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Journal of the Society of Naval Architects of Korea
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Volume 52, Issue 6 - Dec 2015
Volume 52, Issue 5 - Oct 2015
Volume 52, Issue 4 - Aug 2015
Volume 52, Issue 3 - Jun 2015
Volume 52, Issue 2 - Apr 2015
Volume 52, Issue 1 - Feb 2015
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Determination of plates with inflection lines for hull plate forming
Kim, Chan Suk ; Shin, Jong Gye ;
Journal of the Society of Naval Architects of Korea, volume 52, issue 5, 2015, Pages 365~371
DOI : 10.3744/SNAK.2015.52.5.365
Hull plate consists of various types of curved plates and there also exists corresponding processing methods. Typically, curved plates can be divided into convex type and saddle type. Large amount of research has been conducted mainly focusing on application of processing method of convex type, saddle type and hybrid type, but research on determination and processing method application of the most difficult S-shaped curved plate that has inflection lines has not been carried out yet. In this paper, as the fundamental research of appropriate processing method application, a calculation method is proposed to calculate inflection lines on curved plates. In order to calculate inflection lines, normal curvature and information of fabricated curved plates should be utilized. We compare the workability of the fabrication for hull plate using inflection line.
A Study on the Structural Performance and the Design of Propeller Root Fillet Surfaces having nT-T/n section
Ruy, Won-Sun ;
Journal of the Society of Naval Architects of Korea, volume 52, issue 5, 2015, Pages 372~379
DOI : 10.3744/SNAK.2015.52.5.372
The blade root fillets which have strong influences on the performance of propellers in the both structural and hydrodynamic points of view, are mechanical parts for smooth connection surface with a blade and a hub. A few related researches (Sabol, 1983; Kennedy, 1997) have noted that 3T-T/3 double radius section design would be suitable for reducing Stress Concentration Factor(SCF) and increasing Cavitation Inception Speed(CIS). In this paper, it is confirmed that this compound cross-section design has come close to the optimum solution in the shape optimization standpoint so that it could protect the propeller blade under the frequent and various loading cases. On that basis, we suggest the definite and simple fillet design methodology that has the cross-section with nT-T/n compound radius and elliptic shape which could sustain the given derivatives information as well as the offsets at the boundary and all inner region of the fillet surface. In addition, the result of design is presented in form of IGES file format in order to connect with NC machine seamlessly.
Flow Analysis around a Wing Section by a Piecewise Linear Panel Method
Park, Gi-Duck ; Oh, Jin-An ; Lee, Jin-Tae ;
Journal of the Society of Naval Architects of Korea, volume 52, issue 5, 2015, Pages 380~386
DOI : 10.3744/SNAK.2015.52.5.380
Panel methods are useful tools for analyzing fluid-flow around a wing section. It has the advantage of fast and accurate calculation, compared to other CFD Methods such as RANS solvers. This paper suggests a piecewise linear panel method in order to improve accuracy of existing panel methods by changing the piecewise constant singularity strength to linear singularity strength(for dipole strength). The piecewise linear panel method adopts the linear distribution of singularity strength, while control point is located at the node of each panel. Formulation of the piecewise linear panel method is given, and some calculation results are shown for typical wing sections.
Physics-based Salvage Simulation for Wrecked Ship Considering Environmental Loads
Ham, Seung-Ho ; Roh, Myung-Il ; Kim, Ju-Sung ; Lee, Hye-Won ; Ha, Sol ;
Journal of the Society of Naval Architects of Korea, volume 52, issue 5, 2015, Pages 387~394
DOI : 10.3744/SNAK.2015.52.5.387
Before salvaging a wrecked ship, the physics-based simulation is needed to predict lifting force before real operation by floating crane or barge. Procedures affecting lifting force for the salvage can be divided into three stages. At the first stage, the bottom breakout force for the wrecked ship to escape from seabed sediment should be calculated. At the second step, the current force acting on the wrecked ship while lifting from the seabed to near sea surface should be considered. Finally, buoyancy change near at the sea surface when the wrecked ship start to escape from the water should be considered. In the previous studies, only the breakout force at the first stage was calculated based on simple assumption of embedment depth and contact area of the wrecked ship. Therefore, we develop a program for salvage simulation including whole stages. It is composed of four modules such as the equations of motion, time integration, force calculation, and visualization. As a result, it is applied to simulate lifting the wrecked ship according to various environmental loads including seabed sediments.
