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Volume 20, Issue 2 - Jun 1984
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Fundamental Studies on the Net-Shape of the Drag Net-II On the Section Shape of the Simplified Model of the Bag Net in Four-Point Suspension
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 20, issue 2, 1984, Pages 65~71
As a primary step in studying the relationship between the arrangement of netting and the section shape of the bag net in the four-seam trawling net, a series of experiments were performed with the simplified model of the bag net made of vinyl film. This model was suspended horizontally in circularly flowing water, with two pairs of suspending threads to four points of symetry at the border of the bag mouth in place of both wing nets. And then, the area distribution of each panel in the bag net was arranged by the portion of the length of the side panel, q to that of the lower or upper panel, p at the border of bag mouth. In the experiments, the section shape of the bag mouth photographed and the tensions on both pairs of suspending threads were measured with two loadcells in circularly flowing water. From the results that the section shape of the bag mouth in circularly flowing water is controlled by the area distribution of panels in the bag net, the author estimated an experimental equation. h/w=k sub(1) e super(k) 2 super(q/p)+C, where h is the central height of the bag mouth, and w is the lateral width of that.
Study on the Water Quality and the Loading of Pollutants in the Downstream of Nakdong River
Han, Young-Ho ; Hong, Sung-Kun ; Kim, Young-Seup ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 20, issue 2, 1984, Pages 72~78
The water quality and the budget of pollutant loading in the downstream of Nakdong River were surveyed at 3 sites along the main stream from Mulgum to Hadan and 1 site of Yangsan tributary with response to the tides in May and June, 1983. The level of TSS in the Yangsan tributary, 6.1~21.3mg/l, was higher than any other site. The mean values of BOD were 1.16mg/l at Mulgum site, 1.83mg/l Yangsan site, 0.79mg/l Hwamyeong site and 3.56mg/l at Hadan site. The levels of NH sub(4) super(+)-N and PO sub(4) super(3-)-P were the highest at Hadan site, and the levels of zinc and copper were 2.11~5.98ppb and ND-50.00ppb at Yangsan tributary site. Although the flow rate of Yangsan stream accounted for only 4% of that of main stream, but the mean value of pollutant loading in the Yangsan stream amounted to 8.3% of the that of main steam.
Variation of Water Temperature in Chungmu Port
Yeom, Mal-Gu ; Kim, Sam-Gon ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 20, issue 2, 1984, Pages 79~82
Seasonal and secular variations of water temperature in Chungmu port were investigated with the data obtained from the Technical Reports(1976~1983) of Hydrographic Office. Monthly and annual range of water temperature were 2 to 8
and 18 to 21
, respectively. The coefficients of variance of monthly mean water temperature were 0.015(February, 1976) to 0.208(December, 1980) and their values were smaller in the summer season than in the winter season. The result of harmonic analysis for investigating the seasonal variation of water temperature was T(t)=15.66+8.06 cos(10
t-216). The periods of secular variation were about 2 years and 3 years.
The Relationship between the Fishing Grounds and Oceanographic Condition Associated with Fluctuation of Mackerals Catches in the East China Sea
Jo, Gyu-Dae ; Hong, Cheol-Hun ; Kim, Yong-Mun ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 20, issue 2, 1984, Pages 83~90
The secular fluctuations of catches and fishing grounds of mackerals and the oceanographic conditions for the fishing grounds are examined by using the data of catches of mackerals by middle and large class purse-seiner during 1951 to 1981 and those of oceanographic observation carried out by Japan Meteorological Agency. The results are as follows; The fishing grounds of mackerals are respectively distributed at northeastern and southwestern areas from the central part of the East China Sea through every season of the studied years: 1968, 1974 and 1980. The narrow belt type of fishing grounds were formed inside of the Kuroshio in spring and winter of the three years. In summer mackeral species move northward and the fishing grounds are formed in the southern sea of Korea. In winter, however, mackeral species move southward and the fishing grounds are appeared in the Tsushima Current region. The dispersion of fishing grounds is generally larger in summer and smaller in spring, and especially it is the largest in summer in 1980. It seems that the concentration and dispersion of fishing grounds are related to the depth of thermocline and the position of horizontal temperature gradient in this area.
