The paper analyzes the effect of 2nd order waves on the vertical ship responses in extreme seas. The numerical simulations are carried out using a body nonlinear time domain code based on strip theory. The radiation, diffraction, Froude-krylov and hydrostatic forces are calculated for the exact wetted surface area of the ship for each time step. A practical engineering approach is followed to calculate the body nonlinear radiation and diffraction forces. First order Froude Krylov pressures are replaced with a second order model for the present study. The 2nd order Froude-Krylov pressures are integrated upto the exact wetted surface area for each time instant. The ship responses in regular waves with varying steepness are analyzed. Finally, the vertical ship responses are compared with the responses in design waves measured in the wave tank.
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Prediction of Ship Responses in Large Amplitude Waves Using a Body Nonlinear Time Domain Method With 2nd Order Froude-Krylov Pressure
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Rajendran, S, Fonseca, N, & Guedes Soares, C. "Prediction of Ship Responses in Large Amplitude Waves Using a Body Nonlinear Time Domain Method With 2nd Order Froude-Krylov Pressure." Proceedings of the ASME 2014 33rd International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering. Volume 7: Ocean Space Utilization; Professor Emeritus J. Randolph Paulling Honoring Symposium on Ocean Technology. San Francisco, California, USA. June 8–13, 2014. V007T12A031. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/OMAE2014-24698
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