On the Foundation of Circular-Saw Stability Theory
Keywords:Stability, critical speed, buckling, cutting accuracy, rotating disc, thermal stress, temperature, radiation, vibration, numerical analysis, natural frequencies, spectrum
AbstractThe buckling and critical speed saw stability theories for predicting the flatness of a circular saw are discussed. Laboratory experiments were performed for evaluation of the stability concepts. The experiments include accurate measurement of the saw-disc natural frequencies or frequency spectrum and the measurement and inclusion of thermal effects in saw-disc stability analysis.
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