Effect of bulwark and deck edge submergence in dynamics of ship capsizing

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ConferenceU.S. Coast Guard Vessel Stability Symposium, 15-17 March 1993, New London, CT
Subjectship capsizing; deck in water
AbstractA revealed dangerous hydrodynamic phenomenon generated on the submerged part of the deck and bulwark when a ship operates in quartering, extreme waves is presented in details. Examples of model experiments where this phenomenon was evident and was a decisive factor in the ultimate capsize are presented. The magnitude of the heeling moment is discussed and preliminary results of the mathematical model of the hydrodynamic effects developed are presented.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Ocean Technology; National Research Council Canada
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IdentifierIR-1995-20
NRC number5884
NPARC number8895643
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