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Predicting wave-induced loads on a moored ship with a non-hydrostatic waveflow model
An accurate prediction of the wave-induced motions of a ship that is moored in a harbor or coastal region is of vital
importance to ensure safe operations. The ultimate goal of this study is to develop a single numerical model tool to
predict the wave-induced response of a moored ship. For this purpose, the wave-resolving non-hydrostatic model
SWASH will be extended by nesting a floating body inside the numerical domain. In this work, we will validate the
method for the wave-scattering by a non-moving floating obstacle, and for the wave-induced loads on a restrained (i.e.,
non-moving) ship. This short paper presents some preliminary results of the study. Final results will be presented at the
IAHR congress.
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Article : Water engineering
Date Published : 27/08/2015
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