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Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering
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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Aug 1987
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Jun 1987
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Apr 1987
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Feb 1987
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A study on the optimal design for heat insulation of hot water piping systems using a dynamic programming
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 39~52
Recently, the design problem of heat insulation have been reappraised in the aspect of energy saving due to the rising trend of energy cost. For example, that design problem is increasingly requsted in the fields of accommodation air conditioning systems, hot water supply systems, cargo handling systems, district heating or cooling systems. The rational design of heat insulation of piping systems can not only improve the overall efficiency of energy transfer but also give energy saving. In this paper, the heat insulation problem of district heating systems is therefore modeled as the multi-stage decision processes, suitable for dynamic programming technique. And take the object function as the sum of heat insulation material cost involved construction cost and heat loss cost, and propose the design method to minimize the object function for overall piping systems by dynamic programing. Effectiveness of design method presented here is proved by a computer simulation.
An experimental analysis of work factors in Pre-combustion Chamber Diesel Engine
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 53~62
The Performance of Pre-combustion Chamber Diesel Engine mainly depends upon the compression, combustion and Expansion Processes. The analysis of varying tendency of the work factors for crank angles during these processes, which are consisted of 5 items such as exothermic energy, flow work, work in nozzle part, kinetic energy and cooling energy, are considered important as basic elements for effective combustion and performance improvement. In this paper, varying tendencies of the theoretical factors are investigated with pressure data through experiments. By the results, the trends of work factors are presented as basic data for comparing the influencing effects on work.
A study of transmission loss and surface vibration mode by the two microphone acoustic intensity method
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 63~71
The measuring of acoustic intensity has been investigated by many researchers and practicians during the last several decades. But due to the lack of measurement accuracy, they have had no practical use. In recent years, the two microphone acoustic intensity method has been developed by the advancement of FFT analysis technique and the digital data processing equipment. This new method of using two microphones gives informations on the noise source survey and the acoustic power of sound radiation source without the anechoic room. In this paper, theoretical formulae for the two microphone acoustic intensity method and the sound transmission loss are checked. The obtained results for the acoustical enclosure of gas heat pump were compared with the classical field incidence mass law. The surface vibration modes for a panel of enclosure were also estimated.
Transient cooling experiments with a cooper block in a subcooled flow boiling system
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 72~79
When the wall temperature is very high, a stable vapor film covers the heat transfer surface. The vapor film creates a strong thermal resistance when heat is transferred to the liquid though it. This phenomenon, called "film boiling" is very important in the heat treatment of metals, the design of cryogenic heat exchangers, and the emergency cooling of nuclear reactors. In the practical engineering problems of the transient cooling process of a high temperature wall, the wall temperature history, the variation of the heat transfer coefficients, and the wall superheat at the rewetting points, are the main areas of concern. These three areas are influenced in a complex fashion such factors as the initial wall temperature, the physical properties of both the wall and the coolant, the fluid temperature, and the flow state. Therefore many kinds of specialized experiments are necessary in the creation of precise thermal design. The object of this study is to investigate the heat transfer characteristics in the transient cooling process of a high temperature wall. The slow transient cooling experiment was carried out with a copper block of high thermal capacity. The block was 240 mm high and 79 mm O.D.. The coolant flowed throuogh the center of a 10 mm diameter channel in the copper block. In the copper block, three sheathed thermocouples were placed in a line perpendicular to the flow. These thermocouples were used to take measurements of the temperature histories of the copper block.