• Title/Summary/Keyword: Model Integration

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Modeling Study of Turbid Water in the Stratified Reservoir using linkage of HSPF and CE-QUAL-W2 (HSPF와 CE-QUAL-W2 모델의 연계 적용을 이용한 용담댐 저수지 탁수현상의 모델 연구)

  • Yi, Hye-Suk;Jeong, Sun-A;Park, Sang-Young;Lee, Yo-Sang
    • Journal of Korean Society of Environmental Engineers
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    • v.30 no.1
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    • pp.69-78
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    • 2008
  • An integration study of watershed model(HSPF, Hydological Simulation program-Fortran) and reservoir water quality model (CE-QUAL-W2) was performed for the evaluation of turbid water management in Yongdam reservoir. The watershed model was calibrated and analyzed for flow and suspended solid concentration variation during rainy period, their results were inputted for reservoir water quality model as time-variable water temperature and turbidity. Results of the watershed model showed a good agreement with the field measurements of flow and suspended solid. Also, results of the reservoir water quality model showed a good agreement with the filed measurements of water balance, water temperature and turbidity using linkage of the watershed model results. Integration of watershed and reservoir model is an important in turbid water management because flow and turbidity in stream and high turbidity layer in reservoir could be predicted and analyzed. In this study, the integration of HSPF and CE-QUAL-W2 was applied for the turbid water management in Yongdam reservoir, where it is evaluated to be appliable and important.

Model Integration of Systems Design and Safety Analysis Processes for Systematic Design of Safety-Critical Systems (안전중시 시스템의 체계적인 설계를 위한 시스템 설계 및 안전 분석 활동 모델의 통합)

  • Kim, Chang-Won;Lee, Jae-Chon
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.17 no.8
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    • pp.363-368
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    • 2016
  • In safety-critical systems (SCS), failure may result in accidents with serious damage to human beings and property. As systems become more complex and automated, the goal of acquiring safety has attracted increasing attention lately in the defense industry, as well as the rail, automotive, and aerospace industries, among others. As such, the Department of Defense and international organizations have established appropriate standards and guidelines for systems safety and design. To this end, there has been research on the processes, methods, and associated tools for safety design. However, those results do not seem to sufficiently utilize system architectural information. The purpose of this paper is to provide a more systematic approach to SCS design. To better identify potential hazards, design information at each level of system hierarchy is exploited. Based on the results, an integrated process model was developed by combining the processes of system design and safety analysis. As a case study, the resultant integrated process model was applied to the safety design of an automobile system, which shows useful results for safety evaluation.

A Product Model Centered Integration Methodology for Design and Construction Information (프로덕트 모델 중심의 설계, 시공 정보 통합 방법론)

  • Lee Keun-Hyoung;Kim Jae-Jun
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute Of Construction Engineering and Management
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    • pp.99-106
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    • 2002
  • Researches on integration of design and construction information from earlier era focused on the conceptual data models. Development and prevalent use of commercial database management system led many researchers to design database schemas for enlightening of relationship between non-graphic data items. Although these researches became the foundation fur the proceeding researches. they did not utilize the graphic data providable from CAD system which is already widely used. 4D CAD concept suggests a way of integrating graphic data with schedule data. Although this integration provided a new possibility for integration, there exists a limitation in data dependency on a specific application. This research suggests a new approach on integration for design and construction information, 'Product Model Centered Integration Methodology'. This methodology achieves integration by preliminary research on existing methodology using 4D CAD concept. and by development and application of new integration methodology, 'Product Model Centered Integration Methodology'. 'Design Component' can be converted into digital format by object based CAD system. 'Unified Object-based Graphic Modeling' shows how to model graphic product model using CAD system. Possibility of reusing design information in latter stage depends on the ways of creating CAD model, so modeling guidelines and specifications are suggested. Then prototype system for integration management, and exchange are presented, using 'Product Frameworker', and 'Product Database' which also supports multiple-viewpoints. 'Product Data Model' is designed, and main data workflows are represented using 'Activity Diagram', one of UML diagrams. These can be used for writing programming codes and developing prototype in order to automatically create activity items in actual schedule management system. Through validation processes, 'Product Model Centered Integration Methodology' is suggested as the new approach for integration of design and construction information.

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