An example of a triple-hull SWA ship of ultimate longitudinal shift (hull structure mass estimation)

@article{Dubrovsky2008AnEO,
  title={An example of a triple-hull SWA ship of ultimate longitudinal shift (hull structure mass estimation)},
  author={V. Dubrovsky},
  journal={Ships and Offshore Structures},
  year={2008},
  volume={3},
  pages={263 - 265}
}
  • V. Dubrovsky
  • Published 2008
  • Engineering
  • Ships and Offshore Structures
As it was shown by, for example, V. Dubrovsky, Ships & Offshore Structures, 1(3) (2006), pp. 185–189, the favourable interaction of wave systems of hull with small water-plane area can ensure decreasing of residual resistance coefficient of three interacted hulls (in a comparison with three single hulls) in a defined scope of Froude numbers by a hull length (in general, Fn = 0.4–0.7). But the corresponding longitudinal shift of the bow ship hull relative to side hulls is big enough. Big shift… Expand

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