A Simple Guidance Method for the KM , KG , KB , and GM of Small Fishing Vessels
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 20, issue 2, 1984, Pages 91~95
This paper describes to analyze regression relation between the ratio mean draft to freeboard and KM/dm, KB/dm and GM/B, respectively with the 43 Korean fishing vessels (7 Danish seiners; 1l Stowers; 14 Poler and liners; 6 Trawlers; 5 Purse seiners) and the 1 Cargo boat in order to obtain the stability factors of the Korean fishing vessels conveniently. The obtained results are as follows; 1. The stability factors by fishing vessels have a tendency to the larger f/dm, the larger KM/dm and KG/dm, and KB/dm and GM/B are constant. 2. It is found out that M and G differ from the kinds of the fishing vessels because KM/dm is the largest in poler and liners and KG/dm in Danish seiner, respectively. 3. It is confirmed that the stability factors of the fishing vessels which the inclining experiment carry out the wholly in the light and the full loaded condition are the same as the inclining experiment uniformly.
Prediction and Response of Ship`s Hull Girder for Slamming - On The Impact Force of Foreward Flat Bottom Plate -
Hong, Bong-Ki ; Kim, Sa-Soo ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 20, issue 2, 1984, Pages 96~104
This paper is on the prediction and response of the ship hull girder due to slamming of foreward flat bottom plate. The response with respect to foreward flat bottom is divided two kinds by estimating method. One is the estimation of impact forces by slamming, Another is the response of hull girder due to impact forces, that is, displacement, velocity, acceleration, etc. must calculate the values for considered ship hull girder. In this paper, therefore, was estimated only impact forces along ship ordinate of foreward. The analysis of data for estimation followed mainly papers of Ochi. These estimated data shall contribute for ship gull construction for basic optimum design. In particular, the estimated impact forces shall be given for the response of ship gull girder on the foreward flat bottom plate with characteristics of external forces.
Accuracy of Hybrid Navigation System Combining Dead Reckoning and Loran C
Lee, Won-Woo ; Sin, Hyeong-Il ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 20, issue 2, 1984, Pages 105~111
Recently, Hybrid Navigation Systems combining Omega, NNSS, Loran C and Dead reckoning etc. served to give us highly accurate ship's position, and a number of ships are equipped with these navigation systems. In order to evaluate for the accuracy of this navigation system observations of Loran C, 5970 and 9970 chains and Radar at the same time were made on board m.s Jeonbuk 401 and 403 training ships of Gunsan Fisheries Collage at nine stations in the yellow sea from July, 1982 to June, 1983, and then were done by the Hybrid Navigation System combining Dead reckoning and Loran C at the same areas. The authors investigated the accuracy of the Hybrid Navigation System based on measurements of the relative positional error which is defined as the difference between the position fixed by this system or the Loran C system, and the one by the Radar. The obtained results are as follows; 1. The mean standard deviation of the time difference of Loran C were about 0.21
s in 9970 chain and about 0.06
s in 5970 chain, and the fluctuation of the time difference of Loran C in 5970 chain was smaller than that in 9970 chain. 2. The positional error between two positions by Radar and the Hybrid Navigation System in 9970 chain was about 0.4 miles, and between two positions by Radar and Loran C was about 0.51 miles. The Hybrid Navigation System was therefore more accurate than Loran C System. 3. The positional error between two positions by Radar and Hybrid Navigation System in 5970 chain was about 0.4 miles, and between two positions by Radar and computer simulation of Loran C was about 0.98 miles. Consequently, Hybrid Navigation System was more accurate than computer simulation of Loran C system.
