Prediction of the Frequency Response Function of a Tool Holder-Tool Assembly Based on Receptance Coupling Method
Regenerative chatter has a fatal influence on machine performance in high-speed milling process. Basically, machine condition without chattering can be selected from the stability lobes diagram, which is estimated from the tool point frequency response function (FRF). However, measurements of the tool point FRF would be a complicated and time-consuming task with less efficiency. Therefore prediction of the tool point FRF is of importance for further calculation of the machining stability. This study employed the receptance coupling analysis method to predict the FRF of a tool holder-tool module, which is normally composed of substructures, tool holder and cutter with different length. In this study, the angular components of FRFs of the substructures required for coupling operation were predicted by finite element analysis, apart from the translational components measured by vibration experiments. Using this method, the effects of the overhang length of the cutter on the dynamic characteristics have been proven and successfully verified by the experimental measurements. The proposed method can be an effective way to accurately predict the dynamic behavior of the spindle tool system with different tool holder-tool modules.
Keywords:frequency response function, receptance coupling analysis method, tool holder-tool module
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