Core Temperature Measurement in Subtractive Manufacturing Processes

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Abstract

Temperature variation is one of the most important factors that affect the dimensional accuracy and surface integrity of workpieces during machining processes. Several attempts have been made towards estimating machine tool and workpiece temperature. The techniques used generally depend on the type of material and the level of accuracy required. However, none of the existing techniques gives a true representation of the core temperature of the workpiece.
The speed of sound in any material depends on the temperature of the material. This dependence can be used to obtain the temperature of the material, provided that the speed of sound can be obtained. The speed of sound can be obtained using the length of the material and the ultrasonic time of travel through the material. The challenge however arises in developing a cost effective acquisition device that can resolve up to 0.5 °C variation with ± 1 °C accuracy. In order to achieve this goal, simulations were done in MATLAB using the k-wave toolbox to determine the required parameters needed for achieving the stated resolution and accuracy. Sensitivity analysis was conducted and the results show the output of simulation of two viable ultrasonic thermometry methods – the pulse-echo method and the continuous wave method. The results of this study will serve as the input for designing and developing an in-process temperature measurement system for subtractive manufacturing processes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLaser metrology and machine performance XIII
Subtitle of host publication13th International Conference and Exhibition on Laser Metrology, Machine Tool, CMM & Robotic Performance : Lamdamap 2019
EditorsLiam Blunt, Wolfgang Knapp
Pages14-21
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2019
EventLamdamap 13th International Conference & Exhibition - Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), Sheffield, United Kingdom
Duration: 13 Mar 201914 Mar 2019
https://www.euspen.eu/events/lamdamap-2019/

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ConferenceLamdamap 13th International Conference & Exhibition
CountryUnited Kingdom
CitySheffield
Period13/03/1914/03/19
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Temperature measurement
Acoustic wave velocity
Temperature
Ultrasonics
Machine tools
MATLAB
Sensitivity analysis
Machining
Costs

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Olabode, O. F., Fletcher, S., Longstaff, A., & Mian, N. (2019). Core Temperature Measurement in Subtractive Manufacturing Processes. In L. Blunt, & W. Knapp (Eds.), Laser metrology and machine performance XIII: 13th International Conference and Exhibition on Laser Metrology, Machine Tool, CMM & Robotic Performance : Lamdamap 2019 (pp. 14-21)
Olabode, Olaide F ; Fletcher, Simon ; Longstaff, Andrew ; Mian, Naeem. / Core Temperature Measurement in Subtractive Manufacturing Processes. Laser metrology and machine performance XIII: 13th International Conference and Exhibition on Laser Metrology, Machine Tool, CMM & Robotic Performance : Lamdamap 2019. editor / Liam Blunt ; Wolfgang Knapp. 2019. pp. 14-21
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Olabode, OF, Fletcher, S, Longstaff, A & Mian, N 2019, Core Temperature Measurement in Subtractive Manufacturing Processes. in L Blunt & W Knapp (eds), Laser metrology and machine performance XIII: 13th International Conference and Exhibition on Laser Metrology, Machine Tool, CMM & Robotic Performance : Lamdamap 2019. pp. 14-21, Lamdamap 13th International Conference & Exhibition, Sheffield, United Kingdom, 13/03/19.

Core Temperature Measurement in Subtractive Manufacturing Processes. / Olabode, Olaide F; Fletcher, Simon; Longstaff, Andrew; Mian, Naeem.

Laser metrology and machine performance XIII: 13th International Conference and Exhibition on Laser Metrology, Machine Tool, CMM & Robotic Performance : Lamdamap 2019. ed. / Liam Blunt; Wolfgang Knapp. 2019. p. 14-21.

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Olabode OF, Fletcher S, Longstaff A, Mian N. Core Temperature Measurement in Subtractive Manufacturing Processes. In Blunt L, Knapp W, editors, Laser metrology and machine performance XIII: 13th International Conference and Exhibition on Laser Metrology, Machine Tool, CMM & Robotic Performance : Lamdamap 2019. 2019. p. 14-21