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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Ocean Engineering
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. August 2011, 133(3): 031103.
Published Online: March 30, 2011
... interaction sediment transport numerical simulation multiphase generalized Navier–Stokes solver beach erosion scour deformation finite difference methods flow simulation hydraulic systems jets Navier-Stokes equations sediments solitons turbulence two-phase flow viscosity 31 01...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Offshore And Structural Mechanics
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. May 2011, 133(2): 021303.
Published Online: February 10, 2011
.... The technique to predict wave loads was based on the use of a validated CFD code that solves the Reynolds-averaged NavierStokes equations. This code relies on the interface-capturing technique of the volume-of-fluid type to account for highly nonlinear wave effects. It computes the two-phase flow of water...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Ocean Engineering
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. August 2010, 132(3): 031102.
Published Online: April 7, 2010
... NavierStokes equation with much less computational effort. 01 12 2008 15 09 2009 07 04 2010 07 04 2010 flow Navier-Stokes equations turbines vortices tidal power tidal-current discrete-vortex method unsteady flow viscous effect numerical simulation kinematic...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Offshore And Structural Mechanics
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. August 2010, 132(3): 031302.
Published Online: March 17, 2010
... NavierStokes equations, with large-eddy simulation turbulence modeling and strip theory, which are solved numerically to obtain the flow field and determine the vortex-shedding behavior in the flow. The approach flow is a shear flow ranging in Reynolds number from 8000 to 10,000. Given the flow field...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Ocean Engineering
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. August 2010, 132(3): 031101.
Published Online: March 17, 2010
.... The formulation is fully 3D without omitting any terms in the NavierStokes equations. Therefore, it is not the same as 2D strip theory, which assumes that the flow is purely two-dimensional without spanwise correlation. To limit the computational effort, we used relatively coarse grids in spanwise direction...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Ocean Engineering
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. May 2010, 132(2): 021101.
Published Online: March 1, 2010
...-sloshing program are independently developed. In the ship-motion program, the hydrodynamic coefficients including wave-frequency forces and slowly varying drift forces are obtained from a 3D panel-based diffraction/radiation program. The time-domain sloshing program is based on the NavierStokes-equation...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Ocean Engineering
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. August 2009, 131(3): 031103.
Published Online: June 2, 2009
... resulted in the transverse direction and 199,024 t in the vertical direction. finite element analysis finite volume methods Navier-Stokes equations ocean waves ships stress analysis stern slamming LNG ship whipping RANS At the bottom of the stern section of a ship, high...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Safety And Reliability
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. May 2009, 131(2): 021602.
Published Online: March 12, 2009
... NavierStokes equations and relies on the interface-capturing technique of the volume-of-fluid type. It computed the two-phase flow of water and air to describe the physics associated with complex free-surface shapes with breaking waves and air trapping, hydrodynamic phenomena that had to be considered...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. November 2007, 129(4): 290–299.
Published Online: February 9, 2007
... ,” AIAA J. 0001-1452 , 31 ( 10 ), pp. 1777 – 1784 . Chen , H. C. , Patel , V. C. , and Ju , S. , 1990 , “ Solutions of Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes Equations for Three-Dimensional Incompressible Flows ,” J. Comput. Phys. 0021-9991 10.1016/0021-9991(90)90182-Z , 88 ( 2...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. February 2007, 129(1): 39–47.
Published Online: November 8, 2006
... distribution up to the wave contour and the frequency dependence of the radiation forces (memory effect). Third, these nonlinearly computed ship motions constituted part of the input for a Reynolds-averaged NavierStokes equations code that was used to obtain slamming loads. Favorable comparison with available...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. November 2004, 126(4): 310–317.
Published Online: March 7, 2005
... to solve the 2-D incompressible Navier Stokes equations and a staggered approach is used to couple flow and structural response. Automatic mesh deformation and adaptation are used to handle arbitrary motion of the bodies. Comparisons with experimental results indicate that the present numerical method can...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. February 2004, 126(1): 96–104.
Published Online: March 2, 2004
...; final revision, March 2003. Associate Editor: S. Culisul. 01 October 2002 01 March 2003 02 03 2004 hydrodynamics wind vortices vibrations control systems computational fluid dynamics Navier-Stokes equations “Smart” (computer-controlled) marine thrusters...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. February 2004, 126(1): 90–95.
Published Online: March 2, 2004
... received October 2002; final revision, February 2003. Associate Editor: M. M. Bernitsas. 01 October 2002 01 February 2003 02 03 2004 hydrodynamics ocean waves dynamic response Navier-Stokes equations finite difference methods structural engineering resonance offshore...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. May 2002, 124(2): 74–80.
Published Online: April 11, 2002
... 2001 05 07 2000 29 5 2001 11 04 2002 ships external flows flow simulation computational fluid dynamics Navier-Stokes equations flow measurement water waves force Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes Grid Generation Turbulence Modeling Full-Scale Free Surface Propeller...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. August 2001, 123(3): 124–133.
Published Online: March 9, 2001
... SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS . Manuscript received by the OMAE Division, March 31, 2000; revised manuscript received March 9, 2001. Associate Editor: K. Thiagarajan. 14 February 2000 31 March 2000 09 March 2001 finite difference methods Navier-Stokes equations ocean waves...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng. November 2000, 122(4): 289–293.
Published Online: June 22, 2000
... 22 June 2000 vibrations structural engineering Navier-Stokes equations hydrodynamics turbulence simulation Incompressible fluids are encountered in a variety of engineering problems, including offshore marine sciences, low-speed aerodynamics, and a wide class of civil...