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Volume 10, Issue 6 - Dec 2011
Volume 10, Issue 5 - Oct 2011
Volume 10, Issue 4 - Aug 2011
Volume 10, Issue 3 - Jun 2011
Volume 10, Issue 2 - Apr 2011
Volume 10, Issue 1 - Feb 2011
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An Analytical Study on the Improvement of the Performance of Swivel Valve Tube Couplers
Lee, Jun-Ho ; Sung, Jae-Kyeong ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 1~6
This study focused on the localization of swivel type tube couplers, which all depend on imports. In this study, a computer application analysis was performed using a finite element method as a preliminary study. In the major developments related to the objective of this study, the air brake system produced by car makers represents a different in the installation point of an air tank according to the type of cars or in the length and direction of its hoses and that leads to cause lots of problems. For solving such problems, the design of the major elements in a swivel type tube coupler was analyzed using a finite element method, and its validity was also verified. In the process that verifies the validity of this study, it was necessary to investigate how much external force affects the desorption of the tube support, which is the most important element in swivel type tube couplers. For achieving the investigation, a pressure test was implemented for the tube support according to the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards(FMVSS). In the results of the pressure test, all samples satisfied the FMVSS. In addition, several tests were implemented by installing the sample of the developed swivel type tube coupler to an actual vehicle. In particular, rotation tests with various angles were applied by welding the swivel type coupler to an air tank through an argon welding process. In the results of the installing test for an actual vehicle, it was verified that the designed structure was determined as a structure that is able to endure the eccentric torque and deformation pressure applied to several directions that are the major problems in such fixed type tube couplers. Therefore, in the comparison of the performance of the developed product with the product of PARKER, it was possible to verify that the localized swivel type tube coupler developed in this study shows more excellent than that of the existing products by PARKER.
A Study on the Characteristic Analysis of a Tilting Index Table for Machine Tools
Choi, Chi-Hyuk ; Lee, Choon-Man ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 7~12
In the recent field of 5-axis machine tools, it is necessary to improve machining ability. The tilting index table is a key unit in order to manufacture some non-rotational and 3-dimensional parts by using conventional machining centers. In this study, the structural analysis of a tilting index table is carried out and the displacement and distribution of stress in the tilting index table is analysed to design the table safely. The modal analysis is performed in order to confirm the frequency response about the vibration having a large effect on the machine tools. The dynamic analysis is performed in order to confirm the rigidity, and the structural stability has been verified.
A Study on the Effect of the Honing in SCM420H Planetary Gear
An, In-Hyo ; Ahn, Min-Ju ; Xu, Zhezhu ; Lyu, Sung-Ki ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 13~18
This study deals with the effect of the honing in SCM420H planetary gears. The hardness, tooth profile, lead and roughness of the gear surface can be improved by honing. Therein, the honing techniques are welcomed especially as one of the physical surface improvement methods. As a result, gear honing reduces vibration and noise, and will increase the life of gear. And gear honing also changes the surface of gear tooth in a short time and price, so it is a very important method in manufacturing industry. But nowadays, it is hard to find the detail information of gear honing. The test gear is a planetary gear which is used in the automotive industry. It is manufactured by the hobbing, shaving, carburizing and honing. This study investigates the effect of honing in surface shape of SCM420H planetary gears, including fatigue strength test and characteristics of honing of SCM420H planetary gears.
A Study on Grinding Wheel Manufacture and Assessment for Application in Weaving Machine
Kim, Chang-Rok ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 19~27
A weaving machine for texture industry uses a lot of needles and the nib of these needles is necessary to be kept with sharp edge. The re-grinding of the needle by a special purpose of the grinding wheel can be selected for achieving this aim. This study focused on the manufacture and performance assessment the special grinding wheel. A forming mold for the grinding wheel was designed and a sintering process for furnace process control was established. Manufactured wheels were tested for determining suitable grade of the wheel. The selection of optimal grinding conditions was achieved by a response surface method and a genetic algorithm.
Thermal-structural Coupled Field Analysis for Fire Safety Type Ball Valve
Kim, Si-Pom ; Lee, Joon-Ho ; Lee, Kwon-Hee ; Jeon, Rock-Won ; Do, Tae-Wan ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 28~32
The safety of transporting equipment in a cryogenic condition is one of important problems under the circumstances that the application weight of natural gas is gradually increasing. As a larger disaster may be generated by leakage of oil or gas from valves in case of fire occurrence of a ship, the present research applied a numerical analysis method on thermal stress distribution and deformation, etc. to the design of ball valves satisfying fire safety test's specification(API607) to prevent this. In addition, the present research progressed fire safety tests and compared the test result with numerical analysis results. The Max stress by parts was confirmed through thermal analysis of major parts to evaluate safety. The fire safety test was progressed according to the regulation of API607.
