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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 the Rotary Tidal Current in the East China Sea
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 2, 1986, Pages 1~6
Even though it is well known that the tidal current in the East China Sea rotates clockwise, few report can be found about the precise pattern of it. To furnish some information available for the stow net fishermen, the author carried out the observation over 235 semidiurnal tidal cycle to investigate the pattern of the set and the rate of tidal current in the Korean fishing section 250 and 494, by reading the current meter and by tracing the corner reflectors with radar onboard the anchored obsen'ation vessel, from May 12, 1984 through February 27, 1986. The results obtained are as follows: 1. The mean semidiurnal tidal cycle was 12 h 20 m during spring tide, and 12 h 30 m during neap tide. 2. The mean interval from the calculated time of high water until the current began to set north was 2 h 30 m and 2 h 15 m in the fishing section 250 and 494 respectively, and the mean interval from the time of low water current began to set south was about 2 h 0 m in both sections. 3. In comparison of the occupied times to vary the set from one of 8 principal bearing points to the neighboring one, the shortest was while the set varied from N to NE and S to SW in the section 250 and 494 respectively. Contrary the longest was while the set varied from SE to S and from W to NW in the section 250 and 494 respectively. 4. In comparison of the rate while the set varied from one of 8 principal bearing points to the neighboring one, the fastest was while the set varied from SE to Sand NW to N in the section 250, and E to SE and W to NW in the section 494. Contrary the slowest was while the current set to NE and S W in the section 250, and N, NE and S W in the section 494.
Studies on the Mackerel Purse Seine Operation in the Sea Area of Cheju Island - 1 . Model Experiment on the Changes of Net Shape in Stagnant Water -
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 2, 1986, Pages 7~15
In order to investigate the performance for the mackerel purse seine of one boat purse seiner using in the sea area of Cheju Island, a model net is made of the scale of 1/400 of its full scale, and model test on the shape of net and the tension of purse line is carried out in the stagnant water channel of the circulating water tank. Designing and testing for the model net are based on the Tauti's law. The obtained results are as follows; 1. The sinking rate of net is maximized the value of 6.40 m/min from 5 to 10 minutes after shooting net, and the mean value is 6.13 m/min. 2. The enclosed area formed with the float line after pursing operation is 76-84% of the area which is formed immediately after the shooting operation. At that time, purse seine is pulled inward the circle of surrounding net about 26.5% of the diameter. 3. In operating, when longitudinal section area of the central part of the net is maximized, the split area of both the wing-ends is 31-32% of the former. 4. When the time for the completing of pursing is 20 minutes, the maximum tension of the purse line is about 10.2 tons.
Optical Properties of Sea Water - Entrance of Tokyo Bay , Japan ( 2 ) -
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 2, 1986, Pages 16~21
Optical properties of sea water were studied in the entrance of Tokyo Bay, Japan. based on the data obtained from seven oceanographic stations in June. 1985. The observation of surface irradiance and underwater irradiance of sea water for eight kind of wavelength (378, 422, 481, 513, 570, 621, 653. 677nm) of sun light was conducted using the underwater irradiameter (Isigawa # SR-8). The mean att;enuation coefficient of the sea water was appeared to be 0.245 (0.042-0.776) and the attenuation co~fficient of the sea water for wavelength appeared such as 0.227 for 378 nm, 0.186 for 422 nm. O. 175 for 481 nm. O. 176 for 513 nm. O. 185 for 570 nm, 0.337 for 621 nm. O. 321 for 653 nm, O. 348 for 677 nm. The transparency was 7.0 m (5.5-9 m). water color was 10 (8.0-13.0) in the study area and the sun altitude was 60.95
(43.610-75.500). The relationship between attenuation coefficient (K) and transparency (D) was K = 2.63/ D (1.28/ D- 4. 87/D). The rate of light penetration for eight kind of wave Ie nth (378, 422. 481. 513. 570, 621, 653, 677 nm) were computed with reference to the surface light intensity respectively. The mean rate of light penetration in proportion to depths were 68.63% (46.02-86.07%) in 1 m layer, 18.40% (2.07 -48.48%) in 5m layer, 4.82% (0.042-22.30%) in 10m layer and 1.35% (0.01I-7.42%) in 20m layer. The rate of light penetration at the transparency layer with reference to the surface light intensity was shown as 10.39% (0.77-27.46%).
