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Volume 24, Issue 6 - Dec 2010
Volume 24, Issue 5 - Oct 2010
Volume 24, Issue 4 - Aug 2010
Volume 24, Issue 3 - Jun 2010
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Development of Acceleration-PZT Impedance Hybrid Sensor Nodes Embedding Damage Identification Algorithm for PSC Girders
Park, Jae-Hyung ; Lee, So-Young ; Kim, Jeong-Tae ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 24, issue 3, 2010, Pages 1~10
In this study, hybrid smart sensor nodes were developed for the autonomous structural health monitoring of prestressed concrete (PSC) girders. In order to achieve the objective, the following approaches were implemented. First, we show how two types of smart sensor nodes for the hybrid health monitoring were developed. One was an acceleration-based smart sensor node using an MEMS accelerometer to monitor the overall damage in concrete girders. The other was an impedance-based smart sensor node for monitoring the local damage in prestressing tendons. Second, a hybrid monitoring algorithm using these smart sensor nodes is proposed for the autonomous structural health monitoring of PSC girders. Finally, we show how the performance of the developed system was evaluated using a lab-scaled PSC girder model for which dynamic tests were performed on a series of prestress-loss cases and girder damage cases.
Flow Pattern around Floating Breakwater Using PIV Technique
Suh, Sung-Bu ; Jung, Kwang-Hyo ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 24, issue 3, 2010, Pages 11~20
The purpose of this study is the investigation of the wave interaction with the rectangular floating breakwater. The flow profile obtained by PIV technique is represented to understand the vortical flow due to the wave interaction with a rectangular floating breakwater in the roll motion and the fixed condition. Also, the transmission coefficients are compared in both conditions over the extensive wave periods, which represent the performance of breakwater to attenuate the incoming waves. These results would be applied to design the floating breakwater having the mooring system to improve its performance for a certain wave period.
Numerical Simulation of Water-Exchange due to Overtopped Breakwaters
Kim, In-Ho ; Lee, Jung-Lyul ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 24, issue 3, 2010, Pages 21~30
This study presents a numerical simulation of sea water-exchange as a preliminary accessing tool of water quality in the protected shore behind a overtopped breakwater. The overtopped breakwater is taken into account for a safe swimming and beach protection. The overtopping rate is calculated by empirical models and the consequent currents, known as wave-induced currents, are calculated under the conditions of H.W.O.S.T and L.W.O.S.T. The rate of sea water exchange is used to evaluate the characteristics of sea water exchange and calculated through the simulation processes such as advective discharging through the outlets and random-walking diffusion of particles released within a basin. The numerical results show that the overtopped waves sufficiently improve the water exchange without healthless stagnation of contaminated mass and the consequent currents are not too strong for swimming.
Application of POM to the River Flow
Chun, Je-Ho ; Ahn, Kyung-Mo ; Yoon, Jong-Tae ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 24, issue 3, 2010, Pages 31~37
During typhoon periods, coastal regions are often directly flooded by typhoon-surges. There are also many cases where coastal regions are inundated by river inundations or dam breaks. However, most studies on coastal flooding by typhoons have been restricted to cases involving the sea. Flooding by river inundation has been excluded in those studies. Usually ocean numerical models are not applied to river flow because the governing equations for ocean flow and river flow are not the same. For a coastal flooding simulation with river inundation, POM, the three-dimensional numerical ocean model, was applied to the popular river flow problems, dam-break problem, and flows over a spillway. The simulated results showed good agreement with other numerical simulations and measured data, suggesting the possibility of using POM in coastal flooding simulations involving direct coastal surges and river inundations.
A Study on Effect of the Solar Elevation on the Ship IR Signature
Kim, Yoon-Sik ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 24, issue 3, 2010, Pages 38~45
A study on the infrared signature of a naval ship by the solar elevation was performed using the well known IR signature analysis software, ShipIR/NTCS. The contrast radiant intensity of a ship against the Eastern Sea background from sunrise to noon was investigated. Monthly averaged climate data for both January and July were applied to investigate the seasonal change in the signature. A study on the signature for different ship speeds was also carried out. Simulation results showed that the maximum signature in both wave-bands for a sea-level observer occurred at around 25~35 degrees of solar elevation and was highly dependent on the ship geometry rather than the solar irradiance.
