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P1966-4

The use of porphyridium aerugnieum as a scaling aid in towing tanks

Hoyt, J.W., 1966

U.S.Naval Ordanace Test Station, Pasadena, California, USA, 11th International Towing Tank Conference, ITTC’66, Tokyo, Japan, Subject Resistance, pp. 90-91. Paper: P1966-4 Proceedings.

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P1966-4

The effect of algal contaminants on frictional resistance.

Hoyt, J.W., 1966

U.S.Naval Ordanace Test Station, Pasadena, California, USA, Proceedings of the 11th International Towing Tank Conference, ITTC’66, Tokyo, Japan, Subject Resistance, pp. 88-90. Paper: P1966-4 Proceedings.

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P1966-4

Effect of high-polymer solutions on a cavitating body.

Hoyt, J.W., 1966

U.S.Naval Ordanace Test Station, Pasadena, California, USA, Proceedings of the 11th International Towing Tank Conference, ITTC’66, Tokyo, Japan, Subject Cavitation, pp. 233-234. Paper: P1966-4 Proceedings.

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P1966-4

Wall effect on ITTC Standard Head Shape Pressure Coefficients.

Hoyt, J.W., 1966

U.S.Naval Ordanace Test Station, Pasadena, California, USA, Proceedings of the 11th International Towing Tank Conference, ITTC’66, Tokyo, Japan, Subject Cavitation, pp. 257-259. Paper: P1966-4 Proceedings.

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P1969-8

An examination of some towing tank algae.

Hoyt, J.W., 1969

Naval Undersea Research and Development Center, Pasadena, California, USA, Proceedings of the 12th International Towing Tank Conference, ITTC’69, Rome, Italia, Subject Viscous Resistance, pp. 130-131, Paper: P1969-8 Proceedings.

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The influence of natural polymers on fluid friction and cavitation.

Hoyt, J.W., 1967

U.S.Naval Ordanace Test Station, Pasadena, California, USA, The Norwegian Ship Model Experiment Tank, Symposium on Testing Techniques in Ship Cavitation Research, University of Trondheim, Norway

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