A Study on Analysis Technique for Solenoid Valve Applicable to Military Vehicle Transmission

Title & Authors
A Study on Analysis Technique for Solenoid Valve Applicable to Military Vehicle Transmission
Choi, Yun-Yong; Hong, Jung-Pyo;

Abstract
Electronic of military vehicle that had relied on pure machinery system is ongoing. A large part of electronic of small-sized military vehicle has been already commercialized, which will expand to large-sized military vehicle field. Design of solenoid valve for automatic transmission is significantly important for stable driving performance of military vehicle. This research aims to develop simulation method which is capable of predicting performance of solenoid valve quantitatively according to its variation of ATF temperature. The research has been conducted in line with Maxwell, a magnetic field analysis program, and AMESim, a hydraulic analysis program. After simulation, it turned out to have been very similar to the test result in temperature range which excludes high temperature (over $\small{120^{\circ}C}$) and extremely low temperature (below $\small{-20^{\circ}C}$).
Keywords
Proportional Control Solenoid Valve;Automatic Transmission;Electromagnetic Force;I-P Curve;Temperature;
Language
Korean
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