Analysis of the Displacement of Thin-Walled Workpiece Using a High-Speed Camera during Peripheral Milling of Aluminum Alloys

Czyzycki, Jakub ✉; Twardowski, Pawel; Znojkiewicz, Natalia

English Article (Journal Article) Scientific
Published: MATERIALS 1996-1944 14 (16) Paper: 4771 , 12 p. 2021
  • SJR Scopus - Condensed Matter Physics: Q2
  • Materials engineering
  • Physical sciences
  • Chemical sciences
The paper presents the possibilities of a high-speed camera in recording displacements of thin-walled workpiece during milling made of aluminum alloys, which allowed for an analysis in which it was compared to other methods of testing the deflection of such elements. The tests were carried out during peripheral milling with constant cutting parameters. Deflection of thin-walled workpiece due to cutting forces was measured using a high-speed camera and a laser displacement sensor. Additionally, the experimental results were compared with the theoretical results obtained with the use of the finite element method. The research proved the effectiveness of the use of high-speed camera in diagnostics of thin-walled workpieces during milling with an accuracy of up to 11% compared to measurements made with a displacement laser sensor.
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