Machine tool spindle analysis

Andrew David Mitchell, Majid Aleyaasin, R Whalley, W J Seale

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Abstract

A dynamic model for a machine tool spindle rotor mounted on a compliant, damped suspension system is derived and assembled into matrix quadratic farm. Analysis procedures are used to illustrate the inherent, multivariable feedback form of the system model enabling the employment of closed loop investigation techniques. The relative stability properties of the model are established for the operational range of the system. Rotor speed regulation is invoked and the effect of this on the stability of the arrangement is commented upon.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, SYSTEMS, AND TECHNOLOGIES (AMPST 99)
Place of PublicationWESTMINISTER
PublisherPROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING PUBLISHING LTD
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)1-86058-230-3
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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Mitchell, A. D., Aleyaasin, M., Whalley, R., & Seale, W. J. (1999). Machine tool spindle analysis. In ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, SYSTEMS, AND TECHNOLOGIES (AMPST 99) WESTMINISTER: PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING PUBLISHING LTD.

Machine tool spindle analysis. / Mitchell, Andrew David; Aleyaasin, Majid; Whalley, R ; Seale, W J .

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, SYSTEMS, AND TECHNOLOGIES (AMPST 99). WESTMINISTER : PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING PUBLISHING LTD, 1999.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Mitchell, AD, Aleyaasin, M, Whalley, R & Seale, WJ 1999, Machine tool spindle analysis. in ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, SYSTEMS, AND TECHNOLOGIES (AMPST 99). PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING PUBLISHING LTD, WESTMINISTER.
Mitchell AD, Aleyaasin M, Whalley R, Seale WJ. Machine tool spindle analysis. In ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, SYSTEMS, AND TECHNOLOGIES (AMPST 99). WESTMINISTER: PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING PUBLISHING LTD. 1999
Mitchell, Andrew David ; Aleyaasin, Majid ; Whalley, R ; Seale, W J . / Machine tool spindle analysis. ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, SYSTEMS, AND TECHNOLOGIES (AMPST 99). WESTMINISTER : PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING PUBLISHING LTD, 1999.
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