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Structural Design and Analysis of Measurement Sensor of Automotive Exhaust System
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 Title & Authors
Structural Design and Analysis of Measurement Sensor of Automotive Exhaust System
Kim, Sangkee; Lee, Sunhee; Park, Hyunbum;
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 Abstract
In this study, structural design of exhaust gas sensor of automobile was performed. In order to evaluate the structural design of the measurement sensor, the structural analysis was performed by the finite element method. The vibration and thermal stress analysis was carried out at the high temperature condition. Finally, the structural test of sensor system was performed, and used for comparison with the analyzed model. Through the structural analysis and test, it is confirmed that the designed measurement sensor structure is acceptable.
 Keywords
Automotive Exhaust;Sensor;Vibration;
 Language
Korean
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