Crest of the Royal National Institution of Naval Architects - Click to return to the homepage

The Royal Institute of Naval Architects

Man Energy Hybrid

Man Energy Hybrid

Alfa-Laval Nov 2019

IJME 247

Paper title: CFD-Based Hydrodynamic Analysis for a Ship Sailing Along a Bank in Restricted Waters

 

Authors

M G Zhou, S J Ma and Z J Zou, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Summary 

For a ship navigating along a bank in restricted waters, it is usually accompanied by obvious bank effect which may cause ship-bank collision. In order to avoid collision, it is necessary to provide control force and moment by using control devices such as a rudder. In this paper, CFD method is applied to numerically simulate the viscous flow around a ship appended with a rudder sailing along a bank. Systematical simulations are carried out for the hull-rudder system with different rudder angles at different ship-bank distances and water depths. The flow field features and the hydrodynamic forces of the hull-rudder system are obtained and analysed. This study is of significance for revealing the physical mechanism behind the bank effect and providing guidance for ship steering and control in restricted waters.

Reference

Transactions RINA, Vol 155, Part A2, International Journal Maritime Engineering, Apr-Jun 2013 

Search and Order IJME papers

All International Journal of Maritime Engineering (IJME) papers are listed in the RINA Publications Database. You can search the database by author name and paper title. Publications may be ordered and paid for online. Other publications are also listed, some of which may be downloaded free of charge. Follow the link to Search Publications & Order.

SIG SHIPS PROMO

Posidonia 2019

Human Factors

AHOY Europort 2019

MSF130x130

LNG/LPG Oct

Marintec 2019

Man Energy Survey - Sept