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A Study for the Screen Door Motor System Driving Stiffness of Dynamic Load Condition
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 Title & Authors
A Study for the Screen Door Motor System Driving Stiffness of Dynamic Load Condition
Lee, Jung-Hyun; Lee, Seon-Bong;
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 Abstract
The initial urban railway was only required to perform its role as means of transportation. As the time of staying in an underground platform was extended, it has been faced with the issues of environmental improvement as a living space. Therefore, the sliding automatic door, which is the basis of the screen door, is used widely for large distribution stores, hospitals, restaurants, and public offices for customers` convenience and as a convenient method to control access. Therefore, screen doors are required for the purpose of customers` convenience, securing safety, establishing pleasant station buildings, and energy savings. It would be also necessary to develop the optimal design technology for a screen door system through the design of element parts and to ensure reliability. Therefore, this paper calculated, interpreted, and verified the theoretical weight of the composition parts to verify the design drive hardness of the motor for screen doors necessary for the safety of subways.
 Keywords
Bearing;BLDC Motor;Screen door;Shaft;
 Language
Korean
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