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Serge Toxopeus

Team leader CFD development / Senior Researcher

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Introduction

Serge graduated in 1996 at the Ship Hydromechanics Department of Delft University of Technology with a Master's thesis on the dynamic stability and manoeuvring of planing ships. He has worked at MARIN since, first in the Ships Manoeuvring Department, with main tasks the development and improvement of mathematical manoeuvring models for surface ships and submarines and the assessment of the manoeuvrability of ships using simulations and model tests. He was actively involved in commercial projects for about eight years. Since 2007, Serge has been working at the R&D department of MARIN, and finished his PhD in 2011 on the practical application of CFD for the manoeuvring of ships. For several years, he was Research Coordinator for Manoeuvring and Nautical Studies, and is the Team leader of the R&D CFD development team.

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Publications
Paper
An eddy-viscosity model for turbulent flows of Herschel-Bulkley fluids

Mar 1, 2022

This article presents a new turbulence closure based on the k-ω SST model for predicting turbulent flows of Herschel-Bulkley fluids, including ...
Paper
Modeling of high-Re, incompressible, non-equilibrium, rough-wall boundary layers for naval applications under NATO-AVT349

Jan 3, 2022

This paper discusses the modeling activity of the NATO-STO Research Task Group AVT-349. The aim of this group is to improve the understanding and ...
Paper
The resistance of a plate moving through mud: experiments and simulations

Oct 11, 2021

Safe navigation in restricted areas is ensured, among others, by setting a minimum under keel clearance (UKC), which is the distance between the ...
Paper
And…Action! Setting the Scene for Accurate Visual CFD Comparisons Using Ray Tracing

Sep 28, 2021

Increased graphical capabilities of contemporary computer hardware make ray tracing possible for a much wider range of applications. In science, and ...
Paper
Submarine Hydrodynamics For Off-Design Conditions

Jun 2, 2021

Traditionally, submarine hydrodynamic design has focussed mainly on requirements regarding operational range, powering performance and manoeuvring ...
Paper
Ship Hydrodynamics Knowhow derived from Computational Tools - Some Examples

Jun 2, 2021

This paper discusses how the use of today’s computational tools can lead to a quick advance of the field of ship hydrodynamics, by answering long ...
Paper
Code Verification of Non-Newtonian Fluid Solvers for Single- and Two-Phase Laminar Flows

Jun 1, 2021

The presence of complex fluids in nature and industrial applications combined with the rapid growth of computer power over the past decades has led ...
Paper
Discretization Error Estimation in Subsonic, Transonic and Supersonic Flows of an Inviscid Fluid over a Bump

May 19, 2021

This paper presents a solution verification exercise for the simulation of subsonic, transonic and supersonic flows of an inviscid fluid over a ...
Paper
Solution Verification Studies of a Pressure-Based Compressible Flow Solver

Jan 11, 2021

Although considering the fluid to be incompressible is a common and valid approximation in most hydrodynamic simulations, certain phenomena like ...
Paper
Verification of BDF Time-Integration Method with Variable Step Size

Jan 11, 2021

Solution methods for systems of ordinary differential equations with variable step size base their choice for the step size on (an estimate of) the ...
Paper
Code Verification of a Pressure-Based Solver for Subsonic Compressible Flows

Oct 29, 2020

Although most flows in maritime applications can be modeled as incompressible, for certain phenomena like sloshing, slamming, and cavitation, this ...
Paper
Overview of the 2018 Workshop on Iterative Errors in Unsteady Flow Simulations

Jun 1, 2020

Two workshops were held at the ASME V&V Symposiums of 2017 and 2018 dedicated to Iterative Errors in Unsteady Flow Simulations. The focus was on the ...
Paper
On the Interpretation and Scope of the V&V 20 Standard for Verification and Validation in Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer

May 20, 2020

The goal of this paper is to summarize and clarify the scope and interpretation of the validation procedure presented in the V&V20-2009 ASME ...
Paper
On the Role of Discretization Errors in the Quantification of Parameter Uncertainties

May 20, 2020

The independence of numerical and parameter uncertainties is investigated for the flow around the KVLCC2 tanker at Re = 4.6 × 106 using the ...
Paper
AVT-301 Workshop on hydrodynamic flow around a submarine at straight flight and at incidence

Oct 7, 2019

CFD techniques and HPC resources have now advanced to a level that time-dependent simulations of manoeuvring partially- or fully-submerged bodies ...
Paper
Dissecting the aerodynamics of Morpho butterfly flight using various turbulence models

