Estimation of the erosion caused by a ship's propeller using artificial neural networks

Gerard Hamill, Donal Ryan

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LanguageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2003
EventCoasts and Ports Australasian Conference 2003 - Auckland, New Zealand
Duration: 01 Jan 200301 Jan 2003

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ConferenceCoasts and Ports Australasian Conference 2003
CountryNew Zealand
CityAuckland
Period01/01/200301/01/2003

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Hamill, G., & Ryan, D. (2003). Estimation of the erosion caused by a ship's propeller using artificial neural networks. Paper presented at Coasts and Ports Australasian Conference 2003, Auckland, New Zealand.
Hamill, Gerard ; Ryan, Donal. / Estimation of the erosion caused by a ship's propeller using artificial neural networks. Paper presented at Coasts and Ports Australasian Conference 2003, Auckland, New Zealand.
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Hamill, G & Ryan, D 2003, 'Estimation of the erosion caused by a ship's propeller using artificial neural networks' Paper presented at Coasts and Ports Australasian Conference 2003, Auckland, New Zealand, 01/01/2003 - 01/01/2003, .

Estimation of the erosion caused by a ship's propeller using artificial neural networks. / Hamill, Gerard; Ryan, Donal.

2003. Paper presented at Coasts and Ports Australasian Conference 2003, Auckland, New Zealand.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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