Marine Design XIII, Volume 2: Proceedings of the 13th International Marine Design Conference (IMDC 2018), June 10-14, 2018, Helsinki, Finland, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Marine Design XIII, Volume 2

Proceedings of the 13th International Marine Design Conference (IMDC 2018), June 10-14, 2018, Helsinki, Finland, 1st Edition

Edited by Pentti Kujala, Liangliang Lu

CRC Press

496 pages

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This is volume 2 of a 2-volume set.

Marine Design XIII collects the contributions to the 13th International Marine Design Conference (IMDC 2018, Espoo, Finland, 10-14 June 2018). The aim of this IMDC series of conferences is to promote all aspects of marine design as an engineering discipline. The focus is on key design challenges and opportunities in the area of current maritime technologies and markets, with special emphasis on:

• Challenges in merging ship design and marine applications of experience-based industrial design

• Digitalisation as technological enabler for stronger link between efficient design, operations and maintenance in future

• Emerging technologies and their impact on future designs

• Cruise ship and icebreaker designs including fleet compositions to meet new market demands

To reflect on the conference focus, Marine Design XIII covers the following research topic series:

•State of art ship design principles - education, design methodology, structural design, hydrodynamic design;

•Cutting edge ship designs and operations - ship concept design, risk and safety, arctic design, autonomous ships;

•Energy efficiency and propulsions - energy efficiency, hull form design, propulsion equipment design;

•Wider marine designs and practices - navy ships, offshore and wind farms and production.

Marine Design XIII contains 2 state-of-the-art reports on design methodologies and cruise ships design, and 4 keynote papers on new directions for vessel design practices and tools, digital maritime traffic, naval ship designs, and new tanker design for arctic. Marine Design XIII will be of interest to academics and professionals in maritime technologies and marine design.

 

Table of Contents

VOLUME 2

Risk and safety

Collision accidents analysis from the viewpoint of stopping ability of ships

M. Ueno

Collision risk factors analysis model for icebreaker assistance in ice-covered waters

M.Y. Zhang, D. Zhang, X.P. Yan, F. Goerlandt & P. Kujala

Collision risk-based preliminary ship design—procedure and case studies

X. Tan, J. Tao, D. Konovessis & H.E. Ang

Using FRAM to evaluate ship designs and regulations

D. Smith, B. Veitch, F. Khan & R. Taylor

Using enterprise risk management to improve ship safety

S. Williams

Using system-theoretic process analysis and event tree analysis for creation of a fault tree of blackout in the Diesel-Electric Propulsion system of a cruise ship

V. Bolbot, G. Theotokatos & D. Vassalos

Safe maneuvering in adverse weather conditions

S. Krüger, H. Billerbeck & A. Lübcke

Design method for efficient cross-flooding arrangements on passenger ships

P. Ruponen & A.-L. Routi

Pro-active damage stability verification framework for passenger ships

Y. Bi & D. Vassalos

Weight and buoyancy is the foundation in design: Get it right

K.B. Karolius & D. Vassalos

SmartPFD: Towards an actively controlled inflatable life jacket to reduce death at sea

M. Fürth, K. Raleigh, T. Duong & D. Zanotto

Arctic design

Numerical simulation of interaction between two-dimensional wave and sea ice

W.-j. Hu, B.-y. Ni, D.-f. Han & Y.-z. Xue

Azimuthing propulsion ice clearing in full scale

P. Kujala, G.H. Taimuri, J. Kulovesi & P. Määttänen

Removable icebreaker bow with propulsion

H.K. Eronen

Azimuthing propulsor rule development for Finnish-Swedish ice class rules

I. Perälä, A. Kinnunen & L. Kuuliala

A method for calculating omega angle for the IACS PC rules

V. Valtonen

Probabilistic analysis of ice and sloping structure interaction based on ISO standard by using Monte-Carlo simulation

C. Sinsabvarodom, W. Chai, B.J. Leira, K.V. Hoyland & A. Naess

Research on the calculation of transient torsional vibration due to ice impact on motor propulsion shafting

J. Li, R. Zhou & P. Liao

Simulation model of the Finnish winter navigation system

M. Lindeberg, P. Kujala, O.-V. Sormunen, M. Karjalainen & J. Toivola

Ice management and design philosophy

S. Ruud & R. Skjetne

Towards holistic performance-based conceptual design of Arctic cargo ships

M. Bergström, S. Hirdaris, O.A.V. Banda, P. Kujala, G. Thomas, K.-L. Choy, P. Stefenson, K. Nordby, Z. Li, J.W. Ringsberg & M. Lundh

Comparison of vessel theoretical ice speeds against AIS data in the Baltic Sea

O.-V. Sormunen, R. Berglund, M. Lensu, L. Kuuliala, F. Li, M. Bergström & P. Kujala

Autonomous ships

The need for systematic and systemic safety management for autonomous vessels

O.A.V. Banda, P. Kujala, F. Goerlandt, M. Bergström, M. Ahola, P.H.A.J.M. van Gelder & S. Sonninen

Do we know enough about the concept of unmanned ship?

