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Yanwei Xu, Yinhao Wang, Tancheng Xie, "Simulation of Constant-Volume Removal Rate Machining of Middle-Convex and Varying Ellipse Piston", Mathematical Problems in Engineering, vol. 2021, Article ID 5363992, 10 pages, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1155/2021/5363992

Simulation of Constant-Volume Removal Rate Machining of Middle-Convex and Varying Ellipse Piston

Academic Editor: Qiang Guo
Received07 May 2021
Revised19 May 2021
Accepted21 May 2021
Published30 May 2021

Abstract

One kind of constant-volume removal rate machining method of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston is proposed in this paper. By analyzing the structure and movement relationship of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston machine, the NC machining model is built. And, the constant-volume removal rate machining model is also built by superposing the variable rotation satisfying the dynamic performance constraints on the uniform rotation of the spindle of the CNC piston lathe. Then, the instantaneous position parameters of each axis of the CNC piston lathe are obtained and turned into NC code. The functional feasibility of the method finally is verified by simulation machining.

1. Introduction

In the reciprocating process of crankshaft output torque, the piston transmits the gas pressure in the cylinder to this process through the piston pin and connecting rod, but the clearance between the piston and the cylinder sleeve should be as small and uniform as possible to prevent the piston from being “roughened” or “bitten” in the cylinder. However, in the coupled working environment of high temperature, high pressure, and alternating mechanical and thermal loads, the force acting on the top of the piston leads to the deformation of the piston skirt along the axis of the pin seat, the deformation of the side of the piston skirt, and the uneven thermal expansion. These causes lead to serious and irregular deformation of the piston, which makes the cross section of the piston skirt that is originally a round cross section cannot keep round in the working environment, and then become oval, resulting in that the “cylindrical” piston processed at room temperature presents the “elliptical cylinder” shape. This deformation directly affects the uniformity of fit clearance between piston and cylinder liner. The piston with middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt is designed, which can keep the ideal geometry under working conditions [1], ensure the good fit between the piston and the cylinder wall, reduce the cylinder clearance and the impact of the piston on the cylinder wall, and reduce the specific pressure and noise of the piston skirt. Moreover, a wedge-shaped oil gap is formed between the middle-convex skirt of the piston and the cylinder wall, which ensures the good lubrication of the piston and reduces the wear of parts.

For a long time, many scholars have deeply studied the machining method of middle-convex and varying ellipse piston [212].These achievements have effectively promoted the progress of machining technology of middle-convex and varying ellipse piston, but the noncircular section machining technology of piston skirt studied by these achievements is basically based on numerical control turning method. NC turning is an important method for machining the piston with middle-convex and varying ellipse piston, which can effectively improve the machining accuracy and efficiency of the piston with middle-convex and varying ellipse piston. However, in the process of cutting a circular cross-sectional workpiece into an elliptical cross-sectional workpiece on a CNC piston lathe, the workpiece will rotate at a constant speed, and the cutting tool will move with high frequency and reciprocation. Moreover, the cutting depth of the cutting tool will change continuously with the rotation position of the workpiece, and the cutting area of the cutting tool in the same cross section will change with the processing position. The material removal rate and cutting force of the workpiece change periodically, which will form dynamic excitation force and affect the machining accuracy of piston skirt to a certain extent.

Based on the basic principle that the cutting force is approximately proportional to the cutting area, this paper studies the numerical control machining technology and simulation of the equal volume cutting rate of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston. On the premise that the rotation position of the shaft section of the piston skirt and the cutting depth of the tool tip conform to the ellipse trajectory, the variable-speed rotation meeting the dynamic performance constraint is superimposed on the uniform speed rotation of the main shaft of the piston machine tool. The rotation speed of the main shaft of the machine tool is continuously regulated, and the material removal rate and cutting force of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt are basically constant.

2. Processing Principle of Middle-Convex and Varying Ellipse Piston Skirt

The profile characteristics of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt are as follows: the generatrix of the piston skirt is a middle-convex curve which represents the variation of the diameter of the long axis of the elliptic section along the direction of the piston axis. The shape of cross section of piston skirt is similar to an ellipse, and the ovality of different sections is different. In any section, the diameter of long axis of ellipse section is the largest diameter, the long axis is along the axis of pin seat, the diameter of short axis of this section is the smallest diameter, and the short axis is perpendicular to the axis of pin seat. The ellipticity of the elliptic section is the difference between the diameter of major axis and that of minor axis.