Oct 1, 2019

Morpho butterflies are among the largest flying insects, boasting a wing that can reach 20 centimetres in span. Such characteristic allows these ...
Paper
Assessing ReFRESCO Compressible Single Phase Flow Solver Numerical Robustness

Sep 30, 2019

For must numerical simulations done in naval and offshore applications considering the fluids to be incompressible is a valid and reasonable ...
Paper
Estimating Berthing Performance of Twin Shaft Ship by means of CFD

Sep 22, 2019

Estimating ship low-speed manoeuvrability is a crucial and challeng-ing task especially in early design sign stage. It is essential in case of ...
Paper
Evaluation of RANS and SRS methods for simulation of the flow around a circular cylinder in the sub-critical regime

Jul 3, 2019

This work investigates the modelling accuracy of distinct Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) equations and Scale-Resolving Simulation (SRS) ...
Paper
Code to code comparison for the simulation of the flow around the NACA 23012 airfoil

Jul 1, 2019

This paper presents the simulation of the two-dimensional flow of an incompressible fluid around the NACA 23012 airfoil. The selected angle of ...
Paper
Numerical Errors in Unsteady Flow Simulations

Jun 7, 2019

This article discusses numerical errors in unsteady flow simulations, which may include round-off, statistical, iterative, and time and space ...
Paper
Shallow-water effects in ship model testing and at full scale

May 19, 2019

This paper addresses shallow-water ship model testing, and the determination of water depth effects on ship resistance. It is shown how effects of ...
Paper
Numerical and parameter uncertainties: are they independent?

May 17, 2019

In the Validation procedure proposed by the ASME V&V 20 Standard, the quantification of the modeling error of mathematical models solved by ...
Paper
Application of a coupled level set and volume of fluid method for unsteady simulations with an unstructured flow solver

May 13, 2019

In this paper, a Coupled Level Set and Volume of Fluid surface capturing method is evaluated alongside the standard Volume of Fluid method against ...
Paper
Assessment of Computational Fluid Dynamic for Surface Combatant 5415 at Straight Ahead and Static Drift β = 20 deg

May 1, 2019

Collaboration is described on assessment of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) predictions for surface combatant model 5415 at static drift ...
Paper
Bank effects for KVLCC2

Mar 1, 2019

A study is presented on ship–bank interaction effects in which viscous-flow solvers are used to predict the hydrodynamic forces and moments on the ...
Paper
CFD, potential flow and system-based simulations of fully appended free running 5415M in calm water and waves

Dec 4, 2018

The seakeeping ability of ships is one of the aspects that needs to be assessed during the design phase of ships. Traditionally, potential flow ...
Paper
Code Verification exercise for 2D Poiseuille flow with non-Newtonian fluid

Sep 30, 2018

Safe navigation in port and waterways is ensured by setting a minimum distance between the ship’s keel and the bottom, known as the under keel ...
Paper
Application of the SIMPLE Algorithm to a Manufactured Subsonic Flow

Sep 30, 2018

In general, numerical flow simulations in naval and offshore industries consider the fluids to be incompressible, i.e., with constant density. ...
Paper
On the Role of Iterative Errors in Unsteady Flow Simulations

Sep 30, 2018

Simulation of (statistically) unsteady flows is no longer an exceptional task in Engineering applications. For wall bounded (turbulent) flows at ...
Paper
Evaluation of a Coupled Level Set and Volume of Fluid Method for Unstructured Meshes

Sep 30, 2018

A model for free surface flows has been developped for fully unstructured CFD solvers, coupling a Volume of Fluid (VOF) method (Hirt et al. 1981) ...
Paper
A Verification and Validation Study of CFD Simulations for the Flow Around A Tug

Oct 3, 2017

An important vessel for the operational process in a harbour is the tug, a vessel built for the specific purpose of quickly manoeuvring larger ...
Paper
Code Verification Exercise of a Navier-Stokes Solver for Compressible Flows in the Laminar and Subsonic Regimes

Oct 3, 2017

Many of the flows of interest to the naval and offshore industries deal with fluids that are usually assumed to be incompressible, i.e. their ...
Paper
On The Design Of Block Preconditioners For Maritime Engineering

May 15, 2017

The iterative error can be an important part of the total numerical error of any Computational Fluid Dynamics simulation when the iterative ...
Paper
RANS-based full-scale power predictions for a general cargo vessel, and comparison with sea-trial results

