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Volume 26, Issue 12 - Dec 2009
Volume 26, Issue 11 - Nov 2009
Volume 26, Issue 10 - Oct 2009
Volume 26, Issue 9 - Sep 2009
Volume 26, Issue 8 - Aug 2009
Volume 26, Issue 7 - Jul 2009
Volume 26, Issue 6 - Jun 2009
Volume 26, Issue 5 - May 2009
Volume 26, Issue 4 - Apr 2009
Volume 26, Issue 3 - Mar 2009
Volume 26, Issue 2 - Feb 2009
Volume 26, Issue 1 - Jan 2009
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Introduction to Dual Arm Robot and Key Technology
Go, Seok-Jo ; Lee, Young-Jin ; Park, Kyoung-Taik ; Park, Chan-Hun ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 7~13
Kinematic Analysis and Control of Industrial Dual Arm Robot(AUTOMAN)
Park, Chan-Hun ; Yoo, Jung-Min ; Park, Kyoung-Taik ; Lee, Young-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 14~22
Static/Dynamic Stiffness and Strength Design of Dual-Arm Robot using CAE Technique
Lee, Jae-Wook ; Yoo, Wan-Suk ; Han, Hyun-Gyu ; Lee, Young-Chul ; Lee, Young-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 23~30
Development of Hollow-type Servo Assembly for Industrial Dual Arm Robot
Lee, Young-Jin ; Go, Seok-Jo ; Yoon, Young-Jin ; Lee, Jae-Yook ; Park, Kyoung-Taik ; Park, Chan-Hun ; Shin, Yong-Jae ; Shin, Yoon-Seong ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 31~37
Development of the Easy Teaching System for the Industrial Dual Arm Robot(AUTOMAN)
Park, Chan-Hun ; Park, Kyoung-Taik ; Gweon, Dae-Gab ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 38~44
Study on Synchronized Motion Planning for Dual Arm Robot based on OLP
Lee, Seung-Beom ; Kim, Tae-Wook ; Baek, SEung-Hwan ; Yun, Deu-Sun ; Lee, Young-Jin ; Boo, Kwang-Suk ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 45~52
Application of AE Sensor for Calibration of Depth of Cut in Micro-machining
Kang, Ik-Soo ; Kim, Jeong-Suk ; Kim, Jeon-Ha ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 53~57
There are technical requirements to manufacture large size functional parts with not only simple geometries like a flat or spherical surface but also sculptured geometries. In addition, the required machining accuracy for these parts is becoming more severe. In general, the form accuracy of machined parts is determined by the relative position between workpiece and tool during machining process. To improve machining accuracy the relative position errors should be maintained within the required accuracy. This study deals with the estimation and calibration of depth of cut using the AE signal in micro-machining. Also, this sensing technique can be applied to detect the initial contact between workpiece and tool.
Research on Ultra-precision Grinding Work of Silicon Carbide
Park, Soon-Sub ; Won, Jong-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 58~63
Silicon carbide (SiC) has been used for many engineering applications because of their high strength at high temperatures and high resistances to chemical degradation. SiC is very useful especially for a glass lens mold whose components demanded to the machining with good surface finish and low surface damage. The performance and reliability of optical components are strongly influenced by the surface damage of SiC during grinding process. Therefore, the severe process condition optimization shall be necessary for the highly qualified SiC glass lens mold. Usually the major form of damage in grinding of SiC is a crack occurs at surface and subsurface. The energy introduced in the layers close to the surface leads to the formation of these cracks. The experimental studies have been carried out to get optimum conditions for grinding of silicon carbide. To get the required qualified surface finish in grinding of SiC, the selection of type of the wheel is also important. Grinding processes of sintered SiC work-pieces is carried out with varying wheel type, depth of cut and feed using diamond wheel. The machining result of the surface roughness and the number of flaws, have been analyzed by use of surface profilers and SEM.
Shield Wire Stripping of Micro Coaxial Cable for Medical Device Using Laser
Lee, Jeong-Wan ; Kim, Jung-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 64~71
Recently as ultrasonic medical devices are gradually developed, many of those require smaller and more precision coaxial cables in the probe. So, the use of micro coaxial cable becomes an efficient solution for ultrasonic machine. However, there are many difficulties in stripping micro coaxial cable by traditional mechanical process. In this paper we use the Nd:YAG laser for the efficient striping of conduct wire of cable. Through some experiments, we found that there is a new possibility in the proposed method. Also, we propose a pre-process of the cable before stripping in order to enhance the performance.
