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Volume 18, Issue 2 - Jun 1982
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A Study on the Characteristics of the Circulation and Diffusion in Suyeong Bay
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 2, 1982, Pages 55~61
Simultaneous investigations for drift bottle and dye diffusion experiment were carried out in Suyeong bay. Seawater in Suyeong bay flowed differently in the vicinity of Suyeong river estuary and Nam-cheon Dong respectively. The speed of current did not exceed one knot in this bay. The dye patch moved to Kwangan beach in the dye diffusion experiment. The relationship between apparent diffusivity and diffusion time was appeared as Ka=0.0025t super(1.9). The variance was calculated to be 2.9 power of the diffusion time. And the exponent diffusivity versus the scale of diffusion time was appeared to be 1.3.
The Spectrum of Feeding Sound and the Response of Seabass , Filefish and Swellfish
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 2, 1982, Pages 61~67
Optical properties of sea water were studied in the southern sea of Korea, based on ten oceanographic stations in July, 1980. Submarine daylight intensity was measured at intervals of 5m depth in the upper 70m layer by using the underwater irradiameter (Kahlsico # 268 WA 360). The mean absorption coefficients of the sea water were shown as 0.102 (0.066~0.137), 0.119 (0.069~0.154), 0.091 (0.054~.0123), and 0.095 (0.056~0.129) for clear, red, green, and blue color respectively. The transparency ranged from 13 to 25 meters (mean 17.1 m). The mean water color in this area was 3.9 (3-5) in Forel scales. The relation between absorption coefficient (k) and transparency (D) was k=1.17/D, k=2.01/D, k=1.52/D, and k=1.60/D for clear, red, green, and blue color respectively. The rates of light penetration for clear, red, green, and blue color in four different depths were computed with reference to the surface light intensity respectively. The mean rates of light penetration in proportion to depths were as follows; clear : 57.3%(5m), 20.82%(15m), 5.16%(30m), 0.94%(50m). red : 52.2%(5m), 15.99%(15m), 2.99%(30m), 0.39%(50m). green : 60.9%(5m), 24.51%(15m), 7.11%(30m), 1.56%(50m). blue : 59.4%(5m), 22.92%(15m), 6.09%(30m), 1.29%(50m).
The Spectrum of Feeding Sound and the Response of Seabass, Filefish and Swellfish.
Kim, Dong-Su ; Yun, Gap-Dong ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 2, 1982, Pages 71~75
The feeding sounds of three fishes, Lateolabrax japonicus, stephanolepis cirrhifer and Fugu vermicularis were recorded in the tank, and the frequency and the sound pressure level were analyzed. The recorded sounds were emitted again into the tank and the response of fishes were observed. The results obtained are summarized as follows: 1) The frequency and the sound pressure level of the feeding sound of Lateolabrax japonicus, Stephanolepis cirrhifer, and Fugu vermicularis are 80~350 Hz and 250~500 Hz, and 101~103 dB, 106~115 dB and 102~112dB. 2) It was most effective to increase the sound pressure level as much as dB that make the fishes respond positive reaction to the feeding sound. 3) Lateolabrax japonicus and stephanolepis cirrhifer showed positive response and Fugu vermicularis showed little to the emitted feeding sound. 4) The fishes showed positive response to the sound until 5 minutes and then showed negative response, as the sound emitting succeed 10 minutes.
Maneuverabilities of Skipjack Pole and Liner
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 2, 1982, Pages 77~80
The maneuverabilities of 240 GT class skipjack pole and liner were studied, based on the maneuvering indices and the data which were obtained from Z test of the experimental ship, the m.s. KWANACKSAN, the training ship of the National Fisheries University of Busan. The maneuvering indices K' of the experimental ship were 0.611(at 10
Z test), 0.622(at 20
Z test) and 0.556(at 30
Z test). Her maneuvering indices T' were 1.094(at 10
Z test), 1.695(at 20
Z test) and 1.367(at 30
Z test). The above calculated values K', T' showed that her turning ability at helm angle 20
and her obeying ability at helm angle 10
were most effective. As it appeared that the calculated K'-values of the experimental ship were smaller than the standard K'-values of different kinds of ships and her overshoot angles at her Z test were greater than those of them, her turning ability was found to be lower. When the experimental ship took a turn at her 10
Z test, running distance was about 8.3 times her own length and didn't exceed the standard maneuvering distance, 5 to 11 times ship's own length, therefore she was considered to have good maneuverabilities synthetically.
