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AMET UNIVERSITY

(Under Sec. 3 of UGC Act 1956)

LESSON PLAN
Sub Name: Dynamics of Floating Bodies Sub Code: HE 401 Course: B.E.HE & OT Unit : I Group : I Semester : IV
LP Rev. No: Date: Page 1 of 5

Unit Syllabus: Floating body dynamics diffraction and radiation by large bodies linearised equations of motion for a constrained floating body simple harmonic motion exciting and restoring forces added mass and radiation damping. Objective: To know the basic knowledge of floating body dynamics S.No 1 2 3 Topics to be covered Floating body dynamics Diffraction and radiation by large bodies Linearised equations of motion for a constrained floating body 4 5 6 Simple harmonic motion Exciting and restoring forces Added mass and radiation damping References:
1. Lamb.H; Hydrodynamics, 1945 Cambridge University, UK. 2. Bhattacharya.R;Dynamics of Marine Vehicles 1978, Wiley Inter Science, Newark. 3. Newmann.J.N; Marine Hydrodynamics 1977.MIT Press, USA

Time (Hr) 2 2 2

Ref R1, 3 R1, 3 R1, 3

Teaching Method WB / LCD WB / LCD WB / LCD

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2 2 2

R1, 3 R1, 3 R1, 3

WB / LCD WB / LCD WB / LCD

Prepared by Name Designation Date


Mr.M.Jackson Ponraj Teaching Assistant

Approved by
Dr.K.Thiruvenkatasamy HOD Harbour Engineering

AMET UNIVERSITY
(Under Sec. 3 of UGC Act 1956)

LESSON PLAN
Sub Name: Dynamics of Floating Bodies Sub Code: HE 401 Course: B.E.HE & OT Unit : Group : I II Semester : IV Page 2 of 5 LP Rev. No: Date:

Unit Syllabus: Behaviour of systems with time dependent characteristics- Undamped free motions of a system with time dependent spring characteristics Damped free motions of a system with time dependent spring characteristics Objective: To understand the basic knowledge of Behaviour of systems with time dependent
characteristics

S.No 1

Topics to be covered
Behaviour of systems with time dependent characteristics

Time (Hr) 4

Ref R1,2

Teaching Date Method WB / LCD

Signature

Undamped free motions of a system with time dependent spring characteristics

R1,2

WB / LCD

Damped free motions of a system with time dependent spring characteristics

R1,2

WB / LCD

References:
1. Lamb.H; Hydrodynamics, 1945 Cambridge University, UK. 2. Bhattacharya.R;Dynamics of Marine Vehicles 1978, Wiley Inter Science, Newark. 3. Newmann.J.N; Marine Hydrodynamics 1977.MIT Press, USA

Prepared by Name Designation Date


Mr.M.Jackson Ponraj Teaching Assistant

Approved by
Dr.K.Thiruvenkatasamy HOD Harbour Engineering

AMET UNIVERSITY
(Under Sec. 3 of UGC Act 1956)

LESSON PLAN
Sub Name: Dynamics of Floating Bodies Sub Code: HE 401 Course: B.E.HE & OT Unit : Group : I III Semester : IV Page 3 of 5 LP Rev. No: Date:

Unit Syllabus: Forced motions of a system with time dependent spring characteristics Behaviour of systems with time dependent damping characteristics Objective: To understand the basic knowledge of Forced motions of a system S.No 1 Topics to be covered
Forced motions of a system with time dependent spring characteristics

Time (Hr) 6

Ref R1, R2

Teaching Date Method WB / LCD WB / LCD

Signature

Behaviour of systems with time dependent damping characteristics

R1, R2

References:
1. Lamb.H; Hydrodynamics, 1945 Cambridge University, UK. 2. Bhattacharya.R;Dynamics of Marine Vehicles 1978, Wiley Inter Science, Newark. 3. Newmann.J.N; Marine Hydrodynamics 1977.MIT Press, USA

Prepared by Name Designation Date


Mr.M.Jackson Ponraj Teaching Assistant

Approved by
Dr.K.Thiruvenkatasamy HOD Harbour Engineering

AMET UNIVERSITY
(Under Sec. 3 of UGC Act 1956)

LESSON PLAN
Sub Name: Dynamics of Floating Bodies Sub Code: HE 401 Course: B.E.HE & OT Unit : Group : I IV Semester : IV Page 4 of 5 LP Rev. No: Date:

Unit Syllabus: Response analysis of floating structures semi submersible, tension leg platforms tower tanker systems Floating production systems multi body structures. Objective: To understand the basic knowledge of Response analysis of floating structures S.No 1 2 3 4 5 Topics to be covered
Response analysis of floating structures semi submersible, tension leg platforms tower tanker systems Floating production systems multi body structures

Time (Hr) 2 4 2 2 2

Ref R2 R2 R2 R2 R2

Teaching Method WB / LCD WB / LCD WB / LCD WB / LCD WB / LCD

Date

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References:
1. Lamb.H; Hydrodynamics, 1945 Cambridge University, UK. 2. Bhattacharya.R;Dynamics of Marine Vehicles 1978, Wiley Inter Science, Newark. 3. Newmann.J.N; Marine Hydrodynamics 1977.MIT Press, USA

Prepared by Name Designation Date


Mr.M.Jackson Ponraj Teaching Assistant

Approved by
Dr.K.Thiruvenkatasamy HOD Harbour Engineering

AMET UNIVERSITY
(Under Sec. 3 of UGC Act 1956)

LESSON PLAN
Sub Name: Dynamics of Floating Bodies Sub Code: HE 401 Course: B.E.HE & OT Unit : Group : I V Semester : IV Page 5 of 5 LP Rev. No: Date:

Unit Syllabus: Station keeping mooring systems Thruster forces Springing forces Wave drift
oscillation Dynamic positioning

Objective: To understand the basic knowledge of Station keeping S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6


Station keeping mooring systems Thruster forces Springing forces Wave drift oscillation Dynamic positioning

Topics to be covered

Time (Hr) 2 2 2 2 2 2

Ref R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1

Teaching Method WB / LCD WB / LCD WB / LCD WB / LCD WB / LCD WB / LCD

Date

Signature

References:
1. Lamb.H; Hydrodynamics, 1945 Cambridge University, UK. 2. Bhattacharya.R;Dynamics of Marine Vehicles 1978, Wiley Inter Science, Newark. 3. Newmann.J.N; Marine Hydrodynamics 1977.MIT Press, USA

Prepared by Name Designation Date


Mr.M.Jackson Ponraj Teaching Assistant

Approved by
Dr.K.Thiruvenkatasamy HOD Harbour Engineering