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CONTENTS

OPENING REMARKS

 

 

 

 

Dr. Fred E.Saalfeld Deputy Chief of Naval Research/Technical Director

 

3

 

 

CAPT John Preisel, USN Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division

 

5

 

 

VADM Albert J.Baciocco, Jr., USN (retired) Naval Studies Board

 

6

TECHNICAL SESSIONS

 

 

Hydrodynamics in Ship Design

 

 

 

 

Failures, Fantasies, and Feats in the Theoretical/Numerical Prediction of Ship Performance
L.Larsson,1,2 B.Regnström,2 L.Broberg,2 D.-Q.Li,1,3 C.-E.Janson2 (1Chalmers University of Technology, 2FLOWTECH International AB, 3SSPA Maritime Consulting AB, Sweden)

 

11

 

 

Intelligent Regression of Resistance Data for Hydrodynamics in Ship Design
L.Doctors (University of New South Wales, Australia)

 

33

 

 

Some Remarks on the Accuracy of Wave Resistance Determination from Wave Measurements Along a Parallel Cut
F.Lalli, F.Di Felice, P.Esposito, A.Moriconi (Istituto Nazionale per Studi ed Esperienze di Architettura Navale, Italy), R.Piscopia (Universitá di Roma La Sapienza, Italy)

 

50

 

 

Wave Resistance and Wave Patterns for High-Speed Crafts; Validation of Numerical Results by Model Test
S.Brizzolara, D.Bruzzone (University of Genoa, Italy), P.Cassella (University of Naples, Italy), A.Scamardella, I.Zotti (University of Trieste, Italy)

 

69

 

 

Evaluation of Methods for Estimation of Extreme Nonlinear Ship Responses Based on Numerical Simulations and Model Tests
L.Adegeest, A.Braathen, T.Vada (Det Norske Veritas, Norway)

 

84

 

 

Investigation into Ventilated Hydrofoils for Ride Control of High-Speed Craft
K.Thiagarajan, R.Shock (Australian Maritime Engineering CRC, Ltd., Australia)

 

100

Propulsor Hydrodynamics/Hydroacoustics

 

 

 

 

Design System of Marine Propellers with New Blade Sections
C.Kawakita, T.Hoshino (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan)

 

110

 

 

A Study on a Propulsion System by Peristaltic Motion in Highly Viscous Fluid
M.-C.Kim, S.Ninomiya, K.-h.Mori, Y.Doi (Hiroshima University, Japan)

 

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A New Surface Panel Method to Predict Steady and Unsteady Characteristics of Marine Propeller
J.Ando,1 S.Maita,2 K.Nakatake1 (1Kyushu University, 2West Japan Fluid Engineering Lab. Co. Ltd., Japan)

 

142

 

 

Experimental Characterization of Propeller Tip Flow
C.Chesnakas, S.Jessup (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, USA)

 

156

 

 

Propeller Wake Evolution Analysis by LDV
A.Stella, G.Guj (Università di Roma Tre, Italy), F.Di Felice (Istituto Nazionale per Studi ed Esperienze di Architettura Navale, Italy), M.Elefante (Italian Navy Cavitation Tunnel, Italy)

 

171

 

 

Numerical Simulation of Tip Vortices Roll-Up
X.Viot, D.Fruman (École Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées, France), F.Deniset, J.Billard (École Navale, France)

 

189

 

 

Prediction of Propeller Blade Sheet and Developed Tip Vortex Cavitation
S.Kinnas, H.Lee, A.Mueller (University of Texas at Austin, USA)

 

206

 

 

The Application of ‘RANS’ Code to Investigate Propeller Scale Effects
M.Stanier (Defence Evaluation and Research Agency, United Kingdom)

 

222

Cavitation and Bubbly Flows

 

 

 

 

Cloud Cavitation Phenomena
C.Brennen, T.Colonius, Y.-C.Wang, A.Preston (California Institute of Technology, USA)

 

