2 Hours Lecture, 2 Hours Exercise
Recommended Previous Knowledge:
Fluid dynamics for Naval Architects
- Equation of motion
- Manoeuvring forces and moments
- Hydrodynamic derivatives
- Analyse of course stability
- Analyse of turn ability
- Non-linear equation of motion
- Model tests
- Acceleration, stop and back manoeuvres
- Design of rudders
- Harmonic long crested waves
- Heave motion of a buoy in regular waves
- Motions of a rigid ship hull in regular waves
- Flow forces on ship cross sections
- Strip method
- Natural ocean waves
- Behaviour of ships in waves
- Model tests
Provide information on fundamentals of linear and non-linear ship motion in calm water and in waves. Ability to develop and apply simple methods for analysis of manoeuvring behaviour of ships. Establish a background of applied methods for description of natural ocean waves and calculation of forces and moments on ship due to sea loads and the resultant ship motion.
- Crane, C. L. H., Eda, A. L., Principles of Naval Architecture, Chapter 9, Controllability, SNAME, New York, 1989.
- Brix, J., Manoeuvring Technical Manual, Seehafen Verlag GmbH, Hamburg 1993
- Söding, H., Manövrieren , Vorlesungsmanuskript, Institut für Fluiddynamik und Schiffstheorie, TUHH, Hamburg, 1995.
- Söding, H. , Ship in Seaways I, Lecture notes, Institut of Fluid Dynamics and Ship theory, TUHH, Hamburg, 1992
- Jensen, G., Söding, H. S., Ship in Seaways II, Lecture notes, Institut of Fluid Dynamics and Ship theory, TUHH, Hamburg, 2005
- Bertram, V., Practical Ship Design Hydrodynamics, Butterworth-Heinemann, Linacre House, Jordan Hill, Oxford, United Kingdom, 2000
- Schneekluth, H., Hydromechanik zum Schiffsentwurf, Koehler Verlag, 1988 Lloyed, A., Ship Behaviour in Rough Weather, Gosport, Chichester, Sussex, United Kingdom, 1998.
ECTS Credit Points:
150 hours total
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