On the Influence of the Oceanographic Condition in the East China Sea and the Yellow Sea on the fluctuation of the Gang-dal-i fishing ground
Yang, Seong-Gi ; Jo, Gyu-Dae ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 2, 1982, Pages 81~89
In order to analyze the formation mechanism for the fishing ground of the Gang-dal-i, the relationship between the fish grounds of the Gang-dal-i and the oceanographic structure of the East China Sea and the Yellow Sea is investigated by using the data of the catches of stow net fishery (Fisheries Research and Development Agency, 1970-1979) and the oceanographic observation data (Japan Meteorological Agency). The main fishing grounds of the Gang-dal-i concentrated in the adjacent seas of Daeheugsan island and Sokotra Rock. In these areas, the fishing conditions are generally stable, because about 70% of the total catch of the Gang-dal-i for the ten years is occupied, CPUE also is relatively great, and the coefficients of variation of the catches are relatively small as 0.9 to 1.4. The main fishing periods are roughly from February to March and June to July, and the years of good catches are from 1974 to 1976. In general, the main fishing grounds are formed in the marginal areas of the Yellow Sea Bottom Cold Water. They are the frontal areas in which the Yellow Sea Bottom Cold Water is intermixed with the Yellow Sea Warm Current. The range of the temperature and the salinity in these regions are from 10 to 13
and 32.5 to 34.4
Inversion Phenomena of Temperature in the Yellow Sea
Kim, Hui-Jun ; Yun, Hong-Ju ; Yang, Seong-Gi ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 2, 1982, Pages 91~96
Temperature inversions are investigated by using the oceanographic data obtained in the Yellow Sea from 1965 to 1979. The temperature inversions are found in every depth in almost all areas of the Yellow Sea. While in summer, they frequently occur below thermocline in the west region of the Jeju Island. Such phenomena in winter can be explained by surface cooling effects associated with a net heat loss at the surface and a southward advection of cold water, and those in summer result from the process of mixing between the Yellow Sea Warm Current and the Yellow Sea Bottom Cold Water.
Reappearance of the Phase Difference of Omega at Busan
Ahn, Jang-Young ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 2, 1982, Pages 97~100
The phase differences of the omega were observed continuously for the A-C pair and the A-E pair from Sept. 1, 1980 to Feb. 28, 1981 and from Sept. 20, 1981 to Feb. 82, 1982 at Fisheries University of Busan350
06'.3E)In this paper we deal with the reappearance of these phase differences by annual, month, day As a results, annual eappearance are in good condition both pairs and daily reappearance in day and night are better than an hour around the sunset, and very bad reappearance is found by month.
A Study on Heat Transfer Analysis around the Square Heat Source of Interior Solid by Using Finite Element Method
Jang, Jae-Eun ; Hong, Bong-Gi ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 18, issue 2, 1982, Pages 101~108
In this paper the result of heat transfer analysis around the square heat source of interior solid by using the F. E. M is reported. Calculation for temperature distribution and each element was used by F. E. M. the solid is sub-divided into system of equal size triangular shape. These values of temperature distribution will valuable for design of jet engine and steam generator and the results gained are as follow; 1. Calculation by F. E. M is identified with the experiment. 2. Temperature distribution on the horizontal surface is
=0.698 in model 4 and the other hand
=0.401 in model 6 for X=16cm. In intermediates surface between heat source and bottom surface, the influence of L is more greater than that of height in the temperature difference. 3. Temperature distribution on the vertical surface for model 2 is resulted strong influence by K. In the case of Y=4cm is identified with
=0.0790 for K=7 and also
=0.0036 for K=0.3. In the difference of temperature distribution.