2.1. Elliptical Profile of Skirt Cross Section of Middle-Convex and Varying Ellipse Piston

The geometric characteristics of the skirt cross section of the piston with middle-convex and varying ellipse can be described as follows [2]:

In the formula, is polar radius value;is ellipticity; and is elliptical long half-axis.

In the formula, is long half-axis of section with maximum ellipticity.

In the formula,is the maximum ellipticity; isthe relative rotation angle of polar radius to long axis; is the skirt height; is the skirt height of section with maximum ellipticity; is the dimensionless coefficient ( is an ellipse; is a quadratic ellipse); is the profile shape characteristic coefficient of longitudinal profile; is the dimensionless coefficient; and is the ellipticity change rate.

In the formula, is the dimensionless coefficient (when , the cross section is circular; when , the cross section is elliptical).

Formula (1) is the variation of polar radius, and formula (2) is the radial variation of the middle-convex profile along the piston axis. If the piston is an elliptical piston, the formula of any elliptical cross section of the piston skirt can be obtained by substituting formula (4) into (1).among which, , is angular velocity, and

2.2. Middle-Convex Profile of Middle-Convex and Varying Ellipse Piston

The middle-convex profile of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt is usually given discrete points in design. Figure 1 is the design parameters of the middle-convex profile of the Perkins 240 piston skirt.

Usually, the discrete points of the convex profile are fitted to smooth curves by cubic spline interpolation, and then the equation of the middle-convex profile is obtained. In the process of fitting the discrete points of middle-convex profile in piston skirt shown in Figure 2, N discrete points are put into the XOZ coordinate system in which the X-axis is parallel to the piston cross section and the Z-axis is the piston axis (X represents the long half-axis of elliptical cross section and Z represents the piston skirt height). If the first derivatives of the curve composed of discrete points are and at the beginning and end points, respectively, the function value x (z) of any point on the Z-axis can be expressed as follows [13]:

In the formula, satisfies the equationamong which, , , and . Solution , tdhe fitting equation x (z) of middle-convex profile in piston skirt can be obtained by substitution formula (1).

2.3. Analysis of Processing Process of Middle-Convex and Varying Ellipse Piston Skirt

The structure of CNC piston machine tool is shown in Figure 3. Machine motion consists of workpiece (spindle C-axis) rotary motion, tool holder slider linear motion along the Z-axis (parallel to workpiece rotary axis), tool holder linear motion along the X axis (perpendicular to workpiece rotary axis), and tool holder U-axis reciprocating linear motion (control tool high-frequency reciprocating microdisplacement linear motion), X-axis. The cutting depth is controlled by U-axis, and the travel of the tool in high-speed reciprocating linear motion depends on the ellipticity of elliptical cross section at different skirt heights of piston skirt.

The process of turning skirt profile of middle-convex and varying ellipse piston by motion synthesis method can be divided into two independent motions: (1) the motion of tool relative to workpiece forming middle-convex profile is realized by the joint motion of X-axis and Z-axis driven by servo motor; (2) the motion of tool relative to workpiece forming elliptical profile, the reciprocating linear motion of U-axis driven by linear motor, and the motion of spindle.

2.3.1. Middle-Convex Profile Processing

The motion of forming the middle-convex profile is synthesized by the motion of the tool in the piston axis (Z-axis) and the radial direction (X-axis). After the fitting equation of discrete points on the middle-convex profile is obtained, the middle-convex profile is interpolated, and the cubic spline curve is approximated and fitted by micro line segments. According to the requirements of piston skirt surface processing accuracy and tool feed, the number of interpolation points is determined, and the middle-convex profile is interpolated in the piston axis direction. In this paper, the interpolation points are divided by equal interval method. Each step of interpolation, the workpiece rotates one week to complete a micro-short elliptical cylinder processing. Then, the Z-axis position is calculated, and the Z-axis servo motor drives the trawler to the next interpolation point. Figure 4 is a schematic diagram of NC machining of middle-convex profile in piston skirt.

