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  • Particle swarm optimization approach for modelling a turning process
    Hrelja, Marko ...
    This paper proposes the modelling of a turning process using particle swarm optimization (PSO). The independent input machining parameters for the modelling were cutting speed, feed rate, and cutting ... depth. The input parameters affected three dependent output parameters that were the main cutting force, surface roughness, and tool life. The values of the independent and dependent parameters were acquired by experimental work and served as knowledge base for the PSO process. By utilizing the knowledge base and the PSO approach, various models could be acquired for describing the cutting process. In our case, three different polynomial models were obtained: models a) for the main cutting force, b) for surface roughness, and c) for tool life. All the models had exactly the same basic polynomial form which was chosen similarly to that in the conventional regression analysis method. The PSO approach was used for optimization of the polynomials' coefficients. Several different randomly-selected data sets were used for the learning and testing phases. The accuracies of the developed models were analysed. It was discovered that the accuracies of the models for different learning and testing data sets were very good, having almost the same deviations. The least deviation was noted for the cutting force, whilst the most deviation, as expected was for tool life. The obtained models could then be used for later optimization of the turning process.
    Vir: Advances in production engineering & management. - ISSN 1854-6250 (Vol. 9, no. 1, Mar. 2014, str. 21-30)
    Vrsta gradiva - članek, sestavni del ; neleposlovje za odrasle
    Leto - 2014
    Jezik - angleški
    COBISS.SI-ID - 17681430