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Volume 18, Issue 5 - Oct 1994
Volume 18, Issue 4 - Aug 1994
Volume 18, Issue 3 - Aug 1994
Volume 18, Issue 2 - Apr 1994
Volume 18, Issue 1 - Feb 1994
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A Theoretical Study on the Dynamic Characteristics of Damping Flexible Coupling(I)
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 18, issue 1, 1994, Pages 11~22
The present works are the theoretical results of the study to develope a damping flexible coupling which has a high performance of control for the torsional vibrations of power shafts in a large machinery. It is established the analysis scheme of the multiple-leaf spring, to obtain the static coefficient of stiffness of the coupling. Also, the dynamic coefficient of stiffness and the damping coefficient of the coupling are indentified through the flow analysis for a induced flow of working fluid by the deflection of multiple-leaf springs. This paper dealt with damping contributions by the friction between each plate of the multiple-leaf spring. In this paper, it is found that the dynamic characteristics of the damping flexible coupling are strongly dependent on the stiffness and the number of the multiple-leaf spring, and also vary with the viscosity of working fluid and the vibration speed of the inner star.
An Experimental Study on the Dynamic Characteristics of Damping Flexible Coupling( II )
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 18, issue 1, 1994, Pages 23~31
The present works are the experimental results of the study to develope a damping flexible coupling which has a high performance of control for the torsional vibrations of power shafts in a large machinery. The damping flexible coupling is manufactured and is compared for dynamic characteristics with other type coupling which is the Geislinger coupling. The static coefficient of stiffness and the damping coefficient allows the control of excitation frequency through a cam driver. The experimental results obtained from the two couplings are compared with the theoretically results.
A Study on the Radiation Heat Transfer Characteristics of Liquid Droplet Radiator
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 18, issue 1, 1994, Pages 32~40
The radiative heat transfer analysis in particle layer has an inherent difficulty in treating the governing integro-differential equations, which are derived from the remote effects. Most of the existing analyses are limited to the one dimensional system, taking into account only absorption or isotropic scatting of solid particles. Fortunately, a new Monte Carlo Simulation method is recently developed to analyse multidimensional radiative heat transfer in particles with anisotropically scatting. By this method, the present study analyses the radiative heat transfer in dispersed particles through the numerous droplets in the liquid droplet radiator to develop a technique of liquid droplet radiator. Consequently, knows that the radiative heat flux in particle layer is influenced by exitinction coefficient, optical thickness and surface area of particles in the system.
Fullly Developed Turbulent Flow and Heat Transfer in Concentric Annuli with Square - Ribbed Roughness
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 18, issue 1, 1994, Pages 41~50
A Study on the Performance Characteristics of Air Driven Gas Ejector
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 18, issue 1, 1994, Pages 51~59
The gas jet pumps serve to preduce a vacuum or can be used as gas jet compressors. These are operated on the same principle as a steam jet vacuum pump : in the driving nozzle the pressure energy of the motive medium is converted into the kinetic energy. In the diffuser the driving jet mixes with the suction medium and the kinetic energy is reconverted into the pressure enegy. The application fields of gas jet ejectors are the evacuation of siphoning installations, the elevation of liquids, the production of vacuum filters, the vacuum supporting airlift system, the evacuation of the suction line of centrifugal pumps and the ventilation of the dangerous gases to the atmosphere. The performance of gas jet ejector is influenced strongly to velocity coefficient of motive nozzle, the distance between the motive outlet to the diffuser inlet and the dimensions of diffuser. This study is performed for the computer aided design of gas jet ejectors in future. Through the present experiments, it is known that the velocity coefficient of the motive air nozzle ranges from 0.91 to 0.95 and the maximum efficiency of gas jet ejector is 24.6%.
The Effect of Free Stream Turbulence on the Coherent Structures in the near Wake of a Circular Cylinder
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 18, issue 1, 1994, Pages 60~72
The effect of free stream tubulence on the coherent structure in the near wake of a circular cylinder was investigated by a conditional sampling technique. The measurements were made from C.T.A. with hot wire I-probe and a Split-film sensor. Contours of phase-averaged velocity and vorticities were presented and discussed. It was found that the value of the vortex strength increased with increasing free stream turbulence which can enhance the roll-up of the shear layer.
