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This study presents the mechanical behavior of a ventilating window (a tsunami damper) on the building wall of a nuclear power plant. The window, which is under development, is used to ventilate a machinery room and the building under normal conditions, but it also provides a safety barrier for critical equipment against a tsunami caused by an earthquake. A finite element analysis was conducted to investigate the deflection and the stress distribution of the window under given loading conditions. With symmetry, a one-quarter portion of one window was modeled, ant the pressure due to a great tide is assumed to be 7 bar. A structural analysis of the assembled frame, composed of a blade and casing, was also conducted using contact conditions to find the stress and strain configurations caused by the applied pressure.
In vibration-free vehicles such as limousine buses, the vibration is minimized by installing an air spring instead of the leaf spring used in the existing freight cars to prevent the damage to the loaded cargo from shocks generated during movement. In the existing vehicles, steel structures support the air spring system. This study was aimed at replacing the steel structures used in the Z-spring by carbon fiber and glass fiber reinforced plastics. In addition, the mechanical properties (elastic modulus, tensile strength, and shear strength) of carbon fiber and glass fiber prepreg were derived using specimens molded with the corresponding prepreg. The final goal was to develop a material lighter than the conventional steel material but with enhanced mechanical properties. Although the CF prepreg exhibited excellent mechanical properties, the production cost was extremely high. To overcome this limitation, hybrid composites with GF prepreg were examined, which are expected to be promising future materials.
In recent years, the automobile industry has focused on the cost reduction through integration of parts andproductivity increase by reducing the number of processes through modulation. Research on the integration of parts leads to quality improvement through integrated design of parts, and changes in material property and production process. This study presents a way to integrate seat motor housing parts, which comprise two caps and one housing in the existing products, into one part to reduce breakage during assembly. For the production of hot chamber die casting prototype, a process is designed using UNI GRAPHICS modeling. Z-CAST, a software utilizing finite difference method(FDM), is used to estimate defects and evaluate the prototype. The reliability test showed that the prototype satisfied material property, noise and vibration requirements. It also satisfied the required specification of run out test. As the prototype reduced the number of processes and cost, die casting is most appropriate for the production of seat motor housings.
The structure of the femur bone was analyzed. Moreover, the mechanical strength of the bone wasdetermined by considering two parameters, namely, the outer wall thickness and inner filling density torealize the 3D printing of a cortical bone and spongy bone by using a fused deposition modeling type 3Dprinter and ABS material. A basic experiment was conducted to evaluate the variation trend in themechanical strength of the test specimens with the change in the parameters. Based on the results, theparameters corresponding to the highest mechanical strength were selected and applied to the artificial bone,and the mechanical strength of the artificial bones was examined under a load. Moreover, we proposed anapproximation method for the 3D printing parameters to enable the comparison of the actual bones andartificial bones in terms of the strength and weight.
The material used in this study is dielectric and ferrite. Because of the unique characteristics of the material, it is easily exposed to external shocks and pressure, which cause damage to the product. However, after being processed under high-temperature environment repeatedly, the mechanical strength of the product is greatly increased due to the change of the electrical properties. In this paper, dielectric and bonded ferrite material was tested for the material properties. The equipment for this experiment was produced and tested to allow Cylindrical and Three-dimensional geometry of the product for the vacuum deposition. For Cylindrical shape of the product, in order to obtain the equivalent film thickness, the device is constructed in a vacuum chamber which gives arbitrary revolving and rotating capability. The electrical performance of the product is obtained through this process as well. However, as mentioned above, with repeating processes under high temperature and exposure to external environment, the product is easy to be broken. This experiment has enabled us to find out a stable condition to apply the communication of the RF high frequency to each of the core elements, such as Ferrite and Dielectric which is then used for the mechanical strength of the Raw material, hetero-junction material, Hetero-junction Ag Coating material and hetero-junction Ag Coating SiO2 Coating material respectively.