239

 

 

On the Flow Structure and Turbulence in the Closure Region of Attached Cavitation
Y.Zhang, S.Gopalan, J.Katz (Johns Hopkins University, USA)

 

254

 

 

Partial Attached Cavitation on Two- and Three-Dimensional Hydrofoils
K.Laberteaux, S.Ceccio (University of Michigan, USA)

 

266

 

 

Numerical Simulation of Evolution of Three-Dimensional Bubbles
Q.X.Wang, E.K.Png, B.H.Tan (DSO National Laboratories, Singapore)

 

282

Frontier Experimental Techniques

 

 

 

 

Development of an Alternating Color Image Anemometry Method and Its Application in Ship Flow Measurements
S.-Y.Jaw, Y.-Z.Kehr (National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan, China)

 

301

 

 

Investigation of Propeller-Induced Pressure Pulses by Means of High-Speed Video Recording in the Three-Dimensional Wake of a Complete Ship Model
C.Johannsen (Hamburg Ship Model Basin, Germany)

 

314

 

 

A New Tracer Technique for Turbulent Flow
J.Hoyt (San Diego State University, USA), R.Sellin (University of Bristol, United Kingdom)

 

330

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Wave-Induced Ship Motions and Loads

 

 

 

 

Validation of Theoretical Methods for Ship Motions by Means of Experiment
M.Ohkusu (Kyushu University, Japan)

 

341

 

 

Extreme Rolling, Broaching, and Capsizing—Model Tests and Simulations of a Steered Ship in Waves
J.de Kat (Maritime Research Institute, The Netherlands), W.Thomas III (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, USA)

 

359

 

 

Capsize Analysis for Ships with Water Shipping On and Off the Deck
J.Huang,1 L.Cong,1 S.Grochowalski,2 C.-C.Hsiung1 (1DalTech, Dalhousie University, Canada, 2Consultant, Canada)

 

376

 

 

Fully Nonlinear Free-Surface Computations for Arbitrary and Complex Hull Forms
A.Subramani, R.Beck (University of Michigan, USA), S.Scorpio (Design Research Engineering, USA)

 

390

 

 

Fully Nonlinear Interactions of Long-Crested Wave Packets with a Three-Dimensional Body
P.Ferrant (Societe d’Ingenierie et de Recherche en Hydrodynamique Navale, France)

 

403

 

 

Numerical Investigation of Steady Flow Effects in Three-Dimensional Seakeeping Computations
V.Bertram (Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Germany)

 

417

 

 

An Analysis of Second-Order Wave Forces on Floating Bodies by Using a Higher-Order Boundary Element Method
Y.-R.Choi, S.-Y.Hong (Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering, Korea), H.-S.Choi (Seoul National University, Korea)

 

432

Viscous Ship Hydrodynamics

 

 

 

 

A Viscous Multiblock Flow Solver for Free-Surface Calculations on Complex Geometries
G.Cowles, L.Martinelli (Princeton University, USA)

 

445

 

 

Navier-Stokes Computations of Ship Flows on Unstructured Grids
T.Hino (Ship Research Institute, Japan)

 

463

 

 

Viscous Free Surface Hydrodynamics Using Unstructured Grids
R.Löhner, C.Yang (George Mason University, USA), E.Oñate (Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya, Spain)

 

476

 

 

Viscous Free Surface Flow Past a Ship in Drift and in Rotating Motion
B.Alessandrini, G.Delhommeau (École Centrale de Nantes, France)

 

491

 

 

Numerical Simulation of Bow Waves
D.Dommermuth,1 G.Innis,1 T.Luth,1 E.Novikov,2 E.Schlageter,1 J.Talcott1 (1Science Applications International Corporation, 2University of California at San Diego, USA)

 

508

 

 

Numerical Simulation of Ship Flow by a Method of Artificial Compressibility
F.Bet, D.Hänel, S.Sharma (Gerhard-Mercator-Universität Duisburg, Germany)

