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|Title: ||Three-Dimensional Sloshing of Liquid in a Rectangular Parellelepiped Container due to Turning Motions|
|Authors: ||Chia-Li Hu;Jiahn-Horng Chen|
|Issue Date: ||2018-06-08T06:19:30Z
|Publisher: ||The Nineteenth International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference|
|Abstract: ||Abstract:Liquid sloshing appears when the air-liquid interface is present and subject to disturbances and/or unsteady motions. The incurred motion comprises many complicated physical phenomena which appear in various engineering applications and industrial designs. Violent sloshing can take place under gentle excitations or even subject to a small amplitude of excitation. Therefore, the understanding of sloshing is essential in many liquid container designs with regard to safety of transportation systems, such as liquid cargo trucks on highways, liquid tank car on railways, and LNG and ships on the ocean. For the sloshing analysis in liquid containers, many reports have been available in the literature in the past several decades. A rapid progress in theoretical analyses and experiments has been made for the tank design of space vehicles and satellites during 1950’s and 1960’s. The work by Abramson (1966) summarizes the experimental results and theoretical methods available for linear sloshing analysis. Employing the potential formulation of the velocity field, he analyzed the liquid motion in tanks in cylindrical and spherical shapes and in ring and circular sector compartments. Recently, Ibrahim (2005) gives an up-todate survey of various sloshing modeling techniques. Later, in 1970’s, the sloshing phenomenon becomes an important issue when the design of ocean-going LNG ships was proposed. Numerical methods were employed in conjunction with the theoretical analysis to study the problem.|
|Appears in Collections:||[系統工程暨造船學系] 演講及研討會|
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