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CONTENTS Preface Opening Session Welcoming Address, K. Horinokita Opening Address, H. Ka ji tani Keynote Lectures Chairmen: H. Ka jitani, E. Rood, M. Ohkusu Developing an Accurate and Efficient Method for Viscous Compressible Flow Simulations - An Example of CFD in Aeronautics - K. Fujii Boundary-Layer Stability and Transition W. S. Sari c RNG Modeling Techniques for Complex Turbulent Flows S. A. Orszag A Flood Control of Dam Reservoir by Conjugate Gradient and Finite Element Methods M. Kawahara and T. Kawasaki Session 1 : N-S solver Chairwoman: J. W. Schot, Co-chairman: T. Okuno Numerical Simulation of Three-Dimensional Viscous Flow around a Submersible Body C-I Yang, P-M. Hartwich and P. Sundaram Grid Generation and Flow Computation for Practical Ship Hull Forms and Propellers Using the Geometrical Method and the IAF Scheme Y. Kodama ......... Session 2A : Flow around ship Chairman: L. Larsson, Co-chairman: S. Ishikawa Recent Developments in a Ship Stern Flow Prediction Code M. Hoeks tra Computation of a Free Surface Flow around an Advancing Ship by the Navier-Stokes Equations T. Hino Finite-Difference Simulation of a Viscous Flow about a Ship of Arbitrary Configuration M. Zhu, H. Miyata and H. Ka ji tani Session 2B : Green function & Neumann-Kelvin problem Chairman: K. Tori, Co-chairman: H. Kagemoto Numerical Evaluation of the Complete Wave-Resistance Green's Function Using Bessho's Approach H. T. Wang and J. C. W. Rogers . . vll . . . 111 ......... 2 5 23 59 71 87 ...... 133

Numerical Evaluation of a Shi p's Steady Wave Spectrum F. Noblesse, W. M. Lin and R. Hellish ......... 145 Ship Wave Ray Tracing Including Surface Tension D. B. Huang and K. Eggers · - ~ ~ · - - - — Session 3A : Flow around ship Chairman: I. Tanaka, Co-chairman: M. Ito Numerical Calculations of the Viscous Flow over the Ship Stern by Fully Elliptic and Partially Parabolic Navier- Stokes Equations K. J. Oh, S. H. Kang and T. Kobayashi 175 New Viscous and Inviscid CFD Techniques for Ship Flows L. Larsson, L. Broberg, K. J. Kim and D. H. Zhang 185 Numerical Simulation of Viscous Flow around Practical Hull Form A. Masuko and S. Ogiwara Session 3B : Free surface flows Chairman: A. J. Hermans, Co-chairman: Y. Kyozuka Calculation of Nonlinear Water Waves around a 2-Dimensional Body in Uniform Flow by Means of Boundary Element Method K. Suzuki Nonlinear Simulation of Transient Free Surface Flows R. Cointe Slamming of Flat-Bottomed Bodies Calculated with Exact Free Surface Boundary Conditions S. Falch Session 4 : Turbulent flow simulation/Viscous flows Chairman: Y. Himeno, Co-chairman: Y. Higo Pressure Transients in Transitional Boundary Layer over a Solid Surface Sin-I Cheng Large Eddy Simulation by Using Finite-Difference Method Y. Doi Computation of the Flow past Shiplike Hulls J. Piquet and M. Visonneau Session 5A : Viscous flows Chairman: M. Ikehata, Co-chairman: T. Eguchi Simulations of Forces Acting on a Cylinder in Oscillatory Flow by Direct Calculation of the Navier-Stokes Equations T. Kinoshita, M. Hinatsu and S. Murashige Numerical and Analytical Investigations of a Stationary Flow past a Self-Propelled Body N. P. MosEkin, V. V. PukEnachov and V. L. Sennitskii 329 . 251 , 269 ~ 285 ......... 295 ....... 313 . . . V111