Omni-Directional Magnet Wheel using Magnetic Shield
Shim, Ki-Bon ; Lee, Sang-Heon ; Jung, Kwang-Suk ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 72~80
When the magnet wheel rotates over a conducting plate, it generates the traction torque as well as the repulsive force on the conducting plate. Partially-cut traction torque results in the linear force into the tangential direction. To cut the traction torque, the concept of magnetic shield is introduced. The direction change of the linear force is realized varying the shielded area of magnetic field. That is, the tangential direction of non-shielded open area becomes the direction of the linear thrust force. Specially a shape of permanent magnets composing the magnet wheel leads to various pattern of magnetic forces. So, to enlarge the resulting force density and compensate its servo property a few simulations are performed under various conditions such as repeated pattern, pole number, radial width of permanent magnets, including shape of open area. The theoretical model of the magnet wheel is derived using air-gap field analysis of linear induction motor, compared with test result and the sensitivity analysis for its parameter change is performed using common tool; MAXWELL. Using two-axial wheel set-up, the tracking motion is tested for a copper plate with its normal motion constrained and its result is given. In conclusion, it is estimated that the magnet wheel using partial shield can be applied to a noncontact conveyance of the conducting plate.
Establishment of Remote Monitoring System for Wind Turbine Test Sites Based on Hierarchical Architecture
Cho, Byung-Ha ; Lee, Jeong-Wan ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 81~87
In this paper, remote monitoring system for wind turbine site is developed. This system is a hierarchical reliable monitoring system connected by wireless communication channels between monitoring host computer and modular slave measuring subsystems. The design of this systems; the slave measuring subsystems is placed in meteorological tower and wind turbine, and the supervisory host computer is in the safety zone. The slave measuring subsystems signals are from a meteorological tower, wind turbine generator and tower. For monitoring and command function, the supervisory computer is implemented with a PC using graphic user interface. This system can be transferred the information among host computer and remote computers through the Ethernet. Consequently we can get reliability but economic system. The system has the concept of universality and modularity, so it is simple and easy to implement in wind turbine test sites.
Input Shaper Design for Tower Crane in Consideration of Nonlinear Coupled Motions
Kim, Byung-Gyu ; Hong, Seong-Wook ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 88~95
Input shaping has been a very effective control method for reducing payload swing in industrial bridge and gantry cranes. However, conventional input shapers often degrade performance when applied to tower cranes because of the nonlinear coupled dynamics between rotational and radial motions in tower cranes. To alleviate this problem, a new input shaper for tower cranes is developed by means of dynamic modeling, analysis and optimization. This work investigates the tower crane dynamics along with parameters of the tower crane varied. A performance index for input shaper design is proposed so as to reduce the coupled residual vibration of a tower crane using only rotational motion of tower crane. The proposed new input shaper is verified to be effective through simulations and experiments.
Life Analysis of Parallel Opening Type Pneumatic Chuck
Kang, Bo-Sik ; Song, Chang-Seop ; Jang, Ji-Seong ; Ji, Sang-Won ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 96~102
In this study, performs analysis of the life of parallel opening type pneumatic chucks that are usually applied in the factory automation line. Pneumatic chucks have complicated failure cause because they are organized as a complex of various elements. Therefore, we analyzed the main failure mode of pneumatic chuck, and then performed life test and performance test according to the international standards. On the basis of these processes, shape parameter of pneumatic chuk is proposed that is the main factor for the calculation of zero failure test time for the reliability of pneumatic chuck and their data analysis of life distribution.
Synchronous Motion Control of Multi-Climbing Hydraulic Robots for High-Rise Building Construction Automation
Hong, Yun-Suk ; Chang, Hyo-Whan ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 103~111
Multi-climbing hydraulic robots are used to lift construction factory (CF) synchronously for applications in the automation of a high-rise building construction. In this study, synchronous motion controller is proposed for the hydraulic robots, whose strategy is not only to make each robot follow the reference path basically by sliding-mode control, but also to synchronize motions of two adjacent cent robots consecutively by cross-coupled control technique. Simulations are performed by using SIMULINK for a system similar to a practical application that includes unbalance in CF and wind disturbance. The results show that the proposed controller significantly reduces synchronous errors, compared to the individual controller for each hydraulic robot.
