AN EFFICIENT ITERATIVE METHOD TO SIMULATE THE VARYING STATIC RECEPTANCE OF A THIN-WALLED WORKPIECE

Abstract

This paper introduces an accelerated iterative Conjugate Gradient method (CG-method) for simulating the varying static receptance of a thin-walled workpiece. The proposed approach enhances computational efficiency by computing an optimal initial displacement guess for a given cutter location. This guess is based on the previously calculated displacement vector from the preceding cutter location, serving as the start iteration vector for the CG-method. The validation of efficiency gains through this method is demonstrated by a significant reduction in computation time for a numerical example. Moreover, to ensure the accuracy of the accelerated iterative CG-method, comparisons are made with the Cholesky method. The results confirm the precision of the proposed approach.

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