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PhD Theses

Posted on August 7th, 2013

University of Iowa theses are available for loan to other institutions and libraries through Interlibrary Loan (ILL). The ILL email address is lib-ill@uiowa.edu. 2013 A. Hanaoka, “An Overset Grid Method Coupling an Orthogonal Curvilinear Grid Solver and a Cartesian Grid Solver,” May 2013. T. Michael, “Development and Validation of a Sharp Interface Cavitation Model,” May […]

Master’s Theses

Posted on August 7th, 2013

University of Iowa theses are available for loan to other institutions and libraries through Interlibrary Loan (ILL).  The ILL e-mail address is lib-ill@uiowa.edu. 2013 T. Dogan, “URANS and DES for Delft Catamaran for Static Drift Conditions in Deep Water,” May 2013. 2011 S. Cook, “Effects of Headwinds on Towing Tank Resistance and PMM Tests for ONR […]

People

Posted on August 2nd, 2013

IIHR has a long and illustrious history of ship hydrodynamics research, which began in earnest in 1954 when Lou Landweber came to the institute from his leadership role at the David Taylor Model Basin. According to an account in Flowing Through Time: A History of the Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research, by Cornelia F. Mutel, […]

Stem to Stern: Revolutionizing Ship Hydrodynamics

Posted on August 1st, 2013

For 17-year-old Fred Stern, the future looked bright from the deck of a sailboat racing across the waters of Lake Ontario. The young man from Syracuse, N.Y., took advantage of his home’s close proximity to the Great Lakes to spend every moment he could sailing. With a small push from his father, Stern channeled his […]

Journal Articles (rigorous review)

Posted on March 16th, 2012

2015 He, W.; Castiglione, T.; Kandasamy, M.; and Stern, F., “Numerical analysis of the interference effects on resistance, sinkage and trim of a fast catamaran,” Journal of Marine Science and Technology, 20, 2, pp. 292-308, June 2015. Stern, F.; Wang, Z.; Yang, J.; Sadat-Hosseini, H.; Mousaviraad, M.; Bhushan, S.; Diez, M.; Yoon, S.H.; Wu, P.C.; […]

EFD Data

Posted on March 15th, 2012

Validation Data The IIHR ship hydro team has completed many experimental studies in the IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering towing tank. At left are links to individual pages that provide a description of the experiment, references, and archived datasets. A brief table of experimental conditions is also included; however, usually one or more of the references can […]

CFD Code

Posted on March 15th, 2012

CFDShip-Iowa CFDShip-Iowa is general-purpose computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation software developed at the University of Iowa’s IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering. CFDShip-Iowa represents, in part, deliverables for sponsored research funding from the Office of Naval Research. CFDShip-Iowa has been a leading ship hydrodynamics CFD code for more than 20 years. The code has been verified and validated for […]

Projects

Posted on March 15th, 2012

Use of CFD for Improving System-based Methods for Maneuvering and Stability in Regular and Irregular Arbitrary Heading Waves, Including CFD-based System Identification Sponsor: U.S. Department of Defense, ONR Dates: 4/2014–5/2017 CFDShip-Iowa Code Development, Fluid-structure Interaction, and V&V for Semi-planing and Deep-V Planing Hulls Sponsor: U.S. Department of Defense, ONR Dates: 4/2014–3/2017 Stochastic SBD for Reduction […]

Welcome

Posted on March 13th, 2012

Since 1948, IIHR has been an important player in enhancing U.S. naval ship performance through front-line research in hydrodynamics. IIHR’s unique combination of resources, facilities, and top researchers promises an ongoing leading role for the University of Iowa in naval ship hydrodynamics. IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering at the University of Iowa is leading a revolution in […]