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You can take the exam for this unit if you passed the following exam(s):
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This course provides the knowledge and the techniques that are required to perform the choice of the hull form and the propeller for a given ship design.
The course is targeted to the acquisition by the students of the basic principles and the basis for resistance to the motion and to power the hulls .
This course is aimed at illustrating the fundamental and basic principles concerning hull resistance and propulsion.
Classroom lectures and exercises
Ship resistance components.
Resistance prediction from model testing and standard series.
Two-dimensional and three-dimensional airfoil theory.
Propeller geometry, design and matching.
Theory of propeller action: momentum theory, blade element theory.
Propeller choice: propeller charts, powering prediction.
Principles of Naval Architecture, volumi II e III SNAME, 1988
Lecture Notes available to enrolled students at the following address:
Office hours: Tuesday from 1000 to 1200
MARCO FERRANDO (President)
CARLO PODENZANA BONVINO (President Substitute)
MICHELE VIVIANI (President Substitute)
The written examination consists in three open questions.
The answers are evaluated to assess if the knowledge and the techniques illustrated during the lessons and in the lecture notes have been acquired by the student.