. Analysis of wave resistance. Ship resistance. Similarly for the afterbody with a parallel length |. [H5] 1 r /^ " lM" [46] APPENDIX 2 FORMULAS FOR THE WAVE RESISTANCE All formulas here collected are valid for uniform motion only. A. The Wave Resistance of a Source or Sink*. Figure 39 " Source (sink) Beneath the Surface The flow due to a single source or sink has been studied by Have- lock.®''" Assume the usual axes but with OZ directed vertically upwards (that is the direction used in almost all Havelock's papers contrary to Michell's assumption). The velocity potential

. Analysis of wave resistance. Ship resistance. Similarly for the afterbody with a parallel length |. [H5] 1 r /^ " lM" [46] APPENDIX 2 FORMULAS FOR THE WAVE RESISTANCE All formulas here collected are valid for uniform motion only. A. The Wave Resistance of a Source or Sink*. Figure 39 " Source (sink) Beneath the Surface The flow due to a single source or sink has been studied by Have- lock.®''" Assume the usual axes but with OZ directed vertically upwards (that is the direction used in almost all Havelock's papers contrary to Michell's assumption). The velocity potential  Stock Photo
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. Analysis of wave resistance. Ship resistance. Similarly for the afterbody with a parallel length |. [H5] 1 r /^ " lM" [46] APPENDIX 2 FORMULAS FOR THE WAVE RESISTANCE All formulas here collected are valid for uniform motion only. A. The Wave Resistance of a Source or Sink*. Figure 39 " Source (sink) Beneath the Surface The flow due to a single source or sink has been studied by Have- lock.®''" Assume the usual axes but with OZ directed vertically upwards (that is the direction used in almost all Havelock's papers contrary to Michell's assumption). The velocity potential of a source m moving with a constant speed v in the direction of x at a distance f beneath the surface can be written in the form + <^ [1 ?Unfortunately there is no easily readable Introduction into the theory of wave resistance in any Western language. Lamb's book stops just when matters become interesting for practice.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Weinblum, Georg P. Washington : Navy Dept. , David W. Taylor Model Basin

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