Wave response at zero speed

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  1. Navall
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    Navall New Member

    Hi all!

    I need to calculate the wave response (heave,pitch,roll) of a capesize bulk carrier at a sea state of approximately 1.5~2m significant wave height at shallow waters(?). The ship depth is 20m and the sea-to-seabed depth is 20m.

    Does anyone know if there is any software to calculate wave responses at zero speed (at shallow waters)?


    Maxsurf is not good in that for sure....
     
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  2. Ad Hoc
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    When you say calculate...do you mean by hand or using software?

    To establish ROAs is not a straight fwd calculation. However there are enough design guides of added mass and shaped hulls etc in order to get a "feel" for the response. But the calculations are lengthy and somewhat tedious. But must be calibrated against known data of equivalent vessels for better accuracy.
     
  3. gonzo
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    If the ship depth is 20m and the sea-to-seabed depth is 20m, the ship is aground. Are you trying to calculate how the ship will pound on the bottom?
     
  4. Navall
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    Navall New Member

    @Ad Hoc:
    Hand calculation could be an option if they provide adequate results. Do you know any such method?
    However, I mainly focus on finding the appropriate software for wave responses at zero speed and shallow(?) water.




    @GONZO: The ship is not aground. Her draft is less than the depth of course (i.e. D=20m, Tmax=18.2m). I am trying to clalculate the UKC.
     
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  6. Leo Lazauskas
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    There are several programs that can do that, e.g. AQWA, GL Rankine,
    MOSES, OCTOPUS, PDStrip, and WAMIT.

    The attached paper by Gourlay et al compares their performance for a range
    of speeds (including zero) for two panamax (and one post-panamax) container
    ships in shallow water.
     

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