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Comparison of Measured and Dynamic Analysis Vertical Accelerations of High-Speed Railway Bridges Crossed by KTX Train  [PDF]
Hyejin Yoon, Won Jong Chin, Jeong-Rae Cho, Jae Yoon Kang, Jongwon Kwark
Engineering (ENG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2013.59091
Abstract:

Since high-speed railway bridges are subjected to cyclic loading by the continuous wheel loads traveling at high speed and regular spacing, their dynamic behavior is of extreme importance and has significant influence on the riding safety of the trains. To secure the riding safety of the trains, advanced railway countries have limited the vertical acceleration of the bridge slab below critical values at specific frequency domains. Since these limitations of the vertical acceleration constitute the most important factors in securing the dynamic safety of the bridges, these countries have opted for a conservative approach. However, the Korean specifications limit only the size of the peak acceleration without considering the frequency domain, which impede significantly rational evaluation of the high-speed railway bridges in Korea. In addition, the evaluation of the acceleration without consideration of the frequency domain is the cause of disagreement between the dynamic analysis and measurement results. This study conducts field monitoring and dynamic analysis on high-speed railway bridges to gather the acceleration signals and compare them. Significant difference in the size of the vertical acceleration was observed between the measured and dynamic analysis accelerations when discarding the frequency domain as done in the current specifications. The comparison of the accelerations considering only low frequencies below 30 Hz showed that the dynamic analysis reflected accurately the measured vertical acceleration.

Computation of Impact Factor of High-Speed Railway Bridge by KTX Train Riding Test  [PDF]
Hyejin Yoon, Won Jong Chin, Jae Yoon Kang, Jongwon Kwark, Eui-Seung Hwang
Engineering (ENG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2013.59090
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The design live load of railway is divided into common railway and high-speed railway separately inKorea. Accordingly, the Korean design specification of railway specifies the impact factor for common railway and high-speed railway respectively. The impact factor for high-speed railway is based on Eurocode. Since the impact factor criteria inKoreawere established by adopting those of the Eurocode and without dedicated investigation relying on research results reflecting the domestic circumstances, thorough examination should be implemented on these criteria. Therefore the evaluation of impact factor based on field tests is required. Both dynamic and static vertical displacements are necessary to compute the impact factor. The dynamic response can be obtained from the measurement of deflection of the bridge slab crossed by the firstKoreahigh-speed train (KTX, Korea Train eXpress) running at high-speed. The main difficulties encountered are in obtaining static response because static response corresponds to the response of the bridge when the train remains immobile on the bridge or crosses the bridge at speed slower than5 km/hr. This study introduces the static response derived by applying the moving average method on the dynamic response signal. To that goal, field measurements was conducted under train speeds of5 km/hr and ranging from100 km/hr to300 km/hr on Yeonjae Bridge located in the trial section of the Gyeonbu High-Speed Railway Line before its opening. The validity of the application of the moving average method is verified from comparison of measured static response and derived static response by moving average method. Moreover, evaluation is conducted on the impact factor computed for a bridge crossed by the KTX train running at operational speed.

Behavior Characteristics of Bonded Type Anchorage for CFRP Tendon  [PDF]
Jong Sup Park, Woo Tai Jung, Jae Yoon Kang, Moon Seoung Kum
Engineering (ENG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2013.511111
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This paper examines the shear stress and displacement occurring in CFRP tendons through finite element analysis on the parameters influencing the anchoring performance to evaluate the behavioral characteristics of the bonded type anchorage for CFRP tendon. The selected parameters are the inner angle of the anchorage barrel, the friction between the barrel and filling material, and the elastic modulus of the filling material. The difference in the behavioral characteristics is examined for each parameter. In view of the analytic results, the shear stress developed in the CFRP tendon reduces with larger inner angle of the barrel and lower elastic modulus of the filling material. However, such combination provokes also the increase of the relative displacement of the CFRP tendon. Especially, slip failure may occur due to the lack of the confining force necessary for the anchorage due to the sudden loss of vertical force brought by the wedge force. The experimental results relative to barrel inner angles of 2° and 4° showed that the specimen with an angle of 2° preserved its anchoring performance up to tensile failure whereas the specimen with an angle of 4° failed in developing its maximum anchoring performance due to slip failure.

