add_mass_deriv - e in them where j = l = 1 will be zero. So...

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Added Mass Force Formulation Prof. A. Techet
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Added Mass Tensor
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Vector Velocity Accelerations:
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Added Mass Forces and Moments
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Tensor Notation + 2 2 _ 1 3 1 3
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Einstein Summation Sum up the terms for all i,j,k,l options: For example take: j =1 for the Force in the 1-direction (x-component) Sum over all i = 1:6: Next consider k = 1,2,3 then l = 1,2,3 Æ
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For k = 1,2,3 Since we are considering the F 1 component where j = 1, then all terms with ε in them where j = k = 1 will be zero. So there is no reason to consider k = 1 here. So we just sum up the terms where k = 2 and k = 3: (same as before) Let: k = 2 Next Let: k = 3
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Next look at l = 1,2,3 Since we are considering the F 1 component where j = 1, then all terms with
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Unformatted text preview: e in them where j = l = 1 will be zero. So there is no reason to consider l = 1 here. So we just sum up the terms where l = 2 and l = 3: (same as before) Let: l = 3 Note that any term where k = l then is zero Next Let: l = 2 Total Force: Example Only need to look at values of i = 1,3,6 Force becomes: Since velocity is then Now the only non-zero terms are for l = 2 therefore Slender Body Added Mass Matrix Figure removed for copyright reasons. Please see: Table 4.3 in Newman, J. "Added-Mass Coefficients for Various Two Dimensional Bodies." In Marine Hydrodymanics . Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 1977. ISBN: 0262140268....
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2012 for the course MECHANICAL 2.016 taught by Professor Alexandratechet during the Fall '05 term at MIT.

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