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Title: A study of noise emission for tool failure prediction
Authors: Lee, L.C. 
Issue Date: 1986
Citation: Lee, L.C. (1986). A study of noise emission for tool failure prediction. International Journal of Machine Tool Design and Research 26 (2) : 205-215. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The relationship between noise emission and tool wear for tungsten carbide P30 and HSS tools and AISI 1045 and AISI 4340 steels are investigated. Results show that a characteristic frequency of around 4-6 kHz exists for a wide range of tool-workpiece materials and cutting conditions. The sound pressure level at the characteristic frequency is distinctly higher than machine and background noise for tungsten carbide tools and shows a good correlation with the flank wear. The noise level falls just before the tertiary wear zone and provides a tremendous potential for tool failure prediction. © 1986.
Source Title: International Journal of Machine Tool Design and Research
ISSN: 00207357
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