A Study on the Application of Sensitivity Analysis for Ship Hydrodynamic Coefficients
Keywords:Sensitivity Analysis, Hydrodynamic Coefficients, Ship Manoeuvring Simulation, Ship Manoeuvring Optimization.
In the mathematical model with multiple input variables, the sensitivity analysis of the input variables is an important step to ensure the reliability of the mathematical model. In order to optimize the ship manoeuvring simulation, in particular the optimization of the trajectory ship, the sensitivity analysis should be performed in the mathematical model to select the group of the most sensitive hydrodynamic coefficients. In this paper, the author applied the sensitivity analysis method in mathematics model of ship manoeuvring programming in order to optimize the ship trajectory of Esso Bernicia 193000DWT tanker model.
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