Volume 7 Issue 1 - May 2016

  • 1. Root cause analysis of genration of chatters in crankshaft pin grinding

    Authors : Vinod Hange, Dilip Khedekar

    Pages : 74-77

    DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.21172/1.71.009

    Keywords : Chatter, regenerative, Spindle Bearing

    Abstract :

    Chatter has long been a problem in machining and grinding. With trends for higher precision and greatly reduced tolerance, solutions to chatter problems have become increasingly important. Though chatter is simply a consequence of vibration within a grinding system, finding causes for the vibration and developing corrective strategies can be difficult. Essentially there are two types of chatter-causing vibration: forced and self excited (regenerative). The former is vibration independent of the grinding wheel and workpiece with sources that range from spindle bearings to machine tools operating nearby. Regenerative vibration, a type of chatter first described by Robert Hahn, starts as a slip-slide interaction between wheel and workpiece.

    Citing this Journal Article :

    Vinod Hange, Dilip Khedekar, "Root cause analysis of genration of chatters in crankshaft pin grinding", https://www.ijltet.org/journal_details.php?id=901&j_id=3025, Volume 7 Issue 1 - May 2016, 74-77, #ijltetorg