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Twenty First International Conference on Hydrodynamics in Ship Design and Operation


28th - 30th June 2017, Gdańsk - Poland

General information

The Conference is intended to provide a forum for scientific paper presentation and professional discussion on development and application of latest achievements in experimental, theoretical and computational hydrodynamics in design and operation of ships and other marine vehicles or structures.

Conference topics:

  • Ship resistance

  • Marine propellers and propulsion

  • Steering devices and maneuverability

  • Stability, seakeeping and safety of navigation

  • Hydrodynamics and aerodynamics in offshore technology

  • Interaction with environment

Important dates:

  • Abstract submission: Mar. 19th, 2017

  • Acceptance of abstracts: Apr. 3rd, 2017

  • Delivery of final paper: May 15th, 2017

  • Acceptance of final paper: May 29th, 2017

  • Early registration: May 29th, 2017

  • Registration deadline: June 27th, 2017

Organised by:

Ship Design and Research Centre S.A.

in co-operation with:

  • Gdańsk University of Technology,

  • Wrocław University of Technology,

  • The Foundation for Safety of Navigation and Environment Protection,

  • Maritime Academy in Gdynia,

  • Maritime Academy in Szczecin.


Gdańsk, POLAND

Local Organizing Committee

  • Dr. Leszek Wilczyński -Chairman,

  • Dr. Tomasz Bugalski - Scientific Secretary,

  • Przemysław Król,

  • Katarzyna Wasiniewska -Krupa.


Registration fee:


Extended Symposium Topics:

  • Open or ducted propellers

  • Podded propellers and thrusters

  • Water-jets

  • Unconventional propulsors (CRP, stator/rotor, surface piercing propellers, tip loaded, rim driven,...)

  • Energy saving devices and methods in ship hydromechanics

  • Ocean current or tidal turbines

  • Propeller/hull/rudder interaction

  • Propeller design

  • Modeling of cavitation

  • Noise and vibration

  • Propeller and rudder cavitation and erosion

  • Numerical methods in propulsion (VLM, BEM, RANS, Hybrid, LES, DES, DNS)

  • Experimental techniques

  • Full-scale measurements

  • Propulsion at off-design and crash-back conditions

  • Dynamic positioning

  • Propulsor-ice interaction

  • Propulsion in seaways

  • Shallow water



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