Papers by Author: Young Shin Lee

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Authors: Je Jun Lee, Young Shin Lee, Jae Hoon Kim, Seong Woo Byun, Song Heo Koo, Soon Il Moon
Abstract: The combustor chamber, diffuser and nozzle are the main components of the ramjet engine. In this study, the thermal strength of the combustion chamber of the ramjet engine was evaluated. The combustion chamber consists of an Inconel alloy 718 liner and a 17-4Ph stainless steel housing. The liner is rapidly heated to a high temperature. The heated liner is cooled with a film cooling method that forms a cold boundary layer to separate the hot gas from the surface of the liner. The thermo-structural analysis is evaluated the thermal strength of super alloy structure with various thermal insulation performances by finite element method with code MSC/Nastran. The result of the analysis is compared with accelerated stress rupture test. The experiment is performed to get safety design and estimate actually life-time for combustor chamber under high temperature. In general, the work in this paper is helpful to further improve the understanding and evaluation of thermal strength of the super alloy structure with various thermal insulation performances.
Authors: Song Heo Koo, Young Shin Lee, Jae Hoon Kim, S.J. Kim, Young Jin Choi
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to estimate structural characteristic for air inlet part of ramjet in condition of flight at 12-15km height. Because air inlet part of ramjet is heated up to 700oK, high temperature properties such as Young’s modulus, thermal expansion coefficients and thermal conductivity coefficients are applied to the analysis. The analysis of transient temperature and thermal stress was performed by the finite element method with nonlinear code ABAQUS. The analysis was performed using several thermal coefficient and material properties to select preliminary design model for flight condition. Thermal boundary conditions were applied at ramjet inlet part until 0.01sec. The results of the analysis recommend tendency of thermal stress and temperature distribution. These are useful to select the structural material and to determine shape of air inlet part which satisfy the structural design safety.
Authors: Jung Seob Hyun, Gee Wook Song, Young Shin Lee
Abstract: A more accurate life prediction for gas turbine blade takes into account the material behavior under the complex thermo-mechanical fatigue (TMF) cycles normally encountered in turbine operation. An experimental program has been carried out to address the thermo-mechanical fatigue life of the IN738LC nickel-base superalloy. High temperature out-of-phase and in-phase TMF experiments in strain control were performed on superalloy materials. Temperature interval of 450-850 was applied to thermo-mechanical fatigue tests. The stress-strain response and the life cycle of the material were measured during the test. The mechanisms of TMF damage is discussed based on the microstructural evolution during TMF. The plastic strain energy based life pediction models were applied to the stress-strain history effect on the thermo-mechanical fatigue lives.
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