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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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A Study on the Texturing of Work Roll for Temper Rolling
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 7~16
A Study on the Surface Roughness of Work Roll and Strip in the Cold Rolling
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 17~24
Relation Between Uniaxial Tensile Test And Wear in Steels
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 25~33
The reorientations of the atoms by frictional shear deformation at the surface induce cracks at the boundary of the grain. The cracks grow and propagate in regions where the hydrostatic component of stress is least compressive because the compressive component restores the cracks by three-dimensional crystallizing
-bondings. The materials with Lder's band have very small amount of wear at the initial state. It suggests that initial frictional shear deformation be consumed to the formation of the Lder's band. The average wear amounts of the materials increase very steeply as the øu the stress-strain ratio at the ultimate point, decreases.
A Study on the Plain Grinding Characteristics of Carbon Fiber Epoxy Composite with the GC Grinding Wheel
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 34~47
Since carbon fiber epoxy composite materials have excellent properties for structures due to their high specific strength, high specific modulus, high damping and low thermal expansion, the hollow shafts made of carbon fiber epoxy composites have been widely used for power transmission shafts for motor vehicles , spindles of machine tools, motor base, bearing mount for tool up and manufacturing. The molded composite machine elements are not usually accurate enough for mechanical machine elements, which require turning drilling , cutting and grinding. The experiment are surface grinding wheel GC60 to the carbon fiber epoxy composite specimen with respect to staking angle nT , nT, nT on the CNC grinding machine. In this paper, the surface grinding characteristics of composite plate, which are surveyed experimentally and analytically with respect to the grinding force, surface roughness and wheel loading according to the variable depth of cut, wheel velocity and table feed rate are investigated.
Bonding of Electric Wire by Ultrasonic Welding
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 41~47
In this study, the purpose finds out the best welding conditions for bonding of electric wire by ultrasonic welding. The material was plastic-insulating low-voltage-cabels for automobiles. The experiment varied the values of welding time and welding pressure and fixed the values of amplitude and energy. With the facts, the best condition for ultrasonic welding to achieve bonding exactly is gained according to the size of the cross-sectional area of the cable, and the adhesive intensity is greatly influenced by the variables of welding time and welding pressure. Also when the welding time and welding time and welding pressure increase as the cross-sectional areas of the cable increase the welding result in gained exactly.
The Fatigue Behavior of Tailored Welded Blank Sheet Metal by Laser Beam
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 48~55
For the Tailor Welded Blank sheet used for automobile body panel, the characteristics of fatigue strength and crack propagation behavior were studied. The thickness of specimens was joined to be same (0.9mm+0.9mm) and different (0.9mm+2.0mm) .As a base test, mechanical properties around weld zone were examined . The results indicated that there were no significant decreases in mechanical properties , but hardness around weld bead was 2.3 times greater than base material . The fatigue strength was the highest when the loading direction was parallel to the welding direction, which was about 85% of tensile strength of base material. It was decreased by 8.5% when the thickness of specimens and base metal was different, and it was increased by 25% when pres-strain was applied. The crack propagation rate was noticeably decreased around weld line and rapidly increased as it passed through weld line. Reviewing the shape of the crack propagation , crack width around weld line was around the weld zone due to retardation of crack growth , but is became narrow passing weld line due to decreased toughness.
Basic Construction of Rule-Base for Grinding Trouble -shooting
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 56~61
Cognition and control of grinding trouble occurring during the grinding process are classified into a quantitative knowledge which depends on experimental data and qualitative knowledge which relies on skilful engineers. Grinding operations include a large number of functional parameters, since there are several ways of coping with grinding trouble. One is the qualitative method which depends on empirical knowledge utilizing the skilful experts from the workship, the other is the quantitative method which utilizes the experimental data obtained by a sensor. But, they are all difficult to accomplish from the grinding trouble-shooting system. The reason is that grinding troubles are now easily controlled in the quantitative method, and therefore, trouble-shooting has mainly relied on the knowledge of skilful engineers. Thus, there is an important issue of how a grinding trouble-shooting system can be designed and what knowledge is utilized among the large amount of grinding trouble information. In this paper, basic strategy to develop the grinding database of rule-based model, which is strongly depended upon experience and intuition , is described.
