Experimental Identification of Dynamic Parameters of Rolling Element Bearings in Machine Tools

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D. M. Shamine, S. W. Hong, Y. C. Shin

School of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907

J. Dyn. Sys., Meas., Control 122(1), 95-101 (May 11, 1998) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.482432 History: Received May 11, 1998
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Flowchart for the FRF-based identification scheme
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Configuration of the high speed spindle with cutter and toolholder
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Experiment 1: (a) index functions; (b) measured FRF at the rear end; (c) measured FRF at the front
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Coherence functions in FRF measurement: (a) experiment 1, front; (b) experiment 1, rear; (c) experiment 4, front; (d) experiment 4, rear
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Comparison of measured FRF’s and estimated FRF’s with transverse damping for experiment 2: (a) rear; (b) front
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First three mode shapes of the horizontal mill spindle
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Comparison of measured FRF’s and estimated FRF’s with transverse and tilting damping for experiment 2: (a) rear; (b) front
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Comparison of measured FRF’s and estimated FRF’s with transverse and tilting damping for experiment 1: (a) rear; (b) front
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Configuration of the MAZAK spindle with extension tool
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MAZAK spindle experiment: (a) index functions; (b) measured FRF on the toolholder directly below the spindle; (c) measured FRF at the tip of the extension tool



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