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    Title: 應用移動式計算區域消除計算邊界反射波之研究
    Authors: 李宗翰;施順龍;林忠安
    Contributors: 淡江大學機械與機電工程學系
    Keywords: 反射波;三次多項式;完全非線性;時域;數值分析;邊界積分方程式;Reflected Wave;Cubic Spline;Fully Nonlinear;Time Domain;Numerical Analysis;Boundary Integral Equation
    Date: 2002-07
    Issue Date: 2014-03-07 11:35:37 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文旨在應用三次多項式楔曲線(Cubic spline)近似法,在二維及三維之全非線性時間域數值模型中,用以模擬浮體在流場中作運動時,在不受因有限計算區域邊界而產生之反射波的影響下,得以確實預測其各項性能之數值分析技術並用以較實際地描述整個流場的情況及浮體在水面的運動情形。
    A cubic spline method is applied to resolved the wave reflection problems while two dimensional and three dimensional fully nonlinear time domain numerical models are used to simulate the motions of arbitrary floating bodies, and the interactions between fluid and bodies. As computational domains for all the numerical models are finite, radiation waves will eventually reach the boundaries of computational domain. Reflection waves is then aroused. By eliminating reflection waves, the results of simulations can be correct and useful.
    Relation: 第十三屆水利工程研討會論文集(下冊)=Proceedings of the 13th Hydraulic Engineering Conference (II),頁M-1-8
    Appears in Collections:[機械與機電工程學系暨研究所] 會議論文

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