Design of Cubic Spline Interpolator using a PVAJT Motion Planner
Shin, Dong-Won ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 33~38
A cubic spline trajectory planner with arc-length parameter is formulated with estimation by summing up to the 3rd order in Taylor's expansion. The PVAJT motion planning is presented to reduce trajectory calculation time at every cycle time of servo control loop so that it is able to generate cubic spline trajectory in real time. This method can be used to more complex spline trajectory. Several case studies are executed with different values of cycle time and sampling time, and showed the advantages of the PVAJT motion planner. A DSP-based motion controller is designed to implement the PVAJT motion planning.
A Study on the Clamping Force of an Automotive Air-conditioning Hose according to the Friction Coefficient
Baek, Jae-Kwon ; Kim, Byung-Tak ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 39~46
The automotive air conditioning hose is used for connecting the components of air conditioner in a vehicle. The hose is usually manufactured by the swaging process to connect the rubber hose with the metal fitting at the end of the hose. In case that the clamping force is small, the refrigerant gas in the hose can leak locally under the severe operating circumstances. The practical test of clamping force is performed by means of the measurement of separation force. In this study, the swaging process of a hose is simulated with the finite element method, to investigate the effect of friction coefficient on the clamping force. The contact condition is used in consideration of real manufacturing process, and the material properties for the Mooney-Rivlin model is obtained by the experimental results. The result interpretations are focused on the contact forces, which is displayed graphically with respect to friction coefficient, on the surfaces between the hose and the metal fittings.
A Study for Residual Deformation and Strength Evaluation on Road Wheel of a Tracked Vehicle
Shin, Kuk-Sik ; Kang, Seong-Ki ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 47~52
A tracked vehicle is dependent on performance of power pack and suspension systems. Especially, road wheels which are components of suspension system contribute distributing vehicle weight on soil and preventing from misguiding tracks. In this study, the maximum force was calculated that a tracked vehicle is driven on the worst condition. And then, FE analyses were carried out to evaluate strength road wheel under maximum force condition. In standard of quality evaluation for road wheel, FE simulations and experimental works were carried out under thirty degree slant load of normal direction of shaft. And then, A relationship residual deformation for slant load was investigated. The result of this research is applicable to evaluate strength and to make use of basis data.
A Study on Thermal Performance of Simulated Chip using a Two Phase Cooling System in a Laptop Computer
Park, Sang-Hee ; Choi, Seong-Dae ; Joshi, Yogendra ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 53~59
In this study, a two-phase closed loop cooling system is desinged and tested for a laptop computer using a FC-72. The cooling system is characterized by a parametric study which determines the effects of existence of a boiling enhancement microstructure, initial system pressure, volume fill ratio of coolant and inclination angle of condenser on the thermal performance of the closed loop. Experimental data show the optium condition when the volume ratio of working fluid is 70%, the pump flowing is 6ml/min, and the inclination angle of condenser is 0
. This research shows the maximum values which can dissipate 33W of chip power with a chip temperature maintained at 95
Spray Flow Characteristics of Twin-fluid Water Mist Nozzle for Fire Suppression
Kim, Bong-Hwan ; Choi, Hyo-Sung ; Kim, Dong-Keon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 60~66
In the present investigation, experimental studies were conducted on the fire suppression performance of twin-fluid water mist spray which is subjected to thermal radiation in a closed space. Downward-directed water-mist sprays, interacting with an under kerosene pool fire, were investigated in a test facility. The mass mean diameter of water-mist droplets were measured by PMAS under various flow conditions. The developed twin-fluid water mit spray nozzle satisfied the criteria of NFPA 750, Class 1. The mechanism of fire suppression by fine water mist was concluded to be the cooling of the fire surface which leads to the suppression of fuel evaporation. It was proved that the automatic twin-fluid water mist spray system under lower pressures could be applied to an industrial facilities.
Study on Flow and Stress Analysis of Gas Turbine Blade
Cho, Jae-Ung ; Han, Moon-Sik ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 67~72
Turbine blades operate under high temperature and pressure. The influence changes according to its width and angle. Thermal stress and pressure are important factors to analyze the stress distribution. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of loads on the gas turbine blade using thermal stress analysis. These analysis results show the gas fluid flow with a high pressure around the surface of blade. Gas temperature is related to the pressure of flow around the blade. The stress concentration around blade is shown and the concentration is due to the difference between suction side and pressure side of combustion gas.
