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Sueyoshi Makoto Last modified date:2019.06.24

Assistant Professor / Division of Renewable Energy Dynamics / Research Institute for Applied Mechanics


Papers
1. Hongzhong Zhu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Changhong Hu, Shigeo Yoshida, A study on a floating type shrouded wind turbine
Design, modeling and analysis, Renewable Energy, 10.1016/j.renene.2018.09.028, 1099-1113, 2019.04, This paper addresses a fundamental study of a floating type shrouded wind turbine on the design, mathematical model and motion analysis. Several novel concepts are introduced to the system for cost reduction: a revolute hinge is applied between the tower and the nacelle to maintain the orientation of the nacelle even in a large tower inclination, a swashplate mechanism with cyclic control is employed for blade pitch regulation to improve the system controllability, a novel mooring system with a slewing bearing is utilized to build the passive yawing system, and an advanced spar-type floater is used to obtain high restoring performance with a short spar. Firstly, the design aspects of the main components of the system are given. Then, the numerical model including the structural model, hydrodynamic/aerodynamic model, and the control system is presented. The static and dynamic responses under both the operational situation and survival conditions are finally studied. The paper illustrates the probability of the shrouded wind turbine on floating offshore application, and can provide critical information for the optimization design in next stage..
2. Mohamed M. Kamra, Jabir Al Salami, Sueyoshi Makoto, Changhong Hu, Experimental study of the interaction of dambreak with a vertical cylinder, Journal of Fluids and Structures, 10.1016/j.jfluidstructs.2019.01.015, 86, 185-199, 2019.04, The aim of this research has been to conduct experimental measurements of the dam break impact on a vertical cylinder placed over a dry horizontal bed. The work aims to emphasize the effect of cylinder cross-section on the nature of impact as well as provide accurate and comprehensive data for the validation of computational fluid dynamics(CFD) codes. The experimental setup is based on a series of experiments conducted in the Research Institute for Applied Mechanics (RIAM) between the years 2010 and 2017. The gate motion is thoroughly studied and a novel gate motion formula is proposed based on the recent experimental data. The effect of gate obstruction on the time of impact with the cylindrical obstacle is presented and correlated to the parameters of the proposed motion profile thus emphasizing its significance in the numerical modeling of dam break flow. The effect of the cross-section of the cylinder is studied by examining the pressure signal on the cylinder as well as the vertical wall downstream of the cylinder. The pressure on the wall is compared with the no-obstacle case to highlight its effect on the pressure of the downstream conditions. The square cylinder is found to experience fairly similar pressure impulse as the circular cylinder. However, the square cylinder seems to impede the flow momentum in the x-direction more than the circular case. The data-set presented in this article is provided as Supplementary Materials including gate motion measurement, pressure measurements, and high-resolution videos..
3. Yingyi Liu, Shigeo Yoshida, Changhong Hu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Liang Sun, Junliang Gao, Peiwen Cong, Guanghua He, A reliable open-source package for performance evaluation of floating renewable energy systems in coastal and offshore regions, Energy Conversion and Management, 10.1016/j.enconman.2018.08.012, 174, 516-536, 2018.10, The booming developments of coastal/offshore renewable energies in recent years call for a powerful numerical code, ideally open-source packaged, to accelerate the researches in the spotlight. This paper presents such an efficient software package for evaluating the performance of floating renewable energy systems in the coastal and offshore regions. It aims to contribute an open-source effort in numerical simulations for ocean energy converters. Though computation of the free-surface effect in moderate depth region is extremely troublesome due to the singularities, the software package proposed in the present paper gives a satisfactory solution to keep the balance of accuracy and efficiency. In the present paper, the interface and structure of the package are introduced in detail so as to be well understood by the reader. Benchmark tests for various types of converters have confirmed the accuracy and efficiency of the package which can be incorporated easily with a frequency domain solver for efficient analysis. By contributing as one of the pioneer works in the open-source effort of evaluating the moderate-depth free-surface Green's function, with its advantages of a reliable accuracy and a relatively low cost, the authors are hoping that the publication of the present software package will promote the continuous researches in developing robust and reliable coastal and offshore renewable energy systems..
