1st Edition

Advanced Ship Design for Pollution Prevention

Edited By Carlos Guedes Soares, Joško Parunov Copyright 2010
    332 Pages
    by CRC Press

    320 Pages
    by CRC Press

    Advanced Ship Design for Pollution Prevention is a collection of papers reflecting the teaching materials for a Master of Naval Architecture course developed in the European ASDEPP (Advanced Ship Design for Pollution Prevention) project. The project was financed by the European Commission within the TEMPUS program.

    The topics covered in the book include:

    * modelling of the environment and environmental loads

    * ship structural reliability and strength

    * fatigue reliability and rational inspection planning;

    * collision and grounding as criteria in design of ship structures

    * probabilistic approach to damage stability

    Advanced Ship Design for Pollution Prevention shows recent trends and developments in Naval Architecture. It is a valuable reference source for PhD students, academics, engineers and professionals involved in design and maintenance of ships and marine structures.

    Modeling of the environment and environmental loads Global structural loads induced by extreme waves on ships; N. Fonseca & C. Guedes Soares

    Safety of ice-strengthened shell structures of ships navigating in the Baltic Sea; P. Kujala

    Some aspects of quasi static hydro structure interactions in seakeeping; F.X. Sireta, Š. Malenica F. Bigot, Q. Derbanne, V. Hsu & X.B. Chen

    Application of an advanced beam theory to ship hydroelastic analysis; I. Senjanović, S. Tomašević, N. Vladimir, M. Tomić & Š. Malenica

    Methods for estimating parametric rolling; A. Turk, J. Prpić-Oršić, S. Ribeiro e Silva & C. Guedes Soares

    Effect of water depth and forward speed on ship dynamic behavior in waves; I. Kolacio, C. Guedes Soares & J. Prpić-Oršić

    Comparison of various classification societies requirements regarding bow area subject to wave impact loads; D. Bajič & J. Prpić-Oršić

    Dynamic analysis of structures partially submerged in water; D. Sedlar, Ž. Lozina & D. Vučina

    Ship Structural Reliability With Respect to Ultimate Strength

    Reliability assessment of intact and damaged ship structures; A.P. Teixeira & C. Guedes Soares

    Improving the ultimate strength of ship hull; K. Žiha, J. Parunov, M. Ćorak & B. Tušek

    Extended IACS incremental-iterative method for calculation of hull girder ultimate strength in analysis and design; S. Kitarović, J. Andrić & V. Žanić

    Performance of the Common Structural Rules design formulations for the ultimate strength of uniaxially loaded plates and stiffened panels; M. Ćorak, J. Parunov, A.P. Teixeira & C. Guedes Soares

    Bending and torsion of stiffeners with L sections under the plate normal pressure; R. Pavazza, F. Vlak & M. Vukasović

    Fatigue Reliability and Rational Inspection Planning

    Risk based maintenance of deteriorated ship structures accounting for historical data; Y. Garbatov & C. Guedes Soares

    Hull girder fatigue strength of corroding oil tanker; J. Parunov, K. Žiha, P. Mage & P. Jurišić

    Fatigue crack propagation in stiffened panels under tension loading; Ž. Božić, J. Parunov & M. Fadljević

    High cycle and low cycle fatigue in ship structures; S. Rudan

    Design optimization and product reliability—responsibility of designers and producers; V. Grubišić & N. Vulić

    Maritime component reliability assessment and maintenance using Bayesian framework and generic data; J. Barle, D. Ban & M. Ladan

    Collision and Grounding as Criteria in Design of Ship Structures

    Ship collision as criteria in ship design; P. Varsta, S. Ehlers, K. Tabri & A. Klanac

    Autonomous guidance and navigation based on the COLREGs rules and regulations of collision avoidance; L.P. Perera, J.P. Carvalho & C. Guedes Soares

    Oil spill incidents in Portuguese waters; J.A.V. Gouveia & C. Guedes Soares

    Probabilistic Approach to Damage Stability

    Probabilistic approach to damage stability; T.A. Santos & C. Guedes Soares

    Aircraft carrier stability in damaged condition; V. Slapničar & B. Ukas

    The effect of L/B and B/T variation on subdivision indexes; I. Munić, V. Slapničar & V. Stupalo

    Vibration & Measurements

    Evaluation of propeller-hull interaction in early stage of ship design; R. Grubišić

    Investigation of propulsion system torsional vibration resonance of a catamaran vessel in service; A. Šestan, B. Ljubenkov & N. Vladimir

    Active vibration control using PI regulated electro-dynamic actuator—bond graph approach; I. Tomac, I. Pehnec & Ž. Lozina

    Measurements for reliability of ship production and operation interaction; B. Ljubenkov, T. Zaplatić, K. Žiha & F. Bosančić

    Ship Design

    AFRAMAX tanker Baltic Ice class—power determination doubts; D. Bezinović

    Conceptual changes in the CRS classification and Croatian statutory technical rules; N. Vulić & A. Vidjak

    Ship geometry modeling using radial basis functions interpolation methods; D. Ban, B. Blagojević & J. Barle

    Author Index


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