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Parametric Rolling at Main Resonance

Dan Obreja ; Dunarea de Jos” University of
Radoslav Nabergoj ; University of Trieste, Italy
Liviu Crudu ; “Dunarea de Jos” University of
Sandita Pacuraru (Popoiu) ; “Dunarea de Jos” University of

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 395 Kb

str. 340-347

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The parametric resonance of the induced rolling is a typical dangerous situation for the transversal stability of ships operating in longitudinal waves. This paper presents the results of experimental
tests regarding the seakeeping performances of a 2700 dwt cargo model at full loading, in regular longitudinal waves. The induced roll motion, in the second instability domain, both at zero and design speed was observed. The conditions for occurrence of the parametric resonance were analysed and the instability domains of motion were identifi ed. The theoretical analysis of the heave
and pitch motions in longitudinal waves, in frequency domain, was performed by using a computer code based on the Frank-close fi t method. A satisfactory correlation between the theoretical and
experimental results was found for heave and pitch motions. In order to simulate the induced rolling a typical differential coupled equations system for heave, induced roll and pitch motions was
used. The numerical solution was obtained using the Runge-Kutta method. The simulation results for the ship motions at zero speed, in following regular waves, are presented. A good agreement
was obtained between the numerical and experimental results in time domain.

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experimental tests, parametric rolling, time domain simulation

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