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Volume 2, Issue 4 - Dec 2006
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Concept Design of Servo System for the Holographic Memory of One Dimensional Spatial Light Modulator
Kim, Young-Joo ; Chung, Suk-Ho ; Yi, Jong-Su ; Yun, Sang-Kyeong ;
Transactions of the Society of Information Storage Systems, volume 2, issue 4, 2006, Pages 214~218
The focus and tracking servo system has been designed and proposed for the holographic memory of one dimensional spatial light modulator(SLM). The general servo method of conventional ODD system was based and modified for new holographic memory. The pre-grooved disc pattern and special dichroic coating were also included for new design in this research and the final separated optics are expected to be applied to the future general holographic memory as well as the one dimensional SLM holographic memory.
Design of Elliptic Solid Immersion Lens for Dual Layer Near Field Recording
Kim, Wan-Chin ; Choi, Hyun ; Song, Tae-Sun ; Park, No-Cheol ; Park, Young-Pil ;
Transactions of the Society of Information Storage Systems, volume 2, issue 4, 2006, Pages 219~223
Near field recording(NFR) technology has been considered as a strong candidate to surpass the far-field diffraction limit imposed by the nature of light in present optical disk drives such as CD, DVD, and BD(Blu-ray Disk). In this paper, we suggest novel inside near-field dual layer recording concept using elliptic shape solid immersion lens(ESIL).
Optical Performance Evaluation of SIL Assembly with Lateral Shearing Interferometer
Lee, Jin-Eui ; Kim, Wan-Chin ; Choi, Hyun ; Kim, Tae-Seob ; Yoon, Yong-Joong ; Park, No-Cheol ; Park, Young-Pil ;
Transactions of the Society of Information Storage Systems, volume 2, issue 4, 2006, Pages 224~229
There has been studied flow to minimize the spot size to increase data capacity. Optical data storage devices are being developed near practical limits with wavelength and NA of 405nm and 0.85. There has been studied many types of next generation storage devices such as blu-ray multilayer system, probe based data storage and holographic data storage. Among these data storage devices, solid immersion lens(SIL) based near field recording (NFR) has been widely studied. In this system, SIL is the key component that focuses the laser beam with a very small size which enables ultra high data capacity. Therefore, optical performance evaluation system is required for SIL assembly. In this dissertation, a simple and accurate SIL assembly measurement method is proposed with wedge plate lateral shearing interferometer(LSI). Wedge plate LSI is cheaper than commercialized interferometer, robust to the vibration and the moving distance for phase shifting is large that is order of micrometer. We designed the thickness, wedge angle, material, surface quality and wavelength of wedge plate as 1mm, 0.02degree, fused silica, lamda/10(10-5) and 405nm, respectively. Also, we confirmed simulation and experimental results with quantitative analysis. This simple wedge plate LSI can be applied to different types of SIL such as solid immersion mirror(SIM), hemispherical, super-hemispherical and elliptical SIL.
Topology Optimization of an Electromagnetic Coupler Considering Force Direction
Yang, Seung-Jin ; Yoo, Jeong-Hoon ;
Transactions of the Society of Information Storage Systems, volume 2, issue 4, 2006, Pages 230~235
The machine locking system is an important device for the safety of persons using the machine. In this study, a locking system using electromagnetic fields is proposed to decrease the defects and the cost for repairing and maintenance of the existing locking system using structural mechanism. We analyze the electromagnetic locking system and calculate the generated force considering direction by the finite element method. Also, we set up two design domains for the topology optimization; first domain is optimized to reduce the volume and the other is optimized to maximize the generated force keeping the volume, especially. The optimal design is obtained by integration of the two optimized results. An improved design is obtained by the optimal topology and it is confirmed by comparison with the initial locking system.
Optimization of Glass Micro Molding Process for Glass Microlens Arrays
Bae, Hyung-Dae ; Choi, Min-Seok ; Kang, Shin-Ill ;
Transactions of the Society of Information Storage Systems, volume 2, issue 4, 2006, Pages 236~239
Glass micro molding process is the most suitable process for fabricating high precision glass microlens amy at low cost. A new glass micro molding process was proposed. Tungsten carbide mold was fabricated by imprinting and sintering process to overcome the difficulties of the conventional process. In the glass micro molding process, process conditions such as processing temperature and compression force were changed. Geometrical properties of the replicated glass microlens array were measured and compared at variety process conditions. The condition of glass micro molding process was optimized. The experimental result showed that developed process was effective to produce a glass microlens array.
