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Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering
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Volume 22, Issue 6 - Nov 1998
Volume 22, Issue 5 - Sep 1998
Volume 22, Issue 4 - Jul 1998
Volume 22, Issue 3 - May 1998
Volume 22, Issue 2 - Mar 1998
Volume 22, Issue 1 - Feb 1998
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Introduction of diesel engine division of Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 127~138
A Study on the Preocessing of high Runctional Composites and the Evaluation of Its Characteristics
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 139~145
Filament winding method is widely used for composite fabrications using low viscosity liquid for-mation and processing asymmetrical structures of pressure vessel pipe rocket motor case etc. The filament winding method is affected by several parameters such as pot life of process time viscosi-ty of resin filament winding temperature and schedules curing condition and post curing condi-tion of resin. To develope high functional composite materials the rotation(5, 15, 20, 30rpm) of the winding machine was controlled by D.C motor. And the wiper to give proper tension was equipped between strand and resin bath. The resin is hooked by the design wiper. The adequate cure schedule was found by DSC. NOL ring test is carried out to investigate the basic physical properties such as design technology. The void contents in filament winding is generally higher than that of the prepreg laminated plate. These high contents of void can make a crack in resin in spite of low deformation. These problem was solved by giving tension in processing. To improve the characteristics of fiber volume fraction void contents resin/fiber bonding the winding speedc is changed under constant tension. It was found that resin impregnation was not different from in fiber contents void contents at the range of 0.5~1kg tension but it was found that resin was not impregnated at the above of 1.5kg tension. In burst test a pure PE liner was failed at a nozzle part under the
pressure but a pressure vessel of CNG was failed at a cylinder part under the
An Empirical Study on the Satisfaction of Shipboard Training for Marine Engineering Part Cadets: The Case of Korea Maritime University
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 146~173
It is one of the most important factors Seafarers Education Quality Assurance and management in Higher Maritime Education Institution. The educational process and result of Higher Maritime Educational Institution. The educational process and result of Higher Maritime Educational Institution should be evaluated according to the 1995 Amendments to the International Convention on Standards of Training Certification and Watchkddping for Seafares(STCW) 1978. Actuall above-mentioned evaluation is deemed to make foundation in order to enhance the efficiency of shipboard education by surveying the satisfaction of shipboard training for Marine Engineering part cadets by the group. In this paper we carried out the questionnaire survey to study stisfactory value and the reason of dissatisfaction of 89 cadets being trained on board the Training Ship in Maritime College of Korea Maritime University The results were calculated by frequency and percentage; the significance of difference among Department groups like Marine Engineering Maritime polic and Ship Operating Systems Engineering Engineering was analysed by
Robust Stability Bounds for Discrete-Time Regulators with Computation Delays
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 174~180
Robust stability of discrete-time regulators which utilize state predictors to compensate computation delays is considered. Novel expressions for the return difference matrices and the complementary sensitivity matrices at the input and the output of the regulator are found to obtain simple bounds for unstructured perturbations. Robust stability for pertubations of the system matrix and /or the gain matrix is also considered. under certain restriction on the nominal system simple bounds for the pertubations are obtained directly from the characteristic equation. It is shown that as far as the effect of the computation delays concerns these bounds have explicit relation to those for the unstructured pertubations.
Simulation of Refrigerator Characteristics
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 181~189
A general steady-state model for simulation on domastic refrigerator has been developed. The system model consists of various standard components such as evaporator compressor condenser capillary tube and cabinet. Cabinet is not system component but influence characteristic on domastic refrigerator. The purpose of this paper is to compare between characteristics of HFC 134a with CFC 12 in the domastic refrigerator and to predict the steady state cycle performance which is various specifications of cycle components under the continuous running conditions. As the results of simulation the coefficient of performance of both condenser and evaporator increases with increasing UA the increasing rate for condenser is greater than for evaporator.
Time Constant of a Fine-Wire Thermocouple Immersed to Fluids
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 190~199
a new measuring method is suggested to determine the time constant of a thermocouple wire to be applied for the measurement of the true fluid temperatures in varying flow states. Based on the techniques of internal heating which are commonly used to measure mean time constants we extend the existing method to measure instantaneous time constants continuously. A method of measurement and analysis is presented and verified experimentally.
An Investigation on Heat transfer Characteristics of Inclined Wall Attaching Offest jet
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 200~209
Experiments have been conducted to determine heat transfer characteristics for a two-dimen-sional turbulent wall attaching offset jet at different oblique angles to a flat surface. The local Nusselt number distributions were measured using liquid crystal as a temperature sensor. Wall static pressure coefficient profiles were measured at the Reynolds number Re 53200(based on the nozzle width, D) the offset ratio H/D from 2.5 to 10 and the oblique angle a from
It is observed that the maximum Nusselt number point occurs slightly upstream of time-averaged reattachment point for all oblique angles. The correlations between the maximum Nusselt number and Reynolds number offset ration and oblique angle are presented.
