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Volume 32, Issue 4 - Dec 1996
Volume 32, Issue 3 - Sep 1996
Volume 32, Issue 2 - Jun 1996
Volume 32, Issue 1 - Mar 1996
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A Study on the Midwater pair Trawling-III
Jang, Choong-Sik ; Lee, Byoug-Gee ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 1~6
Towing tension of the model nets were determined by the load cell(O~20kg, 20DBBP) in front of W
= 1.57 .
(unit: kg, mlsec)
= 1.58 .
2. The towing tension of the full scale net was almost coincided with the results obtained by the model experiment. The towing tension(T) can be expressed as a function of the towing veJocity(V) as T=479
(unit: kg, k't)
쌍끌이 중층트롤어업의 연구 ( IV ) ( a Study on the Midwater Pair Trawling ( IV )
Jang, Chung-Sik ; Lee, Byeong-Gee ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 7~15
Full scale experiment was carried out in the southern sea of Korea to compare some important factors tested in the model experiment. The results obtained can be summarized as follows ; 1. The changing aspect of mouth performance of the full scale net was almost coincided with the results obtained by the model experiment. The vertical opening(H) and the opening area(S) can be expressed as a function of the towing velocity(V) as H=48.78.
(unit: m, k't) S= 1,443 .
, k't) 2. The changing aspect of working depth of the full scale net was almost coincided with the results obtained by the model experiment. The depth(D) can be expressed as a function of the towing velocity(V) and the warp length(L) as D=92.49.
(unit: m, k't, L= 150m) D= 12.07+0.32. L (unit: m, V=2k't) [)= - 7.90+0.22 . L (unit: m, V=3k't) 3. Some problems were found to operate A - type full scale net by common bottom pair trawlers. The problems can be summarized as follows; (1) Entangling of wing and square head ropes while net casting.(2) Man power needed and time spent for net hauling by common bottom trawlers increased considerably.( 3) Tearing of nettings caused by over -load of tension and entangling of net pendant while net hauling. To solve these problems, the trawlers are favorable to be equipped with variable pitch propeller and llet drum. While the net is favorable to be constructed with trifurcated net pendant in stead of quadrifurcated net pendant used at present.
Hydroacoustic Investigations on the Distribution Characteristics of the Anchovy at the South Region of East Sea
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 16~23
Spatial distribution characteristics, volume backscattering strength and species composition of midwater trawling catch was analyzed biological and acoustical characteristics of anchovy shoal, using a high resolution echo - sounder at the south region of East sea of Korea. 1) In the survey site A of Lat.35
45'E, the anchovy shoal of small to middle size with the horizontal range of 10~25m and large size with the horizontal range of 40~50m were distributed together. However in the survey site B of Lat.35
40'E, the anchovy shoal was observed to be mainly small size which about 78% of the detected shoal. Another was that the anchovy shoal with the vertical range of 2~8m occupied about 68.6% in the survey site A and that of 6~12m occupied about 42.5% in the survey site B. The mainly the site A and B were found to be 10~50m super (2), 64.5% and 20~80m super (2), 66%, respectively. 2) The volume backscattering strength in the site A and B were observed to be -44.0~ -28.0dB, respectively. In the site A, the backscattering strength of -40.0~ -30.0dB was analyzed about 41.4%. 3) Most of total anchovy shoal was concentrated in the water layer of 50~100m in depth with 15.3~18.5
in the survey site A and 14.2~16.4
in the survey site B. 4) Mean total length(TL) and body weight(BW) of anchovy in the survey site A were 9.9cm and 4.4g respectively, with TL-BW relationship of BW=0.0007T
super (3.85). In site B, mean total length(TL) and body weight(BW) were 11.2cm and 8.7g, with TL-BW relationship of BW=0.0023T
Relationship Between the Catches and the Water Temperature of Tuna in the Pacific Ocean - The Operating Results of M . S #27 Cheng Rong at Eastern Fishing Ground of Tropical Rigion -
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 24~32
This paper described on relation between the catches of tuna and the distribution of water temperature of eastern fishing ground of Tropical region in the Pacific Ocean. The data of catches and water temperature used in this paper were based log book which # 27 CHENG RONG(Gross tonnage : 399 ton) had been worked eastern fishing ground(Lat : 09
S, Long : 115
W)from January to October, 1991. The obtained result are as follows : 1. On the relation between the catches and the geographical distribution, bigeye tuna was higher catches at Lat 4
N, Long 135
W area in the equatorial counter current region where surface water temperature was range of 27.5
, yellowfin tuna was higher catches at Lat 4
S, Long 145
W in the south equatorial current region where surface water temperature was range of 28.
and albacore tuna was higher catches at Lat 10
S, Long 120
W area in the south equatorial current region where surface temperature was range of 26.5
2. On the relation between catches and distribution of vertical water temperature, bigeye tuna was higher catches at the water temperature of 1
on depth layer between 300m and 360m, yellowfin tuna was higher catches at the water temperature of 15
on depth layer between 180m and 280m and albacore tuna was higher catches at the water temperature of 12
on depth layer between 280m and 310m. Above the result, it seemed that bigeye tuna distributed deeper layer than yellowfin and albacore tuna.
