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Volume 8, Issue 4 - Dec 2005
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A Study on In-Flight Alignment Using the Flight Distance of Vehicle
Yu, Hae-Sung ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 5~10
This paper presents the new in-flight alignment method using the flight distance of vehicle in order to improve the performance of the heading error estimation. In the proposed method, the Kalman filter having the difference between GPS and SDINS position as measurements is used for levelling of SDINS and heading error is estimated utilizing the flight distance information. It is shown in the simulation results that the in-flight method proposed in this paper has the high accuracy in heading error estimation and the heading error can be very quickly estimated at the high speed vehicle, compared with the existing method using the Kalman filter.
Analysis of the Dynamic Characteristics of the Underwater Discharge System using a Linear Pump
Park, In-Ki ; Jung, Chan-Hee ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 11~17
In this paper, the mathematical model of the underwater discharge system using a linear pump is derived and the suitable opening pattern of a flow control valve which satisfies the discharge performance requirements is obtained through the underwater discharge simulations. The simulation results show that the dynamic characteristics of a projectile are greatly affected by the opening pattern of the flow control valve, however, hardly by the diving depth. It is anticipated that the simulation model can be used to derive the design parameters and analyze the performance of the designed underwater discharge system using a linear pump.
The Study on Reducing Cogging Torque of Propulsion Motor for Electric Ship
Bin, Jae-Goo ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 18~23
Ships have been propelled and maneuvered by electrical drives since trle late seventies. Recently, rare earth PMs allow the design of brushless motors with very high efficiency over a wide speed range. This is the most important factor in ship propulsion technology. Several types PM motors have been developing for ship propulsion system. However these have disadvantage such as cogging torque. It causes an undesired effect that contributes to output ripple, vibration, and noise of machine. Therefore several techniques may be adopted in designing PM motor in order to reduce the cogging torque. This paper describes cogging torque receding methods such as adjusting arigap length, magnet arc, and magnet thickness. That are analysed by using the finite element method(FEM) and the maxwell stress tensor method.
The Research of Naval Tracking Filter using IMM3 for Naval Gun Ballistic Computer Unit
Lee, Young-Ju ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 24~32
This paper describes the tracking filter performance for Naval Gun Ballistic Computation Unit(BCU). BCU needs tracing filter for gun firing. Using data of tracking sensor, BCU calculates the future position of Target and Gun order in the time of flight. In this paper, tracing filter is designed with interacting multiple model(IMM). The tracking algorithm based on the IMM requirers a considerable number of sub-model for the various maneuvering target in order to have a good performance. But, in the case of ship target, the maneuvering is restricted compared with the air target. Considering the maneuvering properties and adjusting the mode transition probabilities and the process noise of sub-model, We designed the IMM3 algorithm for Naval tracking filter with three sub-model.
A Study of the Conceptual Design of Medium Size Utility Helicopter Rotor System
Kim, June-Mo ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 33~41
This paper describes the conceptual design of medium size helicopter rotor system. Based on assumed design requirements, trade-off study for rotor configuration has been conducted in terms of rotor tip speed, disk loading, blade area, solidity, etc for estimated primary mission gross weight. For the main rotor, four-blade and five-blade rotors are studied with the conventional tail rotor. The performance analysis for baseline configuration is conducted using a helicopter performance analysis program. The analysis shows design results satisfy the design requirements.
A Study on Analysis of Error Correction Code in Server System
Lee, Chang-Hwa ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 42~50
In this paper, a novel method is proposed how the ECC(Error Correction Code) in server system can be investigated and the robustness of each system against noisy environment and element failure in memory module has been verified. Chipset manufacturers have hided the algorithm of their Hamming code and the user has difficulty in verification of the robustness of each system. The proposed method is very simple, but the outputs of the experiment explain the core ability of error correction in server system and helps the detection of the failure element. On the basis of these results, we could expect the robustness of digitalized weapon system and the efficient design of our own error correction code.
Development of Aerospace Components Forming Technology using Superplasticity and Diffusion Bonding Characteristic
Lee, Ho-Sung ; Yoon, Jong-Hoon ; Yi, Yeong-Moo ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 51~55
In this paper, a near net shape technology using superplasticity and diffusion bonding characteristics was presented for application to various components of aircraft and missiles. Due to these special characteristics of some aerospace alloys, it is possible to produce complex components to shape very near final dimension with enhanced design freedom, reduced material usage, and overall saving of weight and cost. The high pressure vessel for a space launcher was fabricated with Ti-6Al-4V alloy by superplastic forming and diffusion bonding process and the failure characteristics are compared with conventionally fabricated vessel spin formed and TIG welded. The structural integrity of the superplastic forming and diffusion bonding process was successfully demonstrated.
A Method of Boresight Error Compensation for Missile Radome
Kim, Gwang-Hee ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 56~63
The radome boresight error degrades the microwave seeker ability and the missile guidance performance. It increases the miss distance, also. This paper propose a method of radome boresight error measurement and compensation. The compensation method consist of radome analysis and radome compensation. In the radome analysis stage, we can know that the electromagnetic characteristics distorted by radome. In the compensation stage, the look-up table is built and used for compensation. The test uses a FMS(Flight motion simulator) and adjusts the FMS setup error for more accuracy. The result shows that not using an elaborate radome measurement equipment, the radome boresight error is well compensated easily.
