Sie sind auf Seite 1von 29

The JapanSociety

The Japan Society of Naval Architects and


ofNavalArchitects Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

The Calculationof Hydrodynamical Forces and


Moments acting on the Two Dimensional Body

According to the Grim's Theory


By Kinya TAMURA,*MembeT

Abstract

The hydrodynamicalforces in horizonaldirection and moments in ]ongitudinal


directionacting on the two dimensional body with Lewis form seetion are obtained

by Grim's theory in the case of swaying and rolling oscillation and in the case
restrained among waves. Resultsof numerieal calculations, i.e. virtual mass m",
damping amplitude ratio A, and their leversh,., h,t of swaying oscillation, virtual

moment of inertia I'',damping amplitude ratio A,E and their levershR. hH.t of rolling

oscillation and hydrodynamicalforcesa, RE and their leversh.., h.i of the


restrained body among waves, are given in tables and figures. These are compared

with the calculations by Tasai and with the experiments by Grim.

Centents

Introduction
g.1 Fundamentalsof the theory
S.2 The coeffts. oi the simultaneous equations

g.3 Boundary condition


g.4 Force and moment calculation

g.5 Numerical calculation


S.6 Considerationfor the motion among waves

Conclusion
Aknowledgement
References
Nomenclatures

Introduetion
'
The author hydrodynamical forces in horizontal
calculates the directionand
moments in longitudinaldirectionproduced by swaying and rolling oscillation ef the
two dimensionalbody with the Lewis form section, and also calculates them acting
on the same body restrained arnong transverse waves. The rnethod is justthe same
tttt
...t.t..t.
ee

-57-

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society Naval
of Naval
of Architects
Architects and Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

as Grim{4) condueted the caleulations of the hydyodynamical force$ in vertlcal

direction
in the c:ase of heaving motion and in the case of the restrained body
among transverse wuves.

Grim treated the velocity potential functionand the stream functionas complex

respectively, though usually the fermer is signjfied by the real part and the latter
'I"he
by the imaginary part. rcsults obtained by these calculations are given in
complex, the real part shows the forceor moment with same phase as te the motion
of thebody or waves and the imaginary part shows the force or moment with the

90 degreesphase iag. The theory is based on the assumptions of the idealflow and

the possiblityof lineartreatment. Since the complex potential function can be


expressed by a series of partialpotentialfunctionsthe. each of which satisfies the
condition of freesurface and the condiitien of discontinuity repectively, the velocity

potential functionof the fluidis obtained upproximately by adopting the firstfinite


terms of the partial potentia! series and by deciding the unknown coefficients Ai, - -'
, A,.,"i so as to satisfy the boundary cendition of the body.

The hydrodynamical forcesancl moments are given by integrationof thus


ol)tained ve]ocity potential along the surface of the body. In this report t]ie first
four terms are adopted,
The numerie.al calculations are earried out on the sections coverin/tT considerably

wide ranges such as the depth ,ratioa'2T==-0,


brea(lth 2 N2.2
and the sectional area

ratio reg=O,5ss-1.0.
The results are compared with the values calculated by Tasai{7) and also

with the experimental results which were carried out by Grim(3) in Hamburgisehe
Schiffbau Versuchsanstalt (H.S.V.A.).

g.1 Fundamentals of the theory

1. For the basis of the theory the assurnptions are made as follows:
1) Ideal flow
2) Linear treatment of the problem
3) Approximate treatment of the boundary condition of the profile

That means firstiythe discussions of this paper are limitedto the potential flow.
Secondly the amplitude of the motion is small enough compared to the dimensions

of the profile, therefore thc wave amplitude ec uring from the body or aeting on
the body is also very small. And lastly,for the boundary condition of the profile
the .c.trearnfunctionis expanded in series ana only the finitetcrms are satisfied.

These assumptions are quite ordinary ones and mostly used in the calculations of
'
this kind.
Beside these basic assumptions the higher order oi the frequeney v is also
negiected. The effeet of thi3 neglection of p is discussedlater,as itsinfluenceis
-5S-

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society of Naval Architects
ofNaval Architects and Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

very lmportant.

The coerdinate fellows:the X- axis lieshorizontal


system is taken and
as

coincides with the freesurface of water when it becomes rest, the Y- axis crosses
perpendicularto X-- axis and its positivedirection is chosen to down side.
The Lewis form section is adoped for the profile, as it is quite ressemble to

the cross sections of actual ships, and is given in the followingaimensionless form
using the subcoordinate e (fromo to rr) ana the parameter a,b.

x+ ij1eie+
=: ae-te+be-i3e (1)

;-=-:ll:)),CiO.Seeibb,C.,O
Or
(2)
This profile is, of course, symmetricai to the Y- axis.

2. For the authDr's purpose the cemplex functionmust be asymmetric


potential to

the origin of the coordinate. Thus the followingformulais chosen, where the time

factoreibl` is omitted,

l:rc2n-ii(rc (3)
S:-:e-'i
";Xrle,",

m+iT =: -A,i drc[-tr.,


A.i -[-p) xeirf(x-tiy)drc ut-o)
lli
Or it may be written as:

M+iT ==
liLA"(din'1'iaP',,) (3')
tt=D

Each of these partial complex potentialfunctions satis'fies the followingcondition of

freesurface and also t]ie condition ef continuity except the origin.

07din , rOdin
--ot-,-T"--o-t -g aatyge-
=e at y=o (4)
-O.o-2di..:Oo2ye.,n-,.o
(s)
Thus the problem goes now to de/finethe coefficients Ao, Ai, A2, -A., 'so

as to satisfy the boundary condition of the profile.


Put V bound equal to W of eq. (3')and substitute eq. (2) into it, then the

unknown coeffts. be determined,provided V bound. i.e, the


will stream function
on the body profilefor the motion in question, can be found. Of course, a finite

number of terms is considered, as mentiened in the begining.

h/l-loi AnVniat surface=Vbeundi <6)


Now & "]l in Feurier
ake, "Pei,,
bound are expanded
aPe.ui at surface series,

the first "m"


terms of the series are adopted and higherorders are neglected.
'!
ai sin e+bi sin 3e+ -- - +mi sin (2m- I) e
tha1s=:
az sin e+ b2 sin 301- r---+ mz sin (2m - 1)e
Vi 1s=:
..,....,,-..---" 1 (7)
--t-ttt-ttttt-t--t--"-tt-"--4tttr- r
1

vm-iI,=:
a. sin b. sin 3e+- -- -- +m.
o-[-- sin (2m-i)e)
Tboz,.d ab sin e+bb
=:
sin 3e+-- +mb sin (2m-1)e (s)
- 59 -.

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society of Naval Architects
ofNaval Architects and Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

Substituteeq. (7)(8)into eq. (6),the followingsimultaneous equations of


"m"
degreesare given and the eoeffts Ao, Ai,-- A.Li will be determlnea.
a" Aai a2At I-----+ amA.,-i= ab
'/

btAbtb2Al I'''''''-''''' +bmAm-1='bb


-- --- - )
(9)

MiAD'1'M2Al+ '''''''' +MmAmrl=:Mb.

The coeffts. of eq. (9)signify the complex number.

After eq. (9)is solved, force is obtained from


inydrodynamic
the or moment

the integrationof the pressure along the profile. These force and moment also

vibratc with the frequencyv, so the amplitudie of forceand moment are given by
the fol!owing equations.

didyi=7p[oltLii
Force in horizontaldirection=ptoI, Anl, ipndy =:pto

;A,Len
:1 (10)

Moment =
pm
S,(ycly
e + xdx) i=ipm
:1A. I,
l; di.(ydy + xdx) ==
pmrtTiA.L, (11)
In the ease of restrained body among waves the clescribed calculation delixrers
only the forceand the mom.ent produced by the disturbedflow, The forceand the

moment produeed by the undisttirbed flow in the coming transverse waves must be
added to them.

In this report m;t:4 .is chosen and the detail calculations are made in the

fol}owingsections.

g.2 The confficients of the simultaneous equations.

1. By the method of partial integralthe following equations are obtained.

sc.lyl :.',
b;("i s`J ';'
nvif: d.= -i,I: d, (i2)
.t tv. .e

i!: rczn-"i(rc+ v)etN(x+iy) drc=: )-i-y()-2,"-.-.7,1


((it-, -iy(-
(t.)
")-,-1)!'
1'L(2i (i3)
The integrationof the right hand side of eq. (12)can be performed using the
expansions when v is small and " tends to zero,

l;,
g}, S:-Ei:'l(;'fYii drc - = iy)-i
eivC='iv'{l.(rv)el. (x-L
"2--i(xi-
iy)--Y2-({ ;21IYL'
.iv3(3X.l!iYrr)
v` (Z
t4/i')L).L'
.- i"5(sX;g.!iY).?.,..,..
3.i
.}r irteivc,=+iv)
(14)

o & Vo into a real and a imaginary part


are subdividedi respective!y.

The imaginary part is derived from the term of ilLin eq. (l2).The expansion due
to v is adopted until the term of ve and higherorders are neglected.
'
The stream function becomes:
- 60 -.

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society of Naval Architects and
ofNavalArchitects Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

'fbo. = -xEi
v+ ve-"V[cos vx.l.{rvVI'2'+y2}
-Fsin vx(-g--tan-iiil-
)]+ vz),

+ pa (x2
tt-
-y2) +
Sg-pb, (y2-3x2)+ 22s5s
vs{- scvy2 (6x2-y2)}

+-i4-347ovfiy{x4+y2(-I-y2-2x2)} (ls)
afr.t=zve-"Y cos vx (16)
The velocity potentialfunctionbecomes:

cb I-fy2+ ve-"YC-
or
= sin vx .
l.{ryVx2+'y2} + cos vx(-g--
)] gv3ay
tan- i-ojx-+ v2x -

+ -31 (3y2-x2);-v5ay
gv`x (x2 -1-
-27 -y2) + -1- (y2-2x2)}
71io7e-v6x{x4 by2 (17)
di.i -"ve-"Y
=: sin vhr (18)
The coeffts. of the simultaneous equations are given by the followingintegrals,
where the independent values of e must be taken off from the integrand.
"

air, bi" cir, dir=4.ii(v-o,LV'.e..)sin(2n-1)e-tio (lg)


--- n==1,2,3,4 respectiveiy

The coeffts. of the imaginary part aii, bii,cii, dii are given when tho.
is replaced
by ftPpoi
2. The coeffts. of the second, third and fourthpartial stream functionsare given
more simply, as these can be expanded in Fourier series directlyand consist of the

real part only.

