Unsteady Hydrodynamics of a Body of Revolution with Fairwater and Rudder
Final rept. Oct 1971-Mar 1974
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE DEPT OF OCEAN ENGINEERING
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Potential flow models are developed for a submerged body of revolution with fin and rudder appendages. Forces and moments on the lifting surfaces and hull have been predicted at a steady angle of attack. The procedure is extended to the time dependent angle of attack case. Experimental, analytical and numerical approaches are described.
- Submarine Engineering
- Fluid Mechanics