Proceedings of the Workshop on Ship Wave-Resistance Computations Held at Bethesda, Maryland on 13-14 November 1979. Volume 2
DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA MD
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Partial Contents Calculation of the Wave Resistance of Ships by the Numerical Solution of Neumann-Kelvin Problem and by Using a Singularity Method Wave Resistance Calculation for Wigley, Inui Hull S-201 and Series 60 Hulls Calculations with the XYZ Free Surface Program for Five Ship Models Calculation of Ship Wave Resistance with Special Reference Sinkage Computations of Wave- Resistance by the Low Speed Theory Imposing Accurate Hull Surface Condition Simple Calculation of Sheltering Effect on Wave Resistance of Low Speed Ships Second Order Wave Resistance Wave Resistance of the Wigley and Inui Hull Forms Predicted by Two Simple Slender-Ship Wave-Resistance Formulas Numerical Calculation of Second-Order Wave Resistance Using Lagrangian Coordinates Wave- Resistance of Double Model in Finite Depth and Its Application to Hull Form Design Computations by Finite Element Method Wave Resistance in a Restricted Water by the Localized Finite Element Method Nonlinear Calculations of Three- Dimensional Potential Flow about a Ship Guillotons Method Calculation of Ship Wave Resistance Using a Surface Source Distribution Computation by Numerical Far-Field Wave Survey Data Calculation of Ship Wave Resistance Including the Effects of Boundary Layer and Wake and Wave Making Resistance of the Model Series 60 4210W by Regression Analysis.
- Marine Engineering
- Fluid Mechanics