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Current limit equipment for superconductor filber (초전도체 화이버를 이용한 전류 제한 장치)

  • 황종선;김종만;김용균;장미혜;박성진
    • Proceedings of the Korean Operations and Management Science Society Conference
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    • pp.137-143
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    • 1995
  • 현 전력 시스템 및 전기 전자 시스템의 대용량 단락 설비의 대형화에 따른 부수적인 시스템 구성을 초전도체 화이버를 이용하여 전력 손실과 빠른 차 단 시간을 가지는 차단기가 절대적으로 요구되고 있으며, 본 연구는 초전도 선재가 시스템에 코일로 구성하였을 때 자체에서 흐를수 있는 전류의 양을 검출하여 수치화하여 일반적인 전류계로써의 특징과 오실로스코프의 나타난 파형으로 시스템 자체에서 발생하는 이상 현상을 검색하여 시스템의 여러가 지 현상을 파악하고 또한 폐회로를 구성하여 계기의 부하로 인한 사고를 방 지하기 위하여 내부에 환 코일을 장착하여 단선되는 것을 방지하고 일정 전 류 이상이 되면 초전도체 화이버 자체가 trigger코일로 작동하여 전체 시스 템을 보호하고 전류제한장치의 개발 초기에 적용 가능한 평가 모델을 설계 구현하였다.

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Contribution of Oswald Veblen to AMS and its meaning in Korea (Oswald Veblen이 미국수학계에 미친 영향과 한국에서의 의미)

  • Lee, Sang-Gu;Ham, Yoon-Mee
    • Journal for History of Mathematics
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.27-52
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    • 2009
  • This article discusses the contributions of the leader Oswald Veblen, who was the president of AMS during 1923-1924. In 2006, Korea ranked 12th in SCIE publications in mathematics, more than doubling its publications in less than 10 years, a successful model for a country with relatively short history of modern mathematical research. Now there are 192 four-year universities in Korea. Some 42 of these universities have Ph.D. granting graduate programs in mathematics and/or mathematical education in Korea. Rapid growth is observed over a broad spectrum including a phenomenal performance surge in International Mathematical Olympiad. Western mathematics was first introduced in Korea in the 17th century, but real significant mathematical contributions by Korean mathematicians in modern mathematics were not much known yet to the world. Surprisingly there is no Korean mathematician who could be found in MaC Tutor History Birthplace Map. We are at the time, to have a clear vision and leadership for the 21st century. Even with the above achievement, Korean mathematical community has had obstacles in funding. Many people thinks that mathematical research can be done without funding rather unlike other science subjects, even though they agree fundamental mathematical research is very important. We found that the experience of early American mathematical community can help us to give a vision and role model for Korean mathematical community. When we read the AMS Notice article 'The Vision, Insight, and Influence of Oswald Veblen' by Steve Batterson, it answers many of our questions on the development of American mathematics in early 20th century. We would like to share the story and analyze its meaning for the development of Korean Mathematics of 21st century.

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Comparison of early tertiary mathematics in USA and Korea (미국과 한국의 초기 고등수학 발전과정 비교연구)

  • Lee, Sang-Gu;Seol, Han-Guk;Ham, Yoon-Mee
    • Communications of Mathematical Education
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    • v.23 no.4
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    • pp.977-998
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    • 2009
  • In this article, we give a comparative study on the last 300 years of USA and Korean tertiary mathematics. The first mathematics classes in United States were offered before July, 1638, but the real founding of tertiary mathematics courses was in 1640 when Henry Dunster assumed the duties of the presidency at Harvard. President Dunster read arithmetics and geometry on Mondays and Tuesdays to the third year students during the first three quarters, and astronomy in the last quarter. So tertiary mathematics education in United States began at Harvard which is the oldest college in USA. After 230 years since then, Benjamin Peirce in 1870 made a major and first American contribution to mathematics and got an attention from European mathematicians. Major change on the role of Harvard mathematics from teaching to research made by G.D. Birkhoff when he joined as an assistant professor in 1912. Tertiary mathematics education in Korea started long before Chosun Dynasty. But it was given to only small number of government actuarial officers. Modern mathematics education of tertiary level in Korea was given at Sungkyunkwan, Ewha, Paichai, and Soongsil. But all college level education opportunity, particularly in mathematics, was taken over by colonial government after 1920. And some technical and normal schools offered some tertiary mathematics courses. There was no college mathematics department in Korea until 1945. After the World War II, the first college mathematics department was established, and Rimhak Ree in 1949 made a major and first Korean contribution to modern mathematics, and later found Ree group. He got an attention from western mathematicians for the first time as a Korean. It can be compared with Benjamin Peirce's contribution for USA.

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Ground of the revolutionary change in early 20C American Mathematics (20세기 초 미국수학계의 혁명적변화의 바탕)

  • Lee, Sang-Gu;Hwang, Suk-Geun;Cheon, Gi-Sang
    • Journal for History of Mathematics
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.127-146
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    • 2007
  • From 1876 to 1883, British mathematician James Joseph Sylvester worked as the founding head of Mathematics Department at the Johns Hopkins University which has been known as America's first school of mathematical research. Sylvester established the American Journal of Mathematics, the first sustained mathematics research journal in the United States. It is natural that we think this is the most exciting and important period in American mathematics. But we found out that the International Congress of Mathematicians held at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, August 21-26, 1893 was the real turning point in American's dedication to mathematical research. The University of Chicago was founded in 1890 by the American Baptist Education Society and John D. Rockefeller. The founding head of mathematics department Eliakim Hastings Moore was the one who produced many excellent American mathematics Ph.D's in early stage. Many of Moore's students contributed to build up real American mathematics research power in early 20 century The University also has a well-deserved reputation as the "teacher of teachers". Beginning with Sylvester, we analyze what E.H. Moore had done as a teacher and a head of the new department that produced many mathematical talents such as L.E. Dickson(1896), H. Slaught(1898), O. Veblen(1903), R.L. Moore(1905), G.D. Birkhoff(1907), T.H. Hilderbrants(1910), E.W. Chittenden(1912) who made the history of American mathematics. In this article, we study how Moore's vision, new system and new way of teaching influenced American mathematical society at early stage of the top class mathematical research. and the meaning that early University of Chicago case gave.

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