Yacht testing at the Australian Maritime College
Binns, JR and Brandner, PA (2003) Yacht testing at the Australian Maritime College. In: RINA Modern Yacht Symposium, 17th-18th September 2003, University of Southampton, UK.
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The absence of an Australian challenge in the last two
America's Cup has meant that yacht research within
Australia has had to scale down. Despite this the
strength and importance of the sailing industry has
helped to keep yacht testing advancing at the Australian
Maritime College (AMC). The project "Investigation
into Re-Righting Tendencies of Modern Sailing Yachts"
is one project which is now producing spin-offs for the
entire field of sailing yacht research.
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|Additional Information:||© 2003: The Royal Institution of Naval Architects
Sailing yacht research at the Australian Maritime College (AMC) has continued primarily through the project "Investigation into Re-
Righting Tendencies of Modern Sailing Yachts". This paper describes the direction of this project, some of the methods being used
and some results.|
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|Deposited On:||04 Jun 2008 12:40|
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