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Volume 18, Issue 2 - Jun 1982
Volume 18, Issue 1 - Mar 1982
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Oceanic Diffusion Characteristics in Jinhae Bay
An, Yu-Sin ; Kim, Yeong-Seop ; Han, Yeong-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 1, 1982, Pages 1~10
Diffusion processes in tidal swinging coastal waters are studied by releasing one hundred liters of Rhodamine B four times. Dye patches were formed from instantaneous point sources. The patches were sampled with a pump on a tracking boat, and samples were analyzed with fluorospectro-photometer. The patterns of patches were reconstructed and their characteristics were analyzed in terms of variance of concentration, area estimation, and decrease rate of peak concentration. In all of the four experiments, the dye patches were mos시 elongated to the direction of current axis. the elongation rate was 0.34 on the average. Apparent diffusivities were 620 to 3,000 cm super(2) /sec during initial period of 90 minutes. The variance increased by exp(0.047t) on the average, and peak concentration deceased by exp(-0.044t) on the average.
Response of Filefish to the Colored Nets
Yang, Yong-Rim ; An, Hui-Chun ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 1, 1982, Pages 11~15
The authors carried out an experiment to find out the response of filefish, Navodon modestus (Gunther), to the colored nets. The experimental tank of dimensions 360L
55H cm was set up in a dark room. Six longitudinal sections, each being 60cm intervals, are marked in the tank to observe locations of the fishes. The depth of water in the tank was 50 cm. Two light bulbs of 30 W, placed at the both ends of the tank, projected the light horizontally into the tank. Two different colored nets selected from seven colors(white, black, gray, red, green, blue, and yellow) were placed 60 cm distance from each side of the tank. The fishes were acclimatized in the dark for 60 minutes before they were employed in the experiment. After the light was turned on, the number of fish in each section of the tank was counted for an hour in every 2 minutes into interval, the mean value of fishes in each section was used as the distribution rate of the fish. The order of colors disliked by fishes was found to be white, red, green, black, blue, yellow and gray. The distribution rate of fish in front of colored net shows a decreasing tendency as the lapse of illumination time increases.
Corrosion Loss of the Shell and the Bulkhead Plates of the Oil Tankers According to Their Age
Park, Jung-Hee ; Park, Si-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 1, 1982, Pages 17~23
The corrosion loss of the shell plates and the bulkead plates of the oil tankers, nationalities of which belong to korea are determined and analyzed. The thickness of the plates are determined by use of the ultrasonic thickness meters at the check points set along the fore and aft line and the perpendicular to it. Difference between the original thickness and the determined one are given as the corrosion loss at the present age. 1. On the shell plates (1) The total mean of the corrosion loss shows the greatest value on the load water line in every age classes of the vessels. (2) The total mean of the corrosion loss on the fore and aft line shows little difference, even though it is slightly greater at the fore part, in every age classes of the vessels. (3) The corrosion loss along the perpendicular grows greater in the order of upper bilge line, light water line, freeboard line and load water line at 16 ages of the vessels, and the loss changes in the order of light water line, upper bilge line, freeboard line and load water line at 20 ages of the vessels. (4) The total mean of the corrosion loss along the light water line and upper and lower water line shows the greatest value on the fore part. That along the freeboard line and the load water line shows the greatest value on the midship part and on the after part, respectively. 2. On the bulkhead plates (1) The total mean of the corrosion loss shows the greatest value on the top part at the every age classes of the vessels. (2)The corrosion loss along the perpendicular grows greater in the order of the lower, center and upper part at every age classes of the vessels. (3) The total mean of the corrosion loss at the top part grows greater in the order of the transverse bulkhead of the side oil tank, that of center oil tank, longitudinal bulkhead of center oil tank, and transverse bulkhead of side water tank at the 20 ages of the vessels.
On the Influence of the Yellow Sea Bottom Cold Water on the Demersal Fishing Grounds
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 1, 1982, Pages 25~33
The secular fluctuations of catches and fishing grounds and their relations to the bottom temperature are examined by using data of catches of the Yellow Croaker and the Kang-dal-li by stow net in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea during recent ten years, 1970-1979. The phase of the secular fluctuations of the catches was delayed about two years to that of during 1974-1975, and thereafter were balanced up to the end of 1976. However, after 1976, such tendency was not distinct because of an increase in fishing efforts. The fishing ground in 1977, in which temperatures were lower than other years, was found in the southern part of the fishing grounds of warmer years, for example, 1972
Analysis of Vibration of Ship Hull Girder
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 1, 1982, Pages 35~38
Ship hull Vibration is caused by troubling measure instruments installed in the ship, fatigue of the hull girder. Vibration has been studied by the View point of anti-Vibration. However, the theoretical calculation values of the Vibration analysis were not obtained accurately. Therfore, in this paper, Vibration analysis were made on the two (cylinder form, ship form) of ship hull girder by the transfer matrix method. The super-structure length was determined to be 0, 20, 40, 60, 80, 100, percentage of the ship's length from the stern. The results of analysis by the transfer matrix method are as follow. 1. Natural frequency may be determined by the order of node numbers and superstructure length. 2. Natural frequency inereased when the ship form is a finess and increasing ratio followed by high order of node numbers.
Optimum Alignment of Marine Propulsion Shafting
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 1, 1982, Pages 39~46
The author has developed the computer program in order to calculate the optimum alignment condition of marine propulsion shafting by linear programming method. The input of program was calculated by the matrix method of three-moment. He compared the calculated values with the experimental values measured by the strain gage on the model shaft, and the values of calculation on actual propulsion shafting with those of Det norske Veritas. The computer program of optimum alignment has been applied to the actual shaft. The results obtained are as follows: 1. To obtain the reaction of supporting points in the straight line necessary to the optimum alignment and the reaction influence number, after the computer program had been developed and then adapted, the result of experimental values and calculated values agreed with each other and the values of the actual shaft were also approximately similar to the values of other program. 2. In this paper, the measuring method on model shaft by strain gage can be effectively used at the time of adjusting alignment condition of actual shaft. 3. The supporting bearing should be considerably readjusted to the vertical direction in order to satisfy some limited condition.
Laminar Convective Heat Transfer in Vertical Square Duct with Variational Symmetric Heat Flux
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 1, 1982, Pages 47~53
An analysis of convection, in a fully developed laminar steady flow through the vertical square duct under the condition of variational symmetric heat flux, is considered. Finite element solution algorithm by Galerkin's method with triangular elements and linear interpolation polynominals for the temperature and velocity profiles are derived for the vertical square duct. The comparison of temperature distribution due to variational symmetric heat flux in the duct were made with available the other data when the condition of peripheral heat flux were uniform and zero. Numerical values for the dimensionless temperatures and Nusselt numbers at selected Rayleigh numbers and pressure gradient parameters were obtained at a few nodal points for the vertical square ducts and effects of corner in the duct were investigated.