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      Virtuell modellering av skärande bearbetning

      Research Group Production and automation engineering
      Resarch Environment ING

      Virtuell modellering av skärande bearbetning

      Research Group Production and automation engineering
      Resarch Environment ING

      Quick Facts

      Full project name

      Co-simulations for modelling of machining applications

      Duration

      April 2017 – March 2020

      Partners

      Volvo Cars and Automotive Components Floby AB

      Financing

      Knowledge Foundation and project partners.

      Virtual models continue to develop in the area of machining. The finite element method (FEM) is the dominating method for performing simulation of the cutting process. Much research is conducted to obtain reliable models that can be used to model complex cutting processes in industrial applications.

      What affects the result

      However, the fixture holding the tool and the machine itself influences the result of the cutting process. Vibrations, heat, etc. that are a result of the cutting process transmits through the fixture and possibly the entire machine and can have a profound effect the surface roughness, part distortion etc.

      Shortened computational times by using Co-sim technique

      To overcome the problem with too large models the larger models need to be reduced into smaller models using either the so called Co-sim technique or by using substitute modelling. A lot of research needs to be done in this area and this project aims at studying these techniques further. This will lead to considerably shortened computational times and the ability to model and simulate real world industrial problems with better accuracy.

      Project leader

      Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering

      Published: 1/30/2020
      Edited: 1/30/2020
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