A Study on the Maneuverabilities of the M . S . Pusan 403 by PAL Test and Z Test
Ryu, Jae-Choon ; Kim, Ki-Yun ; Kim, Jong-Hwa ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 2, 1986, Pages 22~30
It is very important for a navigator on bridge to know the maneuverability of his ship sufficiently at sea. Generally, the data of a turning circle test have long been used to study and evaluate the maneuverability of a ship. But referring only the data of the turning circle test method, he can not evaluate his ship's maneuvering characteristics sufficiently. So nowaday the test method added Z test to turning circle test for more detail references is considered to be desirable. In this paper, the authors performed PAL test and Z test together in order to study the maneuverability of M. S.Pusan 403, training ship of the National Fisheries University of Pusan. According to the results of PAL test, the rudder effect in port rudder angle of the M. S. Pusan 403 was found to be more effective than that in starboard one, because her changing amounts of angular velocity, turning radius and tangent speed in port rudder angles were found to be larger than those of them in starboard rudder one in unsymmetry. The relation between her drift angle(.8) and rudder angle (0) was found to be changing with .8=0.640 in direct proportion. As it appeared that her calculated K'-values were smaller than the standard K'-values of different kinds of ships in accordance with her Z test, her turning ability was found to be lower. The running distance of a turn in her 10
Z test was about 8.3 times her own length and was found not to be exceeded the standard maneuvering distance, therefore she was considered to have good maneuverabilities synthetically.
Numerical Analysis on the Development of an Undularbore
Bea, Heon-Meen ; Kim, In-Chull ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 2, 1986, Pages 31~35
A bore is a transition between different uniform flows of water. If a long wave of elevation travels in shallow water it steepens and forms a bore. The bore is undular if the change in surface elevation of the wave is less than 0.28 of the original depth of water. This paper describes the growth of an undular bore from a long wave which forms a gentle transition between a uniform flow and still water. A physical account of its development is followed by the results of numerical calculations. Finite-difference approximations are used in the partial differential equations of motion. For undular bores, numerical calculations show that (i) the relationship between relative elevation and relative velocity given by long wave theory is approached for an undular bore, (ii) the amplitude of first crest of an undular bore approaches a finite limit approximately at an exponential rate, and (iii) the distance between the first two crests increases without bound, approximately logarithmically.
The Characteristics on Water Surface Effects of Air Supported TP 620 Hydrofoil over Water
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 2, 1986, Pages 36~39
The steady potential flow about a TP 620 hydrofoil, flying in air above a dynamic water surface. is calculated by the one dimensional theory as the clearance-to-length ratio tends to very small. The characteristics on water surfare effects of air supported TP 620 hydrofoil over water are compared NACA 4412, NACA 66 and plate. respectively. It is found that using the TP 620 hydrofoil is superior lift coefficients. Moreover for trailing edge shape of the hydrofoil, high lift coefficients at 1 Fmn can be obtained.
A Study on J-Resistance Curve of Low-Carbon Steel Using Center Cracked Tension Specimen
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 2, 1986, Pages 40~45
In this paper, the I-resistance curve of low-carbon steel with 3 mm thickness was investigated for various crack ratios. The experiments were carried out for the center cracked tension (CCT) specimen with about 50 mm width on an instron machine. The plane stress fracture toughness obtained by the Simpson's formula was Ii. = 24.96 kgffmm. Simpson's formula which considers crack growth in obtaining J integral showed more conservative lin than Rice's and Sumpter's. For materials that may be approximated by the Ramberg and Osgood stress strain law, the relevant crack parameters like the J integral, load line displacement are approximately normalized. Crack driving forces in terms of the I integral are computed for low-carbon steel CCT specimen using the above estimation scheme. Comparison of the prediction with actual experimental measurements by Simpson's formula showed good agreement for several different sized specimen.
A Study on the Application of Frontal Transfer Matrix Method to the Beam and the Torsional System
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 2, 1986, Pages 46~52
The transfer matrix method has been extensively used to analyze the vibration problem. The final stage in this method is to find out solutions which make the frequency determinant zero. However, the frequency determinant includes the exponential terms and it causes instability to calculation and increases error. Recently the frontal transfer matrix method was suggested by Okada to heighten stability and effectivity in calculation. This paper applied the frontal transfer method to both the beam and torsional system, and confirmed stability and effectivity in comparsion with the transfer matrix method and the Holzer method.
A Study on the Estimation of Hull Form Coefficient of Slamming Impact Pressure
Jeong, Seok-Gwon ; Hong, Bong-Gi ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 22, issue 2, 1986, Pages 53~59
On the slamming analysis of ship design the data for the impact pressure acted on the forward bottom of a ship are needed. Furthermore impact pressure is given by the function of both the hull form coefficient and relative velocity. In this papper. a simplified method to estimate hull form coefficient by perso;,al computer (p. c.) is studied. This numerical analysis was applied to the model of the Mariner type. and then the result by the p. c. was compared with that by IBM 7090 computer. Main results obtained are as follows: 1. The result by the developed p. c. method had fairly good agreement with that by conventional large computer (IBM 7090) within 2% error. 2. This developed method' by p. c. may be applied to the initial estimation of the K-value because of the close agreement between the ship lines by the results of p. c. and that of input.