Viscous effects for the structural model of a
At Oceans '10, United States.
20 - 23 Sep 2010.
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The vibration of structural members towed astern
of a surface vessel has been modelled variously by strings and
beams, neither of which accounts for the viscosity of water.
The work of Cortinez and Laura accounts for viscosity as a
damper. An application of their method to towfish systems and
the vibrational modes which result are described.
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