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Ship Shock Trial Simulation of USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG-81)

Ship Shock Trial Simulation of USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG-81)

Surrounding Fluid Effect

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Published by Storming Media .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • COM067000

  • The Physical Object
    FormatSpiral-bound
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11844893M
    ISBN 101423503651
    ISBN 109781423503651

    Approved for public release; distribution is unlimitedIn the USS WINSTON CHURCHILL (DDG) was subjected to three underwater explosions as part of a ship shock trial. Using the actual trial data from experiment and three-dimensional dynamic models of the ship and surrounding fluid very successful comparisons of the vertical motion have. existence. Some of the more recent ship shock simulation projects that the SVCL Shock Team has been involved in are: • DDG USS John Paul Jones • DDG USS Winston S. Churchill • LPD USS San Antonio • DDG USS Zumwalt SHOCK SIMULATION PROJECTS Working with graduate students from the Mechanical.

    Creating a virtual shock environment by use of a computer to model the ship structure and the surrounding fluid presents a valuable design tool and an attractive alternative to these tests. This thesis examines the accuracy of shock simulation using the shock trials conducted on USS WINSTON S. CHURCHILL (DDG 81) in Ship Shock Trial Modeling and Simulation of USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81) 6. AUTHOR(S) Nathan A. Schneider and Young S. Shin 5. FUNDING NUMBERS 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) Naval Postgraduate School, Dryer Road, Monterey, CA 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NUMBER NPS-ME 9.

    Creating a virtual shock environment by use of a computer to model the ship structure and the surrounding fluid presents a valuable design tool and an attractive alternative to these tests. The research work shown in this paper investigated the accuracy of shock simulation using the shock trials conducted on USS WINSTON S. CHURCHILL (DDG 81) in. The Shock Trials were conducted to assess the survivability of the newly constructed ship; during these massive explosions the USS Winston S. Churchill sustained only minor damage. She was launched on the 17th of April and delivered on the 13th of October


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Ship Shock Trial Simulation of USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG-81) Download PDF EPUB FB2

USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG) is an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer of the United States is named after Sir Winston Churchill, the renowned former Prime Minister of the United ship is the 31st destroyer of her class.

Winston S. Churchill was the 18th ship of this class to be built at Bath Iron Works in Bath, Maine, and construction began on 7 May Aircraft carried: 2 × SH Seahawk helicopters. The USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG) shock trial was conducted in May and June of off the coast of Naval Station Mayport, Florida.

Because the USS Winston S. Churchill best represented the new line of Flight II-A Arleigh Burkes, it was chosen to undergo ship shock trials for its class. Ship Shock Trial Simulation of USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81): Modeling and Simulation Strategy and Surrounding Fluid Volume Effects Young S.

Shin and Nathan A. Schneider Department of Mechanical Engineering Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, California ()[email protected] Size: 3MB. Download Citation | Ship Shock Trial Simulation of USS Winston S.

Churchill (DDG): Surrounding Fluid Effect | The USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG) shock trial was conducted in May and June of. Download Citation | Ship Shock Trial Simulation of USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81): Modeling and Simulation Strategy and Surrounding Fluid Volume Effects | [email protected] During World War II.

The research work shown in this paper investigated the accuracy of shock simulation using the shock trials conducted on USS WINSTON S. CHURCHILL (DDG 81) in All three explosions DDG 81 was subjected to are simulated and the resulting predictions compared with actual shock trial data.

The USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG) shock trial was conducted in May and June of off the coast of Naval Station Mayport, Florida. Because the USS Winston S.

Churchill best represented the new line of Flight II-A Arleigh Burkes, it was chosen to undergo ship shock trials for its class.

These trials are necessary in order to evaluate the vulnerability and survivability of the hu ll and. First implemented in conjunction with the USS John Paul Jones (DDG) shock trial conducted inthe highly successful underwater explosion modeling and simulation process developed by Professor Shin has been continually refined and improved upon over the past decade through numerous research projects targeting such critical issues as ship.