R. Jalonen, E. Heikkilä & M. Wahlström

Towards autonomous shipping: Operational challenges of unmanned short sea cargo vessels

C. Kooij, M. Loonstijn, R.G. Hekkenberg & K. Visser

Towards the unmanned ship code

M. Bergström, S. Hirdaris, O.A. Valdez Banda, P. Kujala, O.-V. Sormunen & A. Lappalainen

Autonomous ship design method using marine traffic simulator considering autonomy levels

K. Hiekata, T. Mitsuyuki & K. Ito

Toward the use of big data in smart ships

D.G. Belanger, M. Furth, K. Jansen & L. Reichard

Simulations of autonomous ship collision avoidance system for design and evaluation

J. Martio, K. Happonen & H. Karvonen

Energy efficiency

Feedback to design power requirements from statistical methods applied to onboard measurements

T. Manderbacka & M. Haranen

Reducing GHG emissions in shipping—measures and options

E. Lindstad, T.I. Bo & G.S. Eskeland

Alternative fuels for shipping: A study on the evaluation of interdependent options for mutual stakeholders

S. Wanaka, K. Hiekata & T. Mitsuyuki

On the design of plug-in hybrid fuel cell and lithium battery propulsion systems for coastal ships

P. Wu & R.W.G. Bucknall

Estimation of fuel consumption using discrete-event simulation—a validation study

E. Sandvik, B.E. Asbjornslett, S. Steen & T.A.V. Johnsen

Voyage performance of ship fitted with Flettner rotor

O. Turan, T. Cui, B. Howett & S. Day

Time based ship added resistance prediction model for biofouling

D. Uzun, R. Ozyurt, Y.K. Demirel & O. Turan

Hull form design

Utilizing process automation and intelligent design space exploration for simulation driven ship design

E.A. Arens, G. Amine-Eddine, C. Abbott, G. Bastide & T.-H. Stachowski

Smart design of hull forms through hybrid evolutionary algorithm and morphing approach

J.H. Ang, V.P. Jirafe, C. Goh & Y. Li

Hull form resistance performance optimization based on CFD

B. Feng, H. Chang & X. Cheng

Development of an automatic hull form generation method to design specific wake field

Y. Ichinose & Y. Tahara

Hull form optimization for the roll motion of a high-speed fishing vessel based on NSGA-II algorithm

D. Qiao, N. Ma & X. Gu

Propulsion equipment design

The journey to new tunnel thrusters, the road so far, and what is still to come

N.W.H. Bulten

Study on the hydrodynamic characteristics of an open propeller in regular head waves considering unsteady surge motion effect

W. Zhang, N. Ma, C.-J. Yang & X. Gu

Application of CAESES and STARCCM + for the design of rudder bulb and thrust fins

F. Yang, W. Chen, X. Yin & G. Dong

Design verification of new propulsion devices

X. Shi, J.S. He, Y.H. Zhou & J. Li

Navy ships

An approach for an operational vulnerability assessment for naval ships using a Markov model

A.C. Habben Jansen, A.A. Kana & J.J. Hopman

Early stage routing of distributed ship service systems for vulnerability reduction

E.A.E. Duchateau, P. de Vos & S. van Leeuwen

Offshore and wind farms

An innovative method for the installation of offshore wind turbines

P. Bernard & K.H. Halse

Loads on the brace system of an offshore floating structure

T.P. Mazarakos, D.N. Konispoliatis & S.A. Mavrakos

Downtime analysis of FPSO

M. Fürth, J. Igbadumhe, Z.Y. Tay & B. Windén

Production

Prediction of panel distortion in a shipyard using a Bayesian network

C.M. Wincott & M.D. Collette

Author index

About the Editors

Pentti Kujala is Professor of Marine Technology and head of the Marine Technology group at Aalto University, Finland.

Liangliang Lu is Doctorate Candidate at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Aalto University, Finland.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC009020
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Civil / General