Numerical Ship Hydrodynamics - An Assessment of the Tokyo 2015 Workshop
Edited book, 2020
The Tokyo 2015 Workshop attracted 36 groups from all over the world, and different types of computations were carried out for three hulls. It was the largest of the workshops in the series so far. All computed results were compiled in a volume, called Proceedings II, and distributed at the meeting, which was held in Tokyo in December 2015. The volume also includes short papers describing the computational methods and the results in more detail.
In the present book, in-depth evaluations of all computed results are presented. For some of the test cases additional computations by the organizers are presented on topics of particular interest found at the meeting. All experimental data are reported, as well as a comprehensive set of new data obtained after the workshop. The book has been written by the organizers and their co-workers. Supplementary materials are available for free at http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030475710. The book constitutes the final documentation of the Tokyo 2015 Workshop and gives a state-of-the-art assessment of the CFD capabilities within the area of Ship Hydrodynamics.
Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Marine Technology
Areas of Advance
C3SE (Chalmers Centre for Computational Science and Engineering)