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Volume 31, Issue 4 - Dec 1995
Volume 31, Issue 3 - Sep 1995
Volume 31, Issue 2 - Jun 1995
Volume 31, Issue 1 - Mar 1995
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Response of Black Porgy , Acanthopagrus Schlegelii to the Colored Lights
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 31, issue 3, 1995, Pages 213~219
The author carried out an experiment to find out the response of Black porgy, Acanthopagrus schlegelii [Bleeker] to the color lights. The experimental tank (
cm) was set up in a dark room. Six longitudinal sections with 60cm intervals are marked in the tank to observe the location of the fish. Water depth in the tank was kept 50cm level. Light bulbs of 20 W at the both ends of the tank projected the light horizontally into the tank. Two different colored filters were selected from four colors of red, blue, yellow, and white, and they were placed in front of the light bulbs to make different colors of light. Light intensity was controlled by use of auxiliary filters intercepted between the bulb and the filter. The fishes were acclimatized in the dark for 50 minutes before they were employed in the experiment. Upon turning on the light, the number of fish in each section was counted 40 times in 30 second intervals, and the mean of the number of fish in each section was given as the gathering rate of the fish. The colors favourited by the fish was found in order of blue, yellow, white and red in the day-time and blue, red, yellow and white at night. The difference of the average distribution on two different colors of light was 7.18%(0.35-19.55%), and the difference in the daytime(8.20%) was larger than at night (6.15%). The gathering rate of fish on illumination period didn't show the regular trend of increase and decrease, and was fluctuated with instability. The difference of the gathering rate on two different colors of light wasn't distinct, and the difference in the daytime was larger than at night.
The Thronging of Shoals of Squid to Audible underwater Sound
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 31, issue 3, 1995, Pages 220~227
An underwater speaker was designed and used as sound source for thronging shoal of squid in squid angling gear operation. The frequency characteristics of the designed speaker was analyzed experimentally and the thronging response of shoals of squid which may be a key parameter for a new sound catching method, was characterized in audible frequency. The field experiment was carried out in the coast of Cheju Island. The results of this study are summarized as follows; 1. Amplitude response of the speaker shows a maximum in their the frequency of 500Hz. 2. The output waveform distortion is not measured in the frequency range of 250~600Hz. 3. A underwater noise of shoals of squid which were thronged by fish lamp in night appeared the center frequency of 300~400Hz. 4. The shoals of squid shows a thronging response, when a manufactured underwater speaker transmits a intermittent audible sound of 300~400Hz in 10m depth of water.
The Model Experiment on the Pair Midwater Trawl
Cho, Sam-Kwang ; Lee, Ju-Hee ; Jang, Chung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 31, issue 3, 1995, Pages 228~239
A model experiment on the pair midwater trawl net which is prevailing in Denmark is carried out to get the basic data available for Korean pair bottom trawlers. The model net was made in 1/30 scale considering the Tauti's Similarity law of fishing gear and the dimension of experimental tank. The vertical opening, horizontal opening, towing tension and net working depth of the model net were determined in the tank within the towing velocity 0.46~1.15m/sec, front weight 15.5~62.0g and distance between paired boats 5~8m(which correpond to 2~5k't in towing velocity, 70~280kg in weight and 150~240m in distance respectively in the prototype net). The results got from the model experiment can be converted into the full scale net as follows; 1. Vertical opening showed the largest value of 32m at the condition of 2k't in towing velocity, 280kg in front weight and 150m in the distance between paired boats, and the smallest value of 6m at the condition of 5k't in towing velocity, 70kg in front weight and 240m in the distance between paired boats. 2. Horizontal opening showed the largest value of 45m at the condition of 5k't in towing velocity, 70kg in front weight and 240m in the distance between paired boats, and the smallest value of 33m at the condition of 2k't in towing velocity, 280kg in front weight and 150m in the distance between paired boats. 3. Towing tension showed the largest value of 10, 000kg at the condition of 5k't in towing velocity, 280kg in front weight and 240m in the distance between paired boats, and the smallest value of 1, 600kg at the condition of 2k't in towing velocity, 70kg in front weight and 150m in the distance between paired boats. 4. Net working depth showed the largest value of 38m at the condition of 2k't in towing velocity, 280kg in front weight and 150m in the distance between paired boats, and the smallest value of 6m at the condition of 5k't in towing velocity, 70kg in front weight and 240m in the distance between paired boats. 5. Net opening area showed the largest value of 1, 100m super(2) at the condition of 2k't in towing velocity, 280kg in front weight and 180m in the distance between paired boats, and the smallest value of 250m super(2) at the condition of 5k't in towing velocity, 70kg in front weight and 240m in the distance between paired boats.
