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A Study on the De-Icing Performance Evaluation and Design Guide for Ice Class Louver of the Vessels Operating in Cold Region
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A Study on the De-Icing Performance Evaluation and Design Guide for Ice Class Louver of the Vessels Operating in Cold Region
Jung, Young-Jun; Seo, Young-Kyo;
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 Abstract
For the design guide of a vessel operating in cold region, numerical analysis was carried out to evaluate the ice class louver which installed the heating cables by using ANSYS 13.0 CFX. The numerical analysis was performed by considering Unsteady Reynolds Averaged Navier Stokes (RANS) equation. This study based on the experimental results of ‘The Cryogenic Performance Evaluation for the Excellent De-icing Ice Class Louver’ in KRISO. For validation of the numerical analysis results, the cold chamber experimental data measured by the heat sensors in certain location of the ice class louver was used. The external environmental temperature which varies from 0℃ to –30℃ was considered in numerical analysis. Also the design guide for optimum de-icing presented through heating cable power capacity(33 W/m, 45 W/m, 66 W/m), location of the heating cable(front, center, behind on the blade) and relative velocity(1 m/s, 4 m/s, 7 m/s).
 Keywords
De-icing;Heat transfer analysis;Heating cable power capacity;Ice-strengthened vessel;Ice class louver;
 Language
Korean
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