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Journal of the Korean Society of Safety
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Volume 9, Issue 4 - Dec 1994
Volume 9, Issue 3 - Sep 1994
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Jun 1994
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Mar 1994
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A Study on the Unsteady Flow Characteristics Analysis of Intake and Exhaust Pipe in 4 Cycle Spark-Ignition Engine
Journal of the Korean Society of Safety , volume 9, issue 2, 1994, Pages 3~11
This study discribes result of comparision of two other numerical method, method of characteristics (MOC) and Lax-Wendroff method(LWM) applied at wave action analysis of Intake and exhaust pipe. Partiality FCT(Flux Correct Transport) scheme is appeneded to LWM to protest unacceptable overshoots, occuring near discontinuity. The final conclusion of this study is that MOC should be replaced by a second order finite difference approach(such as the LW method). Clear benefits we can get by change are faster calculation, higher accuracy, conservation of mass and consistent calculation method.
Studies of the Smoke Emission from Cellulose Fiber Insulation
Journal of the Korean Society of Safety , volume 9, issue 2, 1994, Pages 12~17
Smoke evolved from burning cellulose insulation treated with boric acid-borax-alum as combustion retardants has been studied using a light absorption method. It has been shown that the quantity of smoke are decreased with the increase of oxygen concentration. Applied fire retardants did not increase smoke generation from investigated cellulose insulation in range of themal degradation without flaming. These same fire retardants increased from in the range of flaming combustion. The results of this work have been analysed using imperical equation, which correlated the smoke density at oxygen content of combustion transition. This equation may be.
is the concentration of oxygen in the oxidizing gas, and
refers to oxygen concentration of combustion transition.n.n.n.
A Study on the Safety of Reinforced Concrete Structures under Fatigue Load
Journal of the Korean Society of Safety , volume 9, issue 2, 1994, Pages 18~25
In this thesis, the fatigue tests were performed on a series of reinforced concrete to Investigate the variation of strength and the safety of reinforced concrete structures under fatigue load. The specimens were of the same rectangular cross-section, of effective height 24cm and width 30cm and their span was 330cm. The three point loading system is used in the fatigue tests. In these tests, the fracture mode of reinforced concrete structures under fatigue load, relationship between the repeated loading cycles and the mid-span displacement of the specimens were observed. According to the test results, the following fatigue behavior of reinforced concrete specimens were observed. By increasing of the number of repeated loading cycles, the mid-span displacement became greater, however the Incremental amounts of the displacement were reduced. It could be also known that the inelastic strain energy of the doubly reinforced rectangular beams was larger than that of the singly reinforced rectangular beams as increasing the number of repeated loading cycles. Compliance of reinforced concrete structures tended to be reduced as increasing the repeated loading cycles, and the compliance of the doubly reinforced rectangular beams was generally smaller than that of the singly reinforced rectangular beams. Based on the above investigation, it could be concluded that the doubly reinforced rectangular beams under fatigue load were more efficient to resist the brittle fracture than the singly reinforced rectangular beams.
Prediction of Unsafe Factors for Industrial Accident Prevention
Journal of the Korean Society of Safety , volume 9, issue 2, 1994, Pages 26~32
It is quite similar in the current automated works likewise in the past manual works that single trivial human error and/or unsafe acts may lead to serious industrial accidents. Though the traditional approach for accident prevention focused on the serious injuries or losses, that was misleaded by failure of accident perception. As Heinrich pointed out, there are still enormous numbers of unsafe acts or near-misses before a real accident happen. Thus, for industrial accident prevention, a research on unsafe acts was committed. With accident data occurred during the last decade, statistics were analyzed for extracting behavioral characteristics. After that, a practical method Integrating AHP and statistics which shows possible accident factors and their priority at an individual factory was suggested. A computer program was developed also.