Cavitating Flow Calculations for the E779A Propeller in Open Water and Behind Conditions

AuthorsVaz, G., Hally, D., Huuva, T., Bulten, N., Muller, P., Becchi, Herrer, J., Whitworth, S., Mace, R., and Korsstrom, A.
Conference/JournalFourth International Symposium on Marine Propulsors (SMP), Austin, Texas
DateMay 31, 2015
Code comparison and solution validation
As part of the Cooperative Research Ships SHARCS project, RANS and RANS-BEM calculations of the E779A propeller in open water and in a cavitation tunnel behind wake generating plates have been performed by ten different institutions using eight different flow codes.

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