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Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering
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Volume 9, Issue 4 - Aug 1985
Volume 9, Issue 3 - Jun 1985
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Apr 1985
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Feb 1985
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The study on corrosion fatigue and cathodic protection of the steel plates used for the shipbuilding
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 1985, Pages 126~142
The plane bending corrosiion fatigue test for the welded metal parats was performed in the air and in the natural sea water with and without applying cathodic protection. The specimens tested were the weld of SM41 steel plates, SM58 steel plates and of SM41 to SM58, which were all prepared by submerged arc welding. The main results obtained from the experiment are summarized as follows: (1) In case with SM41 and SM58 steel plates, lower value of impact strength, higher value of hardness and more noble electrode potential were observed in the welded metal part than in the HAZ and base metal. Also the lowest hardness zone in the HAZ was observed with SM58 which was not found with SM41. In case with weld specimen of SM41 to SM58, the impact strength and the electrode potential of the welded metal part showed again the lowest and most noble value but the hardness value was located between those of SM41 and SM58 base metal. (2) In the fatigue test, the specimens tested in the air and under the cathodic protection were both cracked in a purely mechanical mode, but the specimens tested without cathodic protection were cracked by the combination of mechanical fracture and electro-chemical corrosion. (3) The corrosion fatigue limit of the welded metal parts of the specimen was increased by the cathodic protection. As the protection potential was varied down to -800 mV vs. SCE the fatigue limit was increased to the value tested in the air, and the maximum fatigue limit appeared at the -1, 000 - -1, 200 mV vs. SCE. However, as the protection potential was further decreased below -1, 200 mV vs.SCE, the fatigue limit of weld of SM58 and of SM41-SM58 joining was decreased but the limit was almost constant in the case of weld of SM41. (4) It is suggested that when designing steel ship the corrosion fatigue limit of welded metal parts should be stressed as a designing strength of the structure of steel ship in addition to the conventional basis considering simply tensile strength of steel and safety factor.
Stress analysis of marine diesel engine piston
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 1985, Pages 143~152
In this paper, temperature distribution and thermal stress are investigated considering engine peak pressure and the time average temperature distribution in the piston under running conditions for the marine diesel engine. The induced stress are calculated by the Finite Element Method (FEM). The results obtained are summerized as follows. 1) The results calculated by the FEM present good agreement with other numerical solution in literatures. 2) It is comfirmed that the maximum compressive stresses are induced in the part of outside wall between the piston crown and the pin bush 3) In the axial direction, the hoop stresses are changed its sign at the portion of crown near the inner wall side. 4) Large gradient of temperature is shown in the piston crown near the side wall in the axial direction, in the part between the piston crown and the pin bush in radial direction. 5) In case of stress distribution of piston wall surface in the axial direction, the hoop stress is a little greater than axial stress, and the latter is greater than the radial stress.
A study on the mechanism of stress corrosion cracking of stainless steel
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 1985, Pages 153~158
The dependence of the corrosion potential on the stress corrosion cracking of 304 austenitic stainless steel was inspected by using the specimen of constant displacement type under the environment of 42%
boiled solution. The relationship of the corrosion potential to the intermittent propagation behaviour in stress corrosion cracking was cleared. As the results, a possible model of stress corrosion cracking of 304 austenitic stainless steel in
boiled solution was presented on the basis of the Film Rupture Model. This model is specified by the following process. Rupturing of passive film at notch tip .rarw. Dissolution of metal ion and formation of tunnel .rarw. Initiation of microcrack .rarw. Propagation of main crack .rarw. Recreation of passive film at new crack surface.
A study on the calculation of Synthesized torsional vibration for the marine diesel engine shafting by the modal analysis method
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 1985, Pages 159~169
The calculation of torsional vibration for marine diesel engine propulsion shafting is normally carried out by equalizing exciting energy to damping energy, or using the dynamic magnifier. But, with these methods, the vibration amplitudes are calculated only for resonance points and vibration amplitudes of other running speeds of engine are determined by the estimation. Recently, many energy-saving ships have been built and on these ships, two-stroke, supercharged, super-long stroke diesel engines which have a small number of cylinders are usually installed. In these cases, the first order critical-torsional vibrations of these engine shaftings appear ordinarily near the MCR speed and the stress amplitudes of their vibration skirts exceed the limit stress defined by the rules of classification society. To predict the above condition in the design stage, the synthesized vibration amplitudes of all orders which are summed up according to their phase angles must be calculated from the drawings of propulsion shaft systems. In this study, a theoretical method to fulfill the above calculation is derived and a computer program is developed according to the derived method. And a shafting system of two-stroke, super-long stroke diesel engine which was installed in a bulk carrier is analyzed with this method. The measured values of this engine shafting are compared with those of calculated results and they show a fairly good agreement.