Optimization of Tools for CNC Machine: An Explication & An Overview

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Author(s) 
N.S. Pohokar, L.B.Bhuyar 

KEYWORDS 
CNC, Machining optimization, goal programming, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms, Taguchi technique, response surface methodology 

ABSTRACT 
Over the last few decades, the range of engineering materials encountered in machine shops has increased greatly, as has the variety of cutting tools that are capable of machining these materials. Recent advances in computer hardware and software technolo 

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