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Asymptotic Theory of Ship Motions in Regular Waves Under Shallow Water Conditions
1 National University “Odessa Maritime Academy”, Odessa, Ukraine
ABSTRACT: The hydrodynamic theory of ship motions in shallow water under the action of regular waves is discussed. The boundary value problem for velocity potential is solved using the matched asymptotic expansion method (MAEM). The solution is based on Fourier ? Michell integral transformation technique and characteristics of Helmholtz and Klein ? Gordon equations. Using the obtained results formulae for hydrodynamic characteristics are derived. The application of these formulae demonstrated good coincidence of the results of calculations and model experiments carried out in towing tank of Odessa National Maritime University.
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Citation note:
Vorobyov Y.L., Stasenko M.S.: Asymptotic Theory of Ship Motions in Regular Waves Under Shallow Water Conditions. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 415-420, 2010

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