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van der Made, Daan (author)
In this thesis, the influence of a combined drift angle, heeling angle and forward speed on the stability of a tug is researched. This is done to gain insight in the stability of tugs during escorting, where they operate at high drift angles, heeling angles and forward speed. The Damen RSD 2513 tug was simulated in steady CFD simulation using...
master thesis 2023
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Ruponen, Pekka (author), van Basten Batenburg, Rinnert (author), van't Veer, Riaan (author), Braidotti, Luca (author), Bu, Shuxia (author), Dankowski, Hendrik (author), Lee, Gyeong Joong (author), Mauro, F. (author), Ruth, Eivind (author), Tompuri, Markus (author)
Large cruise ships can carry 10 000 persons onboard, and consequently, survivability of the ship in the event of a flooding accident is essential. Many designers are already conducting advanced damage stability analyses beyond the regulatory requirements. With increased computing capacity, survivability analyses, by using time-domain...
journal article 2022