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Freiburg, D.; Odendahl, S.; Siebrecht, T.; Steiner, M.; Wagner, T.; Zabel, A.:
In: Procedia CIRP, 18 (2014), S. 132-137
This paper is focused on the virtual five-axis milling of light weight components with respect to joining elements and reinforced as well as functionally enhanced structural parts. The underlying concept here consists of a geometrical model representing the time and space discretized milling process and its ever changing engagement situations. This geometric information is then used to calculate physical process properties like forces and temperatures, which are necessary for optimization tasks and for the reliable prediction of process results. Additionally a decision-tree based process planning system is presented, supporting the user in maintaining knowledge from real and virtual milling processes.