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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Nov 1997
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Aug 1997
Volume 11, Issue 2 - May 1997
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Feb 1997
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Estimation of burial depth for arctic offshore pipelines by an ice scour model
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 1~10
The interaction of ground ice features with underlying seabed is one of the major considerations in the design of Arctic pipeline systems. Regarding the development of offshore gas field near Sakhalin Island, which is an ice-infested area, in this paper an ice scour model to determine the burial depth of Arctic offshore pipeline is studied. Using a simplified ice-seabed interaction process, ice scour depth is easily estimated. This nonlinear numerical model can simulate the scouring process for various enviromental parameters such as ice mass, incoming velocity, soil strength. This study also deals with interaction forces during the scouring process in sloping seabed conditions and discusses the ice loads that are transmitted through the seabed soil.
Utimate strength analysis of cylindrical members of offshore structure subject to combined loads
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 11~17
Simple and efficient way of nonlinear analysis considering elasto-plastic large deformation is introduced to calculate the strength of ring-stiffened cylinears subject to combined load of axial compression and lateral pressure. Parametric study gives various collapse modes according to the combination ratio of axial compression and lateral pressure, interaction between axial compression and lateral pressure and imperfection sensitivity of ultimate strength.
Effects on extrusion ratio and temperature of shore fiber reinforcd metal matrix composites by rheo-compocating
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 18~27
Al 6061 alloy reinforced with 10 vol.%
short fiber was fabricated by Rheo-compocasting and squwwze cating. Extrusion processings were performed at temperatures from 40
with various extrusion ratio for curved shape dies. In proportion to the increase of extrusion ratios and temperatures, ultimate tensile strength for extruded materials improved. SEM observation of fractured surfsce was capcble oof accounting for fracture mechanism and bounding state of fiber and matrix.
The influence of the hollow and solid shaft cross sectionof SM 30 C steel on corrosion fatigue strength
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 28~38
The corrosion fatigue test was conducted in air to investigate the corrosion fatigue strength of SM 30 C steel by which was corroded in the under sea and surface in the conditions of 3.0% NaCl salt solution. The fatigue tests were carried out on a rotary bending testing machine of cantilever type. The corrosion effect of the sea surface conditionwas served more than that of the under sea condition which was due ti the periodic contact of air thus accelerate the corrosion. The difference of the fatgue strength between sea surface and under sea conditions decreased with increase of stree level and corroded period. Inthe case of the solid shaft and thickness 2mm of hollow shaft, the difference of corrosion fatigue strength decreased as stress level and corrosion periodic increasing. Onthe contrary in the case of thickness 1mm of hollow sgaft, the difference of it increased as stress level, corrosionn periooodic increasing and also the condition of corrosion chaanged. The main factors affecting the degradation of fatigue strength due to corrosion were the reduction of sectional area and the increase of surface roughness. The interference phenomenon increase with stress level got higher.
A study on the stress dependence of diffusion coefficient at the elevated tenperature and the structural characterictics of 12% Cr rotor steel.
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 39~47
Creep rate the elevated temperature is known to be controller by the softening process of microstructure especially in the solid solution alloys such as 125 Cr rotor steel. The change of structure is a decreasing process of the free energy of the state including stress, diffusivity of the material, and tmeperature. This study shows that diffusion coefficient, D of 12% Cr rotor steel at 953K with 74.8 MPa is 1.084~3.140*
at 963K without stress. During creep, the growth of martensite laths accelerates the diffusion coefficient under stress due to incoherency of interface between carbides and matrix.
Study on the durability of fiber reinforced plastic by moisture aborsoption
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 48~56
This work has been investigated in order to study the influence of the moisture absorption on the mechanical pf the glass fiber/epoxy resein composites and the carbon fiber/epoxy resein composites. The types of glass fiber used in the glass fiber/epoxy resein composites were randomly oriented fiber and plain fabric fiber. And carbon fiber.epoxy resein composites was laminated with fabric prepreg which was formed with carbon fiber and epoxy resein. Both composites were immersed up to 100 days in distilled water at
, and then dried up to 3 days in an oven at 80
. Both composites were measured for the weight gain of water(wt.%) and tensile strength through immersion and dry time. Consequently, it was found that the tensile strength of thw glass fiber/epoxy resein composites and the carbon fiber/epoxy resein composites were reduced proportionally to the moisture absortion rate. Also, the tensile strength of glass fiber composites was decreased more than that of the carbon fiber composites. Additionally, it was found that the tensile strength of all composites which decreased by moisture absorption were partly recovered by drying in an oven at 80
A mechanical proprties and fatigue life of aluminum alloy sheets for autobodies
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 57~69
The objetive of this study is to compare the mechanical proprties of 6000 series Al-Mg-Si aluminum alloy (AC120) with 5000 series Al-Mg aluminum alloy (TG25), and to investigate the influence of corrosion solution for fatigue life. Comparing of TG25 and AC120 alloy sheets, TG25 alloy sheets showing higher plastic ratio and total elongation have better formability than AC120 alloy sheets. The hardness of nugget area was a little higher than that of base metal area. Also, grain coarsening was observed in HAZ(Heat Affected Zone). In a corrosion fatigue experiment, the fatigue life decreased as concentration increased, when a dipping time was constant. The life decreased as dippling time increased, when a concentration was constant.
