Fluid Dynamics

  • With the commissioning of the Norway's Bukser og Berging Voith Water Tractor Baut. the improved characteristics of the new Voith Schneider Propeller (VSP) blades were demonstrated. The bollard pull — as supervised by DNV — was improved by nine percent while using the same input power.

    The VSP is designed to provide accurate, stepless and extremely swift thrust variations in accordance with XY coordinates. In order to improve the hydrodynamic characteristics of the VSP further, a new generation of blades has been developed. The basis for the successful development is the numeric simulation of the fluid dynamics (CFD = Computational Fluid Dynamics). The CFD method initially serves to optimize the shape of the propeller blade; it also provides the exact loads for the structural and mechanical optimization by using the Finite Element Method (FEM).

    The new VSP blades for the propeller size 36R6/255- 2 represent an important step towards the further improvement of the hydromechanics of Voith Schneider Propellers.

    For new propellers, the new profiles will be standard; any further improvements can be realized with immediate effect. Voith, founded in 1867. has a long history in the marine propulsion field. With 24,000 employees and annual sales of about $3 billion, it is one of the largest of Europe's family-owned companies.

    Circle 1 on Reader Service Card Below: A CAD illustration of the new VSP size 36R6/255-2 with a propeller input power of 3380kW.

    Top Right: Blade after machining.

  • The Crossover ball joint from Vosta LMG is a new dredge ball joint that is designed to provide optimal flow performance. Through computational fluid dynamics (CFD) the frictional losses and turbulence have been reduced. Conventional dredge ball joints act like a ball valve when tilted, causing the flow

  • methodologies which include predictive engineering techniques such as Finite Element Analysis. Dynamic Analysis, Thermodynamic Cycle Simulations and Fluid Dynamic Analysis. Incorporated into this new engine are the results of extensive field study and experience was gained from the RK270 series, which

  • design follows the systems engineering approach with integration of the propeller and the hub with modern hydraulics and propulsion controls. Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) calculations are used to analyze, not only the propeller performance but most importantly also, the interaction between the propeller

  • . The flow area is equal on both sides of the through-shaft and angled disc. According to the manufacturer, there is less turbulence and reduced fluid dynamic torque than in "high-performance" butterfly valves with offset discs. Rated at 285 psi w.p. with reserve strength to handle sudden differentia

  • on an earlier, small-scale 65-ft., 50 LT Navatek lifting body demonstrator craft called M1DFOIL. as well as through extensive computational fluid dynamics (CFD) studies. A former U.S. Navy Surface Effect Ship (SES-200) provided the parent hull of the HYSWAC, reducing project costs. During the

  • Guidelines (NVIC 9-97 Ch-1). The catamaran features an advanced hull shape that was custom designed using digital modeling and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis testing. CFD hull optimization led to savings of nearly 20 percent power. The hull design is complemented by Teknicraft’s signature

  • , machinery and system configuration. These developments were based on DNV GL’s integrated systems engineering approach COSSMOS, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) calculations, and a containment system design, tailored to a specific operational profile and anticipated trades. HHI and DNV GL carried

  • with the USACE is the design of a wicket lifting vessel for operation at the Olmsted Lock & Dam on the Ohio River. Extensive use of both Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) was incorporated in the design process to ensure that the vessel is capable of performing the necessary

  • . Extensive engineering design work is now performed using specialized software to produce local and global finite element (FE) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis to develop optimum designs. The ability to model equipment and system responses to environmental forces helps advance product development

  • emeritus, Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, Glen Cove, N.Y. Committee on Journal of Ship Research — chairman, Ralph D. Cooper, head, Fluid Dynamics Program, Office of Naval Research, Department of the Navy, Arlington, Va. Committee on Marine Technology — chairman, E. Scott Dillon, consultant

  • capability at Carderock.A significant amount of testing is conducted before coming to the LCC. “We can do our computer modeling of the computational fluid dynamics, then build a physical model to test in our tow tank. Then we can test that model, or a larger one, in the LCC. Eventually, our signatures department

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    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS HII WCI National Waterways Foundation Mecklenborg Calhoun Woodruff Stephaich Calhoun Toohey Toohey Harris, Petters, Beckstoffer Gaskill tion of all ? eld installations and will gram designed to shape the future of NWF Elects Trustees, Of? cers coordinate temporary jobsite

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