Hydro-elastic aspects of a composite marine propeller in accordance with ply lamination methods

Hydro-elastic aspects of a composite marine propeller in accordance with ply lamination methods In a composite material, stiffness and strength in a desired direction can be controlled via the combination and stacking of materials. As such, the application of composite materials has spread to almost every industry. To utilize this advantage in the design of a marine propeller with complex geometry, accurate and practical analysis tools that consider both the hydroelastic behavior and ply-stacking structure of composite materials are required. Therefore, steady and unsteady BEM–FEM FSI algorithms of a composite propeller blade and a simple finite element model that considers the lamination modulus of fiber materials have been introduced in this study. In addition, a comparative study using CFD–FEM-based FSI analysis and numerical investigation of the hydroelastic behavior of a composite propeller in the ship wake field have been performed based on the present methodology. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Marine Science and Technology Springer Journals

Hydro-elastic aspects of a composite marine propeller in accordance with ply lamination methods

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Publisher
Springer Japan
Copyright
Copyright © 2017 by JASNAOE
Subject
Engineering; Automotive Engineering; Engineering Fluid Dynamics; Engineering Design; Offshore Engineering; Mechanical Engineering
ISSN
0948-4280
eISSN
1437-8213
D.O.I.
10.1007/s00773-016-0428-4
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Abstract

In a composite material, stiffness and strength in a desired direction can be controlled via the combination and stacking of materials. As such, the application of composite materials has spread to almost every industry. To utilize this advantage in the design of a marine propeller with complex geometry, accurate and practical analysis tools that consider both the hydroelastic behavior and ply-stacking structure of composite materials are required. Therefore, steady and unsteady BEM–FEM FSI algorithms of a composite propeller blade and a simple finite element model that considers the lamination modulus of fiber materials have been introduced in this study. In addition, a comparative study using CFD–FEM-based FSI analysis and numerical investigation of the hydroelastic behavior of a composite propeller in the ship wake field have been performed based on the present methodology.

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Journal of Marine Science and TechnologySpringer Journals

Published: Jan 12, 2017

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