Behaviour Studies of Red Till Fish, Branchiostegus Japonicus to a Longline Gear for Hook Design
Lee, Chun-Woo ; Park, Seong-Wook ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 31, issue 3, 1995, Pages 240~246
The responses of red tile fish, Branchiostegus Japonicus to a longline gear were examined in an experimental tank using two video cameras, in order to know hooking mechanism and improve longline hook. In attraction stage, the fish swim to upstream direction slowly just above the bottom toward the baited hook. The majority of the fish then biting the bait incompletely, after the biting, the fish made a backward swimming with low intense, and the bait was usually spitting out when snood was stretched. In most case, hooking took place at the moment the fish made jerk or rush after the bait wallowed. The behaviour sequence closely related to hooking are chewing and jerking or chewing and rushing. According to the field experiments, the tested hooks of long shank show very low catching efficiency compared to the traditional hook with short shank, and the hooked position of the traditional hooks were oesophagus or stomach but the tested hooks were mouth in the most cases. For catching efficiency, desirable hook shape were inferenced inner-curved point and short shank because its ease to swallow. The shape and demensions of a porposed hook were determined in consideration of mechanized gear handling and hooking performance.
Development of the PC Based Color Fish Finder
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 31, issue 3, 1995, Pages 247~255
This paper describes a personal computer(PC) based color fish finder to improve some problem of the commercial one. The commercial fish finder has no function of the echo data logging and replaying. The authors developed two types of the PC based color fish finder. One is a master type composed of a PC, a digital input-output board, and analog to digital converting (A/D) board and an ultrasonic transceiver unit, the other is a slave type composed of a PC and an A/D board. To test the performances of the master type experiments were carried out in air and in a water tank. It is found that the designed master type fish finder displays very well an eight-colored echogram by one dot resolution to the left side of the PC monitor. Also, the depth of echo signal was corresponds very well to the range from the transducer to a target. The sampling interval of echo signal is about 0.1m and the time of A/D conversion is 30
sec. On the other hand, to test the performances of the slave type a raw data of echo signals from a data logger was supplied directly or via RF transceivers to the slave type one. From this experiment, it is confirmed the slave type is useful to replay the echo signal from the data logger or a telesounder.
The Effect of Wind (Typhoon), Tide and Solar Radiation for the Water Stratification at Deukryang Bay in Summer , 1992
Lee, Byung-Gul ; Cho, Kyu-Dae ; Hong, Chol-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 31, issue 3, 1995, Pages 256~263
This paper presents the evidence on the considerably strong stratification - destratification(SD) phenomena during spring - neap tidal cycle in summer of 1992 based on the observed temperature, salinity and density data. To find out the main factors causing SD in the bay, we computed the rate of potential energy balance of the surface heat flux, tidal and wind stirring proposed by Simpson and Hunter (1974) and Simpson and Bowders (1981) using observed data. It was found that the energy of the wind stirring was one - order smaller than those of the heat flux and the tidal stirring. It means that the variation of stratification phenomena in the bay mainly depend on tidal stirring and sea surface heating in summer if there was no exceptionally strong wind event like a typhoon. Finally, we tested the effects of typhoon on the mixing characteristics of the bay using the example of a empirical typhoon model. It was found that when wind speed is larger than 15m/sec in Deukryang Bay, the wind energy was always larger than the average heating energy based on empirical typhoon model test. Particularly, typhoon passed on the left side of the bay, strong wind energy happened, which is almost the same as tidal energy of spring tide.
