Performance Improvement of a Type of Turning Machines

Marin Milkov Zhilevski, Mikho Rachev Mikhov

Abstract


The basic problems in modernization of a type of turning machines with digital program control are discussed in this paper. The main requirements for the drive system are analyzed and formulated. A number of models for computer simulation with various electric drives have been developed aiming at studying their dynamic and static regimes for the respective control algorithms. Some options for performance improvement of the respective drives are presented. The experimental research carried out confirms good performance of the applied solutions. The results of this study can be used in the design and set up of such driving systems.

Keywords


Turning Machines; Feed Drives; Two-Coordinate Drives; Position Control; Spindle Drives; Dual-Zone Drives

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2018.3.8.871

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