In-Process Monitoring of Cutting Conditions and Tool Wear Using Acoustic Emission
The increase of productivity in manufacturing processes largely relies on the successful introduction of flexible automation In machining processes. Such success, in turn, is largely based on the availability of data on the operating conditions, provided by reliable sensing devices.
KeywordsFeed Rate Acoustic Emission Tool Wear Flank Wear Acoustic Emission Signal
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