## Fourteenth Symposium, Naval Hydrodynamics: Propeller-related Problems Cavitation, Nonlinear Free-surface Problems, Viscous Fluid Problems, Volume 2 |

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amplitude angle of attack approximation aspect ratio axial axisymmetric blade loads body of revolution boundary conditions boundary layer suction calculated results calm water camber cavity length cavity volume coefficient components computed convergence coordinate damping discrete vortex downstream effect elements equation experimental experiments field point flat plate flow field fluid force free shear layer free surface frequency harmonic hull pitching Hydrodynamics hydrofoil iteration Kutta condition lattice leading edge linear loads per revolution maximum mbar measured method Naval Hydrodynamics normal obtained parabolic plane potential flow predicted present pressure distribution pressure gradient problem procedure propeller blade quasi-steady radial region Reynolds number Reynolds stresses separation line shear stresses ship motions Ship Research shown in Figure solution SSPA steady streamline theory thick boundary layers thin three-dimensional time-average loads tion transducers turbulence two-dimensional unsteady calculation unsteady cavity values variation velocity potential velocity profiles viscous vortex shedding vorticity wake wave