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Prediction of underwater radiated noise from propeller cavitation during concept design

7th International Symposium of Marine Propulsors (smp2022), Wuxi, China

Oct 17, 2022

There is growing concern about the impact of underwater radiated noise (URN) on marine life. One of the main sources of URN of ships is propeller ...
noise and vibrationpropeller and cavitation
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Predicting the higher-order harmonics of propeller-induced hull-pressure fluctuations by tip-vortex cavitation

7th International Symposium on Marine Propulsors (SMP2022), Wuxi, China

Oct 17, 2022

Cavitating propellers generate pressure fluctuations on the hull of the ship and emit underwater sound. These pressure fluctuations are usually ...
Paper

Submarine hydrodynamics for off-design conditions

Journal of Ocean Engineering and Marine Energy

Sep 28, 2022

Traditionally, submarine hydrodynamic design has focussed mainly on requirements regarding operational range, powering performance and manoeuvring ...
hydrodynamicsrefrescocfdmanoeuvring and nautical studiesstability, seakeeping and ocean engineeringmeasurements and controltime-domain simulationscfd developmentmanoeuvringpoweringseakeepingdefencecfd/simulation/desk studiesmodel testing
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Resistance and Seakeeping Optimization of a Naval Destroyer by Multi-Fidelity Methods

Varna, Bulgaria/Research Workshop AVT-354 on Multi-fidelity methods for military design

Sep 26, 2022

The paper presents and discusses the so-called L3 sea benchmark problems used to develop and assess multi-fidelity optimization methods for military ...
data sciencecfdnavydefenceresistance and propulsion
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Hull-Shape Optimisation Using Adaptive Multi-Fidelity Kriging

Varna, Bulgaria/Research Workshop AVT-354 on Multi-fidelity methods for military design

Sep 26, 2022

The paper presents and discusses the development and assessment of an active learning multi-fidelity Kriging method for military vehicle design ...
cfdnavydefenceresistance and propulsiondata science
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Validation of CFD simulations of the moored DeepCwind offshore wind semisubmersible in irregular waves

Ocean Engineering

Sep 15, 2022

This article examines the use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations to predict the response of a floating wind platform to ...
offshore windcfdverification and validationfloating wind turbine
Paper

Ship Hydrodynamics Knowhow derived from Computational Tools - Some Examples

Journal of Ocean Engineering and Marine Energy

Sep 4, 2022

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 ...
manoeuvring and nautical studiescfdcfd/simulation/desk studiescfd developmentmanoeuvring
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Hydrodynamic response of a FOWT semi-submersible under regular waves using CFD - Verification and validation

Ocean Engineering

Aug 15, 2022

In this work an extensive verification and validation study is performed to evaluate the accuracy and credibility for CFD simulations of ...
cfd developmentcfdcfd/simulation/desk studieswave measurementsverification and validationfloating wind turbine
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Validation of the resistance of a plate moving through mud - CFD modelling and towing tank experiments

Ocean Engineering

Aug 15, 2022

When investigating the effect of muddy seabeds on marine vessels using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software, one challenge is to adequately ...
manoeuvring and nautical studiescfd developmentcfd/simulation/desk studiescfdnautical operations
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CFD Investigation of the Effect of Water Depth on Manoeuvring Forces on Inland Ships

Journal of Ocean Engineering and Marine Energy

Jul 22, 2022

As part of a research program focusing on shallow-water manoeuvring of inland ships, a set of model tests is reproduced using CFD techniques. The ...
manoeuvring and nautical studiescfdmanoeuvringcfd/simulation/desk studiescfd development
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The SOUNDS project: towards effective mitigationof underwater noise from shipping in Europe

International Conference on Underwater Acoustics, Southampton, UK

Jun 20, 2022

Continuous underwater noise from shipping has been identified as one of the main contributors to ambient noise levels in the oceans. Notwithstanding ...
noise and vibrationpropeller and cavitation
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Predicting cavitating propeller noise in off-design conditions using scale-resolving CFD simulations

Ocean Engineering

Jun 15, 2022

There is increasing awareness about the harmful impact of underwater radiated noise of shipping on the marine environment, with propeller cavitation ...
resistance and propulsioncfd developmentcfd/simulation/desk studiescfdpropeller and cavitation
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Exciting a cavitating tip vortex with synthetic inflow turbulence - A CFD analysis of vortex kinematics, dynamics and sound generation

Ocean Engineering

Jun 15, 2022

Cavitating tip vortices are one of the main contributors to underwater radiated noise (URN). To predict URN and evaluate propeller designs, it is ...
cavitationpropeller design
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A technique for efficient computation of steady yaw manoeuvres using CFD

International Shipbuilding Progress

Jun 14, 2022

Hydrodynamic loads acting on a ship can nowadays be reliably obtained from Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) techniques. In particular for the ...
manoeuvring and nautical studiescfdmanoeuvringcfd/simulation/desk studies
Paper

High frequency tail in measured wave spectra of steep to breaking sea states

41st International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OMAE 2022), Hamburg, Germany

Jun 5, 2022

A recent study investigated whether it is physically feasible to generate the tail of a JONSWAP wave spectrum in a basin, and what the influence of ...
wave measurementswaveswaves, impacts and hydrostructuralocean energyoffshore operationsoffshore windseakeepingmodel testing