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Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology
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Volume 22, Issue 4 - Dec 1986
Volume 22, Issue 3 - Sep 1986
Volume 22, Issue 2 - Jun 1986
Volume 22, Issue 1 - Mar 1986
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A Study on Floating Collar of Dragged Gears
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 1, 1986, Pages 1~5
In order to improve the net-mouth height of dragged gears, the authors devised models of floatingcollars of nylon cloth instead of floats and experimented with 4 types-A type (length 65em, breadth 3em), B type (length 65em, breadth 4em), C type (length 65em, breadth 5em) and D type (length 65 em, breadth 6em) attached respectively to the front edge of square of a model net after preliminary experimentation. These various types of floating collars were experimented in a circulating water channel to evaluate the characteristics of net-mouth height and hydrodynamic resistance and the effect of the length of bridles were also examined. The results obtained were as follows: 1. In case of attaching floats, the model net-mouth height reduced from 80 em to 20 em when current velocity was increased from 0.25m/see to 1m/sec. 2. In case of attaching floating collars, the model net-mouth heights were maintained 70 em, 71 em, 80 em, 78 em in maximum and 55 em, 63 em, 69 em, 73 em in minimum respectively even the current volocity was increased from 0.25 m/see to 1 m/see. 3. The model net-mouth height was reduced to 10 em maximum according to the current velocity and types of floating collars when the bridles were shortened 3~4 mm in length. 4. Hydrodynamic resistance of D type only was increased to 700 g in maximum and those of A, B, C type were reduced to 460 g in maximum at current velocity beyond 0.5 m/ see when bridles were shortened 3-4 mm in length. 5. But the model net-mouth heights became higher in accordance with breadth of floating coliars, B type was the best for this model net in case that hydrodynamic resistance was taken into account.
A Study on Passive Fish Finder in the Fishing Grounds near the Korean Peninsula - The Theoretical Study for Passive Fish Finder -
Kim, Sung-Boo ; Chang, Jee-Won ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 1, 1986, Pages 6~10
The feasibility of passive detection of fishes which had been caught in the fishing grounds near the Korean peninsula was theoretically investigated. Considering the commercial importance and the acoustical informations readily identified, although many species of fish make noise, Croaker is clarified to be a representative fish for passive fish detection. Assuming a source level of the sound produced by croakers is given as 150-18OdB (re 1l'pa, 500 Hz bandwidth), The range detected by a passive line array sonar is estimated to be about 3-20km. In addition, the tonal noise (700~800Hz) made by croaker that is easily separated from underwater noise is expected to increase the ability to discriminate from the other species of fish.
Schooling Behavior and Estimation of the Fish School in Set Net by Fish Finder
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 1, 1986, Pages 11~18
Schooling behavier to a fishing gear and estimation of the volume of fish school in set net have ~ been studied by making use of such techniques as visual observations, underwater cameras, under- water televison. However, all of these observation techniques are subject to restrictions caused by illumination, underwater visibility, underwater transparent and sea conditions. For the above mentioned reasoa, one of the most effective method by this time become generally known a method using fish finder. In this paper, in order to control the fishing ground of set net effectively and to develope the telemetric fish finder, the experiments for the target strength, underwater shape of fishing gear, schooling behavier and volume of fish school with fish finder were performed at Galgott fishing ground of set net located Keouje Island, 15th-24th July and 18th-20th October in 1985. The results of these experiment showed that a method using fish finder in fishing grOlllld of set net is available for estimating distribution and school size, fish behavier in relation to a fishing gear and underwater shape of fishing gears.
Ambient Underwater Noise in the Somjin Estuary
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 1, 1986, Pages 19~23
This paper describes that air noise and underwater noise in the Somjin Estuary are measured and analysed to get the basic data to find out the influence of environment on the underwater. The results obtained are summerized as follows: 1. The spectrum level of air noise in the Somjin Estuary increases until 500Hz, and decreases a little over 2KHz. 2. The spectrum level of underwater noise in the Somjin Estuary increases from 50 Hz to 1 KHz, but it decreases over 1 KHz as the depth is deeper. 3. When the influence of other factors is scarce but the influence of flowing speed is significant, the noise level seems to be higher at speedy layer than at slower layer. 4. The underwater sound level seems to be wider at speedy layer than at slower layer.
