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|Temperature 1||Ttop||K||Temperature upper sensor|
|Temperature 2||Tbottom||K||Temperature lower sensor|
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kopie brabants dagblad The sensitivity can be determined analytically (modelling) or empirically (measuring). By applying a software correction the control system of the machine tool, based on this relation and the measured temperatures, the thermal induced deformation can be compensated.
It is not always easy to determine the dominant thermal disturbance or deformation in a machine tool. In many cases, more dominant heat sources are present which influence the thermal stability, such as the drive systems and the environment. In that case, a grid of temperature sensors can be placed on the machine base, as illustrated in Figure 10.B. The relation between the measured temperatures and the thermal deformation of a certain point of interest, for instance between the cutting tool and the work piece, can be expressed in matrix form as:
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goo url shortener The determination of the sensitivity vector can be done by placing in turn a local heat source on each temperature sensor location. In that case, n different temperature distributions and n different deformations (at the point of interest) are measured. The sensitivity vector can be determined by the relation:
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