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Paper presented at the SNAME 30th American Towing Tank Conference, October 4, 2017
Paper Number: SNAME-ATTC-2017-0020
... computationally in the final determination of CG. Figure 3. Hull and beam attached to A-frame for DTMB Model 5720 Another method for the determination of the longitudinal CG (LCG) is suspension of the model at two points: one near the bow and the second near the stern. The location of the LCG is then computed...
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Paper presented at the SNAME 29th American Towing Tank Conference, August 11–13, 2010
Paper Number: SNAME-ATTC-2010-028
... The performance of three different shaped hulls was evaluated by experiments and computations to identify a hull form that provides low calm water resistance at cruise speed while remaining dynamically stable at high speed. The target cruise speed was at a length Froude number of 0.45...
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Paper presented at the SNAME 25th American Towing Tank Conference, October 24–25, 1998
Paper Number: SNAME-ATTC-1998-001
... encouraging. reservoir simulation background grid mississippi state university computation beddhu equation intersection algorithm physics nsf engineering research center grid vector comparison journal nichol boundary taylor whitfield quadrilateral COMPARISON OF EFD AND CFD RESULTS...
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Paper presented at the SNAME 25th American Towing Tank Conference, October 24–25, 1998
Paper Number: SNAME-ATTC-1998-024
... The theoretical model and the associated computational algorithm is presented for the simulation of the linear and nonlinear motions of ships in waves of small and large steepness. The solution method is based on a three dimensional Rankine Panel Method which has been shown to be accurate...
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Paper presented at the SNAME 25th American Towing Tank Conference, October 24–25, 1998
Paper Number: SNAME-ATTC-1998-018
... computation iteration wakeff-3x solver propeller plane configuration boundary grid journal A 3-D Euler Solver and Its Application on the Analysis of Cavitating Propellers Jin Keun Choi Spyros A. Kinnas Ocean Engineering Group, Department of Civil Engineering The University of Texas at Austin...
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Paper presented at the SNAME 22nd American Towing Tank Conference, August 8–11, 1989
Paper Number: SNAME-ATTC-1989-045
... of the forces and moments is computed using three-dimensional potential theory. The body boundary condition is exact and the free-surface condition is linearized. The body surface is discretized with many surface elements and the unknown strengths of the source and sink at each surface element are assumed...

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