May 15, 2017

Blind self-propulsion predictions for the 2016 LR Workshop on Ship Scale Hydrodynamic Computer Simulation have been carried out to simulate the full ...
Magazine
Submarine hydrodynamics - from concept to operations

Nov 22, 2016

Reading time 6 minutes

Over the last decade, the research capabilities for submarines have increased significantly. MARIN answers hydrodynamic questions from the early ...
Paper
Study on the onset and development of the three-dimensional separation around a diamond wing with incompressible flow solvers

Oct 1, 2016

One of the challenges in simulating aerodynamic flows is the accurate prediction of onset and progression of separation. In earlier STO research, it ...
Paper
Calculation of hydrodynamic interaction forces on a ship entering a Lock using CFD

May 23, 2016

Estimation of hydrodynamic interaction forces experienced by a ship entering a lock plays an important role in the initial design phase of the lock. ...
Paper
A computational study of the flow around the KVLCC2 model hull at straight ahead conditions and at drift

May 15, 2016

The flow around the KVLCC2 model tanker hull at 0°, 12° and 30° drift is investigated using classical Reynolds Averaged Navier–Stokes (RANS) models ...
Paper
On code verification of RANS solvers

Apr 1, 2016

This article discusses Code Verification of Reynolds-Averaged Navier Stokes (RANS) solvers that rely on face based finite volume discretizations for ...
Paper
KCS Added Resistance for Variable Heading

Dec 1, 2015

Experiments, CFD and PF studies are performed for the KCS containership advancing at Froude number 0.26 in calm water and regular waves. The ...
Paper
Bank Effects for KVLCC2

Nov 5, 2015

A study is presented on ship-bank interaction effects in which viscous-flow solvers are used to predict the hydrodynamic forces and moments on the ...
Paper
CFD and Potential Flow Simulations of Fully Appended Free Running 5415M in Irregular Waves

Nov 5, 2015

The capabilities of CFD and PF methods are assessed for course keeping of 5415M advancing at a Froude number of 0.248 in irregular waves with ...
Paper
Experiments and Computations for KCS Added Resistance for Variable Heading

Nov 5, 2015

Experiments, CFD and PF studies are performed for the KCS containership advancing at Froude number 0.26 in calm water and regular waves. The ...
Paper
Verification and Validation of CFD for Surface Combatant 5415 for Straight Ahead and 20 Degree Static Drift Conditions

Nov 5, 2015

Collaboration is described on verification and validation of CFD for surface combatant model 5415 for static drift β=0 and 20 degrees using recent ...
Paper
Experimental and Numerical Investigations on Flow Characteristics of the KVLCC2 at 30° Drift Angle

Nov 3, 2015

Investigations of flow characteristics around ship hulls at large drift angle are very important for understanding the motion behavior of ships ...
Magazine
MARIN assists clients in improving the hydrodynamic performance of submarines

Aug 21, 2015

Reading time 3 minutes

Numerical computations are increasingly used to assess submarine designs.
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Calculation of ship-ship and ship-port structure internaction using CFD

Aug 21, 2015

Reading time 3 minutes

Carrying out fast and reliable calculations of hydrodynamic interaction forces is a vital part of MARIN's work. A recent project highlights this.
Paper
On The Numerical Requirements Of RANS And Hybrid Turbulence Models

Jun 16, 2015

The evaluation of different mathematical models for the prediction of turbulent flows depends on the ability to reduce the numerical error to ...
Paper
CFD, Potential Flow and System-Based Simulations of Fully Appended Free Running 5415M in Calm Water and Waves

Jun 16, 2015

The seakeeping ability of ships is one of the aspects that needs to be assessed during the design phase of ships. Traditionally, potential flow ...
Paper
Chaotic Linear Equation-System Solvers For Unsteady CFD

Jun 15, 2015

A Chaotic Iterative Method, which is a form of totally asynchronous linear equation-system solver, is implemented within an open-source framework. ...
Paper
Verification of Solutions in Unsteady Flows

May 11, 2015

This presentation discusses the Verification of Unsteady Reynolds-Averaged Navier Stokes (RANS) computations.
Paper
Incompressible flow calculations around a diamond wing

Mar 30, 2015

One of the challenges in simulating aerodynamic flows is the accurate prediction of onset and progression of separation. In earlier STO research, it ...
Paper
Incompressible flow calculations of blunt leading edge separation for a 53 degree swept diamond wing

Jan 5, 2015

One of the challenges in simulating aerodynamic flows is the accurate prediction of onset and progression of separation. In earlier STO research, it ...
Paper
A Computational Study of the Flow around the KVLCC2 Model Hull at Straight Ahead Conditions and at Drift

