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Ship manoeuvring in shallow water with ship-bank interaction effects
Maimun, A.; Priyanto, A.; Rahimudin; Baidowi; Nurcholis (2009). Ship manoeuvring in shallow water with ship-bank interaction effects, in: Eloot, K. et al. (Ed.) International Conference on Ship Manoeuvring in Shallow and Confined Water: Bank Effects. pp. 101-106
In: Eloot, K.; Vantorre, M. (Ed.) (2009). International Conference on Ship Manoeuvring in Shallow and Confined Water: Bank Effects. Flanders Hydraulics Research/Ghent University/The Royal Institution of Naval Architects: London. ISBN 978-1-905040-46-9. IX, 152 pp., more

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Document type: Conference paper

Keywords
    Shallow water; Ship maneuvering
Author keywords
    Ship-bank interactions; Schip-oeverinteracties

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  • Maimun, A.
  • Priyanto, A.
  • Rahimudin
  • Baidowi
  • Nurcholis

Abstract
    This paper presents the evaluation on ship manoeuvring of a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) ship in shallow water with ship-bank interaction effects. The ship has an open stern-form with buttock flow line and a wide central skeg. A series of model experiments to measure the hull hydrodynamic forces/moments and ship-bank interaction forces/moments acting on the ship were conducted in shallow water using a Planar Motion Mechanism (PMM). The model experiments data have been presented in non-dimensional form for both the hydrodynamic coefficients and ship-bank interactions effects. A time domain simulation program has been developed to obtain the ship manoeuvring behaviour in shallow water with ship-bank interaction effects using experimentally derived coefficients. In the evaluation, the ship manoeuvring trajectories for three conditions have been simulated namely; with and without bank effect and differing sizes of rudder area. They were conducted with symmetrical bank contours. The time domain simulations show that the ship-bank interaction effects and rudder size have significant effect on the manoeuvring capability of the ship.

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