The current work outlines an approach to close the loop between process planning and machine tool dynamic modeling by addressing the problem of energy efficiency across the process design and realization chains, from the process settings and pallet configuration to the machine tool design and usage phases. The proposed closed loop approach consists of an off-line and on-line component enabling the process and equipment dynamic and energy assessment over time. The benefits of the approach have been evaluated against an industrial case study related to the automotive industry.

Energy driven process planning and machine tool dynamic behavior assessment

BORGIA, STEFANO;LEONESIO, MARCO;PELLEGRINELLI, STEFANIA;VALENTE, ANNA
2013

Abstract

The current work outlines an approach to close the loop between process planning and machine tool dynamic modeling by addressing the problem of energy efficiency across the process design and realization chains, from the process settings and pallet configuration to the machine tool design and usage phases. The proposed closed loop approach consists of an off-line and on-line component enabling the process and equipment dynamic and energy assessment over time. The benefits of the approach have been evaluated against an industrial case study related to the automotive industry.
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