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Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering
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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Aug 1987
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Jun 1987
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Apr 1987
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Feb 1987
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Microprocessor based welding power meter
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 11, issue 4, 1987, Pages 33~40
Arc power is consumed energy per unit time between welding electrodes. The relations between consumed energy and electrode distance, current, voltage are nonlinear characteristics. Therefore commercial A.C. wattmeter cannot be used for measurement of the arc power. Most of arc energy measuring systems are developed for relay contact arc measurement. Relaly arc requires integrated instantaneous power because relay arc finishes in a short instant. But most of welding powers are continually consumed powers, therefore instantaneous power must be continually indicated in the form of averagy value. The author propose a new measurement method of power in which the current and voltage of welding electrode is multiplied and the resultant signal is passed to low pass filter in order to remove higher order frequency components. After integrating, the signal is devided by the integral interval and the results are stored in a computer memory.
A study on the optimal feedback control using a microcomputer
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 11, issue 4, 1987, Pages 41~49
Recently microcomputers have come into wide use in the field of control. They are used not only as monitors and or controllers in various plant control systems but also for Computer Aided Design of control systems. In this paper, authors propose a method to design the reduced order observers for the higher order systems and have digital simulation of time responses of the optimal state feedback control system using the maximum principle. And the real time optimal state feedback control system for the third order plant which is realized by an anolog computer is constructed by means of a microcomputer, A/D converter and D/A converter. Time responses of the real time control system are compared with those obtained by the digital simulation and their well coincedence is confirmed.
Characteristics of temperature change in friction between different metals
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 11, issue 4, 1987, Pages 50~58
At present it has been cleared that even carefully polished surfaces have irregularities on them which are large compared with molecular dimensions by the progress of a scanning electron microscope. When two solids are placed together, the real area of contact is very small, so that the local pressure is high and, in general, exceeds the yield pressure of the metal. Plastic flow of the solid occurs at the summits of the irregularities so that the real area of contact is proportional to the applied load. There is adhesion at local resions of contact and the friction is, in a large measure, the force required to shear them. On this view point, the friction experiment with different specimens which are carbon steel, copper and constantan was attempted to know the characteristics of temperature change in contact with different metals. Various experiments are summerized as follows; 1) With metals of high melting point, momentary 1000 .deg. C may last below
of a second. It is thought that above phenomena back up previous adhesion theory in wear. 2) As a general rule, surface temperature in contact with different metals becomes high when the load increases while it is observed that surface temperature decreases when the load increases with shapes of specimens.
A study on optimum design and high efficiency operation for commutatorless Kramer type slip power recovery system of induction motor
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 11, issue 4, 1987, Pages 59~74
In this dissertation, a complete model of commutatorless static Kramer type slip power recovery system of 3.phi. induction motor has been designed and tested in the laboratory, and the experimental results are compared with the numerical values. The main results of this study are summerized as follows. (1) Maintenance and repair of the mechanical commutator is obviated by adopting a thyristor commutator in place of the mechanical commutator in the conventional Kramer system. (2) The experimental results of developed torque, and stator current are generally coincided with the numerical values obtained by the derived equation, proving their validity. (3) This system is simulated and the following operational characteristics are obtained with suitable design values : (a) The speed control range of 7:1 is obtained when the turn ratio of induction motor is lowered to about 3:1 to 4:1 and the generating constant of auxiliary synchronous motor is increased to 120-175 range. (b) Its efficiency can be increased to 75-85%, the range for static Scherbius system and its power factor takes values in the range of 65-85%, which is twice of the range for static Scherbius system.