Papers by Author: Cheng Bao Jiang

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Authors: Fan Li, Jian Qin Mao, Hai Shan Ding, Wen Bo Zhang, Hui Bin Xu, Cheng Bao Jiang
Abstract: In this paper, a new method which combines the least square method with Tree-Structured fuzzy inference system is presented to approximate the Preisach distribution function. Firstly, by devising the input sequence and measure the output, discrete Preisach measure can be identified by the use of the least squares method. Then, the Preisach function can be obtained with Tree-Structured fuzzy inference system without any special smoothing means. So, this new method is not sensitive to noise, and is a universal approximator of the Preisach function. It collect the merit and overcome the deficiency of the existing methods.
Authors: Cheng Bao Jiang, Li Hong Xu, Tian Li Zhang, Tian Yu Ma
Abstract: Co and Si were selected as substitutes to improve performance of TbDyFe giant magnetostrictive alloys for special purpose, respectively. The results showed that the Co-doped Tb0.36Dy0.64Fe2 alloys can possess giant magnetostriction over a wide temperature range from -80 to 100 . Optimum magnetostriction, high electrical resistivity and improved corrosion resistance was obtained in Tb0.3Dy0.7(Fe1-xSix)1.95 system. High performance grain-aligned rods with <110> preferred orientation have been successfully prepared by zone melting unidirectional solidification. This paper also presents the design and fabrication of Giant Magnetostrictive Actuator (GMA) for active vibration control with oriented TbDyFe rods. Experimental results showed that the GMA possesses good static and dynamic performance. Excellent damping effect, 20-30 dB under the frequency range from 10 Hz to 120 Hz was obtained.
Authors: Jian Qin Mao, Hai Shan Ding, Hui Bin Xu, Cheng Bao Jiang, Hu Zhang
Abstract: A mechanical properties prediction model for cobalt-free maraging steel was built upon the experimental data by fuzzy identification method. A method of fuzzy identification based on fuzzy clustering and Kalman filtering is proposed. The results showed that good correlations between the predicted result and the experimental data. The technique proposed could be served as a reliable tool for cobalt-free maraging steel mechanical properties control and design.
Authors: Hui Bin Xu, Tian Li Zhang, Cheng Bao Jiang, Hu Zhang
Abstract: TbDyFe is a rare earth-iron magnetostrictive alloy with “giant” magnetostrain, good magnetomechanical coupling factor and fast response. Giant magnetostrictive actuators (GMAs) are designed and fabricated with home-made TbDyFe rods. Their magnetostrain properties under varied operation are tested. The static output displacement up to 100μm and output force up to 1500N were obtained. The dynamic displacement increases with amplitude under fixed frequency and decreases with frequency under fixed amplitude generally. The maximum dynamic output displacement of 146µm was obtained at natural frequency around 5Hz. Active vibration control employing GMA was implemented in the flexible structure. The excellent damping effect, 20-30 dB under the frequency range from 10Hz to 100Hz was obtained. The dynamic phase delay of GMA has been analyzed. A novel improved FSLMS algorithm is proposed to achieve a better control performance.
Authors: Yun Qing Ma, Cheng Bao Jiang, Yan Li, Cui Ping Wang, Xing Jun Liu
Abstract: A strong need exists to develop new kinds of high-temperature shape-memory alloys. In this study, two series of CoNiGa alloys with different compositions have been studied to investigate their potentials as high-temperature shape-memory alloys, with regard to their microstructure, crystal structure, and martensitic transformation behavior. Optical observations and X-ray diffractions confirmed that single martensite phase was present for low cobalt samples, and dual phases containing martensite and γ phase were present for high cobalt samples. It was also found that CoNiGa alloys in this study exhibit austenitic transformation temperatures higher than 340°C, showing their great potentials for developing as high-temperature shape-memory alloys.
Authors: T. Liang, Cheng Bao Jiang, G. Feng, Sheng Kai Gong, Hui Bin Xu
Authors: Cheng Bao Jiang, Jing Hua Liu, Fang Gao, Hui Bin Xu
Abstract: The growth velocity has a significant effect on the preferred orientation of the directionally solidified Fe81Ga19 magnetostrictive alloy. Strong <100> preferred orientation was obtained for a velocity range from 10mm/h to 20mm/h. An excellent magnetostriction λ100 of 294×10-6 was achieved for the <100> oriented crystal at a pre-stress of 74.1MPa. Linear and volume magnetostrictions were investigated in the as-cast Fe81Ga19 alloys with A2 phase by measuring the change in length along the three-dimensional directions of the samples. Due to the contribution of the volume magnetostriction, the longitudinal magnetostriction increased from 27 ppm at 0.3 T to 47 ppm at 2.0 T. The volume magnetostriction can be drastically enhanced by doping Ga in Fe.
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