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The effect of sloshing on the sway motions of 2D rectangular cylinders in regular waves

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Authors
Lee, DongYoung; Jo, GyungNam; Kim, YunHo; Choi, Hang S.; Faltinsen, Odd M.
Issue Date
2011-09
Publisher
SPRINGER TOKYO
Citation
JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY; Vol.16 3; 323-330
Keywords
2D rectangular cylindersSway motionSloshingNatural frequencyMulti-modal methodTank test
Abstract
In this paper, we investigated the effect of sloshing on the sway motions of two-dimensional rectangular cylinders in regular waves, bearing in mind possible applications for LNG-FPSO and LNG-FSRU. First, we carried out experiments for two models with different drafts, or the same draft but different filling ratios, in which the models were firmly connected to each other. The sway motion was measured with a noncontact video camera. This is an extension of Rognebakke and Faltinsen`s work for a single model (J Ship Res 47(3):208-221, 2003). It was found that the sway motion became small when the incident wave frequency was close to the lowest natural frequency of each model. The sway motion greatly increased when the wave frequency was higher than this frequency. The measured data were compared with numerical results obtained by a single-dominant multi-modal method; relatively good agreement was noted. However, the numerical results deviated from the experimental results near the lowest natural frequency of the smaller model, which was believed to be due to overturning waves, as observed during the experiment. Since this is out of the valid range for the single-dominant multi-modal method, other, more appropriate, methods such as the multi-dominant modal method must be applied instead.
ISSN
0948-4280
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/75098
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00773-011-0130-5
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