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Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety
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Volume 7, Issue 3 - Dec 2001
Volume 7, Issue 2 - Jun 2001
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Jan 2001
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Erosion Damage of Ultrasonic Vibrator Tip in Marine Sludge Oil Environment -as for oil temp. change-
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 1~11
Many investments and works being continued to preserve green ocean in each countries of the world. Especial1y, the researches on the prevention of marine oil pollution being strengthened. It is not easy to disclose sludge oils that were produced necessarily in the ships operation, so that they are transferred to shore treating facility after collected inside the ship＇s sludge tank mostly. However, this shore transferring method is not only costly and time consuming but also entails risk of oil pollution. In this regard, it will be the best way to manage the sludge oils inside ship itself. The purpose of this study is to device an ultrasonic breaking systems which recycle the sludge oil from ships into usable oil to be burnt. In this paper, the first place, matrix structures of sludge fuel oil(SFO) and sludge lubricating oil(SLO) with the irradiation time for ultrasonic vibrator were interpreted. And, erosion damage for vibrator horn tip which is one of important part of ultrasonic breaking systems was examined under such an environment of the sludge oils. The material for horn tip is being made of SS41 steel and its erosion phase was investigated with variation of the vibration amplitude of 50
as well as the change of temperature in the oil environments. It is suggested that the experimental results can be helpful to the development of sludge oil disposing systems for the vessel.
A Study on the Improvement of SAR Capabilities in Korea -Analysis of marine casualties and leeway field experiment-
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 13~22
We studied the characteristics of marine casualties within the area under control of Korea National Maritime Police and leeway of drifting vessel. According to 5 years＇(1995~1999) data of casualties, it was found that the occurrence of casualties by fishing boats ranked the highest and a considerable numbers of casualties took place more than 20 miles off the shore. From a result of field experiment of G/T 50 tons vessel off Busan harbor on Apr. 26~28, 2000, we computed that the linear equation of leeway speed(cm/s) was 1.01
U(U : wind speed in m/s)+11.36 with correlation coefficient between wind speed and leeway speed being 0.252 and we found leeway angle range from
(left ) of the downwind direction.
A Study on the Establishment of Oil Spill Response Measures in Yeosu Waters
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 23~37
Marine environment has been polluted and damaged by many sources such as industrial waste, natural seepage, oil spill and offshore production etc. Among them, oil spill from oil tankers is one of most harmful sources to marine lives as its input amount is huge at a limited area for short period. In Korea, the port of Yeosu is known to be very vulnerable to oil spill with large amount of petroleum transported across the harbour. In this regards, the author analyzed and reviewed marine environment and appropriate response to marine oil spill at this area. For these purposes, oceanographic and meteorologic features as well as regional characteristics of harbor facilities, shipping routes, marine traffic and fisheries were investigated, also traffic densities were analyzed in order to check marine accident probabilities making direct observations for 72 hours visual1y and by portable radar.
Assessment of the Navigational Safety Level in the Korean Coastal Waterway
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 39~48
In recent years, the marine traffic congestion has increased due to the expansion of vessel traffic volume in Korean coastal waterway. Heavy traffic could bring serious marine casualties which cause the loss of human lives, properties and marine pollution in coastal area. The prevention of marine accidents has been a major topic in marin society and various policies and countermeasures have been developed, applied to the industries. VTS(Vessel Traffic Services) is considered as one of effective method to promote marine safety but it needs relatively huge amount of budgets to build and also number of personnels for the operation. Thus prior to establishing the VTS. It should be surveyed the marine traffics, general conditions of waterway including geographical, meteorological characteristics and assessed to find the most reasonable area and places for the system. Therefore this paper aims to develop the method for this evaluation through the hierarchical evaluation structure model in connection with ISM(interpretive structural modeling) and AHP(analytic hierarchy process) methods. The model in this paper is applied to 4 coastal area in Korean waterway as candidates and found that the priority for the needs of VTS should be in order such as Yosu, Wando, Mokpo, Geoje coastal area.
An Empirical Study on the Business Performance Effect of Active Factors in Total Quality Management: Primarily on the Korean Shipping Firms
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 49~65
Total Quality Management(TQM) is the source of competitive advantage for the enterprise faced with the dynamic change of the environment as the customer satisfaction era, unlike the past marketing era. It can have an effect on the strategical choice of the enterprise and becomes a new spotlight of management strategy in business administration recently with various techniques of organizational innovation, such as business re-engineering, benchmarking and so on. The TQM which has an essential part of a Risk Response Process is recognized as strategic aspects in Risk Management. TQM means the total management system that realizes management philosophy of customer satisfaction through continuous improvement and innovational thoughts on the basis of top-management＇s leadership and employees＇ involvement, policy of quality management, customer focus, development of human resources, empowered work forces, and supplier relationships. The data investigating the business performance effect of active factors in TQM based on the shipping firms were collected from 250 shipping firms in Korea by the use of questionnaire method and personal interviews at the selected samples.
A Study on Evaluation Factors of ICZM in Korea
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 67~87
ICZM(integrated coastal zone management) is recognized globally as an optimal solution on coastal issues and problems because it aims integration of all the different programs and stakeholders on coastal interests. Evaluation of ICZM program is also recognized globally for the success of ICZM because we can get many useful experiences and learning through evaluation. There are many issues and problems in coastal zone in Korea such as coastal development, wetland loss, deterioration of water quality, decreasing of fisheries stocks, limit of public access, etc. Recently highly centralized ICfM has been introduced in Korea but there are so high barrier between ICZM program and other relevant sectors. This paper tries to fond factors to evaluate and further evolution of ICZM in Korea which is very centralized system.
A Feasibility Assessment on Adopting Total Quality Management in Korea Maritime Police Agency
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 89~103
Korea Maritime Police Agency(KMPA) has been pressed by some environmental factors. The changes in the international maritime legal system, such as the entry into force of the UNCLOS in 1994 and the promulgation of the Korea 200-mile EEZ, have radically expanded the mission of the KMPA. In addition, there is, among other nations, no such large size maritime agency, equivalent to the KMPA, except in the cases of USA, Canada, and Japan. And what is more, critics outside the KMPA, including some other government agencies and stakeholders may propose to dismantle the KMPA. In this paper, the author highlights the internal and external issues facing KMPL, and he urges KMPA to change the organizational culture for maintaining its identity and characteristics by adopting the Total Quality Management. And he tries to assess the adoption of TQM on KMPA, by using the Feasibility Assessment Technique.
National Oil Pollution Response System : Current Issues and Policy Recommendation
Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 105~121
After the Sea Prince oil spill accident in 1995, the korean government has taken a measure to establish an emergency response system and equip clean-up capacity against large spill, major contents of which are as follows: First, Korea Marine Pollution Response Corporation has been established as a non-government organization for recovery of spilled oil in order to improve private response capabilities. Second, clean-up equipments, such as large clean-up vessels and oil fences for the open sea operation has been expanded. Third, a national contingency plan on the large spill accidents has been established compliance with the provisions of Article 6 of the OPRC 1990. However, there exist some problems in the national response system, such as clearly roles definition between government and private agencies; propel amendment of the Marine Pollution Prevention Act to incorporate major contents of the OPRC 1990; and training and exercises of clean-up personnel. With the above problems in mind, this paper reviews the current issues on the national oil pollution response system and recommends policy-making to tackle to those problems.