Using the functional approach in the development of hybrid processes in engineering: practical aspects




hybrid tool, functional approach, processing of composites, laser processing, jet-laser cutting, cryogenic ice generation


The principles of creating hybrid processing processes based on the functional approach are given. The base of this approach, its theoretical aspects are given in the first part of the article. The practical application of the approaches is reflected in specific scientific and technical problems in the problem of high-quality cleaning of the surface from various adhesive coatings, the use of methods for obtaining holes and perforations in workpieces from metals and composite materials, as well as in the problem of contour cutting of plates from super hard sintered materials. It is shown that the use of a functionally oriented approach makes it possible to identify such combinations of force and energy effects that make it possible to process even those materials that are considered difficult to process or not machinable.

The combination of actions that are heterogeneous in nature into one instrumental effect also allows for a new way of shaping the performed holes. At the same time, the properties of the workpiece have a much smaller effect on the parameters of the obtained surfaces than with traditional processing

Samples of cleaned surfaces, cuts of super hard materials, holes in honeycomb systems of aerospace engineering are presented.



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How to Cite

O. Salenko, S. Klimenko, V. Orel, V. Kholodny, and N. Gavrushkevich, “Using the functional approach in the development of hybrid processes in engineering: practical aspects”, Mech. Adv. Technol., vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 317–327, Dec. 2022.



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