What is it about?
Bore holes with a large length to diameter ratio of up to l/d = 100 are typically produced using the single-tube deep hole drilling method also named BTA (Boring and Trepanning Association) deep hole drilling method. However, there are various technical applications requiring deep, complex, epitrochoid-similar and helical inner contours, such as stators used in Moineau motors and pumps. According to the current state of the art, epitrochoid-similar contours for small diameters with large drilling depths can only be produced using a special machining process which is referred to a chamber-boring process. In this paper, a developed mathematical model will be presented that describes the epitrochoid-similar contour exactly. This allows the determination of the position-dependent speed and acceleration of the tool, which are necessary for designing the joints and components of the tool system. In addition, this mathematical model can be used for a subsequent Laplace-transformation, so that could be used for a further optimization of the process dynamic in the future.
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Why is it important?
Mathematical model was developed, which helps to improve and develop the new chamber boring process. The derived equation can be used to describe the epitrochoid-similar bore profile exactly, such that this approach can be utilized for a subsequent Laplace-transformation and a regulated and undisturbed machining sequence can be achieved.
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This page is a summary of: A Mathematical Model to Describe the Inner Contour of Moineau Stators, Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, October 2020, ASME International, DOI: 10.1115/1.4048437.
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