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Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics
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Volume 15, Issue 4 - Dec 2007
Volume 15, Issue 3 - Sep 2007
Volume 15, Issue 2 - Jun 2007
Volume 15, Issue 1 - Mar 2007
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Thermodynamic Analysis of Hybrid Engine Cycle of Brayton and Pulse Detonation Engine
Kim, Geon-Hong ; Koo, Ja-Ye ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 15, issue 1, 2007, Pages 1~10
When detonation is occurred, the working fluid is compressed itself, though there are no other devices that compress the fluid. As a result, an engine which uses detonation for a combustion process doesn't need moving parts so that the engine can be lighter than other engines ever exist, and such an engine is often referred to as a pulse detonation engine. Since using detonation has higher performance than using deflagration, many studies have been attempting to control and analyze the engines using detonation as combustion. The purpose of this study is to analyze the hybrid cycle which is consisted of Brayton and Pulse Detonation Engine cycle. At first, we set the theoretical basis of detonation analysis, and after that we consider two hybrid cycles; a turbojet hybrid cycle and a turbofan hybrid cycle. The more energy released, the higher detonation Mach number the detonation wave has. In general, a cycle which has a detonation process has higher performances but thermal efficiency of hybrid turbofan engine.
Study of Quasi Zenith Satellite Orbit and Navigation Messages
Kim, Jeong-Rae ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 15, issue 1, 2007, Pages 11~17
One of the key elements for developing GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite Systems) is the comprehensive analysis of GNSS satellite orbit including the capabilities to generate precision navigation message. The orbit characteristics of Japan's own GNSS system, called QZSS (Quasi Zenith Satellite System) is analyzed and its navigation message, which includes orbit elements and correction terms, is investigated. QZSS-type orbit simulations were performed using a precision orbit integrator in order to analyze the effect of perturbation forces, e.g. gravity, Moon, Sun, etc., on the orbit variation. A preliminary algorithm for creating orbit element corrections was developed and its accuracy is evaluated with the simulation data.
The Relative Analysis of the Civil Helicopter Accident
Lee, Jung-Hoon ; Ahn, Iee-Ki ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 15, issue 1, 2007, Pages 18~25
The safety should be primarily considered for air vehicle, such as helicopter, which is not easy to cope with when out of order or loss of control that followed catastrophe. The U.S National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigated and analyzed for 34 years rotorcraft accidents that occurred from 1963 through 1997. This paper handles intensively the relative investigation and analysis of recent 10 years domestic civil helicopter accidents to those of the United States in order to increase the safety of helicopter transportation and to consider the main design parameter before we develop Korean Civil Helicopter. To understand the overview of civil turbine helicopter accident, it uses the NTSB's accident investigation results and the overall accident trend for U.S civil single and twin turbine engine helicopter according to category, cause, activity, and phase of operation.
The Effects of Cognitive-Behavioral Group Counseling for the Coping of Career Stress
Sung, Young-Mo ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 15, issue 1, 2007, Pages 26~37
This study examines how the cognitive-behavioral group counseling influence on the career stress, the self-efficacy and the optimism for the coping of the career stress of students in department of aeronautical science and flight operation of H Aerospace University. The subjects of this research were 27 freshmen in the department of aeronautical science and flight operations of H Aerospace University. They were divided into 2 groups: experimental group and control group. The experimental group got the group counseling program 7 times for 3 weeks. The results show that the cognitive-behavioral group counseling program can be a very useful tool to reduce career stress and to enhance self-efficacy and optimism of students.
