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 Shukui Liu,Baoguo Shang,Apostolos Papanikolaou,et al.Improved Formula for Estimating Added Resistance of Ships in Engineering Applications[J].Journal of Marine Science and Application,2016,(4):442-451.[doi:10.1007/s11804-016-1377-3]
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Improved Formula for Estimating Added Resistance of Ships in Engineering Applications

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Title:
Improved Formula for Estimating Added Resistance of Ships in Engineering Applications
Author(s):
Shukui Liu1 Baoguo Shang2 Apostolos Papanikolaou1 Victor Bolbot1
Affilations:
Author(s):
Shukui Liu1 Baoguo Shang2 Apostolos Papanikolaou1 Victor Bolbot1
1. Ship Design Laboratory, National Technical University of Athens, Athens 15773, Greece;
2. Marine Design and Research Institute of China (MARIC), Shanghai 200011, China
Keywords:
added resistance|minimum power|IMO regulation|EEDI regulation|weather coefficient|semi-empirical formulas|ships|head waves
分类号:
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DOI:
10.1007/s11804-016-1377-3
Abstract:
The authors previously introduced a semi-empirical formula that enabled fast estimation of the added resistance of ships in head waves, and in this study the formula is further refined for easy use in engineering applications. It includes an alternative ship draft correction coefficient, which better accounts for the wave pressure decay with ship’s draft. In addition, it only uses the speed and main characteristics of the ship and wave environment as input, and has been simplified to the extent that it can be readily processed using a pocket calculator. Extensive validations are conducted for different ship types at low to moderate speeds in various typical irregular sea conditions, and encouraging results are obtained. This relevant and topical research lies within the framework of the recent IMO MEPC.232(65) (2013) EEDI guidelines for estimating the minimum powering of ships in adverse weather conditions, which specify for the use of simple methods in current Level 2 assessment within engineering applications.

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Received date:2016-3-31;Accepted date:2016-6-1。
Foundation item:Partly Supported by the Collaborative Project SHOPERA under Grant Agreement No. 605221
Corresponding author:Shukui Liu
Last Update: 2016-11-24