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Paper presented at the SNAME 21st Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium, March 15–16, 2013
Paper Number: SNAME-CSYS-2013-009
... THE 21st CHESAPEAKE SAILING YACHT SYMPOSIUM ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, MARCH 2013 The Evolution of Design: SALTS New Sail Training Schooner Project Stephen Duff, Dept. of Architecture, University of Oregon; SALTS Sail and Life Training Society Fabio Fossati, Department of Mechanics, Politecnico di...
Paper presented at the SNAME 15th Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium, January 26, 2001
Paper Number: SNAME-CSYS-2001-011
... The sail coefficients for a schooner rig, as a function of wind angle and heel angle, are presented, based on an experimental program, for historic vessel research, at Mystic Seaport, using the 61'6" schooner Brilliant. The coefficients were determined by full-scale sailing tests and 9- scale...
Paper presented at the SNAME 9th Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium, March 11, 1989
Paper Number: SNAME-CSYS-1989-004
... commission of "PRIDE I". This program is at the core of her design. She is, in configuration, sailplan, and material, a traditional fore-topsail schooner, typical of those built in Baltimore early in the 19th Century. She is very much in appearance like the first vessel, built 1976-77, which she replaces...
Paper presented at the SNAME 3rd Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium, January 15, 1977
Paper Number: SNAME-CSYS-1977-004
.... There were rams, pungies, schooners, sloops, bugeyes, brogans, canoes, bateaux, skiffs, and scows. Of the skiffs alone, it is said that fourteen different designs were recognized on the Bay. While large numbers of these working boats and vessels have disappeared, it is only on Chesapeake Bay, of all...
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