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Ship Squat in NonUniform Water Depth
"... The problem of predicting ship squat in nonuniform water depth is studied in this paper. For transverse depth variations, calculations are done using slenderbody shallowwater theory, as implemented in the code “ShallowFlow”. Examples are given for realistic ships transiting dredged channels, and ..."
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The problem of predicting ship squat in nonuniform water depth is studied in this paper. For transverse depth variations, calculations are done using slenderbody shallowwater theory, as implemented in the code “ShallowFlow”. Examples are given for realistic ships transiting dredged channels
Slenderbody theory for slow viscous flow,
 J. Fluid Mech.
, 1976
"... Slow flow of a viscous incompressible fluid past a slender body of circular crosssection is treated by the method of matched asymptotic expansions. The main result is an integral equation for the force per unit length exerted on the body by the fluid. The novelty is that the body is permitted to tw ..."
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Slow flow of a viscous incompressible fluid past a slender body of circular crosssection is treated by the method of matched asymptotic expansions. The main result is an integral equation for the force per unit length exerted on the body by the fluid. The novelty is that the body is permitted
A slenderbody theory in Oseen flow
 Proc. R. Soc. A458
, 2002
"... Consider steady flow generated by a uniform velocity field past a fixed closed slender body whose major axis is aligned closely to the uniform stream direction. Let us assume Oseen flow with the slip boundary condition. A slenderbody theory is presented. In the near field, let us assume that the s ..."
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Consider steady flow generated by a uniform velocity field past a fixed closed slender body whose major axis is aligned closely to the uniform stream direction. Let us assume Oseen flow with the slip boundary condition. A slenderbody theory is presented. In the near field, let us assume
2008 SlenderBody Methods for Predicting Ship Squat
 Ocean Engineering
"... A review is made of linear slenderbody methods for predicting the squat of a ship in shallow open water, dredged channels or canals. The results are summarized into a general formula based on Fourier transforms, and the method is extended to cater to stepped canals. An approximate solution for cana ..."
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A review is made of linear slenderbody methods for predicting the squat of a ship in shallow open water, dredged channels or canals. The results are summarized into a general formula based on Fourier transforms, and the method is extended to cater to stepped canals. An approximate solution
SIMULATION OF THE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF SHIPS BASED ON SLENDERBODY THEORY (SBT)
"... ABSTRACT One of the aims of the Colombian Ministry of Defense in the field of science and technology is to develop and build in INTRODUCTION The motion of a ship as a rigid body, including the response to a control force variation is analyzed through the use of maneuverability models ..."
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ABSTRACT One of the aims of the Colombian Ministry of Defense in the field of science and technology is to develop and build in INTRODUCTION The motion of a ship as a rigid body, including the response to a control force variation is analyzed through the use of maneuverability models
CHAPTER 104 BEHAVIOR OF A SLENDER BODY IN SHALLOWWATER WAVES by
"... The unsteadystate response of a slender body in nonlinear shallowwater wave environment was studied Numerical scheme has been developed which permits rapid calculation of the following, which describe the motion of an arbitrarily shaped body in three degrees of freedom anywhere within such an env ..."
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The unsteadystate response of a slender body in nonlinear shallowwater wave environment was studied Numerical scheme has been developed which permits rapid calculation of the following, which describe the motion of an arbitrarily shaped body in three degrees of freedom anywhere within
Sinkage and Trim of Modern Container Ships in Shallow Water Sinkage and Trim of Modern Container Ships in Shallow Water
"... This paper concerns dynamic sinkage and trim of modern container ships. A review is made of changing container ship hull designs up to the present time, together with available model test data for sinkage and trim. Two potential flow methods (slenderbody method and Rankinesource method) are discus ..."
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) are discussed with reference to the model test results. It is shown that slenderbody theory is able to give good predictions of dynamic sinkage and trim in wide canals or open water, while Rankinesource methods offer an accurate solution particularly for ships at high speed in narrow canals.
SLENDERBODY THEORY CALCULATIONS OF THE‘EFFECT ON LIFT AND MOMENT OF h(OUNTING THE WING OFF THE FUSELAGE CENTRELINE
, 1964
"... Slenderbody theory is used to calculate the effects on lift and moment of mounting the wing of a wingbody combination above or below the body axis, with and without wingbody angle. The wing must have a local span which increases in the downstream direction, an unswept trailing edge and uncambered ..."
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Slenderbody theory is used to calculate the effects on lift and moment of mounting the wing of a wingbody combination above or below the body axis, with and without wingbody angle. The wing must have a local span which increases in the downstream direction, an unswept trailing edge
OMAE200979178 NONLINEAR SHIP MOTION COMPUTATIONS USING A TIMEDOMAIN BODYEXACT SLENDERBODY APPROACH
"... ABSTRACT This paper continues the development of a computationally efficient potential flow code using a timedomain bodyexact INTRODUCTION Nonlinear seakeeping methods have been under development and offer capabilities beyond classical linear strip theory. Fully nonlinear approaches have problems ..."
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ABSTRACT This paper continues the development of a computationally efficient potential flow code using a timedomain bodyexact INTRODUCTION Nonlinear seakeeping methods have been under development and offer capabilities beyond classical linear strip theory. Fully nonlinear approaches have
The Limits of Applicability of ShallowWater Wave Theory
"... The shallowwater wave theory of Tuck (1966) provides a remarkably simple set of formulas for the sinkage, trim, and wave resistance of a slender vessel traveling at a steady speed. Tuck (1967) later extended this work to include the case of a channel of finite width. In the current study, we compar ..."
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The shallowwater wave theory of Tuck (1966) provides a remarkably simple set of formulas for the sinkage, trim, and wave resistance of a slender vessel traveling at a steady speed. Tuck (1967) later extended this work to include the case of a channel of finite width. In the current study, we
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