Papers by Author: Byung Sun Kim

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Authors: Young Jae Park, Byung Sun Kim, Han Ok Ko, Yoon Suk Chang, Jae Boong Choi, Young Jin Kim, Joon Seong Lee, C.S. Kim
Abstract: A seamless analysis of IT-related products, such as cellular phone, LCD monitor and note PC etc., which are thin and complex geometry is one of great concerns in product design. However, there is a considerable amount of gap between the industrial application and fundamental academic studies due to a time consuming detailed mesh generation. In order to settle the bottleneck, an auto mesh generation program based on a modified grid-based approach is proposed in this paper. At first, base mesh and skin mesh were generated using informations on entities which extracted from an IGES (Initial Graphics Exchange Specification) file. Secondly, a provisional core mesh with a rough boundary geometry was constructed by superimposing the skin mesh into the base mesh generated from CAD model. And then, positions of boundary nodes were redistributed to delineate exact geometry of the provisional mesh. Finally, good qualified meshes were constructed by moving the positions of the nodes and splitting elements along boundary edges. In conclusion, it is anticipated that the developed program can be used as a promising pre-processor for static or dynamic analysis of various IT-related products.
Authors: Ji Sang Park, Byung Sun Kim, Jin Bong Kim, Tae Wook Kim
Abstract: Despite of the excellent properties of carbon nanofiber, the properties of carbon nanofiber filled polymer composite were not improved as much as expected. The usual reason may be not sufficient dispersion of the nanofibers within the composites. For the improvement in the mechanical properties of composites, the carbon nanofiber reinforced hybrid composites was investigated. For the dispersion of the carbon nanofiber, the solution blending method using ultrasonic was used. The hybrid composite was manufactured by the Solution-Dip-Type prepreg manufacturing machine. This machine is consisted of resin bath, curing tower that evaporates solvent and process controller for manufacturing speed. The prepregs were cured in an Autoclave. 3 wt% of carbon nanofiber containing hybrid composite, Carbon Fabric/Ep, was tested by Universal Testing Machine. The tensile strength and modulus were improved by 25% and 35%, respectively. In-plane shear strength and modulus were improved by 45% and 78%, respectively.
Authors: Byung Sun Kim, Dock Jin Lee, Ja Choon Koo, Jae Boong Choi, Young Jin Kim, Jong Nam Lee, Young Bee Chu
Abstract: As the TFT-LCDs are getting more attention for the next generation display device, specifications of the mechanical functionalities of the device is to be more tighter as well as the electrical user specifications. Due to its brittle characteristics of TFT-LCD panels, maintaining mechanical integrity under an impact loading situation is the one of the key design concerns. Furthermore, as the TFT-LCDs are popularly adopted for various mobile equipments such as cellular phones and digital cameras, shock failure of the display should be prohibitive for the design engineers. A major incident being monitored during the shock loading is of course the local material failure of the TFT-LCD panel that might happen at its maximum deformation. The present work delivers a systematic approach for the shockproof design of mobile TFT-LCD. A specially designed shock test setup evaluated by a set of rigorous FEM analyses is shown and comments for the shockproof method is to be also delineated.
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