Added Masses Of Ship Structures by Alexandr I. KorotkinAdded Masses Of Ship Structures by Alexandr I. Korotkin

Added Masses Of Ship Structures

byAlexandr I. Korotkin

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Knowledge of added body masses that interact with fluid is necessary in various research and applied tasks of hydro- and aeromechanics: steady and unsteady motion of rigid bodies, total vibration of bodies in fluid, local vibration of the external plating of different structures. This reference book contains data on added masses of ships and various ship and marine engineering structures. Also theoretical and experimental methods for determining added masses of these objects are described. A major part of the material is presented in the format of final formulas and plots which are ready for practical use. The book summarises all key material that was published in both Russian and English-language literature.This volume is intended for technical specialists of shipbuilding and related industries.The author is one of the leading Russian experts in the area of ship hydrodynamics.
Title:Added Masses Of Ship StructuresFormat:PaperbackDimensions:392 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.02 inPublished:October 28, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048181267

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Table of Contents

1. General discussion of Body Motion in Ideal Infinite Fluid1.1 Formulation of The Problem1.2 Kinetic Energy of the Fluid1.3 Transformation of added masses under a change of coordinate System1.4 Hydrodynamic force and torque influencing a body moving in an ideal incompressible fluid1.5 Ellipsoids of added masses and ellipsoids of added moments of inertia2. The added masses of planar contours moving in ideal unlimited fluid2.1 Sedov's Technique2.2 The added masses of simple contours2.2.1 Elliptic contour, circular contour and interval (plate)2.2.2 Elliptic contour with one rib, T-shape contour2.2.3 Elliptic contour with two symmetric ribs2.2.4 Elliptic contour with horizontal and vertical ribs2.2.5 Symmetrical profile made up of two intersecting intervals (plates)2.2.6 Circle with two hitches2.2.7 Circle with two side ribs2.2.8 Circle with cross-like positioned ribs2.2.9 Circle with two tangent horizontal ribs2.2.10 Regular inscribed polygon2.2.11 Zhukowskiy's foil profile2.2.12 Arch of the circle under different positions of coordinate axes2.2.13 Lense formed by two circular arches2.2.14 Hexagon, rectangle, rhomb, octagon, square with four ribs2.2.15 Plate with flap2.3 Added masses of lattices2.3.1 Two plates located on one line2.3.2 Three plates located on one line2.3.3 Lattice of plates2.3.4 Lattice of rectangles2.4 Added masses of a duplicated shipframe contour moving in unlimited fluid2.5 Added masses of inclined shipframe2.6 Added masses of catamarans and twin rudders3. Added masses of three-dimensional bodies in infinite fluid3.1 Added masses of ellipsoid moving in infinite fluid3.2 Added masses of oblate spheroid, elongated ellipsoid of revolution, sphere, disc and elliptic plates3.3 Added masses of thin finite-span airfoils3.4 Added masses of thin circular cylindrical airfoil3.5 Approximate methods to determine added masses of 3D bodies3.5.1 Method of plane sections3.5.2 Method of equivalent ellipsoid3.5.3 Approximate formulas for added masses of the hull4. Added masses of interacting bodiesAdded masses of interacting bodies moving in fluidFormulation of the problemMotion of two spheres in infinite fluidAdded masses of bodies moving close to solid boundary4.2.1 Sphere moving close to solid wall4.2.2 Circular cylinder moving near flat hard wall4.2.3 Elliptic cylinder moving near flat hard wall4.2.4 Elliptic cylinder moving between two flat walls in the direction parallel to the walls4.2.5 Motion of parallelepipeds in infinite fluid and between flat walls4.2.6 Ellipsoid of revolution moving near a flat wall4.2.7 Three-axial ellipsoid moving near a flat wall4.2.8 System of oblate ellipsoids of revolution4.2.9 Infinite chain of three-axial ellipsoids4.2.10 Sphere in various systems (chains, lattices)4.2.11 Ellipsoid of revolution moving in bisecting plane of dihedral angle4.2.12 Influence of the boundary and the free surface on added masses of foilsAdded masses of bodies moving in enclosed space filled with fluid4.3.1 Motion of a sphere in the fluid contained within a spherical concentric shell4.3.2 Ellipsoid of revolution moving in fluid within confocal elliptic cavity5. Added masses of bodies moving close to free surface5.1 Boundary conditions on free surface5.1.1 Boundary conditions on free surface at impact of floating body oscillations of floating body5.1.3 Boundary conditions on free surface when the method ofduplicated model is applied5.2 Added masses of vertical cylindrical obstacles5.3 Added masses of shipframes when ship is oscillating on free surface5.4 Added masses of inclined ship frames rolling on free surface5.5 Added masses of shipframe in case of hull vibration on undisturbed free surface5.6 Influence of free surface on added masses of fully submerged spheres, cylinders and ellipsoids5.6.1 Completely submerged sphere5.6.2 Circular cylinder5.6.3 Ellipsoid of revolution5.6.4 Elliptic cylinder5.6.5 Three-axial ellipsoid moving under free surface5.6.6 Elliptic cylinder, circular cylinder, wedge and plate floating on surface of unlimited fluid5.7 Added masses of simplest bodies floating on water surface5.7.1 Elliptic cylinder, circular cylinder, wedge and plate floating on surface of unlimited fluid5.7.2 Sphere and ellipsoid of revolution floating on surface of fluid of unlimited depth5.7.3 Elliptic cylinder and plate floating on water surface near hard walls5.7.4 Circular cylinder floating on free surface close to solid boundaries at vertical impact5.7.5 Ellipsoid of revolution floating in ellipsoid-shape vessel under vertical impact5.7.6 Sphere floating on fluid surface close to solid boundaries under vertical impact5.7.7 Disc floating on free surface close to solid boundaries under vertical impact5.7.8 Rectangular pontoon floating on fluid surface5.7.9 Rectangular pontoon floating close to flat walls 5.8 Influence of the separation of the flow on a body surface on added masses5.9 Effect of fluid compressibility on added masses of a floating plate at an impact5.10 Added masses of elliptic contour under its lift from water surface5.11 Added masses of inland ships5.12 Added masses of barges consists5.13 Added masses of raft5.14 Influence of density stratification of fluid on added masses6. Added masses of fluid under elastic oscillations of structures and their components6.1 General discussion6.2 Methods of finding added masses under structure oscillations6.3 Added masses of multi-span plates6.4 Added masses of a plate immersed in compressible fluid in the presence of solid boundary6.5 Added masses of ship hull grillages and fields6.6 Added masses of cantilever plates6.7 Added masses of shells6.7.1 Cylindrical shell of infinite length6.7.2 Cylindrical shell of finite length6.8 Effect of solid boundary on added masses of shells6.9 Added masses at complex structure motion6.9.1 Interaction of plates with reinforcing stiffeners6.9.2 Interactions of the ship grillage structural components6.9.3 Cylindrical shell reinforced by longitudinal stiffeners6.10 Added masses of plates with cutouts7. Elastic one-dimensional oscillations of an elongated body in fluid: reduction coefficients7.1 General discussion7.2 Added masses of shipframes under vibration7.3 Reduction coefficients of simplest elongated bodies vibrating in transverse direction7.3.1 Reduction coefficients for circular cylinder under transversal oscillations7.3.2 Reduction coefficients for vibrating elliptic cylinder7.3.3 Reduction coefficients for vibrating rectangular pontoon7.3.4 Reduction coefficients for vibrating ellipsoid of revolution7.3.5 Moments of inertia of added masses of water under torsional oscillations of the hull7.4 Influence of shallow water on added masses of a hull under vertical vibrations 8. Added masses of propeller8.1 Forces and torques of inertial nature acting on a propeller8.2 Added masses of propeller blades8.3 Added masses of propeller under transversal oscillations of shafting8.4 Added masses of propeller in a shroud8.5 Influence of a boundary on added masses of a propeller9. Methods for experimental determination of added masses9.1 Method of small oscillations9.2 Method of small oscillations for determining added masses of bodies floating on water surface9.3 Experimental method of determining added mass of a ship at acceleration and deceleration9.4 Experimental determination of added masses of vibrating models9.5 Determination of added mass coefficients by methods of electromagnetic modeling9.5.1 Added masses of planar contours9.5.2 Added masses of 3D bodies9.5.3 Determination of added masses on the basis of magneto-hydrodynamic analogy (MHDA)9.5.4 Some data on added masses of planar contours determined using EHDA method9.6 Determination of added mass coefficients by methods of electromagnetic modelingReferences.