 

522

 

 

Unsteady RANS CFD Method for Naval Combatants in Waves
R.Wilson, E.Paterson, F.Stern (University of Iowa, USA)

 

532

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Computation of the Turbulent Flow Around a Ship Model in Steady Turn and in Steady Oblique Motion
A.Cura Hochbaum (Hamburg Ship Model Basin, Germany)

 

550

 

 

Turbulent Primary Breakup of Plane-Free Bow Sheets
Z.Dai, K.Sallam, G.Faeth (University of Michigan, USA)

 

568

 

 

Some Structural Features of Pressure-Driven Three-Dimensional Turbulent Boundary Layers from Experiments for 500≤Reθ23000
R.Simpson, M.Ölçmen (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA)

 

582

 

 

Investigation of Viscous Flow Field Around an Appended Revolution Body with Guide Vane Propeller
L.-D.Zhou (China Ship Scientific Research Center, China), F.Zhao (National Laboratory of Hydrodynamics, China)

 

594

Shallow Water Hydrodynamics

 

 

 

 

Investigation of Waves Generated by Ships in Shallow Water
T.Jiang (Mercator University, Germany)

 

601

 

 

Case Studies of Hurricane and Winter Storms Using a New Coastal Wave Model
R.Lin (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock, USA), W.Perrie (Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Canada)

 

613

Weinblum Lecture

 

 

 

 

Limits of Potential Theory in Rudder Flow Predictions
H.Söding (Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Germany)

 

622

Water Entry and Wake Dynamics

 

 

 

 

A Two-Fluid Navier-Stokes Solver to Simulate Water Entry
S.Muzaferija, M.Peric (Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Germany), P.Sames, T.Schellin (Germanischer Lloyd AG, Germany)

 

638

 

 

Water Entry of Arbitrary Axisymmetric Bodies With and Without Flow Separation
R.Zhao (Marintek, Norway), O.Faltinsen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)

 

652

Bluff Body Hydrodynamics

 

 

 

 

Advancements of the Large-Eddy Simulation for Turbulent Flow Over Complex Bluff Bodies
S.Jordan (Naval Undersea Warfare Center, USA)

 

665

 

 

Resistance in Unsteady Flow: Search for a Physics-Based Model
T.Sarpkaya (Naval Postgraduate School, USA)

 

676

 

 

Computation of a Wing-Body Junction Flow with a New Reynolds-Stress Turbulence Model
G.Deng, M.Visonneau (École Centrale de Nantes, France)

 

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Fluid Dynamics in the Naval Context

 

 

 

 

Applications of Recursive Neural Network Technologies to Hydrodynamics
W.Faller, D.Hess, W.Smith, T.Huang (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, USA)

 

708

 

 

Numerical Simulation of Maneuvering Motion
T.Sato, K.Izumi, H.Miyata (University of Tokyo, Japan)

 

724

 

 

Inviscid Calculations of Ship Wave Making—Capabilities, Limitations, and Prospects
H.Raven (Maritime Research Institute, The Netherlands)

 

738

 

 

Free Surface Flow Analysis of Fins Attached to a Strut and Foils by a Higher Order Boundary Element Method
C.Lee,1 I.-R. Park,2 H.-H. Chun,2 S.-J.Lee1 (1Pohang University of Science and Technology, 2Pusan National University, Korea)

 

755

 

 

Numerical and Experimental Studies for the Prediction of Hydrodynamic Characteristics of Two-Dimensional Hydrofoils Operating Under the Free Surface
K.-S.Min, S.-H.Kang (Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd., Korea), H.Streckwall (Hamburg Ship Model Basin, Germany)

 

770

 

 

Study on the Mechanism of Resistance Reduction by Means of Micro-Bubble Sheet and on Applicability of the Method to Full-Scale Ship
Y.Yoshida,1 Y.Takahashi,1 H.Kato,2 O.Watanabe1 (1Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd., Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan)

 

