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Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering
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Volume 13, Issue 4 - Aug 1989
Volume 13, Issue 3 - Jun 1989
Volume 13, Issue 2 - Apr 1989
Volume 13, Issue 1 - Feb 1989
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A study on the torsional vibration analysis of multi-branched power driving system
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 13, issue 2, 1989, Pages 21~42
Recently, multi-branced driving systems are often used for power station systems or for marine propulsion systems to save the initial cost, the man power and to improve the energy efficiency. As the multi-branched power system has a very complicated vibrating system, its analyzing method is quite different from the ordinary method for the single straight system. In this study, the multi-branched power system is reduced to derive equations of free vibration and some analytical methods are studied to solve these equations and computer programs are developed to calcuate their numerical solutions. And also, equations of forced-damped vibration of the multi-branched power system which involves diesel engines are derived and their solving methods are studied. Some computer programs are developed to get responses of the forced vibration with damping and their results are synthesized to get resultant responses. Finally, exciting forces of diesel engine and damping forces of power driving systems are appreciated to help field engineers by suggesting reasonable method of estimating their values.
A study on electrochemical protection diagrams of steel in nitric and sulfuric acid solutions
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 13, issue 2, 1989, Pages 43~63
Various kinds of corrosion prevention methods have been developed. It is known that the method of electrochemical protection is more effective and economical than any other method on the large scale metal structures in corrosive solutions. Strong acid solutions such as nitric and sulfuric acid solutions are often used in industries, and the expensive stainless steel is almost exclusively used for the equipment that comes in contact with such acid solutions. However, it is more reasonable that carbon steel is used rather than stainless steel depending upon concentration of those acid solutions from the economical viewpoint. In this study, the typical strong acid solution such as nitric and sulfuric acid solutions are chosen for the experiment and the selected materials of specimen are the stainless steels of SUS 304L and SUS 316L, the carbon steels of SS 41, SM 50 and RA 32, and highly pure lead. Electrochemical protection diagrams can be drawn with data from the external cathodic and anodic polarization curves of SUS 304L, SUS 316L and SM 50 steels in 5-60% nitric acid solutions and from those polarization curves of SS 41, RA 32, SM 50 and SUS 316L steels, and highly pure lead in 2.5-98% sulfuric acid solutions at the slow scanning rate. The data obtained with using the determination method of the optimum cathodic protection potential, the Tafel extrapolation method and the characteristics of anodic polarization curves. The main results obtained from the diagrams are as follows: 1) In nitric acid solution : (1) Corrosion potentials exist in each of those corrosion zones on the stainless steels in the lower concentration than about 12% solutions and on the high tensile strength steels in the lower concentration than about 30% solutions, but the corrosion current (density) in each zone is small on the above mentioned former steels and large on the latter ones. (2) The stainless steels can be self-passivated in the higher concentration than 15% solutions, and the high tensile strength steels gives rise to the same phenomenon in the higher concentration than 35% solutions. (3) The stainless steels in the lower concentration than 60% solutions and the high tensile strength steels in the higher concentration than 35% solutions can be used without protection, but the latter steels must ve protected anodically in the lower conccentration than about 30% solutions. 2) In sufuric acid solution : (1) The carbon steels can be self-passivated in the higher concentration than 45% solutions, and the SUS 316L steel in higher concentration than 75% solutions and the lead in all concentration solutions also gives rise to the same phenomenon. (2) The lead in the lower concentration than 80% solutions and the SUS 316L steel in the higher concentration than 80% solutions can be used without protection. (3) The carbon steels in the higher concentration than 50% solutions also can be used without protecting economically, but the SUS 316L steel in the 20-70% solutions are considerably corrosive without protecting anodically.
A study on the Al cementation and formation of corrosion-resisting, hardening layer on the steel surface by the arc spray method
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 13, issue 2, 1989, Pages 64~77
In this study, the experiments were carried out for the purpose of establishment of aluminium cementation to steel surface by diffusible heat treatment after making the coated film onto the substrate by arc spray method. Also, the microstructure and mechanical properties of the cementation layer produced by this study were inspected for various heat treatment and spraying conditions. Main results obtained are as follow ; 1. The coating film characteristics which have excellent errosion-resistance, high temperature oxidation-resistance are obtained by aluminium penetration heat treatment after making the sprayed aluminum coating film onto the steel substrate. 2. Aluminium diffusion penetration takes place at higher temperature than 660.deg.C, and the more heat treatment time and the higher heat treatment temperature adopted, the deeper diffusion layer obtained. 3. Insert gas arc spraying using argon gas as the carrier gas higher improvement of mechanical property than that of compressed air environment. 4. The coating film characteristics appeared to be improvement of adhesive property, porosity plugging effect by heat treatment in air environment.
Design of control systems by a linear fractional transformation
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 13, issue 2, 1989, Pages 78~88
The fundamental objective of this paper has been to develop a means for incoporating the concept of the linear fractional transformation more generally and easily into multivariable feedback design procedure. When we design a continuous system, generally, we are constrained by design methods which arise specifically for the system. Also, in the design of descrete systems, it is the same concept. But the approach developed in this paper is very flexible in the view that in spite of being the continuous or discrete, the design can be done using a well known design method in both cases. That is, when we design a contnuous system or discrete system, the design can be done by a standard design method of continuous systmes or discrete ones, depending on the choice of the linear fractional transformation. Therefore, it is noted that this concept has broken the unflexibility of the conventional design rules for multivariable control system. In essence, the concept shows that if a given system is controllable, some desirable design, for examples, pole assignment within prespecified region, optimal controllers with poles within prespecified region etc., could be done easily by transforming a desirable region into a standard region, such as the complex left-half plane or the unit disk, by the chosen linear fractional transformation, and then by designing the transformed system using the well known standard results.