Fuel savings for a general cargo ship employing retractable bow foils

@inproceedings{Bckmann2018FuelSF,
  title={Fuel savings for a general cargo ship employing retractable bow foils},
  author={Eirik B{\o}ckmann and Audun Yrke and Sverre Steen},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract Route simulations were performed on a 100 m long (between perpendiculars) general cargo ship equipped with retractable bow-mounted foils, so-called wavefoils, for resistance reduction and motion damping in waves. Two round-trip routes were simulated: Orkney Islands to Iceland and across the Bay of Biscay. Ship motions and added resistance in waves were calculated in the frequency domain. Foil thrust was calculated in the time domain, based on a frequency-domain model of the vessel… CONTINUE READING

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