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Volume 7, Issue 6 - Dec 1998
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Experimental Performance Analysis and Vibration Control of Commercial Vehicle Seat Suspension System Using ER Seat Damper
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 7~13
This paper presents a new concept of a commercial vehicle seat suspension system. The proposed suspension system features an ER(electro-rheological)damper which can produce continuously tunable damping forces by control elecric fields. A dynamic model of the ER damper is first achieved by incorporating Bingham property of the ER fluid, followed by the formulation of governing equations of motion for the suspension system The effectiveness of the proposed ER seat suspension system is evaluated by investigating vibration with respect to sinusoidal inputs.
Development of In process Condition Monitoring System on Turning Process using Artificial Neural Network.
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 14~21
The in-process detection of the state of cutting tool is one of the most important technical problem in Intelligent Machining System. This paper presents a method of detecting the state of cutting tool in turning process, by using Artificial Neural Network. In order to sense the state of cutting tool. the sensor fusion of an acoustic emission sensor and a force sensor is applied in this paper. It is shown that AErms and three directional dynamic mean cutting forces are sensitive to the tool wear. Therefore the six pattern features that is, the four sensory signal features and two cutting conditions are selected for the monitoring system with Artificial Neural Network. The proposed monitoring system shows a good recogniton rate for the different cutting conditions.
Attenuation Characteristics of Fluid-Borne Pressure Ripple in Automotive Power Steering Hydraulic Hoses
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 22~28
This paper presents experimental investigations on the attenuation characteristics of pressure ripple in automotive power steering hydraulic hoses. Also, a mathematical model of hydraulic hoses is proposed to support design of the power steering hydraulic circuit and analyze the attenuation characteristics of pressure ripples. The experimental results show that the pulsation attenuation characteristics of hydraulic hoses is remarkably affected by the flexible metal tube inserted coaxially inside a hydraulic hose with a finite length as well as viscoelastic properties of hose wall. It is also shown that the predicted results by the model proposed here agree well with the measured results over a wied range of frequency
Influence Rate Estimation of Gearpair on the Rattle Vibration and Counterplan Suggestion for Reduction of Gear Vibration
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 29~36
In recent year, as the demand about low vibration and noise vehicle is increased constantly. automobile companies try to a lot of things to achieve this demand. Gear rattle vibration become an emergency problem to be cured at idling. There are two kinds method to reduce idle gear rattle vibration One is optimization of clutch damper design parameters(stiffness, hysteresis torque, preload, length of lst stage) the other is system parameters modification(inertia, drag torque, backlash, etc) But these methods are impossible to estimate influence rate of each gearpair on the idle gear rattle vibration. In this study, 14degrees of freedom nonlinear model is developed to analyze influnce rate of each gearpair on the idle gear rattle vibration and the counterplan to reduce the gear noise is suggeted through the shift system modification.
A Strength Analysis of the AGV Structure using the Finite Element Method
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 37~42
The important parts of the developing AGV model are the fabrication of each part and the design technology of body frame. In the present day, design of the body frame depends on the experience of the industrial place. the systematic data need for the optimal design of the frame for the case of model change. In this study, the strength of the early stage AGV(Automatic guided vehicle) is examined with the 3-dimensional finite elemnt method. In order to verify the finite element results, the computed results are compared with the experimental data from the strain-gage output. A New model was designed by rmoving some parts of the early staged(roughyly designed) model and choosing the thickness change of the rectangular-pipes
Turning Characteristics of differential materials
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 43~50
In the use of CNC machine tool, the unmanned production system has been growing in the manufacturing field. Thus, it is necessary to monitor adequate tool fracture during the cutting process efficiently. This experimental study is intended to investigate the development of flank wear in sysnchronous turning of differential materials(Aℓ/GC) which is used in industrial application and it is acknowledged as a machine to difficult material. In cutting process change of velocity, change of feed, and change of depth of cut were investigated on the effect of flank wear, and slenderness ratio is also investigated. The conclusions of this paper are summarized as follows; 1.Under the high cutting speed condition, the flank wear is affected by the feed and depth of cut. but the influence of feed on the flank wear is larger than the depth of cut and that is reduced when the velocity is low. 2.Under the high cutting speed, as the smaller slenderness ratio is, the shorter tool life is under the lower cutting speed, the effect of slenderness ratio on the flank wear is low. 3.Using the characteristics of cutting force, the flank wear of a tool can be detected 4. Investigating the development of flank wear, there are almost no differences between the characteristics of cutting force and feed force. Finally, these data from the differntial materials cutting process will be used in the basic field of precision and economic cutting process
A study on Measuring of Motion Accuracy of NC Machine Tools(No. 2) - about Measuring of Linear Cycle Positioning Accuracy of Machining Center -
Kim, Yeong Seok ;
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 51~51
It is very important to test linear cycle positioning accuracy of Machining centers as it affect all other machines machined by them in industries. For example, if the linear positioning accuracy of each axes directions is bad, the size of works will be wrong and the change-ability will be bad in the assembly of machine parts. In this paper, measuring systems are organized to measure linear displacements of table or spindle of machine center using laser interferometer, magnescale and tick pulses comming out from computer in order to get data at constant time intervals from the sensors. And each set of data gotten from test is expressed to a plots by computer treatment and the results of linear positioning error motion is estimated to numerics by statistical treatments.