Editorial Reviews

"This book impresses by its width and completeness, as well as by consistency of presentation; it is going to be extremely useful in our work." (Nekrasov V.A., Professor, Chair of Departments of ship theory, Nikolaev State University, Ukraine)"One should stress that this reference book can be used not only in ship engineering, but also in aviation engineering, hydrotechnique, machine engineering, i.e. everywhere where one deals with interaction of constructions with fluid." (editorial, Morskoj Vestnik, No. 1 (25), p.105, 2008)"In applied problems of design of engineering objects, interacting with a liquid medium, added masses determine the forces and moments acting on the constructions, especially in non-stationary regimes of motion. The book of Professor Korotkin, in which the majority of existing data on added masses of various bodies is collected, will take a reputable position in reference literature on hydromechanics." (Kirill V. Rozhdestvenskij, Vice-Chancellor and Head of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling of St. Petersburg State Maritime Technical University)"This book is unique. It will undoubtedly be called for by designers of ships and of other engineering structures interacting with fluids. For these specialists the reference book will certainly become an indispensable source of information. The book is encyclopedic because the author has combined a wide range of diverse issues related to the determination of added masses: analytical and numerical methods of calculation, approximate computation methods, experimental techniques. Book materials are presented in the form of final formulas, graphs and tables, handy for practical application." (Aron S. Ginevskij, professor, Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute, Moscow, Russia)"In various problems of hydrodynamics of ships, vessels and conversion aids of the World Ocean, an important role is played by researching of non-stationary movements of objects. Information about added masses of various structures is a key element in the process of solving these problems. The book by Professor A. I. Korotkin "Added masses of ship structures" is a reference book of high quality, based on many years of experience of the author and experts of Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute." (Alexander V. Pustoshnyi, Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Member of the National Committee on "Mechanics" of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of Department and Deputy Director of Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute, St.Petersburg, Russia)