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    • A numerical model to determine ship manoeuvring motion in regular waves 

      Schooo-Zipfel, Jochen; Abdel-Maksoud, Moustafa (CIMNE, 2011)
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      A numerical program for time-domain calculations of the manoeuvring behaviour in regular waves is presented. The program is based on frequency-dependent coefficients, transfered to time-domain by using the impulse response ...
    • Euler-Euler and Euler-Lagrange approaches to cavitation modelling in marine applications 

      Yakubov, Sergey; Cankurt, Bahaddin; Maquil, Thierry; Schiller, Patrick; Abdel-Maksoud, Moustafa; Rung, Thomas (CIMNE, 2011)
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      Open Access
      Two different approaches to cavitation modelling are investigated in the paper. With the Euler-Euler approach vapour-volume fraction is computed based on a volume of fluid method in combination with a simple mass-transfer ...
    • Flow study on a ducted azimuth thruster 

      Schiller, Patrick; Wang, Keqi; Abdel-Maksoud, Moustafa (CIMNE, 2017)
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      Open Access
      This paper presents the results of the numerical validation and verification studies on an azimuth thruster. The numerical investigations include a grid study as well as an analysis of the simulation results obtained by ...
    • Testing a semi-automated tool for the optimisation of full-scale marine propellers working behind a ship 

      Berger, Stephan; Druckenbrod, Markus; Pergande, Markus; Abdel-Maksoud, Moustafa (CIMNE, 2013)
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      Open Access
      A procedure for the optimisation of full-scale marine propellers working be- hind a ship is presented. This procedure consists of two stages: the actual optimisation and a detailed investigation of a few selected ...
    • Time domain simulation of dynamic positioning manoeuvres based on impulse response functions 

      Detlefsen, Ole; Theilen, Lasse; Abdel-Maksoud, Moustafa (CIMNE, 2015)
      Conference report
      Open Access
      The Paper focusses on the development of a numerical method to simulate ship motions under arbitrary external forces. Based on impulse response functions, the de- veloped method benefits from the computational ...