Classification of Fishing Gear
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 33~41
In order to obtain the most favourable classification system for fishing gears, the problems in the existing systems were investigated and a new system in which the fishing method was adopted as the criterion of classification and the kinds of fishing gears were obtained by exchanging the word method into gear in the fishing methods classified newly for eliminating the problems was established. The new system to which the actual gears are arranged is as follows ; (1)Harvesting gear \circled1Plucking gears : Clamp, Tong, Wrench, etc. \circled2Sweeping gears : Push net, Coral sweep net, etc. \circled3Dredging gears : Hand dredge net, Boat dredge net, etc. (2)Sticking gears \circled1Shot sticking gears : Spear, Sharp plummet, Harpoon, etc. \circled2Pulled sticking gears : Gaff, Comb, Rake, Hook harrow, Jerking hook, etc. \circled3Left sticking gears : Rip - hook set line. (3)Angling gears \circled1Jerky angling gears (a)Single - jerky angling gears : Hand line, Pole line, etc. (b)Multiple - jerky angling gears : squid hook. \circled2Idly angling gears (a)Set angling gears : Set long line. (b)Drifted angling gears : Drift long line, Drift vertical line, etc. \circled3Dragged angling gears : Troll line. (4)Shelter gears : Eel tube, Webfoot - octopus pot, Octopus pot, etc. (5)Attracting gears : Fishing basket. (6)Cutoff gears : Wall, Screen net, Window net, etc. (7)Guiding gears \circled1Horizontally guiding gears : Triangular set net, Elliptic set net, Rectangular set net, Fish weir, etc. \circled2Vertically guiding gears : Pound net. \circled3Deeply guiding gears : Funnel net. (8)Receiving gears \circled1Jumping - fish receiving gears : Fish - receiving scoop net, Fish - receiving raft, etc. \circled2Drifting - fish receiving gears (a)Set drifting - fish receiving gears : Bamboo screen, Pillar stow net, Long stow net, etc. (b)Movable drifting - fish receiving gears : Stow net. (9)Bagging gears \circled1Drag - bagging gears (a)Bottom - drag bagging gears : Bottom otter trawl, Bottom beam trawl, Bottom pair trawl, etc. (b)Midwater - drag gagging gears : Midwater otter trawl, Midwater pair trawl, etc. (c)Surface - drag gagging gears : Anchovy drag net. \circled2Seine - bagging gears (a)Beach - seine bagging gears : Skimming scoop net, Beach seine, etc. (b)Boat - seine bagging gears : Boat seine, Danish seine, etc. \circled3Drive - bagging gears : Drive - in dustpan net, Inner drive - in net, etc. (10)Surrounding gears \circled1Incomplete surrounding gears : Lampara net, Ring net, etc. \circled2Complete surrounding gears : Purse seine, Round haul net, etc. (11)Covering gears \circled1Drop - type covering gears : Wooden cover, Lantern net, etc. \circled2Spread - type covering gears : Cast net. (12)Lifting gears \circled1Wait - lifting gears : Scoop net, Scrape net, etc. \circled2Gatherable lifting gears : Saury lift net, Anchovy lift net, etc. (13)Adherent gears \circled1Gilling gears (a)Set gilling gears : Bottom gill net, Floating gill net. (b)Drifted gilling gears : Drift gill net. (c)Encircled gilling gears : Encircled gill net. (d)Seine - gilling gears : Seining gill net. (e)Dragged gilling gears : Dragged gill net. \circled2Tangling gears (a)Set tangling gears : Double trammel net, Triple trammel net, etc. (b)Encircled tangling gears : Encircled tangle net. (c)Dragged tangling gears : Dragged tangle net. \circled3Restrainting gears (a)Drifted restrainting gears : Pocket net(Gen - type net). (b)Dragged restrainting gears : Dragged pocket net. (14)Sucking gears : Fish pumps.
Response of Armorclad Rockfish , Sebastes Hubbsi to the Attraction Lamp
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 42~49
The author examined the response of Armorclad rockfish, Sebastes hubbsi [MATSUBARA]to the surface attracting lamps (0.5W, 0.8W, 1W) line in the experimental water tank (
cm). The attraction rate was investigated in accordance with the intervals of lighting and putting out hour (1,5 minute) when each of the attraction lamps was gradually switched off after they were switched on all at once. The results are as follows : 1. Total distribution rate of fish in the illuminated section was 61.6%(mean 12.3%) in case of 1 minute interval, and 41.0%(mean 8.2%) in case of 5 minutes interval. 2. Mean distribution rate of fish at the illuminated section : \circled1Distribution rate at interval of 1 minute were 12.7% in 0.8W, 12.4% in 0.5W and 11.9% in 1 W respectively. \circled2Distribution rate at interval of 5 minutes were 9.0% in 1W, 8.6% in 0.8W and 7.0% in 0.5W respectively. 3. Attraction rates of the last section showed a little increasing as illuminating time elapsed. A difference of attraction rates according to lighting source in 1 minute interval was bigger than that in 5 minute interval. 4. Attraction rate of fish in only last section switched on : \circled1Attraction rate at interval in case of 1 minute were 52.0% in 0.8W, 46.7% in 0.5%W and 45.3% in 1W respectively. \circled2Attraction rate at interval in case of 5 minutes were 32.0% in 1W, 24.0% in 0.8W and 14.7% in 0.5W respectively.
