Papers by Author: Shin Hur

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Authors: Wan Doo Kim, Shin Hur, Chang Su Woo, Wan Soo Kim, Seong Beom Lee
Abstract: An automotive transmission rubber mount is a device used in automotive systems to cushion the loads transmitted from the vehicle body structure. TM (transmission) rubber mount has been used to support engine in the vertical direction. In this study, the rubber specimens of the transmission mount are tested to obtain the hyperelastic and viscoelastic properties by the static and dynamic test, respectively. Uni-axial tension test, biaxial tension test, and pure shear test are carried out and Mooney-Rivlin constants are obtained from those static tests. Also, the viscoelastic properties such as storage and loss modulus are obtained from dynamic test. Using the static and dynamic test data, the dynamic stiffness of TM rubber mount subjected to static and dynamic load are predicted with finite element analysis. Solutions allow for comparison between FEA and experimental results. It is shown that the predictions of FEA are close to the experimental results.
Authors: Seong Beom Lee, Heung Seob Kim, Shin Hur, Wan Doo Kim, Chang Su Woo, Chan Seok Park
Abstract: An automotive transmission (TM) rubber mount is a device that is used in automotive systems to cushion the loads transmitted from the vehicle body structure. A TM rubber mount is used to support the engine in the vertical direction. However, the dynamic behavior of loaded rubber mount is not yet known to a reasonable degree of accuracy. The relationship between the force applied to a TM rubber mount and the resulting deformation exhibits features of viscoelasticity. Therefore, in this study, viscoelastic properties were measured during ramp-toconstant displacement control tests. A force-displacement relationship for a TM rubber mount is important for multi-body dynamic numerical simulations. Hence, an explicit force-displacement relationship was developed and expressed in terms of a force relaxation function. A method that can be used to determine the force-displacement relationship from experimental data for a TM rubber mount was also developed. Solutions were obtained and the results were compared with experimentally measured force-displacement behavior. The predictions of the proposed forcedisplacement relationship were in very good agreement with the experimental results.
Authors: Young Hwa Lee, Young Do Jung, Jun Hyuk Kwak, Shin Hur
Abstract: A good designed MEMS microphone is very important for attaining good characteristics of sensitivity and frequency bandwidth with flat response. So we performed multi-physics finite element analysis that can predict an electro-mechanical behavior of MEMS microphone. Then we fabricated the well-designed MEMS microphone with using micromachining technique. The fabricated MEMS microphone was consisted with low stress poly-silicon membrane and electroplated back-plate. The simulation of sensitivity and frequency response of packaged MEMS microphone was carried out. The simulation results show the acoustic sensitivity of -40.91 dB and the cutoff frequency of 79.4 kHz, respectively.
Authors: Chang Su Woo, Wan Doo Kim, Shin Hur
Abstract: Fatigue life of automotive engine mount insulator made of natural rubber was evaluated. In order to develop an appropriate fatigue damage parameter of the rubber material, a series of displacement controlled fatigue tests was conducted using 3-dimensional dumbbell specimens with different levels of mean displacement. It was shown that the maximum Green-Lagrange strain was a proper damage parameter, taking the mean displacement effects into account. Nonlinear finite element analyses of the rubber engine mount insulator and 3D dumbbell specimen were performed based on a hyper-elastic material model determined from the simple and equi-biaxial tension tests. Fatigue life prediction of the engine mount insulator was made by incorporating the maximum Green-Lagrange strain values, which was evaluated from the finite element analysis and fatigue tests, respectively. Predicted fatigue lives of the engine mount insulator showed a fairly good agreement with the experimental fatigue lives.
Authors: Shin Hur, Sung In Hong, Hak Joo Lee, Seung Woo Han, Jae Hyun Kim, Jae Youn Kang, Byung Ik Choi, Chung Seog Oh
Authors: Shin Hur, Sung In Hong, Dong Kil Shin
Abstract: A free-standing photosensitive polyimide film with thickness of 10µm is fabricated with the different curing temperatures using a micro fabrication process. The microtensile specimens of a strip type are made to facilitate a tensile testing. The Young’s modulus and yield strength of photosensitive polyimide film are measured with various strain rates from 10-4 /s to 10-3 /s by using a microtensile test. Also, the hardness and Young’s modulus of polyimide films are obtained from nanoindentation test. Finally, the mechanical properties measured from microtensile test are compared with those from nanoindentation test.
Authors: Shin Hur, Wan Doo Kim
Abstract: The structure and morphology of the electrospun nanofiber depend on the parameters such as the physical properties of polymer, the applied voltages, tip to collector distance and ambient condition. Until now, most of studies have been focused on the effects of the above mentioned parameters for electrospinning process. But the study on vacuum conditions in electrospinning process almost not exists. The goal of this study is to investigate the effects of vacuum conditions in electrospinning process. The setup of electrospinning device is installed within homemade vacuum chamber. The polymer jets are ejected from a multi-spinneret connected with a microsyringe pump towards the collector located at fixed distance from the needle tip under a vacuum condition. The nanofiber mats are fabricated using a rotating collector. The visualization and imaging system of electrospinning process are consisted of a green laser devices, microscope, CCD camera and image recording device. During the electrospinning process, the behaviors of nanofiber are visualized and analyzed by this system. The morphologies and dimensions of electrospun fiber mat are measured with SEM. As a final result, the vacuum conditions of electrospinning process influence the behaviors of nanofiber.
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