Nov 2, 2014

The flow around the KVLCC2 model tanker hull at 0°, 12° and 30° drift is here investigated using classical Reynoldsaveraged Navier-Stokes (RANS) ...
Paper
Numerical Uncertainty Estimation in Maritime CFD Applications

Jul 22, 2014

The results of a numerical uncertainty estimation procedure are presented for a variety of industrial CFD applications with a finite volume RaNS ...
Paper
Improvement Of Resistance And Wake Field Of An Underwater Vehicle By Optimising The Fin-Body Junction Flow With CFD

Jun 8, 2014

To control underwater vehicles appendages such as rudders or fins are generally used. These appendages induce added resistance and deteriorate the ...
Paper
Code Verification of ReFRESCO with a Statistically Periodic Manufactured Solution

Jun 8, 2014

This paper presents a Code Verification study performed with the unsteady ensemble-averaged Navier-Stokes (URANS) solver ReFRESCO using the Method ...
Paper
Adaptive Mesh Refinement in Viscous Flow Solvers: Refinement in the Near-wall Region, Implementation and Verification

Sep 2, 2013

MARIN's viscous flow code ReFRESCO is used in a daily routine to analyze the flow around offshore constructions, ships and propellers. ReFRESCO ...
Paper
Optimisation of Resistance and Towed Stability of an Offshore Going Barge With CFD

Jun 17, 2013

For the transport of large structures over sea, offshore going barges are one of the preferred means of transportation. The resistance and towed ...
Paper
Investigation of water depth and basin wall effects on KVLCC2 in manoeuvring motion using viscous-flow calculations

May 21, 2013

The objective of the NATO AVT-161 working group is to assess the capability of computational tools to aid in the design of air, land and sea ...
Paper
Viscous-Flow Calculations For KVLCC2 In Deep And Shallow Water

May 1, 2013

In the SIMMAN 2008 workshop, the capability of CFD tools to predict the flow around manoeuvring ships has been investigated. It was decided to ...
Paper
A computational study of shallow-water effects on ship viscous resistance

Aug 27, 2012

Double-body viscous flow computations have been made for 4 ships of very different proportions, for model and full scale, each in several water ...
Paper
Collaborative CFD Exercise for a Submarine in a Steady Turn

Jul 3, 2012

The application of viscous-flow solvers to calculate the forces on ship hulls in oblique motion has been studied for a long time. However, only a ...
Paper
Workshop On Verification And Validation Of CFD For Offshore Flows

Jul 1, 2012

This document introduces the Workshop on Verification and Validation (V&V) of CFD for Offshore Flows, to be held during OMAE2012. It presents a ...
Paper
SIMPLE-type preconditioners for cell-centered, colocated finite volume discretization of incompressible Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes equations

May 1, 2012

This paper contains a comparison of four SIMPLE‐type methods used as solver and as preconditioner for the iterative solution of the ...
Paper
Manoeuvring and Seakeeping Tests for 5415M

Oct 12, 2011

In this paper, an extensive measurement campaign conducted within the WEAG THALES project will be presented. During this project, free sailing ...
Paper
CFD, potential flow, and system-based simulations of course keeping in calm water and seakeeping in regular waves for 5415m

Oct 12, 2011

CFD, potential flow and system-based methods are validated for ship course keeping in calm water and seakeeping in waves. In calm water, a ...
Paper
Viscous-Flow Calculations For KVLCC2 In Manoeuvring Motion In Deep And Shallow Water

Oct 12, 2011

The objective of the NATO AVT-161 working group is to assess the capability of computational tools to aid in the design of air, land and sea ...
Paper
Viscous-Flow Calculations For KVLCC2 In Deep And Shallow Water

Sep 28, 2011

In the SIMMAN 2008 workshop, the capability of CFD tools to predict the fow around manoeuvring ships has been investigated. It was decided to ...
Paper
Adaptive Mesh Refinement In MARIN's Viscous Flow Solver ReFRESCO: Implementation And Application To Steady Flow

Sep 28, 2011

Currently MARIN’s viscous flow solver ReFRESCO is being improved by adding an adaptive meshing strategy. The method considers the mesh as an ...
Paper
Viscous Flow Effects Of Passing Ships In Ports

Jun 20, 2011

This paper presents a method to compute the effect of passing ships on moored ships. The method is in principle based on the method originally ...
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Practical Application of Viscous-flow Calculations for the Simulation of Manoeuvring Ships

