BEM-B

Name of contributor

Katsuji Tanizawa and Makiko Minami, Ship Research Institute, Japan

Simulation Method

BEM ( Linear Element ), Fully nonlinear simulation based on MEL

Method for ft computation

Boundary-value problem for ft is solved.

Wave absorption

Wave absorbing beach

(Damping terms are added to kinematic and dynamic B.C.)

Intersection

Double nodes

Number of nodes

20 per wave length, 37 on body

Time integral method

4th order Runge-Kutta method

Dt = Tw / 20 ~ Tw / 40 ( T : Wave period )

Computer information

Computer : VT-alpha 600 MHz

OS : Digital UNIX

Language : Fortran77

CPU time : 3.1sec/step

Reference papers


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