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Volume 7, Issue 6 - Dec 1998
Volume 7, Issue 5 - Oct 1998
Volume 7, Issue 4 - Aug 1998
Volume 7, Issue 3 - Jun 1998
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Robust Controller Design of Robot Manipulator
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 7~13
The gloval model is developed by combining this actuator formular with robot manipulator which is reported previously . The model initially represented in the form of coupled time-varying nonlinear dynamic system. It then decomposed into the decoupled linear model using nonlinear feedback and state transformation techniques. The new model employes the pole replacement method to improve the stability of the system. Using this new model, an robust control algorithm is developed. The proposed algorithm takes two state variables, position vector and velocity vector, and one input variable from actuator, input voltage.
Development of an Automatic Design System of Progressive Die for making CPT grid
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 14~20
This paper describes a computer-aided die design system of progressive die for making CPT grid. An approach to the development of the automatic design system is based on knowledge-based rules. The developed system is designed by considering several factors, such as grid geometry and punch profile. Grid, a key component of electronic gun, is formed through a sequence of many operations, among which the pilot piercing, beading, notching, bending, swaging and slotting etc. Using the developed system, design parameters are determined and output is generated in graphic forms. Therefore the developed system provides part drawing and the assembly drawing of die set.
The Derivation of Generalized Quasi-Three Dimensional Displacement Field Equations for the Analysis of Composite Laminates
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 21~27
In the case of existing in free-edge delaminations of composite laminates which are symmetry with respect to mid-plane in laminates also, in the case of asymmetry and anti-symmetry, the generalized quasi-three dimensional displacement field equations developed from quasi-three dimensional displacement field equations can be applied to solve above cases. We introduce three paramenters in this paper, which have not been used in quasi-three dimensional displacement field equations until now. To the laminate subjected to the axial extension strain
-direction, the bending deformation
) around у-direction, the bending deformation w
) around z-direction and the twisting deformation
-direction .The generalized quasi-three dimensional displacement field equations are able to be analyzed efectively.
A New Approach to Real-Time Obstacle Avoidance of a Mobile Robot
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 28~34
This paper presents a new method for local obstacle avoidance of indoor mobile robots. The method combines a directional approach called the lane method and a velocity space approach. The lane method divides working area into lanes and then chooses the best lane to follow for efficient and collision-free movement. Then, the heading direction to enter and follow the best lane is decided, and translational and rotational velocity considering physical limitations of a mobile robot are determined. Since this method combines both the directional and velocity space method, it shows collision-free motion as well as smooth motion taking the dynamic of the robot into account.
A Study on the Workplace Noise Environment of Office Areas in Power Plant
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 35~41
The workplace noise environment is composed of three basic elements : manufacturing (in a generic sense) facilities, office areas, and the community around the facility. Work must be done by all employees , and this involves communication within a variety of locations within the facility ; areas may be extremely noisy, moderately noisy, or quiet, such as an office. At the same time, the facility should not be annoying to the community. In this paper, the workplace environmental noise of office areas in power plant are studied. Turbine generator in power plant generates the noise of 90∼95 dB(A) in the frequency range of 1 kHz, which may cause occupational hearing loss. By abatement method which are made of isolation material and distance damping effect, about 29.5 dB(A) reduction has been obtained in office areas of the Power Plant . But, the workplace environmental noise of office areas in the power plant is not suited to office's purpose.
Development of Intelligent System for Moving Condition Diagnosis of the Machine Driving System
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 42~49
This wear debris can be harvested from the lubricants of operating machinery and its morphology is directly related to the damage to the interacting surface from which the particles originated. The morphological identification of wear debris can therefore provide very early detection of a fault and can also often facilitate a diagnosis. The purpose of this study is to attempt the developement of intelligent system for moving condition diagnosis of the machine driving system. The four shape parameter(50% volumetric diameter, aspect, roundness and reflectivity) of war debris are used as inputs to the neural network and learned the moving condition of five values(material3, applied load 1, sliding distance 1). It is shown that identification results depend on the ranges of these shape parameter learned. The three kinds of the wear debris had a different pattern characteristics and recognized the moving condition and materials very well by neural network.