On the Improvement of Accuracy of Position Fix By Loran C to Compute with Micro Computer
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 20, issue 2, 1984, Pages 112~121
This paper is compared the simulation tables by the general propagation velocity and the calculated propagation velocities with distances and times to take to be transmitted Loran C wave from master station to slave stations, with Loran C tables, and compared the accuracy of position fixes by the simulation to them by Loran C table with the time differences of 9970 chain to be measured in the south coast of Korea, and by the simulation with the time differences of 5970 chain to be measured at definite position to them. The results obtained are as follows; 1. the simulation tables by the calculated propagation velocities is nearer to Loran C tables than it by the general propagation velocity. 2. The ranges of total errors of the simulation positions by the general propagation velocity and the calculated propagation velocities to the position fixies of Loran C table with the time differences of 9970 chain to be measured in the south coast of Korea are 0.2-0.7 miles, 0.01-0.1 miles, and the mean values of them are 0.46 miles and standard deviations of time are 0.1 miles, 0.03 miles respectively. 3. Mean value of total errors of the simulation position by the calculated propagation velocities to the definite position with the time difference of 5970 chain is 0.2miles and is reduced 0.1-0.2 miles than it by the general propagation velocity.
A Study on the Estimation of Friction Coefficient in Drawing Process
Kim, Yeong-Su ; An, Byeong-Ha ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 20, issue 2, 1984, Pages 122~126
Tube drawing process is more sensitive to the friction coefficient but it is a hard task to analyze it's disposition qualitatively. This paper aims to calculate the mean friction coefficient from author's direct equation which amended from general rod drawing process, and compare the result with SACHS' or WILLIAM'S. From this study, the thickness change was inspected in multi-pass drawing. The thickness affected with the mean friction coefficient and the thickness was deformed more thicker than initial thickness on the condition of good lubrication. For the sake of a good estimation of mean friction coefficient, the radial force of die must be considered when the drawing process has some more area reduction about more than 10 percents.
A Study on the Performance of Small Diesel Engine Using Blend Fuel Oil ( 3 ) - Rape Seed Oil 20 % and Diesel Oil 80 % -
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 20, issue 2, 1984, Pages 127~132
Performance tests of small diesel engine were carried out, using the blend fuel oil as the substitute fuel oil and the following results were obtained. (1) The character at the blend oil as substitute fuel for small diesel engine was examined. (2) In the case of operating small diesel engine with blend oil, the exhaust gas volume increases at 8% in comparison with diesel oil. (3) In the case of operating small diesel engine with blend oil, the fuel consumption Increases at 3% in comparison with diesel oil. (4) In the brake thermal efficiency, blend oil is similar to diesel oil.
An Investigation of Stress Corrosion Cracking Charactistics of SUS 304 Stainless Steel in
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 20, issue 2, 1984, Pages 133~136
The characteristics of the stress corrosion cracking of SUS 304 stainless steel were studied with the specimens of the constant displacement type under the environment of various MgCl sub(2) aqueous solutions. Main results obtained are as follows; 1) Latent time of crack initiations is delayed in the SCC under low condition of initial stress intensity K sub(Ii) value. 2) SCC occurs owing to the passive film-rupture by both load and Cl ion under MgCl sub(2) boiled aqueous solution. 3) The susceptibility of SCC can be largely improved by reducing the temperature in case of the high concentration of MgCl sub(2) aqueous solution.
Heat Transfer of Condensation by the Injecting Steam Flow In Tube
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 20, issue 2, 1984, Pages 137~142
An experimental study has been performed on the heat transfer characteristics of condensation by the injecting steam flow in the tube. The comparison between results of experimental data and available data concerning equivalent Reynolds number has studied. As the result, the followings were obtained. 1. The shear stress of the radial direction in the tube when the injecting steam flow was condensed can be written as root(
sub(0v))=1+1.46X sub(tt) super(0.20). 2. The effect of the heat transfer in the injecting steam flow was less than the value of equivalent Reynolds number. The reason are the nonuniform fluid film of the axial and radial direction in the tube. 3. The value of N sub(u) by the heat transfer of condensation can be written as N sub(u)=1.08
+(2.5/P sub(rl)) ln(y sub(i)/