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The Systematic Variation of Step Configuration and Displacement for a Double-step Planing Craft

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A model test was conducted to provide a systematic understanding of the effects that displacement and step location have on the performance of a stepped planing hull. Seven different step configurations were tested at three different displacements and over a range of four different speeds in calm water. Of all the configurations tested, the stepped hull configurations showed reduced resistance compared with the unstepped hull. The configuration with the smallest step height forward and the largest step height aft showed the least amount of drag over the speed range tested. The increased displacements had the same effect on craft performance for both the stepped and unstepped hulls.
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Keywords: high speed craft; model testing; planing

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 May 2014

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  • Original and timely technical papers addressing problems of shipyard techniques and production of merchant and naval ships appear in this quarterly publication. Since its inception, the Journal of Ship Production and Design (formerly the Journal of Ship Production) has been a forum for peer-reviewed, professionally edited papers from academic and industry sources. As such it has influenced the worldwide development of ship production engineering as a fully qualified professional discipline. The expanded scope seeks papers in additional areas, specifically ship design, including design for production, plus other marine technology topics, such as ship operations, shipping economics, and safety. Each issue contains a well-rounded selection of technical papers relevant to marine professionals.

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