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Volume 18, Issue 12 - Dec 2001
Volume 18, Issue 11 - Nov 2001
Volume 18, Issue 10 - Oct 2001
Volume 18, Issue 9 - Sep 2001
Volume 18, Issue 8 - Aug 2001
Volume 18, Issue 7 - Jul 2001
Volume 18, Issue 6 - Jun 2001
Volume 18, Issue 5 - May 2001
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Automated Position Calibration of 3D Range Finder Using Spherical Object
Bae, Seok-Hoon ; Jung, Kang-Hoon ; Lee, Dong-Hoon ; Joo, Young-Kwan ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 9~11
System Integration of Custom Shoe&Wig using 3D Scanning Technology
Park, Sang-Kun ; Lee, Byoung-Kyu ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 12~16
C-Commerce Solutions for Enhancing Responsiveness to Market Changes
Yoo, Dong-Sik ; Lim, Hun-Wook ; Pahng, Gun-Dong ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 17~22
Collaborative Design using Parts Database on the internet
Oh, You-Chon ; Han, Soon-Hung ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 23~28
The Leading Frontier of Embedded Internet - SENA Technologies, Inc.
Kim, Tae-Y ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 29~33
A Study on Measurement of Crack Length by using Laser Speckle Interferometry
Kang, Young-June ; Bae, Jin-Kil ; Ryu, Weon-Jae ; Park, Nan-Kyu ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 34~41
More accurate and fast inspection method for mechanical parts and structure is required to guarantee the safety. Conventional methods using compliance method, eddy current method, ultrasonic wave, acoustic emission for non-destructive testing in mechanical parts and structure have been performed as the method of contact with objects to be inspected. With this reason these methods have been taken relatively much time, money, and manpower. In this study, in order to overcome these shortcomings, we used In-plane Electronic Speckle pattern Interferometry(In-plane ESPI) that was full-field measurement and noncontact method. We detected the cracks of the specimen at a real time and measured the length of the crack by using In-place ESPI system. Finally, we compared this results with conventional microscope method.
A Design of Color-identifying Multi Vehicle Controller for Material Delivery Using Adaptive Fuzzy Controller
Kim, Hun-Mo ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 42~49
In This paper, we present a collaborative method for material delivery using a distributed vehicle agents system. Generally used AGV(Autonomous Guided Vehicle) systems in FA(Factory Automation) require extraordinary facilities like guidepaths and landmarks and have numerous limitations for application in different environments. Moreover in the case of controlling multi vehicles, the necessity for developing corporation abilities like loading and unloading materials between vehicles including different types is increasing nowadays for automation of material flow. Thus to compensate and improve the functions of AGV, it is important to endow vehicles with the intelligence to recognize environments and goods and to determine the goal point to approach. In this study we propose an interaction method between hetero-type vehicles and adaptive fuzzy logic controllers for sensor-based path planning methods and material identifying methods which recognizes color. For the purpose of carrying materials to the goal, simple color sensor is used instead of intricate vision system to search for material and recognize its color in order to determine the goal point to transfer it to. The technique for the proposed method will be demonstrated by experiment.
Shape and Diameter Control of Microshafts in Electrochemical Process
Lim, Yung-Mo ; Lim, Hyung-Jun ; Kim, Soo-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 50~56
Fabrication methods are shown to produce slender and cylindrical tungsten shafts by electrochemical etching. The shape of microshatf formed by electrochemical etching is determined by the combination of two conflicting factors, i.e., initial shape and diffusion layer. We can obtain a desirable shaft profile by adjusting the thickness gradient of diffusion layer. The diameter of microshaft is controlled by mathematical model based on relation between process parameters and diameter.
Development of Isothermal Pass Schedule Program for the Re-design of a Continuous High Carbon Steel Wire Drawing Process
Kim, Young-Sik ; Kim, Dong-Hwan ; Kim, Byung-Min ; Kim, Min-An ; Park, Yong-Min ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 57~64
The high speed in the wire-drawing process to meet the demands for the increased productivity has a great effect on the heat generated due to plastic deformation and friction between the wire and the drawing dies. During the high carbon steel wire drawing process, the temperature rise gives a great influence to the fracture of wire. In this paper, to control the temperature rise in the wire after the deformation through the drawing die, the calculation method of the wire temperature, which includes the temperature rise in the deformation zone as well as the temperature drop in the block considering the heat transfer among the wire, cooling water and surrounding air, is proposed. These calculated results of the wire temperature at the inlet and exit of the drawing die at each pass are compared with the measured wire temperatures and verified its efficiency. So, using the program to predict the wire temperature, the isothermal pass schedule program was developed. By applying this isothermal pass schedule program to the conventional process condition, a new isothermal pass schedule is redesigned through all passes. As a result, the possibility of wire fracture could be considerably reduced and the productivity of final product could be more increased than before.
