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A Study on the Speed Performance of a Medium Patrol Boat using CFD
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A Study on the Speed Performance of a Medium Patrol Boat using CFD
Park, Dong-Woo;
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 Abstract
The primary objective of the current work is to predict speed performance of the medium patrol boat over employing experimental materials based on the CFD before model tests. In other words, the predicted brake powers according to ship speeds are assessed satisfying the main engine capacity. The subject ships are selected the two different stern hull forms. The flow computation are conducted considering free surface and dynamic trim using a commercial CFD code(STAR-CCM+). The resistances of the bare-hull are obtained from CFD. Wave patterns, pressures and limiting streamlines on the hull and velocity distribution in the propeller plane for the two hull forms are compared using CFD. The effective powers of the object ships are assessed based on CFD. Resistance increase according to the attached appendages and quasi-propulsive efficiency are employed the experimental datas. Speed performance prediction method concerning high speed vessels like a medium patrol boat is developed employing CFD and experimental data.
 Keywords
medium patrol boat;CFD;model test;speed performance;
 Language
Korean
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