Carl-Erik Janson

Professor at Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Marine Technology

Carl-Erik is a Naval Architect and has competence in detailed flow around ships, resistance (EU: CALYPSO, FANTASTIC), propulsion (EU: LEADING EDGE), potential-flow theory, numerical methods for free-surface waves, automatic shape optimization (EU: FANTASTIC, VIRTUE), and theory for ship motion (seakeeping and manoeuvring). His present research field is in theory and Numerical methods for ship motion.

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Showing 34 publications

2018

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
2018

Nonlinear computations of heave motions for a generic Wave Energy Converter

Carl-Erik Janson, Daniel Castanon, Massimiliano Leoni et al
, p. 283 - 283
Paper in proceedings
2017

International Energy Agency Ocean Energy Systems Task 10 Wave Energy Converter Modeling Verification and Validation

Fabian et al Wendt, Carl-Erik Janson
The European Wave and Tidal Conference EWTEC 2017
Paper in proceedings
2015

Development of a Software to Identify and Analyse Marine Traffic Situations

Fredrik Olindersson, Carl-Erik Janson
MARSIM Proceedings
Paper in proceedings
2015

Maritime Traffic Situations in Bornholmsgat

Fredrik Olindersson, Carl-Erik Janson, Joakim Dahlman
TRANSNAV-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ON MARINE NAVIGATION AND SAFETY OF SEA TRANSPORTATION. Vol. 9 (1), p. 115-120
Journal article
2013

Auxiliary Kite Propulsion Contribution to Ship Thrust

Heng Ran, Carl-Erik Janson, Björn Allenström
ASME 2013 32nd International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering, OMAE 2013; Nantes; France; 9 June 2013 through 14 June 2013. Vol. 8
Paper in proceedings
2012

Fully Nonlinear Potential Flow Method for Three-Dimensional Body Motion

Martin Kjellberg, Giorgio Contento, Carl-Erik Janson
Proceedings from NAV 2012, 17th International Conference on Ships and Shipping Research, p. 117-
Paper in proceedings
2012

Damaged Ro-Pax Vessel Time to Capsize

Heng Ran, Ingvar Rask, Carl-Erik Janson
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on the Stability of Ships and Ocean Waves, p. 373-379
Paper in proceedings
2012

A method for assessment of the survival time of a ship damaged by collision

Martin Schreuder, Per Hogström, Jonas Ringsberg et al
Transactions - Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. Vol. 119 (1), p. 603-619
Journal article
2011

A method for assessment of the survival time of a ship damaged by collision

Martin Schreuder, Per Hogström, Jonas Ringsberg et al
Journal of Ship Research. Vol. 55 (2), p. 86-99
Journal article
2011

A nested domains technique for a fully-nonlinear unsteady three-dimensional boundary element method for free-surface flows with forward speed

Martin Kjellberg, Giorgio Contento, Carl-Erik Janson
21st International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, ISOPE-2011; Maui, HI; 19 June 2011 through 24 June 2011, p. 673-679
Paper in proceedings
2009

Holistic assessment of ship survivability and risk after damage

Martin Schreuder, Per Hogström, Jonas Ringsberg et al
Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering (MARINE 2009), p. 347-351
Paper in proceedings
2008

Grid Influence on the Propeller Open-Water Performance and Flow Field

Nabila Berchiche, Carl-Erik Janson
Ship Technology Research. Vol. 55, p. 87-96
Journal article
2007

Numerical Error and Uncertainty Analysis for a Propeller in Open Water

Nabila Berchiche, Carl-Erik Janson
Proceedings of Numerical Towing Tank Symphosium (NuTTS)
Paper in proceedings
2006

Numerical computations and comparison to experiments for a propeller in open water condition

Nabila Berchiche, Carl-Erik Janson
Ship Technology Research. Vol. 53, p. 9-16
Journal article
2006

Influence of Turbulence Models on the Prediction of Full-scale Propeller Open Water Characteristics with RANS methods

Da-Qing Li, Nabila Berchiche, Carl-Erik Janson
26th Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics, Rome, Italy, 17-22 Sept
Paper in proceedings
2005

A note on the distribution of pressure resistance on a ship hull

Carl-Erik Janson, Daniel Spinney
Ship Technology Research. Vol. 52, p. 107-114
Journal article
2005

