Analytical and FE Identification of lowest natural frequency of a ball-screw drive in beaver machine

Qiang Xu, Derek Ford

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Abstract

The quest for higher machine accuracy demands high dynamic rigidity, which requires a good understanding and control of vibration in machining. Such vibration is complex and can be excited by either cutting or feeding.

This paper reports an investigation involving the identification of the possible source and mode of a lower natural frequency (35 Hz) of the Y-axis ball-screw drive of a Beaver VC35 Milling Machine by analytical and finite element methods [1]. It contributes not only to the knowledge of how the ball-screw vibrates laterally, but also, conceptually, to the need for its inclusion in the interaction between the control and the mechanical structure. It also demonstrates the application of FE vibrational analysis to machine tools.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in Manufacturing Technology XVI : NCMR 2002
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings of the Eighteenth National Conference on Manufacturing Research
EditorsKai Cheng, David Webb
PublisherJohn Wiley and Sons Ltd.
Pages247-251
Number of pages5
ISBN (Print)9781860583780
Publication statusPublished - 30 Sep 2002
Event18th National Conference on Manufacturing Research: Advances in Manufacturing Technology XVI - Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds, United Kingdom
Duration: 10 Sep 200212 Sep 2002
Conference number: 18
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Conference18th National Conference on Manufacturing Research
Abbreviated titleNCMR 2002
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLeeds
Period10/09/0212/09/02
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Ball screws
Natural frequencies
Milling machines
Machine tools
Rigidity
Machining
Finite element method
Rodentia

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Xu, Q., & Ford, D. (2002). Analytical and FE Identification of lowest natural frequency of a ball-screw drive in beaver machine. In K. Cheng, & D. Webb (Eds.), Advances in Manufacturing Technology XVI : NCMR 2002: Proceedings of the Eighteenth National Conference on Manufacturing Research (pp. 247-251). John Wiley and Sons Ltd..
Xu, Qiang ; Ford, Derek. / Analytical and FE Identification of lowest natural frequency of a ball-screw drive in beaver machine. Advances in Manufacturing Technology XVI : NCMR 2002: Proceedings of the Eighteenth National Conference on Manufacturing Research. editor / Kai Cheng ; David Webb. John Wiley and Sons Ltd., 2002. pp. 247-251
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Xu, Q & Ford, D 2002, Analytical and FE Identification of lowest natural frequency of a ball-screw drive in beaver machine. in K Cheng & D Webb (eds), Advances in Manufacturing Technology XVI : NCMR 2002: Proceedings of the Eighteenth National Conference on Manufacturing Research. John Wiley and Sons Ltd., pp. 247-251, 18th National Conference on Manufacturing Research, Leeds, United Kingdom, 10/09/02.

Analytical and FE Identification of lowest natural frequency of a ball-screw drive in beaver machine. / Xu, Qiang; Ford, Derek.

Advances in Manufacturing Technology XVI : NCMR 2002: Proceedings of the Eighteenth National Conference on Manufacturing Research. ed. / Kai Cheng; David Webb. John Wiley and Sons Ltd., 2002. p. 247-251.

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