Study on Resistance Characteristics of 50-ft class CFRP Power Yacht Jeong, Uh-Cheul; Ryu, Cheol-Ho; Oh, Dae-Kyun; Hong, Ki-Sup;
The resistance performances were studied for two 50-ft-class power yachts made of carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) with different hull form characteristics using model tests. The tests were carried out at a high-speed circulating water channel (CWC) for the 16–38 knot range. The total resistance, trim, and sinkage were measured, and the results were compared with wave patterns. The results showed that a chine position at the draft line had a strong effect on the planning performance and resistance performance in a certain velocity range.
CFRP;Power yacht;Resistance characteristics;Hull form development;Model test;
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