For the second complex potential the followingformula is derivedfrom eq.

(13).
(dii+i'P' (20)
i)=-(..i?iyJt3-iv
rill
iy)2
Substituteeq. (1)into eq. (20)and neglect
higherthan eui'O, then: the terms
(dii+iVD!t7-{2e-t3"-6ae-i5e-(6b-12a2)e-ire}+iv{e-t20-2ae-i4e-(2b-3a2)e'i60}
The stream function "i can be expanded in odd sine series using the following
formula.
ces(2ne) - r=:: :;]c..sin{(2m+ 1)e}
m=o

16 ge2
efn==i'(2m-E-2n-+1i(2m-2n-:.1)(2m-llo (21)
Namely :
Vi Constant :=

+sin e(-
t6v{-5 ?b
lilsa-
-
3-i +
-23;a2})

+sin 3e[2-52v{- isi


--ij-a- -23b+a2})

+sinse(-6a-gS.v{-S--1+ga-l?b+?Za2})

-61-

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society Naval
of Naval
of Architects
Architects and Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

+sin 7o[- 6b+ 12a2-;9v{-ts-+:83-a


Z-b-
273a2
}] (22)
Thus the coeffts. a2,. b2., cp., d2. are given,
By the same procedure the coeffts. of the third and fourth partial stream
funetionsare given from eq. (23)& (24).
r(x.t.ilssT-iV 4! . 3!
(di2+ilP'2) ==

(.IJis-j/u C23)

ab '(I+6-tr/ + iv-(. +5iyl


(di3
J'iv3) =
,-
), <24)

S.3 Boundary condition

1, Swaying oscil!ation
When the body makes the swaying oscillation with the velocity of Ue`tu`,
the
stream functionon the body surface Yr
bound becomes as follows, where time
factoris omitted.
Tbound== Cly
=U(C1 --a) sin O-b $in 3e) (25)
Therefore the coeffts. are given as:

ab.=1-a abi=:O

bbr=-b bbi ==O


(26)
CbT:=:O Cbt=O

db.==O dbt ==O

2. Rolling oscillation
When the bedy makes the rolling oscillation with the angular velocity of R,
w
bound becomes :
Tb...di==- Sl(x2ty2) (27)

Substitute
eq. (2)& (21)into it, then:
Tbound =: 1.S9
ii//i(;2.i-
['('2/ii2(ii)12b.)
(2..is (2n+ + 3)
+ 3e{2n + s)]
sin{ i)e} (28)

Therefore the eoeffts. are given as:

ab.=-l6x
{-a(1+b)
-{ b} , abi:=--'O

a(isLtt22)-
--#
b,. =-.ti.6.-{ b}, b,, ==o
ag)

c,.-]li6.,{--a-Cl-7+b--)-+-gb}, c,,-:o

d,.rT2i-tL-{-g-//{'g'b)-t-kb},d,,,,-o

3. Restrained condition among transverse waves.

-62-

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society of Naval
of Naval Architects
Architects and Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

In the restrained conditien the stream funetionon the body surface becomes :
Tbound=e
But the satisfaction of the boundary condition must be thought after adding the
streum function of waves to the original one.

The complex potentialfunctienof the transverse wave is given in the follewing


formula.
VP'b`{ut`'"CX'tY)}
(O+ier)iv= W{cos tot+isin := tot}e`'(X+`Y) (30)
Where the amplitude of the wave (half
of the wave height)equals to VVut/g,This
complex potential of waves can be dividedinto two parts, one is symmetric to the
Y- axis and another is asymmetric. The former contributes to the forces in vertical

directionand the latterto the forces in horizontaldirectionand to the moments in


longitudinaldirection.The latteris the author's case.

Nameiy :
(di+iY)orHVl;7eivCx'iU):::
wau"Y(-sinvx+i cos yx)
=:
(31)
Where the time factor is omitted and the amount of amplitude is cliscussed.
Substituteeq, (1) into eq. (31)after expanding it into series, the complex pote-
ntial on the surface of the body becomes:

(M'I'ier)}ril
at surface=:
Wi{l+iyeiO(1+aeut2e+bemtte)

- -Y21e`2"(1 }
+ be"t40)2+
+ ae-i2e (32)
From eq, (32)it is noticeable that the firsttwo terms show formula as
the sarne

the boundary condition of the swaying oscillation eq. (25).Therefore it will be


necssary to take at leastthree terms when the effect of waves is discussed.
Now treating the stream function due to waves as a kind of boundary condition

and considering that thc strearn function must be zero at y=tO, the following
formula is led from eq, (31).
T'o,..d=:-VVqe-"Y cos vx-cos vx,) (33)
Where xe means the value at y==O on the profile.
Refering eq, (2),(16)& (19),the coeffts. of simultaneous equations are given
as follows, where coeffts. divided by are v for the sake of convenience to express
the results in dimensionless
form.

abr == --
#-/pi2- , ab ,= O >j
bli
bbr==--fi-y'2'' ' b,i=o
(34)
cbr:=---.iiLi2 Cb i.=-=- O

dl, )
dbr=':'r-xv2 ' det=O

-63-

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society Naval
of Naval
of Architects
Architects and Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

g.4 Foree and moment calculation

1. When eq. (7)of the simultaneeus equations are cembined with eq. (10)or
eq. (11),the force er moment is g!ven by the followingdeterminant,where
coeffts. show the complex value and the inoment is given by replacing ei, ez,-',

eb with fi, f2,--,


A.
E signifies the result of the force calculation and F signifies the result of moment

calculation.

al a2 a3 a4 ab!
bl b2 b3 b4 b,
Cl C2 C3 C4 Cb
dl d2 d3 d4. db
l
-Pnd'a-'9' E
ofMtt'=:-"h-,
lei e2 e3 e4
''a, ebi
' (35)
., .E-
b, b2 b3 b4
CT C2 C3 C4
ds dz d3 d4

e,=--O,-

---at swaying & rolling oscillation.

eb=---ew, at the restrained condition among waves.

As already mensionecl in S.1 the for e and the moment given by eq. (10)&
(11)deliveronly produced by the desturbedflow.
ones
'flow are calculated
The forceand the moment produced by undisturbed by subs-
tituting the potential functionof eq, (31)in eq. (10)& (11)respectively. The
results are divided by v for the sake of dimensionless
form and expressed as foilows.

elt >'
elv=
"y'2-
' (36)
fl
Av=-7,,-2' ,,

.i

Furthermore, the value of the determinantis not changed by any operations

between the line or the row of the deterrninant,


so the coeffts. of eq. (35)can be
simplified.

Namely the followingcoeffts, are given.

a2r=-'38nv
) a3r= -is6'rrv

'9ft"
1 a4. := rm
tts4"v

b2T==1+ i b3r 'tl


== b4r ="ni7'.'"

i
ftv
I8s'
(37) (38) (39)
c2.=-a+-i/ct8s-iv c,,,=rt-ts6.fi, c,..,ms2s4.,
i
'
d2r ;:'='3b+a2+ d3r==-a- v. d4r=litt-41-n"
3-i-ivj 2SI.

- 64 --

NII-Electronic Library Service


The JapanSociety
The Japan Society and Ocean Engineers
of Naval Architects andOcean
ofNavalArchitects Engineers

i
e2.==--S-rrb+2v{--g-(ima)--3s.b}

eg, =: 2v{-is(1-a)--73-b} , (4o)


:
1
e4.=2p{-31-s(1-a)+6-b}
i
,t

n. ==

{-ua
-1-aMi+ (aZ+3b)

.flar=-{Mk+aan}--:-bv
ua}+-1v(a+b)
1
' (41)

)
'

A'r va =:

Where,
h

ta=.?{m.(1+b)+270b} l
M3 ==

Sl
{a(1-L-
b) +238} ,,

ua =
is
{a(1 b) titO}
-1- -i-
/

2. Firstly
the simplest case (v=O)is treated for example, where the value of the
determinant(eq.
(35))can be calculated easily using the coeffts. describedin the
above paragraph.
1) Swaying oscillation

-1 o o o 1-a
l -a -b
l o o
-a2-3b i
a -i O OI
Force: E=]-pwU -6ab-a3 /
3b+a2 -a 1 o
'2"'(-1+a+3ab) --23zb o o o
l
-a)2+ 3b2}
=-2"-
pmU{(1 (42)

Moment: F=-pmU{(1-a)Ml-bMi}

=-8pm U{-}a+ ;sb- -g-a2+fsab-


3-b2 --g a2b+gab2} (43)

Where, Ml == -?-{a(1+b) -]--gb}

2) Roiling oscillation

Force: E=-8pdi9{-g-a+ib--ga2t-14sab--#b2--31-a2b+-g-ab2} (40

Moment: F=:pal2 ';Mi+ { 32.Mi+'s2iMi+ 72i-Mi}

..l.6..{(;g-g-g.).2(i.ib)2.g"(;g.g).b(,.b),l8(l;-;-9.g.:.g.)b2}
(,,)
-65-

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society of Naval Architects and
ofNavalArchitects Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

Comparing the above results with the exact so}ution given by Grim in the case of

v=O, eq, (42),(43)and (44)coincide exactly, eq. (45)gives high approximation

since the exact (46).


solution is given in eq.

F=r-l.-6ptu2{a2(1-:.-b)2-1- gab(1+b)tlg6b2} (46)

3. Thus the two hydrodynamicalforcesand two hydrodynamicalmoments of each


'
motion are obtained as shown in the followingtable.
".. =--=r'H . -'--T'=.tTt.t'r...
'='.=
"' . "=.'"L'nv==="=-- "'..="'/
--'' --- "L'
'
t =--'='=t"'t=

Swying ROio/isncttiiation
'ReaSiiilliligtedwaves
oscillation
... -.. . ..--.-............ . - ...-....-. .. ...-....-. ..-

Realpart
Force l Es. 1 E}i. 11
i
Epv,
Eir Evr
/

DsCement 'l- f}kr /


-- -- -- ,-----------,------- --
l 1

Imaglnary Feree Esi Eni


1. E",
part Momcnt ,T;ls,

:
l;},,
i. FWi

These are expressed in the fol!owing dimensionlessform, where the lever means the

distance between the force vector and the origin of the cQordinate and its positive
sign means that the horizontalforce liesbelow the free surface of water.

