Axiomatic Design in Obtaining a Device for Ultrasonic Machining

Oana Dodun, Ema Panaite, Petru Duşa, Gheorghe Nagît, Margareta Coteată, Laurentiu Slătineanu, M.L. Betasolo, E.C.N. Puik, J.T. Foley, D.S. Cochran
2018 MATEC Web of Conferences  
Ultrasonic abrasive cavitational machining is a nonconventional machining method applied to remove surfaces in workpieces made of brittle, hard, or non-conductive materials that cannot be efficiently machined by other classical or nonconventional machining methods. Among the factors that can affect the values of the parameters of technological interest for the ultrasonic machining process, the relative pressure between the ultrasonic tool and the workpiece surface to be machined could be
more » ... ned could be considered. The main objective of the research presented in this paper was to analyze the possibilities of selecting the most convenient solution among many such available solutions to ensure the tool feed motion, when designing a device for achieving an ultrasonic drilling process. At present, this selection could be achieved by means of an optimal selection method. Taking into consideration some functional requirements of the device, the method of analytic hierarchy process and the axiomatic design theory were used to solve some problems met in the design process.
doi:10.1051/matecconf/201822301021 fatcat:zmgq2kn45needfcjyvr7hb43im