Developments in the Collision and Grounding of Ships and Offshore Structures: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Collision and Grounding of Ships and Offshore Structures (ICCGS 2019), 21-23 October, 2019, Lisbon, Portugal, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Developments in the Collision and Grounding of Ships and Offshore Structures

Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Collision and Grounding of Ships and Offshore Structures (ICCGS 2019), 21-23 October, 2019, Lisbon, Portugal, 1st Edition

Edited by Carlos Guedes Soares

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Developments in the Collision and Grounding of Ships and Offshore includes the contributions to the 8th International Conference on Collision and Grounding of Ships and Offshore Structures (ICCGS 2019, Lisbon, Portugal, 21-23 October 2019). The series of ICCGS-conferences started in 1996 in San Francisco, USA, and are organised every three years in Europe, Asia and the Americas.

Developments in the Collision and Grounding of Ships and Offshore covers a wide range of topics, from the behavior of large passenger vessels in collision and grounding, collision and grounding in arctic conditions including accidental ice impact, stability residual strength and oil outflow of ships after collision or grounding, collision and grounding statistics and predictions and measures of the probability of incidents, risk assessment of collision and grounding, prediction and measures for reduction of collision and grounding, new designs for improvement of structural resistance to collisions, analysis of ultimate strength of ship structures (bulkheads, tank tops, shell etc.), design of buffer bows to reduce collision consequences, design of foreship structures of ferries with doors to avoid water ingress in case of a collision, development of rational rules for the structural design against collision and grounding, innovative navigation systems for safer sea transportation, the role of IMO, classification societies, and other regulatory bodies in developing safer ships, collision between ships and offshore structures, collision between ships and fixed or floating bridges and submerged tunnels, collision with quays and waterfront structures, collision and grounding experiments, properties of marine-use materials under impact loadings, residual strength of damaged ships and offshore structures, analysis of ultimate strength of ship structures, to human factors in collision and grounding accidents.

Developments in the Collision and Grounding of Ships and Offshore is a valuable resource for academics, engineers and professionals involved in these areas.

Table of Contents

Collision and grounding case studies

ASIS web girder test: A miniature experiment

M.A.G. Calle, P. Kujala, M. Salmi & L.M. Mazzariol

Numerical study on crashworthiness of sandwich structures under impact loads

J. Pan, Y.F. Huang, M.C. Xu & C.Y. Zhou

Ship collision damages: Case studies

S. Zhang, P. Terndrup Pedersen & R. Villavicencio

Collision and grounding – indentation

Analysis of the resistance to penetration of aluminium-alloy plates

B. Liu, A. Dong, L. Chen, K. Liu & C. Guedes Soares

Verification of crashworthiness of highly ductile steel by large-scale model tests

T. Okawa, K. Ichikawa, H. Shimanuki, S. Nakamura, N. Oda &Y. Yamada

Dynamic response of hat-stiffened panels subjected to hemisphere indenter impacts

Y. Sha, J. Amdahl & K. Liu

Collision and grounding – side and bottom

Numerical investigation on the influence of stiffeners on the crushing resistance of web girders in ship grounding

B.Q. Chen & C. Guedes Soares

Numerical analysis of ship collisions accounting for bow and side deformation interaction

B. Liu, G.Wang, L. Chen, X.T. Liao & C. Guedes Soares

Structural response analysis of ship side structure in oblique collision scenarios

Z.Wang, Z. Hu & G. Chen

Collision and grounding – cylindrical members

Fracture response of tubular T-joints under dynamic mass impact

Q.T. Do, D.N.C. Le, B.S. Seo, H.K. Shin & S.-R. Cho

Numerical crashworthiness analysis of a spar floating offshore wind turbine impacted by a ship

S. Echeverry, L. Márquez, Ph. Rigo & H. Le Sourne

Experimental and numerical research on the behavior of offshore tubular member under lateral indentation

Y. Rong, H. Yuan, J.X. Liu,W.G. Liu,W. Luo & Z.Q. Hu

Related problems – fluid-structure interaction

Advanced numerical technique of ship collision considering fluid effect

J. Choung, K. Lee & B. Park

Bending response of a damaged ship hull girder predicted by the cyclic progressive collapse method

S. Li, Z.Q. Hu & S.D. Benson

Simplified modelling of surface ship whipping response to underwater explosion

R. Trivedi, H. Le Sourne, S. Paroissien, S. Branchereau & C. Lucas

Related problems – analysis of experiments

Experimental study on the dynamic response of a beam under repeated impacts

X. He & C. Guedes Soares

Numerical study on the structural behavior of intact and damaged box beams under four-point bending load

T. Putranto & M. Kõrgesaar

Average stress-strain behaviour of stiffened plates of a box girder in the progressive collapse analysis

M. Tekgoz, Y. Garbatov & C. Guedes Soares

Related problems – material properties

High ductility steels for impact resistance: Experimental results

B. Atli-Veltin, O.J. Coppejans, M. Hoogeland & J.W. van Bergen

Numerical stress-strain analysis of butt-welded plates during the welding process