Realization of Planar 3 D.O.F Motion Emulator
Park, Sung-Won ; Cho, Whang ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 65~73
In this paper, a mobile system using multi-wheel steering and driving mechanism is proposed to maximize maneuverability of the wheeled mobile system. Among various possible configurations, the two-wheel steering and driving systems, which is minimal in structural requirement, is proposed to reduce the complexity in actual design and difficulties in control. The system possesses three or four degrees of freedom depending on the orientations of two wheels, one or two for driving and two for steering, which implies that the system's mobility is always less than three DOF. The proposed system, nonetheless, can exactly emulate characteristics of the omnidirectional motion as long as the planned path is smooth i.e., the curvature changes continuously while velocity is not zero. Efficient kinematic and dynamic control algorithms are proposed for position and orientation control of the proposed wheeled mobile system.
Fatigue Crack Behavior of Triple Piece Spot by Crack Tip Opening Angle of Welded Specimen
Song, Sam-Hong ; Joo, Dong-Ho ; Yang, Yun-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 74~83
In this study, internal fatigue crack initiation and propagation behavior were investigated by triple piece spot welded specimen. To estimate fatigue life of the specimen varied with shape and thickness, Crack tip opening angle(CTOA) correlated with stress intensity factor was used as the stiffness parameter. The relation between fatigue life and CTOA can be arranged by the quantitative equation for each specimen by experiment. In addition, the variation of stress distribution was solved and the effect on fatigue crack behavior was examined by finite element method(FEM).
A Study on the Design of a New Web Guiding Mechanism Using a Tilting Roller
Shin, Han-Shic ; Jee, Hyuk-Jong ; Shin, Kee-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 84~89
The alignment of the rollers carrying the web is found to be one of important factors to the lateral behavior of the moving web and to the quality of the final web products. But, the perfect alignment of the rollers is not always possible and the web itself can be cambered. Thus the control of lateral behavior of the moving web is critical in the most of web handling systems. The web guiding system that adjusts the angle of the alignment between two adjacent rollers is commonly used in industry. But, in this paper a new web guiding system is proposed by using the lateral dynamics of the moving web induced by a tilted roller in normal direction of a web. The computer simulation study was carried out to verify the steering performance of the suggested guiding system. Computer simulation study shows that the performance of the new guiding mechanism is better than that of an existing guiding mechanism.
Measurement of Micro-Tensile Properties using ESPI technique
Huh, Yong-Hak ; Kim, Dong-Il ; Yoon, Kyung-Jin ; Kim, Koung-Suk ; Oh, Chung-Seog ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 90~97
An electronic speckle pattern interferometry (ESPI) system for measuring tensile properties under micro-tensile testing has been developed. The system consists of an optical system and an image processing system. In the optical system, optical components for measurement of in-plane deformation are arranged on the path of He-Ne laser. In the image processing system, the window-based program for acquiring speckle pattern interferometric image was developed and deformation in a small specimen is continuously evaluated during the test. Using this system, tensile strain of copper foil was measured during tensile testing. Tensile specimen had the thickness and width of 22 and 500
, respectively. Tensile properties, including the elastic modulus, yielding strength and tensile strength, of the copper were evaluated and also plastic exponent and coefficient in the Ramberg-Osgood relationship were evaluated from the stress-strain curve.