4. Mohamed M. Kamra, Nik Mohd, Cheng Liu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Changhong Hu, Numerical and experimental investigation of three-dimensionality in the dam-break flow against a vertical wall, Journal of Hydrodynamics, 10.1007/s42241-018-0074-x, 30, 4, 682-693, 2018.08, The three-dimensionality extent of the dam break flow over a vertical wall is investigated numerically and experimentally in this paper. The numerical method is based on Reynolds averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) equation that describes the three-dimensional incompressible turbulent flow. The free surface is captured by using the unstructured multi-dimensional interface capturing (UMTHINC) scheme. The equations are discretized on 2-D and 3-D unstructured grids using finite volume method. The numerical simulations are compared with newly conducted experiment with emphasis on the effect of three-dimensionality on both free surface and impact pressure. The comparison between the numerical and experimental results shows good agreement. Furthermore, the results also show that 3-D motion of the flow originates at the moment of impact at the lower corners of the impact wall and propagates to the inner region as time advances. The origin of the three-dimensionality is found to be the turbulence development as well as the relative velocity between the side wall region and the inner region of the wave front at the moment of impact..
5. Hongzhong Zhu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Changhong Hu, Shigeo Yoshida, Modelling and attitude control of a shrouded floating offshore wind turbine with hinged structure in extreme conditions, 6th IEEE International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Applications, ICRERA 2017 2017 6th International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Applications, ICRERA 2017, 10.1109/DISTRA.2017.8191162, 2017-January, 762-767, 2017.12, This paper addresses the modeling and attitude control of a novel shrouded floating wind turbine with hinged structure in harsh environmental conditions. Firstly, SimMechanics™ is applied to model the mechanical components of the wind turbine system. Secondly, the wave- and wind- loads acting on the system are respectively calculated based on Morison's equation and blade element momentum theory. Controllers of the elevator and the rudder located at the upwind side are designed based on linearized models to enhance the stability of the system. Numerical examples with three extreme weather conditions are finally performed to verify the effectiveness of the controllers. The results demonstrate that the pitching motion of the nacelle can be regulated to be within 3 degrees in the examples. In addition, the wind turbine could yaw itself stably toward the wind direction..
6. Hirotada Hashimoto, Kouki Kawamura, Sueyoshi Makoto, A numerical simulation method for transient behavior of damaged ships associated with flooding, Ocean Engineering, 10.1016/j.oceaneng.2017.08.006, 143, 282-294, 2017.10, In order to secure the survivability of damaged ships in flooding situations, time-domain simulation is necessary for the quantitative safety assessment, which can predict ship's transient behavior associated with flooding. A numerical simulation method for damaged ships, solving equations of motion with hydrodynamic forces estimated by the semi-implicit MPS (Moving Particle Simulation) for damaged parts and by the potential flow theory for intact parts, has been proposed by the authors (Hashimoto et al., 2013). The validity of the proposed method was demonstrated through comparisons with model experiments in 2-D flooding situations. However it is difficult to apply this simulation method directly to realistic flooding situations because number of particles increases tremendously in 3-D MPS simulation. In this research, the semi-implicit MPS is replaced with the explicit MPS to reduce the CPU cost. In addition, GPGPU (General Purpose computing on Graphics Processing Units) technology is introduced to accelerate the MPS simulation, in which parallel computing runs on GPUs instead of CPUs, so that sufficient number of particles can be used to perform complicated 3-D flooding simulations. In order to validate the developed simulation method, dedicated model experiments are newly conducted. One is a forced roll test for a flooded car-deck compartment and the other is a ship flooding test using a PCTC (Pure Car and Truck Carrier) model. Through comparisons between the model experiment and the numerical simulation, it is well demonstrated that the explicit MPS has good ability to simulate complicated floodwater flows in the car-deck compartment and the developed simulation method can well reproduce ship's transient behavior associated with water flooding..
7. Nik Mohd, Mohamed M. Kamra, Sueyoshi Makoto, Changhong Hu, Lattice boltzmann method for free surface impacting on vertical cylinder
A comparison with experimental data, Evergreen, 4, 2-3, 28-37, 2017.09, The purpose of the present research is to study three-dimensional lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) simulation on free surface impact phenomena with the validation on a newly performed dam breaking experiment. Large eddy simulation (LES) is implemented in the LBM to enhance the computational efficiency and to relax the restriction of the computational stability. The LBM method involves a surface-tracking technique with free surface algorithm. In this study, the present numerical simulation is validated by comparing wave front propagation and water level elevation with the experimental measurements. A three dimensional numerical simulation on dam breaking with vertical cylinder obstacles are performed and qualitative comparison with the experimental measurement has been made. Good qualitative agreement between numerical simulations and the experiments has been obtained in terms of free surface development, splash pattern and splash distance. For the square cross section cylinder, the water impacts on the cylinder violently and the flow is directed to the sides of the tank. For the circular cross section cylinder, the water flows smoothly around the cylinder and impacts tank wall violently. The results show that the free surface lattice Boltzmann method is efficient for dealing with complex geometrical problems..
