Extreme ship motions in coastal waters

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Statementby G. Aertssen.
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LC ClassificationsVM161 .A37
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Pagination13 l.
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In order to decrease such accidents, the noored ship notions in a harbor basin must be studied. In this paper the ship notions in the harbor basin are investigated by using three dimensional Green's function and close agreement between theoretical and experimental results Extreme ship motions in coastal waters book be found.

New methods to reduce noored ship motion are also by: 8. The book ends with a description of SWAN (Simulating Waves Nearshore), the preferred computer model of the engineering community for predicting waves in coastal waters.

Illustrations from the book. MAIN PARTICULARS OF SHIP OF FIG. 1 L m B m 7", even keel m A 18, t LCG L abaft midships Radius of gyration L WAVES When dealing with wave induced motions of a ship in shallow and restricted waters it Cited by: - 1 - MOTION AND SEASICKNESS OF FAST WARSHIPS J.

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Físicas, UCM 3 Dep. Informática y Automática, UNED ABSTRACT In this paper the coupling between the sea, the ship and humans is studied. 20 Keywords: moored ship, wave-ship interactions, wave scattering, hydrodynamic loads, non-hydrostatic, 21 SWASH 22 1. Introduction 23 A ship that is moored in a harbour or coastal region is subject to the local wave eld, which may cause 24 the moored ship to move.

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