Modelling of axis feed consumed energy for sustainable manufacturing
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The accurate evaluation of electrical energy demanded by a CNC toolpath during a machining process is essential to determine its efficiency. Actually, the dynamic behavior of cutting forces seems to be neglected by investigators despite its influence on the consumed cutting energy during a face milling operation. This paper aims to investigate the effect of dynamic behavior of the machining system in order to take into account the dynamic response of the cutting forces on the axis feed power prediction. A dynamic cutting power model is developed in order to predict the consumed cutting energy. A parametric study is performed in order to show the impact of cutting conditions on the consumed energy values. The numerical results are compared to experimental ones.