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Volume 9, Issue 6 - Dec 2000
Volume 9, Issue 5 - Oct 2000
Volume 9, Issue 4 - Aug 2000
Volume 9, Issue 3 - Jun 2000
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Apr 2000
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Feb 2000
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High Efficiency Deep Grinding
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 8~14
Intelligent Design Support System for Machine Tool Design
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 15~24
An intelligent software system which can support efficiently and systematically machine tool design by utilizing deign knowledge is described in this paper. The process of embodiment design of a machining center was modelled represented by IDEF0 and embedded in the system. A hybrid type inference engine has been introduced so that the system can effec-tively deal with knowledge represented in diversified forms The design system was developed on the basis of object-ori-ented programming and has been coded into one software system which can be ported on Windows NT.
Ther trend of Internationial Standards
Aizoh Kubo ;
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 25~35
Drill Shape and Cutting Conditions for Environmentally Conscious Drilling
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 36~44
In this paper drill shape and cutting conditions for environmentally conscious dry drilling of A319 Al-alloy are studied by experimental method. The experiment is planned with Taguchi's method that is based on the orthogonal array of design factors. The result is summarized as follows (1) Drill geometry optimization can increase the number of holes in dry drilling and also large helix angle and large point angle are desirable in dry drilling. (2) It is found that cutting conditions that is cutting speed and feed rate are closely related to the drill geometry(3) For dry drilling of Al-alloys drill shape and cutting conditions are selected and tested by experimental method. But it is found that the perfect dry drilling is difficult because of the machining characteristics of Al-alloys and so new machining method such as minimal lubricant application is required.
Evaluation of Chaotic evaluation of degradation signals of AISI 304 steel using the Attractor Analysis
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 45~51
This study proposes that analysis and evaluation method of time series ultrasonic signal using the chaotic feature extrac-tion for degradation extent. Features extracted from time series data using the chaotic time series signal analyze quantitatively material degradation extent. For this purpose analysis objective in this study if fractal dimension lyapunov exponent and strange attractor on hyperspace. The lyapunov exponent is a measure of the rate at which nearby trajectories in phase space diverge. Chaotic trajectories have at least one positive lyapunov exponent. The fractal dimension appears as a metric space such as the phase space trajectory of a dynamical syste, In experiment fractal(correlation) dimensions and lyapunov experiments showed values of mean 3.837-4.211 and 0.054-0.078 in case of degradation material The proposed chaotic feature extraction in this study can enhances ultrasonic pattern recognition results from degrada-tion signals.
Optimum Design of 3-Dimensional Panel Surface Grinder System
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 52~58
the quality of a TV is closely connected with the high quality surface of Braun tube. To get high quality surface an improved grinding system is needed. It has three main parts : the housing part of supporting frame the outershaft part rotat-ed by motor and the innershaft part having eccentricity from the rotation axis of the outershaft. the housing part and the outershaft part are connected by outerbearings, The outershaft part and the innershaft part are connected by innerbearings. Although the outershaft part is rotated at high-speed the innershaft part is not rotated by offset coupling. The high quality grinding surface can be obtained by this mechanism of panel surface grinder, Because the innershaft is unbalanced by eccentricity from rotation axis of outershaft the unbalancing vibration is resulted In this rotor system with high-speed rota-tion the unbalancing vibration makes the opertion unstable. In this research the transfer function is obtained bythe frequency response analysis of finite element model. The simu-lation result is proved by comparing with the experimental result measured by signal analyzer Then the results are corre-lated. in order to improve the design an optimization method is used instead of two-planes balancing method The parts of the 3-dimensional panel surface grinder satisfy the each constraint, The result shows that the design of the panel surface grinder can be optimized.
