ANSEA (ANimated SEAkeeping)
Seakeeping simulation is performed using pre-calculated frequency domain RAOs. Ship responses is calculated for the selected sea-state and wave spectrum (Black / Mediterranean / Aegean Sea) in a long crested manner (I will change it to short crested or make it long/short optional).
Maneuvering simulation is performed only using interpolated values of tactical diameter wrt rudder angle and ship. Actually this is not a complete Maneuvering Model. This is just a beginning for a future Maneuvering study.
I am still working on the wave. The wave model is Hydrax Version 0.5.1 (Great Work of Xavier Verguín González). I use ProjectedGrid and FFT noise (Phillips Spectrum) options of Hydrax. I try to write my own noise module to change the wave elevetion wrt the selected sea-state and wave spectrum (Black / Mediterranean / Aegean Sea) in a long/short crested manner
NOTE : The ship mesh is from: https://code.google.com/p/outbound/sour
The ship model does not have an underwater portion of the hull. I will fix this or find another model.
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