The use of high definition graphics in seakeeping and ship manoeuvring
In 3rd International Conference on Computer Methods in Marine and Offshore Engineering (CADMO 91).
Computational Mechanics Publications. 12 pp, .
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Traditional methods of presenting data generated by computer programs which predict seakeeping adequacies of surface ships are often limited by the capabilities of 2-D graphical displays and their complimentary hard copy output devices. To achieve a satisfying visualisation of the performance of a ship in random seaway, much more data need to be generated. In this paper the manoeuvring capabilities of a ship in open water, restricted water of finite depth and width are presented.
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||3rd International Conference in Computer Methods in Marine and Offshore Engineering (CADMO 91), 1991-01-15 - 1991-01-17
||Fluid Structure Interactions Group
||06 May 2008
||16 Apr 2017 18:06
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