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MARINE 2011, IV International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering : Selected Papers

By: Eca, Luis.
Contributor(s): Oñate, Eugenio | García-Espinosa, Julio | Kvamsdal, Trond | Bergan, Pal.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Computational Methods in Applied Sciences: Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2013Description: 1 online resource (278 p.).ISBN: 9789400761438.Subject(s): Marine engineering -- Congresses | Marine machinery -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: MARINE 2011, IV International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering : Selected PapersDDC classification: 620 LOC classification: TA1-2040Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
MARINE 2011, IV International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering -- Preface -- Contents -- Part I: CFD for Offshore Applications -- Viscous-Flow Calculations for Model and Full-Scale Current Loads on Typical Offshore Structures -- 1 Introduction -- 2 De nitions -- 3 Measurements -- 3.1 LNG Carrier -- 3.2 Semi-submersible -- 4 Computational Setup -- 4.1 Computational Grids -- 4.2 Boundary and Initial Conditions -- 4.3 ReFRESCO -- 4.4 Veri cation and Validation Procedures -- 5 Results for LNG Carrier -- 5.1 Iterative Convergence -- 5.2 Numerical Uncertainties
5.3 Validation with Model-Scale Experiments -- 5.4 Scale Effects -- 6 Results for Semi-submersible -- 6.1 Iterative Convergence -- 6.2 Numerical Uncertainties -- 6.3 Validation with Model-Scale Experiments -- 6.4 Scale Effects -- 6.5 Unsteady Calculations -- 7 Conclusions and Future Work -- References -- An Absorbing Boundary Condition for Regular and Irregular Wave Simulations -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Statement of the Problem -- 3 Absorbing Boundary Condition (ABC) -- 3.1 Numerical Algorithm -- 4 Results and Discussions -- 4.1 Results of the Regular Wave Simulation
4.2 Results of the Irregular Wave Simulation -- 5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Part II: Fluid-Structure Interaction -- Free-Surface Flow and Fluid-Object Interaction -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Formulation -- 2.1 Mesh-Dependent Parameters -- 3 Computational Results -- 3.1 The MARIN Dam Break Problem -- 3.2 Fridsma Planing Hull -- 3.2.1 Hull De nition -- 3.2.2 Mesh Convergence Study -- 3.2.3 Effect of Hull Speed -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- The Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM). An Effective Numerical Technique for Solving Marine, Naval and Harbour Engineering Problems -- 1 Introduction
2 The Basis of the Particle Finite Element Method -- 2.1 Basic Steps of the PFEM -- 3 FIC/FEM Formulation for a Lagrangian Continuum -- 3.1 Governing Equations -- 3.2 Discretization of the Equations -- 4 Generation of a New Mesh -- 5 Identi cation of Boundary Surfaces -- 6 Treatment of Contact Conditions in the PFEM -- 6.1 Contact Between the Fluid and a Fixed Boundary -- 6.2 Contact Between Solid-Solid Interfaces -- 7 Modeling of Bed Erosion -- 8 Examples -- 8.1 Dragging of Rocks by a Water Stream -- 8.2 Impact of Sea Waves on Piers and Breakwaters -- 8.3 Soil Erosion Problems
8.4 Falling of a Lorry into the Sea by Sea Wave Erosion of the Road Slope -- 8.5 Impact of Waves over Transport Vehicles in Harbour -- 8.6 Simulation of Sinking of Ships -- 8.7 Collision of Boat with Ice Blocks -- 9 Conclusions -- References -- Part III: Isogeometric Methods for Marine Engineering -- Shape-Newton Method for Isogeometric Discretizations of Free-Boundary Problems -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Free-Boundary Problem -- 2.1 Strong Form -- 2.2 Very Weak Form -- 3 Linearizing Free-Boundary Problems -- 3.1 Linearization with Respect to u -- 3.2 Hadamard Shape Derivatives
3.3 Shape Linearization
Summary: This book contains selected papers from the Fourth International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering, held at Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal in September 2011.
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MARINE 2011, IV International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering -- Preface -- Contents -- Part I: CFD for Offshore Applications -- Viscous-Flow Calculations for Model and Full-Scale Current Loads on Typical Offshore Structures -- 1 Introduction -- 2 De nitions -- 3 Measurements -- 3.1 LNG Carrier -- 3.2 Semi-submersible -- 4 Computational Setup -- 4.1 Computational Grids -- 4.2 Boundary and Initial Conditions -- 4.3 ReFRESCO -- 4.4 Veri cation and Validation Procedures -- 5 Results for LNG Carrier -- 5.1 Iterative Convergence -- 5.2 Numerical Uncertainties

5.3 Validation with Model-Scale Experiments -- 5.4 Scale Effects -- 6 Results for Semi-submersible -- 6.1 Iterative Convergence -- 6.2 Numerical Uncertainties -- 6.3 Validation with Model-Scale Experiments -- 6.4 Scale Effects -- 6.5 Unsteady Calculations -- 7 Conclusions and Future Work -- References -- An Absorbing Boundary Condition for Regular and Irregular Wave Simulations -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Statement of the Problem -- 3 Absorbing Boundary Condition (ABC) -- 3.1 Numerical Algorithm -- 4 Results and Discussions -- 4.1 Results of the Regular Wave Simulation

4.2 Results of the Irregular Wave Simulation -- 5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Part II: Fluid-Structure Interaction -- Free-Surface Flow and Fluid-Object Interaction -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Formulation -- 2.1 Mesh-Dependent Parameters -- 3 Computational Results -- 3.1 The MARIN Dam Break Problem -- 3.2 Fridsma Planing Hull -- 3.2.1 Hull De nition -- 3.2.2 Mesh Convergence Study -- 3.2.3 Effect of Hull Speed -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- The Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM). An Effective Numerical Technique for Solving Marine, Naval and Harbour Engineering Problems -- 1 Introduction

2 The Basis of the Particle Finite Element Method -- 2.1 Basic Steps of the PFEM -- 3 FIC/FEM Formulation for a Lagrangian Continuum -- 3.1 Governing Equations -- 3.2 Discretization of the Equations -- 4 Generation of a New Mesh -- 5 Identi cation of Boundary Surfaces -- 6 Treatment of Contact Conditions in the PFEM -- 6.1 Contact Between the Fluid and a Fixed Boundary -- 6.2 Contact Between Solid-Solid Interfaces -- 7 Modeling of Bed Erosion -- 8 Examples -- 8.1 Dragging of Rocks by a Water Stream -- 8.2 Impact of Sea Waves on Piers and Breakwaters -- 8.3 Soil Erosion Problems

8.4 Falling of a Lorry into the Sea by Sea Wave Erosion of the Road Slope -- 8.5 Impact of Waves over Transport Vehicles in Harbour -- 8.6 Simulation of Sinking of Ships -- 8.7 Collision of Boat with Ice Blocks -- 9 Conclusions -- References -- Part III: Isogeometric Methods for Marine Engineering -- Shape-Newton Method for Isogeometric Discretizations of Free-Boundary Problems -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Free-Boundary Problem -- 2.1 Strong Form -- 2.2 Very Weak Form -- 3 Linearizing Free-Boundary Problems -- 3.1 Linearization with Respect to u -- 3.2 Hadamard Shape Derivatives

3.3 Shape Linearization

This book contains selected papers from the Fourth International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering, held at Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal in September 2011.

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