Single Speed Optimization, Design, without pc, in towing tank to Herreshoff

Discussion in 'Hydrodynamics and Aerodynamics' started by mtumut, Oct 26, 2016.

  1. mtumut
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    mtumut Junior Member

    excellent ! which book do you advise to me to study small tank tests , analysis and synthesis ?
     
  2. TANSL
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    TANSL Senior Member

    Sorry, I do not know biography on this subject. Maybe Google could help you.
     

  3. bit
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    bit Student

    I put regressions on all the nautical forms known.
    Displacement, semi-planing or planing (62-63-64 series etc., Mono or multi).
    Performance there are notable differences.
    So it comes to define the hull based on speed forms, displacement, according to the wishes, and then it is an ideal form between existing ones.
    Model testing? My advice: "Basic Ship Propulsion", to Ghose - Gokarn, Chapter 8
    Greetings
     
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