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Jeyakumar, S., Marimuthu, K. and Ramachandran, T. (2015) Optimization of Machining Parameters of AL6061 Composite to Minimize the Surface Roughness—Modelling Using RSM and ANN. Indian Journal of Engineering and Materials Sciences, 22, 29-37.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Neural Network Modeling and Prediction of Surface Roughness in Machining Aluminum Alloys

    AUTHORS: N. Fang, N. Fang, P. Srinivasa Pai, N. Edwards

    KEYWORDS: Artificial Neural Network, Modeling, Prediction, Surface Roughness, Machining, Aluminum Alloys

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Computer and Communications, Vol.4 No.5, May 13, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Artificial neural network is a powerful technique of computational intelligence and has been applied in a variety of fields such as engineering and computer science. This paper deals with the neural network modeling and prediction of surface roughness in machining aluminum alloys using data collected from both force and vibration sensors. Two neural network models, including a Multi-Layer Perceptron (MLP) model and a Radial Basis Function (RBF) model, were developed in the present study. Each model includes eight inputs and five outputs. The eight inputs include the cutting speed, the ratio of the feed rate to the tool-edge radius, cutting forces in three directions, and cutting vibrations in three directions. The five outputs are five surface roughness parameters. Described in detail is how training and test data were generated from real-world machining experiments that covered a wide range of cutting conditions. The results show that the MLP model provides significantly higher accuracy of prediction for surface roughness than does the RBF model.