Research on Longitudinal Motion Prediction of Hybrid Monohull Considering Based on Numerical Simulation

Bo Tian; Huilong Ren; Zhiyuan Dong
November 2014
Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Vol. 716-717, p776
Academic Journal
The shape of hybrid monohull at the bow is quite complex and the viscosity force is the main component of the damping force in the drainage area of the bow when the ship moves in waves so that the result of the motion predicition by the traditional potential flow method is very different from the result of experiments. This paper tries to use new numerical compute method considering the effect of the viscosity to improve the precision of the sea keeping predicition. Based on the Reynolds Averaged N-S Equations(RANS) method, the paper takes a hrbrid monohull to compute the hydrodynamic coefficients. According to the result of model test, the prediction of the hybrid monohull's the longitudinal motion in regular waves at speed of 18kn also indicates that RANS method can reflect viscid influence reducing the motion of hybrid monohull in waves.


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