Recent Advances in Marine Hydrodynamics
Marine hydrodynamics is fundamental to marine, coastal, and offshore engineering, and covers a wide range of topics related to wave interactions with ships, maritime structures, and the ocean environment. In recent years, due to climate change and energy security concerns, the subject of marine hydrodynamics has grown in importance, being widely applied in the fields of offshore renewable energy, marine aquaculture, polar engineering, coastal protection, shipping, and more. This special topic focuses on recent advances in the theoretical, computational, and experimental contributions to all aspects of marine hydrodynamics.
Guest Editors: Siming Zheng, Deborah Greaves, Alistair Borthwick, Michael H. Meylan, Jun Zang, Maurizio Brocchini, and Hui Liang