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Journal of Ship Research 55 (03): 163–184.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-2011-55-3-163
Published: 01 September 2011
.... The calculated mean second-order added resistance and unsteady first-order impulse-response functions, hydrodynamics coefficients, exciting forces, and response amplitude operators are compared with experimental results. 1 9 2011 1 9 2011 2011. The Society of Naval Architects and...
Journal of Ship Research 42 (03): 167–173.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1998-42-3-167
Published: 01 September 1998
... available to calculate the wave exciting force for a submerged body advancing in regular waves at constant speed. Besides, the effect of the steady potential is also considered in the paper. The replacement of the double integration by a single integral in terms of a complex exponential integral is made in...
Journal of Ship Research 42 (02): 99–112.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1998-42-2-99
Published: 01 June 1998
...F. T. Korsmeyer; H. B. Bingham This paper examines the theory and computational methods behind predicting the linear unsteady motion of a ship with steady forward speed in waves. The focus is on the wave exciting force impulse-response function as computed via the transient free-surface Green...
Journal of Ship Research 37 (01): 58–76.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1993-37-1-58
Published: 01 March 1993
... exciting force module FPSO hydroelasticity ship research coefficient floating production system radiation potential Morison vector subsea system frequency connector proceedings green function matrix march 1993 Ertekin distribution method stiffness VLF equation Journal of Ship...
Journal of Ship Research 35 (03): 183–190.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1991-35-3-183
Published: 01 September 1991
... & Gas vertical drift force september 1991 Computation elevation ship research drift force body surface convergence equation amplitude free-surface elevation velocity potential exciting force spheroid interaction Journal of Ship Research, Vol. 35, No. 3, Sept. 1991, pp. 183-190 Journal...
Journal of Ship Research 33 (02): 84–92.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1989-33-2-84
Published: 01 June 1989
.... Tabulated and graphical results are provided for added mass and damping coefficients of various spheroids undergoing motions in six degrees of freedom. Graphs are also provided for exciting forces and moments corresponding to a range of incoming wave angles. 1 6 1989 1 6 1989 1989. The...
Journal of Ship Research 32 (04): 238–245.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1988-32-4-238
Published: 01 December 1988
... and an integral equation method is utilized. To obtain the exciting force the three-dimensional diffraction potential is temporarily maintained during the derivation and finally replaced by the two-dimensional one. Neglecting the surge motion, five modes motions are obtained. The validity of the...
Journal of Ship Research 32 (03): 177–185.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1988-32-3-177
Published: 01 September 1988
... source rotary inertia exciting force application shape function industrial conglomerate general dynamic shape function timoshenko beam structure-borne noise beam element wave number vibration Journal of Ship Research, Vol. 32, No. 3, Sept. 1988, pp. 177-185 General Dynamic Shape Functions...
Journal of Ship Research 30 (03): 153–158.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1986-30-3-153
Published: 01 September 1986
...John Grue The time-periodic pressure loading, added mass, damping, and exciting forces on a horizontal submerged circular cylinder in a current are examined. The fluid layer is infinitely deep and the motion is two-dimensional. The boundary-value problem is solved by applying a source distribution...
Journal of Ship Research 30 (02): 103–122.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1986-30-2-103
Published: 01 June 1986
... Architects and Marine Engineers Upstream Oil & Gas harmonic wave low frequency amplitude relation water depth exciting force expression cross section frequency oscillation ship research conservation spectrum subsea system approximation free surface coefficient second-order...
Journal of Ship Research 29 (02): 105–111.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1985-29-2-105
Published: 01 June 1985
...P. D. Sclavounos Expressions are derived for the heave and pitch exciting force and moment on a ship advancing in waves. They are obtained in the form of an integral over the ship axis of the outer source strength of the reverse-flow radiation problem multiplied by the value of the incident-wave...
Journal of Ship Research 28 (02): 141–150.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1984-28-2-141
Published: 01 June 1984
... frequency incident wave ship research assumption equation wavelength heave forward speed great lake bulk carrier ship excitation exciting force midship vibration Journal of Ship Research, Vol. 28, No. 2, June 1984, pp. 141-150 Wave-Induced Hull Vibrations: An Experimental and Theoretical...
Journal of Ship Research 28 (01): 29–47.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1984-28-1-29
Published: 01 March 1984
.... In the short-wavelength limit, existing theories are recovered and the singularity that is present in the limit from oblique to head incidence is removed. Computations are included for the pressure and the sectional exciting force distributions, the wave elevation, and the vertical exciting force and...
Journal of Ship Research 26 (01): 38–44.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1982-26-1-38
Published: 01 March 1982
... sustainability numerical method Artificial Intelligence frequency calculation incident wave Computation source strength function ship research amplitude body surface exciting force power absorption sustainable development renewable energy wavelength buoy wave amplitude equation resonance...
Journal of Ship Research 25 (02): 141–145.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1981-25-2-141
Published: 01 June 1981
... cylinder cylinder sustainable development renewable energy power extraction device exciting force power extraction vertical circular cylinder exp deepwater wave condition wave condition geometry equation requirement wave power extraction sustainability average rate ship research amplitude...
Journal of Ship Research 24 (02): 74–84.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1980-24-2-74
Published: 01 June 1980
... forces. (b) The hydrodynamic loads acting on the ship when the ship is restrained from performing oscillations and there are incident regular sinusoidal waves. These loads will be called wave excitation forces. Due to linearity, the forces obtained in (a) and (b) can be added to give the resulting...
Journal of Ship Research 23 (02): 127–139.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1979-23-2-127
Published: 01 June 1979
... this second-order problem is given in terms of three auxiliary potentials, each satisfying a separate part of the boundary conditions. For zero forward speed, the sectional exciting force is calculated and compared with the commonly used integrand of the Khaskind relations. The two give different...
Journal of Ship Research 22 (01): 1–19.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1978-22-1-1
Published: 01 March 1978
...Theodore A. Loukakis; Paul D. Scfavounos The application of the dynamical theory to the problem of a ship moving with constant forward speed on a free surface has been extended to include the exciting forces in oblique regular waves. As a result, it has become possible to derive a new formulation...
Journal of Ship Research 18 (01): 32–45.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1974-18-1-32
Published: 01 March 1974
...Leonardo Pérez y Pérez The motions of a ship in waves are expressed as linear responses to arbitrary exciting forces by means of a convolution integral. Frequency-independent nonlinearities are considered to be part of the arbitrary forces. The method is used to numerically simulate the sway, roll...
Journal of Ship Research 14 (04): 317–328.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-1970-14-4-317
Published: 01 December 1970
... solved for the case when the ship is slender and the wavelength much greater than the water depth. Sample numerical computations of heave, pitch, and sway added mass and damping coefficients and the sway exciting force are presented. 1 12 1970 1 12 1970 1970. The Society of Naval...
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