M. Hashemzadeh, Y. Garbatov & C. Guedes Soares

Accuracy of material models for the dynamic behavior of K-joints under impact loads

Y. Lu, K. Liu, Z.Wang &W. Tang

Related problems – behaviour of plates

Scaling the saturated impulse behaviour of strain-rate sensitive square plates

X. He, C. Guedes Soares & L. Zhu

Residual strength of stiffened plates having multiple denting damages

S.-H. Park, E. Kang, S.-R. Cho, Y.-S. Jang, N.-K. Baek & D.-K. Park

Ultimate strength assessment of square plate subjected to uni-axial dynamic load

M. Tekgoz, Y. Garbatov & C. Guedes Soares

Related problems – ice impact

Very efficient ship-to-ice interaction simulations using user-subroutine of a commercial finite element code

D. Han, J. Choung, K.-J. Paik & H.S. Kim

Ramming induced ice loads between the ship bow and multiyear thick ice in AntarcticWeddell Sea

L. Lu, P. Kujala, O.A. Valdez Banda & F. Goerlandt

Evaluation of load-carrying capacity of a submersible platform subjected to accidental ice impacts

Z. Yu, J. Amdahl & S. Løset

Related problems – composites

Study on slamming of the foam core carbon fibre V-shaped plate frame

Z. Qin, T. Zhang, L. Zhang & Z. Chen

ALE and finite element investigation of water impact on composite panels

N. Silva, S.Wang & C. Guedes Soares

Optimization design of composite reinforced pressure-resistant cylindrical shell based on ISIGHT

A.H. Zheng, T. Zhang, L. Zhang & C. Zhao

Traffic modelling

Research on change of traffic safety accompanying the implementation of a new recommended route

H. Itoh & R. Miyake

Quantifying the grounding probability in narrow waterways

¸S. Özlem, Y.C. Altan, E.N. Otay & I. Or

Decision-making model for navigation strategy of intelligent ships

H.B. Tian, B.Wu, C.C. Ting & J.H. Zhang

Traffic modelling – big data

Assessment of ship encounter and collision in congested sea areas

S. Kawashima & H. Itoh

Spatial challenges of maritime risk analysis using big data

A. Rawson, Z. Sabeur & G. Correndo

Collision probability assessment based on uncertainty prediction of ship trajectories

H. Rong, A.P. Teixeira & C. Guedes Soares

Traffic modelling – ship domain

An intelligent method for real-time ship collision risk assessment and visualization

L. Du, O.A. Valdez Banda & P. Kujala

Semi-dynamic ship domain in the encounter situation of two vessels

M. Gil, J. Montewka, P. Krata, T. Hinz & S. Hirdaris

A comparison of two definitions of ship domain for analysing near ship-ship collisions

A. Hörteborn, J.W. Ringsberg & M. Svanberg

Traffic modelling – human factors

Analysing human factors for naval navigation accidents using HFACS

V. P. da Conceição, A.C. Canas & J. Dahlman

Human contribution to safety of smart ships

J. Hüffmeier & S. Bram

A novel collision risk awareness framework for ships in real-time operating conditions

X.L. Yuan, D. Zhang, J.F. Zhang, M.Y. Zhang & C. Guedes Soares

Traffic modelling – pollution

Event risk classification method for pollution preparedness and response

V. Laine, O.A. Valdez Banda & F. Goerlandt

A simulation model to support planning of resources to combat oil spills at sea

J. Mazurek, J. Montewka & L. Smolarek

Risk analysis of ship collision considering striking ship velocity and plate ductility

Y. Yamada, H. Ochi & K. Ichikawa

Related problems – operational aspects

Rudder roll damping and ship heading control using a model predictive control algorithm

H.N. Esfahani & R. Szlapczynski

Bayesian approach to ship speed prediction based on operational data

P. Krata, R. Vettor & C. Guedes Soares

About the Editor

Carlos Guedes Soares is a Professor at the Center for Marine Technology and Engineering (CENTEC), Technical University of Lisbon,Portugal.

About the Series

Proceedings in Marine Technology and Ocean Engineering

The ‘Proceedings in Marine Technology and Ocean Engineering’ series is devoted to the publication of proceedings of peer-reviewed international conferences dealing with various aspects of ‘Marine Technology and Ocean Engineering’. The Series includes the proceedings of the following conferences: the International Maritime Association of the Mediterranean (IMAM) conferences, the Marine Structures (MARSTRUCT) conferences, the Renewable Energy (RENEW) conferences and the Maritime Technology (MARTECH) conferences. The ‘Marine Technology and Ocean Engineering’ series is also open to new conferences that cover topics on the sustainable exploration and exploitation of marine resources in various fields, such as maritime transport and ports, usage of the ocean including coastal areas, nautical activities, the exploration and exploitation of mineral resources, the protection of the marine environment and its resources, and risk analysis, safety and reliability. The aim of the series is to stimulate advanced education and training through the wide dissemination of the results of scientific research.

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BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TRANSPORTATION / Ships & Shipbuilding / General