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structured_dictionary:seakeeping: 38 Hits
ss]] in i<sup>th</sup> mode due to j<sup>th</sup> motion. ===== Amplitude ===== Extreme value of a sinusoi... nt. ===== Coupling ===== Influence of one mode of motion on another mode of motion, for instance, coupling between heave and pitch. ===== Covariance ===== Average... c system, which dissipates energy and reduces the motion. ===== Damping coefficient ===== Ratio of damping
structured_dictionary:manoeuvrability: 33 Hits
rash-back ma-noeuvre from a steady, straight-line motion ahead; it is also called //Headreach//.\\ {{:man... re of gravity of a submerged body or submarine in motion and horizontal plane through that centre. The pat... inged or movable devices used for controlling the motion of a body or ship. ===== Control surface angle ==... ces and moments which enter into the equations of motion are usually classified into three categories: sta
structured_dictionary:resistance: 10 Hits
aspects of the resistance of a ship, or body, to motion through calm water without consideration on the e... g on a moving body in such a way as to oppose its motion; the component of the fluid forces parallel to the axis of motion of a body. Drag is the preferred term in aerodyna... [L<sup>2</sup> T<sup>-1</sup>]\\ In irrotational motion of a fluid, the velocity at any point may be deri
structured_dictionary:propeller: 7 Hits
een the velocity vector representing the relative motion between a body and a fluid and a characteristic l... sured between the shaft axis and the direction of motion. ===== Angle of zero lift ===== (<m>alpha</m><sub... e which faces generally in the direction of ahead motion. This side of the blade is also known as the suct... ropeller blade which face downstream during ahead motion. This side of the blade is also known as the pres
structured_dictionary:performance: 6 Hits
sistance of above water form of a ship due to its motion relative to still air or wind. When there is no n... ngle δ<sub>R</sub>, depending on the lag and lost motion in the steering control and gear. ===== Run appro... ake ===== The wake is a term used to describe the motion imparted to the water by the passage of the ship’... = The component of the wake set up by the orbital motion in the waves created by a body or ship. ===== Wat
structured_dictionary:general: 6 Hits
b>0</sub>// axis lies in the direction of initial motion. ==== Bayesian analysis ==== Requires evaluating... control its speed, power, attitude, direction of motion, and the like. ==== Dynamic ==== As an adjective, pertains to motion as the result of force, or to bodies and system i... h cause it, when slightly disturbed from a steady motion, to resume that the same steady motion, usually a
alphabetic_dictionary:p: 2 Hits
[structured_dictionary:manoeuvrability#positional_motion_stability|positional motion stability]] - [[structured_dictionary:manoeuvrability#profile]] ====== PERFO
dictionary_of_hydromechanics:contents: 2 Hits
b>0</sub>// axis lies in the direction of initial motion. ==== Control ==== As a noun, is applied to the a... control its speed, power, attitude, direction of motion, and the like. ==== 1.2 MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS
structured_dictionary:shipgeometry: 1 Hits
asured normal to the direction of relative liquid motion. ===== Keel ===== The term is used, alone or char
alphabetic_dictionary:m: 1 Hits
torsional]] - [[structured_dictionary:seakeeping#motion_ship|motions, ship]] ====== SHIPGEOMETRY ====== [
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