2.3.2. Elliptical Profile Processing

The forming motion of the elliptical section of the piston skirt can be decomposed into a high-speed rotational motion of the workpiece and a high-speed reciprocating linear feed motion of the tool in the radial direction of the piston. During the forming process, the piston rotates with the spindle every one revolution, and the tool sequentially processes the long axis of the elliptical section ⟶ the short axis ⟶ the long axis ⟶ the short axis ⟶ the long axis, and the tool feeds twice in rapid reciprocating direction. The higher the spindle speed, the higher the tool feed frequency; the greater the ellipticity of the elliptical section, the greater the turning radius change, the greater the displacement of the tool’s fast reciprocating linear feed, and the greater the speed and acceleration of the tool. The key to the elliptical section turning of the piston skirt is the control of the tool path: (1) the high-frequency reciprocating linear motion of the tool; (2) the microdisplacement of the tool reciprocating linear feed motion and the angular displacement of the workpiece high-speed rotation maintain a strict one-to-one correspondence. The schematic diagram of the elliptical section machining process of the piston is shown in Figure 5.

Assuming that the starting position of the tool tip is located at the apex B of the ellipse long axis, the expression of the motion displacement of the tool tip vertex can be described as follows:

In the formula, is the rotation frequency of the lathe spindle and t is time.

When the workpiece rotates with the spindle at a constant speed to turn the piston skirt contour with middle-convex and varying ellipse, the displacement relationship of the four moving axes of the machine tool can be expressed as follows:

This is the NC machining model of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt in the uniform turning of the workpiece.

2.4. Distribution Law of Cutting Area of Elliptical Section

In the NC machining process of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston, the rough machining of the piston is completed on an ordinary CNC lathe, and the final forming finishing is completed by a numerical control piston lathe. During the conventional forming and finishing of the piston skirt, the workpiece rotates at a constant speed. The area cut-off in the same elliptical cross section varies with the machining position.

In Figure 5, it is assumed that the cutting depth is changed from the workpiece diameter dimension A of the previous process to the long axis B of the elliptical cross section, and the cutting depth is ap from 0° to 90°, and the tool is continuously advanced, 90°. When the time is fed to the short axis K of the elliptical cross section, the path of the cutting edge along the surface of the workpiece is substantially like a smooth curve BDGK. During the process of moving the workpiece from 0° to 90°, the area cut by the workpiece through the same corner gradually increases. When the workpiece is turned from 0° to angle, the area to be cut is

In the formula, the elliptical sector area is calculated as follows:

When the workpiece is turned from 1 to 2, the area to be cut is

Select the Perkins 240 piston skirt height H = 20 elliptical section in Figure 1 (diameter d = Φ92, corresponding to ellipticity G = 0.20). Take the cutting depth ap = 0.1. Calculate the workpiece in the first quadrant every revolution. The depth of cut ap and its variation ap and the area cut within the same corner. The results are shown in Table 1.


Angle (°)ap (mm)ap (µm)Equal-angle cut area (mm2)

30.100270.270.24134
60.101090.820.24266
90.102441.350.24529
120.104321.870.24919
150.106692.370.25433
180.109542.850.26065
210.112833.290.26807
240.116533.700.27652
270.120594.060.28590
300.124984.390.29611
330.129644.660.30703
360.134524.880.31855
390.139585.050.33054
420.144755.170.34286
450.149975.230.35538
480.155205.230.36797
510.160375.170.38048
540.165435.060.39278
570.170314.890.40473
600.174984.670.41621
630.179374.390.42709
660.183444.070.43724
690.187153.700.44657
720.190443.300.45496
750.193292.850.46233
780.195672.380.46860
810.197551.880.47370
840.198911.360.47758
870.199730.820.48018
900.20.270.48149

It can be seen from Table 1 that in the first quadrant, the cutter starts to cut from the long semiaxis of the elliptical section, and the cutting depth ap gradually increases as the workpiece rotation angle changes; the amount of change in the cutting depth gradually increases at the beginning of the angle ap at 45°. The vicinity ap increases to the maximum value and then gradually decreases; the area cut by the workpiece rotating through the same angle (3°) gradually increases. In the first quadrant, the cutting depth ap, the cutting depth variation ap, and the change trend of the cutting area in the workpiece rotating through the same angle (3°) are shown in Figures 68, respectively.

