Papers by Author: Won Seok Jung

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Authors: Young Gun Ko, Y.H. Lee, Won Seok Jung, Dong Hyuk Shin, Chong Soo Lee
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Authors: Dong Ho Bae, Won Seok Jung, J.B. Heo
Abstract: An effective way to reduce the weight of vehicle body seems to be application of new materials, and such trend is remarkable. Among the various materials for vehicle body, stainless steel sheets and cold rolled steel sheets are under the interests. However, in order to guarantee reliability of new material and to establish the long life fatigue design criteria for body structure, it is necessary to assess spot weldability and fatigue strength of spot welded lap joints fabricated under optimized spot welding condition. In this paper, spot weldability of stainless steel sheets, STS304L and STS316L, and cold rolled steel sheets, SPCC and SPCD. Fatigue strength of lap joints spot welded between similar and dissimilar materials were also assessed.
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Authors: Il Seon Sohn, Dong Ho Bae, Won Seok Jung, Won Wook Jung
Abstract: Suspension system of light commercial vehicle (LCV) has enough endurance to protect passenger and freight. Leaf spring is major part of LCV suspension system. Thus, fatigue strength evaluation of leaf spring based on road load response was carried out. At first, the strain of leaf spring was measured on the city mode driving condition and proving ground driving condition. And , the damage analysis of road load response was carried out. After that, fatigue test of leaf spring was also carried out. Based on ε-N life relation, fatigue life of leaf spring was evaluated at Belgian mode, city mode and drawing test specification called the 3 steps test mode. Next, it is compared the design life of leaf spring and evaluated fatigue life by the 3steps test mode. From the above, new target of Belgian mode and city mode was proposed to gratify design specification of leaf spring. It is expect that the proposed target can be satisfied leaf spring fatigue endurance at specific road condition.
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Authors: Il Seon Sohn, Dong Ho Bae, Won Seok Jung, S.J. Park
Abstract: The suspension system of vehicle is directly influenced to ride and handling. Therefore, suspension part should have enough endurance during its lifetime to protect passenger. Spring is one of major suspension part of vehicle. Thus, in this paper, a fatigue design method for leaf spring based on proving ground response was proposed. At first, stress and displacement of leaf spring are measured through the proving ground test. And next, the maximum load acting on leaf spring assembly under driving condition was defined from the road load response. On the base of these results, fatigue tests for leaf spring assembly and 3-point bending fatigue tests for material of leaf spring were carried out. From the above, the maximum load-fatigue life relation of leaf spring material and assembly was defined, and 3-point bending test result has good agreement with leaf spring assembly fatigue test result. Thus, it is expect that economical fatigue design criterion for leaf spring assembly can be determined from fatigue data of simple smooth specimen by 3 point bending fatigue tests.
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Authors: Dong Ho Bae, Won Seok Jung, J.B. Heo
Abstract: An effective way to reduce the weight of vehicle body seems to be application of new materials, and such trend is remarkable. Among the various materials for automobile body, stainless steel sheets and cold rolled steel sheets are under the interests. However, in order to guarantee reliability of new material and to establish the long life fatigue design criteria for body structure, it is necessary to assess spot weldability and fatigue strength of spot welded lap joints fabricated under optimized spot welding condition. In this paper, spot weldability of stainless steel sheets, STS301L and STS304L, and cold rolled steel sheets, SPCC and SPCD. Fatigue strength of lap joints spot welded between similar and dissimilar materials were also assessed.
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Authors: Dong Ho Bae, Gyu Young Lee, Won Seok Jung
Abstract: Durability assessment for the suspension system of the vehicle is very important. In order to secure reliability on the results of durability assessment and fatigue design criterion, accurate stresses for the interesting component must be basically calculated. In this paper, numerical stress analyses for the automobile’s coil spring were performed. Residual stresses by shot peening were also analyzed. The effects of the stress analysis results on fatigue strength of the coil spring were discussed. From the results, fatigue durability of the shot peened coil spring could be considerably improved by the effects of compressive residual stress. However, being attacked by corrosive environments, it could decrease by corrosion fatigue degradation.
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Authors: Dong Ho Bae, Gyu Young Lee, Won Seok Jung, S.C. Park, Won Wook Jung
Abstract: Durability assessment for the suspension system of the vehicle is very important. Particularly, corrosion fatigue strength of coil spring depends on many factors including mechanical and environmental properties. In this paper, residual stresses by multiple shot peening were analyzed using finite element analysis, and evaluated its effect on corrosion fatigue strength. And also, a corrosion fatigue design criterion for coil spring of light commercial vehicle (LCV) based on proving ground response was proposed.
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