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Jacobi, G. (author), Thill, C.H. (author), Huijsmans, R.H.M. (author)
The paper presents velocity measurements, using particle image velocimetry, as well as a reconstruction of hydrodynamic pressures for the analysis of fast ships. Stereoscopic PIV measurements with a towed underwater PIV system are conducted during towing tank tests to obtain the velocity field in the bow region of a fast ship at speeds up to...
journal article 2022
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Zeng, Q. (author), Hekkenberg, R.G. (author), Thill, C.H. (author), Hopman, J.J. (author)
The conventional extrapolation of ship resistance from model tests to full scale presumes that the coefficient of wave-making resistance (C<sub>w</sub>) depends on the Froude number only. This leads to the assumption that C<sub>w</sub> of a ship is identical to C<sub>w</sub> of its scaled model. However, this assumption is challenged in...
journal article 2020
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Zeng, Q. (author), Hekkenberg, R.G. (author), Thill, C.H. (author)
Accurate resistance prediction for ships sailing in vertically restricted waterways is highly required to improve the design and operation for large ships entering harbors and for vessels navigating in inland waters. The methods derived from deep water may lead to large errors, and studies considering shallow water effects are needed. As most...
journal article 2019
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Zeng, Q. (author), Thill, C.H. (author), Hekkenberg, R.G. (author), Rotteveel, E. (author)
The ITTC57 correlation line, which is derived based on the assumption that the water in which ships advance is infinite deep and wide. However, for ships sailing in the waterway with limited water depth, the frictional resistance will be influenced leading to a decreasing accuracy of the prediction with this correlation line. In this study, a...
journal article 2018
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Jacobi, G. (author), Thill, C.H. (author), Huijsmans, R.H.M. (author)
conference paper 2016
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Thill, C.H. (author), den Ouden, J.G. (author)
report 2016
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Jacobi, G. (author), Thill, C.H. (author), Huijsmans, R.H.M. (author)
The particle image velocimetry (PIV) technique has become a reliable method for capturing the velocity field and its derivatives, even in complex flows and is now also widely used for validation of numerical codes. As the imaging system is sensitive to vibrations, the application in environments such as towing tanks makes it a challenging task....
conference paper 2016
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