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Bank Effect of a Ship Operating in a Shallow Water and Channel
Park, Dong-Woo; Choi, Hee-Jong; Pai, Kwang-Jun;
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 Abstract
When a ship operates in a shallow water and channel, the hull sinkage and asymmetrical force generated around the ship by the influence of sea bottom and bank walls are caused collision with sea bottom, other ships or the bank itself. Especially, the shipping company and pilots navigating the area of Europe and North America with many channels are deal with it as a important matter to prevent collision. In this paper, hydrodynamic force generated between the ship and bank using the numerical analysis for the safe navigation of ship, that is, sway force and yaw moment should be presumed qualitatively. It makes a program for fluid analysis of the shallow water and bank effect. Analyses are carried out for three kind of parameter, that is, ship`s speed, water depth and ship-bank distance for crude oil carriers. The numerical analysis results are compared with results of the experiments and the previous published papers.
 Keywords
Shallow water;Sway force;Yaw moment;Bank effect;
 Language
Korean
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