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The Prediction of Hydrodynamic Forces Acting on Ship Hull in Laterally Berthing Maneuver Using CFD
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The Prediction of Hydrodynamic Forces Acting on Ship Hull in Laterally Berthing Maneuver Using CFD
Lee, Yun-Sok;
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 Abstract
To evaluate the unsteady motion in laterally berthing maneuver, it is necessary to grasp very clearly the magnitude and properties of the hydrodynamic forces acting on ship hull in shallow water. In this study, numerical calculation was made to investigate quantitatively the hydrodynamic force according to the water depth for Wigley model using the CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) technique. Comparing the computational results to the experimental ones, the validity of the CFD method was verified. The numerical solutions evaluated the hydrodynamic force with good accuracy, and then captured the features of the flow field around the ship in detail. The transitional lateral force in a state ranging from rest to uniform motion is modeled by using the concept of the circulation.
 Keywords
Berthing Maneuver;Hydrodynamic Force;Transitional Lateral Force;CFD;Shallow Water;
 Language
English
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