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Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology
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Volume 15, Issue 2 - Jun 1979
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Design and Implementation of High Sensitivity Single Power Factor Meter.
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 15, issue 2, 1979, Pages 55~60
The forming and design method of single power factor meter is suggested and the sensitive phase angle detect circuit of current and voltage of load was dealt with. In this paper, in order to control and detect of phase angle of the current and voltage, operational amplifier comparator circuit and R-C phase shift circuit was used, and to detect the controlled voltage wave form, the transister chopper pair circuit was used. The test result of this power factor meter was good and reliable at the full range of power factor.
제주도근해 예승어구의 유체저항과 줄의 굵기에 관하여
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 15, issue 2, 1979, Pages 61~66
Skipjack, Katsuowonus vagans, yellow tail Seriola quinqueradiata and Scomberomorus sinensis are largely caught by trolling gear in the coastal waters of Jeju Island. The author determined the hydrodynamic resistance of the trolling gears uscd in the waters, estimated the pulling force of the fish species above mentioned by use of body weight, and then calculated the minimum diameter of the lines of trolling gears. The results obtained are as follows: 1. The hydrodynamic resistance of the trolling gears present linear relationship in accordance with the towing speed of the gears. 2. The diameter of seizing leader, leader gut and branch line used in the waters might be durable to catch skipjack and yellow tail, whereas the diameter of those must be weak in intensity for Scomberomorus zinensis.
Studies on the Catch by Trawl Fishing in the Atlantic Coast of Africa -II Diurnal Variation of the Catch of Important Species Groups per Unit Hauling
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 15, issue 2, 1979, Pages 67~76
Diurnal variation of the catch of some important species groups in the Northwestern coast of Africa were studied on the basis of fish catching data compiled by a stern trawler(G.T., 499ton 2,200ps). The experimental fishing has been conducted from September, 1975 to August, 1976. The catch of the important groups I. e. squid, cuttlefish, octopus, sole fish and sea bream revealed different fluctuation patterns. The results obtained are as follows: 1. The catch of squid caught in daytime(0900-1800) was greater than that caught in night (2100-0600). 2. The catch of cuttle fish caught in daytime was more than that caught in night. In the daytime, large size group(heavier than 300g) was caught dominately during midday (1200-1500) whereas the small size group, lighter than 300g, was caught dominately during the time of sunrise (0600-0900) and sunset (1800-2100). 3. The catch of octopus varied according to the size groups. The large sige group, heavier than 700g, was caught predominately during daytime and the small size group, lighter than 700g, was caught predominately during night. 4. The catch of sole fish caught in night was greater than that caught in daytime. 5. The catch of sea bream and miscellaneous fishes including sardin, jack-mackerel and etc. was greater in daytime.
Study on the Intensive Catching method of Anchovy for the Live Bait-IV Appearance of the Available Resource for the Live Bait in the South-eastern Coastal Waters of Korea
Lee, Byoung-gee ; Kim, Kwang-hong ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 15, issue 2, 1979, Pages 77~82
It is said that anchovy of 6 to 7 em in body length is the most suitable for the live bait in skipjack pole and line fishing, and it must be held in a creel for more than 7 days so as to be transported from the holding ground to the fishing ground, kept in the small bait hold in a fishing boat. To hold the live bait anchovy, holding creel should be settled in calm waters, and then it is necessary to investigate the appearance of the available resource in the south-eastern coastal waters of Korea where the creel can be settled. The authors investigated the app~arance of the available resource in the waters, and the following results are found. 1. The available resource appears more and the fishing season is longer than in the offshore, rather than in the inshore. 2. The available resource arc caught in the offshore with the passing of time into winter, and they are caught merely in the offshore side in December. 3. The available resource could be secured from July to December, somewhere in the south-eastern coastal waiers of Korea, if the holding ground were removed appropriately.
Study on the Anchovy Boat Seine-III Experimental Operation of the Improved Gear Model 79
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 15, issue 2, 1979, Pages 83~94
It is more than half a century since anchovy boat seine has been introduced in Korean fishery to catch anchovies, but the study on it was began in 1970's by the authors. In 1971, the authors carried out an experiment about the net formation of the traditional gear in tow by using model net, and in 1978, about the patti net gear, commercially used in Japan. Now, the authors investigated the new model net, model 79, expecting to be suitable for commercial fishery in Korea, with the strong point of those two gears kept and the weak point of them corrected. The experimental gear was constructed attached the long net pendants to the fore end of extension wing by shortening its length in two-third of the traditional gear. Inside wing was improved so as to show high opening in tow. Rubber bobbins and hanging rings are used to prevent the heavy friction of bosom ground rope against the sea bed. The gear was used to catch anchovies in the commercial fishing ground in the south-eastern coastal waters of Korea, from May to October in 1979. From the experiment, the following results are found. 1. In opening height, the experimented gear was 30 percent greater than the traditional one. 2. It took 3 to 5 minutes for the bosom ground rope to sink from the surface to the sea bed, while 10 to 15 minutes for the traditional gear to do. 3. Ground rope never scooped mud, even in the muddy sea bed. 4. The gear showed better catchability than the traditional gear.
Study on the Anchovy Boat Seine-IV An Experiment to Mechanize the Hauling Operation of Bag Net
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 15, issue 2, 1979, Pages 95~100
In fishing with the anchovy boat seine, it is required to haul up the bag net without injuring anchovy body. Not to injure anchovy body, the bag net is operated with 30 to 34 crews in the traditional method. With a view point of decreasing crews, the authors tried to operate the bag net with side drum winch and derrick boom. Side drum winch was installed beside the engine casing and it was operated by the main engine through the belt, pulley and bevel gear. The derrick boom, 7 meters long, was installed above the working deck which is located in the stern of the common boat seiner. Three single blocks are attached to the boom, each 2 meters apart from the top. A hook was attached to the free end of the block line for hooking up the bolch line which attached inside the bag net especially prepared for the purpose. The hauling end of the block line was induced to the side drum winch for hauling up the bag net. By using this mechanism, the bag net was hauled up with peeling the bag net just like in the traditional method. So the following results are found. (1) No injury of anchovy body was found in the process of hauling up. (2) The bag net can be operated by mere 14 crews. (3) Duration, spent in hauling up the bag net, was almost the same when the catch are a little amount, and less duration was needed by the experimented method than the traditional one when the catch are a large amount. the bag net. By using this mechanism, the bag net was hauled up with peeling the bag net just like in the traditional method. So the following results are found. (1) No injury of anchovy body was found in the process of hauling up. (2) The bag net can be operated by mere 14 crews. (3) Duration, spent in hauling up the bag net, was almost the same when the catch are a little amount, and less duration was needed by the experimented method than the traditional one when the catch are a large amount.