노량해전의 조위 및 조류산정

Title
노량해전의 조위 및 조류산정
Alternative Title
Tidal Hindcast for the Naval Battle of Noryang
Author(s)
최병호; 김경옥; 육진희; 변상신; 이안바시
KIOST Author(s)
Kim, Kyeong Ok(김경옥)
Publication Year
2013-06-14
Abstract
The present work intends to hindcast tidal conditions at Naval Battle of Noryang on 16th of December 1598. The works involves in calendar day conversion and tidal prediction in several centuries ago. Conversion between lunar calendar day and solar calendar day before 1900 was taken from KASI (http://astro.kasi.re.kr/Life/ConvertSolarLunarForm.aspx?MenuID=115). Among three victorious naval battles (Hansan battle on 14 August 1592, Myungryang battle on 25 October 1597 and this Norayang battle) led by Admiral Yi, we first attempt to reproduce tidal conditions during the last battle of Admiral at Noryang to set up the regional tidal hindcast of old times both by point and by numerical model simulation.We have set up Delphi based GUI tidal analysis and prediction system, MARI.E which works in Gregorian dates, and using harmonic constants derived at Yeosu (Yeosu2002.HG). A lot of information for Julian and Gregorian Calendar are exist (http://www.fourmilab.ch/documents/calendar). The Julian Calendar started in 45BC and Pope Gregory implemented the Gregorian Calendar in 1582. We hindcasted 1598 tides using MARI.E at Yeosu (Yeosu1598.PRE) for model verification. These conversions are used for MARI.E and also specifying open boundary conditions of our FEM based ROTIS (regional ocean tide simulation) for the Yellow and East China Seas. Some of preliminary results for model verification and tidal currents hindcasted at Kwand solar calendar day before 1900 was taken from KASI (http://astro.kasi.re.kr/Life/ConvertSolarLunarForm.aspx?MenuID=115). Among three victorious naval battles (Hansan battle on 14 August 1592, Myungryang battle on 25 October 1597 and this Norayang battle) led by Admiral Yi, we first attempt to reproduce tidal conditions during the last battle of Admiral at Noryang to set up the regional tidal hindcast of old times both by point and by numerical model simulation.We have set up Delphi based GUI tidal analysis and prediction system, MARI.E which works in Gregorian dates, and using harmonic constants derived at Yeosu (Yeosu2002.HG). A lot of information for Julian and Gregorian Calendar are exist (http://www.fourmilab.ch/documents/calendar). The Julian Calendar started in 45BC and Pope Gregory implemented the Gregorian Calendar in 1582. We hindcasted 1598 tides using MARI.E at Yeosu (Yeosu1598.PRE) for model verification. These conversions are used for MARI.E and also specifying open boundary conditions of our FEM based ROTIS (regional ocean tide simulation) for the Yellow and East China Seas. Some of preliminary results for model verification and tidal currents hindcasted at Kwan
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/26916
Bibliographic Citation
한국해양과학기술협의회 공동학술대회, pp.1512 - 1515, 2013
Publisher
한국해양과학기술협의회
Type
Conference
Language
Korean
Publisher
한국해양과학기술협의회
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Research Interests

Coastal Engineering,Marine Environment Model,Coastal Disaster Model,해안공학,해양환경모델링,해안재해모델

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