Shin YS.,“Ship shock modeling and simulation for far-field underwater explosion”, Computers and Structures,Young S.

Shin and Nathan A. Schneider, “Ship Shock Trial Simulation of USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81): Modeling and Simulation Strategy and Surrounding Fluid Volume Effects”, Publisher and date not given in.

ship shock trial program. INTRODUCTION As the most representative ship of the new line of Flight II-A Arleigh Burke class destroyer, the USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81) was chosen to undergo ship shock trials. Conducted in May and June of off the coast of Naval Station Mayport, Florida, these trials were necessary in.

Shin Young S, Schneider Nathan A. Ship shock trial simulation of USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81): modeling and simulation strategy and surrounding fluid volume effects, Naval Postgraduate School; This thesis examines the accuracy of shock simulation predictions as compared to the ship shock trials conducted on USS WINSTON S.

CHURCHILL (DDG). An investigation of the effects of sensor location, damping and shot geometry is presented as validation of the Naval Postgraduate School modeling and simulation methodology. Explosive charge set off near a Naval ship USS Winston S.

Churchill (DDG 81) This and the next two slides are from: Young S. Shin and Nathan A. Schneider (Department of Mechanical Engineering Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, California ), “Ship Shock Trial Simulation of USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81): Modeling and Simulation Strategy and Surrounding Fluid Volume Effects.

Creating a virtual shock environment by use of a computer to model the ship structure and the surrounding fluid presents a valuable design tool and an attractive alternative to these tests.

The research summarized in this report investigated the accuracy of shock simulation using the shock trials conducted on USS WINSTON S. CHURCHILL (DDG BibTeX @MISC{(ddgtitle, author = {Uss Winston S. Churchill (ddg and David T.

Hart and Young S. Shin and Author(s David T. Hart}, title = {4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE: Ship Shock Trial Simulation of USS Winston S.

Churchill (DDG): Surrounding Fluid Effect}, year = {}}. Some of the more recent ship shock simulation projects that the SVCL Shock Team has been involved in are the DDG USS John Paul Jones, DDG USS Winston S.

Churchill, LPD USS San Antonio and DDG USS Zumwalt. The research summarized in this report investigated the accuracy of shock simulation using the shock trials conducted on USS WINSTON S. CHURCHILL (DDG 81) in All three explosions DDG 81 was subjected to are simulated and the resulting predictions compared with actual shock trial data.

In the USS WINSTON CHURCHILL (DDG) was subjected to three underwater explosions as part of a ship shock trial. Using the actual trial data from experiment and three-dimensional dynamic models of the ship and surrounding fluid very successful.

Computer simulation provides a viable alternative to Ship Shock Trial testing. Thesis Students: Three-four per year in Ship Shock research. Whole Ship Shock Trial Cost: DDG $ 46M, DDG $28M. Potential Navy savings of over $M by replacing whole ship shock trial with ship shock modeling and simulation.

This thesis examines the accuracy of shock simulation predictions as compared to the ship shock trials conducted on USS WINSTON S.

CHURCHILL (DDG). An investigation of the effects of sensor location, damping and shot geometry is presented as validation of the Naval Postgraduate School modeling and simulation nant, United. The research work shown in this paper investigated the accuracy of shock simulation using the shock trials conducted on USS WINSTON S.

CHURCHILL (DDG 81) in The ship shock .[4] Young S. Shin and Nathan A. Schneider, “Ship Shock Trial Simulation of USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81): Modeling and Simulation Strategy and Surrounding Fluid Volume Effects,” Naval Postgraduate School, January used to study the ship’s response to an underwater explosion.

Each simulation data was analyzed to determine which mesh best represented the actual ship shock trial results NUMBER OF PAGES SUBJECT TERMS USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG81), Ship Shock Modeling and Simulation.