This paper investigates the effect of displacement constraints on the attenuation performance of tuned mass dampers (TMDs) used in boring and turning applications. A simplified piecewise-smooth mechanical model is investigated through time domain simulations and hybrid periodic orbit continuation, first under harmonic excitation, then under regenerative cutting load. A quasi-frequency response function is derived for impacting TMDs through composition of different families of period-1 orbits, then an acceptability map for turning is formulated based on the appearance of cutting-edge contact-loss and fly-over events. The bi-stable domain boundaries are determined through two parameter continuation of contact-loss grazing events. It is shown that in both cases arising rigid body collisions can significantly hinder TMD damping performance and lead to resonance problems or machine tool chatter.
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This research was supported by the Hungarian Government in the framework of the NKFIH: 2019-2.1.2- NEMZ-2019-00005 and NKFIH FK 124361 research projects.
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- tuned mass damper