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The purpose of this study is to develop a virtual testbed capable of predicting the functional performance of a linear electromagnetic actuator for a high voltage relay in order to reduce its development costs and time. The virtual testbed is defined by a multiphysics coupling approach in order to consider the complex interactions of multi-domains such as the solenoid model of electromagnets, the mass-spring-damper model of mechanical systems, the electric circuit model for an external control unit, and the thermal model for predicting temperature variations. The performances of the existing high voltage relay were estimated by the virtual testbed, and then the effectiveness and validation of the proposed testbed were discussed in comparison with the experimental test results. This study showed that the virtual testbed can be applied in design, optimization, and investigation of high voltage relays.
This paper deals with 3D simulation of industrial robot for automated manufacturing system. In order to evaluate the operational characteristics of the industrial robot system in the worst case motion scenario, flexible - rigid multibody analysis was performed. Then, the rigid body dynamics analysis was performed and the results were compared with the flexible - rigid multibody analysis. Modal analysis was also performed to confirm the dynamic characteristics of the robot system. In the case of the flexible-rigid multibody simulation, only the structural members of interest were modeled as elastic bodies to confirm the stress state. The remaining structural members were modeled as rigid bodies to reduce computer resources.
교량 바닥판은 대형 차량 및 제설제와 같은 다양한 환경 요인으로 인해 급속히 악화되는 부재이다. 한국에 건설된 교량의 수명이 길 어짐에 따라 교량 바닥판의 교체 수요가 증가 할 것으로 예상된다. 다른 국가에서는 프리 캐스트 바닥판을 이용한 급속 교량 건설 기술이 열화 된 교량 바닥판의 교체 수요 대응을 위해 적극적으로 사용되고 있다. 본 연구에서는 국내 교량 바닥판의 상태평가 데이터를 수집 및 분석하여 교량 바닥판 열화 모델을 제안 하였다. 또한 교량 규모의 관점에서 열화된 교량 바닥판의 미래 대체 수요를 예측하였다. Bridge decks are members that rapidly deteriorated due to various environmental factors such as heavy vehicle and deicing salt, etc. As the lifespan of bridges built in Korea increases, it is expected that the demand for replacing the deteriorated bridge decks will increase. In other countries, Accelerated Bridge Construction technology using precast decks is already actively being used as a countermeasure for replacement demand of deteriorated bridge decks. In this study, bridge decks deterioration models are proposed by collecting and analysing the condition index data of domestic bridge decks. Also, the future replacement demands of deteriorated bridge decks in terms of replacement time and replacement scale are predicted.
This paper deals with the Mode III problem for a blunt V-notch. By using the superposition method and the conventional stress field for a sharp V-notch, this work suggests a simple formula which is able to address the Mode III stress fields of blunt Vnotches. The notch stress intensity factors (NSIFs) were estimated from numerical analysis with finite element analysis (FEA). And thereafter, several special cases were considered with the results being compared with those of the literature dealing with same topic.
This paper deals with the asymptotic stress fields for V-notch problems with end-holes, including keyhole notches, namely a slit ending with a circular hole. Based on the superposition method and the conventional Mode III stress field for a sharp Vnotch,the approximate solution for stress field of V-notch with end-hole under out-of-plane shear loading is proposed. This work also shows results of the evaluation on the accuracy of the Mode I and II stress fields for V-notch with end-hole proposed in the previous study by the authors. The stress fields are written in terms of the notch stress intensity factors (NSIFs), and the NSIFs are determined by means of numerical analyses. The effectiveness and validation of the proposed superposition approach are discussed by comparing the results from the present approach with those taken from the literature.