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Old   July 13, 1999, 03:16
Default Hydrodynamic forces and moments on submarines
Peo Hedin
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Hello all. I'm trying to calculate hydrodynamic forces and moments on a submarine maneuvring just below the surface. (MSc Thesis) I will use FLUENT. Does someone have useful information and/or references that I could use. Thanks /Peo
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Old   July 13, 1999, 09:37
Default Re: Hydrodynamic forces and moments on submarines
Sung-Eun Kim
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Dear client,

I recall there was an article in one of this years issues (or last year's issues to be safe) of Journal of Fluid Engineering, which was regarding hydrodynamic forces and moments acting on a submarine at different yaw (or pitch) angle, although it did not include the free surface effects, I'm sorry that I can't refer exact issue.

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Old   July 20, 1999, 02:53
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You could have a look at:

- Prediction of the unsteady hydrodynamic characteristics of submersible vehicles. Mendenhall, Perkins.4th international conference on numerical ship hydrodynamics. National academy of sciences, Washington, sept. 85

Good luck,

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