A Design Method of the 94GHz(W-Band) Waveguide Harmonic Voltage Controlled Oscillator for the Armor Sensor
Roh, Jin-Eep ; Choi, Jae-Hyun ; Li, Jun-Wen ; Ahn, Bierng-Chearl ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 64~72
In this paper, we propose a design method of the millimeter-wave(W-Band) waveguide cavity harmonic voltage controlled oscillator(VCO) using a Gunn diode for the armor sensor. Using the 3-dimensional simulation tool(Ansoft
), we were able to find the impedance matching point between waveguide and Gunn diode and estimate the oscillation frequency. A varactor diode is used for the frequency tuning, and we find out the equation for the calculation of the tunable frequency range. The designed VCO shows good performances; 17dBm output power at 94GHz center frequency, 520MHz frequency tuning range similar to the estimated value(480MHz).
Shock Waveform Synthesis Methods for Shock Response Spectrum over Short Time Interval, Digital Filter for Obtaining Shock Response History and Applications Thereof
Yoon, Eul-Jae ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 73~82
This paper describes shock waveform synthesis methods for a shock response spectnlm over a short time interval with which intereference between parts within a test item is increased to perform a sufficient shock test for damage or malfunction which may be caused by the interference between parts, and a digital filter for obtaining a shock response history required for the shock waveform synthesis and a digital inverse filter for restoration by inversely using the digital filter. The time at which the maximax value occurs in the response history is detected in order to establish a delay time which is one of the parameters in the wavelet, on the condition that the natural frequency of SDOF system with a Q (quality factor) of 10 equals to the wavelet frequency of the zero delay wavelet input. A shock response spectrum over a short time interval and an abrupt change in the acceleration for an instant are illustrated as features of the synthesized waveform.
Characteristics study II of biological materials using pyrolysis-mass spectrometry
Choi, Sun-Kyung ; Park, Young-Kyu ; Park, Byeng-Hwang ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 83~91
Pyrolysis-mass spectrometry has been used to characterize the 17 biological materials including bacteria and proteins. In this study, an in situ thermal-hydrolysis methylation(THM) procedure using tetramethylammonium hydroxide(TMAH) was employed. The biological materials are ionized using chemical ionization(CI) method with ethanol by ion trap mass spectrometer(ITMS), which attached with our own made pyrolyzer module, and then their pyrolysis mass spectra were obtained. The major distinct characteristic peaks were selected from all the range of mass spectra, and analyzed using principal component analysis(PCA) method to assess the classification/identification possibility of biological materials.
A sliding mode control of an electro-mechanical fin actuation system using extended reducer-observer(ERO)
Gu, Jeong-Hoi ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 92~100
The objective of this paper is to design a sliding mode controller of an electro-mechanical fin actuation system using extended reducer-observer(ERO) which is used in order to estimate the velocity. The employed observer enables proper estimation of the plant state variables, even in the case of the constant or slow varying load torque disturbances. The effectiveness of this control scheme is verified by comparison with a PID control through a series of simulation studies. The simulation results show that the sliding mode control designed with the ERO gives good control performances.
Study on Residual Velocity of Steel Sphere Perforating Light Weight Thin Plate
Song, Min-Cheol ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 101~110
In this paper, the experiments have been conducted to measure the residual velocity for 3.5g steel ball perforating light weight metal plates of aluminum alloy and magnesium alloy. Non-contact electro-magnetic sensors were used to measure the velocity of steel ball before/after perforating plates. The thicknesses of specimens used were about 2.8mm and 4.8mm. The impact velocities of steel ball were from 662m/s to 3594m/s. With same conditions, numerical analysis using Autodyn 2D has been conducted. The results of numerical analysis corresponded with those of experiments. Also, It is suggested that the difference between the residual velocity of experiment or numerical analysis and that of THOR experimental equation of BRL grew smaller as the impact velocity were increased.
A Physical Study on the Dew Problem of Igloo Type Military Magazine
Lee, Sung-Taee ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 111~115
The compact storage of ammunitions in magazine causes serious dew problem on the surface of the shell. Lots of previous studies try to solve this problem by increasing the temperature of air in military magazine. They tried to reduce relative humidity by increasing the temperature of air, but all of them failed. One of the major reasons of these failures is analysed based on the point of view of physics.
A Study on the Dynamic Stall Characteristics of an Elliptical Airfoil by Flow Pattern Measured by PIV
Lee, Ki-Young ; Sohn, Myong-Hwan ; Jung, Hyong-Seok ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 116~123
An experimental investigation on the static and dynamic stall characteristics of elliptic airfoil was performed by PIV velocity field measurements. The flow Reynolds number was
and the reduced frequency of the pitch oscillation ranged from 0.075 to 0.125. The onset of static stall was caused by boundary layer separation which started at the trailing edge and progressed toward the leading edge. However, dynamic stall was caused by the vortex shed at the leading edge region and the flow field showed a vortex dominated flow with turbulent separation and alternate vortex shedding. The increase of reduced frequency increased the dynamic stall angle of attack and intensified the flow hysteresis in the down-stroke phase.
The effects of matrix aging and residual stress changes on
Kim, Hyung-Won ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 8, issue 3, 2005, Pages 124~130
In this paper, the effects of matrix hygrothermal aging and residual stress changes on
K3B/IM7 laminates in
water were studied. The factors causing the
water to degradation of the laminates could be the degradation of the matrix toughness, the change in residual stresses. After 500 hours fully saturated aging of the neat resin, the weight gain was 1.55% increase with the diffusion coefficient
and the fracture toughness was decreased about 41%. After 100 hours fully saturated aging of the
K3B/IM7 laminates in
water, the weight gain was 0.41% increase with the diffusion coefficient
and the loss of the microcracking fracture toughness was 43.8% of the original toughness. To see whether the residual stress influenced the fracture toughness, two ply
laminates were put in
water from 2 hours to 8 hours. The changes in residual stress in 8 hours are less than 3MPa. Because the 3MPa change is not sufficient to degrade the laminates, the main factor to degrade the microcracking fracture toughness was the degradation of the matrix fracture toughness.