Twenty-Third Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics
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"Vive la Revolution!" was the theme of the Twenty-Third Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics held in Val de Reuil, France, from September 17-22, 2000 as more than 140 experts in ship design, construction, and operation came together to exchange naval research developments. The forum encouraged both formal and informal discussion of presented papers, and the occasion provides an opportunity for direct communication between international peers.

This book includes sixty-three papers presented at the symposium which was organized jointly by the Office of Naval Research, the National Research Council (Naval Studies Board), and the Bassin d'Essais des Carènes. This book includes the ten topical areas discussed at the symposium: wave-induced motions and loads, hydrodynamics in ship design, propulsor hydrodynamics and hydroacoustics, CFD validation, viscous ship hydrodynamics, cavitation and bubbly flow, wave hydrodynamics, wake dynamics, shallow water hydrodynamics, and fluid dynamics in the naval context.


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1024 pages | 8.5 X 11
ISBN: 978-0-309-25467-0

Table of Contents

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Front Matter i-xix
Modern Seakeeping Computations for Ships 1-45
Forces, Moment and Wave Pattern for Naval Combatant in Regular Head Waves 46-65
New Green-Function Method to Predict Wave-Induced Ship Motions and Loads 66-81
Validation of Time-Domain Prediction of Motion, Sea Load, and Hull Pressure of a Frigate in Regular Waves 82-97
Ship motions and loads in large waves 98-111
Prediction of Vertical-Plane Wave Loading and Ship Responses in High Seas 112-125
Basic Studies of Water on Deck 126-142
Second Order Waves Generated by Ship Motions 143-156
Prediction of Nonlinear Motions of High-speed Vessels in Oblique Waves 157-170
Optimizing Turbulence Generation for Controlling Pressure Recovery in Submarine Launchways 171-180
Steady-State Hydrodynamics of High-Speed Vessels with a Transom Stern 191-205
Practical CFD Applications to Design of a Wave Cancellation Multihull Ship 206-222
Simulation of Ship Maneuvers Using Recursive Neural Networks 223-242
Flow- and Wave-Field Optimization of Surface Combatants Using CFD-Based Optimization Methods 243-261
Propulsor Design Using Clebsch Formulation 284-300
Unsteady Flow Quantities on Two-Dimensional Foils: Experimental and Numerical Results 301-313
Hydrofoil Turbulent Boundary Layer Separation at High Reynolds Numbers 314-329
Pressure Fluctuation on Finite Flat Plate above Wing in Sinusoidal Gust 330-341
Control of the Turbulent Wake of an Appended Streamlined Body 342-354
Investigation of Global and Local Flow Details by a Fully Three-dimensional Seakeeping Method 355-367
Prediction of Wave Pressure and Loads on Actual Ships by the Enhanced Unifed Theory 368-384
Frequency Domain Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Forward Speed Radiation by Ships 385-401
Validation of High Reynolds Number, Unsteady Multi-Phase CFD Modeling for Naval Applications 423-440
Free Surface Viscous Flow Computation Around A Transom Stern Ship By Chimera Overlapping Scheme 441-456
Validation of Tab Assisted Control Surface Computation 474-484
Experimental And Numerical Investigation Of The Flow Around The Appendices Of A Whitbread 60 Sailing Yacht 485-492
Propeller Wake Analysis by Means of PIV 493-510
Experimental and Numerical Investigation of the Unsteady Flow around a Propeller 511-526
Simulation of Incompressible Viscous Flow Around a Ducted Propeller Using a RANS Equation Solver 527-539
On Submerged Stagnation Points and Bow Vortices Generation 540-552
Numerical Prediction of Scale Effects in Ship Stern Flows with Eddy-Viscosity Turbulence Models 553-568
The Experimental and Numerical Study of Flow Structure and Water Noise Caused by Roughness of the Body 569-578
Large-Eddy Simulations of Turbulent Wake Flows 579-598
Instability of Partial Cavitation: A Numerical/Experimental Approach 599-615
An Unsteady Three-Dimensional Euler Solver Coupled with a Cavitating Propeller Analysis Method 616-638
On the Flow Structure, Tip Leakage Cavitation Inception and Associated Noise 639-653
An Experimental Investigation of Cavitation Inception and Development of Partial Sheet Cavities on Two - Dimensional 654-669
Modeling 3D unsteady sheet cavities using a coupled UnRANS-BEM code 670-686
Ship Wake Detectability in the Ocean Turbulent Environment 687-703
An Experimental and Computational Study of the Effects of Propulsion on the Free-Surface Flow Astern of Model 5415 704-712
Breaking Waves in the Ocean and around Ships 713-745
Numerical and Experimental Study of the Wave Breaking Generated by a Submerged Hydrofoil 746-761
The Numerical Simulation of Ship Waves Using Cartesian Grid Methods 762-779
Radiation Loads on a Cylinder Oscillating in Pycnocline 780-791
Wave Resistance Computations - A Comparison of Different Approaches 792-804
Computation of Nonlinear Turbulent Free Surface Flows Using the Parallel Uncle Code 805-819
Submarine manoeuvrability assessment using Computational Fluid Dynamic tools 820-832
Simulation of UUV Recovery Hydrodynamics 833-847
Reynolds-Averaged Modeling of High-Froude-Number Free-Surface Jets 848-862
On Roll Hydrodynamics of Cylinders Fitted with Bilge Keels 863-881
Combining Accuracy and Effciency with Robustness in Ship Stern Flow Computation 882-896
An Unstructured Multielement Solution Algorithm for Complex Geometry Hydrodynamic Simulations 897-909
Ship Stern Flow Calculations on Overlapping Composite Grids 910-926
Study on the Prediction of Flow Characteristics Around a Ship Hull 927-940
Analysis of Turbulence Free-Surface Flow around Hulls in Shallow Water Channel by a Level-set Method 941-956
A Design Tool for High Speed Ferries Washes 957-967
Flow Around Ships Sailing in Shallow Water - Experimental and Numerical Results 968-982
Ship Stability Study in the Coastal Region: New Coastal Wave Model Coupled with a Dynamic Stability Model 983-992
Waves and Forces Caused by Oscillation of a Floating Body Determined through a Unified Nonlinear Shallow-Water Theory 993-1005
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