Implementation of Deep-sea UUV Precise Underwater Navigation based on Multiple Sensor Fusion
Kim, Ki-Hun ; Choi, Hyun-Taek ; Kim, Sea-Moon ; Lee, Pan-Mook ; Lee, Chong-Moo ; Cho, Seong-Kwon ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 24, issue 3, 2010, Pages 46~51
This paper describes the implementation of a precise underwater navigation solution using a multi-sensor fusion technique based on USBL, DVL, and IMU measurements. To implement this precise underwater navigation solution, three strategies are chosen. The first involves heading alignment angle identification to enhance the performance of a standalone dead-reckoning algorithm. In the second, the absolute position is found quickly to prevent the accumulation of integration error. The third one is the introduction of an effective outlier rejection algorithm. The performance of the developed algorithm was verified with experimental data acquired by the deep-sea ROV, Hemire, in the East-sea during a survey of a methane gas seepage area at a 1,500 m depth.
Engineering Properties of Flowable Composite Soil with Waste Tire and Bottom Ash
Kim, Yun-Tae ; Kang, Hyo-Sub ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 24, issue 3, 2010, Pages 52~58
This study investigated the engineering properties of waste tire powder-bottom ash added composite soil, which was developed to recycle dredged soil, bottom ash, and waste tire powder. Test specimens were prepared using 5 different percentages of waste tire powder content(0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% by weight of the dry dredged soil), three different percentages of bottom ash content (0%, 50%, and 100% by weight of the dry dredged soil), and three different particle sizes of waste tire powder (0.1~2 mm, 0.9~5 mm, and 2~10 mm). Several series of unconfined compression tests, direct shear tests, and flow tests were conducted. The experimental results indicated that the waste tire powder content, particle size of waste tire powder, and bottom ash content influenced the strength and stress-strain behavior of the composite soil. The flow value increased with an increase in water content, but decreased with an increase in waste tire powder content.
Weight Function Theory for Piezoelectric Materials with Crack in Anti-Plane Deformation
Son, In-Ho ; An, Deuk-Man ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 24, issue 3, 2010, Pages 59~63
In this paper, an electroelastic analysis is performed on a piezoelectric material with an open crack in anti-plane deformation. Bueckner’s weight function theory is extended to piezoelectric materials in anti-plane deformation. The stress intensity factors and electric displacement intensity factor are calculated by the weight function theory.
Development of Control System for Anti-Rolling Tank of Ships with Fault Detection Capability
Won, Moon-Cheol ; Ryu, Sang-Hyun ; Choi, Kwang-Sik ; Jung, Yun-Ho ; Lew, Jae-Moon ; Ji, Yong-Jin ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 24, issue 3, 2010, Pages 64~71
This paper summarizes the development of an ART control system panel with a touch screen and sensors to measure the roll and roll rate of ships. The control system hardware consists of two micro-processors, analog and digital I/O circuits, various relay circuits, etc. Sensor fusion and moving cross algorithms are implemented to accurately estimate the roll angle and roll period. In addition, the control system adopts a fault detection algorithm to inform users of ART system faults. A touch screen in the control panel can display the ART system states and faults. The performance of the developed system was verified on real sea trials.
Study on Driving System for Tidal Flat Vehicle
Yeu, Tae-Kyeong ; Hong, Sup ; Kim, Hyung-Woo ; Choi, Jong-Su ;
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, volume 24, issue 3, 2010, Pages 72~78
This paper presents a design approach of driving system for tidal flat vehicle. Firstly, topographic and geological survey of tidal flat zone was accomplished. 'Anac' located in the west-south coast of South Korea was chosen for the survey area. From the survey, the basic design data such as distribution of gullies size and bearing pressure was obtained. To figure out the shape of driving system, numerical simulations were carried out. Through the numerical dynamic simulations using
, the performance of various concepts of driving system was analyzed. From the results, we propose the conceptual design with the functions: a) low contact pressure, b) powerful driving force transmission, c) adaptation to the ground undulation. To satisfy these functional requirements, the driving system adopts rubber tracks, sprockets, tires and suspensions. The static structural analysis of the frame structure was executed as well, from which the detailed design was drawn out. To validate the performance of the designed driving system, the test vehicle which has gasoline engine of 27HP and mechanical transmission was constructed. The driving tests of the vehicle were performed twice at the "Anac" area, and unveiled its capability.