The Improvement of SNCM220 Winding Shaft in Mechanical Properties by Heat Treatment
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 61~67
To find out the reason of fracture, specimens were made from the fractured winding shaft and the mechanical properties as well as their microstructures were investigated. Several heat treatments. including caburizing and tempering were carried out to improve the microstructure, mechanical properties, fatigue crack propagation and rotating bending fatigue characteristics. Through these experiments, following conclusions were obtained. (1) Carburized and tempered specimens showed greatly improved mechanical properties including impact energy, hardness and strength. (2) The fatigue strength of the carburized and tempered specimens increased more than twice than that of the original fractured winding shaft. (3) Crack propagation of the carburized and tempered specimens were faster than that of the original fractured speciens under the same △K. However, it is believed that, in the early stage, the fatigue crack initiation and growth for the carburized and tempered specimen is more difficult.
A Study on the Prediction of Fatigue Crack Growth Rate in Stainless Steel Weldments
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 68~78
Welding structure contains residual stress due to thermal-plastic strain during welding process, and its magnitude and distribution depend on welding conditions. Cracks initiate from various defects of the weldment, propagate and lead to final fracture, The crack initiation and propagation processes are affected by the magnitude and distribution. Therefore, the magnitude and distribution of weldment residual stress should be considered for safety design and service of welding structures. Also it is very important that more accurate assessment method of fatigue crack growth must take into account the redistributing the residual stress quantitively. because the residual stress in weldment has characteristics of its redistribution with loading magnitude, number of cycles and fatigue crack propagation. In this study fatigue crack behavior of STS-304 weldment was investigated during crack propagation into tensile residual stress region or compressive residual stress region. Crack growth rates were predicted and compared with experimental results
Heat Distribution Analysis of an End-Quenching Process Considering Latent Heat of Transformation
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 79~84
It is very difficult to analyze the transient temperature distribution during quenching of the steel because of coupled effects among temperature, structures and stresses. In this paper, using Inoue's equation of evolution and mixture rule, transient temperature distribution is calculated by the finite element method considering latent heat of transformation structure and temperature dependence of physical and mechanical prperties for the 0.45% carbon cylindrical steel bar with 40mm diameter and 20mm height during end-quenching.
A study on the Assessment of Component Technology in Press-Die Making of Car Panel
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 85~91
In this paper an assessment has been proceeded about component technology that stamping car panel can be designed and manufactured efficiently. Also this study investigate standard model of CAD/CAM system in production process of automobile dies, Recently, motor companies are doing their best to increase productivity and to reduce production time. So to develop user-friendly and effective standard model of CAD/CAM system is very important. The cbtained results will lead to the reductions in lead time and man-hour required for the design and manufacture of the automobile dies.
Effective Boundary Conditions for FEM Analysis of Composite Laminates
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 92~98
This paper presents three boundary techniques which are useful for FEM analysis of composite laminates: 1) a rotational symmetric boundary technique . 2) a quasi three-dimensional boundary technique and 3) a contact boundary technique. The use of the rotational symmetric boundary technique is possible for a smaller FEM model. With the use of the quasi three-dimensional boundary tecnique. quasi three dimensional analysis of composite laminates can be performed on the conventional 3-D FEM program These techniques can readily be adopted to FEM programs.