Effect of grif size on the compututation of free-surface waves
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 70~76
Wave deformation due to oscillating water column plant
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 77~90
Wave deformation due to Oscillating water column (OWC) plant was studied. To solve this problem, three dimensional numerical method based on Improved Green integral equation was applied. Method condition was considered as well as fixed condition and freely floating condition. From the calculation results, main characteriatic of wave deformation due to OWC plant were discussed. Also, some calculations for the floating barge were performed to confirm the validity of numerical solution of the method.
Analysis of added resistance of a ship advancing in waves
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 91~99
This paper presents theoretical formulations and numerical computations for predicting first-and second-order hydrodynamic force on a ship advvancing in waves. The theoretical formulation leads to linearized radiation and diffration problems solving the three-dimensional Green function integral equations over the mean wetted body surface. Green function representing a translating and pulsating source potantial for infinite water depth is used. In order to solve integral equations for three dimentional flows using Green function efficiently, the Hoff's method is adopted for numerical calculation of the Green function. Based on the first-order solution, the mean seconder-order forces and moments are obtained by directly integrating second-order pressure over the mean wetted body surface. The calculated items are carried out for analyzing the seakeeping characteristics of Series 60. The calculated items are hydrodynamic coefficients, wave exciting forces, frequency response functions and addd resistance in waves.
Visous resistance analysis of a ship using numerical solutions
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 100~106
Viscous flow around an actual ship is calculated by an use of RANS(Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes) solver. Reynolds stress is modelled by using k-
turbulence model and the law of wall is applied near the body. Body fitted coordinates are introduced for the treatment of the complex boundary of the ship hull form. The transformed equations in the computational domain are numerically solved by an employment of FVM(Finite Volume Method). SIMPLE(Semi-Implcit Pressure Linked Equation) method is adopted in the calculation of pressure and the solution of the disssssssscretized equation is obtained by the line-by-line method with the use of TDMA(Tri-Diagonal Matrix Algorithme). The subject ship model of actual calculation is 4,410 TEU class container carrier. For 4 geosim models the calculated viscous resistancce values are compared with the model test results and analyzed on their componentss. The resistance performance of an actual ship is predicted very resonably, so this mothod may be utilized as a design tool of hull form.
Experimental technique applied to free surface identification
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 107~112
A study on horizontal positing for the seashore reclamation
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 113~121
With the increase use of electromagnrtic distance measuring equiment, is is required that we need to study the higher dimensional applications and detail technical methods. The purpose of this paper is to improve the accuracy of ocean construction surveying and computer programming for determining of horizontal position of a quadrilateral by measuring line on traverse surveyng, trigulation and trilateration. Aa long distance measurements with high accuracy became possible by the apperance of EDM distance measuring instruments, we induced correct adjustment equation through angle condition and area conditionequation. After that we compared and experimental model. From its a result of the practical applicationto quadrilateral, it has been found that its triangulation and traverse surveying algorithms provide better accuracy than trilateration.
Wave overtopping control by the use of ecosystem control structures
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 122~130
Coastal diaster induced by waves and countermeasures were investigated in the viewpoint of reduction of overtopping rate with enviroment in fishing port. The reduction method of wave overtopping rate using ecosystem control structures was proposed and studied on the efficiency by hydraulic and numerical experiments. The estimation models on wave overtopping rate was proposed after comparing previous models with dimensional analysis and experimental results. Control function o fwave overtopping by use of ecosystem controlstructures was simulated and discussed with combining wave shoaling-dissipation-breaking deformation model around ecosystem control structures and newly proposed calculation model for wave overtopping rate. Feasiblilty of ecosystem control structures could be confirmed for reduction of wave overtopping and fisheries-based multipurpose development of coastal zone.
Development of hull form of small and medium size coastal ships
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 131~137
The technology of small and medium sized shipbuilding companies is lower relatively to major shipbuilding companies, and should be up-graded from the viewpoint of national economic development. In spite that hul form design is one of the most important elements with respect to shipbuilding technology, small and medium sized shipbuilding companies are incapable of developing hull form. Inorder to support technically such companies hull form development was carried out for G/T 999ton class tanker and D/W 4990ton class tanker which are the typical vessels operating in coastal area. The operating efficiency for the developed hull forms are impeoved by 30% for G/T 999ton class tanker and 24% for D/W 4990 tonclass tanker respectively. The results of hull form development including ship model test and performance analysis are presented in this paper.
Automatic mesh generation on ship hull surface
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 138~144
This is describes the automatic mesh generation on the ship hull surface. At first ship hull is defined as a cillocation of composite surface patches which satisfy the geometic continuity between adjoining patches by using Gregory surface method. Node points that would be mesh points are ganerated by considering the surface curvature. The triangulation of the node points is by the combination of Ohtsubo's method and Choi's one. After triangulation, shape improvement and quadrilateralization is done with specific criterin. An application to the actual ship and the results are shown.
A study on the information management of hull lines manufacturing by using PC-CADRA
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 1997, Pages 145~153
This paper constructs a data base to create the Hull lines prior to piece manufacture and nesting steps with a personal computer using the data of created as the advanced software, TRIBON. The lines are plotted smoohtly, which are called the spline. The S/W is excellentlt estimated on the ptrcision among shipping exclusive S/W, which are currentlyused So, the S/W is mainly used as as shipping CAD program. High-cost H/W and high-performance S/W(TRIBON etc.) sre used with the bases of technique and capital power in the big shipbuilding yard; but small but small and medium-sized shipbuilding yard and related companycan't purchase dueto the high-cost product. To bring upthe small and medium sized shipbuilding yard lacking little competitive power, the data base S/W is joined with the CADRA of graphic S/W and is developed to create the Hull lines to be needed on as automatic cutting process usiing the personal computer.