1) Swaying oscillation
Real part
m" 2 H2
Virtualmass:
Jtt.T== il'(1+.'-+b)2'11gr

hsr- H' 1;kr


'T'"'(1F-a-H'b'J)"tt-.
Lever:

Imaginary part
Damping force(Amplitude
ratio)

("Ms= 1':::
L:-:Xl-
gi- OilE.-'tXa.ie,l .wave-)

A. (--
Y,B-)(,
b)v [
.i.-h.T. ]lll,T

h
Lii'!== H Fkt.
Lever :
(1+a+b-)
"ai

2) Rolling oscillation
Real part
hR. Ili' IJk.
Lever: T-=-(IIt-a+b)'"'Enr'

i.,
'

virtuaL moment of inertia: -(;t// =g'

a+{l.l,.b)4'ihr
Imagiary part
hRt
'-T H I'"nt'
''M-E,,,
Lever (1+a+b)
='
:

-66-

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society and Ocean Engineers
of Naval Architects andOcean
ofNavalArchitects Engineers

Damping rnoment (Amplitude


ratio)

(
amElitude of dissipated wave
-la,':..Pgli`.".de,hO.fft,h,C,M.re,t,i.O,",:ifgtte,gttg?.,f,`,h,e,,PrOfile)

A-. ==

<-Y-,B-)-(-J, l,l-
.h.s)-, vt-['-F

3) The restrained body among the transverse wave

Real purt
Force: 0ffcr! :"""
3
=

(imim3b,)
Everr

hwr
-7'-= U Ei'r
Lever : (1+i+b)
'ME'h;r'

Imaginary part
- Ki 1.-- -Gvi
Force: 67evmax
=

.il-(1-a2-3b2)

- h[vi.--..
- ll --L. Iilvt
..
Lever: T (t+a+b) thi
From these two kindsof forces, i.e. the real and the imaginary part, the phase
lag to the wave can be calculated.

g.5 NumeTical calculation

1, The range of calculation is determinedso as to cover the wide range of cross

sections of actual ship s,

That is:
ig =::-o.s, o.6, O.7, O,8, O.9, 1.0
H.O.2, O.4, O.6, O.8, 1.0, 1.2, 1.4, L8, 2.2
vB
'"2--=O, O.2, O.4, O.6, O.8
'
'
At the numerical integration of eq. (19)the Simpson's firstrule is used, the

ordinate of e is divi
ded by 10 between O tO L2rr-
Besides these the author ealculates for smaller -V2e--
values by more simplified

treatment of Vo and dio,


in which the expansion of p is adopted until. p2 and higher
order is neglected (onlythe term concerned to (In <7v)+in)
is remained within

the order of v3).

The calculated range is as follows


:

B==thesame as above

ff==O.2, O.4, O. 6,
vB
'2 =O.05, O.10, O.15

In the numerical calculations H & ig are given for the parameters of the body
instead of a & b. The relation between H; B and a, b is as follows:
-67-

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society of Naval Architects and
ofNavalArchitects Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

iJl 1
' -
`oi'OWS:..qt;l'/1"Vi( 2'/,i--"2-/JiiiL

i' (47)
'2 x J,1//'
+V(I-I,i5'2':{"p(i i
b =: -1+ ..--.. . Y
r, +P(1-q2)

" H-1
where P==B--4-, q=-ff-, k-- (48)
However, at the conbination uf fi==e,5
and HL-O.2, the value of x tends to minus

during O is changed
The caleulations
from O
have been
i, to

eonducted
this conbination

by IBM-650
is taken
belongs to Deutsche
whieh
off from the results.

Forschung---gemeinschaftand is operated by the University


of Hamburg.

2. From the results of the calculation it is found that the Iever of the damping in
swaying and roliing oscillation, hsi/T and h.i!T,and the lever of real and imaginary
part in the case of the restrained body among waves, h.,/T and h.t!T, coincide
with eaeh other.

Table-1 shows the values oi (1+a-l-b)


and Fig-1 shows some examples of

the body profiles used in the calcuiation.

Table 2tvle show the results of force and moment calculation in dimensionless
form and Fig-2A-10 show some examples of these results.

The problem goes now to consider how is expected


much by the negle-
error

ction of the higherorder of v, At the firstpartialpotential functionthe expandedi


terms are adopted until v6, so the absolute error is smaller than the following terni.
147
-4'32oaLp7(x+iy)6
(4g)
The condition that the value of this term becomes smaller than 1% of the total
value of Oo is given approximately as follows:
'
147
432oo-(V'XuLam Or p')'utax)7<O-Ol (so)
therefore,

V'Xmax Or v')lmax<1- 186 (50')


where

V2)B-'=',v.J,.ax.ll
H<1 allowable max, value of

">1 M " '27=::V'Yvrtax


vB

Then the max. Iimit of -U21B-is given as:

ll 0.2 O.4 O,6 O,8 I.O<

rn ax.(P2B) o. 24 O. 48 O. 71 o.gs 1. ls

In the Table-2-10 and Fig -2--10, the values beyond this limitare negiected,

-68-

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society Naval
of Naval
of Architects
Architects and Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

'
On the simplified method where the expansion of v is adopted until v2 only,

the same procedure also can be made and the cendition within 196 of error is
approximately given as follows.
'
Li (V'Xmam
Or V')'vnax)S< O Ol (51)
V'Xmo,r Or V')'m".,a: <O.237 (51')
Then the max. Iimitof 12Bis given as:

H O.2 O.4 O.6 O.8 1,O<

max.
(-?2B)
O.05 O. 10 O. 14 O,19 O,237

In the Table-2---10 the values beyond this limitare expressed in brackets.

3. Tasai has calculated also the hydrodynamicai forces and moments produced by
swaying and rolling dimensionalbody with Lewis form section.
oseillation of the two

The numerical calculations are given for H=t-1.5,1.0, 2f3, O.4 & O.2.
Fo.r ex,ample the values by Tasai for H=t=1,O are plotted in dotted line and
compared in Fig.2."--8.The coincidence of the both results is good enough. Further
comparison shows that, though the calculating [error increases, the coincidence for
smaller H is still tolerable.

g.6 Considerationsfor the motion among waves

1. When the body is moved among waves its motion can be estimated by the
results of the author's ealculation, provided the lineartreatment is aliowable. The
equation of the motion becomes the combined one of rolling and swaying.

Namely :
'

vett/?,,gm,.i'3",
;26]'.Sre:O,.G.t.-:-lesS9,:.g
'1)ili

(52'

Where Wo
xi is the orbital motion of wave (==- ) and x2 is the
g- relative motion of

the body to the orbital'motien. MG`& MO are chosen to positive when M (Me-
tacentre)is above e & G, OG is chosen to positive when G (Centreof gravity) is
below O. K & M are the total hydrodynamic forceand moment acting on the
body. They signify the complex value and from these characters the phase lag of
the motion to the wave will be obtained. They are expressed as follows.

- -p.g,Z-
K=' (K;+ iKi)e`-` Ar2,(x,+ x,) " .ptog32 (h
Bt.)2
A-,2, fo
l

)21
(53)
M=- (K.+iKL)hwe"ot- Ptog,2
A;h,.(xi+x,) - Pmg,2AM2.(B-2 ip
where h#=hsi=hfet=:hMfr==hJvt
In eq. (53),the firstterm of right side gives the hydrodynamicalforceor moment

-69-

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society of Naval Architects
ofNaval Architects and Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

deliveredto the body by the coming transverse waves and another two terms give
the damping force or moment due to the swaying and rolling motion.

When the body is supported by some axis, the force and the moment acting

on the axis must be added to the K& M respectively and x!+x2 tends to g.l
where l is the length between the axis and the origin of the coordinate.

2. The experiments were carried out by Grim with the cylinder of the rectangler

section. The dimensionsof the cylinder were as follows:the breadth B O.41m,


the depth TL-O.11m and the length of the cylinder was 4.75m. It was set perpen-
dicularte the Smaller Towing Tanl{ of H, S. V. A. and had O.125m clearence to

the tank wall in both sides, sincc the breadth of the tank is 5m. The two dimens-

ional surface waves were produced by the plunger type wave maker and advanced

to the longitudinaldirection of the tank,

The cylinder was supported by horizontalaxis and the height of the axis was
changed at several length. The swaying motion of prohibited, but
this axis was
theheaving motion was leftfree. The wave length was ehangedi between 1.7m and
6.5m, which corresponds to the wave period between 1.04 and 2.04sec, but max.
wave slope was kept always constant, i.e. 4.5 degrees, during the tests, Thus the
rolling angle gp in these forced oscillation was measured at the several heightsof
the axis.

The ca!cu}atien of the rolling angle in forcedoscillation corresponding to the

above experiments is started from eq. (52).


Add the horizontal force acting to the axis, D, to the right side of the first
equation and its moment to the origin, -Dl, to the right side of the second

equation. Then substitute x==g:)l, x=xi+x2, Yi==--WgCDLietaC=:-,-gn,....eihl


eq.

(53)into it. The followingequation is given,


'iL
Pip"+Qdi Rop CSHC) == evmax eint (54)
where
P=l+I"+2ml.OG+2m" lh,,+ml2+m'7Z

Q= .ci,2{A-2,
i+A-2. S-}(i.i
B2-

k.i2
h..)

R=67MGT" (55)
s =: 6p (i+hw){('6ef'ili';A'.-,
+ i('
:,) o"7 E..)} fil,l';E.
C =:m"g(h,.+l)

Therefore
.-op-=.-Sr-C
R+ituQ -toip
(56)
crwax

Though the body used in the experirnents had the rectangler section (i.e.
P=:
1.0) and itsbreadth-depthratio H=::B/2T=-=1.8636,the author calculates here on
-- 70 -

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society Naval
of Naval
of Architects
Architects and Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

the body with Lewis form section of H=::1,8and B==-=-1.0, which has the round
bilge.The breadth B is chosen equal to the bQdy used in the experiments, then

depth T becomes O.1139m,


The ealculations are condueted at five different
heigh of axis, which coincides to
vB
the experiments, and three different-2.