May 9, 2011

The present work was initiated in order to improve traditional manoeuvring simulations based on empirical equations to model the forces and moments ...
Paper
On the modeling of passing ship effects

Apr 22, 2011

This paper presents a method to compute the effect of passing ships on moored ships. The method is in principle based on the method originally ...
Paper
Using CFD Calculations To Improve Predictions Of Ship Manoeuvres

Mar 22, 2011

Manoeuvring simulation programs are generally based on empiric formulae derived from databases consisting of model test results obtained in the ...
Paper
Calculation of bottom clearance effects on Walrus submarine hydrodynamics

Dec 31, 2010

Due to changes in operations, the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN) is operating its submarines increasingly in brown water regions (i.e., waters with ...
Paper
A Verification And Validation Exercise For The Flow Over A Backward Facing Step

Jun 14, 2010

This paper presents Solution Verification and Validation exercises for the flow over a backward facing step. Two completely different flow solvers ...
Paper
Calculation Of Manoeuvring Forces On Submarines Using Two Viscous-Flow Solvers

Jun 6, 2010

Submersibles used for exploration, maintenance and naval warfare have to be both manoeuvrable and easy to control. Simulation of the trajectory for ...
Paper
Code Verification, Solution Verification And Validation In RANS Solvers

Jun 6, 2010

The maturing of CFD codes for practical calculations of complex turbulent flows implies the need to establish the credibility of the results by ...
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New stereo-PIV system proves a valuable tool for flow measurements

Dec 24, 2009

Reading time 6 minutes

Stereo Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) is an advanced measuring technique for obtaining 3D velocity information in a plane. PIV can be used to ...
Paper
Calculation Of Current Or Manoeuvring Forces Using A Viscous-Flow Solver

Jun 1, 2009

To investigate the capabilities of using a viscous-flow solver to calculate current or manoeuvring forces on ship hulls, calculations have been ...
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FreSCo successfully predicts flow around submarine hull

Jan 29, 2009

Reading time 3 minutes

Safety of a submarine and its crew is paramount. To understand and predict a submarine's behaviour in extreme conditions, insight into hydrodynamics ...
Paper
Viscous-flow calculations for bare hull DARPA SUBOFF submarine at incidence

Dec 17, 2008

As part of a multi-nation study regarding CFD validation, conducted by the Submarine Hydrodynamics Working Group, viscous-flow calculations on the ...
Paper
The numerical friction line

Nov 1, 2008

This paper presents a study on the numerical calculation of the friction resistance coefficient of an infinitely thin plate as a function of the ...
Paper
Deriving mathematical manoeuvring models for bare ship hulls using viscous flow calculations

Jul 23, 2008

To assess the manoeuvrability of ships at the early design stage, reliable simulation models are required. Traditionally, these tools have used ...
Paper
Comparison of manoeuvring simulation programs for SIMMAN test cases

Apr 14, 2008

This paper presents comparisons of manoeuvring predictions using several in-house manoeuvring simulation programs available at MARIN. Predictions ...
Paper
Deriving mathematical manoeuvring models for bare hull ships using viscous-flow calculations

Jun 23, 2007

In the present paper, the work conducted by the author regarding efficient determination of hydrodynamic coefficients for manoeuvring ships within ...
Paper
Verification of RANS solvers with manufactured solutions

May 30, 2007

This paper discusses code verification of Reynolds-Averaged Navier Stokes (RANS) solvers with the method of manufactured solutions (MMS). Examples ...
Paper
Calculation of hydrodynamic manoeuvring coefficients using viscous-flow calculations

Oct 4, 2006

In the present paper, the work conducted by the author regarding implementation and improvement of efficient calculation of hydrodynamic ...
Paper
Validation of slender-body method for prediction of linear manoeuvring coefficients

Oct 4, 2006

Validation of slender-body method for prediction of linear manoeuvring coefficients using experiments and viscous-flow calculationsThis paper ...
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On the relation between flow behaviour and the lateral force distribution acting on a ship in oblique motion

Mar 1, 2006

This paper presents the results of a research project focussed on the simulation of the viscous flow fields around five vessels sailing at a ...
Paper
Calculation of the flow around the KVLCC2M tanker

Dec 2, 2005

The flow around the double-body KVLCC2M tanker is computed in grids with H-O topology. First the zerodrift angle case is considered. Two turbulence ...
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CFD versus model tests, which one will be the winner?

