A quasi-three-dimensional hydrodynamic model is presented to simulate shallow water phenomena. The method is based on a finite-volume approach designed to solve shallow water equations in the time domain. The nonlinearities of the governing equations are considered. The methodology can be used to compute green water effects on a variety of platforms with six-degrees-of-freedom motions. Different boundary and initial conditions can be applied for multiple types of moving platforms, like a ship's deck, tanks, etc. Comparisons with experimental data are discussed. The shallow water model has been integrated with the Large Amplitude Motions Program to compute the effects of green water flow over decks within a time-domain simulation of ship motions in waves. Results associated to this implementation are presented.
A Quasi-three-dimensional Finite-volume Shallow Water Model for Green Water on Deck
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Liut, Daniel A., Weems, Kenneth M., and Tin-Guen Yen. "A Quasi-three-dimensional Finite-volume Shallow Water Model for Green Water on Deck." J Ship Res 57 (2013): 125–140. doi: https://doi.org/10.5957/jsr.2013.57.3.125
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