Optimal Design of Frame Structure Considering Buckling Load
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 59~65
In this paper the comparison of the first order approximation schemes such as SLP(sequential linear programming) CONLIN(convex linearization) MMA(method of moving asymptotes) and the second order approximation scheme SQP(sequential quadratic programming) was accomplished for optimization of nonlinear structures. It was found that MMA and SQP are the most efficient methods for optimization. But the number of function call of SQP is much more than that of MMA. Therefore when it is considered with the expense of computation MMA is more efficient than SQP. In order to examine the efficiency of MMA for complex optimization problem it was applied to the helicopter tail boom con-sidering column buckling and local wall buckling constraints. it is concluded that MMA can be a very efficient approxima-tion scheme from simple problems to complex problems
A Study on the Surfaces Modification of Tool Steel by YAG LASER
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 66~71
Laser induced surface hardening of Tool steel(STC5) can be achieved either with or without surface melting. In trans-formation hardening as the surface is heated to a temperature below its melting point and is rapidly cooled solidified microstructures are usually much finer and stronger than those of the base matals. For this reason surface modification of tool steel by YAG laser irradiation has been studied as a function of processing parameters such as power density pulse width defocusing distance and molten depth. The high energy density changes and refines the microstructure of the near surface layer. In the case of beam passes martensite formed in the melt zone exhibited very high vickers hardness values. Molten depth and width depend on defocusing distance and energy of black color painting is more absorptive than other color painting.
A Study about Character of Tool Wear and Chip on The Face Milling Cutter to Minimize Resultant Cutting Force
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 72~79
A new optimal tool design model which can be minimized the resultant cutting forces under the constrains of variables was developed. The resultant cutting forces are used as the objective function and tool angles are used as the variables. Cutting experiments of tool wear and chip length using the new and conventional tools wee carried out. Tool life of optimized cutter are more increased than those of conventional cutter by 2.29 times and 2.52 times at light and at heavy cutting conditions respectively. Chip length of optimized cutter are more increased than those of conventional cutter It is considered that the decrease of the resultant cutting forces is the cause that an effective rake and shear angles by the shape of optimal cutter
Experimental Study of Developing D/B for Polishing Automation of Die and Mold
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 80~86
Although polishing process take 30-50% of whole process of manufacturing die and mold it has not been fully automat-ed yet. Considering current trend of manufacturing it is necessary to study on polishing automation. To accomplish automation reliable database must be developed. For developing it polishing mechanism should be defined and a general empirical formula that can be applied widely should be created. In this paper it is found that polishing process must be separated into 2 process such as removing cusp and getting fine surface process and the polishing parameter which is com-posed of major machining parameters and normalization of data can be applied efficiently in making reliable database,
A Study for Cutting Resistance of TiN Coated Tools
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 87~95
By using AIP(Arc Ion Plating) of a physical vapor deposition for the first time in Korea a ceramic tool whose surface is coated single layeredly with TiN is developed. In addition cutting resistance appearing in the process of finishing cut of hardened carbon tool steel STC3 is studied. The principal and radial components of cutting resistance in those cutting conditions appear to be the same or similar and the feed component is relatively small. The feed component is found to be in proportion to cutting width and the radial component in proportion to cutting thickness. Owing to coating the cutting resistance of a TiN coated ceramic tool increas-es compared with that of a general ceramic tool.
The Prediction of Chip Flow Angle on chip Breaker Shape Parameters
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 96~101
In machining with cutting tool inserts having complex chip groove shape the flow curl and breaking pattern of the chip are different than in flat-face inserts. In the present work an effort is made to understand the three basic phe-nomena occurring in a chip since its formation in machining with groove type and pattern type inserts. These are the ini-tial chip flow the subsequent development of up and side curl and the final chip breaking due to the development of tor-sional and bending stresses. in this paper chip flow angle in a groove type and pattern type inserts. The expres-sion for chip flow angle in groove type and pattern type inserts is also verified experimentally using high speed filming techniques.