8. Yingyi Liu, Changhong Hu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Hidetsugu Iwashita, Masashi Kashiwagi, Erratum to
Motion response prediction by hybrid panel-stick models for a semi-submersible with bracings (Journal of Marine Science and Technology, (2016), 21, 4, (742-757), 10.1007/s00773-016-0390-1), Journal of Marine Science and Technology (Japan), 10.1007/s00773-016-0427-5, 22, 2, 401-402, 2017.06, In the original publication of this paper, Fig. 4 was incorrectly published. The corrected version is given in this erratum. (Figure Presented.)..
9. Nik Mohd, Mohamed M. Kamra, Sueyoshi Makoto, Changhong Hu, Three-dimensional free surface flows modeled by lattice boltzmann method
A comparison with experimental data, Evergreen, 4, 1, 29-35, 2017.01, Three-dimensional numerical simulations of strongly nonlinear free surface flows are performed by lattice Boltzmann method (LBM), which features a number of performance-related advantages, particularly concerning data locality and parallel computing. A Multi-Passage-Interface (MPI) multicore processors parallelized free surface LBM solver is applied for the present three-dimensional numerical simulations. A Smagorinsky LES turbulent model serves to capture the small-scale turbulent structures of the flow. Experiments on dam breaking from previous articles are used to compare and verify two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) LBM model. A new experimental setup is also developed in order to observe the three-dimensionality effect. The findings demonstrated that the free surface LBM simulation agrees well with the experiments..
10. Yingyi Liu, Changhong Hu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Hidetsugu Iwashita, Masashi Kashiwagi, Motion response prediction by hybrid panel-stick models for a semi-submersible with bracings, Journal of Marine Science and Technology, 10.1007/s00773-016-0390-1, 21, 4, 742-757, 2016.12, A diffraction-radiation analysis is usually required when the hydrodynamic interactions between structural members occur in short waves. For bracings or small cylindrical members, which play important roles in the vicinity of the natural frequency of a floating platform, special care should be taken into account for the effect of viscous damping. Two hybrid panel-stick models are, therefore, developed, through the combination of the standard diffraction-radiation method and the Morison’s formulae, considering the effect of small members differently. The fluid velocity is obtained directly by the panel model. The viscous fluid force is calculated for individual members by the stick model. A semi-submersible type platform with a number of fine cylindrical structures, which is designed as a floating foundation for multiple wind turbines, is analyzed as a numerical example. The results show that viscous force has significant influence on the hydrodynamic behavior of the floating body and can successfully be considered by the proposed hybrid models..
11. Hirotada Hashimoto, Kouki Kawamura, Sueyoshi Makoto, Numerical Simulation of Ship Transient Behavior Coupled with Water Flooding, Proceedings of the 25th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, 1251-1258, 2015.06.
12. LIU YINGYI, Changhong Hu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Hidetsugu Iwashita, Hydrodynamic Analysis of a Semi-Submersible FOWT by Hybrid Panel-Stick Models, The Twenty-fifth International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, 1, 340-345, 2015.06, A diffraction-radiation analysis is usually required when the hydrodynamic interactions between structural members occur in short waves. For bracings or small cylinder members, which play important roles in the vicinity of the natural frequency of a float.
13. Kangping Liao, Changhong Hu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Free surface flow impacting on an elastic structure
Experiment versus numerical simulation, Applied Ocean Research, 10.1016/j.apor.2015.02.002, 50, 192-208, 2015.03, The purpose of this study is to investigate the phenomenon of free surface flow impacting on elastic structures, which is a research topic of great interest in ship and ocean engineering. A series of quasi two-dimensional experiments on dam-break with an elastic plate are conducted. The main features of free surface flow impacting on elastic structures including large impacting force, structural vibration, violent free surface flow, are investigated. The coupled FDM-FEM method developed by the authors is applied for numerical simulation of such dam-break problem. Extensive analysis and discussion based on the comparisons between experimental data and numerical results are made and presented in this paper..
