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Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology
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Volume 21, Issue 6 - Dec 2007
Volume 21, Issue 5 - Oct 2007
Volume 21, Issue 4 - Aug 2007
Volume 21, Issue 3 - Jun 2007
Volume 21, Issue 2 - Apr 2007
Volume 21, Issue 1 - Feb 2007
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On Long Wave Induced by a Sub-sea Landslide Using a 2D Numerical Wave Tank
Koo, Weon-Cheol ; Kim, Moo-Hyun ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 21, issue 5, 2007, Pages 1~8
A long wave induced by a Gaussian-shape submarine landslide is simulated by a 2D fully nonlinear numerical wave tank (NWT). The NWT is based on the boundary element method and the mixed Eulerian/Lagrangian approach. Using the NWT, physical characteristics of land-slide tsunami, including wave generation, propagation, particle kinematics, hydrodynamic pressure, run-up and depression, are simulated for the early stage of long wave generation and propagation. Various sliding mass heights are applied to the developed model for a systematic sensitivity analysis. In particular, the fully nonlinear NWT results are compared with linear results (exact body-boundary conditions with linear free-surface conditions) to identify the nonlinear effects in the respective cases.
Performance Prediction of Impulse Turbine System in Various Operating Conditions
Hyun, Beom-Soo ; Moon, Jae-Seung ; Hong, Key-Yong ; Hong, Seok-Won ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 21, issue 5, 2007, Pages 9~17
This paper deals with the design and analysis of a 250kW class impulse turbine for wave energy conversion. Numerical analysis was performed using FLUENT. The size and the performance of a turbine required to provide a certain power can be estimated using a series of performance charts built through the present study. Temporal and spatial variations of flaw fields were also considered and compared with those of uniform inflow. It was concluded that a simple steady-flow analysis using performance charts still provided a practical and useful way to predict the design and performance of turbines.
Numerical Analysis for Wave Propagation and Sediment Transport with Coastal Vegetation
Lee, Seong-Dae ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 21, issue 5, 2007, Pages 18~24
The environmental value of coastal vegetation has been widely recognized. Coastal vegetation such as reed forests and seaweed performs several useful functions, including maintaining water quality, supporting fish (and, thus, fisheries), protecting beaches and land from wave attack, stabilizing sea beds and providing scenic value. However, studies on the physical and numerical process of wave propagation, sediment transport and bathymetric change are few and far between compared to those on the hydrodynamic roles of coastal vegetation. In general, vegetation flourishing along the coastal areas attenuates the incident waves through momentum exchange between stagnated water mass in the vegetated area and rapid mass in the un-vegetated area. This study develops a numerical model for describing the wave attenuation and sediment transport in a wave channel in a vegetation area. By comparing these results, the effects of vegetation properties, wave properties and model parameters are clarified.
Numerical Analysis of Piled-Raft Foundations Considering the Effects of Sand Cushion
Kim, Nam-Ick ; Seo, Young-Kyo ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 21, issue 5, 2007, Pages 25~32
The piled-raft foundation, a new design concept, is one of the most effective kinds of foundation for reducing settlement of structures. An alternative piled-raft system with disconnection cap and a sand cushion between the pile and raft was also investigated to compare the influence of ultimate bearing capacity and settlement. Load-settlement relation curves were used to evaluate the ultimate bearing capacity. In the numerical analyses, a plane strain elasto-plastic finite element model (Mohr-Coulomb model) was used to present the response of the piled-raft foundation.
Evaluation of Characteristic for SS400 and STS304 steel by Weld Thermal Cycle Simulation - 2nd Report: Corrosion Characteristics
Ahn, Seok-Hwan ; Choi, Moon-Oh ; Kim, Sung-Kwang ; Son, Chang-Seok ; Nam, Ki-Wook ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 21, issue 5, 2007, Pages 33~38
The welding methods have been applied in the most structural products from multi-field of automobile, ship construction and construction, and so on. The structure steel must have enough strength of structure. In this study, SS400 steel and STS304 steel were used to estimate the corrosion characteristics of the weld thermal cycle simulated HAZ. To evaluate the corrosion characteristics, also, the materials with two conditions were used in 3.5% NaCl. The one is to the drawing with diameter of
and the other is to the residual stress removal treatment. The electrochemical polarization test and immersion test were carried out. From test results, corrosion potential, corrosion current density, weight loss ratio and corrosion rate were measured. In the kinds of SS400 steels, corrosion potential of weld thermal cycle simulated specimens after the heat treatment showed somewhat the direction of noble potential. And in the base metal to be drawing weight loss ratio and corrosion rate occurred higher than the other kinds. In the kinds of STS304 steels, the result of base metal to be drawing was similar to results of SS400 steels, too. Two kinds of
of weld thermal cycle simulation after the heat treatment were rather higher than the other kinds in weight loss ratio and corrosion rate.
