LECTURE NOTES - RESISTANCE AND POWERING - ENGR ALEJANDRO (1) - Marine Engineering Lecture No 1 The frictional resistance depends on the size of the

LECTURE NOTES - RESISTANCE AND POWERING - ENGR ALEJANDRO (1)

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Marine Engineering Lecture No. 1 1 NAME REVIEW 2020 Prepared By: Engr. J.K.A. Alejandro INTRODUCTION TO RESISTANCE AND POWERING When a ship is being propelled through the water, the power delivered to the propeller has to overcome the total resistance or when a ship moves through the water at any speed a force or resistance is exerted by the water on the ship. The ship must therefore exert an equal thrust or force to overcome the resistance and travel at that speed. Resistance: 1. Frictional resistance, resistance of the water rubbing against the sides of the ship. 2. The resistance due to the waves which are formed by the motion of the ship. 3. Eddy making resistance, eddies are formed behind a ship by the shape of the stern and the projecting parts such as bossing and bilge keels. 4. Resistance of the air acting on the portions of the ship above the water. Note: No. 2 and No. 3 combined as residuary resistance. No. 4 resistance is negligible because this is 2%-3% of the total resistance. The motion of a ship through water requires energy to overcome resistance, i.e. the force working against movement. As the resistance of a full-scale ship cannot be measured directly the knowledge about the resistance of ships comes from model tests. The total resistance on calm water can be divided into three main components: frictional resistance, residual resistance and air resistance. The frictional resistance depends on the size of the wetted area. It represents often about 70-90% of the ship total resistance for low- speed ships (bulk carriers and tankers), and sometimes less than 40% for high-speed ships (containers and passenger ships). Residual resistance comprises wave resistance that refers to the energy loss caused by waves created by the vessel and viscous pressure resistance. This residual resistance normally represents 10- 25% of the total resistance for low-speed ships and up to 40-60% for high-speed ships. Air resistance normally represents about 2% of the total resistance, however, for loaded container ships in head wind, the air resistance can be as much as 10%. During the operation of ship, the paint film on the hull breaks down. Erosion starts, and marine plants and barnacles, etc. grow on the surface of the hull. In addition, the propeller surface can become rough and foulded. The total resistance caused by fouling may increase by 25-50% throughout the lifetime of a ship. Resistance also increases because of sea, wind and current. The resistance when navigating in head- sea could perhaps increase by as much as 50-100% of the total ship resistance in calm weather.” - Wartsila MAIN RESISTANCE: 1. Frictional Resistance 2. Residuary Resistance Frictional Resistance on the ship depends on: 1. Speed of the ship 2. Wetted surface area 3. Length of the ship 4. Roughness of the hull 5. Density of the water
Marine Engineering Lecture No. 1 2 NAME REVIEW 2020 Prepared By: Engr. J.K.A. Alejandro Ship’s total towing resistance: Rt Rt = Rf + Rw + Re + Ra Where: Rf = Frictional Resistance Rw = Wave Resistance Re = Eddy Resistance Ra = Air Resistance Note:

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