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Materials, Vol. 11, Pages 1100: Unexpected Event Prediction in Wire Electrical Discharge Machining Using Deep Learning Techniques

Materials, Vol. 11, Pages 1100: Unexpected Event Prediction in Wire Electrical Discharge Machining Using Deep Learning Techniques

Materials doi: 10.3390/ma11071100

Authors: Jose A. Sanchez Aintzane Conde Ander Arriandiaga Jun Wang Soraya Plaza

Theoretical models of manufacturing processes provide a valuable insight into physical phenomena but their application to practical industrial situations is sometimes difficult. In the context of Industry 4.0, artificial intelligence techniques can provide efficient solutions to actual manufacturing problems when big data are available. Within the field of artificial intelligence, the use of deep learning is growing exponentially in solving many problems related to information and communication technologies (ICTs) but it still remains scarce or even rare in the field of manufacturing. In this work, deep learning is used to efficiently predict unexpected events in wire electrical discharge machining (WEDM), an advanced machining process largely used for aerospace components. The occurrence of an unexpected event, namely the change of thickness of the machined part, can be effectively predicted by recognizing hidden patterns from process signals. Based on WEDM experiments, different deep learning architectures were tested. By using a combination of a convolutional layer with gated recurrent units, thickness variation in the machined component could be predicted in 97.4% of cases, at least 2 mm in advance, which is extremely fast, acting before the process has degraded. New possibilities of deep learning for high-performance machine tools must be examined in the near future.

Autoren:   Sanchez, Jose A.; Conde, Aintzane ; Arriandiaga, Ander ; Wang, Jun ; Plaza, Soraya
Journal:   Materials
Band:   11
Ausgabe:   7
Jahrgang:   2018
Seiten:   1100
DOI:   10.3390/ma11071100
Erscheinungsdatum:   28.06.2018
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