A Study on the Data Parallel Processing Between a PC and a Micro-Controller Using a Dual Port RAM
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 31, issue 3, 1995, Pages 264~271
This paper presents the data parallel processing method between a PC and a micro-controller. To implement the method a dual port RAM for a real time data processing is used. In general an A/D & D/AC card is used to send or receive the data into or from the external plant and the PC does only the computation of the A/D and the D/A data because the A/D & D/AC card does not have the ability of computation. In this study, a data parallel processing method in which the PC and micro-controller own a common dual port RAM, is introduced, so that the PC can compute the A/D and D/A data and control the plant simultaneously. The PC system with a micro-controller and the common dual port RAM is designed and its effectiveness is investigated experimentally considering the performance of both the computation of data and the controlling and monitoring the external plant
A Study on Mode 1 and Mode 2 Interlaminar Fracture Toughness of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics
Kim, Jae-Dong ; Koh, Sung-Wi ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 31, issue 3, 1995, Pages 272~278
In this paper to investigate mode I and mode II critical energy release rates, G sub(IC) and G sub(IIC), three prepregs which are domestic products are used. Those are used for the unidirectional composites, but only one is used for the cross-ply laminate composites which is molded [0/90] sub(6s), [0/45] sub(6s) and [0/45/90] sub(6s). The value of G sub(IC) is almost same when modified three calculating methods are applied. The highest value of G sub(IC) at crack initiation is obtained at the [0/90] sub(6s) interlaminar and the lowest one is at the [0/45/90] sub(6s) interlaminar
A Study on the Precipitation Behaviors in Rapidly Solidified AI-Li-Ti Alloys
Kim, Jae-Dong ; Jeong, Hae-Young ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 31, issue 3, 1995, Pages 279~286
As Al-Li based alloys are to find widespread use in aerospace and other structural applications in which their low-density high specific stiffness properties be exploited, their mechanical properties must adequately match those of the which they intended to replace. In order to develop these purposed, the precipitation behaviors of the rapidly solidified Al-Li-Ti alloys aged at various temperature were investigated.
phase precipitated homogeneously in the matrix during not only melt quenching but also aging at the aging temperature of
. The addition of the Ti in Al-Li alloy promoted the formation of
' phase. The addition of Ti on the
solvus line had a little effect over the thermodynamics
solvus line. The reason for these behavior was that the
phase was suppressed to precipitate as much as supercooling by melt quenching. The discontinuous precipitation reaction occurred by the preferential growth of
phase due to the migration of grain boundary provided the driving force dependent of solute concentration fluctuations.
A Study on the Basic-Design of Inside-Sea Fishing Vessel by Economic Optimization Technique
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 31, issue 3, 1995, Pages 287~295
fishing boat is a specialized vessel which is intended to perform certain well defined tasks. Its size, deck-layout, carrying capacity and equipment are all related to its function in carrying out its planned operations. Therefore the process of fishing boat design is inherently combined with optimization of the design variables called the economic optimization criteria. Optimization then is a process in which minimum value of weight or cost is established through evaluation of consecutive designs in which one or more design parameters are varied. This paper is to study the basic-design of Stow-net fishing vessel in the Mok-Po region. The main task is developed the preliminary design model of engineering economic system in order to use optimization techniques from operation research the design problem needs to be expressed in terms of objective function and numerous constrains like : speed, fish hold capacity, fishing range, displacement and weight, ratio of main dimensions, etc. The objective function represents the criterion which is NPV such as the ratio of revene/cost. When using computers of limited capacity like P/C, the developed basic-design model of the economic optimization procedure must be simplified to V, Cb, L/B, Dv, Db and less than 15 constraint equations. The main conclusions of this study have attempted to show that economic considerations are essential in Stow-net fishing vessel basic design and operations, and that techno-economic evaluation is an important tool for the design of Stow-net fishing vessel in 69ton and 79ton.
Numerical Modeling of Heat Transfer Due to Particle Impact on a Wall
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 31, issue 3, 1995, Pages 296~305
A numerical study was undertaken to clarify the mechanisms of heat transfer in fluid-particle suspension flows. Such flows, including fluidization, are of considerable industrial importance. The present study uses 2-D numerical computations of collisions of normal incidence between a particle and a wall. By comparing the results using (a) adiabatic boundary conditions on the particle and (b) uniform, elevated temperature conditions on the particle, the contributions of fluid-mediated conduction and particle induced convection were successfully separated. Computational expedience led to the use of a transient conduction thermal layer as the background thermal field for the analysis. The results shows that the effect of particle movement is very small until the particle reaches a distance of one to one half diameter away from the wall. The gas-mediated conduction effect is dominant over the induced gas convection effect when Pe is small and the induced gas convection effect becomes significant as Pe increases.