Ship Handling In Restricted Waters: Bank Effects

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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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Found on YouTube. Created by
"ISSIMS GmbH - Marine Prediction Technology"

SAMMON Lecturing Video describing

"Theory behind turning dynamics of ships"

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Comment by Gunter Schütze via LinkedIn:
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