I=.=.--O.O151m,O.O140m, O.0286m, O.0432m, O.0723m


zB-=-o,2 o.4 o,6
2
pB
The synchronizing condition is occured at the neighborhood of t O.4. Table-11
2
shows the results of calculations with the values read from the curves of the exper-

imental resuls.
The calculation gives larger value near the synchronizing point and smaller
value at larger l. The differencesmay mostly come irorn the difference of the
body section and the assumptions ideal flow, ie. the lack of
oi the viscosity in
the theory, The limitationof the problem within the linear treatment may enlarge

these differences.
Table-11 RolLingangle

t
I;
vB2
T
-ol'oisirrLL',r
o,onom o,o2s6m e.o432m
l o.o723m
1
1
i

epexpt 6430 5730 5320 6, 4oO 7. 370


O.6 1. 173sec

- '' ' , opealeu 7 670


L-' -i'li'46o 1 4- 930
-SI
2 620 O. 9BO
I. 2,370

o 4 l1 l'
i,43s,e,
qexpt

rpt:ateu 3540 13.40


64'6"'l,-'"
7. 44o

9.030 10.50
g. o6e io. 7so

21.80
J " 's,
gg-o "

opexpt 6, s6e s. 23o 6. 470 7. 120


O.6 2,032sec
qcalcu I 8. 130
. .".-4.
69e
""T.3:
20e 1,7sO 1.6gO

Conclusion

The hydrodynamical forces in horizontaldirection


and moment in lengitudinal
directionacting on the two dimensionalbody with Lewis form section are calculated
in the case of swaying and rolling oscillation and in the case restrained among

waves.

The numerical calculations are carried out for so wide range as to cover the
cross sections of actual ships and their results are given in tables and in figures. It
is noticeable that the leverof the damping in swaying and rolling oscillation and

the lever oi imaginary part of the force in the case restrained


real and among waves

coincide with each other. The calculated results also coincide considerably to this
value given by Tasai.
The comparison is made with the experimental results which were carried out

-71-

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society Naval
of Naval
of Architects
Architects and Ocean
and Ocean Engineers
Engineers

by Grim in ll.S. V.A., but the coincidence is not so good, The differences
may
mostly come from the differenceof the bedy section and the neglection of viscosity,
especially as the bocly has sharp edged bilge.Further experiments will be desired
to find out the effect of viscosity on this phenornenon.

Aknowledgement

The author wishes to express his courteous thanks to Prof. Dr. O Grim, the
iormer vice-director of H. S. V.A., for his excellent instruction
and guidance. He
is also very grateful to Mr. W.Alef, the staff of ll.S. V.A., to the staff member

of the Universityof I'Iamburg and the Deutsche Forschung-gemeinschaft ashe could


have the occasion to use electro computor. Furthermore it was greatly due to the
encouragement given to the author by Dr, K. Taniguehi, the chiefe of Mitsubishi
Expt. Tanl<, that he pursued his works,

References

(1)O.Grim: Berechnung der durch Schwingungen eines sehi'Ffsk6rpers erzeugten

hydrodynamischenKrafte. f.S. T. C. 1953. ,

{2) O.Grim: Die Schwingungen von Schwinmenden zweidimensionalen K6rpern.


H'.S. V. A. BerichtNr. 1090.
(3) O,Grim: Die Schwingungen von Schwinmenden zweidimensionalen K6rpern.
(Fortsetzung)II.S. V. A. Bericht Nr. 1117.
(4)O.Grim: A Method for preciseComputation of Heaving and Pitching
a more

Motion both in smooth Water and in Waves. read at the Third


Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics (1960)
{s) F.Tasai: On the Damping Ferce and Added Mass of Ship's Rolling and
Pitching. JS.N,A,
Japan, VoLI05, 1059.
of

{6) F,Tasai: Hydrodynamic Force and Movnent Produced by Swaying Oscillation


of Cylinderson the Surface of a Fluid. XS. N. A. of Japan,
V.1.110, 1961,
(7) F.Tasai: Hydrodynamic Force Produced by Swaying and Rolling
and Moment
Oseillation
of Cylinder on the Free Surface.Report of Research
Institute
for App!ied Mechanics, Kyushu University,Vol.I>(,No.
35, 1961.

Nomenclatures

x,y Coordinate
e Subcoordinate
Velocity potentialfunction
-72-

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
The JapanSociety
The Japan Society and Ocean Engineers
of Naval Architects andOcean
ofNavalArchitects Engineers

wOna;D.V Stream function


Partialvelocity potential function
Partialstream function
=L' to
2
/g Frequency
tu Circularfrequency
gr)tUaWofgcrm.a.i Gravityacceleration
Euler's constant 1.781
Amplitude of the velocity in swaying oscillation
Amplitude of the angular velocity in roiling oscillation
Amplitude of wave (half
wave height)
= WQ) 3 lgZ Maximum wave slope

P6 Specificdensityof watcr
=tr
pgpB/2Bt Specific
weight of water

Dimensionless form of frequency


'
2(1 +a+b) Breadth of the body
T=t (1--a+b) Depth of the body
'Breadth
Hr=.B/2T :=-
1+a+b depth ratio
1-a+b
V==
rr
2"(1--a-3b)
Displacement (volume)
per unit lengthof the body (seetional
area of the profile)
Sectionalarea n
"4- 1-gg-3b
p- B,T
'
(1+a+b)(1-a+b) Sectionalarea coeffts.

mMlt Mass of the body


Virtual mass
II,i Moment of inertiaconcerning to the origin

Virtual moment of inertiaconcerning to the origin

AOG Amplitude ratio of the dissipated


wave

Length between the centre of gravity and the origin of the


coordinate

MG9KDMl Metacentricheightfrom the centre of gravity


Angle of roll
ForeeMoment

Length between the pivotting point and the origin of the


coordinate

st xt
mag N ?zainth#rtevtt}ieee tit s rL-(Rgt ffxgepmxxpt s -sFLk is}:emkdexLgs-.
$attffvdi
ve
igmatu}:Anc 3 skL-(, kl'hfiesgN Vt S'h'i M N E v:ueo rt,i
uesdiR T$twfeflest.ii:f:. a) takll
, UfJ]j.Z ,L

'lifii
H elaL2-
lL.k a)--(,
: a) o rnaspaen
a) l:
1/1ff"ytru tQ$[Ie:
Jk:ut. ti
it5 t rkS]Q ,M,i.,V
]

-- 73 ".

NII-Electronic
NII-Electronic Library Service
TheJapan
The Sooiety
JapanSociety Naval Arohiteots
ofNaval
of Architectsand Ooean
andOcean Engineers
Engineers


eheck

r

11
1


1 Pa al Conplex PetcntiaL 1 v heighcrorder


1
8 1 0 1

i o

Re5crtt
soCatCl
t
tn

Vat e3 r aSE

2
i





F
r





1




Z



o
795




2


z
4 o6 o


2e
Fig 3 Thc Lever of Virtual
Moment

1Lewis
Fig Form SectionProfles
bySwayingMotion ff1
0

R85zattsef
tn
Caicatat


s 8 1



Res ttsfttat ttn


2 oe

r
klaesB Tasae

1
5






i5












5
r



1 o


1


t

t

PtF40d
a
11 N

1

N


1


5


o 5
1


0o
o
o o2
4 e 6 8
o2 04 o 6 0
7o

4 Ratio
Fig 2 VirtualMass Produced by
Fig Amplitude

Swaying MQtiQn H
LO Produced by Swaying Motion

1 0

74


NNII-Electronic
Eleotronio Library
Library Service
TheJapanSociety
The Japan of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers
Society ofNavalArchitectsandOcean Engineers

asu/tsOJ'C'at[trLatfon
""'-irht"es Catcatatton
eT Tinsat -----ResE(ttsOfVatae6SYTasae

E
i le
fi.to j
[
O2

..e.-' .d[T--]IJ]....i22'--S.:f-rL".s.t/.es.`"
e'af"t'. is;to -F-
.e?-#. erED:/,"i

nyIFo :eL- SF.-m------r----.-.-.S.;o;gEoJ4---


-m -ttt ' o
'e,s?vs
.-az.F-e--L--7.'tErS-cr/'ng''".t)-s
-vL--- "--r'- ----L-.---
---L---- '
-C2-xT
i .t:]===ELMmt-.zZ--T.-,act,,tLt-s.t--t..-x----
-s-a!
.tNtt -ie
o O2 04 O6 OS
.,g

Fig--5 The Lever of Damping Moment


1]ySwaying & Rolling Motion
-?oo
The Lever of RestrainedMoment ele el es es
Among Waves Y6
TThe

ff==1.e Fig. --7 Lever of XrirttlalMoment -ttt

`tttJmo.--Aaj

by Relling Metion1.0 .wJ-- "

H=

ResuttsofCalctttatidn
-.VntaesBrT"sai
fo
-reesuttseiCatcatatien

'te--'o

'.------VataesByTasai /

ee tt
ee

h.kF- es t.tt rt
elt's

O2
l',e-
e4-ttttt''L-S!'!=.-"s----' t.
-t-atii-'-"vL' Ke:okpt..aSN,6sN"-...- 'e..e?nlteg-.-".
r1't'rf

o-t ''
O2.t ' t- /
11t'xili/l
---t!--PJ-t-----.t-L."fi[-ai..?tPE
------ x.'.'e..o-lgG
t/''t"t
!"?-vv

,- IoL
t/
o e,e i o
o "e e4 e6 oe a o2 e4 os as
L2-
UB Y2B

Fig.-6 Virtual Moment Produced by Fig.-8 Amplitude Ratie


Rolling Motion Produced by Rolling Motion
ll-=1,O H=. 1.0

-75-

NII-Electronic Library Service


TheJapanSociety
The Japan Society ofNavalArchitectsandOceanEngineers
of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers

3O
!

:Z-
"-M.5=-rf7lr-E;l7z
)N:x
-D3-
Y
2V
o
fs'z".t-

{"""te I
tt'
" .
-l-O i

'

eo
-ts
'tt
'
ttt-ttt
tttttt-
TmLL '
O2 "a ,O-S os
"
Fig.-9 Rcstraine[l
Force Ameng
o o2 e# eG o8
Wave$ K}/6vamax -i-
YB

H=:1.e
Fig -10 RestrainedForce AmongtlX
XVaves Kl!SVcx.
H-1.0

Table- 1The value of (1 +a +b)

...- .fi
/
o. 6' 1
1
o, 6135527 o.7
tt
l
io.8lO.9LttO,
tttt-O. '
LO
'O.2O.4O.6O.8LO1.2L4L82.
36727) (O. o.0. 34341O. 33161O. o,o.o,o.o.LLLL
3198053726698428244492658Ol1490834219912288
o.o.o,o,o.o.LLt'
307865a664651707657785964

l;'i O. 65766 62692O, 59683O.


r: 56709O.