An Electrochemical Evaluation of the Corrosion Property on the Welded Zone of Sea Water Pipe according to Welding Materials
Kim, Jin-Gyeong ; Won, Chang-Uk ; Jo, Hwang-Rae ; Lee, Myung-Hoon ; Kim, Yun-Hae ; Moon, Kyung-Man ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 21, issue 5, 2007, Pages 39~46
The sea water pipe of a ship's engine room is a severely corrosive environment caused by fast flawing sea water containing chloride ions and high conductivity. Therefore, leaking of sea water may occur as a result of local corrosion of the welded zone. Leaking is usually controlled by various welding methods. In this study, when the sea water pipe is welded with certain welding methods and welding electrodes, the corrosion resistance of WM (Welding metal) and HAZ (Heat affected zone) was investigated using electrochemical methods. Although the corrosion potential of the HAZ is higher than that of WM, the corrosion resistance of WM is superior to HAZ. However, when WM and HAZ are both opened to the sea water, the WM part with the anode was more seriously corroded than was the HAZ of the cathode by performance of a galvanic cell due to difference of the corrosion potential between HAZ and WM. In particular TIG welding showed relatively good results in corrosion resistance of both HAZ and WM compared to other welding methods.
Optimum Structural Design of Pipe Loops Used in Large Vessels(I)
Park, Chi-Mo ; Jang, Dae-Oh ; Han, Sam-Duck ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 21, issue 5, 2007, Pages 47~54
Ship structures are subject to severe environmental loads causing appreciable hull girder deflection which in turn affects the piping system attached to the main hull in the form of displacement load. While this load may cause failure in the pipes, loops have been widely adopted as a measure of preventing this failure with the idea that they may lower the stress level in a pipe by absorbing some portion of the displacement load. But as the loops also have some negative effects such as causing extra manufacture cost, deteriorating the function of the pipe and occupying extra space, the number and the dimensions of the loops adopted need to be minimized. This research develops a design formula for pipe loops. The accuracy of the proposed design formula was verified by comparing two results respectively obtained by the proposed formula and MSC/NASTRAN. The paper ends with the sample example showing the efficiency of the proposed formula.
Shape Optimum Design of Ship's Bellows Using Statistical Method
Kim, Hyun-Su ; Kim, Hyo-Gyeum ; Lee, Jae-Sub ; Kim, Hyoung-Jun ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 21, issue 5, 2007, Pages 55~60
Bellows are mechanical components which prevent the damage of system by absorption of the vibration and the displacement of axle and radial direction. Thermal piping system is expanded by the fluid of the high temperature from the heat engine inside. At this time, bellows prevent the damage of the piping due to the thermal expansion. Recently, design of bellows is required to fit some other operational environments which are not suggested in the E.J.M.A code book. And it is difficult to produce and to maintain bellows of high temperature and high pressure bemuse of its complicated shape and this causes the manufacturing cost to rise. The objective of this study is to determine optimum shape of bellows which can endure in the high temperature and high pressure. The maximum stress has an effect on the fatigue life of bellows, therefore it needs to be minimized. This study attempts to find a shape which minimizes the stress occurring in the bellows by the design of experiment. The model used in this study is not presented in the E.J.M.A code book, therefore, from the result of design of experiment we find the factors which give effects on the characteristic value and we presents the recession model using the RSM, which can predict the characteristic values depending on the change of factor values.
Field Investigation on the Efficiency of the Artificial Steel Reefs
Seo, Seong-Ho ; Lee, Young-Kweon ; Lee, Ik-Hyo ; Kim, Dae-Kwon ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 21, issue 5, 2007, Pages 61~67
As part of the government's fishery resource creation policy, fishing ground creation projects have been undertaken in Korea's major seashore fishing spots since the 1970s, where artificial reefs constructed using new materials that make up for the weakness of concrete reefs have been used. In this study, the stability of these artificial reefs when acted upon by external forces, their ability to attract and gather fish, and their economic feasibility were examined. For this purpose, an experimental artificial steel reef was constructed and was installed in an area of the sea. Then the corrosion of the experimental material attached to it was investigated. The efficiency of the artificial steel reef was then verified by examining its functionality, removal, and burying, as well as the speed of insertion of living things into its structure and its ability to attract and gather fish.