779

 

 

Spray Formation at the Free Surface of Liquid Wall Jets
T.Sarpkaya, C.Merrill (Naval Postgraduate School, USA)

 

796

 

 

Internal Gravity Waves Excited by a Body Moving in a Stratified Fluid
V.Borovikov,1,2 V.Bulatov,2 M.Gilman,2 Y.Vladimirov2 (1Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla, Mexico, 2Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)

 

809

Wave Hydrodynamics

 

 

 

 

Incipient Breaking of Steady Waves
M.Miller, T.Nennstiel, L.Fialkowski, S.Pröstler, J.Duncan, A.Dimas (University of Maryland, USA)

 

818

 

 

Computation of Ship Wake Flows with Free-Surface/Turbulence Interaction
M.Hyman (Coastal Systems Station, Panama City, USA)

 

835

 

 

Applications of a Hybrid Boundary Element Method to the Analysis of Free-Surface Flow Around Lifting and Nonlifting Bodies
C.-Y.Hsin (National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan, China), S.-K.Chou (United Ship Design and Development Center, Taiwan, China)

 

848

 

 

Super Green Functions
X.-B.Chen (Bureau Veritas, France), F.Noblesse (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, USA)

 

860

 

 

Radiation and Diffraction of Waves in a Two-Layer Fluid
R.Yeung, T.Nguyen (University of California at Berkeley, USA)

 

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Nonlinear Simulation of Breaking Waves with Spilling Breakers by a Boundary Integral Method
D.Sadovnikov (Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute, Russia), G.Trincas (University of Trieste, Italy)

 

892

 

 

Scattering of Internal Waves by a Circular Cylinder Submerged in a Stratified Fluid
N.Gavrilov, E.Ermanyuk, I.Sturova (Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics, Russia)

 

907

CFD Validation

 

 

 

 

A Perspective on Naval Hydrodynamic Flow Simulations
A.Arabshahi, M.Beddhu, W.Briley, J.Chen, A.Gaither, K.Gaither, J.Janus, M.Jiang, D.Marcum, J.McGinley, R.Pankajakshan, M.Remotigue, C.Sheng, K.Sreenivas, L.Taylor, D.Whitfield (Mississippi State University, USA)

 

920

 

 

CFD and Experiments in Marine Hydrodynamics: Validation Procedure for the Fully Nonlinear Wave Loads on a Vertical Cylinder
G.Contento, A.Francescutto (University of Trieste, Italy), D.Peri (Istituto Nazionale per Studi ed Esperienze di Architettura Navale, Italy)

 

935

 

 

Validation of a Chimera RANS Method for Transient Flows Induced by a Full-Scale Berthing Ship
H.-C.Chen (Texas A&M University, USA), E.Huang (Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center, USA)

 

948

 

 

Validation of Free Surface Reynolds Averaged Navier Stokes and Potential Flow Codes
T.Ratcliffe (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, USA)

 

964

 

 

Comparison of CFD and EFD for the Series 60 CB=0.6 in Steady Yaw Motion
Y.Tahara,1 J.Longo,2 F.Stern,2 Y.Himeno1 (1Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 2University of Iowa, USA)

 

981

 

 

The Scaling of High Reynolds Number Viscous Flow Predictions for Appended Submarine Geometries
P.Bull, S.Watson (Defence Evaluation and Research Agency, United Kingdom)

 

1000

APPENDIX—LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

 

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The Twenty-Second Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics was held in Washington, D.C., from August 9-14, 1998. It coincided with the 100th anniversary of the David Taylor Model Basin. This international symposium was organized jointly by the Office of Naval Research (Mechanics and Energy Conversion S&T Division), the National Research Council (Naval Studies Board), and the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division (David Taylor Model Basin). This biennial symposium promotes the technical exchange of naval research developments of common interest to all the countries of the world. The forum encourages both formal and informal discussion of the presented papers, and the occasion provides an opportunity for direct communication between international peers.

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