3. Processing Principle of Equal-Volume Excision Rate

During the process of uniform turning of the elliptical cross section of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt during uniform turning, the resection area changes periodically with the workpiece rotation angle per unit time, resulting in periodic changes in material removal rate and cutting force, and processing of the piston skirt to some extent. Accuracy has an impact. In order to reduce this effect, this paper proposes the NC machining concept of equal-volume resection rate of middle-convex and varying ellipse piston—the volume ρV of the material removed per unit time is equal during the elliptical cross section of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt during processing.

The projected area of the volume on the elliptical section is

The projected area of the maximum volume allowed to be cut per unit time in the elliptical section is

In the schematic diagram of the elliptical cross section machining of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston shown in Figure 4, the total area cut-off in the first quadrant is equal to the difference between the quarter circle area SAOI and the quarter ellipse area SBOK. Then, there is

The total area cut out in the first quadrant is divided into n equal parts for processing, so that the time taken to cut each aliquot area is the same.

In the formula, n must meet the conditions

In the first quadrant, the area cut-off from is equal to. Then, there is

Combining (17) and (19) gives

Solving the equation yields angle values of

When the elliptical section of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt is machined by the equal-volume resection rate method, the displacement relationship of the four axes of motion of the machine tool can be expressed as follows:

This is the numerical control machining model when machining the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt in the same volume resection rate method.

4. Equal-Volume Resection Rate Simulation Processing and Experiment

The skirt height H of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston in Perkins 240 is shown in Figure 1 and its corresponding elliptical cross-sectional long axis value and ellipticity value are shown in Tables 2 and 3, respectively.


Skirt height H (mm)Long axis (mm)Skirt height H (mm)Long axis (mm)

491.98353691.969
891.99114091.948
1291.99514491.922
1691.99764891.8924
20925291.859
2491.99725691.8191
2891.99256091.7693
3291.98296291.737


Skirt height HCross-sectional ellipticity

0–410.2
41–62Linear gradient to 0.3

According to Table 2, using cubic spline interpolation, the fitting equation and fitting curve of the ellipse long axis value of the Perkins 240 piston skirt can be obtained by MATLAB program fitting (Figure 9).

According to Table 3, using linear interpolation, the equation for the ellipticity of the elliptical section G with the height of the skirt is

Take the elliptical cross-sectional long axis maximum value plus twice the depth of cut ap as the cylinder workpiece diameter d0 before the piston skirt forming process, starting from the skirt height H = 0, according to the feed amount f = 0.001 [14], calculate the different ellipse values of the long semiaxis a, the ellipticity G, and the short semiaxis b of the section, and calculate the feed of the tool from the skirt height H = 0, the tool is cut from d0/2 to the long semiaxis of each different elliptical section. For each different elliptical section, divide the area cut-off in the first quadrant into n equal parts, and obtain the angle corresponding to each aliquot and the corresponding tool feed amount; then, according to the principle of symmetry, the workpiece is rotated within one week. The angle corresponding to each aliquot and the tool feed. Then, the numerical values of workpiece rotation angle and tool feed per equal part are transformed into corresponding NC machining program. According to the NC machining model of equal volume removal rate for middle-convex and varying ellipse piston, the piston skirt can be machined with equal-volume removal rate.

Taking the maximum elliptical section of the Perkins 240 piston as an example, the skirt height H = 20, the long axis diameter, the ellipticity G = 0.20, the long half axis a = 46, the short half-axis b = 45.9, and the first quadrant 0-degree cutting allowance ap = 0.1. According to these parameters, the angle corresponding to the area of each aliquot and the actual rotation angle of the workpiece and the corresponding depth of cut ap and its variation ap can be obtained. Take n = 30 aliquots, and the calculation results are shown in Table 4.


No.ap (mm)ap (µm)Every aliquot (°)Actual corner (°)

10.10060.6124.48974.4897
20.10241.7934.43588.9255
30.10532.8524.336113.2617
40.10903.744.201517.4632
50.11344.4344.046321.5094
60.11844.9393.881825.3912
70.12365.2753.717429.1085
80.12915.4673.559232.6678
90.13475.5423.410236.0780
100.14025.5253.273339.3513
110.14565.4353.147842.4991
120.15095.2893.033845.5330
130.15605.1022.931348.4642
140.16094.8822.839051.3032
150.16554.6392.756554.0597
160.16994.3772.682656.7423
170.17404.1022.616759.3590
180.17783.8172.558361.9173
190.18133.5242.506164.4234
200.18463.2272.460366.8837
210.18752.9252.419669.3033
220.19012.6212.384171.6873
230.19242.3152.353774.0410
240.19442.0072.327476.3684
250.19611.6992.305678.6740
260.19751.3912.287880.9618
270.19861.0812.273583.2353
280.19940.7722.263285.4985
290.19980.4632.255787.7542
300.20.1542.245890.0000

