Comparative Visualization of FEM-Based Cutting Simulations in a Virtual Environment

Fritz Klocke & Andreas M. Straube
As one of the final steps in the industrial manufacturing chain, machining operations require significant economic consideration. At this stage, design components have already passed through several steps of this value-added manufacturing process. Industrial companies today are using Finite Element Simulations to optimize manufacturing processes, such as mechanical cutting. In order to obtain an increased understanding of the cutting process, several simulations with different input parameters are performed. A new method for comparing these results...
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