Papers by Author: Hong Yan Chu

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Authors: Jian Shan Kang, Hong Yan Chu, Li Gang Cai
Abstract: This paper analyzes the defect of some methods for controlling the ink key of offset printing machine, and presents the advantage of adaptive fuzzy control. Aiming at the problem that the processing curve of offset printing is changed by the environmental impact of production, this paper analyzes this non-real-time measurement and control system with time delay and less test data, and proposes the method of adaptive fuzzy control to amend the control table and adjust the slope of the control curve according to the detection deviations. Finally, the control rules are adjusted to meet the actual situation. By simulating the control arithmetic with the example of the control of printing ink keys under specific conditions using Matlab / Simulink, it is proved to be effective to achieve the expectative effect.
Authors: Jun Jing Yang, Hong Yan Chu, Li Gang Cai, Lei Su
Abstract: Abstract : Aiming at the controlled object with large lag, model uncertainty and time variation due to the effects of working environment in printing process, and printing process requires few adjustment times, this paper designs a T-S fuzzy controller based on the theoretical model of printing color quality control, and uses the genetic algorithm to optimize the initial control rules of fuzzy controller . The optimization method aims at the problems of less known condition and the uncertain effects due to the environmental changes after the first printing. In the process of optimization, the theoretical model of the printing color quality control is used as the controlled object, and the parameters of control rule corresponding to the points of special error are optimized one by one, then the general fuzzy control rules can be got. Finally, an example illustrates the process of this method, and the robustness of the optimized fuzzy controller is analyzed. From the control results got by the optimized fuzzy controller, it can be seen that this method improves the control effects greatly, and reduces adjustment times. Finally, this paper gives some suggestions on its further perfection.
Authors: Hong Yan Chu, Jin Yang Jiang, Wei Sun, Ming Zhong Zhang
Abstract: Siliceous concrete (SC) is applied in European Pressurized Water Reactor that is a key component of the third generation nuclear power plant. This paper investigates the mechanical properties and damage evolution of SC (with and without polypropylene fibers) exposed to high temperatures. The mass loss, compressive strength, splitting tensile strength and spalling sensitivity of SC before and after being heated to 200, 400, 600, 800, and 1000 °C are investigated. The ultrasonic testing technique was used to assess the thermal damage, by evaluating the variations of the ultrasonic wave velocity (UWV) for different temperature levels. According to the available literature, a new relationship between damage and UWV was proposed to establish a damage evolution model of SC. The results indicated that: (a) specimens without polypropylene (PP) fibers suffered severe spalling in the range 380-400°C and 470-510°C, while no spalling took place in the specimens with PP fibers in the whole range 25-1000°C; (b) the damage evolution with and without polypropylene fibers was similar, and could adequately be described by means of a Weibull distribution model.
Authors: Wei Huang, Hong Yan Chu, Li Gang Cai
Abstract: Ink is one of the important material in printing process, its features, to a great extent, decide the printing quality, and ink viscosity is one of the main parameters, the value of the ink viscosity directly affects the quality of printing. In the case of other conditions are determined, the main factor of influencing the ink viscosity is temperature. In this paper, by using the Workbench CFX fluid simulation software, the ink temperature field of two extrusion ink rollers in printing press is analyzed by numerical simulation , the influence of the ink roller speed on ink temperature and the influence of ink roller thermal conductivity on the ink temperature are analyzed,.
Authors: Lei Su, Hong Yan Chu, Li Gang Cai, Jun Tao Zhao
Abstract: In order to improve the quality of colorful offset printing and know the process of ink transferring, this paper adopts the method of theoretical analysis and experiment, the velocity and pressure of the ink flow field are analyzed when the rubber roller deforms and the two rollers rotate, and the effective ink layer thickness is extracted, then the ink transferring rate can be got. The rubber roller’s deformation and ink transferring rate under different conditions are got, and factors, such as rotation velocity, deformation of rubber roller, ink layer thickness between two rollers, which affect the ink flow and transferring rate are analyzed.
Authors: Hong Yan Chu, Xiao Lin Zhang, Lei Su, Rui Qing Shen, Li Gang Cai
Abstract: In order to improve the printing quality and know the process of ink transferring well, ink flowing among ink rollers is simulated by using CFX. Firstly ink transferring characteristics between two rollers are analyzed. An experiment is carried out to test the accuracy of this simulation analysis. Then ink transferring characteristics among three and five rollers are analyzed respectively. The general characteristics of ink transferring among rollers are got by comparing the velocity of ink flowing, ink pressure and ink transfer ratio from those simulations. What is more, the accuracy of the simulation analysis is verified by experiment. And this research provides a reference to general characteristics of ink transferring in the actual printing process, and its important for the printing color quality control and has a better application prospect.
Authors: Hong Yan Chu, Jun Tao Zhao, Li Gang Cai
Abstract: The hard roller and soft roller are alternately arranged in the inking system of offset press. The ink vibrator is a hard roller which transmits the motion to the ink distributing roller. In order to analyze the motion mechanism of the ink roller, a model of an ink distributing roller and an ink vibrator is built up by using the software ANSYS. After the simulation of the motion, the force on the contact area of the ink distributing roller and the rotation speed of both rollers are analyzed. The result is that the ink distributing roller rotates with tangential force on the contact area and this force increases together with the rotation speed. When the two rollers rotate, the tangential elastic deformation is caused by the tangential force on contact area, and the radial deformation of the ink distributing roller is caused by the pressure. It leads to a relative sliding of the two rollers, which is mainly influenced by the rotation speed of ink vibrator and the radial deformation of ink distributing roller. Meanwhile, to verify the accuracy of the analysis, the rotation speed of the two rollers and the deformation of the ink distributing roller have been measured on a printability tester and then compared with the results of simulation. The analysis of the motion mechanism is very important to the study of printing color quality control.
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