## Hydrodynamics of High-Speed Marine VehiclesThis volume considers hydrodynamic aspects of the three main categories of high-speed marine vehicles, i.e. vessels supported by either the submerged hull, an air cushion, or foils. (Submerged-hull-supported vessels include planing and semi-displacement vessels.) The wave environment, resistance, propulsion, seakeeping, sea loads, and maneuvering are extensively covered based on rational and simplified methods. Links to automatic control and structural mechanics are emphasized. A detailed description of waterjet propulsion is given, and the effect of water depth on wash, resistance, sinkage, and trim is discussed. The book contains many illustrations, examples, and exercises. |

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### Indice

INTRODUCTION | 1 |

RESISTANCE AND PROPULSION | 12 |

WAVES | 78 |

WAVE RESISTANCE AND WASH | 99 |

SURFACE EFFECT SHIPS | 141 |

HYDROFOIL VESSELS AND FOIL THEORY | 165 |

SEMIDISPLACEMENT VESSELS | 221 |

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added mass air cushion analysis angle of attack approximation assumed beam Bernoulli's equation body boundary layer calculated calm water catamaran causes cavitation coefficient component consider coordinate system cross section deadrise angle demihulls dynamic effect equation expressed Faltinsen flow separation forward speed free-surface condition frequency Froude number function given by eq gives heave and pitch high-speed vessels hydrodynamic hydrofoil hydrofoil vessel hydrostatic impact incident flow incident waves infinite fluid lift coefficient lift force loads longitudinal maneuvering maximum mean free surface metacentric height monohull nondimensional nonlinear oscillations pitch moment potential flow presented in Figure pressure propeller propulsion ratio Reynolds number rudder ship length shown in Figure shows side hulls slamming solution spray steady strut submerged tion transom stern transverse waves trim angle turbulent velocity potential viscous water depth water entry waterjet wave amplitude wave elevation wave resistance wavelength wetdeck wetted zero

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