Heterogeneous sensors-based feature optimisation and deep learning for tool wear prediction

Authors: Zhang, X., Wang, S., Li, W. and Lu, X.

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Volume: 114

Issue: 9-10

Pages: 2651-2675

eISSN: 1433-3015

ISSN: 0268-3768

DOI: 10.1007/s00170-021-07021-6

Abstract:

During machining processes, accurate prediction of cutting tool wear is prominent to prevent ineffective tool utilisation and significant resource waste. Tool wear conditions and progression involve complex physical mechanisms, and a promising approach is to deploy heterogeneous sensors and design a deep learning algorithm to conduct real-time tool wear monitoring and precious prediction. To tackle the challenge of deep learning algorithms in processing complex signals from heterogeneous sensors, in this paper, a systematic methodology is designed to combine signal de-noising, feature extraction, feature optimisation and deep learning-based prediction. In more details, the methodology is comprised of the following three steps: (i) signal de-noising is carried out by a designed Hampel filter-based method to eradicate random spikes and outliers in the signals for raw data quality enhancement; (ii) features extracted from heterogeneous sensors in the time and frequency domains are optimised using designed recursive feature elimination and cross-validation (RFECV)-based and Isomap-based methods; (iii) a convolutional neural networks (CNN) algorithm is devised to process the optimised features to implement tool wear prediction. In this paper, a case study showed that 80% features were reduced from the originally extracted features and 86% prediction accuracy was achieved based on the developed methodology. The presented methodology was benchmarked with several main-stream methodologies, and the superior performance of the methodology over those comparative methodologies in terms of prediction accuracy was exhibited.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/35395/

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Heterogeneous sensors-based feature optimisation and deep learning for tool wear prediction

Authors: Zhang, X., Wang, S., Li, W. and Lu, X.

Journal: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

Volume: 114

Issue: 9-10

Pages: 2651-2675

eISSN: 1433-3015

ISSN: 0268-3768

DOI: 10.1007/s00170-021-07021-6

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/35395/

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Heterogeneous sensors-based feature optimisation and deep learning for tool wear prediction

Authors: Zhang, X., Wang, S., Li, W. and Lu, X.

Journal: The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISSN: 0178-0026

DOI: 10.1007/s00170-021-07021-6

Abstract:

During machining processes, accurate prediction of cutting tool wear is prominent to prevent ineffective tool utilisation and significant resource waste. Tool wear conditions and progression involve complex physical mechanisms, and a promising approach is to deploy heterogeneous sensors and design a deep learning algorithm to conduct real-time tool wear monitoring and precious prediction. To tackle the challenge of deep learning algorithms in processing complex signals from heterogeneous sensors, in this paper, a systematic methodology is designed to combine signal de-noising, feature extraction, feature optimisation and deep learning-based prediction. In more details, the methodology is comprised of the following three steps: (i) signal de-noising is carried out by a designed Hampel filter-based method to eradicate random spikes and outliers in the signals for raw data quality enhancement; (ii) features extracted from heterogeneous sensors in the time and frequency domains are optimised using designed recursive feature elimination and cross-validation (RFECV)-based and Isomap-based methods; (iii) a convolutional neural networks (CNN) algorithm is devised to process the optimised features to implement tool wear prediction. In this paper, a case study showed that 80% features were reduced from the originally extracted features and 86% prediction accuracy was achieved based on the developed methodology. The presented methodology was benchmarked with several main-stream methodologies, and the superior performance of the methodology over those comparative methodologies in terms of prediction accuracy was exhibited.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/35395/

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