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Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers
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Volume 5, Issue 4 - Dec 1996
Volume 5, Issue 3 - Sep 1996
Volume 5, Issue 2 - Jun 1996
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Mar 1996
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An Experimental Study of the Temperature Characteristics of a Cutting Tool in Machining of Stainless Steel
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 5, issue 1, 1996, Pages 9~16
This is an experimental investigation of the temperature generated in a cutting tool during the machining of stainless steel. The temperature results from the wear of the cutting tool are considered in order to investigate the relation between cause and effect of these factors. This possibility has been tested using a thermocouple technique to record temperature vs. time curves for a variety of cutting conditions. This is done by employing a thermocouple inserted on the tool tip near the major cutting edge. Temperature distributions are calculated using finite element method and compared to the contour maps measured by an optical system. It suggests that the temperature gradients and the tool performance will be dependent on certain facotrs in tool geometry when cutting this material.
A Study on the Vibration characterrstics for Parts Feeder
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 5, issue 1, 1996, Pages 17~26
In this paper, we have studied about the relationships between a core gap and a feeding velocity, an amplitude and the core gap by the exciting force, the parts movement and a bowl materials, and the feeding velocity and the weight of the parts in the parts feeder. The obtained are as follow : 1) Optimal condition of mean feeding velocity is speeded up largely when the core gap is in 0.6mm. 2) It can be safe to say that the relation between the feeding velocity and the exciting voltage relay on the core gap. 3) An exciting voltage is rised by an increase of the weight, but an amplitude has been in the range between 23
Experimental Study on the chuncking Pressure Distribution of Electro-Magnetic Chucks
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 5, issue 1, 1996, Pages 27~32
This paper deals with the distributions of magnetic flux of an electro-magnetic chuck which is one of the most commonly used chucking attachments in a surface grinding machine. The measured results showed good correspondence with the theoretical results which were previously presented by the same author. The normal and tangential components of the magnetic flux density were measured using the gauss meter. The measured results indicated that the magnetic flux density was periodically changing over the transverse position to the magnetic pole. The normal component of magnetic flux decreases very rapidly for the increased z position.
A study on speckle size and measurable limitations in laser speckle interferometry method
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 5, issue 1, 1996, Pages 33~42
The high coherence of laser beam has made it possible to observe interference effects even in the light scattered from rough surfaces. That's why, when object with a scattering surface is illuminated with laser light, we do see a speckled appearance due to random interference. This sort of unique property of laser speckle has bruht into existence the new noncontaciting techniques such as speckle metrology method of measuring deformation, displacement, and vibration etc of objects with high optical sensitivity. The measurable range of speckle metrology especially used to measure in -plane information, however, is limited by some factors, the so-called strain, rotation tilt of surface and out of displacement perpendicular to the plane of analysis This restrictions severly limits the measurable range of speckle metrology by causing the decorrelation of speckle patterns. It is the purpose of this paper to give a survey on the measurable limitation of speckle photography method that is one of speckle metrology. Namely we will discuss the mutual relationships and problems of each limitations adding the restriction on the largest and smallest displacement measurable with speckle methods.
Acoustic Emission Monitoring Fine Wire Drawing Process
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 5, issue 1, 1996, Pages 43~50
From a manufacturing standpoint it would be desirable to monitor the degradation of drawing die, that is essential for the maintenance of die quality, the evaluation of product integrity and the reducing scrap. Acoustic emission is powerful method in monitoring fine wire drawing process, especially in detecting the die fracture at early stage. Experiments also suggested that acoustic emission sigals contained valuable information regarding the stage of a drawing process such as the surface appearance of products and the condition of lubrication. These informations are AE monitoring techniques a possible tool in monitoring the drawing process operation. In order to approach this, this paper discusses the nature of acoustic emission signal presented which illustrate the effects of wire and die material, lubricants, and drawing speed on the generation and the mean voltage level of acoustic emission signal. From these experimental, results, we understanded controlling factors of acoustic emission generation.
A study on the Grinding Ability Evaluation of Grinding Wheel made in Korea and Japan
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 5, issue 1, 1996, Pages 51~57
Although the system for establishing grinding operation standards mainly depends on the simulation method, it is desirable to obtain highly reliable grinding data and to develop experimental technology, And, it also needs to modify the simulation models if the simulation results do not coincide with special situation due to the difference of grinding machine, wheels and workpiece materials. If simple tests are carried out to evaluate these specificity, the reliability and utility of the system can be raised higher. Therefore, it is required for evaluating wheel ability and confirming the validity of the experimental methods as well as the possibility of exchanging the experimental data between Korea and Japan to preform several kinds of grinding experiments. In this paper, experiments of cylindrical plunge grinding were conducted using the wheels of the same specification made by three typical grinding wheel manufacturers both in Korea and Japan, respectively. The grinding power consumption grinding force, the ground surface roughness, and wheel wear were measured under the same dressing the grinding conditions. The average value and standard deviation of the experiment results were calculated to compared the grinding performance of the wheels made in both countries. The experiment results show that the grinding wheel performance of Korea's is nearly equal to that of Japan's for general purpose of grinding operation. In conclusion, it is possible to exchange the experimental data between Korea and japan.