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Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering
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Journal DOI :
The Korean Society of Systems Engineering
Editor in Chief :
Chul Whan Kim / Jae Cheon Jung
Volume & Issues
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Dec 2013
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Jun 2013
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Study on Prioritizing the countries for BOT nuclear power project using Analytic Hierarchy Process
Choi, Sun Woo ; Bui, Hoang Ha ; Roh, Myung Sub ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 2013, Pages 1~6
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.2.001
Developing Build-Own (or Operate)-Transfer (BOT) nuclear power project carrying large capital in the long term requires initially well-made multi-decision which it prevents sorts of risks from unexpected situation of target countries. In order to analyze the feasibility of project country, the Analytic Hierarchy Process is adopted. Firstly, the factors influencing the success of BOT nuclear power project in overseas countries were investigated through the literature survey for the country risk and were evaluated by expert interview for estimating comparative weight through pairwise comparison between such factors. Finally, it is developed comparative database of alternate countries with respect to each factor. This analytic method enables the developer to select and focus on the country which has preferable circumstance so that it enhances the efficiency of the project promotion. Also, it enables the developer to quantify the qualitative factors so that it diversifies the project success strategy and policy for the target country.
A study on MBSE(Model-Based Systems Engineering) application method for concept design of submarine
Bae, Jeong-Hoon ; Kim, Byung-Mok ; Kim, Mi-Hee ; Shin, Sung-Chul ; Kim, Soo-Young ; An, Chin-Woo ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 2013, Pages 7~14
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.2.007
Because submarine is high-technology and very complex system, it takes a lot of time, cost and manpower for design. For efficient concept design, application of systematic method is required such as system engineering. In this study, we studied application method of MBSE for submarine concept design with SWBS (Ship Work Breakdown Structure). Components of submarine system from SWBS were classified and organized as system architecture with 'Vitech CORE'. Through the MBSE application for concept design, systematic, efficient and traceable concept design of submarine was considered.
A Study of Systems Engineering Process Model For the Cognitive Interface Design Process
Cha, Woo Chang ; Ra, Doo Wan ; Choi, Yong Jin ; Lee, Ji Young ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 2013, Pages 15~22
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.2.015
The aim of this study is to propose the design process suitable for developing the cognitive interface considering system engineering process (SEP) models. Due to the cognitive workload in an operation of HMS, some cognitive interfaces have been developed. It is somehow difficult to use the developed cognitive interface in real working environment since they often showed a conflict to stereotyped interface. So it is necessary to develop the design process suitable for the more operator-specific interface. Various SEP models were reviewed for selecting the suitable design process which might resolve the problem from design-specific interface. The suitable process for designing cognitive interface was proposed considering currently usable SEP models. The findings from the study may be helpful for systematic approach to designing cognitive interface in digitalized environment. The proposed design process would be applied for easily employing the cognitive interface in digitalized working environment such as main control room in nuclear power plant.
Systems Engineering-based Approach In Developing Concept Design Of Carbon Capture System
Lee, Chang Hwan ; Hong, Dae Geun ; Yoon, Su Chul ; Suh, Suk-Hwna ; Sur, Hwal Won ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 2013, Pages 23~36
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.2.023
Plant industry is one of technology-intensive and most prosperous industries in Korea because of its recent prosperity and promising outlook in export. However, no Korean EPC company has yet been well prepared in lifting their capacity sufficient enough to get the upstream conceptual or basic design and engineering orders for sizable plant projects which are known as the more value-added. If systems engineering, a methodology which developed complex systems such as airplanes and has been justified its effectiveness in Defense and NASA projects, can be integrated with plant engineering which should be developed and applied based on the requirements of so many stakeholders, conditions, lifecycle concepts, and constraints of the projects, huge synergic effect is expected particularly in developing a specific upstream design, which is a conceptual or basic design. The notion of integration with each other between systems engineering and plant engineering can be really the crux of EPC's success in any plant projects. This paper suggests an approach showing a methodology how to dig out, analyze, evaluate, verify and implement the stakeholders' requirements into a plant design in conceptual phase using the theory and skills of systems engineering. ISO/IEC 15288 well known systems engineering standards is used. Carbon capture system is used for a case study, for it is an emerging technology in reducing emissions of carbon dioxide causing global warming from flue gas after combustion. Here systems engineering was proven to play a substantial role in enhancing the capability of designers in developing a conceptual design of whole plant or certain part of crucial plant systems.
