- Project's acronym:
- Project's funding:
- MARTECII/SmartPS/4/2016 z dnia 2016-12-21
- Realisation period:
- 2017-01-01 - 2019-12-31
- Project manager:
- dr inż. Karol Niklas
- Realised in:
- Department of Ship Manufacturing Technology, Quality Systems and Materials Science
- External institutions
participating in project:
- Belarusian National Technical University (Belarus)
- ContiTech Vibration Control GmbH (Germany)
- Dnepr-Bug Waterway (Germany)
- Deltamarin sp. z.o.o. (Poland)
- Fraunhofer Institute for Structural Durability and System Reliability LBF (Germany)
- REINTJES GmbH (Germany)
- Request type:
- Międzynarodowy Program Badawczy
- International project
- Verified by:
- Gdańsk University of Technology
Papers associated with that project
The ship’s fuel economy is increasingly important. The paper presents the effect of redesigning a case study ship for increasing seakeeping performance. Selected wave parameters reflect very difficult operational conditions existing on the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. The analyzed variants of a case study ship represent the latest developments of modern hull forms. The concepts similar to V-shaped bulbous bow, X-bow, X-aft, B-bow...
Full scale CFD seakeeping simulations for case study ship redesigned from V-shaped bulbous bow to X-bow hull formPublication
Increasing propulsion efficiency, safety, comfort and operability are of the great importance, especially for small ships operating on windy sites like the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. Seakeeping performance of ships and offshore structures can be analysed by different methods and the one that is becoming increasingly important is CFD RANS. The recent development of simulation techniques together with rising HPC accessibility...
Full-scale CFD simulations for the determination of ship resistance as a rational, alternative method to towing tank experimentsPublication
Results of ship resistance predictions obtained from towing tank experiments are affected by the method used to extrapolate from a model scale to a ship scale. Selection of method to determine a form factor is subjective and the extrapolation method is accurate for typical hull forms. For innovative hull forms the proper method for calculating the form factor is questionable. Moreover, the influence of the extrapolation method...
Improvement of ships seakeeping performance by application of the Full-scale CFD simulations – case studyPublication
The ship’s fuel economy is increasingly important. The paper presents the effect of redesigning a case study ship for increasing seakeeping performance. Selected wave parameters reflects very difficult operational con-ditions existing on the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. The analyzed variants of a case study ship represent the latest developments of modern hull forms. The concepts similar to V-shaped bulbous bow, X-bow, X-aft,...
In recent years, the IMO has introduced new regulations to reduce the negative impact of ships on the natural environment. A particularly important step forcing technological innovations is the increasing requirement of ship energy efficiency. It is expressed by the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI). Another important step towards green shipping is rising the required quality of fuel used for propulsion, so called Tier limits....
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