O. 88062 83384O. ' 78832O. 74346O, I1111l1


1i'l
1,05234 993671.11939t. 936741.054511. 88073O.

H/ 1. 18628 990701.0B0851.

1.29237
1ll 149881.
220051.

1 1, 37770 228491, 1
302001.426451,51568 !56121.274741,
/

1. 50490 350051,
1i1 /

2 1. 59382 43937 36401


I

-- 76 -r

NII-Electronic Library Service


TheJapanSociety
The Japan Society ofNavalArchitectsandOceanEngineers
of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers

m"prt
Table - 2
T22

vB12
B H1 io/O.
05 O, 1 O, 15 O.211 O.4 O,6 O.8
l'
O,5 o.o.o.o.L1,1.L2,
2468o2482 -155582
1
o,o,o.o.o.
8501381899798597845777466
o.o,9506988093 (1.
Lo.0506494783t1729)
!81404886481893908843087173850S583752
1. 00427 i11.05650.O1801
ljo.o.o,o,o.o.o,o. O. 55309O.
t:511
l o,o,o.o.o,o.
958749165288675 69183O. o.o.o,o.o.o.
75729O.
546896292467645
! l 78478O,o,o.79536799547985Si
o.o.o.767527585075368il Itl 8651683782822B2 70320728907404!
/

O. 6Go.o.o,246O,8LO1,21.4L82,2
o.O,o.o,o.o,o.o.o.
93138891448650184622
1.Lo. (111.27741),13519.
19711elolo94104 83005)
(1,2035B)
(O. li 11727i10547i04763O022796888i943909098688821
1,
o,L1.l.Lo.o.o.o.
46030
O.50760O.
1l
02403 1.09397 1 82235O. O. 50704

L
1

'83219182r36812778127779121
93725 1 o.o.o,o,o.o. O.50168O,
67914i77428i82132843648579085857
O, 96382, 60653O.
O.96191o.o.o.9518992970,91182
67397O.
71578O.
75859O.
lt 77697
--- -1
1

O.7 l .33017)[1 79793)


LL1.26228108476i02224
O,2O.4O,6 o.o.o,o,o.o.o.o,o,
966039439692828916509073089990893818843787737(1 (O. o,LLL1.L!.L1. -1
3971518602220711724012940096560715403666O1381

:
1. 23416 (!.30913) o.o,LLL!t1
4477818241l1OO1240630907967
1. 12599 1. 21320 O. 44896O.
!e e.LL8o21.4L82.2 65829O. O,44528O.
1
79593O.87611o.o,o,9215596
57703O.
67403
.07960.06597.05069 o,o,o.741338196385874

1 /
O.8 O0627OI082i.337Bl.17922.13153
o,o,o.o.LLLL2.
2468o2482
1.L1. (1i1,38517)/
(O.75416) O, 325251,260011.
1O1427111
,35900.26272i
l (1,
43849) o.o,111
3743181083.07473.19582.
37232l, O, 37564o.o,e.LL1
E
1. 37232
.O1696i.O19121i,
111 346441.313501, o,o.o,o.o.o.
3732653209667227726
620668136694485

02089' 286B2L1,L266262378021968
2tL793
.02237.02469.02644
111 1,269541.27921,
03e2112273i
1
l-.Li 1,27563i
116540

i.05337.09697 144105)5193144946
O,9 2468o2482111111
o,o.o,o.LL1.L2. 42620.30067.2en7e(1, (O.696i8)
111. -/i'
244743328457284,59235,58201.569761,559691.
i
1. (1,59792)
'llt O.285541
13213 L 1. 58868o,1,L111 O, 76901 1, o. 2stLl'iO.
!
1.16050

1.18359, 1. 14719i 554251 O. 28178O.

1r!i 2o2sgT
1, 36426! ' D.81165i
1, 48064111. 1.01572i
46067O.
63820O.
!-1,L2t8412431e26t36 me94j L1.1
16S4934991 794751.
546041.
53819
1.60036
1.62053

1
[447511
029861.
18131
!LLL5310746183,49272(1t1,
LO/Lo,o.o.o,1.LLL2.
2468o2482
1,1,L111!11
!0916'2il08i29957/.37317.43320
49538),73189,71598(O,
62092) o.L1.1.L2.2.2.2. -1
1560739017842439542699104O0710O156702431
i'
(1.79646) o.O.1.1.11.2.2,
18014677651921556198,79546:938780840014484-
I
1. 89561 O. 17224o.o.L4430176151060331.
1 1681834980563717796
o.o.o.o.L1.

48t94,5216g.58157.62381

309021.
102859i
652101,
84927

-77-

NII-Electronic Library Service


TheJapanSociety
The Japan Society ofNavalArchitects
of Naval Architects and OceanEngineers
and Ocean Engineers

Table- 3 hsTT

yB/2

fi ll
o O, 05
1O. 1! O. 15i lO, 2 O.4 O.6
1o.8
O,5 O.2O.4O,6o.L1,L1,2.
O. 34050O. o.o.
3360322702O. 33093O.
/(O.
32688) o.o, e,o.
1
-!
3210219802045391503339047673743"44
3e64320228053481408538004662183492919566
23184 22178 O.21692 O,21B03 1
O.07930
8o2482o.o.o,o.LLL1.2. / o.-o.--o.--o,-L--2,
o.-o.-o.-o.-L
O.05688! 07789
-O. 11605 -o.-O.
14148 -o.--o.O,
12262
-O.35323 38222 36317
--O.63139 lr -O. 665221i -o,--1,-2,644753291
-1. 3e799 - !. 35449
r'2.14156 .-2.216411 -2. 20463
1
1 i
O.6 2468o2482
O. 40409 O, 39610O.33731O.
38963) (O.40351) O. 39749
Q. 34151 O. 33249O. (O,3285t) o.313671 D.33149O,
O. 23601
1
23237 /(O,
22834 i O.2245t O.21405i,
1
21099 o.o.-o.-o.
23115
i0732411844i351251
O, 08765i
--o.Io3371 ng. ??zzZlO.064 19
-O. 12415
O.09174
-O. 10495
/1 -O. 33683
-O, 61254
E1-o,-1.-2.625B5304421515
-O, 35045i -O. 35592
-O, I
-O. 33962
63099 62655I -O, 6154S
- 1,29004 -t.30953 -1.30482I -l.29326
-2. 13478 -2. 15750 -2. 152331 -2. 13940
. .tt. I
1 l
O.7 o.o.o.o.LL
2468o2 O,4051Bi (O.3sss4)l (O.
o.o.o.396353430824742 4e323)i --I
o.o,o.4091132527i23539
O,33842 (O,33431)
/
O. 34713i O. 34641
o, 2so05i O.24445
l
O, 24149 O. 23273
1

L O. 25236

-O.061461
-O, 27593i
o.t1387i
tE O. 10437
-O. 06691 -O. 06946
O.

-O, 27800 -O. 27853 ::i


10031
1
O. t0568

:gzg:l
-o,--o.-1.-1.
o.o.
119650613027364

-O. 52955!
1.1.2,482 -O, 52864 -o,-L-1.527081420891324I 522701359B90429
- 1.15427 - l.14777 :?i?igggl
H l.g35591
!
-1, 92305 --1,90697
I
O. 8 o,o.o.
2468o2482
o,o,o.ae.-o,O,39811O. (O,38935) (O.
407963586027633 40437) O. 42516O.
35441O, O. 34962O. (O.
/
34507) 34212O, O. 36820O,
27421, 27183;i O. 26933 26766 2a496 O.2B53!o,o.-o.15713O138615890
il
1

116112,O1299I168061
o.1.1.1.t'2, O, 15769 16656O.
'/ O. O1 3541 O1397 O1308
-O. 16410i -o,O.15506O.
16025 -o.O.
16145
-O. 38205 : -O. 37493 -O. 36764 --O,3637e -o.-o.-L3654286885501
-O. 90883 -O. 89551 -O.88137 -O. 87152
-1, 56734 -1.54747 - 1.5262Sl -1. 50987
i/ 1 /

iO.9O. 2O,4O.6o.L1.8o2
O.41283O. 1
O. 40176O, (O.39136),4e739) O. 449701
i 1
37756a. 37266O.31522
O. 36725O. (O,36180) O. 365381 O.40305O.31082i
/ 31779 31258(O. O. 309B4 O.31263. O. 34077
! '

O. 23292 O.23134 O.23080O,12642


O. 23455O, o.D,o,-o.-o,-o.
2485413027O0433
O. 12256 l-O.O. 12284 12966
-D. O1351I O1223 L-O.O0458 O.O0271
L4 -O. 175441[ -O, 17365 -o.-o,H..1t162205568905751
--O. 149B6 143605158399284
--O,57542 -O, 53389
,L82.