Maneuverabilities of the M . S . Pusan 402
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 1, 1986, Pages 24~28
The maneuverabilities of the M. S. PUSAN 402 are studied, based on maneuvering indices and the data obtained from her Z test. The results obtained are summarized as follows: 1. The maneuvering indices K' and T' of the M. S. PUSAN 402 are 1. 490, 1.030 at 10
Z test and 2.644, 1.153 at 20
Z test and 3.382. 1. 027 at 30
Z test respectively. The above calculated values K', T' showed that her maneuverabilities are more increased when the rudder is used to large angle than to smaIl angle. 2. As her maneuvering indices K' and T' at 10
Z test are higher than the standard maneuvering indices of fishing boats, her turning ability was found to be higher but her obeying ability lower. 3. When the M. S. PUSAN 402 took a turn at her 10
test, running distance was about 8.4 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 syntheticaIly.
The Optimum Operating Condition for Reduction of Fuel Consumption -In the Case of Training Ship Pusan 402-
Kim, Yeong-Sik ; Kim, Sam-Kon ; Yoon, Suck-Hun ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 1, 1986, Pages 29~33
This paper aims at finding out the optimum operating condition to reduce fuel consumption for the training ship Pusan 402 with controllable pitch propeller. For this purpose, this paper examints the variation of ship speed and fuel consumption in accordance with the change of engine revolution and propeller pitch. The results obtained are as follows: 1. When engine revolution is constant, the ship speed sluggishly increases according to the increase of propeller pitch but fuel consumption extremely increases. The higher revolution the engine is, the more remarkable this tendency is. 2. As the engine revolution becomes lower, the fuel consumption per mile decreases. Howt.er = the fuel consumption under the same engine revolution differs according to the propeller pitch. 3. Specific fuel consumption is uniformed about 180g/ps.h at any case of load. 4. Among the various operating conditions which yield the same ship speed, fuel consumption lowers in the case of lower engine revolution and larger propeller pitch.
A Study on the Data Acquisition by Bit Conversion Method
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 1, 1986, Pages 34~40
This paper deals with a new bit conversion method. When 12 bit AID converter is adapted to 16 bit micro-computer, complicated data aquisition method is not necessary to acquire the AID converted data into memory of computer. However, when the 12 bit AID converter is adapted to the 8 bit micro-computer 12 bit data should be divided into 4 bit data and 8 bit data. Therefore the old data-dividing method made 4 bitl2byte of memory space wasted. On the contrary, using the new bit conversion method suggested in this paper the two of 12 bit data are converted into 3 byte of data without extending the AID conversion time.
On Rate of Multi-Hole Injector for Diesel Engine
Jeong, Dal-Sun ; An, Su-Gil ; Gwon, Gi-Rin ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 1, 1986, Pages 41~48
Ifis recommended that the injection rate should be accurate and reliable in the input data of the performance simulation in diesel engine. Matsuoka Sin improved W. Bosch's injection ratio measurement system. Matsuoka Sin reduced length of the test pipe and set the orifice. However, it was not measured accurately to measure the injection ratio due to reflection wave. In the present thesis, the improved measurement system with combination of the conventional W. Bosch type injection ratio measurement system and Matsuoka Sin type corrected W. Bosch type was practically made. The location of orifice and throttle valve was modified and set one more back pressure valve in order to reduce the effect of reflection wave. The results according to injection condition of multi-hole nozzle are following: 1. Measurement error of injection ratio measurement system in this thesis was
1 %, therefore, its reliability was good. 2. The form of injetion ratio is changed from trapezoidal shape to triangle shape with increase of revolution per minute when injection amount is constant. 3. In the case of constant rpm, the initial injection ratio is almost constant regardless of the amount, meanwhile the injection period becomes longer with increase of the amount. 4. The injection pressure of nozzle isn't largely influenced with injection ratio in the case of constant injection amount and rpm, otherwise the initial injection amount is increased by 3-4% when the injection pressure is low. 5. The injection ratio isn't nearly influenced with back pressure.
Free Vibrations of Orthotropic Plates with Variable Thickness
Heo, Cheol-Weon ; Moon, Duk-Hong ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 1, 1986, Pages 49~57
The vibrations problem of thin orthotropic skew plates of linearly varying thickness is analyzed using the small deflection theory of plates. Using dimensionless oblique coordinates, the deflection surface can be expressed as a polyonmial series satisfying the boundary conditions. For orthotropic plates which is clamped on all the four edges, numerical results for the first two natural frequencies are presented for various combinations of aspect ratio, skew angle and taper parameter. The properties of material used are one directional glass fibre reinforced plastic GFRP. The results obtained may be summarised as follows: 1. In case of the first mode vibration of plates with increase in the skew angle, the natural frequencies of plates decrease. 2. As the aspect ratio decrease, the natural frequencies of plates decrease. 3. For the identical skew angle, natural frequencies of plates increase with the taper parameter of thickness.