The paper presents the results of planing hull seakeeping tests in irregular seas. The tested model belongs to a small systematic series developed at the University of Naples; it is a prismatic hull very similar to the well-known Fridsma's models. The 16.7 degrees deadrise angle, length-to-breadth and load coefficient are representative of modern hull forms of pleasure boats. Tests in irregular waves have been performed at three speeds for one displacement in three sea states. The measured heave, pitch, acceleration at the centre of gravity and at bow have been analysed in the time domain and the results are presented in terms of significant values (the mean of 1/3rd highest values). They are given in tabular and graphical form. Furthermore, the obtained results are commented with respect to the state of the art in planing hull seakeeping, and compared with the available experimental data from literature. The conclusions highlight the applicability of these data in design practice, commenting on trends and the range of significant parameters.

Planing hull seakeeping in irregular head seas

Pennino S.
2014

Abstract

The paper presents the results of planing hull seakeeping tests in irregular seas. The tested model belongs to a small systematic series developed at the University of Naples; it is a prismatic hull very similar to the well-known Fridsma's models. The 16.7 degrees deadrise angle, length-to-breadth and load coefficient are representative of modern hull forms of pleasure boats. Tests in irregular waves have been performed at three speeds for one displacement in three sea states. The measured heave, pitch, acceleration at the centre of gravity and at bow have been analysed in the time domain and the results are presented in terms of significant values (the mean of 1/3rd highest values). They are given in tabular and graphical form. Furthermore, the obtained results are commented with respect to the state of the art in planing hull seakeeping, and compared with the available experimental data from literature. The conclusions highlight the applicability of these data in design practice, commenting on trends and the range of significant parameters.
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