-O, 57720
2 - 1, os3og - 1.08297 - 1. 02352

LO.
1
1.0 1 O.2O,4O.6o.LLL1.2.
O. 42029O. (O.
o.o.o.407593999137464
39519)i (O.4t319) O.497!4O.
:I
4o6461 O. 39310O, CO.38609) 39696O. o,o.o.o.o.
4750313785033425272221886908339i924455558
e. 37922' 37034 O, 36628/ 37363 46792O.
l I
so2482 O. 33523O. '
O.32898, 36178, o,o,o,
44692337842S421O,
27236O. O. 26332O.17660 O. 29587o.2!646i
t8950i
O. OS614 O. 06867 o.-o.-o, O.11683 15869
-O, 18277i Lil: i1 -O.21156 -e.146921 -o,-o,
09121
L -e. 53473' -O. 57S83i -O.49758 42601
1/
i 1 1

-- 78 -

NII-Electronic Library Service


TheJapanSociety
The Japan Society ofNavalArchitectsandOceanEngineers
of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers

Table- 4 As

vB12
B H
o o.os, O, 1t
[
o, is iL O.2 O,4 O.6 O.8
/ 18ol:1ooooi1
O,5 o.e.o,o,LLt'1.2.
2468o2482
o.e.11557'05320
o.o.02797O1319 (O.26238) o.e.o,o,o.o,o.o,
4315220542122a30839306231
Lo,02963162268
O,11976 o.94054.6668149204379483041121302
O, 40237O. o.e.o.o,o,o,
o,o.o,o.o.o.
B7ooO667625281443037
111 2B255O,21208
I

1ltil 048910335702525
o.o.o,167261151908672

i
1 o,o,o,12092,03052O1462 --1
O.6 O.2O.4O.6o.Li'1,L2.
ooo (O.51372) (O.95953) Lo.o,
212144760523085139430959007155O,
(O.289B8)
O. 12707O.05931 Lo.0906268819O, -'1O1360
] O. t3427 Lo.o.o.
1ll 8o2482
'oloiojol't
o.o,o, 45548O.32409O.
1
!741685588943690o.
952907495160329
o,o.o,o,o,o,

24522o,e.o.194471348810198
/t

e56381 35329125019i191121
497603608027917
IiL..
oo O. 03892O. o.o,
lll 02938
mt 124831i52746126131
111o.o,o.1290203342O1626
O,7!O,2O.4O,6
!o,1.L8o2EFl
ooo 54944) :1(l.
(a. O0510)li
O. 14036O. (O.32188)l
1,o.e.O,
Lo,o.o.o.e.o.o. -l tt
1514976151518113741928557227661588212041 1
06647 O, 15144 1. 08883i
ooo I,l 15942i o,o.o.o.o.o,
B24516362850509
l. 03986O.
O, 11035O, 84015O.
08269o.o.o,0653604530e3428 68956O.
L1.2,482 ooo1i1 57657O.
412502953422680
42491O.33156

! 1

O, 8 O.2O.4O,6
:Ioooo (O.58B89)l(t.OS149)
o,o,o,1380603678O1820
O.15602O. (O.
35975),
07503i O. 172Z6
1. 28110e,
58727O.
29863O.
1.o.2108184298O,
1, 16454O.
o.L1.
8o21.4L82.2 59264O.
I/ O, 18417j 91493O. 1.o,o.128909386878756O,

1ll1 43568.
l 12825i 72557O.
O. 09647 o.33570I S8646
ooo ]f O, 26906I
07643O,05310O.
l
O. 48449O.35102166898O,
O. 18857O. 1
50228O,
iO, 04021 14314 O. 27082i 39542
1
1 i

o.9[/LsI-iiIi
o.o.o.o.LL
2468o2L41,e2.2'
ooooooO, 14829O. (O.63273)i (1,09832) 1.30980O.
04077O. O. 17494 1 (O.40567)i 65753O, Lo.O,o.o.o.o.o.
267119324568227512943998932239226761720e
02056 O,08562 O, 19838 34586i 1. 238891,o.o.o,o.o,
1' o,21602O. LLe.217840434989731
Ol185828001684061
15135! '
O. 11418
1 157318
giol :
O, 09058o,
o62g31
O. 047591
O.77645O.
142113132634

59618O.47419

l
't
i (L 14511)
1160031

LO1Ilo.o.O,o.LTLL2.
2468o2482 ooooooooo
/1d1 o.o,o,
(o.68184)i
/0456702358,
Lo,o.o,o,o.o.o.o.
3337774112 --l3190302920
(O,46332)
o,o,1987409945 L1.o,o.o.o.o.o.
140877i259781832513B53109860760305721

O.23305 1,31052T.0.
i79158i6136448613,
11380t111,3D527.15282.O1841o.o.o,9006
94476o.
11S so2o61

I/ I3948127836 //

O, 68456'
/21033i
O, 51217O.
/ 39B73
/1
1
1

-79-

NII-Electronic Library Service


TheJapanSociety
The Japan Society ofNavalArchitectsandOceanEngineers
of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers

Table - 5 hstT'hRi hwT


L.t h"ri':
LT-
T' T

vB12

fi-
1o
l 1 IO.2O.4
l-1
/

O.05 oi O, 15 O.6 O,8

O, 51Hl/ O.2o,4 [ r/
11O,6O.81.0L21,1.2,4821 -O. -i11312i
o.o,
3o31rhl!7855
O.297101 (O.29013) 27239O.15657
O.24!92
e, i73osl O. 16713i!t O. 13333' o.
-1 11 !
-O.O1241/ -O. 03305 Lo.051761 --O.06886
:I /
1
-O. 2342sl -O. 25470 -O. 27366i -O. 29203
-O. 50839i -O. 53059 --O.55146 i -O, 57174
/

i 1-O.83566 ! -o.-L-2,8S9826'770070651
l l
-O. 88343 -O, 90669
11
-1,64481 1 -l,7088S, -1.74063
11-2, 66261 -2.75006 -2, 79348
1

:/ 36775),! (O.
1O,2O.4O.6 1
O.6 O, 38129. (O. 35409) O.33149
1
.-I
11 O.31674, O. 31010 (O. l
30296)
O,20533, O. 2C042 i O. 19520
O, 28993
O.18746
O.26185
O, 168011 O,15110
o.LL8o2 O. 037161
i O. 022101 O.OC873
1-O,O0318
-O. t5889 -o. 1716ol -O. 183091 -O. 19359
1

--1 --O,40006 --O.41159 -O.42220 -O,43211


i--l 1 i
LL2,482/ --O.68593 --O.69703-O.70743' -O,71732
--1.39091i-1.40273 -1,414,08 -1.42514
--2,
27330i -2, 28732 -2.30095 -2.31436
1 1 1
1O,7 O.2O,4O,6o.1.LL1.2. O, 3864ii (O.37140),
1 (O,35663)i O.34134
i1 O.332gll O. 32587O, (O.31847)11 O, 31014 O,2B401O.
o.23667i 23231 O. 22774 i O. 22286 20683o. O, 19255
1
l l
8o2482 [ 1 O. 09297i os3e4 O.07422 e. 06641
: -O, 07669 -O. 082211 -O.08697, -O.09110
--O.28527 -O, 28719 -O.28861' -O, 28965
:L
hO. 53235ii -O. 53108i I -O. 52952 i -O. 527SO
-L 14117 -1. 1340t - i, 12695 -1.12007
--1. 90216 --1. 88924 -1. 87677 - 1. 86479
/ /
1
1
O, 8 --1m.1O, 39268O.
O.2O.4O.6o.1.1.1.1.2. (o.376o7)1 (O. 36008) O. 352071
: 35249i O. 34493O, (O.33711) O. 33363O, O. 308B4O.
O.273651 26974 O. 26568 26372 25052 O.23794
1
i 1
8o2482 I O. 15615 15066i O. 14016
14533O.O1540
e. O1383 o. O1470 O, O1596
Ii L 1623! 1 --o,o,
F..O, 15559 -o.O.
14934 -O. 14349
--1 '
-O, 34780i -O. 33681
-O. 37191 -o.-o,L-1,3594786664
i ...O.
89076 -O. -O. 82251
i50538 84394
1 -1,54199 -1,47094 -1.43848
! O.3637sl
O.9 O, 2O,4O,6 O. 40030 (O,38192) 36457) 1

/ O. 36809 (O.35962), O.36126


37639o.o,31so6I O. 33694o.
1
'
O.31443(O. O. 31067/ O.31169, 3eo3g e,28812
!
O. 22900 O. 22688 O.22346 1 O. 21896O.
1/O.8LO1,2L41.82.2 o. 115731 O. 12171
/

O. 12602, 12902o.
rtl -O. 02738 -O, O1355 -o. ooi781 ooe33
/ -O. 20005 -o,i17827595L9
-o.-o.-L159015602607630l
-O, 14180
11L -O.63368 -o, -O, 52830
'12s201
-1.18486 -L -1,02845
7 1
I 1
t,o i
O.2O.4O.6 O. 409541 (O.38916) (O,37026)iO.37646
1--!
O. 40518i O. 39680 (O.38730)!O,39451 O. 369331
O.373461 O. 36975 O. 36588 O. 37000 O. 35904 O, 34493O.

O,L1.i'L2.
8o2482 !t O.31649 O,31588O, 3"90O, O, 30509O.
i o.23545i 24436i 24945i 25162O,
;/ o. 127161 O. 14562 o. IS9681 17040
-O. O0826
1

O.02006
1 O. 04331' O, 06267
3i080 -o.-O.
l -o. 36016 "o.---O.74730i 26802i O, 23046
L1 -O. 81970,
//

L 1 [
6a3191
1 1 O. 62582

-8e-

NII-Electronic Library Service


TheJapanSociety
The Japan Society ofNavalArchitectsandOceanEngineers
of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers

Table- 6 1"
wP'

8-r

vB/2

B H
o O. 05 O. 1 O. 15 O.2 O.4 O.6 O.8

O.5 2468o2482O.2O.4O.6o,1.1.1.L2.
o,o,o,o',LL1.1.2, -i .Jl
(O.58143)
,
O,50864 O. 53987O. O. 56962O. o. s27s41 e. 35622O.29t07
O.33345, 33725 34078 O.34224 O. 33066i O. 26048O.
!
O.25465, o.o.1.2.8.
23626.42811076904057414528
o.e.L2443942899062082. 22845i o.o.o.220443539685083
o. 4o2sol
I O.39391O.
O.941021 976622,
i
2.06434 1/j 35395[ 1,934436.
205567.
7.00381 7.9lg721 63 945 86740
17.40966 19.49297 20. 09078 19, 1078B] 17.47424
/
' 1 1
O,6 o.o.o,699275122630245
O. 83738O. (O.85625)! ' (O.60927)
55332O. O. 59306 (O.60822) /o.o.o.3941054B1131652
O.32844O.26e26o.o.o.
31158 O, 32074 O. 32676 O.21705O,
8o2482 o. 160161 O.15327O. 13997O.
145672231770600 o.o,o,13565176335t190
O. 20868 22496O. 20075O.615731.6.16a6!35B3841787
o. 6o3211 70121
1. 53047i 1 .78tL201 814309296695484,
1.6.17. 1.36216
5. 8866gi 6, 74987 5.60198
15.39675 17a4230L 15. 17256
i L 1
O,7 o.a.o.246O,720951
O, 532741
l
(O.88713)
o.o.87855587371
O.64101O,
(O,58873)IO.36156O.
(O,65975) 58761O. O,29935O. L
O. 29761, O.31511)/ 33337 O. 34675 33865o.o.o.103030602937500
24743o,og17eO.
O. IBIIO
1/ 1

