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Old   July 28, 1999, 07:26
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Michael
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Dose any one know of any one or group that have done any work on Marine Proppeller design Using CFD or any books on it?
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Old   July 28, 1999, 08:42
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Maybe you can contact M. Peric of the Marine-Institut in Hamburg: http://www.schiffbau.uni-hamburg.de/IFS/AB/AB-3-13/ab313.html. Peric also wrote a book "Ferziger, Peric, 1996, Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics, Springer-Verlag", which gives a good introduction into CFD. His group worked on the CFD-Code COMET.
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Old   July 28, 1999, 12:28
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You should have a look at

http://hydromech.fb12.tu-berlin.de

They have done CFD on flow around propellers. You can download some of their papers on that topic in postscript-format.

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Michael
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Old   July 30, 1999, 08:15
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You should contact Dr. Abdel-Maksoud at Schiffsbau-Versuchsanstalt Potsdam GmbH, Germany (Ship design research institute). He did a lot of CFD work on ship propellers and hulls using CFX-TASCflow. His work includes full transient interaction between rotating ship propeller and the flow around the hull.
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Old   August 3, 1999, 01:48
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Michael,

Check out the US NAVY research labs web site. I can guarantee most of the stuff is classified (The stuff is mostly a secret, no matter what country you are in), but it still would be your best source.

Tony
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Old   August 6, 1999, 15:10
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Prof. Fred Stern & his group in Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research is pioneer in this area (Hull Propeller) Interaction. A good reference is Proceedings of "22nd ITTC Propulsion Committee Propeller RANS/Panel Method Workshop", Grenoble, France, 5-6April, 1998, Editors-Bernard Gindroz, Tetsuji Hoshino & Jaakko V. Pylkkanen Hope this will help. Regards,
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CFD cannot perform the propeller design work, it must be coupled with potential flow method.
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