Sloshing in a rotating liquid inside a closed sea cage for fish farming
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Sloshing in a sea cage with a slowly rotating liquid is investigated. The cage is axisymmetric, and the liquid is subjected to a nearly uniform angular velocity about the vertical axis of the cage. Both experimental and theoretical investigations are presented. It is shown that rotation modifies the sloshing regimes of a non-rotating liquid by splitting the natural frequencies. Therefore, resonant sloshing regimes can be manipulated by varying the rotation rate of the liquid.