Analysis of the twist of ruled surfaces. Application to strip machining.

Abstract : Flank milling of ruled surfaces is commonly applied to obtain rotating machine parts as defined using ruled surfaces. To this purpose, a wide range of positioning strategies had been studied to reduce interference between the cutting tool and the surface. Indeed, modelled ruled surfaces are non-developable meaning that they cannot be machined without interference. In order to minimise such interference, the positioning strategies studied tend to become increasingly complex, involving software programming using a dedicated language. To simplify matters and apply developed methods using standard software applications, it is proposed here to reduce interference by breaking the machined surface down into a number of sub-surfaces. The aim with this decomposition is to reduce the twist on each portion. A study of the global twist is presented showing nonlinearity with the length of the rule so that cutting methods can be demonstrated. [Received 28 November 2016; Revised 18 April 2017; Accepted 26 June 2017]
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Johanna Senatore, Frederic Monies, Walter Rubio, Laurent Tapie, Bernardin Mawussi. Analysis of the twist of ruled surfaces. Application to strip machining.. International Journal of Manufacturing Research, Inderscience, 2018, 13 (1), pp.26--48. ⟨10.1504/IJMR.2018.10008390⟩. ⟨hal-01940476⟩

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