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Volume 29, Issue 4 - Dec 1993
Volume 29, Issue 3 - Sep 1993
Volume 29, Issue 2 - Jun 1993
Volume 29, Issue 1 - Mar 1993
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The Mesh Selectivity of Trawl Cod-end for the Compressed From Fishes
Jeong, Sun-Beom ; Lee, Ju-Hee ; Kim, Sam-Gon ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 29, issue 4, 1993, Pages 247~259
The fishing experiment was carried out by the training ship Saebada in order to analyse the mesh selectivity for trawl cod-end, in the Southern Korea Sea and the East China Sea from June. 1991 through August, 1992. The trawl cod-end used in this experiment has the trouser type of cod-end with cover net. and the mesh selectivity was examined for the five kinds of the opening of mesh in its cod-end part. A total of 163 hauls, of which having mesh size 51.2mm ; A 89, 70.2mm ; B 54, 77.6mm ; C 55, 88.0mm ; D 52 and 111.3mm ; E 20 were used respectively. Selection curves and selection parameters were calculated by using a logistic function, S=1/(1+exp super(-(aL+b)) ). The mesh election master curves were estimated by S=1/(1+exp super(-[a(L/M)+
]) ). and the optimum mesh size were calculated with (L/M) sub(50) of master curve. In these cases 'a' and '
' are slope, 'b' and '
' are intercept. 'L' is body length of the target species of fishes, 'M' is the mesh size, and 'S' denotes mesh selectivity. In this report, the four species of compressed form fishes were taken analized according to fish shape, and 'S' denotes mesh selectivity. In this report, the four species of compressed form fishes were taken analized according to fish shape, and the results obtained are summarized as follows: 1. Red seabream Pagrus major(Temminct et Schlegel) and yellow porgy Dentex tumifrons(Temminct et Schlegel) ; Selection rate in each mesh size of A, B, C, D and E were 99.7%, 97.5%, 91.4%, 76.7% and 57.8% respectively. Selection parameters 'a' and 'b' of mesh sizes C, D and E were 2.65 and -28.62, 4.40 and -77.73, 2.31 and -46.99, and their selection factors were 1.39, 2.10, 1.83 respectively. Selection parameters of master curve '
' and '
' were 3.05 and -5.65 respectively, and (L/M) sub(50) was 1.85. The optimum mesh size of Red seabream was 141mm. 2. Filefish Thamnaconus modestus (Gunther) ; Selection rate in each mesh size of A, B, C, D and E were 99.6%, 98.3%, 91.2%, 80.0% and 48.6% respectively. Selection parameters 'a' and 'b' of mesh sizes C, D and E were 5.82 and -55.10, 2.92 and -36.90, 3.91 and -63.09, and their selection factors were 1.35, 1.44, 1.45 respectively. Selection parameters of master curve '
' and '
' were 3.02 and -4.32 respectively, and (L/M) sub(50) was 1.43. The optimum mesh size was 129mm. 3. Target dory Zeus faber Valenciennes ; Selection rate in each mesh size of A, B, C, D and E were 99.7%, 100%, 83.2%, 91.6% and 65.0% respectively. Selection parameters 'a' and 'b' of mesh sizes C, D and E were 3.85 and -32.46, 4.19 and -57.38, 2.45 and -40.03, and their selection factors were 1.09, 1.56, 1.47 respectively. Selection parameters of master curve '
' and '
' were 2.64 and -3.53 respectively, and (L/M) sub(50) was 1.34. The optimum mesh size was 127mm. 4. Butterfish Psenopsis anomala (Temminct et Schlegel) ; Selection rate in each mesh size of A, B, C, D and E were 99.2%, 34.1%, 46.5%, 14.3% and 2.4% respectively. Selection parameters 'a' and 'b' of mesh sizes B, C and D were 5.35 and -71.70, 5.07 and -69.25, 3.31 and -62.06 and their selection factors were 1.91, 1.75, 2.13 respectively. Selection parameters of master curve '
' and '
' were 3.16 and -6.24 respectively, and (L/M) sub(50) was 1.98. The optimum mesh size was 71mm.