SLIDING MODE MOULD LEVEL CONTROL IN CONTINUOUS CASTING PROCESS
Kueon, Yeong-Seob ;
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 50~55
Mould level control system for continuous casting process involves stick-slip friction in the sliding gate , time-delay, non-linearity, and certain uncertainties such as friction force variations between molten steel and the inner wall of mould. In this paper, sliding mode control technique was used to solve these complex control problem. The controller is then designed and implemented onto the continuous casting process. Testing result shows that sliding mode controller can decrease the fluctuating magnitude of the mould level and is superior to the existing PID controller.
A Study on Machinability of SM55C for Deep Hole Drilling
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 56~63
The purpose of this is to analyze experimentally how the change of cutting speed have effects on hole over size of cutting hole, surface roughness of workpiece and roundness during the deep hole machining of SM55C with solid BTA drill using BTA drilling system. Conclusion reached is as follows. (1) The diameter was expanded for 25
m at the first section and then was reduced 0
m and 15
m respectively at the 10m and 20m section comparing to the diameter of tool with respect to the variation of cutting length at 70m/min of cutting speed. 0.15mm/rev of feed. (2) It was proved that roughness was below 8.67
m for the whole section of cutting length. (3) The roundness has been below 12
m. Regarding the polygon phenomenon, it has been proved that not only uneven best at 70m/min of cutting speed. 0.15mm/rev of feed.
A Study on Machine Vision System and Camera Modeling with Geometric Distortion
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 64~72
This paper a new approach to the design of machine vision technique with a camera modeling that accounts for major sources of geometric distortion, namely, radial, decentering, and thin prism distortion. Radial distortion causes an inward or outward displacement of a given image point from its ideal location. Actual optical systems are subject to various degrees of decentering , that is , the optical centers of lens design and manufacturing as well as camera assembly. It is our propose to develop the vision system for the pattern recognition and the automatic test of parts and to apply the line of manufacturing. The performance of proposed vision system is illustrated by simulation and experiment.
A Study on Control of the Thermal Expansion for Ball Screw of CNC Machin Tools
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 73~78
In this paper, we have studied about the thermal expansion of the ball screw used for the CNC machine tools. The hollow ball type is used for the ball screw. We have compared the conventional cooling system and function with the improved cooling system and function which is developed the path providing cooling oil in hollow ball screw. That is the temperature variation and positioning accuracy are analyzed of the ball screw. We have obtained the following results through this experiment. 1) The improved cooling system of the hollow ball screw for CNC machine tools was developed 2) The improved cooling system of the hollow ball screw has a large effectiveness on restraining the thermal expansion of the ball screw. 3) The positioning accuracy of the ball screw was improved about 2~4
m using temperature -controlled cooling oil.
Development of a CAM System for Mold Machining using 3D Measurement Data
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 79~88
This study deals with the development of CAM system which can machine and measure any shape of mold and die by machining center and coordinate measureing machine . The overall goal of the CAM system is to achieve the mold and die machining , from digitizing through to final cutting. The hardware of the system comprises PC and machining center. CMM. There are three steps in the mold and die machining. (1) measuring of physical model by the CMM, (2) geometric modeling by the CAD system, (3) generation of NC code by the tool path compensated for tool radius. It is developed a software package, with which can conduct a micro CAM system in the PC without economical burden.
A Study on the Cross Sectional Properties Considering Bending-Shear Coupling Effect of Composite Rotor Blade
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 89~95
This paper focuses on the effect of structural coupling in the behavior of composite rotor blade. We have searched for bending, extension and shear coupling term with the ply angle of rotor blade and the dynamic behavior of rotor blade for each coupling term. It was found that natural frequency increases as the rotating speed of rotor blade increases. In the couplings with feathering, bending coupling is main parameter, because bending coupling term is larger than shear . Also, the couplings with feathering is less effective in 0
, of ply angle and more variable at blade tip.
