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OOP - Optimisation of machining processes - 2341025

  • Course language(s): Czech
  • Keywords: cutting tools; economy; costs; optimum cutting conditions; optimisation; monitoring; adaptive controll
  • KOS component course information

 

Study

Study programme

Range

Termination

Type

Credits

Semester

Branchs

Academic year: 2016/17
1 master
full-time
Mechanical engineering  2+1 a,ex OE 4 4 Production and Materials Engineering
2 master
part-time
Mechanical engineering  10/8 a,ex OE 4 4 Production and Materials Engineering
Academic year: 2017/18
11 master
full-time
Mechanical engineering  2+1 a,ex OE 4 4 Production and Materials Engineering
12 master
part-time
Mechanical engineering  10/8 a,ex OE 4 4 Production and Materials Engineering
13 master
full-time
Mechanical engineering  2+1 a,ex OE 4 2 Enterprise Management and Economics
14 master
part-time
Mechanical engineering  10/8 a,ex OE 4 2 Enterprise Management and Economics
supervisor(s) prof. Ing. Jan Mádl, CSc.
lecturer(s) prof. Ing. Jan Mádl, CSc.
practicer(s) prof. Ing. Jan Mádl, CSc.
examiner(s) prof. Ing. Jan Mádl, CSc.

Synopsis

Economy of machining, machining costs. Importance of the optimisation of machining (cutting) processes. Trends in the development of cutting tools. Cutting tools optimisation. Variants in the optimisation of cutting conditions and tools life, single path optimisation, more complicated optimisations. Criteria for optimisations, restrictive conditions and their mathematical formulations. Possible solution regions. Step by step procedure for the optimisation of machining processes. Complex optimisation procedures. Optimum tool life. Optimisation SW. Stochastics of machining processes. Optimisation data. Optimisation with monitoring and adaptive control of machining processes.

Goals of study

To know principles of the optimisation of cutting conditions and tool lifes from the point of view of minimum costs.

Course curriculum

  1. Economy of machining, machining costs. Importance of the optimisation of machining (cutting) processes. The use of computers.
  2. Trends in the development of cutting tools. Cutting tools optimisation.
  3. Variants in the optimisation of cutting conditions and tools life, single path optimisation.
  4. More complicated optimisations.
  5. Criteria for optimisations and their mathematical formulations - criterion of minimum machining costs.
  6. Criteria for optimisations and their mathematical formulations - criterion of maximum productivity and maximum material reduction.
  7. Restrictive conditions and their mathematical formulations.
  8. Restrictive conditions and their mathematical formulations - continuation.
  9. Possible solution regions.
  10. Optimum tool life. Step by step procedure for the optimisation of machining processes.
  11. Complex optimisation procedures.
  12. Optimisation data. Optimisation SW.
  13. Stochastics of machining processes. Optimisation with monitoring and adaptive control of machining processes.

Training course curriculum

  1. Calculation of cutting power and number of revolutions in high speed cutting with advanced cutting tools.
  2. Restrictive conditions formulations.
  3. Optimum cutting conditions calculation in variants.
  4. Optimum cutting conditions calculation in variants.
  5. Machining costs calculation.
  6. Algorithmisations of optimisation procedures.

Literature

  • Mádl, J., Kvasnička, I.: Optimalizace obráběcího procesu, ČVUT monografie, 1999, Praha ()


Script editor: Ing. Pavel Novák, Ph.D. (p.novak@fs.cvut.cz)
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