Tool FRF Identification under Operational Conditions

Engineers at the National NC System Engineering Research Center in Wuhan/China propose a new method for tool frequency response function (FRF) identification under spindle rotating state. This method only requires the traditional impact testing and two tools of different lengths. For data acquisition and modal analysis during experimental identification, they used the m+p Analyzer software and m+p VibRunner acquisition hardware. 

Read more in the article “RCSA-Based Method for Tool Frequency Response Function Identification Under Operational Conditions Without Using Noncontact Sensor”, Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, June 2017.

 

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