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Numerical and experimental study on the wave-body interaction problem with the effects of forward speed and finite water depth in regular waves

(2019) OCEAN ENGINEERING. 192. p.1-11
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In this study, a time domain higher-order Rankine panel method is developed and applied to evaluate the wavebody interaction problem in shallow water and regular waves. The hydrodynamic effects of forward speed and finite water depth are accounted for. In order to verify the proposed numerical method, the Duisburg Test Case (DTC) container ship is chosen as a study object. The numerical results of the wave-induced ship motions and the added resistance are validated against the data of model tests, which were carried out in the Towing Tank for Manoeuvres in Confined Water at Flanders Hydraulics Research (FHR) in cooperation with Ghent University (UGent) as part of the SHOPERA project.
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Environmental Engineering, Ocean Engineering, Time domain higher-order Rankine panel method, wave-body interaction, finite water depth, DTC, SHIP MOTIONS, RESISTANCE, PREDICTION, RESPONSES, LOADS

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MLA
Mei, Tianlong, et al. “Numerical and Experimental Study on the Wave-Body Interaction Problem with the Effects of Forward Speed and Finite Water Depth in Regular Waves.” OCEAN ENGINEERING, vol. 192, 2019, pp. 1–11.
APA
Mei, T., Delefortrie, G., Tello Ruiz, M., Lataire, E., Vantorre, M., Chen, C., & Zou, Z.-J. (2019). Numerical and experimental study on the wave-body interaction problem with the effects of forward speed and finite water depth in regular waves. OCEAN ENGINEERING, 192, 1–11.
Chicago author-date
Mei, Tianlong, Guillaume Delefortrie, Manasés Tello Ruiz, Evert Lataire, Marc Vantorre, Changyuan Chen, and Zao-Jian Zou. 2019. “Numerical and Experimental Study on the Wave-Body Interaction Problem with the Effects of Forward Speed and Finite Water Depth in Regular Waves.” OCEAN ENGINEERING 192: 1–11.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Mei, Tianlong, Guillaume Delefortrie, Manasés Tello Ruiz, Evert Lataire, Marc Vantorre, Changyuan Chen, and Zao-Jian Zou. 2019. “Numerical and Experimental Study on the Wave-Body Interaction Problem with the Effects of Forward Speed and Finite Water Depth in Regular Waves.” OCEAN ENGINEERING 192: 1–11.
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Mei T, Delefortrie G, Tello Ruiz M, Lataire E, Vantorre M, Chen C, et al. Numerical and experimental study on the wave-body interaction problem with the effects of forward speed and finite water depth in regular waves. OCEAN ENGINEERING. 2019;192:1–11.
IEEE
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T. Mei et al., “Numerical and experimental study on the wave-body interaction problem with the effects of forward speed and finite water depth in regular waves,” OCEAN ENGINEERING, vol. 192, pp. 1–11, 2019.
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  author       = {{Mei, Tianlong and Delefortrie, Guillaume and Tello Ruiz, Manasés and Lataire, Evert and Vantorre, Marc and Chen, Changyuan and Zou, Zao-Jian}},
  issn         = {{0029-8018}},
  journal      = {{OCEAN ENGINEERING}},
  keywords     = {{Environmental Engineering,Ocean Engineering,Time domain higher-order Rankine panel method,wave-body interaction,finite water depth,DTC,SHIP MOTIONS,RESISTANCE,PREDICTION,RESPONSES,LOADS}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{106366:1--106366:11}},
  title        = {{Numerical and experimental study on the wave-body interaction problem with the effects of forward speed and finite water depth in regular waves}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.oceaneng.2019.106366}},
  volume       = {{192}},
  year         = {{2019}},
}

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