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The Journal of Ship Research is a quarterly publication providing highly technical papers on applied research in hydrodynamics, propulsion, ship motions, structures, and vibrations. While the Journal requires that papers present the results of research that advances ship and ocean science and engineering, most contributions bear directly on other disciplines, such as civil and mechanical engineering, applied mathematics, and numerical analysis. High quality papers are contributed from the U.S., Canada and overseas, with representation from established authorities as well as new researchers.

Publisher: Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME)

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Volume 50, Number 1, March 2006

Articles

An Inverse Design Approach in Determining the Optimal Shape of Bulbous Bow With Experimental Verification
pp. 1-14(14)
Authors: Chen, Po-Fan; Huang, Cheng-Hung; Fang, Ming-Chung; Chou, Jar-Hung

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Ship Motion Computations Using a High Froude Number Time Domain Strip Theory
pp. 15-30(16)
Authors: Holloway, D. S.; Davis, M. R.

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Novel Grey Model for Diesel Engine Oil Monitoring
pp. 31-37(7)
Authors: Chang, Hui-Kuo; Kuo, Hsing-Chia; Wang, Yen-Zen

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Active Motion Control of High-Speed Hydrofoil Vessels by State-Space Methods
pp. 49-62(14)
Authors: Hatzakis, Iason; Sclavounos, Paul D.

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Experimental and Numerical Investigation Into the Effects of Initial Conditions on a Three Degree of Freedom Capsize Model
pp. 63-84(22)
Authors: Lee, Young-Woo; Mccue, Leigh; Obar, Michael; Troesch, Armin

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