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Vibrations are produced during any machining process. For drilling operation, analysis of these vibrations plays an important role in order to predict phenomenon of ‘chatter’. This paper emphasizes the analysis of vibration during drilling operation. The output results of analysis are useful to find out amplitude of vibrations produced with respect to drill size and spindle speed for standard rate of recommended feed/min. Analysis is quantified and tabulated as per available machining parameters of ‘THAKUR PELTER DRILLING MACHINE’ which is present in the Workshop of Fr. Conceiceo Rodrigues Institute of Technology, Vashi, Navi Mumbai. The optimum values of spindle speed and feed for maximium amplitude of transverse vibrations with respect to drill size are highlighted in the table and brought to the notice of Workshop Superintendent. The table of formulated results is displayed near this drilling machine.
Chatter drilling operation.
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Wani, A. S., Sagavkar, G. S., & Bhate, V. K. (2015). VIBRATION ANALYSIS OF DRILLING OPERATION. Students’ Research in Technology & Management, 1(2), 163-175. Retrieved from https://giapjournals.com/ijsrtm/article/view/58
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