A Study on Application of Systems Engineering Technical Process to FEED in Plant construction Industry - focused on a case of Environmental Plant
Ki, Wan Wook ; Kim, Jun Pil ; Hong, Dae Geun ; Suh, Suk-Hwan ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 2013, Pages 37~53
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.2.037
With rapid growth of the world plant market, an increasing attention is paid on the plant engineering. Up to present time, Korean plant engineering technology has been concerned with the down stream part of the plant engineering, so called EPC, considered as a lower value chain compared with the up stream, composed of FEED(Front End Engineering Design) and PMC(Project Management Consultancy). In other words, a key issue for Korean plant industry is how to catch up the FEED technology, currently occupied by the advanced countries. In this paper, we propose an SE(Systems Engineering) approach, conventionally applied for aerospace and defense industry, to the FEED for plant engineering. Specifically, we proposed a new SE process composed of: 1) SPA matrix for reverse systems engineering, and 2) PPA matrix for forward systems engineering. To illustrate the proposed method, a case study for an environmental plant is performed.
Analysis of the Economic Impacts for KF-X Production Project
Seol, Hyeonju ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 2013, Pages 55~68
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.2.055
This study aims to analyze how much KF-X production impacts on national economy by measuring economic spread effect based on inter-industry analysis. In order to evaluate the economic impact of KF-X production, we used input-output table of year 2007 of Korea. The results shows that KF-X production induces the production of 3,129 billon won and the value added of 1,206 billon won respectively. Also there are the creation of about 13,208 employment in the industry. The results from this study can be used as a basis for the further research on whether or not KF-X production could be processed.
Implementation of the joint capability integration and development environment using CASE tool
Kim, Jin Ill ; Park, Jong Seon ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 2013, Pages 69~82
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.2.069
US DoD operated JCIDS(Joint Capability Integration and Development System) for top down requirement generation. Although the JCIDS can be a good practice for the countries which are trying to shift from bottom up to top down requirement generation, it contains many processes related with review and approval. In this study we structured a joint capability integration and development process from the JCIDS eliminating the organization dependent review or approval process so that it can be applied to any organization with some modification. Furthermore we implemented the process in the computer aided systems engineering tool, Cradle, for convenient use of the process. The result of this study can provide a basic process for top down capability development, and an efficient why of doing each element of the process using CASE tool.
Advanced Design Synthesis Process for Rapid Aircraft Development
Park, Seung Bin ; Park, Jin Hwan ; Jeon, Kwon-Su ; Kim, Sangho ; Lee, Jae-Woo ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 2013, Pages 83~90
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.2.083
Integrated aircraft synthesis process for rapid analysis and design is described in this paper. Data flow between different analysis fields is described in details. All the data are divided into several groups according to importance and source of the data. Analysis of design requirements and certification regulations is carried out to determine baseline configuration of an aircraft. Overall design process can be divided into initial sizing, conceptual and preliminary design phases. Basic data for conceptual design are obtained from initial sizing, CAD and geometry analysis. Basic data are required input for weight, aerodynamics and propulsion analyses. Results of this analysis are used for stability and control, performance, mission, and load analysis. Feasibility of design is verified based on analysis results of each discipline. Design optimization that involves integrated process for aircraft analysis is performed to determine optimum configuration of an aircraft on a conceptual design stage. The process presented in this paper was verified to be used for light aircraft design.
A Study on the System-Engineering Implementation and Consideration for Private Finance Initiative(daegok-wonsi)
Park, Jang Gon ; Kim, Chul Sub ; Lee, Hi Sung ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 2, 2013, Pages 91~97
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.2.091
Recently, the Korean Railroad have been operating separately by Korea Rail Network and the Korail since 2005. In addition, because of the lack of government's social overhead capital, New railway projects have been built and operated by private investors which don't have railway operating experience. Therefore, systems engineering management is needed from the initial planning stage to the construction and the opening. In this paper, structural features were considered according to the separation of Daegok-Sosa-Wonsi Private Finance Initiative (Daegok-Sosa, Sosa-wonsi) and the operating agency's unification(Daegok - Sosa business operations). And based on the domestic system engineering applications, System-Engineering Implementation was studied.