A Study on Determinatino of Wheel Life Using Grinding Power in Cylinderical Grinding
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 62~67
The dressing time monitoring in cylindrical grinding is very important with respect to machining efficiency. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to determine the wheel life by monitoring behavior of grinding power for WA, 19A and GC. For this purpose , we investigated indirectly the attritious wear of grain edge, the loading of grinding wheel and the breakage of grain through the grinding power and the surface roughness under various grinding conditions. From obtained the results, the relationship between the wheel life and the average sectional chip area is examined to guide for the determination of dressing time.
Effects of the Helix Angle on the Burr Formation
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 68~74
Even in a fully automated factory, many deburring operations are carried out manually . To remove or minimize the burreffectively or automatically, understanding of the burr formation which occur at the exit stage of machining is necessary. Burrs can be formed on the feed mark ridges an the edges of the machined parts in machining operations. These burrs are underirable in terms of the surface quality, the precise dimensioning of the machined parts and the safety of operators. This paper demonstrates the effectiveness of using end mill tool on minimizing the exit burr formation in machining . In particular, the experimental relationships between the size of exit burr and the cutting parameters are established in end mill machining . Methods to control the size of exit burr are then explained.
Study of Machined Surface Error Compensation for Autonomous Manufacturing System
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 75~84
The main goal of our research is to compensate the milled surface errors induced by the tool deflection effects, which occur during the milling process. First, we predict cutting forces and tool deflection amount. Based on predicted deflection effects, we model milled surface shapes. We present a compensation methodology , which can generate a new tool trajectory, which is determined so as to compensate the milled surface errors. By considering manufacturing tolerance, tool path compensation is generalized. To validate the approaches proposed in this paper, we treat an illustrative example of profile milling process by using flat end mill. Simulation and experimental results are shown.
Controller Design for Performance Improvement of Semi-Active Suspension System
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 85~90
In this paper, a robust
a controller for semi-active suspension system is proposed. For the improvement of ride quality, the robust
controller is designed to satisfy robust stability and road disturbance attenuation using an
control design procedure. The performances of the design controller for some road conditions are evaluated by computer simulation and finally these simulation results show the usefulness and applicability of the proposed robust
On-line Simulaneous Identification of Immersion Ratio and Cutting Force Ratio using Cutting Forces in Face Milling
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 91~98
In this paper , presented is a method of on-line estimation of the radial immersion ratio and cutting force ratio using cutting force. When a tooth finishes sweeping, sudden drop of cutting forces occurs. These force drops are equal to the cutting forces that act on a single tooth at the swept angle of cut and can be obtained from cutting force signals in feed and crossfeed directions. The ratio of cutting forces in feed and cross-feed directions acting on the single tooth at the swept angle of cut is a function of the swept angle of cut and the ratio of radial to tangential cutting force. In the research, it is found that the ratio of radial to tangential cutting force is not affected by cutting conditions and axial rake angle. Therefore, the ratio of radial to tangential cutting force determined by just one preliminary experiment can be used regardless of the cutting conditions. Using the measured cutting forces, the radial immersion ratio is estimated along with the cutting force ratio at that immersion angle. Various experiments show that the radial immersion ratio and instantaneous ratio of the radial to tangential direction cutting force can be estimated by the proposed method very well.
Development of a Static and Dynamic Characteristics Analysis System for Machine -Tool Spindle Systems with 3 Lobe Sliding Bearings
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 99~107
In this study, a static and dynamic characteristics analysis system for machine tool spindle systems with 3 lobe sliding bearing is developed based on Timoshenko theory, finite element method and windows programming techniques. And the characteristics value of 3 lobe sliding bearing such as eccentricity ratio, attitude angle, friction coefficient , stiffness coefficients, damping coefficients and so on, are determined by using the thermal equilibrium conditions of spindle systems. Since the developed system has various analysis modules related to static deformation analysis, modal analysis, frequency responses analysis and so on, it can be utilized to perform systematically the design an devaluation process of spindle systems with 3 lobe sliding bearing under windows GUI environment.
