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2006
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Optimizing of NC tool paths for five-axis milling using evolutionary algorithms on wavelets

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Optimizing of NC tool paths for five-axis milling using evolutionary algorithms on wavelets
Computer aided NC-path generation of five-axis milling using a standard CAM-system does usually not take machine dynamics and kinematics into account. This results in machine movements which are often not smooth enough and lead to a deficient surface quality. In order to reduce undesirable abrupt motion changes, an approach for optimizing the NC-path by using a standard evolution strategy is shown in this paper as well as first results of applying this algorithm to the five-axis milling process. Track: Real-World Applications Categories and Subject Descriptors I.6 [Simulation and Modeling]: Model Development General Terms Algorithms Keywords Evolution Strategy, Wavelets, Five-Axis Milling, Mechanical Engineering, Application
Klaus Weinert, Andreas Zabel, Heinrich Müller
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where GECCO
Authors Klaus Weinert, Andreas Zabel, Heinrich Müller, Petra Kersting
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