Measurement of Dynamic Fracture Toughness Using Chevron Notched Ceramic Specimen
Lee, Yeon-Soo ; Lee, Young-Sun ; Park, Rae-Seok ; Moon, Young-Deuk ; Yoon, Hi-Seak ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 98~104
A dynamic fracture toughness test method with a chevron notched ceramic specimens is proposed. The notch angles of the chevron specimens were 90, 100
. Finite element analysis(FEA) were done to determine the geometrical properties of chevron-notch specimens according to notch angles. The static fracture toughness of the chevron notched alumina specimen was 3.8MP
√m similar to that of the general fracture specimen with a precrack. Dynamic fracture toughness was 4.5 MP
√m slightly higher than the static one. These research showed the possibility of the split Hopkinson pressure bar test method using the newly proposed chevron notched specimens to get the dynamic fracture toughness of extremely brittle materials such as ceramics.
Creep Crack Propagation Properties of Rotor Steel under Constant Load and Constant Ct Condition
Jeong, Soon-Uk ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 105~111
The creep crack growth properties in 3.3NiCrMoV steel were investigated at 55
by using CT specimen under constant load and constant Ct condition that was held during crack growth of Imm distance. Ct lelied on load line displacement rate, C＊usually increased with crack length though load is reduced in order to maintain constant Ct value as crack growth and appeared scatter band. At constant load and Ct region, crack growth slope was 0.900 and 0.844 each, on the other hand C＊ slope was 0.480. Fully coalesced area(FCA) ahead of crack tip increased as Ct increase to the critical value, and after that value FCA decreased. For the tertiary creep stage of crack growth test, the most of displacement was due to the steady state creep, except only small part due to the primary creep and other effects. Therefore, tests were mainly interrupted in the tertiary stage to obtain high value of Ct.
Robust Multi-Hump Convolution Input Shaper for Variation of Parameter
Park, Un-Hwan ; Lee, Jae-Won ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 112~119
A variety of input shaper has been proposed to reduce the residual vibration of flexible structures. Multi-hump input shaper is known to be robust for parameter variations. However, existing approach should solve the more complicated nonlinear simultaneous equations to improve the robustness of the input shaper with the additional constraints. In this paper, by proposing a graphical approach which uses convolution of shaper, the multi-hump convolution input shaper could be designed even if the constraints are added for further robustness. With a mass-damper-spring model, the better performance is obtained using the proposed new multi-hump convolution input shaper.
Implementation of Remote Feedback Control System via Profibus-DP Network
Lee, Kyung-Chang ; Kang, Song ; Lee, Suk ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 120~129
As many sensors and actuators are used in many automated systems, various industrial networks are adopted for real-time distributed control. In order to take advantages of the networking, however, the network implementation should be carefully designed to satisfy real-time requirements considering network delays. This paper presents the implementation of a remote feedback control system via Profibus-DP net work for real-time distributed control More specifically, the effect of the network delay on the control performance evaluated on Profibus-DP testbed. Also, the traditional PID gain tuning methods are used to demonstrate the feasibility of the remote feedback control.
Design of A Small Thin Milling Cutter Considering Built-up Edge
Jung, Kyoung-Deuk ; Ko, Tae-Jo ; Kim, Hee-Sool ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 130~136
Generally, a metal slitting saw is plain milling cutter with thickness less than 3/16 inch. This is used for cutting a workpiece that high dimensional accuracy and surface finish is necessary. A small thin milling cutter like a metal slitting saw is useful for machining a narrow groove. In this case, built up edge(BUE) is severe at each tooth and affects the surface integrity of the machined surface and tool wear. It is well known that tool geometry and cutting conditions are decisive factors to remove BUE. In this paper, we optimized the geometry of the milling cutter and selected cutting conditions to remove BUE by the experimental investigation. The experiment was planned with Taguchi method based on the orthogonal array of design factors such as coating, rake angle, number of tooth, cutting speed, feed rate. Response table was obtained from the number of built-up edge generated at tooth. The optimized tool geometry and cutting conditions could be determined through response table. In addition, the relative effect of factors was identified bh the analysis of variance (ANOVA). Finally, coating and cutting speed turned out important factors for BUE.
Sliding Mode Controller Design for Biped Robot
Park, In-Gyu ; Kim, Jin-Geol ; Kim, Ki-Sik ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 137~146
A robust controller with the sliding mode is proposed for stable dynamic walking of the biped robot in this paper. For the robot system to be controlled, which is modeled as 14 DOF rigid bodies by the method of multi-body dynamics, the joint angle trajectories are determined by the velocity transformation matrix. Also Hertz force model and Hysteresis damping element are utilized for the ground reaction and impact forces during the contact with the ground. The biped robot system becomes unstable since those forces contain highly confused noise components and some discontinuity, and modeling uncertainties such as parameter inaccuracies. The sliding mode control is applied to solve above problems. Under the assumption of the bounded estimation errors on the unknown parameters, the proposed controller provides a successful way to achieve the stability and good performance in spite of the presence of modeling imprecisions of uncertainties.
