Course
code MM753
credit_hours 3
title Advanced Marine Vehicles
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prequisites None
credit hours 3
Description/Outcomes Hydrodynamics of small high-speed craft including planning hulls, air cushion vehicles, surface effect ships, and Wing in Ground Effect. Theoretical and empirical methods for resistance propulsion and attitude prediction. Nonlinear dynamics and stability of high-speed marine vehicles. Effect of hull form on resistance and dynamic performance. Structural design considerations including bottom plating strength and frame loading. Discussion of various types of framing. Material choices.
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objectives The student should be able to:rn Understand the differences between conventional and advanced marine vehicles geometrical, hydrodynamic, and structural aspectsrn Apply new codes pertaining to high speed and advanced marine vehiclesrnrn
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Course Content
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1  Hydrodynamics of small high-speed craft including planning hulls
2  Air cushion vehicles
3  Surface effect ships, and Wing in Ground Effect
4  Theoretical and empirical methods for resistance propulsion and attitude prediction
5  Nonlinear dynamics and stability of high-speed marine vehicles
6  Effect of hull form on resistance and dynamic performance
7  Structural design considerations including bottom plating strength and frame loading
8  Discussion of various types of framing
9  Material choices
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