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Old   January 18, 2001, 05:26
Default Potential double-body-flow
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I am interested to know some references on the calculation of pressure distribution on three-D double body flow particularly on a Series 60 ship hull or a Wigley hull. The calculation should have been done by using at least a linear element method so as to get the pressures onthe nodes (on bow contour and sections) which will otherwise not be available when constant element method is used.
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