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Performance Analysis of Stabilizer Fin Applied Coanda System
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 Title & Authors
Performance Analysis of Stabilizer Fin Applied Coanda System
Seo, Dae-Won; Lee, Se-Jin; Oh, Jungkeun;
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 Abstract
Stabilizer fins are installed on each side of a ship to control its roll motion. The most common stabilizer fin is a rolling control system that uses the lift force on the fin surface. If the angle of attack of a stabilizer fin is zero or the speed is zero, it cannot control the roll motion. The Coanda effect is well known to generate lift force in marine field. The performance of stabilizer fin that applies the Coanda effect has been verified by model tests and numerical simulations. It was found that a stabilizer fin that applied the Coanda effect at Cj = 0.085 and a zero angle of attack exactly coincided with that of the original fin at α = 26°. In addition, the power needed to generate the Coanda effect was not high compared to the motor power of the original stabilizer fin.
 Keywords
Stabilizer fin;Active control;Coanda system;Jet momentum;
 Language
Korean
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