Cutting Condition for Improving Cutting Efficiency and Accuracy by Ball Endmill on a Machining Center
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 99~103
The curved surface machined by plate end mill causes a excess non-cutting volume, in these cases ball end mill is used for the curved surfaces. This study is aimed to obtain the optimum cutting conditions of various cutting speed, table speed, tool diameter, radius of curvature roughness on the conditions of various cutting speed, tool diameter, radius of curvature when machining the curved surface using the ball end mill. After designing curve rates, obtaining NC data by CAD/CAM system through CC-Cartesian method and transferred the data through DNC system, we machined the specimens by the CNC machining center, The surface roughness of specimens was measured by surface roughness tester and CNC 3D coordinate measuring machine. The cutting condition were the same as follow velocity; 15, 20, 25 30m/min, feed rate;40, 60, 80, 100m/min and radius of curvature; 30,40,50,60mm, tool diameters; ø8, ø12, ø16, ø 20mm. Analizing the working results, we can acquire the optimum cutting condition of curved specimen at the cutting velocity of 20~25m/min and the feed rate of 80mm/min. As the same cutting condition the best surface roughness was showed at ø16mm of the tool diameter. But the tool diameter was smaller than ø8mm. we could improve for the surface roughness by controlling the cusp.
An Experimental Study on Fatigue Life of Brace Mounting Joint
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 104~109
This document is a experimental study on fatigue life of brace mounting weld joint. A brace is used to put sub-frame together on the main frame with high strength bolts. It has low fatigue life so a patch is in need for improving a fatigue characteristics of welded joint in brace mounting This paper presents the most pertinent patch size for truck. For this, a critical stress is computed at the point of fatigue crack occurred on truck frame by finite Element Analysis. Using by this critical stress. Designers are able to determin whether fatigue crack is occurred and are able to select a pertinent patch type. And then, with a selected patch type, structural joint stiffness was estimated to compare to the conventional and other patch type or brace mounting Finally, fatigue test were performed to prove a suitability of selected prototype compare with the conventional and other patch type or brace mounting.
A Configuration Design Sensitivity Analysis for Kinematically driven Mechanical Systems
Kim, D.W. ; Yang, S.M. ; Kim, H.W. ; Bae, D.S. ;
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 110~117
A continuum-based configuration design sensitivity analysis method is developed for kinematically driven mechanical systems. The configuration design variable for mechanical systems is defined. The 3-1-3 Euler angle is employed as the orientation design variable. Kinematic admissibility conditions of configuration design change. Direct differentiation method is used to derive the governing equations of the design sensitivity. Numerical examples are presented to demonstrate the validity and effectiveness of the proposed method.
Application of Taguchi Method for the Selection of Chip Breaker
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 118~125
Chip control is a major problem in automatic machining process, especially in finish turning operation. In this case, chip breaker is one of the important factors to be determined. As unbroken chips are grown. these deteriorate the surface roughness. and proces automation can not be carried out. In this study to get rid of chip curling problem while turning internal hole. optimal chip breaker is selected from the experiment. The experiment is planned with Taguchi's method that is based on the orthogonal arrary of design factors. From the response table. cutting speed, feedrate, depth of cut and tool geometry turn to be major factors affecting chip formation. Then, optimal chip breaker is selected. and this is verified as good enough for chip control from the experiment.
A Study on the Optimal Image for Precise measurement
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 3, 1998, Pages 126~131
In computer vision system of modern industry precise measuring has lots of dfficulties because of measurement error due to distortion phenomenon. Among the difficulties, the distortion of edge is regraded as a dominent problem. which is caused by the vlurred image. The blurred image apperar when camera can not discriminate its precise focus. So. it is very important to decide focus of lens and to develop algorithm in order to correct distortion phenomenon. Thus. discrimination criteria obtained by image information of precise focus must be fixed in advance. The gray level histogram of image acquired from blurred edge tends to show a uniform distribution. Bimodal intensity histogram is related with condition of focus, and it is possible to find good condition of focus by using bimodal histogram of entropy.