Effects of Slenderness Ratio on Dynamic Behavior of Cracked Beams Subjected to Subtangential Follower Force
Son, In-Soo ; Yoon, Han-Ik ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 112~120
In this paper the purpose is to investigate the stability and variation of natural frequency of a cracked Timoshenko cantilever beams subjected to subtangential follower force. In addition, an analysis of the stability of a cantilever beam as the crack effect and slenderness ratio is investigated. The governing differential equations of a Timoshenko beam subjected to an end tangential follower force are derived via Hamilton's principle. The two coupled governing differential equations are reduced to one fourth order ordinary differential equation in terms of the flexural displacement. By using the results of this paper, we can obtain the judgment base that the choice of beam models for the effect of slenderness ratio and crack.
A Study on the Ceramic Coating of Biopsy Needle
Cho, Sung-Man ; Chung, Hyup-Jae ; Kim, Man-Tae ; Rhee, Kyong-Yop ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 121~126
Stainless steel 316L (STS 316L) is widely used as a material of biopsy needle. However it has a side effect that tissue can be damaged by electrochemical operation between tissue and STS 316L. Many studies have been made on the ceramic coating of biopsy needle to reduce the side effect. In this study, STS 316L was coated with three bioceramics,
using a RF magnetron sputtering method. The effects of ceramic coating on the electrical conductivity and coating strength of ceramic-coated STS 316L were investigated. The results showed that the electrical conductivity of ceramic-coated STS 316L was much lower than that of uncoated STS 316L. The coating strength of
-coated STS 316L was 30% and 70% higher, respectively than those of
-coated STS 316L and
-coated STS 316L.
A Study on the Cutting Tool and Holder Deformation Prediction undergoing Laser-assisted Machining with Moving Heat Sources
Jung, Jae-Won ; Lee, Choon-Man ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 127~134
Laser-assisted machining uses primarily laser power to heat the local area before the material is removed. It not only efficiently reduces the cutting force during the manufacturing process but also improves the machining characteristics and accuracy with regard to difficult-to-machine materials. The prediction of relative deformations between the cutting tool and workpiece is important to improve the accuracy of machined components. This paper presents the deformation errors caused for a cylindrical workpiece by thermal effects in the laser-assisted machine tool using finite element method. The results can be used to increase the cutting accuracy by compensating thermal distortion prior to laser-assisted machining.
Replication of Microstructured Surfaces by Microinjection Molding
Lee, Bong-Kee ; Kim, Young-Bae ; Kwon, Tai-Hun ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 135~142
In the present study replication of microstructured surfaces by microinjection molding was carried out. For a fabrication of mold inserts, nickel microstructures having various characteristic dimensions were fabricated by nickel electroforming onto Si mother microstructures. In addition, reverse nickel microstructures based on the electroformed nickel microstructures were successfully realized by electroforming with passivation process. The fabricated nickel microstructures were used as mold inserts for a replication of microstructured surfaces by microinjection molding. Microinjection molding experiment was carried out under three different processing conditions, which revealed effects of a packing stage and mold wall temperature. The microinjection-molded microstructured surfaces were characterized by using an atomic force microscope (AFM). It was found that mold wall temperature could enhance replication quality resulting in the precise microstructured surfaces.
Relationship between Ink Jetting Speed and Inkjet input Waveform Parameters
Kwon, Kye-Si ; Myung, Jae-Hwan ; Um, Tai-Joon ; Joo, Young-Cheol ; Lee, Sang-Wook ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering, volume 26, issue 9, 2009, Pages 143~147
Inkjet printing makes use of ink droplets to form required patterns on a substrate. In order for the inkjet technology to produce reliable patterning tools, the jetting performance needs be controlled precisely. For controlling ink jetting performance, input waveform should be properly designed. In the past, the research was focused on designing dwell time of the input waveform for controlling jetting speed. However, the jetting performance is also closely related to rising and falling time. In this study, the effect of the rising and falling time on droplet speed will be investigated by measuring the droplet speed. In this study, the power OP amp (PA98A) was used in order to drive piezo inkjet head by amplifying the waveform generated from arbitrary function generator. The experimental results show that change of rising and falling time in the waveform not only affect the droplet speed but also optimal dwell time.