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Assessment of ship maneuvering simulation with different propeller models

Abstract : This paper is devoted to the assessment of ship maneuvering simulation using different propeller models with a focus on a simplified propeller model that represents the action of the propeller by body force and uses propeller performance curve to determine propeller loading during ship maneuvering. Simulations are also performed with an actual propeller approach with which the propeller rotation is simulated directly with the RANSE solver. Both time accurate simulations using sliding grid and rotating frame approximations have been performed for comparison. The zigzag and turning circle maneuvers in calm water have been simulated for two different ship models, namely the ONRT test case and the KCS test case. Predicted ship motion is compared with measurement data to assess the accuracy of the numerical prediction using RANSE computations with different propeller models.
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Ganbo Deng, Patrick Queutey, Jeroen Wackers, Michel Visonneau, Emmanuel Guilmineau, et al.. Assessment of ship maneuvering simulation with different propeller models. Journal of Hydrodynamics, Elsevier, 2022, 31, pp.58 - 65. ⟨10.1007/s42241-022-0039-y⟩. ⟨hal-03711587⟩



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