Diagnostic System of Drill Condition in Laminated Chipboard Drilling Process
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The paper presents an on-line automatic system for recognition of the drill condition in a laminated chipboard drilling process. Two states of the drill are considered: the sharp enough (still able to drill holes acceptable for processing quality) and worn out (excessive drill wear, not satisfactory from the quality point of view of the process). The automatic system requires defining the diagnostic features, which are used as the input attributes to the classifier. The features have been
... res have been generated from 5 registered signals: feed force, cutting torque, noise, vibration and acoustic emission. The statistical parameters defined on the basis of the auto regression model of these signals have been used as the diagnostic features. The sequential step-wise feature selection is applied for choosing the most discriminative set of features. The final step of recognition is done by support vector machine classifier working in leave one out mode. The results of numerical experiments have confirmed good quality of the proposed diagnostic system.