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In this study, the Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes (RANS) method and a model experimental test in a towing tank are used to investigate the unsteady hydrodynamic performance of L-type podded propulsion under different oblique flow angles and advance coefficients. The results show that the load of the operative propeller increases with oblique flow angle and the bracket adds resistance to the pod due to the impact of water flow, leading to a reduced propeller thrust coefficient with increaseddoi:10.3390/jmse7020051 fatcat:lunjjuxawzdb3bigurd26r6qzy