A Study on the Luring of fish Shoals into the Fyke net by the Underwater Sound Emission
Abn, Jang-Yong ; Seo, Du-Ok ; Kim, Sam-Kon ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 50~58
The authors carried out a field experiment to confirm the effect of underwater sound on the luring of fish schools in a setnet in the coast of Cheju Island. The effects of the acoustic emission on the luring of fish schools were observed using a manufectured underwater speaker in the setnet, and pure sound, of which frequency was 600Hz and the source level was 126dB, was emitted on and off at 5 minutes intervals in the set net during the night of ,July 29 and ,July 31. So we had recorded behavior of fish schools by the telesounder with two channel and shape of the setnet by underwater video camera and analyzed them. When the flood and ebb currents were around the setnet, the nets rised to the surface of water and it happened occasionaly at the stand of tide. Therefore, it was in the state that fish schools feel constraint to enter into the setnet, and was required a new design of the setnet stand up to strong tidal current. As the pure sound, of which frequency was 600Hz was emitted for the luring of fish schools in a setnet, the catch ammounts of fish, the young horce mackereWI'rachllrlls japonicus), was increased 4~6 times than not emitted.
Robust Stability and Transient Behavior of a Two-Degree-of-Freedom Servosystem
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 59~66
This paper considers robust stability and transient behavior of the Two - Degree - of - Freedom(2DOF) servosystem. A class of uncertainties allowed in the plant model is obtained, to which the servosystem is robustly stable for any gain of the integral compensator. This result implies that if the plant uncertainty is the allowable set defined by the condition, a high - gain compensation can be carried out preserving stability to achieve a high - speed tracking response. The transient behavior attainable by the limit of the high - gain compensation is calculated using the singular perturbation approach.
A Study on the Condensation Heat Transfer of Low Integral Fin Tubes
Han, Gyu-Il ; Park, Seong-Guk ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 67~77
The heat transfer performance of R - 11 vapor condensing on integral fin tubes has been studied using fin tubes having the fin density from 748 to 1654 fins per meter. Electric heater supplied heat energy to the boiler to generate R - 11 vapor over the range of 25-60W. Condensation rates of each tubes were tested under the condition of cooling water flow rate from 400l/h to 2500l/h. For the seven fin tubes tested, the best performance has been obtained with a tube having a fin density of 1417fpm and a fin height of 1.3mm. This tube has yielded a maximum value of the heat transfer coefficient of 16500W/
K, at a vapor to wall temperature difference of 3K. Experimental results of integral fin tubes have been compared with available predictive models such as Beatty - Katz's analysis, Webb's analysis, Sukhatme's analysis and Rudy's empirical relation. The experimental results were shown to be in good agreement with that of the Sukhatme's analysis.
A Development of Seam Tracker by one Chip Microprocessor
Ahn, B. W. ; Noh, C. J. ; Park, S. K. ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 78~84
Recently, the fact that welding conditions are dangerous for men and the shapes of seams are complex enforced the welding system to be automatic. In order to obtain this target, are chip Microprocessor controlled welding system is devised in this study. The tracking of seam shape is achieved by applying a differential transformer and by using a program developed. This welding system mainly consists of a sensor, the differential transformer, a servo power amplifier, a control system, and DC motors. It is verified that the developed welding system is able to track three kinds of seam shapes.
A Study on Fairing of Ship Waterlines
Jeong, Su-Won ; Kim, Dong-Jun ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 85~91
In the elM construction of naval architecture industry, ship hull surface modeling is critical process of design/manufacture process. This paper describes a fairing process of ship waterlines to represent boundary curves which are input data of surface modeling. Among the fairing methods, Sapidis's method and Rong's method are used in sequential to fair the boundary curves. Also it proposed four methods of determining the magnitude of end tangent vector. Among the four end tangents the best one is chosen by comparing with the shape of near curves. An application to the actual ship hull is given as an example.
Performance of Track Formation of a Two-Stage Cascaded Logic in a Cluttered Environment
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 92~99
Thermal Modeling for Input Protection Circuit
Choe, Hyeok-Hwan ; Mun, Gwang-Seok ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 100~106
Introduction of the Present Conditions of Indonesia for Extending Fisheries Business from Korea to Indonesia
Hong, Jin-Geun ; Jo, Sam-Gwang ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 32, issue 1, 1996, Pages 107~115