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Paper presented at the SNAME 13th Propeller and Shafting Symposium, September 11–12, 2012
Paper Number: SNAME-PSS-2012-006
... secondary flows. Although the numerical model was able to simulate the general dynamics of sheet and gap cavitation, a more refined mesh and higher fidelity turbulence models (e.g. DES or LES) are needed to resolve the fine vortex structures in the tip, tip vortex cavitation, and the highly transient...
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Paper presented at the SNAME 8th Propeller and Shafting Symposium, September 23–24, 1997
Paper Number: SNAME-PSS-1997-19
... to validate these tools in detail for this application. One issue which limits the use ofthese codes is the high value of the Reynolds numbers of interest. Another issue is the complexity of the_ mesh required for calculations on an appended body [8]. The increase in boundary Table I: Particulars ofthe "Cdt...
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Paper presented at the SNAME Propellers '78 Symposium, May 24–25, 1978
Paper Number: SNAME-PSS-1978-015
... the validity of the chosen element type and mesh for application on propeller blades. Therefore strong tools are available to shift the disturbing boundary conditions from the blade root to the hub-shaft interface and obtain reliable information about the blade root loading and its resolution in the hub...
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Paper presented at the SNAME Propellers '75 Symposium, July 22–23, 1975
Paper Number: SNAME-PSS-1975-006
... and presentation, analysis and presentation results. Hypothetical and conventional propeller forms are analyzed in order to verify and show capabilities of the proposed techniques. calculation marine propeller application validity mesh distortion matrix atkinson propeller idealisation procedure...

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