EFD or CFD results for Conventional hull forms

Discussion in 'Hydrodynamics and Aerodynamics' started by ironmanhood, Aug 28, 2013.

  1. ironmanhood
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    ironmanhood Junior Member

    Hi everyone...

    I'm looking for Experimental or computational results( Roll decay, Forced roll test...) of roll damping prediction for typical hull forms like KVLCC1 or KVLCC2 ...
    Can anyone recommend me a good reference ?
     
  2. lava12005
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    There is a roll decay test on DTMB5415 which was used in Gothenburg 2010 workshop.
    "Towing tank tests for surface combatant for coupled pitch and heave and free roll decay motions"
     
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    Thank you so much,
    Are the validation results shared like in the Gothenberg 2000 and SIMMAN workshops? if so, could you please send me a link or the paper itself??
     

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