Parametric Analysis on the Optimal Dimensions of Steel Sleeve in Swaging Type Anchorage for CFRP Tendon  [PDF]
Jae Yoon Kang, Jong Sup Park, Woo Tai Jung, Moon Seoung Kum
Engineering (ENG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2013.511110
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This paper presents the parametric analysis conducted to derive the optimal dimensions of the steel sleeve necessary to secure the bond performance of the swaging type anchorage for CFRP tendon with diameter of 5 mm. To that goal, finite element analysis is performed on the parameters determining the dimensions of the sleeve like the thickness and inner diameters of the sleeve. The results show that a constant swaging pressure of about 450 MPa on the mean is distributed in the sleeve when the thickness ratio of the stress relief zone to the effective swaging zone of the sleeve is larger than 1.1 and that the swaging pressure tends to reduce linearly as much as this thickness ratio becomes smaller than 1.1. The pressure varies within a range of about 30% according to the change in the inner diameter of the sleeve whereas varies within a range less than 10% according to the change in the inner diameter when the thickness ratio is larger than 1.1. Finally, the optimal dimensions of the steel tube sleeve enabling to secure an anchor force larger than the rupture strength of the CFRP tendon with diameter of 5 mm are determined based upon the results of the parametric analysis.

Evaluation of the Shear Strength of Perfobond Rib Connectors in Ultra High Performance Concrete  [PDF]
Jae Yoon Kang, Jong Sup Park, Woo Tai Jung, Moon Seoung Keum
Engineering (ENG) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2014.613089
Abstract: Since the previous strength prediction models for the perfobond rib connector were proposed based upon the results of push-out tests conducted on concretes with compressive strength below 50 MPa, push-out test is performed on perfobond shear connectors applying ultra high performance concretes with compressive strength higher than 80 MPa to evaluate their shear resistance. The test variables are chosen to be the diameter and number of dowel holes and, the change in the shear strength of the perfobond rib connector is examined with respect to the strength of two types of UHPC: steel fiber-reinforced concrete with compressive strength of 180 MPa and concrete without steel fiber with compressive strength of 80 MPa. The test results reveal that higher concrete strength and larger number of holes increased the shear strength, and that higher increase rate in the shear strength was achieved by the dowel action. The comparison with the predictions obtained by the previous models shows that the experimental results are close to the values given by the model proposed by Oguejiofor and Hosain [1].
Connection between Concrete Layers with Different Strengths  [PDF]
Jae Yoon Kang, Jong Sup Park, Woo Tai Jung, Moon Seoung Keum
Engineering (ENG) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2015.77032
Abstract: As part of a research intending to develop steel-concrete hybrid girder using ultra high performance concrete with compressive strength of 80 MPa, this study conducts loading test on this girder to investigate the methods for its composition with a slab using 30 MPa-concrete and the corresponding interfacial behavior. Prior to the loading test, the design formula of the Eurocode for the shear resistance developed in concrete-to-concrete interface is examined for the interface between concrete layers of different strengths. The effect of the surface roughness on the shear resistance is examined using this formula and finite element analysis to verify the applicability of the formula. Based upon the results, loading test is conducted on girder specimens to evaluate the actual behavior with respect to the interfacial surface condition. The test results reveal that the specimen with rough interface could not develop perfectly composite behavior and experienced adhesive failure. In case of simultaneous action of flexure and shear, it appears that conservative design should be applied without consideration of the interfacial condition when determining the arrangement of shear reinforcement.
Shear Behavior in Indented Concrete Layers with Different Strengths  [PDF]
Jae-Yoon Kang, Jong-Sup Park, Woo-Tai Jung, Moon-Seoung Keum
Engineering (ENG) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2016.87039
Abstract: This paper investigates the design formula for the shear strength at the concrete-to-concrete interface proposed in Eurocode with regard to concrete layers with different strengths. Based upon the results of the study on the applicability of the design formula, push-off test is conducted on specimens with various indented interfaces to evaluate the actual behavior with respect to the surface roughness. The experimental results reveal that the interfacial shear strength increases with higher compressive strength of the concrete layers presenting different strengths and that the shear strength at the indented interface differs by 20% to 50% compared to the value predicted by the design formula. Especially, the shear strength developed between the concrete layers with different strengths appears to be different from the prediction of the design formula as much as the layers present larger difference in their compressive strengths.
