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Experiments on a floating body subjected to forced oscillation in calm water in the presence of an-open-to-sea compartment

Cichowicz, Jakub and Vassalos, Dracos and Jasionowski, Andrzej (2011) Experiments on a floating body subjected to forced oscillation in calm water in the presence of an-open-to-sea compartment. In: 12th International Ship Stability Workshop, 2011-06-12 - 2011-06-15.

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Abstract

This paper presents results of the physical experiments carried out at the SSRC, aiming at measurements of hydrodynamic reactions on a cylindrical body forced to roll in calm water with an open-to-sea compartment. The research addresses the problem of ship-floodwater interaction – an issue of fundamental importance in predicting roll damping for ships in damaged condition.