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Mohd Rahim Amran Mohd Asrol Abu Bakar Mohd Amirul Affendy Ahmad Mohd Firdaus Rusli Mohd Aiful Amir Awang Noh Mohd Izdihar Saleh Mohd Hisyamudin Hamid

Familiarize with techniques that can predict natural periods of ship motions. To obtain significant acceleration at forward perpendicular in sea state 5 Theoretical study of seakeeping to understanding of Simple Harmonic Motion. .SEAKEEPING TEST Objective To obtain heave. pitch and roll Response Amplitude Operator (RAO).

The excessive motion which are undesirable since they may impair discomfort to the crew and passengers. . The significant acceleration at forward speed is important for some ship such as warship because they want to put the missile onboard.SEAKEEPING TEST Background The seakeeping experiment done to obtain the motion characteristic of ship.

I Apparatus Towing tank and Carriage Function  To run model at required speed.  Hold instrumentation equipment. .

SEAKEEPI EST Apparatus Wave generator Function  To generate wave at required wavelength and wave height. .

.SEAKEEPI TEST Apparatus Wave probe Function  To measure the wavelength and wave height at location in front of model.

.SEAKEEPI TEST Apparatus Resistance dynamometer and potentiometer Function  To measure the pitching angle of model.

.SEAKEEPI TEST Apparatus Accelerometer Function  To measure the vertical acceleration of model at forward and aft.

.SEAKEEPI TEST Apparatus Dewetron data processing system Function  To collect output data from transducers and process it into required output measurement in computer screen using Dewisoft.

Yaw . .Pitch 6.Surge 2. swaying and yawing. .Heave 4.Only heaving rolling and pitching are pure oscillatory motions.Roll 5. the ship does not return to its original equilibrium.For surging.Sway 3.SEAKEEPING TEST Theory 1.

SEAKEEPING TEST Theory Equation of motion Inertial Force Damping Restoring Exciting force force force m = mass of the ship az = added mass (Have no physical meaning but represents additional inertia force due to body oscillating in a fluid) b = damping force coefficient c = restoring force coefficient Fo= Amplitude of wave force (exciting force) we= Encounter Frequency. (Where w = we for stationary bodies) .

b = 0 & z ( m + a z ) &+ cz = 0 and.3 TYPE OF OSCILLATORY MOTION 1. z = A1 = sin [ zt + A2 cos [ zt where. A= A12  A2 2 F = tan A1 A2 . Free. Undamped Heaving Motion When Fo = 0.

F = 0 & @ (m  az ) & bz  cz ! 0 z & . Free Damped Heaving Motion Where.3 TYPE OF OSCILLATORY MOTION 2.

Force Heaving Motion .3 TYPE OF OSCILLATORY MOTION 3.

SEAKEEPING TEST Heaving Motion Happen when a ship moving oscillates vertically upward and downward in seaway will continue oscillated vertical up and down until the equilibrium position is reached . .

SEAKEEPING TEST Pitching Motion Occur when the bow and stem of ship will moving trimming oscillates at Y axis. .

5 to 4 m) Experiment covers for rolling.0LBP Wave height / wavelength ratio about 1:40 Covers sea state 5(wave height 2. experiment must covers: Model run at least 10 times for each speed. ii. iv. pitching. v.SEAKEEPING TEST Experiment Protocol The i.5LBP 2. iii. Covering wavelength from 0. and rolling. .

8407 0.0579 0.5167 0.0555 0.9 1.8737 0.0784 0.6768 0.6 0.7295 0.0901 Wave Amp.7876 0.5 0.0679 0.7908 0. (m) Heave (m) Pitch (deg) 3/A 0.0628 0.7187 0.7 0.3338 0.0510 0.8962 0.8787 0.0588 0.8608 0.8818 0.8 0.0462 0.7070 wave slope (rad) 5/A 0.SEAKEEPING TEST Experiment Protocol (m) T (s) H (m) Wave Height (m) 0.8979 0.0 .0727 0.0479 0.7627 0.7072 0.7471 0.7225 0.7041 0.3163 0.5637 0.

177 . T Displacement (volume) Displacement (weight) LCB and LCG KG Trial Sp d Block Coefficient.4 from AP .16886 1.7 22171 21635 7 from AP 8.SEAKEEPING TEST Preparation Particulars Length Between Perpendicular. D Draft. Cw Scal Unit m m m m m3 tonnes m M Knot Ship 138. 19(m/s) .2 14 .0 21.25 . B Depth.76 .5 8.174 . LBP Breadth. CB Waterplane Coefficient.436 .164 1.8 12.8 6 .9 9 1:5 Model 2.

Release the oscillation table of the apparatus for the measuring ship model inertia moment.g floor). 3. Push one side of the empty oscillation table down and release it to let it oscillate freely . 2. Measure height of a specific point at one end of the model above a certain reference (e. 5. Calculate the total amount of the ballast to be loaded for the various conditions to be tested. 4.SEAKEEPING TEST Preparation 1. Adjusted the level of the oscillation table to the required height.

10. 7. 8.SEAKEEPING TEST Preparation Determine the time for one complete oscillation (natural oscillation period). Position the model on the table & ballast 9. Remove the model and fixate the ballast weights. The model is now as far as its mass distribution in concerned ready for the testing in the basin. 6. Determine the time for one complete oscillation by measuring the lime passing for 10 oscillations divided by 10. Calculate the natural oscillation time. Check whether the oscillation time agrees with the calculated oscillation time 11. .

it is put on the carriage The model will towed by towing carriage The vertical motion will measure by potentiometer The data is then being analysis and plotted by the program in the carriage . When the model is well balanced.SEAKEEPING TEST Experiment Setup Attached model to the towing carriage by air struck at LCG of the model.

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