Tool wear monitoring using naïve Bayes classifiers
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A naïve Bayes classifier method for tool condition monitoring is described. End-milling tests were performed at different spindle speeds and the cutting force was measured using a table-mounted dynamometer. The effect of tool wear on force features in the time and frequency domains was evaluated and used for training the classifier. The amount of tool wear was predicted using the naïve Bayes classifier method. Two cases are presented. First, the tool wear is divided into discrete states based on the amount of flank wear and the probability of the tool wear being in any state is updated using force data. Second, a continuous case is considered and the probability density function of the tool flank wear width is updated. The results are discussed.
KeywordsTool condition monitoring Naïve Bayes classifier Flank wear Uncertainty Cutting force
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