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|Title:||OPTIMAL ANALYSIS OF AN INTEGRATED DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING OF A MACHINE TOOL ELEMENT|
|Keywords:||MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING|
MACHINE TOOL ELEMENT
|Abstract:||In recent years there has been a general acceptance of Computers in the areas of Analysis, Design and Manufac-ture.. A large number of interacting parameters are involved in the Design and Manufacture of a component. It is difficult to make an optimum choice of the values for these parameter if attempted manually. Conventionally, design procedure is carried out in isolation without envisaging the environment in which a component is to perform. And likewise, machining operations are chosen for a set of existing capabilities of the manufacturing machines. For the component to satisfy the required performance level, it is necessary to adopt intera-ctive and it Brat ive approach by computer aided manufactu-ring (CAM) linked with computer aided design (CAD) a~roviding data base for manufacture. This -}basis presents an attempt to achieve the above goal while describing an integrated methodology to design and manufacture a machine tool spindle have been generated by considering the strength and weight criteria and using Kuhn-Tucker conditions. For this optimally designed spindle, the machining parameter have been obtained by considering maximum metal removal rate.|
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