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Chatter reduction in boring process by using piezoelectric shunt damping with experimental verification

Yıgıt, Ufuk
Ciğeroğlu, Ender
Budak, Erhan
Chatter is a self-excited type of vibration that develops during machining due to process structure dynamic interactions resulting in modulated chip thickness. Chatter is an important problem as it results in poor surface quality, reduced productivity and tool life. The stability of a cutting process is strongly influenced by the frequency response function (FRF) at the cutting point.