14. Yingyi Liu, Changhong Hu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Hidetsugu Iwashita, Hydrodynamic analysis of a semi-submersible FOWT by hybrid panel-stick models, 25th International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, ISOPE 2015 Proceedings of the 25th International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, ISOPE 2015, 2015-January, 340-345, 2015.01, A diffraction-radiation analysis is usually required when the hydrodynamic interactions between structural members occur in short waves. For bracings or small cylinder members, which play important roles in the vicinity of the natural frequency of a floating platform, special care should be taken into account for the effect of viscous damping. Two hybrid panel-stick models are therefore developed, through the combination of the standard diffraction-radiation method and the Morison's formulae, while considering the effect of small members differently. The fluid velocity is obtained directly by the panel model. The viscous fluid force is calculated for individual members by the stick model. A semi-submersible type platform with a number of fine cylindrical structures, which is designed as a floating foundation for multiple wind turbines, is analysed as a numerical example. The results show that viscous force has large influence on the behaviour of the floating body and can successfully be considered by the proposed hybrid models..
15. Hirotada Hashimoto, Kouki Kawamura, Sueyoshi Makoto, Numerical simulation of ship transient behavior coupled with water flooding, 25th International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, ISOPE 2015 Proceedings of the 25th International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, ISOPE 2015, 2015-January, 1251-1258, 2015.01, In order to secure the survivability of damaged ships under flooding condition, a numerical simulation method was developed by the authors. This method solves equations of ship motion with hydrodynamic forces estimated by the MPS method for damaged parts and by the potential flow theory for intact parts. In this paper, an explicit MPS method is introduced instead of the original semi-implicit MPS method to reduce CPU costs. In order to validate the developed method, model experiments are conducted for a pure car carrier with a damage opening to measure transient motions during flooding, and are compared with numerical results..
16. Hirotada Hashimoto, Nagisa Kawakami, Sueyoshi Makoto, David Le Touzé, Forced roll simulation of a flooded compartment of PCTC using MPS method, The Japan Societey of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineering, 18, 223-226, 2014.05.
17. David Le Touzé, Osaka University, Nicolas Grenier, Sueyoshi Makoto, Comparisons of MPS and SPH methods:Forced Roll Test of a Two-dimensional Damaged Car Deck, the 29th Intl Workshop on Water Waves and Floating Bodies , 129-132, 2014.03, [URL].
18. Changhong Hu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Cheng Liu, Yingyi Liu, Hydrodynamic analysis of a semi-submersible type floating wind turbine, 11th (2014) Pacific/Asia Offshore Mechanics Symposium, PACOMS 2014 Proceedings of the 11th (2014) Pacific/Asia Offshore Mechanics Symposium, PACOMS 2014, 1-6, 2014.01, Hydrodynamic analysis of a moored semi-submersible type offshore wind platform has been carried out. Three methods are used in this study. The first method is the wave tank experiment with a 1/50 scale model which is carried out in the towing tank of RIAM, Kyushu University. Wind is not considered in the experiment and the mooring system is approximated by a spring system. The second method is the CFD simulation, which is performed by using our in-house research code RIAM-CMEN. This code is a based on a multi-phase Navier-Stokes solver for prediction of strongly nonlinear wave and wind loads on a floating body in rough sea conditions. The third method is a potential flow based numerical model, in which hydrodynamic loads on the floater are solved by the potential flow theory, the mooring lines by the catenary theory, and the aerodynamic loads on the wind turbine by the blade element momentum theory. This method is used as a practical analysis tool for parametric study. In this paper, numerical results are compared to the experimental data and discussions on these analysis methods are presented..
19. Changhong Hu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Cheng Liu, Yingyi Liu, Hydrodynamic analysis of a semi-submersible-type floating wind turbine, Journal of Ocean and Wind Energy, 1, 4, 202-208, 2014.01, A hydrodynamic analysis of a moored semi-submersible type floating wind platform has been carried out. Three methods are used in this study. The first method is the physical experiment that is carried out in the towing tank at the Research Institute for Applied Mechanics (RIAM), in which a movable seafloor frame to fix mooring lines and a wind generator are newly installed. The second method is the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation using our in-house research code RIAM-CMEN, which is used to predict strongly nonlinear wave and wind loads on the floating body in rough sea conditions. The third method is the potential flow-based numerical model, which is used as a practical analysis tool for parametric study. In this paper, the three methods are described and the accuracy of the two numerical methods to predict wave-body interactions is checked by comparison with the experiment..
