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Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology
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Volume 14, Issue 4 - Nov 2000
Volume 14, Issue 3 - Aug 2000
Volume 14, Issue 2 - May 2000
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Nonlinear Response Analyses for a Barge-Mounted Plant with Dolphin Mooring Systems in Irregular Waves
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 1~8
The time simulation of motion responses of dolphin-moored BMP in waves is presented. The equation of motion based on Cummin's theory of impulse responses are employed, and solved in time domain by using the Newmark
method. The hydrodynamic coefficient and first order wave exciting forces involved in the equations are obtained from a three-dimensional panel method in the frequency domain. The second order wave drift forces and mooring for dolphin system are taken into account. As for numerical example, time domain analysis are carried out for a BMP in irregular wave condition.
A Study on the Characteristics of the Flow around a Sunken Vessel
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 9~16
This paper deals with the numerical and experimental study on the characteristics of the flow around a sunken vessel. Numerical simulation of the two dimensional steady flow on the midship section are carried out by the CFD code which is developed by using finite volume method and which includes the standard
model with standard wall function. A experimental study is also carried out for the 1/100 scale model in circulating water channel. A velocity fields around the ship are measuremed by using particle image velocimetry technique. And the fluid forces acting on the ship hull by uniform current are measured by two axis load cell. The computed and measured velocity fields on the midship section are compared with each other in the view point of velocity dstribution and reattachement length, which shows good agreement in quality. The drag force on the vessel also showed the same tendency in both computational and experimental results. However, the quantitative disagreements are shown due to the three dimensional effect of the experiment. The result are used to determine the functional efficiency and stability of the vessel as a artificial reef.
A Study on the Wave Drift Damping of a Moored Ship in Waves
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 17~22
As the offshore oil fields are moved to the deep ocean, the oil production system of FPSO(Floating Production Storage and Offloading System) Type are constructed frequently these days. So, it is very important to estimate the drift motion and damping effects due to the drift motion simultaneously. The components of slow drift motion damping consist of viscous, wave radiation effect and wave drift damping. It is needed to estimate the wave drift damping more accurately than others. The wave drift damping signifies the time-rate of mean wave drift force on oscillating ship or ocean structure which constant speed. In order to calculate this, the 3-Dimensional panel method is employed with the translating and pulsating Green function in the frequency domain. The calculation is carried out for a Series 60 (
/=0.7) and the results are compared with other numerical ones.
An Electrochemical Study on the Effect of Salt Affecting to Corrosion Behavior of Concrete Reinforced Steel in Natural Sea Water
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 23~29
When the concrete structures were being made with sand containing chloride ion it was knows that corrosion rate of reinforced steel embedded in concrete with chloride ion was higher than that of concrete with on chloride ion. In this study, the operation of Friedel salts affecting the corrosion behavior of reinforced steel embedded in cement mortar was investigated with electrochemical view. Corrosion potential of reinforced steel embedded in cement mortar with sand containing chloride ion was shifted noble direction than that of cement mortar with no chloride ion after immersed 5 month in natural sea water and also corrosion current density decreased with shifting corrosion potential to noble direction. However Friedel salts appeared from surface to 2.5cm of inside direction of mortar specimen, which is located at 11.5
) in XRD analysis and the amount of Ca(OH)2 by SEM photograph in cement mortar with chloride ion was larger than that of cement mortar with mo chloride ion. Eventually it is suggested that Friedel salts was resulted from chloride ion and it acted as the corrosion inhibitor
A Study on the Hydration Heat of Antiwashout Underwater Concrete Using Fly Ash
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 30~34
The concretes cast in the sea water would be likely to be rich mix and mass concrete. Therefore it is important to check out the hydration heat of concrete and to reduce it to prevent the concrete from processing the temperature crack. Recently the antiwashout agent is used on underwater concrete for preventing from the segregation of concrete in the water. The experimental studies were done for the combined cement replaced by fly ash 30%unit weight of binder to study on the characteristics of hydration heat of antiwashout underwater concrete, and its characteristic was discussed by comparing on cast in sea water with anther one in air. The present paper showed that the hydration heat concrete replaced by 30%of fly ash was more significantly reduced than the normal concrete. The hydration heat of antiwashout underwater concrete was highter than that of normal concrete, but it was reduced lower than the normal concrete by adding fly ash.
A Study on the Development of Residual Sway Motion Control System for the Container Crane
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 35~42
The sway control problem of the pendulum motion of a container hanging on the trolly, which transports containers from a container ship to trucks, is considered in the paper. In the container crane control problem, suppressing the residual swing motion of the container at the end of acceleration or the case of that the unexpected disturbance input exists is main issue. For this problem, in general, the trolley motion control strategy is introduced and applied. But in this paper, we introduce and synthesize a new type of swing motion control system. In this control system, a small auxiliary mass is installed on the spreader. And the actuator reacts against the auxiliary mass, applying intertial control forces to the container to reduce the swing motion in the desired manner. In this paper, we apply the LMI approach and simultaneous optimization design method to design the anti-swing motion control system for the controlled plant. And the simulation result shows that the proposed control strategy is shown to be robust to disturbances like winds and initial sway motion.
An Experimental Study on the Development of the Anti-Rolling Control System for a Ship
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 43~48
In this paper, an actively controlled anti-rolling system is considered to reduce the rolling motion of the ship. In this control system, a small auxiliary mass is installed on the upper area of the ship, and actuator us connected between the auxiliary mass and a ship. The actuator reacts against the auxiliary mass, applying inertial control forces to the ship to reduce the rolling motion in the desired manner. In this paper, we apply the PID controller to design the anti-rolling control system for the controlled ship. And the experimental result shows that the desirable control performance is achieved.