According to Table 4, when the maximum elliptical cross section of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt in Perkins 240 is processed by equal-volume resection; in the first quadrant, the change trend of the workpiece turning angle of each aliquot is as shown in Figure 10. The trend of the actual turning angle is shown in Figure 11; the change trend of each cutting area corresponding to the cutting depth is shown in Figure 12, and the corresponding cutting depth is shown in Figure 13.

The obtained actual cutting angle and the tool feed amount corresponding to each aliquot area and the positional parameters of the corresponding X-axis and Z-axis are converted into a numerical control machining program, and the elliptical section of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt can be obtained. Perform equal-volume resection rate processing. Skirt height H = 20 elliptical section first image inner limit equal volume resection rate machine tool motion parameters when middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt is processed as shown in Table 5.


No.Z (mm)X (mm)(°)U (mm)

N 331020.0046.1004.48970.1006
N 332020.0046.1008.92560.1024
N 333020.0046.10013.26170.1053
N 334020.0046.10017.46320.1090
N 335020.0046.10021.50940.1134
N 336020.0046.10025.39120.1184
N 337020.0046.10029.10860.1236
N 338020.0046.10032.66780.1291
N 339020.0046.10036.07800.1347
N 340020.0046.10039.35130.1402
N 341020.0046.10042.49910.1456
N 342020.0046.10045.53300.1509
N 343020.0046.10048.46420.1560
N 344020.0046.10051.30320.1609
N 345020.0046.10054.05970.1655
N 346020.0046.10056.74230.1699
N 347020.0046.10059.35900.1740
N 348020.0046.10061.91730.1778
N 349020.0046.10064.42340.1813
N 350020.0046.10066.88370.1846
N 351020.0046.10069.30330.1875
N 352020.0046.10071.68730.1901
N 353020.0046.10074.04100.1924
N 354020.0046.10076.36840.1944
N 355020.0046.10078.67400.1961
N 356020.0046.10080.96180.1975
N 357020.0046.10083.23530.1986
N 358020.0046.10085.49850.1994
N 359020.0046.10087.75420.1998
N 360020.0046.10090.00000.2000

According to the machine motion parameters, based on the VERICUT CNC machining simulation platform, the equal-volume resection rate simulation was performed on the Perkins 240 piston skirt in Figure 1 (as shown in Figure 14).

The ellipticity value of the geometric parameters of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt in Perkins 240 is magnified 30 times, the remaining parameters are unchanged, recalculated, and simulated, and the simulation processing effect of the middle-convex line and the variable elliptic section can be clearly seen (as shown in Figure 15).

The simulation processing of Perkins 240 piston meets the functional verification requirements of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston machine. The results show that the simulation machining can simulate the actual machining process of the medium-convex elliptical piston machine tool and also verify the volume of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt.

By the maximum speed 2500 r/min of the workpiece and the feed rate 0.001 mm/r, the equal-volume cutting rate machining test was carried out on Perkins 240 piston based on the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston NC machining test platform. The machining test results show that the simulation can meet the requirements of the actual machining process of the medium-convex elliptical piston machine tool, and the method is feasible. The experimental process is shown in Figure 16.

5. Conclusion

This paper analyzes the forming principle of the oval section profile of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston skirt. The middle-convex profile and ellipse profile of the middle-convex and varying ellipse piston are described mathematically, and the NC machining model of turning piston skirt is established. The distribution of the cutting area in the process of the ellipse section is analyzed. The numerical control machining model of equal-volume cutting rate for middle-convex and varying ellipse piston is established, and the machining method of equal volume cutting rate for middle-convex and varying ellipse piston is verified by simulation.

Data Availability

The data used to support the findings of this study are included within the article.

Conflicts of Interest

The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper.

Acknowledgments

The authors are grateful for the financial support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant no. 51805151 and the Key Scientific Research Project of the University of Henan Province of China under Grant no. 21B460004.

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