Hull form design for the fore-body of medium-sized passenger ship with gooseneck bulb

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The recent IMO MEPC regulation on EEDI, EEOI and increased fuel cost has worsened the financial condition of the small and medium sized passenger ferry companies, and it is situated to acquire the economic ships with a pretty high resistance performance. The purpose of this research is to develop a design method on the efficient gooseneck bulb for the middle-sized passenger ferry operated in the Far East Asian seas. The hull forms are designed by varying the gooseneck bulb parameters to find the changes on the resistance performance according to the shape of bulb. The numerical series tests are made to derive the regression equation for estimating the resistance through analyzing the data statistically. This equation is set as an objective function, and then using the optimization algorithm searches for the optimal combination of the design variables. After a hull form is designed corresponding to optimized parameters.

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Yu, J. W., & Lee, Y. G. (2017). Hull form design for the fore-body of medium-sized passenger ship with gooseneck bulb. International Journal of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, 9(5), 577–587. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijnaoe.2016.12.001

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