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Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering
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Volume 25, Issue 6 - Nov 2001
Volume 25, Issue 5 - Sep 2001
Volume 25, Issue 4 - Jul 2001
Volume 25, Issue 3 - May 2001
Volume 25, Issue 2 - Mar 2001
Volume 25, Issue 1 - Jan 2001
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Present Status of Marine Equipment Approval Service and Hereafter Improvement Direction
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 6~23
Small and Medium Enterprise Support Policy for the Globalization of Marine Equipment Industry
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 24~33
Domestic Development Trends of Electronic Chart and ECDIS Technology
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 34~40
Wavelet Transformation and Its Application
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 41~56
Technology Trend of NOx Removal
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 57~64
Development of Marine Equipment Using New Materials and Fabrication Method
Rocklin R. Farguhar ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 74~86
With the advanced composites technologies and designs advancing faster than ever in the past then years, it has extremely important to keep up with technology by introducing new manu-facturing techniques to advance the industy even more. Specifically, the marine related indus-tries. The United States has preparing for the future by aerospace composite technology to the boat, canoe, kayak and naval vessel busin. This paper will describe one of the methods being implemented to improve quality and structural integrity to compete in the world market.
A Study on the Evaluation Method for optimal Tensile NOL Ring Composite Specimen Manufactured by Filament Winding Process-to manufacture and elvaluate the composite turbine blade of wind generator system-
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 87~94
Filament winding process is a comparatively simple operation in which continuous reinforcements in the form of roving are wound over a rotating mandrel. And now it is well established as a versatile method for storage tanks and pipe for the chemical and other industries. In this study, tensile strength of a filament wound ring specimens were evaluated by split disk test fixture and dress disk test fixture. The results obtained from experiments were compared with the theoretical values obtained by the rule of mixture. And the purpose of this paper is to suggest an appropriate test method for the evaluation of tensile properties of filament wound structures. The tensile strength of a ring specimens tested by the dress disk test showed better agreement with the theoretical values than of a ring specimen tested by the split disk test because the stress concentration in edges of s split disk test fixture is more severe than the that of dress disk test fixture. The results showed that the tensile strength of a ring specimen was influenced by the geometry of test fixture, the continuity of fibers, fiber-tension, fiber-end and stress concentration in specimen.
A Study on Coupled Vibrations of Diesel Engine Propulsion Shafting (1st Report: Effects of Coupling on Natural Frequencies and their Modes)
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 95~106
When the crankshaft of diesel engine has more than 3 throws, which are arranged in a different plane, its vibration induces coupled motions, especially the coupled torsional and axial vibration. Nowadays, the torsional vibration which is influenced rather weak than axial one, can be theoretically calculated fairly accurately, but theoretical calculation results of the axial vibration which is influenced strongly from torsional vibration is not so good. To get accurate calculation results of axial vibration, coupled axial-torsional vibration must be treated. In this investigation, coupled effects of vibration of diesel engine propulsion shafting are analyzed theoretically and some simple calculation methods are also studied. On this first report, effects of coupling on natural frequencies and their modes are mainly studied, setting the each mass in 4 degrees of freedom.
Improvement of algorithm for the calculation of gas flowin intake and exhaust system on diesel engines
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 107~114
Many simulation programs included intake and exhaust system on diesel engines have been developed. However, existing programs using 1-D numerical analytic methods in manifold gas flow by the method of characteristics have some problems to be solved.. Especially to optimzing the engine system, a simulation program which had more efficiency and accuracy is required newly. In this paper, a improved method for application limit and efficiency as well as mass conservation named constant mesh explicit method of characteristic was described. And some calculation results by this method were compared with experimental results and orther calculation results. Also, it was confirmed that the results by the proposed method were more agreed with experimental results.
Combustion Characteristics Using a S.I. Optically Acessible Engine with SCV
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 115~123
This study describes the combustion characteristics under various condition of air excess ratio and ignition timing in a 2-valve gasoline optically accessible engine with swirl control valve(SCV). It adapted three different types of SCA(open ration 72.5%, 78%, 89%) to strengthen a swirl flow. Pressure data were acquired using pressure sensor to investigate the effect of swirl flow on combustion, and from these pressure data, IMEP(indicated mean effective pressure) and MFB(mass fraction burnt)were calculated to explain burn rate and flame speed. From acquired flame images, inspected the flame propagation direction, flame area, and flame centroid, Flame propagation direction was shown different tendency between with/without SCV, and flame area with SCV was faster and larger than that of conventional engine. Finally, the representative flame image at each crank angle were acquired by PDF method to verify flame growth process. It is found that strengthened swirl flow is more beneficial for faster and stable combustion.
Backward Path Tracking Control of a Trailer Type Vehicle Using a RCGA Based Parameter Estimation
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 124~130
This paper presents a methodology on automation of a trailer type vehicle which consists of two parts: a tractor and a trailer. Backward moving and parking control is very important to automate this type of vehicle. It is difficult to control the motion such a trailer vehicle whose dynamics in non-holonomic. Therefore, in this paper, the modeling and parameter estimation of the system using a RCGA(real-coded genetic algorithm) is proposed and a backward path tracking control algorithm is then obtained. The simulation results verify the effectiveness of the proposed method.
Axial Direction Velocity and Wall shear Stress Distributions of Turbulent Steady Flow in a Curved Duct
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 131~138
In this paper, an experimental investigation of characteristics of developing turbulent steady flows in a square-sectional
curved duct is presented. The experimental study using air in a square-sectional
curved duct carryed out to measure axials direction velocity and wall shear stress distrbutions by using Laser Dopper Velocimeter(LDV) system with data acquistion and processing the system of FIND6260 softwere at 7 sections from the inlet(
) to the outlet(
intervals of a curved duct.
