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A novel integrated dynamic acceleration/deceleration interpolation algorithm for a CNC controller

In this paper, an integrated dynamic acceleration/deceleration (IDAD) interpolation algorithm which combines the acceleration/deceleration before interpolation (ADBI) and acceleration/deceleration after interpolation (ADAI) is proposed. The IDAD scheme could confine the maximum contour error at the... Full description

Journal Title: International journal of advanced manufacturing technology 2016, Vol.87 (1-4), p.279-292
Main Author: Tsai, Meng-Shiun
Other Authors: Huang, Ying-Che
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  • Deceleration
  • Engineering
  • Industrial and Production Engineering
  • Interpolation
  • Machining
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Media Management
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description: In this paper, an integrated dynamic acceleration/deceleration (IDAD) interpolation algorithm which combines the acceleration/deceleration before interpolation (ADBI) and acceleration/deceleration after interpolation (ADAI) is proposed. The IDAD scheme could confine the maximum contour error at the junction of a linear line (G01) block under consideration of the command and servo dynamic errors. The contour error formulation for the IDAD is derived analytically and then utilized for interpolation design. Because the error formulation could predict the command and dynamic errors analytically, the IDAD could adjust the connecting velocity of two blocks such that the overall contour errors are bounded within the given tolerance. The simulation results validate the proposed algorithm that can reduce the contour errors by 50 % but only an increase of 10 % machining time as compared to the integrated acceleration/deceleration (IAD) interpolation technique.
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abstractIn this paper, an integrated dynamic acceleration/deceleration (IDAD) interpolation algorithm which combines the acceleration/deceleration before interpolation (ADBI) and acceleration/deceleration after interpolation (ADAI) is proposed. The IDAD scheme could confine the maximum contour error at the junction of a linear line (G01) block under consideration of the command and servo dynamic errors. The contour error formulation for the IDAD is derived analytically and then utilized for interpolation design. Because the error formulation could predict the command and dynamic errors analytically, the IDAD could adjust the connecting velocity of two blocks such that the overall contour errors are bounded within the given tolerance. The simulation results validate the proposed algorithm that can reduce the contour errors by 50 % but only an increase of 10 % machining time as compared to the integrated acceleration/deceleration (IAD) interpolation technique.
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