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|Title: ||Optimization of the processing mode of machine tools by using the criterion of minimum cost|
|Authors: ||A. M., Ahmed Alwaise|
Usubamatov, Ryspek, Prof. Dr.
Zuraidah, Mohd Zain, Prof. Dr.
|Keywords: ||Cost;Optimization;Machining mode;Machine tools|
|Issue Date: ||27-Feb-2012|
|Publisher: ||Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)|
|???metadata.dc.publisher.department???: ||Pusat Pengajian Kejuruteraan Mekatronik|
|Series/Report no.: ||Proceedings of the International Conference on Applications and Design in Mechanical Engineering 2012 (ICADME 2012)|
|Abstract: ||Calculation of the cost and optimization of the
operating modes for automatic machine tools today is complex,
and in many cases, an unresolved problem. Most equations for
calculating the optimal machining processes with the changes in
operating modes consider the change of machining mode by
using the maximum productivity rate These equations do not
reflect changes in the cost due to the changes in the failure of
cutters with the change in operating mode. In manufacturing
areas, it is necessary to have mathematical dependency of the cost
of machine tools on the function of change in machining modes.
In some cases of marketing environments, the minimum cost is
more preferable than the maximum productivity of the
machining process. The present paper has discovered a new
analytical dependency of the cost for automatic machine tools
that includes the changes in the failure of cutters with the change
in operating modes.|
|Description: ||International Conference on Applications and Design in Mechanical Engineering 2012 (ICADME 2012) organized by School of Mechatronic Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), 27th - 28th Februari 2012 at Bayview Beach Resort, Penang, Malaysia.|
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Zuraidah Mohd Zain, Prof. Dr.
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