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Dr. Ömer Gören
Y. Kaan İLTER
508101038 1
HW 1.1
Natural frequency of sloshing water in a swimming pool of a cruiser ship is studied by an
experimental setup with a scale of 1/10. If the natural frequency is found 3.5Hz, then what is the
natural frequency for full scale?
Solution;
Let consider Froude number for scaled model and full scale model;
ns m n
F F =
F
nm
: Froude number of scaled model
F
ns
: Froude number of full scale model
Hz f
n
m n
5 . 3
2
= =
t
e
f
nm
: Natural frequency of scaled model
m s
gL
V
gL
V


.

\

=


.

\

V is the velocity equals to eL. Thus;
m s
gL
L
gL
L


.

\

=


.

\

2 2 2 2
e e
( ) ( )
m s
L L
2 2
e e =
There is a ì which means scaling factor;
10
1
= =
s
m
L
L
ì
So
,
rad
s
s
07 , 11 10
5 , 3
= ¬ = e
e
Hz f
n
ns
76 , 1
2
= =
t
e
ì
e
e
=
m
s
Hydrodynamics of Floating Bodies 2012 Spring Term
Dr. Ömer Gören
Y. Kaan İLTER
508101038 2
HW 1.2
Show that F
n
of a propeller with diameter D [m] and shaft (propeller) ratational speed n [1/s] can be
given by;
g
D
n F
D
n
=
Solution;
Consider a nondimensional Froude number;
gL
V
F
n
=
V is the velocity, L is the characteristic length and g is the acceleration of gravity.
For propeller, velocity at the tip is;
2
D
V
T
e =
e means rotational speed and D is diameter of propeller.
Where e=2tr thus;
g
D
n
gD
D n
F
D
n
t
t
= = and if F
nD
is a nondimensional number, we can discard t.
So we can obtain a nondimensional Froude Number like,
g
D
n F
D
n
=
Ömer Gören 2012 Spring Term HW 1. For propeller. we can discard . Kaan İLTER 508101038 2 . g So we can obtain a nondimensional Froude Number like. Where =2r thus.2 Show that Fn of a propeller with diameter D [m] and shaft (propeller) ratational speed n [1/s] can be given by. VT D 2 means rotational speed and D is diameter of propeller. FnD n D g Solution. FnD nD gD n D and if FnD is a nondimensional number.Hydrodynamics of Floating Bodies Dr. Fn V gL V is the velocity. Consider a nondimensional Froude number. FnD n D g Y. velocity at the tip is. L is the characteristic length and g is the acceleration of gravity.
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