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Numerical Investigation of the Impact Pressure Acting on Arbitrary Ship Sections Falling into the Water Surface
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Numerical Investigation of the Impact Pressure Acting on Arbitrary Ship Sections Falling into the Water Surface
Boujnah, Salah; Jung, Rho-Taek;
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 Abstract
The interaction between the hull of ship and free surface of water generates important loads during slamming motion. In the present study, the slamming load applied on the sectional surface of two-dimensional arbitrary bodies has been investigated under several falling velocities. This simulation has been done with the commercial CFD software ANSYS FLUENT®. Through the conventional MARINTEK experiments for the benchmark of the simulation, we verified the impact pressure values between the experiments and simulation results. Two arbitrary ship bow section models, Panamax-like(with small convex bulb and flare) and Post panamax-like(with large convex bulb and flare) are also investigated. Simulation results show that a maximum impact pressure on the Post panama-like shape is higher than the Panamax-like shape. According to both a lump of water generated by arbitrary shape and various dead-rise angles of the shape, the pressure picks were enhanced in the simulation.
 Keywords
Slamming;Arbitrary shape;Panamax-like;Post panamax-like;
 Language
Korean
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