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Volume 177, 2018The 5th International Seminar on Ocean and Coastal Engineering, Environmental and Natural Disaster Management (ISOCEEN 2017)
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|Published online||04 July 2018|
The wave making resistance prediction of a mini-submarine by using tent function method
Naval Architecture Department, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember,
2 Naval Architecture Department, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Indonesia
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This paper describes the wave making resistance solution of a mini submarine operating in under water surface with different level depth. The Thin ship theory was adopted to solve the problem for a case of the slenderness body. The source distribution along the centre plane of the body was expressed in Green’s function of Havelock source potential under water surface. The Tent function method was proposed to illustrate the hull form based on offsets data, and to solve the Michell integral problem numerically. Four operational conditions were performed i.e. floating, snorkelling, and diving with 0.5m and 1m under water surface. The computational results for the mini submarine with length of 2m and diameter of 0.25m explained a more deeply operated under water surface cause to decrease a value of wave making resistance for all cases of Froude numbers. While in the diving conditions of 0.5m and 0.1m under the water surface, the wave making resistance were resulted about 64% and 74% less than the case of floating condition respectively. Furthermore, the effect of vertical fin on the body was investigated, where the wave making resistance could increase average 7.2% in snorkelling, 11.4% in 0.5m diving, and in the 1m diving about 9.07% for all Froude numbers. Over all the results of this approach shown a good agreement with the results come from Mitchell code.
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