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Unformatted text preview: e derived surface. The best fit of the surface can be performed, using the likelihood criterion with the specific distribution found. The main aim of this paper is answering to the first step of this approach that is to predict the density probability of the process signature. It is a required preliminary for considering the best fit approach mentioned above. To illustrate this approach, the End milling process has been chosen. The next section will present a review of existing end milling simulation methods and models. These models are however not satisfactory compared to our objectives. In the third part, an adapted solution based on a Z-map technique [Maeng et al., 2003], is therefore proposed. It proceeds by an analytical resolution of the end milling simulation, in order to avoid any statistical bias. Some simulated results will then be compared to a real machining case. The conclusion will finally state about the interest of this model. 194 S. Aranda et al.
2. LITERATURE REVIEW: END MILLING SIMULATION End milli...
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