Planning hull resistance test in towing tank

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by aziziyeng, May 27, 2010.

  1. aziziyeng
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    aziziyeng Junior Member

    Dear friends
    Do you have any reference, experience or suggestion for very small model (Lwp= 60 cm) planning hull resistance test in towing tank (without any appendage)? e.g. for bringing in shaft inclination effect on pitch motion or other considerations concern to differences with conventional hull resistance test.
    Regards
     
  2. Çemberci
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    Çemberci Senior Member

    length

    TMB 50 model chine length 1.016 metre and Delft Model 84&85 Lpx Chine Length 1.5 metre

    oktay çemberci
     
  3. samcool111
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    samcool111 Dr.

    We suggest some bigger model if the resistance is the main problem.
     

  4. vignesh
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    vignesh Junior Member

    can anyone say me why is there a hollows and humps in resistance curve?
     
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