On Real Time Prediction of Cutting Forces Using ANN

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Due to the increased calls for environmentally benign machining processes, there has been more focus and interest in making processes more lean and agile to enhance efficiency, reduce emissions and increase profitability. One approach to achieving lean machining is to develop a virtual simulation environment that enables fast and reasonably accurate predictions of machining scenarios, process output, and provide access to needed information. This paper investigates the utilization of artificial neural networks (ANNs) to predict the cutting forces resulting from various combinations of cutting parameters and can also provide values for the cutting coefficients usually predicted to calibrate the force models. Predictions are compared to measured experimental results obtained and are shown to be in good agreement
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Cutting Forces, Cutting Coefficients, Artificial Neural Networks, Mechanistic Model, Face Milling

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