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Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering
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Volume 16, Issue 5 - Oct 1992
Volume 16, Issue 4 - Aug 1992
Volume 16, Issue 3 - Jun 1992
Volume 16, Issue 1 - Feb 1992
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Supermodulus Effects of Composition Modulated Metallic Foils
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 16, issue 4, 1992, Pages 31~37
Turbulent Wake Structure Behind a Spinning Circular Cylinder
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 16, issue 4, 1992, Pages 39~49
The coherent wake structures behind a spinning cylinder placed in a uniform flow were experimentally investigated by means of phase averaging technique. With a fixed cylinder Reynolds number (Re=6,600), the conditionally sampled velocity vectors were obtained at a section of 3.0 and 10 diameters behind the cylinder for the range of spin parameter S(the ratio of the peripheral velocity to that of the uniform flow) 0 to 2. Spectral analysis and vorticity contours of the velocity data show that up to S=1.2, a Karman vortex street exists within the wake, however, the coherent structures become obscure and their vorticity strength decreases as S increase. Beyond S=1.2, a distinct vortex shedding frequency no longer exists, furthermore coherent structures disappear when S is over 1.6.
Speed Control of Induction Motor Systems by Design Method of Digital Servo System
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 16, issue 4, 1992, Pages 50~59
The paper presents a digital speed control approach of induction motor systems by using a digital servo control method and a well-known second order differential equation as model. The basic concept of using the modeling equation stated in the above is induced from the control theory stand point such that we can describe usually the motor system connected by inverter, generator and load etc, just as a mechanical system to be controlled. The concept does not demand us the complicated vector-based modeling equation adopted in the traditional methods for the speed control of induction motor. Futhermore, the proposed speed control system can be treated as a single input and single output system. The effectiveness of the servo control system obtained by the above-mentioned design concept is illustrated by the experimental results in the presence of both step reference changes and load variations. It is observed from the experimental results that the steady state-error of the experimental set up becomes zero after some regulation time and the induction motor system is robust in spite of reference signal changes and load variations.
An Experimental Study on Effects of EGR Rate upon Exhaust Emissions in Small High-Speed Diesel Engines
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 16, issue 4, 1992, Pages 60~77
The effects of exhaust gas recirculation(EGR) on the characteristics of exhaust emissions and specific fuel consumption have been investigated using an eight-cylinder, four cycle, direct injection diesel engine operating at several loads and speeds. The experiments in this study are conducted on the fixed fuel injection timing of
BTDC regardless of experimental conditions. In conclusion, it is found that
emission is markedly reduced with the drop of burnt gas temperature at high speeds and loads especially as the EGR rate increases, while the soot particulate rises with EGR rate and load at a given engine speed, especially high loads. The reduction of exhaust emissions within the Korea heavy duty diesel engine emission standards can be roughly achieved by the optimal EGR rate without degarding the specific fuel consumption, based on the correlations between exhaust emissions.
Development of Refrigeration Equipment for Tuna Long Liner
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 16, issue 4, 1992, Pages 78~87
The experimental study and theoretical analysis are made in order to investigate a new refrigeration system, R-22 and R-502 or R-13 cascade compressor with panel type cooler, for tuna long liner. The experimental apparatus consists with the cascade unit, 1.5 HP R-502 compressor in the first stage and 1 HP R-22 compressor in the second stage, and 3
cold storage room with a direct expansion panel type cooler. The main result are as follows: 1. The energy saving and C.O.P. of the R-22 and R-502 or R-22 and R-13 cascade are improved much higher than two stage compressor. 2. For the point of simplicity of design, installation, and running cost, the panel type cooler is much better than traditional hair pin coil type cooler. 3. From the experimental data and analysis, the R-22 and R-502, or R-22 and R-13 cascade compressor with panel type cooler is recommended for a new refrigeration equipment of the tuna long liner.
A Study on the Computerized Formulation of the Thermodynamic Properties of Water and Steam by Personal Computer
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 16, issue 4, 1992, Pages 88~101
Properties of water and steam are very important for the steam ejector CAD program as a subroutine and design of the Shell & Tube type steam condenser. Present formular programs are based on the Skeleton Table of ASME, and are able to calculate the thermodynamoc properties of water and steam throughout the whole of the region that extend in pressure from 0 to 1000 bar and temperature from 0.01 to 80
. When comparing calculated values for specific volume, enthalpy and entropy with the Skeleton Table 1967 and IAPS Skeleton Table 1984, values fell well within tolerances specified except near the extremes of the range of interest at the critical point and triple point, where deviations were slightly larger.
A Study on the Design of a Control Circuit for Three- Phase Full Bridge Converter Using Microprocessor
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 16, issue 4, 1992, Pages 102~112
The three-phase full(6-pulse) bridge controlled rectifier is one of the most widely used types of solid-state converters in DC drive applications for higher performance. In most of the previous designs, the gate control circuits of the converter have been designed with analog method which can be easily affected by noise. Nowdays with advances of microelectronics and power electronics, microprocessor and pheripal LSIs are increasingly used for eliminating this problems. In this paper, a novel general-purpose microprocessor -based firing system and control scheme for a three-phase controlled rectifier bridge has been developed and tested. Using the phase relations between
-Y transformer in power operation part, gate pulse of the converter is generated with real time process so that microprocessor may share its time to control algorithms efficiently. The firing angle of the converter is smoothly controlled in the range of 0
with a fast respone and a constant open loop gain, even for the case where the converter is fed by a weak AC system of unregulated frequency. The hardware and software control circuit implementation built around a 80286 microprocessor is discussed, and the experimental results are given. This scheme uses less hardware components and has higher dynamic performance in variable speed DC drive applications.