An experimental technique for investigation into physics of ship capsizing

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Conference3rd International Conference on Stability of Ships and Ocean Vehicles, 22-26 September 1986, Gdansk, Poland
Subjectship capsizing; model tests; hydrodynamic forces; fishing vessels
AbstractThe philosophy of an experimental method of investigation into physics of ship capsizing is presented. The idea of captive model tests is explained. The developed measuring technique and the program of comprehensive free-captive and partly captive model tests carried out at SSPA are described. Some examples of the results illustrating what kind of analysis and possible information can be achieved are included. Conclusions on the designed experimental approach and the developed experimental technique are presented.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Ocean Technology; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number5820
NPARC number8895566
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