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The regression analysis of some ship model resistance data

The regression analysis of some ship model resistance data
The regression analysis of some ship model resistance data
The background to the investigation and development of new regression equations suitable for the prediction of total hull resistance is described.

The investigation indicated that, given an adequate number of data, equations derived at discrete increments of speed-length ratio and with a limited number of hull definition variables can provide very satisfactory preliminary resistance predictions. Standard errors are of the order of 3% to 6%.
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University of Southampton
Molland, A.F.
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Watson, M.J.
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Molland, A.F.
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Molland, A.F. and Watson, M.J. (1988) The regression analysis of some ship model resistance data (Ship Science Reports, 36) Southampton, UK. University of Southampton 16pp.

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Abstract

The background to the investigation and development of new regression equations suitable for the prediction of total hull resistance is described.

The investigation indicated that, given an adequate number of data, equations derived at discrete increments of speed-length ratio and with a limited number of hull definition variables can provide very satisfactory preliminary resistance predictions. Standard errors are of the order of 3% to 6%.

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Published date: 1988
Additional Information: ISSN 0140-3818

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Local EPrints ID: 43721
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/43721
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Date deposited: 26 Jan 2007
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