A study on the irrigation water pumping system of multipurpose dams by the large water ejector
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 18, issue 1, 1994, Pages 73~80
The water ejector is a low pressure high flow rate volumetric pump. It utilize the energy of a low mass flow, high velocity stream to induce a large mass flow, low velocity stream. In addition, it has a very good resistances to cavitation compared to the other type of pumps, and the maintenance cost is practically nil. There has been enormous energy loss to supply the upper part water of dam which has large potential energy as mere irrigation water in domestic multipurpose dam. The new type of energy saving system which developed through the present study can economizes over 950,000 kWh per year by mixing the upper part water of dam with the waste water by the large water ejector. This paper estimates the economical efficiency of the new type of irrigation water pumping system, and further more, represents the change of performance characteristics of large water ejector, which was adapted to this system, according to the fluctuation of upper water level that seasonally changes.
Combustion Noise Characteristics in Gas and Liquid Flames
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 18, issue 1, 1994, Pages 81~91
Combustion noise involved with chemical heat release and turbulent process in turbopropulsion systems, gasturbine, industrial furnaces and internal engines is indeed noisy. The experimental study reported in this paper is made to identify a dominant combustion noise in jet flames. Gaseous propane and kerosene fuel have been used with air as the oxidizer in a different jet combustion systems. Combustion and aerodynamic noise are studied through far field sound pressure measurements in an anechoic chamber. And also mean temperature and velocities and turbulent intensities of both isothermal and reacting flow fields were measured. It is shown that axial mean velocity of reacting flow fields is higher about 1 to 3m/sec than that of cold flow in a gaseous combustor. As the gaseous fuel flow rate increases, the acoustic power increases. But the sound pressure level for the spray flame decreases with increasing equivalence ratio. The influence of temperature in the combustion fields due to chemical heat release has been observed to be a dominant noise source in the spray flame. The spectra of combustion noise in gaseous propane and kerosene jet flame show a predominantly low frequency and a broadband nature as compared with the noise characteristics in an isothermal air jet.
A Study on CAM System for Machining of Sculptured Surface in Mold Cavity(1) - Generation of High Precision Machining Data for Curved Surfaces -
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 18, issue 1, 1994, Pages 92~100
For generating NC machining data automatically, it is important to handle computer models such as geometric shape data including engineering specifications for the mechanical part to be manufactured. We proposed unique CAM system for a personal computer that can define the geometric shape in an ease manner and machine the sculptured surfaces of a mold cavity. In this paper, the theoretical basis of generation of high precision machining data for a mold cavity is obtained. The first is geometric modelling, and the second is high precision machining with an optimized tool path algorithm satisfying given tolerance limits. Especially, the bicubic Bezier basis function is adopted for a geometric modelling.
Thrbulent Wake Structure behind Rectangular Cylinders in a Uniform Shear Flow
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 18, issue 1, 1994, Pages 101~113
This research has presented and experimental investigation on the characteristics of turbulent wake past a rectanular cylinder, according to various width/height ratio such as B/H=2.0, 2.79, 3.0, and 4.0 in a uniform shear flow. In order to perform this study, a special shear flow generator which produces the uniform shear flow has been designed and manufactured. It is found that the characteristics of the wake in a uniform shear flow are quite different from those of a uniform flow and vary with shear rate. And also, the formation of regular vortex structure is concerned with shear rate.
A Study on Annealing Cycle Control Temperature of Hi - CON/2 BAF and HNx BAF
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 18, issue 1, 1994, Pages 114~122
A cold temperature control system for the BAF(batch annealing furnace) has been established in order to reduce energy consumption to imrpove productivity and stabilize the properties of products. Therefore we confirmed a relation between annealing cycle time and atmospheric gas, changing annealing cycle time according to BAF temperature with time during heating and actual temperature measurements cold spot during soaking. The results of the temperature variation effect on the batch annealing are as follows. 1) Cooling rate is increasing gradually with increasing atmospheric gas flow, but heating rate is hardly increasing without atmospheric gas component. Heating time is reduced to one half with increasing atmospheric gas flow rate and changing of atmospheric gas component from HNx to Ax gas and annealing cycle time is reduce to 2.7 times. 2) With enlarging the difference between furnace temperature and soaking temperature at the HNx BAF, heating time becomes short, but cooling time is indifferent. 3) If temperature difference of 300.deg. C in the temperature change of cold spot according to the annealing cycle control temperature, Hi-CON/H2BAF is interchanging at each other at 26hours, but HNxBAF at 50 hours. 4) Soaking time at batch annealing cycle determination is made a decision by the input coil width, and soaking time for quality homogenization of 1219 mm width coil must be 2.5 hours longer then that of 914mm width coil for the same coil weight at Hi-CON/H2BAF. But, it is necessary to make 2 hours longer at HNxBAF.