Novel design and hydrodynamic optimisation of a high-speed hull form

Nigel Leong Koh, Carl-Erik Janson, Lars Larsson et al
Proceedings of the High Performance Marine Vehicle, Shanghai, April 9-10
Paper in proceedings
2004

A comparison of four wave cut analysis methods for wave resistance prediction

Carl-Erik Janson, Daniel Spinney
Ship Technology Research. Vol. 51, p. 173-184
Journal article
2003

The FANTASTIC RoRo: CFD optimisation of the forebody and its experimental verification

Federicia Valdenazzi, Stefan Harries, Carl-Erik Janson et al
Proceedings of NAV2003, Palermo, Italy, 24-27 June
Conference contribution
2003

Calculation of deep-water wash waves using a combined Rankine/Kelvin source method

Carl-Erik Janson, Michael Leer-Andersen, Lars Larsson
Journal of Ship Research
Journal article
2002

Bernoulli waves in deep and shallow water at low speed

Carl-Erik Janson
Ship Technology Research. Vol. 49, p. 142-147
Journal article
2001

A Combined Rankine/Kelvin Source Method for Farfield Wash Wave Calculations

Carl-Erik Janson, Michael Leer-Andersen, Lars Larsson
International Conference on High-Performance Ships, HIPER 2001, Hamburg, 2001
Paper in proceedings
2000

Linear and non-linear potential-flow calculations of free-surface waves with lift and induced drag

Carl-Erik Janson
Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Vol. 214, p. 801-812
Journal article
1996

A method for the optimization of ship hulls from a resistance point of view

Carl-Erik Janson, Lars Larsson
21st Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics, Trondheim, Norway.
Paper in proceedings
1996

Non-Linear Calculations of the Free-Surface Potential Flow around Ships with Special Hull Configurations

K.-J Kim, Carl-Erik Janson, Lars Larsson
2nd Intl Conference on Hydrodynamics, Hong-Kong.
Paper in proceedings
1994

Linear and Non-Linear Calculations of Free-Surface Potential Flow around Ships in Shallow Water

Keun-Jae Kim, Carl-Erik Janson, Lars Larsson
20th Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics, Santa Barbara, USA
Paper in proceedings
1991

A Zonal Method for Predicting External Automobile Aerodynamics, In Vehicle Aerodynamics: Recent Progress

Lars Larsson, Leif Broberg, Carl-Erik Janson
Society of Automotive Engineers. Vol. SP-855, 1991
Journal article
1988

Hydrodynamic damping of ship hull vibrations

Staffan Sunnersjö, Carl-Erik Janson
Transactions of the Royal Institute of Naval Architects. Vol. 130
Journal article
1985

Ship Flow Calculation Using the PHOENICS Computer Code

Carl-Erik Janson, Lars Larsson
Second International Symposium on Ship Viscous Resistance, Gothenburg, 1985
Paper in proceedings

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Showing 11 research projects

2018–2018

Numerical methods for ship motion in waves

Carl-Erik Janson Marine Technology
Chalmers

2017–2022

Ship Motions and Added Resistance in Oblique Waves

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

2017–2019

IEA OES Task 10 - Wave Energy Modeling Verifications and Validation

Carl-Erik Janson Marine Technology
Swedish Energy Agency

2017–2019

IEA OES TAsk 10 Wave energy modeling Verifications and Validation

Carl-Erik Janson Marine Technology
Swedish Energy Agency

2017–2017

Roll motion using a fully nonlinear method

Carl-Erik Janson Marine Technology
Chalmers

2016–2019

Analysis of Slamming using Fluid-Structure-Interaction

Carl-Erik Janson Marine Technology
Mechanics and Maritime Sciences

2016–2016

Working conditions for a propeller on a ship moving ing waves

Carl-Erik Janson Marine Technology
Chalmers

2015–2015

Wave loads and motions for a Wave Energy Converter

Carl-Erik Janson Marine Technology
Offshore Väst
Chalmers

2014–2014

Ship motion in waves

Carl-Erik Janson Marine Technology
Chalmers

2012–2012

Nonlinear ship motions

Carl-Erik Janson Marine Technology
Chalmers

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