Sep 1, 2005

Reading time 6 minutes

IHC, Ballast HAM (now Van Oord), Boskalis and MARIN, initiated the HOppers in Shallow WAter (HOSWA) project when they realised there may be a glut ...
Paper
Project Energy-saving air-Lubricated Ships (PELS)

May 23, 2005

For the majority of current ships sailing, the dominant part of the resistance is due to friction with the surrounding water, see the grey area in ...
Paper
Verification and validation of calculations of the viscous flow around KVLCC2M in oblique motion

Mar 1, 2005

Viscous-flow calculations have been conducted for the KVLCC2M hull form in oblique motion. Several different drift angles were considered in this ...
Paper
Validation of calculations of the viscous flow around a ship in oblique motion

Oct 26, 2004

The capability of the viscous-flow solver PARNASSOS to simulate the flow around a ship in steady oblique motion has been studied. To obtain insight ...
Paper
Simulation and validation of the viscous flow around the Series 60 hull form at 10° drift angle

Oct 5, 2004

This paper presents viscous-flow calculations conducted on the Series 60 hull form sailing at a drift angle. In order to examine the reliability of ...
Paper
A Verification Exercise for Two 2-D Steady Incompressible Turbulent Flows

Aug 1, 2004

This paper presents the main results of a detailed Verification study performed for two 2-D, steady, incompressible, turbulent flows taken from the ...
Paper
Hydrodynamics of large motor yachts: Past experience and future developments

Jun 1, 2004

The paper reviews the trends in tested designs over the last 15 years and highlights the lessons learned in the course of a long history of tests at ...
Paper
Propeller - diesel engine interaction in a turn

Mar 16, 2004

In this paper the simulation results of a ship mobility model are presented. This model consists of an elaborate propulsion model (diesel engine, ...
Paper
Manoeuvring assessment in concept ship design

Jun 2, 2003

The art of ship design is to find the best design compromise suitable for the ship's task and its operations, taking the performance, initial ...
Paper
Manoeuvring of megayachts: performance through model testing

Sep 30, 2002

For luxury motor yachts, aesthetics, comfort and operability are of major moortance. Designers and shipyards have to meet the challenge of reali ...
Paper
Manoeuvring aspects of fast ships with pods

Sep 14, 2002

Currently an increasing number of modern ships is equipped with podded propulsors. Advantages are the possibility to use a diesel-electric ...
Paper
An Evaluation of Verification Procedures for CFD Applications

Jul 8, 2002

The study presented in this paper is a contribution to the establishment of a reliable procedure for verification of numerical simulations of ...
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Mission based hydrodynamic design of a hydrographic survey vessel

Sep 16, 2001

This paper presents the requirements and design for a new hydrographic survey vessel for the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN). Based on the mission of ...
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The effect of bowshape on the seakeeping performance of a fast monohull

Sep 1, 2001

In the earlier publications on the Enlarged Ship Concept (ESC) attention has already been given to the possibilities of improving the seakeeping ...
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Queen of the North Atlantic

Apr 1, 2001

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In succession to their famous passenger liners Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth, Cunard Line has developed plans for another fast ocean liner, Queen ...
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A Tug & barge system for sea and river service

Oct 1, 2000

In 1997, Marine Heavy Lift Partners (MHLP) and the consultancy firm MARVECO discussed with the Maritime Research Institute Netherlands (MARIN) the ...
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Challenge of the shallows

Jun 1, 2000

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In decreasing water depths, resistance and propulsion characteristics change significantly, as do a ship's steering and manoeuvring characteristics. ...
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Computerized PMM approach for Esso Osaka

Sep 1, 1998

For the investigation of the manoeuvring behaviour of surface ships MARIN has developed a computerised Planar Motion Mechanism system (PMM) that can ...
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Prediction of crabbing in the early design stage

Sep 1, 1998

Crabbing is the ability of ships to move sideways without having a forward speed. Crabbing can be induced by the use of a combination of main ...
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Hydrodynamic manoeuvring aspects of planing craft

Sep 1, 1998

To get a better insight in hydrodynamic forces and moments acting on a planing hull during a manoeuvre in the horizontal plane oscillation runs have ...
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Dynamic stability of planing ships

Feb 1, 1997

At present, most of the dynamic research on planing ships has been directed towards analysing the ship's motions in either the 3-DOF (Degrees ...
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The Effect of Mud on Tanker Manoeuvres

Apr 1, 1983

In 1976 the Netherlands Ministry of Transport and Public Works ordered the Netherlands Ship Model Basin to investigate the effect of a layer of mud ...

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