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Ing. Vladimír Šimna, PhD.
Identification number: 30333
University e-mail: 2006250568 [at] stuba.sk
University e-mail: vladimir.simna [at] stuba.sk
 
Odborný asistent CSc.,PhD. - Department of Machining and Computer-aided Technologies (UVTE MTF)

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Type of thesis: Diploma thesis
Thesis title:Effect of Machining Parameters on Deformation of Thin-Walled Component
Written by (author): Ing. Lukáš Krajčík
Department: Institute of Production Technologies (MTF)
Thesis supervisor: Ing. Vladimír Šimna, PhD.
Opponent:doc. Ing. Peter Pokorný, PhD.
Final thesis progress:Final thesis was successfully defended.


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Language of final thesis:Slovak

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Title of the thesis:Effect of Machining Parameters on Deformation of Thin-Walled Component
Summary:The aim of this diploma thesis focuses on the effect of machining parameters on deformation of thin-walled components. In particular, effect of various angles of machine tooth pitch in various cutting speed. The thesis is divided into 4 chapters. The first one defines the term thin-walled component, board component and its load. There are described the most common shapes and applications of thin-walled components in practice. The second chapter focuses on possibilities of deformation elimination while machining the thin-walled components; basic ways of taking materials and used tools with special geometry. There are described tools with reducing the load, irregular angle of tooth pitch and height adaptation of helix to depth of cut. Application of downmilling and high speed milling. Formation of vibration, stability-limit curve and current state of the issue of thin-walled component machining in Slovakia and abroad are explained too. The third chapter deals with the proposal and preparation of the experiment itself. We defined the aims of our diploma thesis: comparison of component deformation and quality of machined surface, proposal of tool geometry, thin-walled component and strategy for machining. The fourth and last chapter focuses on assessment of effect of tool´s tooth pitch in various cutting speed and its impact on thin-walled component deformation, and quality of machined surface.
Key words:deformation, milling, strategy of milling, thin-walled component, high speed machining

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