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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
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A Study on the Evaluation of the Loss Factor and Young′s Modulus of Damping Materials on Temperature Condition
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 9, 2001, Pages 391~397
The characteristic values of damping materials are variant on frequency and temperature. We measure the characteristic values(loss factor, young\\\\`s modulus) of damping materials in vibration test. We can not measure characteristic values of damping materials by themselves. So, we proposed a method, sticking damping material to thin steel beam and measuring of characteristic values of damping material on frequency and temperature. We didn\\\\`t use constraining layer but we measured characteristic values on conditioning temperature.
A Study of Axial Vibration of Two Stroke Low Speed Diesel Engine on the Diesel Power Plant
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 9, 2001, Pages 398~405
The maximum and mean indicated pressure of two stroke low speed diesel engine has been continuously increased with a view of increasing engine power and also reducing fuel consumption. As a result, axial excitation has been increased comparing to that of the previous one. So the axial vibration damper in standard one is applied to all two stroke low speed diesel engine at the free end of crankshaft. Though many studies were carried out for marine use, few has been made for diesel power plant because there was little demand for power plant. Nowadays, diesel engine is much to be used for many benefits. In this paper, the optimum design of axial vibration on the 65 kW diesel power plant with tow 9K80MC-S engines of 9 cylinders was carried out. And the axial-torsional coupled vibration of this shafting system is identified by theoretical analysis and vibration measurement.
An Experimental Study on the Characteristics of the Impulsive Wave Discharged from the Open End of a Bend Pipe
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 9, 2001, Pages 406~413
The current study depicts and experimental work of the impulsive wave discharged from the exit of several kinds of right-angle bend pipes, which are attached to the open end of a simple shock tube. The weak normal shock wave with Mach number from 1.02 to 1.20 is employed to obtain the impulsive wave propagating outside the exit of the pipe bends. The experimental data of the magnitude of the impulsive wave and its propagation directivity are analyzed to characterize the impulsive waves discharged from the right-angle bend pipes and compared with those from a straight pipe. The impulsive waves are visualized by a Schlieren optical system. A computation work using the two-dimensional, unsteady, compressible Euler equation is also carried out to represent the experimented impulsive waves. The results obtained show that a right-angle miter bend considerably reduces the magnitude of the impulsive wave and its directivity toward to the pipe axis, compared with the straight pipe. It is believed that the right angle miter bend pipe can play a role of passive control agianst the impulsive wave.
Development of Case-base Reasoning Vibration Diagnosis System
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 9, 2001, Pages 414~421
If a machine has some faults, we can detect them using vibration or noise signals. However some maintenance engineers who don\`t have export knowledge, need the help of vibration experts for diagnosing the machine. In this paper a case based reasoning (CBR) system is developed which is able to manipulate the past experiences of vibration diagnosis experts. In the CBR system, the maintenance engineers can retrieve the information form previous cases which are most similar to new problem s that they can solve new problem using solutions form the previous cases. In this paper, a new case retrieval method of CBR system using Petri net is proposed and also applied to diagnosis for electric motors as a practical problem.
Vibration Characteristics and Its Propagation Path Analysis of an Electric Drill
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 9, 2001, Pages 422~430
An electric drill is a handy tool used in a machine shop, which consists of motor, gear, bearing, shaft, and case, i.e., a gear driving system. Low level vibration and noise of the electric drill can bring the assurance of the quality and reliability of the machine. The vibration sources of the electric drill should be investigated for the reduction of the vibration and noise of the system. Through the experiments in laboratory and the various signal processing procedure for the measured vibration and sound signals, the characteristics of the vibration of the electric drill are investigated. And its propagation path is sought using partial coherence function.