Design of Moving Coil Type Optical Pickup Actuator for Flexible Disk System
Kim, Yoon-Ki ; Song, Myeong-Gyu ; Lee, Dong-Ju ; Yoo, Jeong-Hoon ; Park, No-Cheol ; Park, Young-Pil ;
Transactions of the Society of Information Storage Systems, volume 2, issue 4, 2006, Pages 240~244
As high-definition television(HDTV) broadcasting becoming more generalized, there have been many researches and developments about a large storage capacity and a fast data transfer rate in optical disk drives (ODD). Pickup actuators must have high flexible mode frequencies and large gain margins. Flexible modes are caused by the flexibility of moving parts in the actuator and a servo bandwidth is limited by them. As a result, the system becomes unstable for high-speed operations in high density reading and recording. In this paper, we suggest improved modeling method in considering of the bonding layer. And, the flexible mode frequency of actuator is improved by Design of Experiments of lens holder. The Magnet circuit is designed considering the relation with the moving part. Through improving the yoke design, the magnetic flux is changed and the DC tilt is reduced. Consequently, we designed an actuator which has a high flexible mode frequency and a large gain margins.
Behavior Analysis and Empirical Relation for a Flexible Disk with High Speed Rotation
Lee, Ho-Ryul ; Rhim, Yoon-Chul ;
Transactions of the Society of Information Storage Systems, volume 2, issue 4, 2006, Pages 245~250
Organizations such as broadcasting stations and libraries which deal with huge amount of information require high-capacity storage systems for archiving their materials and information. It is necessary and urgent for the storage people to develop a compact, high capacity, and low-cost data storage systems. Even though the Blue-ray technology is commercialized and now it is on the market, demand for the compact and low-cost system is still increasing. A flexible disk system has been introduced recently to satisfy above mentioned requirements. The system uses multiple of thin disks and is expected to achieve technical requirements. However, decreasing the disk thickness makes it difficult to read and write data because it decreases the disk rigidity so that the transverse vibration of the rotating disk increases easily due to both the interaction with surrounding air and the vibration characteristics of thin flexible disk itself. In this study, flat-type stabilizer is proposed to suppress the transverse vibration of a
-thick polycarbonate disk. Characteristics of disk vibration have been studied through the results of numerical analysis from the fluid mechanics point of view. Numerical simulation is verified through the experiment by measuring the gap between the rotating disk and the stationary flat stabilizer. The axial deflections of the disk are computed for various rotating speeds and reference gap sizes and then a method of regression is applied to those data. As a result, an empirical relation is proposed for the steady deformation shape of the rotating disk.
Design of a Linear Ultrasonic Actuator for Small Lens Actuation
Kwon, Tae-Seong ; Choi, Yo-Han ; Lee, Seung-Yop ;
Transactions of the Society of Information Storage Systems, volume 2, issue 4, 2006, Pages 251~256
There is a great demand of micro-actuators for mobile information devices such as SFF optical drives and mobile phone cameras. However, the magnetic coils used in conventional electromagnetic motors are a major obstacle for the miniaturization because of their complicated structures and large power consumption. In this paper, a linear ultrasonic motor to actuate focusing lens of mobile devices is proposed. The new actuator uses a ring type bimorph piezoelectric material, and
mode is adopted for applying linear motion. The interaction between inertia force and friction force makes linear motion by high-frequency saw signal input. The saw signal gives steady forces on the one direction by asymmetric inclination property of the signal itself on time domain. A commercial FEM(ANSYS) was used in this investigation for simulating structural analysis, identification of dynamic property, such as resultant displacement and coupled analysis with piezoelectric material. To evaluate the performance of the new design, a prototype was manufactured and experiments were carried out. Experimental results show the actuator motion of 5.4 mm/s at 10V saw signal of 41 kHz.