A Study on the Fishing Method of the Midwater Trawl -On the meneuveravilities of the fishing boat under operation-
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 29, issue 4, 1993, Pages 260~271
Due to depletion of fish resources as time goes on, the trawl fishing industries which have caught the demersal fish is confronting with financial difficulties. For the purpose of breaking these difficulties, trawlers are expanding the fishing targets to the midwater from bottom stock. The trawlers become to be able to detect the fish schools not only vertical but also horizontal direction by equipping the sonar system on board. Even though the operator locates the fish school by sonar, it is not easy to make a desirable catch of the fish school which is detected, for the reason of the maneuverring characteristics of trawler. For the purpose of enhancing the efficiency of a fish catch, the auther performed a series of on board experiments to investigate the maneuverablilites of midwater trawaler. The obtained results are summerized as follows: 1. The higher the RPM of main engine, the smaller the magnitude of turning circle. And it is smaller in the right than in the left turning 2. Towing speed varies irregularly under turning novenment. When the RPM of main engine being 560, 680 the angular velocities are 11.3deg/min, 22.5deg/min respectively. 3. The difference of new course distance between calculated by maneuverring indices and measured by experimental ship is high when altering course being large and towing speed low. 4. The faster the towing speed is, the shorter the new course distance becomes. When towing speed is same in right and left turning movement, the now course distance is shorter in case of right turning movement than in left. 5. It is considered to be convenient for a navigator to utilize the curves for altering course in order to steer the ship rapidly and accurately.
Semiconductor Sensor for Detecting Freshness of Sea Foods
Bak, Sung-Hyun ; Kwon, Tae-Ha ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 29, issue 4, 1993, Pages 272~278
The trimethylamine-sensing characteristics of ZnO based thin film semiconductors and the sensitivity enhancement by squttering conditions have been investigated to develop a new type sensor for detecting fish freshness. The sensor fabricated with a 300nm of ZnO thin film with 4 wt% Al sub(2) O sub(3) and 1 wt% TiO sub(2) exhibited the highest sensitivity of 155 at 30
of working temperature and to the 240 ppm TMA gas. Deposition of ZnO thin film using a RF magnetron sputter was carried out at a pressure of 10 super(-2) Torr in pure oxygen gas with an RF power of 100W. The sensor exhibited a large response to the actual gases produced by a mackerel at an early stage of decomposition.
Robot Inverse Kinematics by Using Fuzzy Reasoning
Oh, Kab-Suk ; Ko, Gyeong-Chun ; Kang, Geun-Taek ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 29, issue 4, 1993, Pages 279~285
Robot inverse kinematics solution is a complex nonlinear equation and very time-consuming task. This paper propose to use TSK fuzzy reasoning for solving robot inverse kinematics. A fuzzy model of inverse kinematics is identified by using input-output data and the model is used to solve the inverse kinematics. To show that, when used in robot inverse kinematics, fuzzy model is simple and generates a fairly accurate solution, a fuzzy model of inverse kinematics for PUMA robot is constructed.
Design of Fuzzy Controller Considering Stability and Application to DC Moter Velocity Control
Oh, Gil-Seung ; Kang, Geun-Taek ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 29, issue 4, 1993, Pages 286~291
This paper presents a design method of fuzzy controller based on TSK fuzzy model. By using the proposed method, we can design fuzzy controller mathematically, which guarantees the stability of fuzzy system. We derived a theorem related to the stability of fuzzy system. In that theorem, we show that the fuzzy system has the same stable state transition matrix as we desire. The validity of the proposed method is shown through an experiment of DC motor velocity control.
Ultrasound Imaging Improvement using Higher Harmonics of Impluse Sound
Chang, Jee-Won ; Yang, Jeong-Won ; Kim, Dong-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 29, issue 4, 1993, Pages 292~300
Acoustical imaging has made brilliant progress in the medical science field, and has also made much progress in the nondestructive testing and under water acoustics applications since doctor Dussik brother has studied about possibilities of making images of brain by recording variations in the intensity of ultrasonic beam from head in 1937. In this paper an acoustical image is reconstructed with the power spectra analysed by impulse ultrasound wave generated by electrodynamic transducer(EDT). The EDT generates the impulse ultrasound of 77KHz in center frequency and 120KHz in bandwidth at -20dB by 1200V exciter in this experiment. The impulse ultrasound has the dominant frequency components of 47KHz, 177KHz, 110KHz and 155KHz. The U shape object is adopted in making an acoustical image. The resulted spectral acoustical images are different from the optical view of the U shape object. However the image reconstructed from 110KHz spectrum is very similar to the original optical shape of the object. Even KHz level impulse sound of 70
sec pulse width is found to be useful in reconstructing acoustical imaging improvement.