20. Yingyi Liu, Changhong Hu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Shigeo Yoshida, Yuichiro Honda, Yuji Ohya, Time domain simulation of a semi-submersible type floating wind turbine, 24th International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, ISOPE 2014 Busan Proceedings of the 24th International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, ISOPE Busan, 288-293, 2014.01, In this paper, a potential flow based numerical model is proposed for analysis of dynamic response of an offshore floating wind turbine system, with the consideration of hydrodynamic loads on the floating platform by the potential theory, the mooring lines by the catenary theory, and the aerodynamic loads on the wind turbine by the blade element momentum (BEM) theory. A semi-submersible type floating wind turbine which is being developed in Kyushu University is analyzed by the proposed numerical model..
21. Changhong Hu, Yusaku Kyozuka, Yuji Ohya, Chen Liu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Numerical and experimental study on a floating platform for offshore renewable energy, ASME 2013 32nd International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering, OMAE 2013 ASME 2013 32nd International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering, OMAE 2013, 10.1115/OMAE2013-11133, 8, 2013.12, This paper presents recent experimental and numerical work on dynamic analysis and load prediction of a floating platform. A new offshore renewable energy platform is designed for the second stage on-sea experiment of Kyushu University. An experiment is carried out in the towing tank with a 1/50 scale model, to verify the hydrodynamic performance of the platform and to prepare a benchmark database for validation of the numerical simulation method. The in-house CFD code, RIAM-CMEN, is extended for numerical simulation of the platform in harsh sea conditions. Numerical simulation is carried out and validated against the experiment..
22. Motions and Mooring Tension of the Offshore Wind Power Platform in Hakata Bay during 16th Typhoon in 2012.
23. Experimental Study of a Triangular Semi-submergible Floating Body for Wind Turbines.
24. Hashimoto, H., Ito, Y., Kawakami, N., Sueyoshi, M., Wave Load Prediction for Structural Analysis of Damaged Ships, Hydroelasticity in Marine Technology, pp.173-182, 2012.09.
25. Hashimoto, H., Ito, Y., Kawakami, N., Sueyoshi, M, Numericla simulation method for coupling of tank fluid and ship roll motions, Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Stability of Ships and Ocean Vehicles, pp. 281-290, 2012.09.
26. Numerical simulation of wave impact pressure acting on bow in head sea
by Hajime Kihara, Makoto Sueyoshi
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27. Hirotada Hashimoto, Tomohiro Sugimoto and Yuto Ito Makoto Sueyoshi, Two-Dimensional Simulations of a Damaged Ship Using the MPS Method, Proceedings of the Twenty-first (2011) International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, Vol.III, pp618-625, 2011.06.
28. Hirotada Hashimoto, Yuto Ito, Tomohiro Sugimoto, Makoto Sueyoshi, Numerical Simulation of Dynamic Coupled Motions of Ship and Tank Liquid, THE 5th ASIA PACIFIC WORKSHOP ON MARINE HYDRODYNAMICS, pp373-378, 2010.07.
29. Tomohiro Sugimoto, Hirotada Hashimoto and Makoto Sueyoshi, Enhancement of Anti-Rolling Tank Performance for Parametric Roll Prevention, THE 5th ASIA PACIFIC WORKSHOP ON MARINE HYDRODYNAMICS, pp89-92, 2010.07.
30. Changhong Hu, Makoto Sueyoshi, Numerical Simulation and Experiment on Dam Break Problem, Journal of Marine Science and Application, 10.1007/s11804-010-9075-z, Vol.9, No.2, 109-114, 2010.06.
31. Changhong Hu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Ryuji Miyake, Tingyao Zhu, COMPUTATION OF FULLY NONLINEAR WAVE LOADS ON A LARGE CONTAINER SHIP BY CIP BASED CARTESIAN GRID METHOD, OMAE2010, OMAE2010-20286, 2010.06, A Cartesian grid method with CIP (Constraint Interpolation
Profile) based flow solver has been developed and applied
to many strongly nonlinear free surface problems. In this paper
we present a research on applying the method to predict
nonlinear wave loads on a container ship, which is advancing at
a constant forward speed in regular waves with large
amplitudes. Numerical computations are carried out on a head
sea case and a bow sea case. The computed frequency response
characteristics for the ship motions and the wave loads
including vertical bending moments on the cross-sections and
hydrodynamic pressures on the hull, are compared to a model
test result and the result obtained by two potential flow based
numerical methods. The nonlinear features of the numerical
results are discussed..
32. Makoto Sueyoshi, Masahiko Nakamura, Hideki Masuda, Motoki Misaka, Numerical Simulation for Floating Fish Cage Systems, Proceedings of the Twentieth (2010) International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, I, pp548-553, Vol.I, pp548-553, 2010.06.
