Unsteady analysis of pressure pulses in a CLT propeller using a lifting surface vortex-lattice method

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    Abstract

    This paper presents a hydrodynamic analysis of a CLT propeller using a lifting surface vortex lattice method. The UPCA91 lifting surface code has been extended for this purpose to account for the effect of endplates. The code is intended for the preliminary analysis of geometry variations from the standpoint of pressure pulses at frequencies which are multiples of the propeller blade passage frequency. The paper shows the unsteady analysis of a passenger ship propeller. A comparison of differences between computed and measured pressure pulses obtained for a cavitating condition is provided.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationInternational Conference on Advances and Challenges in Marine Noise and Vibration
    Subtitle of host publicationProceedings
    Place of PublicationGlasgow, UK
    Pages197-202
    Publication statusPublished - 2012
    MoE publication typeB3 Non-refereed article in conference proceedings
    EventConference on Advances and Challenges in Marine Noise and Vibration, MARNAV 2012 - Glasgow, United Kingdom
    Duration: 5 Sep 20127 Sep 2012

    Conference

    ConferenceConference on Advances and Challenges in Marine Noise and Vibration, MARNAV 2012
    Abbreviated titleMARNAV 2012
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityGlasgow
    Period5/09/127/09/12

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    Propellers
    Vortex flow
    Ship propellers
    Hydrodynamics
    Geometry

    Keywords

    • Propellers
    • CLT propellers
    • tip loaded propellers pressure pulses
    • lifting surface

    Cite this

    Sanchez Caja, A. (2012). Unsteady analysis of pressure pulses in a CLT propeller using a lifting surface vortex-lattice method. In International Conference on Advances and Challenges in Marine Noise and Vibration: Proceedings (pp. 197-202). Glasgow, UK.
    Sanchez Caja, Antonio. / Unsteady analysis of pressure pulses in a CLT propeller using a lifting surface vortex-lattice method. International Conference on Advances and Challenges in Marine Noise and Vibration: Proceedings. Glasgow, UK, 2012. pp. 197-202
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    Sanchez Caja, A 2012, Unsteady analysis of pressure pulses in a CLT propeller using a lifting surface vortex-lattice method. in International Conference on Advances and Challenges in Marine Noise and Vibration: Proceedings. Glasgow, UK, pp. 197-202, Conference on Advances and Challenges in Marine Noise and Vibration, MARNAV 2012, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 5/09/12.

    Unsteady analysis of pressure pulses in a CLT propeller using a lifting surface vortex-lattice method. / Sanchez Caja, Antonio.

    International Conference on Advances and Challenges in Marine Noise and Vibration: Proceedings. Glasgow, UK, 2012. p. 197-202.

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    Sanchez Caja A. Unsteady analysis of pressure pulses in a CLT propeller using a lifting surface vortex-lattice method. In International Conference on Advances and Challenges in Marine Noise and Vibration: Proceedings. Glasgow, UK. 2012. p. 197-202