A Study on the Fault Diagnosis Applied to the Grinding Power Signals
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 108~116
Undesired trouble such as chatter vibration and burning on the ground surface appears frequently in the cylindrical plunge grinding process. Establishment of a credible fault diagnostic system for the grinding process is the major purpose of this study. Power signals generated during the grinding operation were sampled and analyzed to determine the relationship between grinding troubles and behavior of signal changes. In addition, a neural network was optimized with a momentum coefficient a learning rate, and a structure of the hidden layer through the iterative learning process. Based on the established system, success rates of the trouble recognition were verified.
A Study on the Compensation of the Thermal Errors for Machine Tool
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 117~122
This paper presents an indirect compensation of thermal errors during machining , in which thermal error is modelled as a linear regression of temperatures measured at 4 specified positions. In this regression model, weighting coefficients of the measured temperatures were estimated by using the least square method. The grinding test with compensation , after 4 -hour warning-up operation before the test, showed that the maximum machining error of the work pieces was reduced to 12
while it measured by 28
without compensation . Furthermore the standard deviation of machining errors was also reduced from 8
A Simulation Study of Diesel Engine with Trubocharger and Intercooler
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 123~130
Studies on the turbocharger itself or various aspects generated from turbocharged engine have been made on the performance for the natural aspirated engine equipped with the turbocharger and the intercooler. In this study, the performance prediction program based on turbocharger theory is developed for simulation which may reduced the cost and the trial -and-error time. The program is verified with the experimental results for 11, 000 cc diesel engine with the turbocharger and the intercooler . Also, various factors which are invisible in experiment are predicted using this program.
A Study on the mechanical properties of STS304-Al6351 friction welding zone
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 131~136
This study deals with the mechanical properties of STS304-Al351 friction welding zone. Main results are as follows ; under the condition of upset pressure 75MPa, the tensile strength of STS304-al6351 friction weld interface was higher than that of Al6351 base metal, and the highest tensile strength(290MPa) was obtained at upset pressure 125MPa. The hardness profile across the weld interface shows that the hardness of both STS304 and Al6351 is higher around the weld interface, and sharply increased hardness on the STS304 side is related with the plastic deformation of micro volume. As the result of analyzing the tensile fracture, it showed perfect soft fracture.
Dynamic Analysis on the Energy Regenerative Brake of Hydraulic Driven Systems
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 137~146
The hydraulic energy regnerative brake systems is introduced in this work. An accumulator stores kinetic energy during braking action, and the stored energy is used in a following acceleration action. The dynamic model of the brake system is derived for computer simulation study, and the Runge-Kutta numerical integration method is applied to the simulation work. Since the model contains several unknown parameters, these were determined by data which had been proceeded. Through a series of computer simulation , dynamic performance of the energy regenerative brake system is compared with that of a conventional system in which a conventional brake circuit is used. A series of test is carried out in the laboratory. The dynamic characteristics of the hydraulic motor system, such as the surge pressure and response time, are investigated in both brake action and acceleration action.
Reliability life evaluation of gear driving system for the intermediate shaft
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 147~153
This paper presents a design method using CAE(Computer Aided Engineering ) with the consideration of reliability for optimal gear driving system. This method considered a configuration of the intermediate shaft. There are four mounting types, such as double straddle, double overhung, output gear overhung, and input ger overhung in the intermediate shaft. The reliability and life analysis are based on the two-parameter Weigbull distribution lives of the gears and bearing . The validity and feasibility of the proposed method are verified by the application to transmission of a industry machine.
A Study on the Fatigue Crack Growth Behavior and Fracture Toughness of Martensitic Stainless Steel(12%Cr)
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Engineers, volume 9, issue 4, 2000, Pages 154~160
Martensitic stainless steels containing 12%Cr are commonly used in quenched and tempered conditions. The quenching heat treatment involves annealing to obtain austenite and to dissolve the carbides , followed by cooling to transform the austenite into martensite and often to cause carbide predipitation. In this study, we used three different tempered specimens which were temperated at 30
. The crack propagation and fracture toughness tests were performed on this three different specimens. The experimental results showed that the highest value of crack growth rate and the lowest value of fracture toughness were observed in the specimen which were temperated at
, however, when the specimen were temperated at 75
, the vale of crack growth rate was significantly decreased and the value of fracture toughness was significantly increased as compared to which were temperated at