Stress Analysis of a Clamp Chuck for Machining of a Ring Gear
Sim, Han-Sub ; Kim, Hae-Ji ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 73~78
This study contains to theory and analysis research for the stress and the translation of an expand disk that fix a ring gear for tooth profile machining. The stress of the expand disk is analysed by the finite element method(FEM) to calculate design parameters. From the analysis results, the stress of the expand shows a linear tendency under various fixing force. This results show that the expand disk have a elastic characteristics as a disk spring. The maximum stress was observed on under side in split section of the expand disk. It is verified that the analysis results are useful to calculate design parameters of the expand disk.
Crack Effects on Dynamic Stability of Elastically Restrained Valve-pipe System
Hur, Kwan-Do ; Son, In-Soo ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 79~86
The dynamic instability and natural frequency of elastically restrained pipe conveying fluid with the attached mass and crack are investigated. The pipe system with a crack is modeled by using extended Hamilton's Principle with consideration of bending energy. The crack on the pipe system is represented by a local flexibility matrix and two undamaged beam segments are connected. In this paper, the influence of attached mass, its position and crack on the dynamic stability of a elastically restrained pipe system is presented. Also, the critical flow velocity for the flutter and divergence due to the variation in the position and stiffness of supported spring is studied. Finally, the critical flow velocities and stability maps of the pipe conveying fluid with the attached mass are obtained by the changing parameters.
Effect of Cooling Method on Surface Roughness in Turning
Kim, Yeong-Duck ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 87~93
CNC lathe machining has been widely used for parts machining of vehicles, aircraft, ships, electronics, etc. because cost savings for shortening processing time and increasing productivity are great. In this study, the purpose is to investigate the effect of cooling methods such as oil mist, water-soluble cutting oils on the workpiece surface roughness with the cutting speed, cutting depth, tool nose radius and feed rate of CNC lathe machine as a parameter in the cutting process of the aluminum alloy 2024 which is used a lot recently on aircraft parts. It is found that oil mist is coolant and water-soluble cooled by cutting the experimental conditions, cutting speed and cutting depth without effecting the surface roughness value was constant.
Sliding Friction Property of Angle Effect for Crosshatch Micro-grooved Pattern under Lubricated
Kim, Seock-Sam ; Chae, Youn-Ghun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 94~99
Micro-scale surface pattern has an benefit of tribological application under lubricated sliding contact. Therefore, a special pattern, that has to reduce the coulomb friction under contact, is considered to be necessary for improved efficiency of machines. The current study investigated the friction property of angle effect for micro-scale grooved crosshatch pattern on bearing steel surface using pin-on-disk type. The samples fabricated by photolithography process and then these are carry out the electrochemical etching process. We discuss the friction property due to the influence of hatched-angle on contact surface. We could be explained the lubrication mechanism for a Stribeck curve. It was found that the friction coefficient depend on an angle of the crosshatch on contact surface. It was thus verified that micro-scale crosshatch grooved pattern could affect the friction reduction.
Transition Condition of Microscopic Wear Mode for TiN Coating by SEM Tribosystem
Moon, Bong-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 100~107
To evaluate the wear characteristics of very thin ceramic coated layer, it is very important to investigate its wear process in great detail. An effective method for investigating the wear of a thin layer is the observation of wear process in microscopic detail, using in-situ system. In this study, based on the SEM Tribosystem as in-situ system, the microscopic wear mode of TiN coatings was investigated in repeated sliding. Consequently, four modes were revealed for TiN coatings: Ploughing, powder formation, flake formation and coating delimitation. Sc(Severity of contact) can clarify transition condition of those microscopic wear modes.
Fundamental Research on Polishing of Glass Plates by Coated-type Magnetic Abrasives
Moon, Bong-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Manufacturing Process Engineers, volume 10, issue 3, 2011, Pages 108~112
In order to obtain excellent flatness and surface roughness of glass substrate disk, uniform distribution of abrasives should be important for uniform polishing. We introduced coated-type magnetic abrasives and magnetic field to a lapping for the improvement of surface roughness and removal rate. Polishing properties with the conventional diamond abrasives and the coated-type magnetic abrasives were compared. As a result, the coated-type magnetic abrasives showed small surface roughness and large removal rate by applying magnetic field. And it also was shown that coated-type magnetic abrasives could save the more amount of polishing liquid under the same removal rate than the conventional diamond abrasives can.