publication . Article . 2014

the analysis of motion dynamics and resistance of the multipurpose boat operating in shallow water

Jan Kulczyk; Tomasz Gornicz;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2014 Journal: TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, volume 8, pages 359-363 (issn: 2083-6473, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Faculty of Navigation
Abstract
Polish market of small boats has been developed very dynamically in recent years. Market competition forces the shipyards to build new more efficient hull forms and to cut the cost of production as well. This is why modern computer simulation programs are used more often by naval architects. Another trend is to design more universal ships that may be used by larger number of diversified customers. This paper presents project proposal of multipurpose boat hull form. The boat was design to fulfil the requirements imposed by public services like water police, fire brigades, and border guards. It is supposed to be operated on unexplored floodplains and other type sh...
Subjects
free text keywords: Civil engineering, Model test, Engineering, business.industry, business, Marine engineering, Trim, Waves and shallow water, Fluent, Motion dynamics, Hull, Shipyard, Computational fluid dynamics, Hydrodynamics, Shallow Water, Miltipurpose Boat, Boat's Motion, Computer Simulation, CFD Method, Resistance, Canals and inland navigation. Waterways, TC601-791, Transportation and communications, HE1-9990
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publication . Article . 2014

the analysis of motion dynamics and resistance of the multipurpose boat operating in shallow water

Jan Kulczyk; Tomasz Gornicz;