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Construction and Analysis of New Mathematical Models of the Operation of Ship Propellers in Different Maneuvering Modes
1 National University “Odessa Maritime Academy”, Odessa, Ukraine
ABSTRACT: The influence of the curvilinear movement of the ship on the operation of the propeller was studied. It is shown that even at small values of the drift angle and the angular velocity of the vessel, the transverse component of the force on the propeller and the moment are non-zero and cannot be neglected. The existing and proposed new effective mathematical models of the longitudinal and transverse components of force and moment caused by the operation of the ship's propeller are analyzed. Simple expressions for the coefficients of the propeller thrust and the moment on the propeller shaft, the wake fraction, the thrust-deduction factor, and the flow straightening factor on the propeller at any drift angles and angular velocity are obtained. Numerical analysis of the obtained dimensionless components of forces and moments caused by the operation of the propeller is carried out, and their adequacy is shown. It is shown how the specified parameters change for all possible values of the drift angle and angular velocity. For a few commercial vessels of various types, technical characteristics and calculated dynamic parameters are given for the construction of mathematical models of propeller operation during curvilinear movement of the vessel.
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Citation note:
Kryvyi O., Miyusov M.V., Kryvyi M.: Construction and Analysis of New Mathematical Models of the Operation of Ship Propellers in Different Maneuvering Modes. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 17, No. 1, doi:10.12716/1001.17.01.09, pp. 95-102, 2023
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