Papers by Author: Dong Jin Kim

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Authors: Yong Hak Huh, Dong Iel Kim, Dong Jin Kim, Philip Park, Chang Doo Kee, Jun Hyub Park
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Authors: Yong Hak Huh, Philip Park, Dong Jin Kim
Abstract: Fatigue crack initiation and propagation behavior around a hole subjected to various biaxial fatigue loading modes has been investigated considering the effect of the biaxial static stress. Two different biaxial loading systems, i.e. cyclic tensile loading with static torsional load and cyclic torsional loading with static tensile load, were employed to thin-walled tubular specimens with a circular notch. Variation of the initiaiton and propagation directions of the crack around a hole under these loading ssytems was examined. The initiation directions were observed using replication technique and the crack propagation was measured by two crack gages mounted near the notch. It was found that the biaxial static stress superimposed on the cyclic tensile or torsional loading tests has no influence on the initiation and propagation directions of the cracks around a hole. The fatigue crack initiation and propagation direction under cyclic loading with biaxial static load can be very well explained by the maximum of tangential stress range, Dsqq,max. Furthermore, it was shown that the fatigue crack growth rates under biaixial faigue loading becomes higher with increment of biaxial static load.
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Authors: Philip Park, Yong Hak Huh, Dong Jin Kim, Byung Jik Son
Abstract: Effects of crack on static behavior in steel box girder were investigated to identify the possibility of crack detection and location using conventionally measured static data including deflection and inclination. Finite element analysis with finely meshed 3-D models and experiments were performed for steel box girder with crack. To eliminate the variation according to load magnitude, compliance technique was applied to analysis of the result. Through this study, the quantitative relationship between crack size and structural responses of deflection and inclination were obtained as a form of relation-curve. This relation-curve can be utilized to evaluate crack size in the steel box girder bridge. The results also demonstrated that the location of crack can be estimated by static measurement.
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Authors: Philip Park, Yong Hak Huh, Dong Jin Kim
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Authors: Seung Hoon Nahm, Jeong Min Kim, Jong Seo Park, Kwang Min Yu, Dong Kyun Kim, Am Kee Kim, Dong Jin Kim
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Authors: Yong Hak Huh, Philip Park, Dong Jin Kim, Jun Hyub Park
Abstract: Fatigue crack propagation behavior under cyclic tensile or torsional loading with biaxial static loads has been investigated. Two different biaxial loading systems, i.e. cyclic tensile loading with static torsional load and cyclic torsional loading with static tensile load, were employed to thin-walled tubular specimens. The crack propagation was measured by two crack gages mounted near the notch and crack opening level was measured by unloading compliance method. The directions of the fatigue crack propagated under respective biaxial loading conditions were examined and the growth rates were evaluated by using several cyclic parameters, including equivalent stress intensity factor range, Keff, crack tip opening displacement range, CTD, minimum strain energy density factor range, Smin. Furthermore, the growth rates were evaluated by effective cyclic parameters considering crack closure. It was found that the biaxial static stress superimposed on the cyclic tensile or torsional loading tests has no influence on the propagation directions of the cracks. Furthermore, it was shown that the fatigue crack growth rates under biaixial faigue loading were well expressed by using the cyclic fatigue parameters, Keq,eff, CTDeff, Smin,eff considering crack closure effect.
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Authors: Yong Hak Huh, Dong Iel Kim, Dong Jin Kim, Kyung Ho Lee, Dong Jin Kim
Abstract: Adhesion strength for single layer ceramic capacitor sheet, used in MLCC(Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor), was measured by peel tests. The peel strength was measured during the separation of the ceramic sheet from the PET film using the peel testing system developed in this study. The sheet specimen was adhered on the glass jig floating on the liquid media, which was designed to minimize the friction, and the specimen was pulled up by micro-actuator. In this study, the dependency of the specimen width, peel angle and testing speed on the adhesive strength was experimentally investigated. It was found that the adhesive strength for the ceramic sheet is nearly identical, irrespective of the specimen width ranged from 5 to 20 mm, and the adhesive strength was increased with increasing testing speed. Furthermore, the strength was shown to be dependent on the peel angle.
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Authors: Jung Kyu Kim, Kap Ryeol Ku, Dong Jin Kim, Sang Phil Kim, Won Jae Lee, Byoung Chul Shin, Geun Hyoung Lee, Il Soo Kim
Abstract: SiC crystal boules with different shapes were prepared using sublimation physical vapor transport technique (PVT) and then their crystal quality was systematically investigated. The temperature distribution in the growth system and the crystal shape were controlled by modification of crucible and insulation felt design, which was successfully simulated using “Virtual Reactor” for flat structure design and concave structure design. The SiC polytype proved to be the n-type 6H-SiC from the typical absorption spectrum of SiC crystal. The defect density of SiC crystal boules with concave structure was slightly lower than that of flat structure and the crystal quality of SiC crystal boules with both flat structure and concave structure was significantly improved as the SiC crystal grows during the PVT methods.
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