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The William Froude Conference


“Advances in Theoretical and Applied Hydrodynamics – Past and Future” Organised by:


The Royal Institution of Naval Architects and


Lloyd’s Register Strategic Research Group In association with:


QinetiQ


and supported by: ITTC


24-25 November 2010, Portsmouth, UK Second Notice


2010 will mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of William Froude, and the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, both of whom have made a significant contribution to advancing the understanding of hydrodynamics during their time. The William Froude international conference will provide an appropriate opportunity for those who are involved in the research, development and application of hydrodynamics to meet and discuss current and future advances in theoretical and applied hydrodynamics. The two-day conference will present 20 papers, with a session devoted to the work being undertaken by universities involved with the Lloyd’s Register strategic hydrodynamic research programme. Selected papers from this conference will also be presented in a special issue of the International Journal of Maritime Engineering. The conference will include a visit to the QinetiQ towing tank and exhibition at Haslar.


The scope of the Conference will be broad, covering all the aspects of theoretical and applied hydrodynamics. Papers are invited on the following and other related topics:


• Linear and non-linear waves and currents • Ocean dynamics • Ship hydrodynamics for resistance, propulsion, seakeeping, manoeuvrability and stability • Ship hydrodynamics for impact problems (slamming, sloshing, impact, green water, wake flows and shock) • Hydromechanics for the design of concept ship designs • Computational fluid dynamics • Advanced experimental techniques • Multiphase flows • Theoretical and mathematical hydrodynamics with emphasis on Euler equations • Emerging numerical methods for the prediction of non-linear hydro-structural loads (e.g. body non-linear and large amplitude methods, RANS CFD, SPH, MPI, CIP etc.)


• Hydrodynamic reliability analysis for the prediction of global and local dynamic loads • Ship hydro-structural design assessment methods • Damaged ship hydromechanics and hydroplasticity


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Please return to: Conference Department, RINA, 10 Upper Belgrave Street, London SW1X 8BQ by fax on +44 (0)20 7259 5912 or by email: conference@rina.org.uk


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