Istrazivanja i projektovanja za privreduJournal of Applied Engineering Science


DOI: 10.5937/jaes16-18506
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Volume 16 article 558 pages: 494 - 502
Aulia Windyandari
Diponegoro University, Indonesia

Gunawan Dwi Haryadi
Diponegoro University, Indonesia

Suharto Suharto
Diponegoro University, Indonesia

In the North Coastal Region of Central Java, the traditional fishing boat is a primary object that generates the economics activities of the social community. As an artisan fishery, the boats generally adopt the tradition to build technique from their predecessor. Therefore the lack of practice to determine the propeller design which considered the hydrodynamic relation within the boat dimension, hull form geometry and propeller is observed. Presently, there is no a standard propeller design that particularly well designed considering the hull shape geometry for the traditional boat. The aim of the research is to identify the propeller that would be applied to the fishing boats typically found in the North Coastal Region of Central Java using B-Series marine propeller. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis for assessing the performance of thrust and torque of the developed propeller was performed.

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