A Study on the High Speed of Cutting Tool Feed System for the Noncircular Machining
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 96~103
With the advance of processing technology , so as to spare fuel, piston heads used in automobile reciprocating engine have complex 3-dimension, with respect to shape such as ovality, profile, eccentricity, offset, recess. Therefore, coming out of the existing process work used master cam. the process work is performed using a CNC lathe. For a precision processing, the processing work is need to make study of high speed feed gear synchronized with the rotative speed of main spindle. And then the high speed feeding system must maintain high dynamic stiffness, high speed and high positioning accuracy . In this paper, in order to achieve high speed cutting tool feeding. The linear brushless DC motor is used for satisfying this process work. The ball bush and turicite is used as the guidance of the feed gear system. Also linear encoders, digital servo amplifiers and controller are used for controlling driving motor. This paper presents the design and simulation of the new tool feed system for noncircular machining.
Assessment of Cutting Performance for SM45C using CNC Lathe
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 104~116
This paper provides a review of the performance for SM45C using the CNC lathe. Under the constant cutting area, the tool wear for large feed rate is more than the small feed rate, and the progress goes more rapidly as the cutting speed is increased. This is caused by the friction between the workpiece and the bite. The average cutting force increases as the feedrate increases, and decreases as the cutting speed increases. This is because the effective rake/shear angle becomes smaller as the feedrate becomes larger. The higher is the cutting speed and the aspect ratio (the ratio for depth of cut to feedrate), the lower is the cutting force and the surface roughness. Also, for the optimal selection of the cutting conditions, many experimental graphical data were obtained. That is, the cutting force, the tool life, and the surface roughness were measured and investigated as the depth of cut and the feedrate changed. And the size effect was examined as the depth of the cut varied.
Precise Drilling characteristics of glass fiber epoxy composite material
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 117~122
Glass fiber epoxy composite material is widely used in the structures of aircrafts, robots and other machines because of their high specific strength, high specific stiffness and high damping. In order for the composite materials to be used in the aircraft structures or machine elements, accurate surfaces for bearing mounting or joint must be provided, which require precise machining. In this paper, the machinability of the glass fiber epoxy composite material was experimentally investigated. The results can be summarized as follows : 1. The entrance of hole is very good manufacturing existing, but exit come to occur sever surface exfoliation. 2. The cutting force in drilling of the glass fiber epoxy composite material is decreased as the drilling speed increased. 3. If the glass fiber epoxy composite material is drilling by the standard twist drill, then the hole recommand cutting condition is spindle speed 400∼600rpm, feed 40∼50mm/min.
Comparative Study on the Ceramic and the TiN Coated Ceramic Tools for the Early Fracture
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 123~129
Ceramic and CBN tools are available for the difficult-to -cut-materials such as hardened carbon tool steel. stainless steel and etc. Ceramic tools are suitable for continuous turning cut, not for intermittent milling cut. Ceramic tools are likely to be chipped and abruptly broken before the appearance of normal wear in turning. In this study, TiN coated ceramic tools were found to restrain the chipping, breaking and early fracture and to increase the critical cutting velocity owing to TiN coating in PVD method.
Friction Compensator Design of a Hydraulic Proportional Position Control System
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 7, issue 4, 1998, Pages 130~135
This paper deals with a position control problem of a hydraulic proportional position control system using a friction compensation control. There are many nonlinearities in hydraulic systems. With only proportional controller, response is slow and steady-state error cannot be compensated properly. Controller designed in this paper achieves fast transient response through the velocity and acceleration feedback and good steady-state response through the friction compensator. A/D and D/A board is employed for data acquisition and manipulation. The experimental results are compared with computer simulation results using Matlab.