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Volume 16, Issue 31 (4-2020)                   marine-engineering 2020, 16(31): 41-52 | Back to browse issues page


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Amiri A, Shakeri M, Ramiar A, Jafarzadeh Khatibani M. Numerical study of Iran-Bushehr Container Ship motions and added resistance in regular head waves using STAR-CCM+. marine-engineering. 2020; 16 (31) :41-52
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1- Babol Noshirvani University of Technology
2- Khoramshahr Marine Science and Technology University
Abstract:   (1705 Views)
Nowadays, the optimal use of energy, speed increase, fuel consumption reduction and environmental pollution prevention are essential in the ship design and manufacturing discussion. So it is critical to be able to estimate shipchr('39')s response to waves, since the resulting added resistance and increasing fuel consumption also increasing environmental pollution. In this study, the numerical solution of the Iran-Bushehr container ship model was determined to simulate the free surface flow around the hull and estimate the total resistance and investigate ship motions in 2 degree-of-freedom (heave and pitch) in regular head waves. Finally, the results of simulation in different conditions are presented and compared. KCS container ship used for validation. CFD codes in Star-CCM+ used to calculate three dimensional, incompressible, unsteady RANS equations.
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Type of Study: Research Paper | Subject: CFD
Received: 2019/06/26 | Accepted: 2020/04/6

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