Abstract

The stability charts of high-speed milling are constructed. Non-conventional unstable regions and vibration frequencies are identified. These are related to flip bifurcation, i.e. period doubling vibrations occur apart of the conventional self-excited vibrations typical for turning or low-speed milling with multiple active teeth. A new stability criterion is proposed and applied for the delayed parametric excitation model of milling.

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