Signal Processing – Key Element in Designing an Accurate Machining Forces
Associate Professor Mihaiela Iliescu
“POLITEHNICA” University of Bucharest
manufacturing parts, specially by machining process, it is often necessary
to have reliable information on machining forces involved. So, systems and
devices for measuring these forces have to be used, this paper presenting an
innovative one, which, has also been patented. One of the most important
aspects in designing such a device is represented by good signal processing,
so that, for instance, specific calibrating equations to be appropriate
determined. Checking obtained results into real machining conditions
represents a final challenge.
Brief Biography of the Speaker:
Has graduated in 1989, “POLITEHNICA” Institute of Bucharest, ROMANIA and
in1989 – 1991 worked as an engineer – in the Design Department of a Romanian
peripheral equipment factory, FEPER.
Since 1991 has been working, as a teacher in “POLITEHNICA” University of
Bucharest, ROMANIA – Manufacturing Department, in 2004, being Associate
professor. The Doctoral Thesis, in 2000 – was on Quality and Machinability
of Thermal Sprayed Layers.
Teaches courses and works into the fields of: Applied Statistics for
Engineers; Metal Forming; Manufacturing Technologies; Injection Moulding,
being scientific researcher, in about 30 Research Projects and Grants.
First-author or, co-author, of about 95 studies and papers - published to
International/National Conferences, Sessions, Workshops, Platform Meetings
etc; of 12 books on Statistics, Manufacturing Technology, Geometrical
Precision Inspection. Member of some professional associations, as Plastics
Industry Producers Association – ASPAPLAST, ROMANIA, Rapid Manufacturing
Association – RAPIMAN; has some international awards as: Best Innovation
Award - at Brussels INNOVA Fair, 2007, Golden Medal – in INVENTIKA –2008,
Has papers presented in WSEAS Conferences, in 2008 and, also published in
WSEAS Journals. Has done organizing activities for WSEAS Conferences in
Bucharest, in June and, specially, in November, 2008.