o.1,L1.1.2.
8o2482 e.o,o.
09983e552431103045618207843148 O.07954O.e5166I
O.07351O,
05921O, 04415O.
37009 O. 3e251 23427o.4.12.
s
L4,13.
L 1.5.15.241755791430627
l, 1.5.14.060471154153856
854283644081168
5.15.244416859571350

l /

O.8 1 o.o.o,o.LLt'L2.
58124O.34311!
1
92608) (O.56tL3B)
2468o24B2O.75210O, O.o.o,933746551137423(O.
O. 72861O, (O. 75029)
11o.o.o,o.a.
o.o.o,o.o.o.o.
324206S54242804
269662640911279O022015841
40775 O, 43334 l 15860,
O. 11418O. 14288O022816872
iO,
O.07103e. o.o.o,o.3,10.t
05t07OOL53toole53396
O0206O. ools4O.
14548O.714303,96314 12585O.
L
82994'5527934267O.
805294. 665534.
4.13, 56242 00503
11.72984 l1.11 13. 56091 12, 31816
f/
O. 9
'1o.
o,o.o.246 7g646)
O.67709,
1.oo826I (O,97497) (O.
O. 77932O. O.88216O, (O.
53526)
90369)
O.28174O.
76417O. o.e.2410632601O.
1
O.48452 53894 59935 O. 64592 64227O,371e8O,18870O,
O. 15955o,o.o.149251402124372O.
it1 282791
o.L1.LL2.
8o2482 27398O,17703O. o.o.o,o.2,9,
09416112532379260947
O. 16810O.
26865o. 25955o.3,11,765629703192039
25050O.
:l
L
o.3.10.7"366183469748 72447 655923,40010

l 11. 88872 10. 65915

1.0
! /

o.o.o.o.1.LLL2.
2468o2482O. 85975O.
1
1.11021i
/

(1.03614)(O,50014)
1 1o.o.
O.23412O.931221. 121815
85726, 1,O03701 1,15214 (1.16327) 145732i
O. 82000 O. 91756i 1, 02913 1.11369 10125 O. 20600
i 1
Lo,LL4.L O.69347O. O, 374421
O1427194737i0707056t525079786293 o.o.o.1.3.9.
25Mt4873186415445928
L/o,o,1,786828293305565 11 843951. O,62L63O,
04682 95369
/
1.610004.45110 1.52343 L4.10.487560368650113g
4.32226'
1 11, 17640i 1 l1.54845
l

- 81 -

NII-Electronic Library Service


TheJapanSociety
The Japan Society ofNavalArchitectsand OceanEngineers
of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers

huTT
Table- 7

vBf2

fi1!llrff 1 1 /O.4
o O, 05 O.111 O. 15 O.2 O.6 o.s
i -1
O.5 O.2O.4O,6O,1.L8o21.4L82.2O.2O.4O,6O.8I.O1.21.4L82.2 "' - -I ii (

e,43928O. O. 42536O. O.41243O,40751/ (o,4o465)1 O. 39045I O.457271


O. 39531 1 O. 38210
'
43903 42299 O, 409821 O, 46879
i I
1.00532 1 1 .06655, 1.--o,-o.-1.-L-2, O,91258
13a558481679394033427604070956
1. 04263
-1. Ie595 :L -O.852i6! -1.03370' -1,41579
-O.85974 :t -o, 7g3s41 -e. 84063i -O.91135
-1.064951
r -1.76488,
-2. 69658
--1,03177i
-1.75565
-2, 70005
-1.05843
-1. 77375
-2.72oo3
-1.09239
-1.78759
--2. 72623
1 / i
O,6 i O. 464491 o, tn4721 (O,43676> (o.ty74sg)I O.51861l
l O.42067O. O.40807] O. 39643 (a.38962) O.3806gl O. 45993O.
37038
O-53984
O,35738
I O. 344B7 O.33508 O.32521l
O.49552.
3M33O. O. 42250i
i
53966 O, 594461 O. 59914
['-O. 60645i - O. 48272 -O. 48441 -O. 58760 -O. 78967
-O. 54508i ; -O, 51776 --O,51929 -O, 54094 -O. 57237
i -O. 76853 -O, 75557 -O. 75659 ---O,
76629 -O.77881
- 1.42588 -1,42150 -1.42232 --1,42549-1.42817
-2. 27890 i' -2, 27820,L-2, 27956 -2. 28066 -2. 27978
1 r 1
O.7 O,2O,4
i
1O,6
O. 46048
O.40645
o.32os41
O, 44049O.(:igzzg?)[
39559O,31207
O.30385 O. 29731
[sg;g:gll i
O, 54504O.
37621O. O, 46837
29161 O.3154!, O. 38329-
1 i l
e.sLOL21,1,2,
O.23916 : O. 20773 O. 272tl O.31930
-O, 24767i -O, 20103 Lgzgzgg
1 -O. 248791 -O. 33508
-O.31315 -O, 30738 -O, 30749 -O. 31185 -O.31852
!48!2
1 -O. 55228 i -O, 54739 -o, 545601
/
-e. 54661 -O. 54972
--1,l8064 -1. 17087 -L 16516 -1,16430 -1.16756
- 1. 97727 !
1 f ll- 1. 96029 -1.95032 -1. 94805 -1.95215
O.8 O,2O,4O.6O,81,O1,2
O. 4S801O.
40087O.
E
O, 43776!
o. 39159i
(e.42983)(O.47972) O. 58546!
O. 38284O.l
' (O.37743) O.
O. 38009O,29152 49054
1 1
i:II,30605 O, 3al36 29667 O, 29268 O. 30788 O, 37234O.
O, 17421 // 1
1 O. 16937i
o. 16833e3t9819992 18268O, O. 20716
O, 03893 o.--o. O.o3zsol 04D84 O,05609
-O.21198 i'I1 :I/ -O, 19834 -O.21000 --O.23271
L1,2,
4 --O.45718 -O. 4372S -O.43179 -O. 44461 -O. 47361
-1.06390 -1,02704 -1.012171 -1.02407
'8i2

-1,05927
-1.82279 1!-
-1.76709 -t,74140 -1.75a55 -1.78904
1 F
O. 45787O,! O, 43714I
/
1 !
o,91 O,2O.4O,6o.gLOL2LL2,482 (O.42892)(O,48784) O.65513gi:z;sgl
40870O. O. 39995i O. 39162O. (O,38602) O. 54739
33668 O. 332381 3281S: O. 32449 O. 34569 O.43617O.
L O, 26155 l O, 25157 o, 2ss231 29026O. e. 35563O,
O. 28971 O.23963 O, 25oo9 322385.46193
459766,
--4.13321 -4. 36en3 50. 42359 30954
:::
-O. 870541 i -O. 72229 -O, 75629 -1.0t28a -1.49081
-:,26072 1 1l - 1, 12657 -1. 10518 -1.2123B -1.44163
:1-1.95759 - 1.80204 -1. 754671 -1.82963 -2.01433
1
Lo' i/ O.46107O. O. 43936D,
e.2O,4O.6O,LLL!.2.
1 i
(O.430S7)1 CO.50345),o, so41ol
43537O. 42488o. O.41S16i (O,40843)i O.42738O. O. 71643!
i/
// 41 597 4o6741 O. 39841 O, 39187 40010O. O. 45212 e. 72938O.
8o2482 O.427321
I/ 39018O. O.42654O. 56243O. O. 93068O.
O.531161 I it 44066O.717492.
473071 64696O. 976371,30282
O,93976i o, 70527 917121.-5.-3,
1/!/l 1
F1I
3.07056I
-3.
--3,21788
84969
40962I
2,85968
1, 86927
-3.IS5'70
2.63569i/ -2. 58759
877938404]16ssoi
2. 22009
-27. 13641
-1.67412
L .1 [ l

-82-

NII-Electronic Library Service


TheJapanSociety
The Japan Society ofNavalArchitectsandOceanEngineers
of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers

Table- 8 AR

vB12

slH
o O. 05'O.1

--1I ml1
O, 15
1 O. 2JO.4] O, 6 O.8
O.5 O,2O.4O.6o.LLL!.2,
ooo'oo O.02118]/ O.08562i CO.18997) O, 29937O, o.o.64417144S7
O.O03921/ O. O1537 O, 03351 05485/ O. 19031o.o,o.037141319017262
8o2482
l1
O,OO152i o.o.o.o.o.o.
O1416070970931910231107071065e
O, 06454O,
1'1ii O. O1954! 18940O,
Lo'oo
O. 026351 24793
lt1
o.o.o,
02914.o3o63103053, O. 190631 O,27596O.
O.20142i 29M2O,
O.20152' 29799
F
O.6:1 O,2O.4O.6o.L1.LL2,oooOloloiolo!Ol
l
O.230t91 (O,94349) (t.69811) 2, 03770,
O.02414O. O,09837O, (e.21943) O,348741
1

o.o.7272219655
O0500 O1982 O. 04377 O.0729ii O. 26238o.o.o.o.o.o,
;[
8o2482 IlI
1
O.O0668/ O.O1376e. OI048lel1315306178071962tl19963
o,e.o,O0428142892i587O.
O,O1517O. 05515O,
l1 e2383o,o.o.027600300603035
08389O.
09668O. 25393O,28491O.
10503O.
10596 29305

8olg!oi8oi
1i
O.7 1o.o.o.246 O. 24937O.(1.79947) 2. 14581O,41083O,
O,11438e. (O.25666)
027SlO,O0641(1.02253) o.e,o,o.o.
8236126402
02574 O. 05756 09739 35187 l1
O.
!1!:li
o.1.1.8o2 O. O1860i 054140307106836
o.o.o. o,os7esO.
077tip055261215315609184939347011
o.oos4sl 07646O,16652O.
O.O1966'
1,L2,482 O.02486O. o.o.o.OB639i1000710341
o.o.o. 21744O.
02872O. 26439O.
02964 28095
.1
O.8 o.o,o,o.LL
2468o21l' oooooo
O.27173. (Lo.o,11392)1348603378
(1,91042)I 25829O. l9353035203i11165O064404350O.06
0. 03244i ' (O,30456) 48995O. o.o.o.o,o.
O. O0831l O. 076472. 13125i O.46204.
O. 03595O, o.o.o.O,o.o.
16637Ol12807291,
O.I9813O.
iIti
tFri:' OO178,
O. O1305O,
O1519o.
ag4os
p1
L1.2,482I'! ooo 02030O.
112031l16456,

