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Study of Hull Form Development of Wave-Piercing-Type High-Speed Planing Boat
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Study of Hull Form Development of Wave-Piercing-Type High-Speed Planing Boat
Jeong, Uh-Cheul; Lee, Dong-Kun; Jung, Ki-Seok;
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 Abstract
A new wave-piercing-type high-speed planing boat without a chine was developed, and its basic performance was investigated in a model test, including the resistance, trim, and sinkage. The maximum speed of the developed ship was 35 knots. The hull form was developed by combining a VSV (very slender vessel) and TH (transonic hull), which have large deadrise angles at the bow. The main dimensions were estimated by a statistical approach using actual ship data. The effect of a side fin attached at the stern near the water line was investigated from a resistance point of view. It was found that the developed hull form showed the possibility of a new concept for a high-speed planing hull without a chine, and the side fin played an important role in increasing the resistance performance by controlling the trim and sinkage in the high-speed range.
 Keywords
Wave piercing type high speed planing boat;Hull form development;Side fin;Model test;Deadrise angle;Resistance performance;
 Language
Korean
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