Regulation of an ovulatory cycle
D. Švitra
Klaipėda University, Lithuania
R. Grigolienė
Klaipėda University, Lithuania
A. Puidokaitė
Klaipėda University, Lithuania
Published 1998-12-21



How to Cite

Švitra D., Grigolienė R. and Puidokaitė A. (1998) “Regulation of an ovulatory cycle”, Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control, 2(1), pp. 107-114. doi: 10.15388/NA.1998.2.0.15294.


In the practice of processing of metals by cutting it is necessary to overcome the vibration of the cutting tool, the processed detail and units of the machine tool. These vibrations in many cases are an obstacle to increase the productivity and quality of treatment of details on metal-cutting machine tools. Vibration at cutting of metals is a very diverse phenomenon due to both it’s nature and the form of oscillatory motion.

The most general classification of vibrations at cutting is a division them into forced vibration and autovibrations. The most difficult to remove and poorly investigated are the autovibrations, i.e. vibrations arising at the absence of external periodic forces. The autovibrations, stipulated by the process of cutting on metalcutting machine are of two types: the low-frequency autovibrations and high-frequency autovibrations. When the low-frequency autovibration there appear, the cutting process ought to be terminated and the cause of the vibrations eliminated. Otherwise, there is a danger of a break of both machine and tool. In the case of high-frequency vibration the machine operates apparently quiently, but the processed surface feature small-sized roughness. The frequency of autovibrations can reach 5000 Hz and more.

Creative Commons License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Please read the Copyright Notice in Journal Policy