Provided within current research extensive numerical and theoretical investigations include real maneuvering condition cases when ship-to-ship interaction phenomena play a significant role. General methodology for hydrodynamic forces and moments’ results analysis and further application within the mathematical model of marine simulators is implemented. Real conditions cases include: ship wake flow interaction with the overtaking ship; interaction between ships; speeds and transverse distance variations. Numerical investigations are carried out with the use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) methods; analysis of numerical models is completed based on the CFD codes used widely. A significant part of research is devoted to the turbulence modeling focused on flow specifics.
Hydrodynamic Interaction Forces and Moments Prediction Methodology for the Ship Behavior Prediction During the Overtaking Maneuver
Nikushchenko, Dmitry V., and Anastasia A. Zubova. "Hydrodynamic Interaction Forces and Moments Prediction Methodology for the Ship Behavior Prediction During the Overtaking Maneuver." Paper presented at the SNAME Maritime Convention and 5th World Maritime Technology Conference, Providence, Rhode Island, USA, November 2015. doi: https://doi.org/10.5957/WMTC-2015-287
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