Error Identification and Compensation for NC Machine Tools Using the Reference Artifact
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 102~111
Methodology of volumetric error identification and compensation is presented to improve the accuracy of NC machine tools by using a reference artifact and a touch trigger probe. Homogeneous transformation matrix and kinematic chain are used for modeling the geo-metric and thermal errors of a three-axis vertical machining center. The reference artifact is designed and fabricated to identify the model parameters by machine tool metrology. Parameters in the error model are able to be identified and updated by direct measurement of the reference artifact on the machine tool under the actual conditions which include the thermal interactions of error sources. A volumetric error compensation system based on IBM/PC is linked with a FANUC CNC controller to compensate for the identified volumetric error in machining workspace.
An Application of the Sensitivity Method for Parameter Estimation
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 112~118
This paper deals with the application of sensitivity method to the parameter estimation for the dynamic analysis of gener-al mechanical system. In this procedure we take the derivatives of the given system with respect to a certain parameter and use this information to implement the steepest descent method. This paper will give two examples of this technique applied to simple vehicle models. This paper will give two examples of this technique applied to simple vehicle models. Simulation results show excellent convergence and accuracy of parameter estimates.
A Study on the Sculptured surface mold by using CAM system
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 119~124
In this paper based on geometric optics and geometric modeling aspheric surface of the side mirror mold with dead angle reduced have been designed and machined in a CNC machining center, Surface roughness of the mold was evaluat-ed by usin the surface shaping system. Surface generating simulation of a ball endmill process is investigated. Through the simulation based on the surface-shaping system 3-D engineered surfaces and properties of engineered surfaces are obtained, Computer simulation provides the effective working conditions through the prediction of geometric properties of engineered surfaces. The rear view mirror and room mirror play important role on the safe driving condition as a observation of environment but the rear view mirror can not provide complete information of driving environments due to the existence of the dead angle. The analysis on the shape of formed mirror shows that the proposed me？ improves range of a driver's sight.
Design of a Remotely-Controlled Robot System for Automatic Inspection and Repair of Steam Generator Hole in Nucuear Power Plant
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 125~137
In this paper we propose a new approach to the development of the automatic vision system to examine and repair the steam generator tubes at remote distance. In nuclear power plants workers are reluctant of works in steam generator because of the high radiation environment and limited working space. It is strongly recommended that the examination and maintenance works be done by an automatic system for the protection of the operator from the radiation exposure. Digital signal processors are used in implementing real time recognition and examination of steam generator tubes in the proposed vision system. Performance of proposed digital vision system is illustrated by simulation and experiment for similar steam generator moldel.
A Study on the Internal Grinding with High Quality Using Interval Type Electrolytic Dressing Method
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 138~143
The establishment of a practical ultra-precision grinding technique using Diamond and CBN wheels is one of the major key technolo-gies to improve production techniques for machine-to-difficult materials without finishing process such as lapping and polishing. But the special efficient dressing technique for ultra-fine grit type grinding wheels to stabilize the grinding ability was not developed. Recently electrolytic in-process dressing technique is proposed to ultra-fine grit type metal bonded diamond wheels to protrude abra-sives continuously from the tool surface. This technology can be widely used to surface grinding and cylindrical grinding but cannot be used efficiently to internal grinding because of the electrode attachment trouble. This paper describes the effect of interval type electrolytic dressing as proposed newly to cast iron bonded diamond wheel for efficient internal grinding with mirror type high quality ground surface
The Classification of Roughness fir Machined Surface Image using Neural Network
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 2, 2000, Pages 144~150
Surface roughness is one of the most important parameters to estimate quality of products. As this reason so many studies were car-ried out through various attempts that were contact or non-contact using computer vision. Even through these efforts there were few good results in this research., however texture analysis making a important role to solve these problems in various fields including universe aviation living thing and fibers. In this study feature value of co-occurrence matrix was calculated by statistic method and roughness value of worked surface was classified, of it. Experiment was carried out using input vector of neural network with characteristic value of texture calculated from worked surface image. It's found that recognition rate of 74% was obtained when adapting texture features. In order to enhance recogni-tion rate combination type in characteristics value of texture was changed into input vector. As a result high recognition rate of 92.6% was obtained through these processes.