33. Changhong Hu, Sueyoshi Makoto, Masashi Kashiwagi, Numerical Simulation of Strongly Nonlinear Wave-Ship Interaction By CIP-based Cartesian Grid Method, The International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers, 20, 2, 81-87, 2010.06.
34. Makoto SUEYOSHI, Numerical Simulation of Tank Sloshing with Thin Plate Structures by Using a Particle Method, The Proceedings of The Nineteenth (2009) International OFFSHORE AND POLAR ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, Vol. III, pp.303-307, 2009.06.
35. An Estimation of the Anti-Rolling Tank Performance for Parametric Rolling Prevention (2nd report).
36. Makoto Sueyoshi · Masashi Kashiwagi · Shigeru Naito, Numerical simulation of wave-induced nonlinear motions of
a two-dimensional fl oating body by the moving particle
semi-implicit method, Journal of Marine Science and Technology, Vol.13 No.2, pp85–94, 2008.05.
37. M. Sueyoshi, H. Kihara, M. Kashiwagi, Numerical Simulation of Deck Wetness for a 2D Pontoon-type Floating Structure, MTS⁄IEEE KOBE-TECHNO-OCEAN ’08 CD-ROM, Naval Architecture, 2008.04.
38. Masashi Kashiwagi, Changhong Hu and Makoto Sueyoshi, CFD COMPUTATIONS OF STRONGLY NONLINEAR WAVE-BODY INTERACTIONS ON THE FREE SURFACE, The 6th Osaka Colloquium on Seakeeping and Stability of Ships, pp83-92, 2008.03.
39. Makoto Sueyoshi, Hajime Kihara, Masashi Kashiwagi, NUMERICAL SIMULATION USING PARTICLE AND BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHOD FOR HIGHLY NONLINEAR INTERACTION PROBLEMS BETWEEN WAVES AND FLOATING BODY , The 6th Osaka Colloquium on Seakeeping and Stability of Ships, pp93-100, 2008.03.
40. An Estimation of the Anti-Rolling Tank Performance for Parametric Rolling Prevention.
41. Makoto Sueyoshi, hajime Kihara and Masashi Kashiwagi , A Hybrid Technique Using Particle and Boundary-Element Methods for Wave-Body Interaction Problems, Preprints of the Proceedings of the 9th International Conference in Numerical Ship Hydrodynamics, , Vol.1,pp241-252, 2007.08.
42. Makoto SUEYOSHI, Validation of a Numerical Code by a Particle Method for Violent Free Surface Problems, International Journal of Offshore and Polar Engineering, Vol.16, No.4, pp261-267, 2006.12.
43. Changhong Hu, Kishev Zdravko, Masashi Kashiwagi, Makoto Sueyoshi, Odd Faltinsen, Application of CIP Method for Strongly Nonlinear Marine Hydrodynamics, Ship Technology Research, Vol.53, pp74-87, 2006.01.
44. Hajime KIHARA, Shigeru NAITO, Makoto SUEYOSHI, Numerical Analysis of the Influence of Above-Water Bow Form on Added Resistance Using Nonlinear Slender Body Theory, Journal of Ship Research, Vol. 49, No. 3, pp.191-206, 2005.09.
45. An Improvement on Pressure Calculation of MPS Method.
46. 3 Dimensional Simulation of Nonlinear Fluid Problem by Particle Method -Over One Million Particles Parallel Computing on PC Cluster-.
47. Makoto SUEYOSHI, Shigeru NAITO, A Numerical Study of Violent Free Surface Problems with Particle Method for Marine Engineering, THE PROCEEDINGS of The 8th International Conference on Numerical Ship Hydrodynamics, Volume II, pp330-338, 2003.09.
48. Study on Particle Method with Small Size Calculation Domain.
49. A Study of Nonlinear Fluid Phenomena with Particle Method (part1) -Waves and Floating Body Simulation-.
50. Makoto SUEYOSHI, Shigeru NAITO, A Numerical Study of Very Large Motion of Floating Body by Particle Method, Asia Pacific Workshop on Marine Hydrodynamics, pp146-150, 2002.05.
51. A Study of Nonlinear Fluid Phenomena with Particle Method (part1) -Two Dimensional Hydrodynamic Forces-.
52. A Study of Nonlinear Fluid Phenomena with Particle Method (part1) -Two Dimensional Problems-.