Study on Hull Form Development and Resistance Performance of High Speed Aluminum Leisure Boat Jeong, Uh-Cheul; Kim, Do-Jung; Choi, Hong-Sik;
A 30ft class aluminum leisure boat is newly developed and the resistance performances are investigated by a model test at a high-speed circulating water channel. The effect of a fin attached to the side of the hull is studied at two different displacements. Wave patterns are observed to make clear the relationship between the resistance performance and wave characteristics. It can be found that a chine position at the draft line can have a strong effect on the resistance performance around a certain velocity range.
Aluminum leisure boat;Hull form development;Resistance performance;Model test;Circulating water channel;
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