Francesco Coslovich

Doctoral Student at Marine Technology

Francesco Coslovich is a PhD student at the division of Marine Technology. He will be working at a research project called Ship Motions and Added Resistance in Oblique Seas. The research focus is seakeeping and added resistance analysis. The main target of the project is to evaluate ship motions and added resistance in oblique seas developing a fully nonlinear potential flow method. Before coming to Chalmers, Francesco graduated with his MSc in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from the University of Trieste, Italy.


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Prediction of Parametric Rolling for a Container Ship in Regular and Irregular Waves Using a Fully Nonlinear Time Domain Potential Flow Method

Francesco Coslovich, Carl-Erik Janson, Martin Kjellberg
8th International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering, MARINE2019, p. 634-645
Paper in proceedings

Fully non-linear potential flow method for multiple floating bodies in confined waters

Francesco Coslovich, Magnus Östberg, Leif Broberg
Proceedings of ICSOT-India 2019, p. 57-64
Paper in proceedings

Computations of roll motion in waves using a fully nonlinear potential flow method

Francesco Coslovich, Giorgio Contento, Martin Kjellberg et al
NAV International Conference on Ship and Shipping Research, p. 186-193
Paper in proceedings

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Ship Motions and Added Resistance in Oblique Waves

Carl-Erik Janson Marine Technology
Arash Eslamdoost Marine Technology
Francesco Coslovich Marine Technology

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