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The Analysis of the Ship's Maneuverability According to the Ship's Trim and Draft
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The Analysis of the Ship's Maneuverability According to the Ship's Trim and Draft
PARK, Byung-Soo; KANG, Donghoon; KANG, Il-Kwon; KIM, Hyun-Mu;
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 Abstract
Ship's trim is the one of the most important factor for safety at the sea. Turning circle test and Z-test were carried out to find the effect of ship's trim and draft changes. The results are as follows. 1. If the ship's draft and trim became large, turning circle would be wide. 2. If the ship's draft and trim became large, ship's drift angle would be small. Small drift angle made wide turning circle. 3. Trim by the head made slow ship's final speed when turning circle test. 4. By Z-test, the deeper draft and trim by the stern made small OSA. Small OSA means strong ship's stability. 5. Totally 2nd OSA is smaller than 1st OSA on Z-test. 6. There were small differences of 2nd OSA in trim by the stern, but there were large OSA in trim by the head. 7. The larger trim by the stern, the smaller OSW. The small OSW means better ship's stability and maneuverability.
 Keywords
Ship's maneuverability;Trim;Draft;Turning circle;IMO;Overshoot angle;
 Language
Korean
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