Paddle Shift Analysis During Semiconductor Encapsulation
Han, Se-Jin ; Huh, Yong-Jeong ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 147~156
ELID Grinding of Hard-To-Machine Materials on Surface Grinder
Kim, Gyung-Nyun ; Jun qian, Jun-Qian ; Ohmori hitoshi, Ohmori-Hitoshi ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 157~164
The grinding for hard-to-machine materials, such as ceramics, super alloys etc., has proven to be a very difficult and consuming process utilizing ordinary methods. In order to conduct high efficiency machining of such materials, grinding processes using metallic bond diamond wheels and applying electrolytic in-process dressing(ELID) have been attempted on a surface grinding machine. In this study, the effects of grinding parameters, and grit sizes have been evaluated in view of surface roughness, grinding force as well as step difference in simultaneous grinding of different materials. The study and experimental results are presented in this paper.
An Experimental Study on the Characteristics of Friction Between a Moving Web and a Roller
Kwon, Soon-O ; Shin, Kee-Hyun ; Hahn, Young-Ho ; Kim, Hyo-Sub ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 165~170
In the continuos process systems, traction between a moving web and rollers is one of key mechanisms for the study of major issues including the distributed control of tension, guiding, wrinkling, winding, and scratching. Energy is transferred from the driven rollers to the web and from the web to the idle rollers through traction. The characteristics of friction play major role in the determination of the traction force between the moving web and the rollers. In this paper the characteristics of friction between the moving web and the rollers are studied. A procedure to determine the friction coefficient between the moving web and rollers is developed. An experimental setup to validate the procedure is devised. Experimental results showed that the value of traction coefficient decreases as the operating web speed increases and increases as the operation web tension increase.
A Study on Mold Fabrication and Forming for PDP Barrier Ribs
Jo, In-Ho ; Jeong, Sang-Cheol ; Jeong, Hae-Do ; Son, Jae-Hyuk ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 171~176
Plasma Display Panel(PDP) is a type of flat panel display utilizing the light emission produced by gas discharge. Barrier Ribs of PDP separating each sub-pixel prevents optical and electrical crosstalks from adjacent sub-pixels. Mold for forming barrier ribs has been newly researched to overcome the disadvantages of conventional manufacturing process such as screen printing, sand-blasting and photosensitive glass methods. Mold for PDP barrier ribs have stripes of micro grooves transferring glass-material wall. In this paper, Stripes of grooves of which width 48
, depth 124
, pitch 274
was acquired by machining hard and brittle materials of WC, Silicon, Alumina with dicing saw blade. Maximum roughness of the bottom and sidewall of the grooves was respectively 120nm, 287nm in grooving WC. Maximum tilt angle caused by difference between upper-most width and lower-most width was 2
. Maximum Radius of bottom curvatures was 7.75
. This results satisfies the specification for barrier ribs of 50 inch XGA PDP if the groove form of mold was fully transferred to the barrier ribs. Barrier ribs were formed with Silicone rubber mold, which is transferred from grooved hard materials. Silicone rubber mold has elasticity accommodating the waveness of lower glass plate of PDP.
An Automated Machine-Vision-based Feeding System for Engine Mount Parts
Lee, Hyeong-Geun ; Lee, Moon-Kyu ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2001, Pages 177~185
This paper describes a machine-vision-based prototype system for automatically feeding engine-mount parts to a swaging machine which assembles engine mounts. The system developed consists of a robot, a feeding device with two cylinders and two photo sensors, and a machine vision system. The machine vision system recognizes the type of different parts being fed from the feeding device and estimates the angular difference between the inner-hole center of the part and the point predetermined for assembling. The robot then picks up each part and rotated it through the estimated angle such that the parts are well assembled together as specified. An algorithm has been developed to recognize different part types and estimate the angular difference. The test results obtained for a set of real specimens indicate that the algorithm performs well enough to be applied to prototype system.