|Prediction of manoeuvrability of a ship at low forward speed in shallow water|
Kim, S.W.; Kim, D.J.; Rhee, K.P.; Yeo, D.J. (2009). Prediction of manoeuvrability of a ship at low forward speed in shallow water, in: Eloot, K. et al. (Ed.) International Conference on Ship Manoeuvring in Shallow and Confined Water: Bank Effects. pp. 147-152
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
Prediction; Shallow water; Ship maneuvering
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- Kim, S.W.
- Kim, D.J.
- Rhee, K.P.
- Yeo, D.J.
In this paper, a mathematical model for a ship manoeuvring with low forward speed in shallow water was suggested. Based on the cross flow model at low forward speed in deep sea, hull, propeller and rudder models were modified to consider the shallow water effects. Static drift and planer motion mechanism tests were performed to obtain the cross flow drag coefficients and hydrodynamic coefficients. To validate suggested mathematical model, numerical simulation results were compared with those of sea-trials. Through comparisons, it was concluded that suggested mathematical model could give proper estimation on turning test results.