High Speed Design

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by JorgenBeyer, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. JorgenBeyer
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    JorgenBeyer JorgenBeyer

    Does anyone have any papers on the matter of stepped and high speed hulls?
    I am particularly interested in IKEDA´s work: "A study of transverse stability loss on very high speed boats".

    Thanks
    Jorgen
     
  2. JorgenBeyer
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    JorgenBeyer JorgenBeyer

    I would also like to begin a discussion of analytically modelling dynamic instability like porpoising and chine-walking..

    Also, is anyone familiar with resistance modelling of twin stepped hulls? Is there a neat way to upgrade Savitsky´s model perhaps combined with Morabito´s wake theory to get a reliable speed prediction for stepped hulls?

    Jørgen
     
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    daiquiri Engineering and Design

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