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Virtual Test Calculating Module of Platform Motion in Limit Sea State

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Virtual Experiment Computation Module for Mesoscale Oceanic Flow Field

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Propeller Cavitation Excitation Force Viscous Flow Calculation Module

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Virtual test calculation module for ship roll damping

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Wave increasing block virtual experiment calculating module

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Fast self - model flight virtual test calculation module

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Platform for Virtual Reality Computation in Operating Sea States

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Virtual Experiment Calculation Module of Ship Motion

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VIM Virtual Experiment Calculation Module for Vortex Excitation

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VIV VIV fin virtual test calculation module

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VIV VIV fast virtual test calculation module

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Platform wind and flow force virtual test calculation module

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Free water attenuation virtual test calculation module

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Potential viscous fluid coupling (rectangular grid) ocean environment flow field virtual test calculation module

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Potential viscous fluid coupling (aptamer mesh) ocean environment flow field virtual test calculation module

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Virtual Experiment Computation Module for Large Scale Ocean Environment Flow Field

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Constraint module and autopilot virtual test calculation module

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Computation Module of Virtual Test Based on

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Calculation Module of Propeller Cavitation Excitation Force Surface Method

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Ship model self - flight virtual test calculation module

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Virtual Experiment and Calculation Module of Propeller Open Water

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Virtual test calculation module of ship model resistance
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Propeller Cavitation Excitation Force Viscous Flow Calculation Module

add date£º29/07/2017    hits£º


The propeller cavitation force subsystem is one of the numerical Michi Ko systems. It is suitable for the evaluation of the propeller cavitation and exciting forces of the three main ship types. The book system includes different evaluation methods based on the experimental data statistical analysis method, potential flow method, viscous flow RANS and LES method, which are used to evaluate the propeller cavitation and exciting forces at different stages of the design. 
 
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