AuthorsKlugt, P.G.M. van der, Walree, F. van, Pauw, P.M.
Conference/JournalHSMV 2002, Naples, Italy
DateJan 1, 2002
The HSF-Arcos project is a joint research effort of a shipyard (Van der Giessen - de Noord, GN), a research institute (Maritime Research Institute Netherlands, MARIN) and a company specialised in ship motion control (Imtech Marine & Offshore, in the following referred to as ‘Imtech’) to develop an advanced motion control system for fast ferries. The intention of the project is to enable optimisation of a fast ferry design for a specific route by taking advantage of the potential of simulation techniques and advanced motion control. Ride control is one aspect covered by the project; by including all ship motion components and by using wave information it is expected that the performance of a fast ferry in adverse weather conditions can be further improved. The paper introduces the project and reports the results of the first steps.
stability, seakeeping and ocean engineeringmarine systemsseakeepingdefencepassengers and yachtingtransport and shipping