Asking for references on planing hull's seekeeping

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  1. zhukai_hrbeu
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    zhukai_hrbeu New Member

    I am a postgraduate of Harbin Engineering University, a chinese university.
    Now I am preparing for my paper on design of planing hull, in which I have encountered a problem on lacking of references of planing hull's seaworthness.
    Many papers on planing hull which I 've readed have been cited the Zarnick,E.E.'s report,"A Nolinear Mathematical Model of a Planing Boat in Regular Waves". After seaching for a long time in my nation,I have not got it.So I look for someone's help on the boatdesign forums. If you are so kind,please send me a copy of it, I would thanks very much!
    My e-mail: zhukai_hrbeu@126.com
     
  2. Crag Cay
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    Crag Cay Senior Member

    I'm sorry I haven't got a copy either but, I believe there is a copy at the Delft Ship Hydromechanics Laboratory in Holland. Try approaching them direct for a facsimile. When searching for it, make sure you included the 'n' in nonlinear.

    Zarnick E.E (1979), 'A nonlinear mathematical model of motions of a planing boat in waves.'

    The following are other papers that incorporate Zarnicks earlier work trhat may be of interest.

    http://www.stormingmedia.co.uk/51/5188/A518801.html

    http://www.diva-portal.org/diva/getDocument?urn_nbn_se_kth_diva-91-1__fulltext.pdf

    http://www.shipmotion.com/pds/MACC2003.pdf#search="EE Zarnick nonlinear"

    http://www.ittc.ncl.ac.uk/assets/do...search="sname Publications Zarnick nonlinear"
     
  3. innomare
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    innomare Naval Architect

    There's also the paper "Seakeeping of hard chine planing hulls" from Savitski a.o. which can be purchased directly from SNAME (www.sname.org).

    Best regards,


    Bruno

    Naval Architect
     
  4. dereksireci
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    dereksireci Senior Member

    Also from SNAME

    Seakeeping Predictions for USCG Hard Chine Patrol Boat
    White, James A. Savitsky, Daniel
    L/S Paper, New York Metropolitan 6/1/1988

    On Seakeeping of Conventional and High-Speed Vessels
    Faltinsen, Odd M.
    Journal of Ship Research, Volume 37, Number 2 6/1/1993

    Resistance and Seakeeping Characteristics of Fast Transom Stern Hulls with Systematically Varied Form
    Lahtiharju, Erkki Karppinen, Toumo Hellevaara, Matti Aitta, Timo
    SNAME Transactions, Volume 99, 1991 1/1/1991
     
  5. zhukai_hrbeu
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    zhukai_hrbeu New Member

    Thanks for everyone, special appreciation for Crag Cay!
     

  6. CDBarry
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    CDBarry Senior Member

    Go to www.shipmotion.com and if necessary, leave a message with Richard Akers.

    It's a NSRDC report.

    There are also two papers by Martin that were in the 1980 or so Journal of Ship Research, www.sname.org.
     
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