Approaches for modelling and simulation of metal machining – a critical review
TBZ-PARIV GmbH, 09126
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Accepted: 17 June 2014
Manufacturing is as old as the human race. Modelling and Simulation of Machining Operations are mainly based on the development of the Natural Sciences. Within the last 40 years there have been dramatically improvements of both: the scientific foundations of models and simulation techniques on one hand side and a strong industrial application on the other hand. The main focus of this paper is a critical assessment of the relevant single modelling methods for the simulation of machining, as well as providing some roadmaps for further directions towards the closed-loop modelling of machining. Limitations are discussed and challenges for the future are highlighted.
Key words: Manufacturing / Machining / Modelling / Numerical Methods
© J. Leopold, Published by EDP Sciences, 2014
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