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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2010, Volume 47, Issue 2,





Mihaiela ILIESCU, Luigi VLADAREANU, Paulina SPANU Modelling and Controlling of Machining Forces when Milling Polymeric Composites


Abstract:
Polymeric matrix composite materials are used when high characteristics are needed, good resistance under severe working conditions and low specific weight. Implementing polymeric matrix composite materials, specially, glass reinforced ones, resulted in the substituting of classical materials, whose quantities are more, and more, limited. Composite material products can be obtained to their final shape when manufacturing or, when necessary, can be submitted to further machining processes. Polymeric matrix composite materials can be conventionally machined (cutting, turning, drilling, milling or broaching) or / and non-conventionally machined (laser, ultrasound, etc.). Researches on milling machinability of glass fibers reinforced polymeric composites are at their very beginning, in our country, this paper pointing out some important aspects of research on cutting forces in cylindrical-face milling. There is also presented a data measuring, acquisition and processing system for the experimental model, as well as a real time control scheme designed to determine the measuring errors. Keywords: polymeric matrix, glass fibers, milling, cutting forces, automation system



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