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these notes are landscape as plots are usually shown in that mode

we have seen in general the development of the Wageningen B series. The performance curves are available either in chart form or can be generated from polynomials:

regression coeff. Re=2*10^6 polynomial representation

use in design

A typical design problem calls for designing a propeller that will provide the required thrust at a given speed of advance. These parameters result

from applying thrust deduction and wake fraction to resistance and ship velocity respectively. Design will imply selecting a P/D from a B-series

plot that will maximize open water efficiency.

For now we will arbitrarily pick a number of blades and expanded area ratio. Later we will address the criteria in their selection. Reviewing the non-dimensional forms of the parameters associated with thrust and speed: VA T we have independent variables n and D. Normally one of these is determined by other criteria, e.g. maximum diameter KT = J= 2 4 n D by hull form, or n by the propulsion train design, so we will look at two cases, one in which D is fixed - determine n, n D and the other where n is fixed determine D

case 1

given:

VA , T, D

2

T n D

2 4

n D VA

T D VA

2 2

this says that propeller (full scale and model) must match this ratio which is a constant determined by T, VA, D and we can plot a curve of KT vs J2 and determine the points (values of J) for which K T vs J for a given P/D match. Kt( J) = constant J

2

Kt_over_J_sq :=

T D VA

2 2

the design point for a particular propeller (B.n.nn) i.e. n is determined from the value of J that satisfies:

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Kt_over_J_sq := 0.544

2

what n i.e. J will satisfy the relationship for a B 5.75 propeller with P/D -1.0 select using B_series z := 5 EAR := 0.75 P_over_D := 1.0

Kt_design ( J) := Kt_over_J_sq J

determine intersection

1 0.9

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0.5 0.4

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0.1

Kt 10 * Kq efficiency Kt = constant*J^2 intersection 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6

intersection occurs at

JJ = 0.64

so ...

n=

VA JJ D

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selection of the optimum n for this B z.EAR propeller is a matter of comparing similar curves for a range of P/D and choosing the maximum open water efficiency o B series z=5 EAR = 0.75 say ....

0.6

1 0.9 0.8 0.7 Kt, Kq*10, efficiency 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0

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1.1

1.2

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1.5

1.6

busy plot of Kt, Kq, o and Kt = constant * J^2. see breakdown below. P/D not labeled but ~ J at Kt = 0

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intersection solution

plot with only Kt but vertical lines at J for Kt/J^2 = Kt to show points which satisfy the design requirements

1

0.9

0.8

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P/D = 0.6

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P/D = 0.8

P/D = 1.0

P/D = 1.2

P/D = 1.4

note the o at each J intersection and select the maximum (P/D curves not well labeled, P/D ~ = J at K T=0. left to right lowest to highest

1 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0

Kt, efficiency

0.1

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T

P_over_D_ans = 1

so ...

n=

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case 2

given:

VA , T, n

4

T n D

2 4

n D VA

2 4

VA

this says that propeller (full scale and model) must match this ratio which is a constant determined by T, VA, n and we can plot a curve of KT vs J4 and determine the points (values of J) for which K T vs J for a given P/D match.

Kt_over_J_4 :=

T D VA

2 2

Kt_over_J_4 := 0.544

Kt_design( J) := Kt_over_J_4 J

z := 5

EAR := 0.75

Kt( J) = constant J

4

the design point for a particular propeller (B.n.nn) i.e. n is determined from the value of J that satisfies:

since the process is identical to case 1, only the final result is shown

intersection solution

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note the o at each J intersection and select the maximum (P/D curves not well labeled, P/D ~ = J at K T=0. left to right lowest to highest)

1 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0

Kt, efficiency

0.1

0.2

0.3

0.4

0.5

0.6

0.7

0.8

0.9

1.1

1.2

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1.5

1.6

P_over_D_ans = 1

and ...

D=

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