productivity. Our focus, therefore, will be easy hands on recommendations for productive solutions and easy to use products. This strategy will be emphasized throughout this guide, which will also contain useful information relating to the tool holder e.g. clamping methods, extensions and the types of inserts that can be used. The aim, with this paper on hand, is to study the role packing materials below the tool shank in reducing vibrations produced during turning process. The paper studies and reviews various techniques proposed for vibration reduction and further proposes a methodology to carry out an experiment in this regard.
By Mr. Taware Sachin B. | Prof. Mundhe Vyankatesh L.”A Review on use of Damping Materials to Reduce Vibrations during Turning in Lathe Machine”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017,
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