Study on the pressure drop of ternary refrigerant R-407c during condensation inside horizontal micro-fin tubes
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 210~218
Experimental results for forced convection condensationof Refrigerant-22 and ternary Refrigerant-407c(HFC-32/125/134a 23/25/52 wt%) considered as a substitute R-22 inside horizontal micor-fin tubes are presented. The test section was horizontal double-tubed counterflow condenser with a length 4000 mm micro-fin tube having 9.53 mm OD., 0.2 mm fin height and 60 fins. The refrigerants R-22 and R-407c were cooled by a coolant circulated in a surrounding annulus. The range of parameters of mass velocity was varied from 102.1 to 301.0kg/(
) with inlet quality 1.0. Both refrigerant R-22 and its alternative refrigerant R-407c were tested within the same range of parameters. At the given experimental conditions for R-22 and R-407c the pressure drops for R-407c were considerably higher than those for R-22 at micro-fin tubes. Over the mass velocity range tested the PF(penalty factor)was lower than the increasing ratio of heat transfer area by fins. Based on the data correlation was proposed for predicting the frictional pressure drops for R-22 and R-407c for a duration of condensation inside a horizontal micro-fin tube.
A Study on the Calculation f Maximum Strain of Propeller Shaft Coating Materials
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 219~224
Recently to achieve the anti-corrossive effect in propeller shafts the coating technique with suit-able coating materials is available instead of bronze-sleeved shafts. In this case the coating mate-rials in service must not be delaminated from the shaft and the crack must not be originated. Thus the various performance and security test for coating materials of propeller shaft must be carried out under the real conditions or more severe circumstance. The most important factors effecting on the funtion of coating materials in propeller shaft are the strain and the environment of sea water. In this paper therefore the maximum possible strain which can be occured in real propeller shaft was calculated based on IACA standard classification rule in order to give the proper level of strain to the test samples in performance test of propeller shaft coating materials.
Propagation Speed Characteristics of Premixed Methane-Air Flame in a Combustion Chamber with Model of Engine Cylinder
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 225~231
Flame propagation speed characteristics of methante-air mixtures were experimentally investigated in combustion chamber modelled engine. Flame propagation process was known as a funtion of equivalence ratio initial pressure and initial temperature. Ion probe and schlieren photograph were applied to measure the local flame speed and flame radius in quiescent mixtures. Pressure was also measured to make sure of the reproducibility and to apply combustion analysis. Burning velocity was calculated from the flame propagation speed and combustion analysis. Flames were developed faster with higher initial pressure and initial temperature but showed maximum propagation speed at equivalence ratio 1.1 regardless of initial pressure and temperature. Local flame speed was maximum values at near midpoint between center and wall.
Position/Force Control of a Robot by a Nonlinear Compensator and Feedforward Control
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 232~240
This paper deals with a hybrid position/force control of a robot which is moving on the constrained object with constant force. The proposed controller is composed of a position and force controller. The position controller has a nonlinear compensator which is based on the dynamic robot model and the force controller is attached by feedforward element. A direct drive robot with hard nonlinearity which is controlled by the proposed algorithm has moved on the constrained object with a high stiffness and low stiffness. The results show that the proposed controller has more vibration suppression effects which is occurred to the constrained object with a high stiffness, than a existing feedback controller, and accurate force control can be obtained by comparatively a small feedback gain.
A Study on the characteristics Torque and rpm for Varying Oil Quantity in Hydaultic Couplings
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 241~247
The hydraulic coupling is a kind of power transmission device combined with pump turbine and casing as its main parts. The purpose of this research is to construct an experimental test set-up and to establish an available soft ware for th characteristics of two domestically developed hydraulic couplings. The test item is torgue rpm. and slip and or efficiency characteristic in accordance with variation of oil quantity. in this case the oil quantity was varied 55%, 67% and 77% of the inside capacity of hydraulic copuling.
A Study on Effects of Fuel Injection System on the Performance in a V8-Type Diesel Engine
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1998, Pages 248~256
The effects of fuel injection system on the performance in a V8-type diesel engine was stuided in this paper. Fuel injection system is important factor which influence the engine performance and exhaust emission bcasuse the properties in the injected fuel depend on the atomization characteristics. In this study using diesel engine of 17.7:1 compression ration the engine performance and exhaust emission are measured experimentally according to 1000, 1400, 2200rpm in the full-load conditions. The chosen parameters for the major system are such diameter shape of combustion chamber and intake system. The results are as follows: As the nozzle hole diameter and injection angle become smaller and as the injection timing gets advanced the fuel consumption and concentration of smoke are decreasing whereas concentration of
is increasing. Andconcentration of
is increasing in accordance with the increase of injection pipe diameter and nozzle protrusion. Also it is shown that re-entrant type combustion chamber is more effective than that of toroidal type in the improvement of