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Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering
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Volume 11, Issue 9 - Dec 2001
Volume 11, Issue 8 - Nov 2001
Volume 11, Issue 7 - Oct 2001
Volume 11, Issue 6 - Sep 2001
Volume 11, Issue 5 - Aug 2001
Volume 11, Issue 4 - Jul 2001
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A Technique for Calculations of Power Flow in Structures Using MSC/NASTRAN and PCL
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 8, 2001, Pages 303~313
The identification of power flow in dynamically loaded structures Is essential in the analysis of structure-borne noise. However there are no general purpose tools to estimate powers flow. To make matters worse. It is very difficult to measure it. The power flow can be formulated in terms of balance forces(ELFORCE) at each element and velocities at the associated node obtained with MSC/NASTHAN. In this paper the procedure which is consist of the computations of the balance forces of al1 elements and the velocities at all nodes using MSC/NASTRAN. The calculations of the power f1ow at each element using PCL(PATRAN Command Language) and the Preparation of post -processes is set UP.
Stability Analysis of Composite Material Pipes Conveying Fluid
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 8, 2001, Pages 314~321
Static and oscillatory loss of stability of composite pipes conveying fluid is Investigated. The theory of than walled beams is applied and transverse shear. rotary inertia, primary and secondary warping effects are incorporated. The governing equations and the associated boundary conditions are derived through Hamilton's variational principle. The governing equations and the associated boundary conditions are transformed to an eigenvlaue problem which provides the Information about the dynamic characteristics of the system. Numerical analysis is performed by using extended Gelerkin method. Variation of critical velocity of fluid with fiber angles and mass patios of fluid to pipe Including fluid is investigated.
Dynamic Stability and Leakage Characteristics of Turbo Pump Unit Installed with High-Pressure Seals
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 8, 2001, Pages 322~330
The stability and the leakage performance of turbo pump unit seals supported by elastic-ring ball bearings are Investigated for the Improvement of onset speed of instability(OSI). The numerical analysis of floating ring seal in consistence with its geometry and operating conditions is executed with detailed comparison of various seal types. The results show that the floating ring seal has superior performance in terms of rotordynamic salability compared to the ocher type seals while it shows slightly inferior leakage performance. To Improve the leakage performance. floating ring seal could be combined with hole Pattern damper or labyrinth seal surface.
Vibration Reduction of Chip-Mount System
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 8, 2001, Pages 331~337
The purpose of this study is to analyze the principal causes of vibration problem and find out the method of vibration reduction in a chip-mount system. The principal causes are investigated through measurements of vibration spectrum and model parameters. Modal parameters are obtained by using an experimental model test. Based on the model parameters from experiments. a model of finite element method is formulated. The model presents effective redesign of increasing the natural frequencies in order to reduce the vibration of a chip-mount system. Further, through computer simulation for the behavior of head to be main vibration source, the best acceleration pattern of head movement can be verified to achieve effective head-positioning and reduce the vibration due to head movement.
A Small Disk-type Hybrid Self-healing Motor
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 8, 2001, Pages 338~348
A hybrid self-hearing motor, which Is a functional combination of general permanent magnet (PM) motor and hybrid active magnetic bearing(AMB), was proposed a few years ago. In this paper the hybrid self-bearing motor is modified to a disk type, in which one of two magnetic hearings was substituted for a thin yoke to make the system more compact. An outer rotors in this self-hearing motor is actively controlled only in two radial directions while the ocher motions are passively salable owing to the disk-type structure. Main advantages of the proposed self-hearing motor are simple control mechanism, low power consumption and smart structure. Mathematical model for the magnetic force Is built wish consideration of the radial displacement of the rotor. The model helps us not only to design a levitation controller but also to expect the system performance. Some experimental results show good capability and feasibility of the Proposed self-bearing motor.
Analysis of the Effect of Wind on the Dynamic Behavior of High Speed Train
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 8, 2001, Pages 349~356
The dynamic behavior of high speed train is very Important because the railway should be safe and Is satisfied tilth the rode comfort of passengers. The train is composed of many suspension components. such as 1st springs, 1st dampers, 2nd springs and 2nd dampers, that have an influence on the dynamic characteristics of high speed train. Also, the wheel/rail shapes, the track conditions and geometry and many environmental factors, such as rain, snow and wind. affect the dynamic behavior of high speed train. This paper reviews the effect of wind and track conditions on the dynamic behavior of high speed train. The VAMPIRE program Is used for this simulation. The result of simulation shows that the high speed train should not be operated when the wind velocity is beyond 34.5 m/sec.
Vibration Analysis for Beams on Variable Two-Parameter Elastic Foundations Using Differetial Transformation
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 8, 2001, Pages 357~363
This paper presents the application of the technique Q( differential transformation to the vibration analysis of beams resting on variable two-parameter elastic foundations. The closed form series solutions for beams are obtained for various boundary conditions. Numerical calculations are carried out and compared with previously published results. The results obtained by the present method agree very well with those reported in the previous works. The present analysis shows the usefulness
A Study on Vibration Characteristics by Gear Transmission Error of Vehicle Transmission
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 8, 2001, Pages 364~373
The gear whine noise of vehicle transmission is directly correlated tilth the gear transmission error of mating gear The object of this study is to build up the synthesized countermeasure for the reduction of gear whine noire of vehicle transmission by developing the program which can be used to analyze and predict the vibrational characteristics caused by gear transmission error of mating gears of vehicle transmission. The developed mathematical models on the elements of transmission, for example, helical gear pairs, bearings and shafts are used and the modeling of the excitation forces are developed by the gear transmission error of mating gear which is defined by the amount of the elastic deformation of gear tooth & shaft and gear profile & lead errors. The mathematical system model of vehicle transmission developed by the substructure synthesis method Is also verified by the experiments.
Dynamic Behavior Analysis of a Reciprocating Compressor Body with Variable Rotating Speed
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 8, 2001, Pages 374~383
A reciprocating compressor unit with variable rotating speed driven by BLDC motor is mounted Inside hermetic chamber on an internal suspension composed of 4 roil springs and a discharge pipe. A method for predicting the dynamic behavior of compressor body is required for a reduction of transmitted vibrations. The mechanical characteristics of spring and discharge pipe stiffness properties have been obtained from experimental tests and mass moment of inertia of the compressor body iron CAD. To confirm the vibration model for the compressor body, free vibration analyses are performed with theoretical and experimental methods. results for analytical investigations on the dynamic behavior of the compressor body and the transmitted forces to the hermetic chamber through the suspension elements are Presented.