Anyone have copy of 1964/1976 Savitsky papers?

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  1. Çemberci
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    Papers

    Miss Karen
    to day ı am in the workshop.Tomorrow morning I will send your papersby post.
    Oktay Çemberci
     
  2. kferran
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    Savitsky papers

    Thank you Oktay! I hope I have the opportunity to return the favor someday!

    Sincerely,
    Karen
     
  3. PetterM
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    'Small craft power prediction'

    Does anyone have this as a pdf?

    Blount D.L. and Fox D.L. (1976), 'Small craft power prediction', Marine Technology, pp 14-45
     
  4. Çemberci
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    blount

    I have its paper copy.As your mail address from yor site I will send you if you want
    Oktay Çemberci
     
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  5. PetterM
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    That would be fantastic, please make it to the attention of:
    Petter Martens,
    I can scan it in and mail you back a pdf version if you want?
    Thanks again.
     
  6. Çemberci
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    papers

    Sir
    Friday I will send your papers to this address.

    BERSERK DESIGN
    PETTER MARTENS
    5428 FOLDEROYHAMN
    NORWAY
    it is right
    Oktay Çemberci
     
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    Dennisolcott

    Here is the Blount-Fox paper.
    Took me for ever to scan in, mixed up some pages first time..doh!
     

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    hello
    does anyone have "Hydrodynamic Design of Planing hulls,"
    Daniel Savitsky,
    Marine Technology, October 1964 Issue, SNAM and
    "Chapter IV Planning Craft of Modern Ships and Craft" naval Engineers Journal, Feb. 1985, Special Edition, American Society of Naval Engineers, Alexandra, VA. in pdf format?? I really need it for my final project. thanks
     
  11. indra.s
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    does anyone have a copy of "Hydrodynamic Design of Planing hulls,"
    Daniel Savitsky,
    Marine Technology, October 1964 Issue, SNAM? I really need it for my final project.
     
  12. Olav
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    indra.s,

    did you really read this thread? It might offer a solution to your request...

    Just my two cents...
     
  13. indra.s
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    olav

    My final task is to optimize the principal dimension of searider ... I only have Data LOA, B, displacement. final destination of the optimazion are searider capable of carrying special forces as much as possible and have a speed of 40 knots .. Can you help me by giving suggestion what should I do??

    regards
     
  14. Ad Hoc
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    Well, faced with the questions you have and being unable to anwser them yourself, there is only one course of action.

    Go to university, study naval architecture. Then work in shipyard/boatyard design office for several years and learn. Then you'll have a better understanding of the task that lays ahead of you.

    What you are asking for requires knowledge and experience. You wont get that in a one line answer because one does not exist.
     

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    indra.s,

    aside from Ad Hoc's advice there's actually not much to do: If you use Savitsky to predict your planing hull's resistance and if you have fixed values for beam, displacement and length the only left parameters you can play with are deadrise angle, centre of gravity, and the thrust vector of the propulsor(s). Read Savitsky's paper(s), write a little computer programme using his formulae and let it calculate as many different variants as possible and try to find a compromise between resistance at maximum speed, hump resistance and ride comfort. Finally make a check on dynamic stability, Savitsky's 1964 paper has the famous Dey/Haag graph included, but there is also more recent material by Ikeda and Katayama, Lewandowski and many others...

    What I wanted to express with my question if you had read this thread: The 1964 Savitsky paper you asked for IS POSTED HERE! Look at Çemberci's post from 8 August 2008.
     
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