Measurement of Flow Field in a Ginseng Cleaner Model Using PIV
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 139~145
The objective of experimental study is to apply simultaneous measurement by PIV(Particle Image Velocimetry) to high_speed flow characteristics within ginseng cleaner model. Three different kinds of flow rate(15. 20, 27l/min) are selected as experimental condition. Optimized cross correlation identification to obtain velocity distribution, time-mean velocity distribution, velocity, profile, kinetic energy and turbulence intensity are represented quantitatively for the deeped understanding of the flow characteristics in a ginseng cleaner model.
Numerical Investigations of Enhancement of a Convective Fin Efficiency by Convection-Radiation Gonjugate Heat Transfer
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 146~154
In almost all real situations, there will be a radiant interchange between adjacent fins with the base surface as well as with the external environment. In the problem of this study, a rectangular fin is attached to a based. Our concern is whether the convective fin efficiency can be increased by the radiation heat exchanged between the fin and the base surface and how much. If the fin temperature toward the tip increased by the effect of radiation, the convective heat transfer increase due to the temperature difference between the ambient temperature and the surface temperature of the fin. If this true, the efficiency of the fin due to the radiation will increase. Attention is directed toward several parameters which have major roles on getting values of the fin efficiencies in several different values of parameters. Many different cases are, therefore, to be examined to have maximum fin efficiency by varying the values of each parameter.
Drag Reduction of Cylinder with Dimpled Surface
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 155~161
Fundamental studies on the drag reduction of the circular cylinder having dimple were conducted by the measurement of the fluid force acting on the cylinder and by the flow visualization around the cylinder. The drag coefficients were changed by the shape and the geometrical arrangement of the dimple. The drag of the cylinder was reduced about 25% by the proper arrangement of the dimple. The flow field around the cylinder having dimple, which was the minimum drag, was visualized by the hydrogen bubble technique. In this case, the separation points were moved rearward and the wake region was small in comparison with that of the cylinder having no dimple.
Design of a Fuzzy Model-Based State Observer Using GAs
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 162~170
This paper presents a scheme for designing a fuzzy model-bsaed state observer for nonlinear system. For this scheme, a Tagaki-Sugeno type fuzzy model whose consequent part is of the state space form is obtained. In describes the locally linear input/output relationship of a system. The parameters of the fuzzy model are adjusted using a genetic algorithm. Then. fuzzy full-order and reduced-order state observers are designed based on the fuzzy model. A set of simulation works is carried out to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed scheme.
Optimum Working Conditions for the Minimum of Burr Formation in Grinding
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 171~181
Recently, the development of CNC machine tools seems to bring about progressional high speed, precision and automation in cutting processing, but is unlikely to avoid the generation of burr arising from plastic deformation, which may result in deterioration of improvement in the precision and productivty of products. In this study, Experiment has been carried out to prevent and decrease the grinding burr under various working conditions ; working speed, side cutting edge, back rake angle, disengage angel.
A Study on Flow Characteristics of a Wells Turbine for Wave Power Conversion Using Numerical Analysis
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 182~190
The aerodynamics of the Wells turbine has been studied using 3-d, unstructured mesh flow solver for the Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes equations. The basic feature of the Wells turbine is that even though the cyclic airflow produces oscillating axial forces on the airfoil blades, the tangential force on the rotor is always in the same direction. Geometry used to define 3-D numerical grid is based upon that of an experimental test rig. The 3-D Wells turbine model, consisting of approximate 220,000 cells is tested of four axial flow rates. In the calculations the angle of attack has been varied between 10˚ and 30˚ of blades, Representative results from each case are presented graphically andy analysed. It is concluded that this technique holds much promise for future development of Wells turbines.
A Study on the Remote Detection of a Hydraulic Cylinder Stroke Using Optical Fiber Sensors
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 191~198
In order to comprise a basic closed-loop control system for hydraulic systems it is necessary to detect the piston rod stroke of a hydraulic cylinder. There are many conventional type sensors which can detect the displacement of cylinders. However, they cannot reveal the original performance normally or they cannot be applied at all where the operating circumstance of cylinders is beyond specifications of sensors. Especially, for the purpose of detecting the strokes of cylinders mounted on heavy equipments, a special exclusive sensor must be used because the operating circumstances of heavy equipments are so severe that general purpose sensors cannot endure such circumstance as shock and a residual vibration induced by rough works. In this paper, an exclusive method for detecting the piston rod stroke for heavy equipments is suggested, which adopts a remote detecting technique using optical fiber sensors. Several experiments using the prototype are executed for verifying the effectiveness of the suggested method and the possibility of the accurate detection of stroke.
Yaw Angle Command Generation and Adaptive Fuzzy Control for Automatic Route Tracking of Ships
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 25, issue 1, 2001, Pages 199~208
In this paper, an automatic route tracking algorithm using the position variables and the yaw angle of a ship is suggested, Since most autopilot systems paly only a role of course-keeping by integrating the gyrocompass output, they cannot cope with position errors between the desired route and real route of the ship resulted from a drifting and disturbances such as wave, wind and currents during navigation. In order for autopilot systems to track the desired route, a method which can reduce such position errors is required and some algorithms have been proposed[1,2]While such were turned out effective methods, they have a shortage that the rudder control actions for reducing the position errors are occurred very frequently. In order to improve this problem it is necessary to convert that error into the corresponding yaw angle and necessary to treat only yaw angle control problem. To do this a command generation algorithm which converts the rudder angle command reducing the current position error into they yaw angle command is suggested. To control the ship under disturbances and nonlinearities of the ship dynamics, the adaptive fuzzy controller is developed. Finally, through computer simulations for two ship models, the effectiveness of the suggested method and the possibility of the automatic route tracking are assured.