Ns345 W6D2 Ship Interactions and Bank Effects
published on 13 October 2020 (on YouTube: on 7 October 2020) - 16
Found on YouTube. Created by "Sam Teel".
Shiphandling discussion about meeting and overtaking situations in a close quarters situation where hydrodynamic effects will come into play between ships. The lecture continues and discusses Bank Effect.
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