An Application of AHP for the Selection of Optimum Product of BWTS for over 10,000 TEU Container Ship
Lee, Sang-Won ; Kim, Dong-Joon ; Seo, Won-Chul ;
Journal of the Society of Naval Architects of Korea, volume 52, issue 5, 2015, Pages 395~406
DOI : 10.3744/SNAK.2015.52.5.395
The Ballast Water Treatment System was developed to prevent the unintended transport of unwanted organisms from one region to another as demanded by the IMO (International Maritime Organization). Although various types of BWTS in the world have been developed until now and applied to various ships, there has been no systematic basis for its selection and installation. Currently, the system selection and installation are as per ship owner’s suggestion or by easy installation point of view by the shipyard. In order to organize, systemize and solve problems related to the selection and installation of BWTS, a definitive study has been performed to come up with the best alternative to derive value and criteria which were to be met for vessels which are to be equipped with BWTS. Multiple criteria were compared alongside each other during the course of this study. Accordingly an AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process) analysis method for A, B and C companies were done for container ships with size 10,000 TEU and above. Equipment type for “A” company is “Filter, UV & TiO2” combined type. For “B” company it is “Filter & UV” combined type. Finally for “C” company it is “Electrolysis” type. Henceforth, the results of this study aims to come up with the optimum way to select the best and the most suitable BWTS for a certain vessel.
Prediction of Ship Manoeuvring Performance Based on Virtual Captive Model Tests
Sung, Young Jae ; Park, Sang-Hun ;
Journal of the Society of Naval Architects of Korea, volume 52, issue 5, 2015, Pages 407~417
DOI : 10.3744/SNAK.2015.52.5.407
For the more accurate prediction on manoeuvring performance of a ship at initial design phase, bare hull manoeuvring coefficients were estimated by RANS(Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes) based virtual captive model tests. Hydrodynamic forces and moment acting on the hull during static drift and harmonic oscillatory motions were computed with a commercial RANS code STAR-CCM+. Automatic and consistent mesh generation could be implemented by using macro functions of the code and user dependency could be greatly reduced. Computed forces and moments on KCS and KVLCC 1&2 were compared with the corresponding measurements from PMM(Planar Motion Mechanism) tests. Quite good agreement can be observed between the CFD and EFD results. Manoeuvring coefficients and IMO standard manoeuvres estimated from the computed data also showed reasonable agreement with those from the experimental data. Based on these results, we could confirm that the developed virtual captive manoeuvring model test process could be applied to evaluate manoeuvrability of a ship at the initial hull design phase.
Bow Structure Design of the FPSO installed in the North Sea under the Flare Slamming Load
Kim, Ul-Nyeon ;
Journal of the Society of Naval Architects of Korea, volume 52, issue 5, 2015, Pages 418~424
DOI : 10.3744/SNAK.2015.52.5.418
This paper is about the bow structure design of the ship-typed and turret moored FPSO which is subjected to the bow-flare slamming load in harsh North Sea environments. Quad 204 FPSO project involves the redevelopment of the existing Schiehallion FPSO which is damaged by impact wave loads. Normally all offshore systems including FPSO are designed to withstand the 100 year storm I.e. the storm that happens once every hundred years at the location where the system is installed. Several incidents have revealed that impact loading is important issue for moored floating production systems. In this paper, the design impact loads are estimated considering the ship owner’s specification, measured data from model tests, requirements of the classification society rules and results of numerical simulation analyses. The impact pressure by numerical analysis is 1.8 times greater than required value by CSR adopted by IACS. Based on the selected design load, plastic design formulae allowing the local material yielding are applied for the initial scantling of the bow structure. To verify the structural integrity, FE analyses are carried out considering the local area subjected to the impact wave loads. Their results such as structural arrangement, design loads and scantlings are shown and discussed. It is found that plastic design formulae in adopting Initial design phase give sufficiently conservative results in terms of structural strength.