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92 3 Added Masses of Three-Dimensional Bodies in Infinite Fluid Fig. 3.9 Coefficients of added masses of finite-span airfoils 3.5 Approximate Methods to Determine Added Masses of 3D Bodies For most real ship structures it is impossible to compute added masses explicitly and one needs to make use of various approximate methods.

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3.5 Approximate Methods to Determine Added Masses of 3D Bodies 93 Fig. 3.10 Coefficients of added masses of finite-span airfoils 3.5.1 Method of Plane Sections If a body is elongated along one of its axes (typically this axis is assumed to coincide with the x -axis) the added masses in orthogonal directions (i.e., along
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