Assuming that the linear "Strip Theory" is still applicable for the prediction of longitudinal motions of ships under condition of slamming, the loadings on bow flare in seas and the hull response to it are then simplified as a problem of regular waves with respect to the modal frequency in the response spectrum of bow-wave vertically related motion, and the probability of hull response is related to the sguare of bow-wave vertical relative velocity.
Amendments to the Protocol of 1988 relating to the International Convention on Load Lines, 1966 will enter into force on 1 January 2005. This paper introduces the development and its application of the new bow height formula in Regulation 39 of Annex I of the Amendments.
The derived value of this velocity allows these structures to be identified as a fast magnetosonic wave propagating upstream of the solar wind inflowing the Earth's bow shock.
A positive correlation of the rate of failures with the flux of relativistic electrons on the geosynchronous orbit and with the proton flux measured before the bow shock front is revealed.
The lines of intersection of the bow shocks are the body ribs.
The amplitude of the angles of attack is assumed arbitrary under the condition that the bow shock remains attached, and the flow behind the shock is supersonic.
This paper presents the technique for and results from numerical calculations of the hypersonic laminar boundary layer on blunted cones with account for the vorticity of the external flow caused by the curved bow shock wave.