Study on the Development of friction Material Using I-glass Fiber Reinforced Composites
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 49~55
This study has been investigated to apply fiber reinforced composites instead of asbestos as a friction material. the reinforced used was E-glass fiber and binder resin was phenol having good mechanical properties and heat resistance. And it has been also investigated the effect of molding conditions and some additives such and carbon black, alumina and rubber powder in E-glass fiber/phenol resin composite on the friction on the friction and wear characteristics. As a result, it was found that the molding conditions of E-glass fiber/phenol resin composites for friction materials had to be different from those of phenol resin and was found that the wear rate of E-glass fiber/phenol resin composites added alumina powder was higher than of composites added carbon black in the same wear distance. And it was found that friction coefficient of E-glass/phenol resin composites added carbon black was decreased and that of the composites added the powder of natural rubber and ABS rubber were increased compared to the composites.
A Study of Mechanical Properties of Underwater Wet Welding Electrode
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 56~61
This study has been performed for mechanical properties of underwater wet welding electrode with rolled steel (KR-RA) for ship structure, one kind (E 4313) of domestic covered arc welding electrode used in the air and two kinds (UWE-01, UWE-02) of underwater covered arc welding electrode experimentally developed on the same welding condition. The results obtained were as follows : The hardness value of underwater covered arc welding electrode (UWE-01) was about 8.3% lower than domestic covered arc welding electrode(E 4313) in heat affected zone of test of UWF-02 was lower about 4.5%. Tensile strengths of UWE-01 were about 0.9%, and those of UWE-02 were about 6.5% higher than those of domestic covered arc welding electrodes (E 4313) in test specimens. The impect value of UWE-01 were about 15.5%, and those of UWE-02 were about 21.7% highter than those of domestic covered arc welding electrodes(E 4313) in test specimens. So mechanical properties of the underwater arc welding electrode were improved by the composition ratios of covering materials
A Effect of Fluid-assisted Sliding on Stress Relaxation of Bi-Te Modules in Thermoelectric Generation System
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 62~97
Recently the research for utilization of waste heat produced from electric power plants, casting factories, heat treating factories or commercial are being afforded by the need for energy saving. The objective of this study is to develop a thermoelectric generation system which unused energy from close-at-hand sources such as garbage incineration heat and industrial exhaust etc. into electricity. This paper a thermoelectric technology on a optimum system design method and efficiency and cost effective thermoelectric element on order to extract the maximum power output from energy conversion of waste energy. It is shown that the longitudinal stresses of module contacted with two point constrained Al tubes could be released more than those with a one-point constrained.
Fundamental Study on Degradation Evaluation of Marine Diesel Engine Exhaust Valve by Time-frequency Analysis Method (II)
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 68~72
The ultrasonic method, which is well known as nondestructive test method, is widely used to evaluate the material damage due to degradation. However, this method is just used for measuring the crack size and the thickness loss of the tube. The purpose of this study is to investigate the application of the ultrasonic technique for the evaluation of marine diesel engine exhaust valve and to suggest the correlation between the ultrasonic characteristics and valve degradation. From the evaluation of the results obtained, the technique of using the ultrasonic property was founds to be a efficient method to degree of marine diesel engine exhaust valve by nondestructive test.
A Study on Estimation of the Probability Distribution of Fatigue Crack Growth Life for Steels
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 73~78
Presented are the estimation of the probability distribution of fatigue crack growth life and reliability assessment of structures by simulating material resistance to fatigue crack growth along a crack path. The material resistance is treated as a Weibull stochastic process. A non-Gaussian stochastic fields simulation method proposed by shimozuka, et al is applied with the statistical data obtained experimentally. Test results are obtained for
constant amplitude load in tension with stress ratio of R=0.2 and three specimen thicknesses of 6,12 and 18mm. This simulation method is useful to estimate the probability distribution of fatigue crack growth life and the smallest life.
Finite Element Analysis of the Stress Distribution Characteristics in the Compliant Press-Fit Pin Connection
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 79~85
Press-fit pin connection is the solderless interference-fit between pins and plated through holes(PTH) in the printed curcuit board(PCB). Because of not only its simple assembly and absence of problems associated with soldering, but also its good mechanical and electrical characteristics, the press-fit pin connection technology has quickly gained wide acceptance in the telecommunications and computer industries. In this paper, the contact stress characteristics of the domestic CPF pin when inserted into the friction coefficients were compared and the stress variations of the compliant part of the pin, which have an influence on the performance, were displayed with the time and arc length after complete connected. It is supposed that the results will provide useful data to improve the performance of the pin-PCB interconnection mechanism.
A Study on the Formability Factors of Sheet Metal in Deep Drawing of Square Cup by FEM
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 14, issue 4, 2000, Pages 86~91
Numerical simulation of sheet metal forming for panels as other components has wide acceptance in the automotive industry. Therefore this paper was focused in the drawability factors (which are friction coefficient , radius of die and punch ) on the square cup deep drawing by the explicit finite elements code
. The computed results are compared with the experimental results to show the validity of the analysis. In order to compare the simulation results with the experiment results and predict the effect of drawability factors, the relationships between punch load punch stroke, and the relationships between thickness strain and distance are used. According to this study, the results of simulation by using
will give engineers good information to access the drawability of square drawing.