Lupeol Is One of Active Components in the Extract of Chrysanthemum indicum Linne That Inhibits LMP1-Induced NF-κB Activation
Se Chan Kang, Sue Yeon Lim, Yoon-Jae Song
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0082688
Abstract: We have previously reported that seventy percent ethanol extract of Chrysanthemum indicum Linne (CIE) strongly reduces Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-transformed lymphoblastoid cell line (LCL) survival by inhibiting virus-encoded latent infection membrane protein 1 (LMP1)-induced NF-κB activation. To identify an active compound(s) in CIE that inhibits LMP1-induced NF-κB activation, activity-guided fractionation was employed. The CH2Cl2 fraction of CIE strongly reduced LMP1-induced NF-κB activation and LCL viability with relatively low cytotoxic effects on primary human foreskin fibroblast (HFF), HeLa or Burkitt’s lymphoma (BL41) cells. Furthermore, lupeol, a pentacyclic triterpene, was identified in the CH2Cl2 fraction of CIE to attenuate LMP1-induced NF-κB activation and LCL viability. This study demonstrates that lupeol is one of active compounds in the CH2Cl2 fraction of CIE that inhibits LMP1-induced NF-κB activation and reduces NF-κB-dependent LCL viability.
Observation of a Geometric Hall Effect in a Spinor Bose-Einstein Condensate with a Skyrmion Spin Texture
Jae-yoon Choi,Seji Kang,Sang Won Seo,Woo Jin Kwon,Yong-il Shin
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.111.245301
Abstract: For a spin-carrying particle moving in a spatially varying magnetic field, effective electromagnetic forces can arise due to the geometric phase associated with adiabatic spin rotation of the particle. We report the observation of a geometric Hall effect in a spinor Bose-Einstein condensate with a skyrmion spin texture. Under translational oscillations of the spin texture, the condensate resonantly develops a circular motion in a harmonic trap, demonstrating the existence of an effective Lorentz force. When the condensate circulates, quantized vortices are nucleated in the boundary region of the condensate and the vortex number increases over 100 without significant heating. We attribute the vortex nucleation to the shearing effect of the effective Lorentz force from the inhomogeneous effective magnetic field.
Prognostic significance of CD44s expression in resected non-small cell lung cancer
Yoon Ko, Hye Won, Eun Jeon, Sook Hong, Sang Roh, Young Hong, Jae Byun, Chan-Kwon Jung, Jin Kang
BMC Cancer , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2407-11-340
Abstract: Using immunohistochemical staining, we investigated CD44s protein expression using tissue array specimens from 159 patients with resected NSCLC (adenocarcinoma (AC; n = 82) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC; n = 77). Additionally, the immunoreactivity of cyclooxygenase (COX)-2 was also studied. The clinicopathological implications of these molecules were analyzed statistically.High CD44s expression was detected more frequently in NSCLC patients with SCC (66/72; 91.7%) than in those with AC histology (P < 0.001). Additionally, high CD44s expression was significant correlated with more advanced regional lymph node metastasis (P = 0.021). In multivariate analysis of survival in NSCLC patients with AC histology, significant predictors were lymph node metastasis status (P < 0.001), high-grade tumor differentiation (P = 0.046), and high CD44s expression (P = 0.014). For NSCLC patients with SCC histology, the significant predictor was a more advanced tumor stage (P = 0.015). No significant association was found between CD44s and clinical outcome (P = 0.311).High CD44s expression was a negative prognostic marker with significance in patients with resected NSCLC, particularly those with AC histology, and was independent of tumor stage.Cell adhesion molecules control cell behavior through interactions with each other and with their microenvironment by exchanging information through cell-cell and cell-extracellular matrix (ECM) interactions [1]. As a cell adhesion molecule, CD44, a widely expressed cell-surface glycoprotein and a cell-surface receptor for hyaluronate and osteopontin, is known to mediate cellular adhesion to the ECM, which is a prerequisite for tumor cell migration [2]. CD44 is the product of a single gene located on the short arm of human chromosome 11; the entire human CD44 gene is encoded by 60 kb of genomic DNA and contains 20 exons [3]. Its low molecular weight standard isoform, CD44s, binds more strongly to hyaluronate than high molecular weight CD44 isofo
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