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The use of high definition graphics in seakeeping and ship manoeuvring

Wilson, P.A. (1991) 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, pp. 183-195.

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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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Published date: January 1991
Venue - Dates: 3rd International Conference in Computer Methods in Marine and Offshore Engineering (CADMO 91), 1991-01-15 - 1991-01-17
Organisations: Fluid Structure Interactions Group


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Date deposited: 06 May 2008
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:49

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