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Verification of Prediction Technique of Wave-making Resistance Performance for a Ship attached with a Vertical Blade
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 Title & Authors
Verification of Prediction Technique of Wave-making Resistance Performance for a Ship attached with a Vertical Blade
Choi, Hee-Jong; Park, Dong-Woo;
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 Abstract
In this paper the developed prediction technique of wave-making resistance performance for a ship attached with a vertical blade had been verified. Numerical analysis program as a prediction technique had been developed using the Rankine source panel method and the vortex lattice method(VLM). The nonlinearity of the free surface conditions was fully taken into account using the iterative method and the trim and the sinkage of the ship were also considered in the numerical analysis program. Panel cutting method was applied to get hull surface panels. Numerical computations were carried out for a 4000TEU container carrier and the vertical blade was attached 6 different locations astern. To investigate the validity of the numerical analysis program the commercial viscous flow field analysis program FLUENT was used to obtain the viscous flow field around the ship and the model test was performed. The model test results were compared with the numerical analysis results.
 Keywords
Vertical Blade;Wave-making resistance performance;Rankine source panel method;Vortex lattice method;Model test;Panel cutting method;
 Language
Korean
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