'Open Skies' Agreements and Access to the 'Single' European Sky;Legal and Economic Problems with the European Court of Justice's Judgment in 'Commission v. Germany'(2002) Striking Down the 'Nationality Clause' in the U.S.-German Agreement
Park, Hyun-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 15, issue 1, 2007, Pages 38~53
In a seminal judgment of November 2002 (Case C-476/98) relating to the compatibility with Community laws of the 'nationality clause' in the 1996 amending protocol to the 1955 U.S.-German Air Services Agreement, the European Court of Justice(ECJ) decided that the provision constituted a measure of an intrinsically discriminatory nature and was thus contrary to the principle of national treatment established under Art. 52 of the EC Treaty. The Court, rejecting bluntly the German government' submissions relying on public policy grounds(Art. 56, EC Treaty), seemed content to declare and rule that the protocol provision requiring a contracting state party to ensure substantial ownership and effective control by its nationals of its designated airlines had violated the requirement of national treatment reserved for other Community Members under the salient Treaty provision. The German counterclaims against the Commission, although tantalizing not only from the perusal of the judgment but from the perspective of international air law, were nonetheless invariably correct and to the point. For such a clause has been justified to defend the 'fundamental interests of society from a serious threat' that may result from granting operating licenses or necessary technical authorizations to an airline company of a third country. Indeed, the nationality clause has been inserted in most of the liberal bilaterals to allow the parties to enforce their own national laws and regulations governing aviation safety and security. Such a clause is not targeted as a device for discriminating against the nationals of any third State. It simply acts as the minimum legal safeguards against aviation risk empowering a party to take legal control of the designated airlines. Unfortunately, the German call for the review of such a foremost objective and rationale underlying the nationality clause landed on the deaf ears of the Court which appeared quite happy not to take stock of the potential implications and consequences in its absence and of the legality under international law of the 'national treatment' requirement of Community laws. Again, while US law limits foreign shareholders to 24.9% of its airlines, the European Community limits non-EC ownership to 49%, precluding any ownership and effective control by foreign nationals of EC airlines, let alone any foreign takeover and merger. Given this, it appears inconsistent and unreasonable for the EC to demand,
a non-EC third State, national treatment for all of its Member States. The ECJ's decision was also wrongly premised on the precedence of Community laws over international law, and in particular, international air law. It simply is another form of asserting and enforcing de facto extraterritorial application of Community laws to a non-EC third country. Again, the ruling runs counter to an established rule of international law that a treaty does not, as a matter of principle, create either obligations or rights for a third State. Aside from the legal problems, the 'national treatment' may not be economically justified either, in light of the free-rider problem and resulting externalities or inefficiency. On the strength of international law and economics, therefore, airlines of Community Members other than the designated German and U.S. air carriers are neither eligible for traffic rights, nor entitled to operate between or 'free-ride' on the U.S. and German points. All in all and in all fairness, the European Court's ruling was nothing short of an outright condemnation of established rules and principles of international law and international air law. Nor is the national treatment requirement justified by the economic logic of deregulation or liberalization of aviation markets. Nor has the requirement much to do with fair competition and increased efficiency.
A Study on Situation Awareness of Helicopter Pilot
Choi, Sung-Ho ; Lee, Yeong-Heok ; Choi, Yeon-Chul ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 15, issue 1, 2007, Pages 54~60
According to U.S. NTSB, from 1989 to 1992, Situation Awareness (SA) was a major factor causing 80% of all aircraft accidents in scheduled airlines. Therefore, the prevention of accidents through effective training in SA became a pivot in aviation safety. Furthermore, during the past 10 years, since all helicopter accidents in Korea were caused by the factors related to SA, an appropriate countermeasure has been required. This study, which uses survey data, examines various factors related to SA that could affect helicopter pilots. Recognition of and countermeasures for the factors in emergency situations were analyzed. The results show that, while the factors associated with SA and vigilance have lower correlations with each other, the factors associated with recognition, diagnosis, and generation and implementation of solutions have higher correlations with each other. Thus, the results demonstrate the need for better SA through educational training.
A Study on the Development of an Avionics System
Yang, Sung-Wook ; Lee, Sang-Chul ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics, volume 15, issue 1, 2007, Pages 61~67
The importance and cost of avionics system in the integration of an aircraft is continuously increasing. And we can expect enlarged software portion in the system integration for the more intelligent, reliable, and automated avionics system. Both military and commercial avionics community have moved toward commercial-off-the-shelf(COTS) equipment and open systems architecture not only to increase affordability but also to reduce acquisition cost, shorten development time and risk. The same concept is applied in developing avionics test system used for the avionics system integration test. In this paper, we present important topics in the development of avionics system including real-time operating system, interconnect data bus, software development methodology, software development process, and system integration test.