Session 5B : Motion of floating bodies among waves Chairman: C. M. Lee, Co-chairman: K. Takagi Time-Domain Calculation of Wave-Body Interactio C. Yang, Y. Z. Liu of the Nonlinear Hydrodynamics n and N. Takagi Two-Dimensional Numerical Modelling of Large Motions of Floating Bodies in Waves D. Sen, J. S. Pawlowski, J. Lever and M. J. Hinchey 351 Session 6 : Free-surface waves Chairman: J. H. Hwang, Co-chairman: K. Takagi The Effect of the Steady Perturbation Potential on the Motions of a Ship Sailing in Random Seas R. H. M. Huijsmans and A. J. Hermans Numerical Prediction of Semi-Submersible Non-Linear Motions in Irregular Waves X. B. Chen and B. Molin Numerical Computations for a Nonlinear Free Surface Flow Problem K. J. Bad, J. W. Kim and Y. H. Kim Session 7 : Restricted waters Chairman: M. Ohkusu, Co-chairman: T. Fukasawa Numerical Grid Generation and Upstream Waves for Ships Moving in Restricted Waters R. C. Ertekin and Z. -M. Qian Wave Resistance and Squat of a Slender Ship Moving near the Critical Speed in Restricted Water H. S. Choi and C. C. Mei Session 8A : Surface tension/Free-surface viscous flows Chairman: E. Baba, Co-chairman: T. Fukasawa Some Numerical Computations about Free Surface Boundary Layer and Surface Tension Effects on Nonlinear Waves E. Campana, F. Lalli and U. Bulgarelli A Boundary Integral Formulation for Free Surface Viscous and Inviscid Flows about Submerged Bodies C. M. Casciola and R. Piva : Image processing Session 8B Chairman: Development of a New Velocity Measurement System by Using Computerized Flow Visualization and Numerical Method K. Mori and S. Ninomiya ......... H. Kato, Co-chairman: K. Kataoka Automatic Particle-Image Velocimetry Utilizing Laser- Induced Fluorescent Particles T. C. Fu, R. Bing, J. Katz and T. T. Huang . ......... 439

Session 9A : Radiation/Diffraction Chairman: M. Kan, Co-chairman: Y. Terao Side-Wall Effects on Hydrodynamic Forces Acting on a Ship with Forward and Oscillatory Motions M. Kashiwagi and M. Ohkusu Interaction between Current, Waves and Marine Structures R. Zhao and O. M. Faltinsen 513 The Numerical Solution of the Motions of a Ship Advancing in Waves G. X. Mu and R. E. Taylor . 499 Session 9B : Ship stern flows Chairman: J. McCarthy, Co-chairman: M. Tamashima On the Numerical Solution of the Turbulent Flow-Field past Double Ship Hulls at Low and High Reynolds Numbers G. D. Tzabiras and T. A. Loukakis ......... 539 Computation of Viscous Flow around a Propeller-Shaft Configuration with Infinite-Pitch Rectangular Blades F. Stern and H. T. Kim Computation of a Nonlinear Rotational Inviscid Flow through a Heavily-Loaded Actuator Disk with a Large Hub B. Yin ...... 553 ...... 571 Session lOA : Rankine source method Chairman: K. Nakatake, Co-chairman: Y. Terao Computations of 3D Transom Stern Flows B. H. Cheng Ship Wave-Resistance Computations G. Jensen, V. Ber tram and H. Soding Session lOB : Viscous flows/Vortex Chairman: G. van Oortmerssen, Co-chairman: M. Tamashima Numerical Solution of Viscous Flows about Submerged and Partly Submerged Bodies P. G. Esposito, G. Graziani and P. Orlandi 607 Simulation of Hydrodynamic Loading and Structural Response of a Marine Riser A. Dercksen and F. van Walree ........ 581 ........ 593 Session llA : Rankine source method Chairman: F. Noblesse, Co-chairman: Y. Kasahara Stability and Accuracy of a Non-Linear Model for the Wave Resistance Problem A. J. Husker .. Calculation of Free-Surface Flow around a Ship in Shallow Water by Rankine Source Method H. Yasukawa x ....... 629

A Hybrid Model for Calculating Wave-Making Resistance V . A an es 1 a n d Session llB : Cavitation Chairman: S. T. Bong , Co-chairman: A. Masuko Finite Difference Analysis of Unsteady Cavitation on a Two-Dimensional Hydrofoil A. Kubota, H. Kato and H. Yamaguchi Theoretical Prediction of Midchord and Face Unsteady Propeller Sheet Cavitation S. A. Kinnas and N. E. Fine Propeller Inflow Corrections for Improved Unsteady Force and Cavitation Calculations T. S. Mautner Closing session Concluding Remarkes F. Nobl esse Group discussions Summary of the Group Discussion on Rankine Source Methods Chairman: A. J. Husker, Co-chairman: S. Ogi ware Summary of the Group Discussion on Navier-Stokes Solvers Chairman: J. Piquet, Co-chairman: Y. Kodama Summary of the Group Discussion on Boundary Integral Method for Radiation/Diffraction Problems Chairman: O. M. Faltinsen, Co-chairman: M. Takaki List of participants X1 657 667 685 701 715 ......... 719 721 725 727

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