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Numerical Simulation of Flow around a Fixed Semi-submersible Offshore Structure Using the Modified Marker-density Method
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Numerical Simulation of Flow around a Fixed Semi-submersible Offshore Structure Using the Modified Marker-density Method
Ha, Yoon-Jin; Lee, Young-Gill; Jeong, Kwang-Leol; Yang, In-Jun;
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 Abstract
It is important to research and understand the physical phenomenon around a semi-submersible offshore structure on waves and currents because the wave run-up and load occurs owing to the waves and currents. In this study, the numerical simulations are performed about flow around a fixed semi-submersible offshore structure. The Modified Marker-density method is adopted in the present computation procedure, this method is one of the various methods to define the free-surface. The present computation results are compared with existing experimental and numerical simulation(VOF method) results. And, the computation results are relatively coincident with the existing results of model test and numerical simulation by VOF method.
 Keywords
Semi-submersible offshore structure;Wave load;Current;Modified Marker-density method;Cartesian grid system;
 Language
Korean
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