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Waterjet Propulsion 4

      3/1/2004

This international conference, to be held at RINA HQ (London, UK) continues the very successful series of RINA events looking at developments in waterjet propulsion. Waterjets are now accepted as a proven technology, particularly for high-speed craft and they are increasing their penetration into the small craft, leisure, workboat and military markets.

Continuing developments now include very large units of 20-30MW capacity and the use of waterjets for high-speed boost propulsion. As the technology matures, designers need better tools to help predict the performance and efficiency of these systems across a wide range of operating conditions. Computational fluid dynamics is an increasingly powerful tool which has become almost universal, but traditional model testing and trials measurements are still required to confirm critical results. Designers and manufactures also continue to seek to optimise the strength and weight of the various mechanical components and to improve reliability, reduce installation time and maintenance.

RINA invites papers on all aspects of waterjet design, production and operation, from designers, researchers and operators.


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