O.I6086O.
02627O, 09078O. 1181071
22949O.
02819! 09794 25853
:
O.9 a.o,o.o.LLLL2,
2468o2482 (l,22063)(2.03213) 2.37508I
ooooooo.o.o,2981803845OI092
O. 16184O, (O.36785) O.59254! 1,06496i -I,
04502 O,10326 O. 17957o.o,o,o.o.o.
O. 467201 O. 5971Oi 1

06193O1762O0251O12870221102560
O. 19443O. o.o.o,o.o.o.
2853010668OO1670636413024!5915
o.o.o,3384013884O0901O,
06329O,
i : O0376
1
8io O. 04052i
O.07467O.
08BO1
o7597O.
17345O,
22077
' /

1
LO o.o.o.o,LL1.1.2.
2468o24821' ooooooooo (1.34675)(2.16615)1
o.o,o,33004e4657e1472 -l2171961995316961535506172O074804
2.o.o.496457289825251O.
O. 19892O. (O. 45tl87) 1.o.o,o,o.o,o,o.
06167 O. 143471/ O. 76438O,
10338O. 44480O, 51602S05021564604911
o,o,o.o.o.o.
04,364I 24451O.ll365
O. O1506i
! 1

O. OO020i O,02615'l
1
O. O1502O. O, 07283i
E 021t8 O.12169
.1 -1

-83-

NII-Electronic Library Service


TheJapanSociety
The Japan Society ofNavalArchitects
of Naval Architects andOceanEngineers
and Ocean Engineers

Table- 9 K6Varuax

vB12
B:
1lliI1o O. 05 O.1 O. 15 O.2 O.4
1
lo,6
O.8
O.5 O.2O.4O.6o.LL8o2L4L82.2 - 14.
4. 33843. /
4.3,46061593 57083,1749 (4.5091) 06483. 1.2.!,LL
99731388
IMI 3. 15524, 0363 :1.39181.40271.

2. 56802. 2. 44t32. 940173525757i,45601.29461,1931


1.Lo.o,o.o.
OtL2202289816
23 2i;2, 09t31. 33111.
O140 1 : 8657 2483t.
11,8612/1.6619'1.

1:i 1. 7098t, t751!. 938186468105


51031/1. 0646o,
5381 3892 gsgsl
1/1 f /
l (7-6316)4.(4.7538)i 2,67373.
r 11
17. 1
O.6' O.2O,4O.6 0959i3. 7, 95204.
9172i 12.
05772. 18832. (4.1365)2, 6805
!2,
,6719.92231,L1,1,1.1.
11
8872 9t88 9526 9497 83402, 1.1.L1,
2105
o,L1.8o21.4L82.2O.2O,4O,6
2.38462. F276512473'19101.1339
3074!1. 8105650051424e8426191680/1
O. 9363O.
08931. 990gi1,7853 9487O.
8g601. 9305O.
1
75991.58181.47081 1,64261. 9023O.
45901, anMO, 8458O,8001
3468 9735

O.7 6, 41943. 7.27e2,3.(6.8946)3.96522.


(4,0396) 2, 13533.4an8i2.u.nl4168!7612!
!t 64782. 810612, (3.9167)2. 1,LL1.L1.L1.
73592, 78521 8389 8528 7350I 1,06751.
I !2. 1735561845037408627121805
o.1.1.LL2, 28542.0180
8o2482O.2e.4O,6e.LLLL2. 25731. I8261. o,o.o.854089649021O.
11.84141 96211. 1963l.16771.12701.
76781.63181.45531,
1l.71631.5S13i1.
8905O.8519O.
049tO.
44751 3465 9882 8t39
1
!
16.

O,8 5.93953. 80433, (6. 3501) (3.4602) 1. 70033. -11.


48092. 67132. 3. 8549 (3.8019)2. 24402. 2017/1.6244i...1O,
65962. 7295 2. B069 8391 712B 9439i
11.1016i1.16081
8o24B2 24802, 2.27451.99231.
1.1.L1.1.1.
691916246'5330 o.o.o.781985248841O,
oo051.
83521. 80291,6685i'1.49181.3812i
.1645i1
71691, 4482316622531
1. 1438, 8920O.
55B91,4581
11.

084t/1. 87S6O.
:l
0286 8468
//1
; 1
r
IO,9 ;5, i
1 59623, 6.3.2, (5.9290)
492161897425, (2,9622)i L3.2.33471020175792,
iO.2O.4O.6O.81.0L2
39322. 8388) (3. (3,7688)1 11.OIOO.4891
2.8500 2.9037
i
64662, O.8293
26592.03291,
i
1/ 35892,
Ed'1.LL111 1,O195i1. O.7125O.
661165905986i.5270.4eoo.3044
/!
0840l, /11 12651. 8069O,
8745 8936 1702 8660
1, 75951. 111:1 1.7556i1. 1.17651. O. 8975O.9115O.
FLL2.482 60271. 5703I1.4slg[ 14271.
E
1
SO03
l
0943 8962

LLr
1rlO.

(5, (2.5t21) 1.01902.


1O.2e.4O.6
1.0 5.35563. 6,3.2,300265098326
5863)3,91822,
37802.7011 (3.8080)3.0624: 96422, o,L111
83253340.6200.7111.70141,
9a24 87332. 7179O.
O,8LOL2 2. 26592. 52952. 92481, O.6417O.
1
1256i.9699 25962.06121,91211,7e491
07741. 7524O,
11.8537l. 17021. 8376o.o.o.8967952
1!
1.L2.462 65231.532Z1,4273
21551.
6901,1. 223911.188t
5797 .S68f']
d

-84-

NII-Electronic Library Service


TheJapanSociety
The Japan of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers
Society ofNavalArchitectsandOcean Engineers

Table-10 &6Vamax

pB/2

re H

io.o,o.o,1.1.LL2.
o
11
O. 05
i'''
O.1!
i
O. 151 O.2 l O,4 O.6 O,8

O.5 2468o2482 -nl654g


-o.--o, -o.-e,47153ano -L-o.-o.-o,-o.
-L-o.-o.-a.-o.
oooeo (-LO185),
--O.3267 i
4592i5118244614t30919
63069284i/
-o,-o.-o.-o.-o.-o,-o.
7I3e45802867!8151!620454OI06
51203050t960 -o,-o,-o.28721736095

1ololo
-O, e646 -O. 1335 -O, O"2
-O,0371 -O. 0693 -O,O145
-O, 0241 -O, 0388 +O.0441
/oolooooi,oooi I
!
-4,L"1.-o. 1:
O,6 O,2O.4O.6o.i'L1.L2,
?zz3(:gi
:g-. sg2?
(-s.
(-1.0381)
--O,0406i -O. 1589
iioo)1

-O. 3437
242448495422
-1.-o.-o.--o.-o.
54119631562S34782302/
-o.-o.-o.-o.
7t74500833552260
/1ii[!l
8o2482 -O, 2654 -o.-e,-o.32222189140
-O. 1560
1

-O. 1029
k
-O. 1610 pO. IM5 -O. os46
i-o.-o,-o.073304310286l
lt1 -O. 08B3 -O, 0734 -O.O166
-O. 052911 -O,0319
1

+O. 0201
!
1 -O. 8564 L
o.7 o,o.D.o,LLLi'2.
24i681o2482'1ooooi:i
-O.
5287) (-4.8066) -3.-L-o.-o.-o,-o.
8597567859943005!7961200-l
1201 -O. 4988 (-1.e994) -1-.488tL.0293
-O, M32(-3.-O. 1716// -O, 3765 -O. 7354/
-O, 64e9 -O, 5596i -o,p.-o,-o.362827301
--O.4124 -O.4018
i / -O, 2808 -O.2867
-O, 0863 -O. 2010
g[ol t -O.0516
-O, 0347
-O, 1149
--O.0721
-O, 2067 -O. 1352
--O.1111 -O. 0558
-O. 0598: -O. O098

O.8
1
o.o.o.o.1.1.1,L2.
2468o2482 -oJss"7'g'(-3,s4s7)l(-4.6o3o)-3.-1.-o.-o.-o,-O.
ooooooooo
-O. 1273, -O.5399 -1,2044
-O, ca74-o,1918J -O. 4282
l
559070626B97354521521454'-l
-1-l.4Ml.1230 -L7602,
-o.
-O. 7528 -O. 6327 -O. 4066
-O. 50641 -O. 4885 -O. 3361
1/ -O. 3549' -O. 3691 -O. 2636
-o.-o,-o,105506380434
t -O, 2595 -o,-o,-o.2792!6400988
- O. 2oo5
-O. 1533 -O. 1084
-O. 0992 -O. 0503
1 i(-4.4636)
/
-O. B793 -3,-1,LO.307790738279
-O.1391 (-3.
O.9- 2461L oo'oooo 6370)
/o.o,o.o.!,t'
-O,6042
-O.0538' -8.2227
I(-1.3642) -1-1.4276.2410
-O, 5072 -o,7866
8o2 -O. 4380 -O. 9084 -O.7179 lt -o.-o.-o,45084073347
I -O.2700 -O. 6445 -O. 5997
-O. 1841 -O. 4663 -O, 4816
!o'Olo i
LL2,48,2 ' -o.-o,-o,134408180558
-o.-o.-o.34802tlO1394
-o.-o.-o.38192tl141560
-O, 2856
-O, 1816
:1 -O. 1082
1
LO O,o.o,o.1.LLL2,
1oo 11 -3,-2.-1.-o.-e.rno.-o,-o.-o.
2468o2482 9213 (-3.7993)
-O. 1572i -O. 7027 C- 1. 6osa)
0862IB730478i,5760361224801814ll03
-L-l.-L-o.-o.
401513g051gigg6445:
1o-O.
-O.0638! -O. 2713l(-4,3651)
--O.6332 lf ---o.-o.-o,-o,-o.-o.-o,
8i0781257399636e532136072450
oooooo -O. 4929
-O4849
11 -O, 4478
/ -e.4919 -o,-o.-o.39612862194
-O. 3044
i; -O. 2028L
10748I

-- 85 -

NII-Electronic Library Service