Development of Novel Platform to Predict the Mechanical Damage of a Miniature Mobile Haptic Actuator
AbstractImpact characterization of a linear resonant actuator (LRA) is studied experimentally by a newly-developed drop tester, which can control various experimental uncertainties, such as rotational moment, air resistance, secondary impact, and so on. The feasibility of this test apparatus was verified by a comparison with a free fall test. By utilizing a high-speed camera and measuring the vibrational displacement of the spring material, the impact behavior was captured and the damping ratio of the system was defined. Based on the above processes, a finite element model was established and the experimental and analytical results were successfully correlated. Finally, the damage of the system from impact loading can be expected by the developed model and, as a result, this research can improve the impact reliability of the LRA. View Full-Text
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Choi, B.; Kwon, J.; Jeon, Y.; Lee, M.G. Development of Novel Platform to Predict the Mechanical Damage of a Miniature Mobile Haptic Actuator. Micromachines 2017, 8, 156.
Choi B, Kwon J, Jeon Y, Lee MG. Development of Novel Platform to Predict the Mechanical Damage of a Miniature Mobile Haptic Actuator. Micromachines. 2017; 8(5):156.Chicago/Turabian Style
Choi, Byungjoo; Kwon, Jiwoon; Jeon, Yongho; Lee, Moon G. 2017. "Development of Novel Platform to Predict the Mechanical Damage of a Miniature Mobile Haptic Actuator." Micromachines 8, no. 5: 156.
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