A Study on the Application of SVD to an Inverse Problem in a Cantilever Beam with a Non-minimum Phase
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 9, 2001, Pages 431~438
This paper present experimental results of source identification for non-minimum phase system. Generally, a causal linear system may be described by matrix form. The inverse problem is considered as a matrix inversion. Direct inverse method can\`t be applied for a non-minimum phase system, the reason is that the system has ill-conditioning. Therefore, in this study to execute an effective inversion, SVD inverse technique is introduced. In a Non-minimum phase system, its system matrix may be singular or near-singular and has one more very small singular values. These very small singular values have information about a phase of the system and ill-conditioning. Using this property we could solve the ill-conditioned problem of the system and then verified it for the practical system(cantilever beam). The experimental results show that SVD inverse technique works well for non-minimum phase system.
Natural Vibration Analysis of Two Circular Plates Coupled with Bounded Fluid
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 9, 2001, Pages 439~453
This study deals with the free vibration of two identical circular plates coupled with a bounded fluid. An analytical method based on the finite Fourier-Bessel series expansion and Rayleigh-Ritz method is suggested. In the theory, it is assumed that the ideal fluid in a rigid cylindrical container and the two plates are clamped along the plate edges. The proposed method is verified by the finite element analysis using commercial program with a good accuracy. Two transverse vibration modes, namely in-phase and out-of-phase, are observed alternately in the fluid-coupled system when the number of nodal circles increases for the fixed nodal diameter. The effect of gap between the plates on the fluid-coupled natural frequencies sis also investigated.
Comparison of Vibration Characteristics in IPM and SPM BLDC Motors with Rotor Eccentricity : (1) Electro-magnetic Force Due to PM
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 9, 2001, Pages 454~461
Acoustic noise and vibration of a BLDC motor is a coupled phenomenon between mechanical characteristics and electromagnetic origins through the motor air-gap. When a relative misalignment of rotor in the air-gap center exists on the assemblage, it is considered to influence the motor system characteristics. In this paper, the back electro motive force(BEMF) is analyzed by Finite Element Method(FEM) and verified by experiments for the SPM and IPM type motors. For magnetic field analysis, a FEM is used to account for the magnetic saturation. Using these results, the FEM is made to determine the appropriate electromagnetic field analysis in BLDC motors with rotor eccentricity ratio. A radial magnetic imbalance force of BLDC motor with rotor eccentricity is analyzed. Results demonstrate that the imbalance force is increased according to the degree of misalignment. An IPM motor, mostly chosen to realize high-speed operation, shows a worse effect on magnetic unbalanced forces and dynamic responses compared with SPM motor due to magnetic saturation when the rotor eccentricity exists.
Buckling Analysis of Built up Column with Stay Plates by the Generalized Differential Quadrature Method
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 9, 2001, Pages 462~474
In this paper, Generalized Differential Quadrature Method is applied to the buckling analysis of built-up columns without or with stay plates. numerical analysis using GDQM is carried out for various boundary conditions(simply supported conditions, fixed conditions, fixed-simply supported conditions), dimensionless stiffness parameter and dimensionless inertia moment parameter. The accuracy and convergence of solutions are compared with exact solutions of Gjelsvik to validate the results of GDQM. Results obtained by this method are as follows. 91) This method can yield the accurate numerical solutions using few grid points. (2) The buckling load of built-up column increases as the dimensionless stiffness parameter decreases. (3) The effects of boundary conditions on the buckling load are not considerable as the dimensionless stiffness parameter increases. (4) The buckling load of built-up column increases due to the stay plate.
Identification of Composite Cylindricall shells by Using Neural Networks
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 9, 2001, Pages 475~485
A study on the structural analysis of the composite laminated cylindrical shell which has simply supported boundary conditions at both ends, was performed. The results were used into the neural networks. Neural networks identify the load characteristics of the composite shells. Momentum Backpropagation which the learning rate can be varied was developed. Input patterns consist of strains at 9 side points which is divided equally. Output layers are the load characteristics. Developed program was used for the training. The training with variable learning rate was converged close to real oad characteristics. Inverse engineering can be applicable to the composite laminated cylindrical shells with developed neural networks.