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Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology
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Volume 27, Issue 4 - Dec 1991
Volume 27, Issue 3 - Sep 1991
Volume 27, Issue 2 - Jun 1991
Volume 27, Issue 1 - Mar 1991
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Model Experiments for the Coefficients of Holding Power of the Hall`s Type Anchor and a Chain Cable
Kim, Se-Won ; Kim, Ki-Yun ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 27, issue 2, 1991, Pages 97~104
Generally, the coefficients of common holding power of an anchor and a chain cable have been reported too higher in their values in the safety of the shiphandling. The model experiment was carried out to find the most suitable coefficients of holding power of the Hall's type anchor and the chain cable in various kinds of seabed. The results obtained are summarized as follows; 1) The coefficients of holding power of the anchor and the chain cable were 4.05, 0.75 in the mud, 3.95, 0.66 in the sand and 3.61, 0.72 in the pebbles respectively. 2) The experimental coefficients of holding power of the anchor and the chain cable were 0.4~0.6 times the values of the coefficients of common holding power. They were almost same as the values of the coefficients of safe holding power in the mud and the sand, but in case of the pebbles, they were 1.4~1.8 times the values of the coefficients of safe holding power. 3) It is considered useful for the safety of the shiphandling to draw curves of the holding power with maximum limits holding power at the various wind forces and the coefficients of holding power.
Seasonal Variation of Oceanic Conditions in Suyoung Bay
Kim, Dong-Sun ; Cho, Kyu-Dae ; Lee, Byung-Gul ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 27, issue 2, 1991, Pages 105~119
In order to study the seasonal variation in the physical properites in Suyoung Bay, we investigated the distributions of temperature, salinity, transparency and water color from May 1989 to April 1990. We also observed the tidal currents from February 27 to March 6 1990. There are conspicuous seasonal variation in water temperature and salinity. Water masses are characterized by two water types, i.e., one is influenced principally by river runoff and the other by the Tsushima Current. Transparency and water color increased gradually from the head of the bay to the mouth of the bay in all seasons. In winter, the transparency of water becomes minimum due to the enhanced vertical mixing.
Interaction of Local Roughness and Turbulent Boundary Layer
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 27, issue 2, 1991, Pages 120~124
An interaction of turbulent boundary layer and local roughness effects was evaluated to investigate the shear frictional coefficient in diffuser. Clauser roughness function was applied to Karman's integral equation for governing equation. The roughness of overall and local diffuser surfaces were calculated using Cole's wall and wake law and Clauser's roughness function for turbulent boundary layer characteristics. The calculating results were compared with the experimental results of other paper. It shows some significant improyements for shear frictional coefficient. Computer code was then used to confirm the behavior of local frictional coefficient along with diffuser roughness surface for some reduction of shear flow stress.
Cold Rolling Process for the Matrix Fabrication of the Mcfc
Park, Sang-Kill ; Rho, Chang-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 27, issue 2, 1991, Pages 125~131
Electrolyte matrix fabrication process can be classifed as hot pressing, tape casting, callendering, electrophoretic deposition. however, these have limits in practice. Hot pressing is cumbersome method, because of careful heating and cooling. Furthermore, the perfected tile is so fragile that it is difficult to fit in a cell. Therefore this method is not adequate for mass production of the electrolyte matrix. Using electrophoretic deposition method, a very thin matrix can be made, but many attempts of the electrolyte embeding were found to be failure. Tape casting and callendering methods are employed in most of the matrix fabrication for the present. But these methods require lots of water as a solvent, so that coating of the LiAlO sub(2) with electrolyte is difficult. Recently, hot roll milling method has been developed and the perfected matrix was proved to be free from crack. The method, however, needs a roller to make a matrix and a perfected matrix is carefully striped off from the cooled roller. Therefore, this method requires a long time due to the cooling process. The author proposes a cold rolling process. On this method, heated slurry of the LiAlO sub(2) mixed with binder, is rolled with a cold roller. The heated slurry dose not adhere to the roller, since contacted hot slurry is rapidly solidified. Therefore fabrication speed is increased, without getting rid of merits of the hot rolling process.
Development of the New Austenitic Stainless Steels by Controlling Primary Solidification Mode
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 27, issue 2, 1991, Pages 132~140
The aim of this study was saving of chromium and nickel content in the austenitic stainless steels, SUS 316 and SUS 321. By control of primary solidification mode, new austenitic stainless steels with good weldability, high toughness and corrosion resistance could be developed. The main results obtained were as follows; 1. Hot crack resistance of laboratory melts was good and higher than imported austenitic stainless steel. 2. Cryogenic and room temperature toughness of laboratory melts were high and laboratory melts M-7 to M-9 showed very high toughness than SUS321 imported stainless steel. 3. Intergranular corrosion resistance of laboratory melts was higher than imported stainless steels, SUS316 and SUS321. 4. By this concept of controlling primary solidification mode, could save expensive alloy additives, chromium and nickel.