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Mar Technol SNAME N 47 (01): 59–64.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2010-47-1-59
Published: 01 January 2010
...Colen Kennell This paper presents insight into the structure of TFfuel, the Transport Factor component related to the weight of fuel needed to meet a ship's endurance requirement. TFfuel is shown to be dependent on the required range and the specific fuel consumption rate of the machinery while...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 47 (01): 17–26.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2010-47-1-17
Published: 01 January 2010
...Jeom kee Paik Ships and offshore structures are frequently subject to various types of actions and action effects during service that may range from the routine to the extreme or accidental. The oceanic environmental phenomena to which such structures may be exposed include freak/rogue waves...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 47 (01): 37–46.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2010-47-1-37
Published: 01 January 2010
...Roy F. Mengot; Richard T. Woytowich RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg and sank on the morning of April 15, 1912. Testimony at hearings on both sides of the Atlantic included conflicting stories of the ship breaking in two or sinking whole. The discovery of the wreck in 1985 confirmed...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 47 (01): 74–84.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2010-47-1-74
Published: 01 January 2010
...Pengfei Liu; Mohammed Fakhrul Islam; J. Michael Doucet; Andrew Prior; Goujun Huang A design and optimization procedure developed and used for a propeller installed on a twin-semitunnel-hull ship navigating in very shallow and icy water under heavy load conditions is presented. The base propeller...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 46 (04): 192–199.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2009-46-4-192
Published: 01 October 2009
... method for two operational profiles—one typical for oil tanker and the other one modified in order to reflect differences between oil tanker and chemical tanker. The evaluation of the wave-induced load effects that occur during long-term operation of the ship in the seaway is carried out in accordance...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 46 (04): 200–212.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2009-46-4-200
Published: 01 October 2009
...Hendrik F. van Hemmen COMSEAPRINT Human System Integration (HSI) is used to analyze the effect of reduced crew sizes and increased crew workloads resulting from increased regulatory requirements on oceangoing commercial vessels (as defined as ships with crew between 10 and 30). Most...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 46 (03): 165–173.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2009-46-3-165
Published: 01 July 2009
...Ulf B. Karlsson This paper presents a conceptual deformable inner barrier design with the aim of improving the collision safety during a collision into the side of a ship by facilitation of a deep intrusion before penetration. Validation of the conceptual design was made using finite element...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 46 (02): 74–90.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2009-46-2-74
Published: 01 April 2009
...William H. Buckley A major seakeeping workshop was held in 1975 that identified seakeeping deficiencies in our ships compared with those of our NATO allies. The workshop was intended to lead to corrective action with the help of the expertise of the attendees. Because of existing deficiencies...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 46 (02): 107–115.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2009-46-2-107
Published: 01 April 2009
...Ming-Chung Fang; Jiun-Han Ju In order to investigate the dynamic stability and safety for a ship towing system operated in waves, the present paper develops a nonlinear mathematical model, including seakeeping and maneuvering characteristics, to simulate dynamic behaviors of the towing system...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 46 (02): 116–121.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2009-46-2-116
Published: 01 April 2009
... with full scale measurements that are available for this ship. By combining the long term "rigid body" wave-bending moment with the effects of hydroelasticity, a suitable service factor is derived for a Great Lakes Bulk Carrier traveling from the Canadian Great Lakes to China via the Suez Canal. 1 4...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 46 (01): 27–33.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2009-46-1-27
Published: 01 January 2009
...Pekka Ruponen; Jerzy Matusiak; Janne Luukkonen; Mikko Ilus The water in a swimming pool on the top deck of a large passenger ship can be excited to a resonant motion, even in a moderate sea state. The motion of the water in the pool is mainly caused by longitudinal acceleration, resulting from...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 45 (03): 132–146.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2008-45-3-132
Published: 01 July 2008
... of this certainty is important for all parties involved in ships' design, construction, and operation. In some sense, it indicates the likelihood of the calculated result to happen. When the probabilistic distribution of the stresses is available, the level of certainty of any calculated stress can be determined...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 45 (03): 147–156.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2008-45-3-147
Published: 01 July 2008
...Marcelo A. S. Neves; Vadim Belenky The paper gives a brief review of the papers presented at the Ninth International Conference on Stability of Ships and Ocean Vehicles that was held on September 25 to 29, 2006 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The review covers the following stability-related subjects...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 45 (03): 182–190.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2008-45-3-182
Published: 01 July 2008
...Ulf Karlsson; Anders Ulfvarson The ship research project DESSO (Design for Survival Onboard) aims at improving the safety of RO/RO (roll-on/roll-off) ferries. The project was organized in the autumn of 2003 in order to use the research and development resources existing in Sweden, combined...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 45 (03): 125–131.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2008-45-3-125
Published: 01 July 2008
...Sherif Farouk Badran; Ashraf O. Nassef; Sayed M. Metwalli One aim of naval architects is to design structures that are strong enough and capable of absorbing impact energy. Therefore, ship plates are stiffened using different stiffeners to withstand compressive and other loads resulting from loads...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 45 (02): 63–67.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2008-45-2-63
Published: 01 April 2008
... deflection aspect ratio stiffness law enforcement membrane stress deflection belenkiy 1973 Laterally lateral pressure april 2008 equation public safety ship belenkiy plastic deformation plate deflection deformation Plastic Strength Criterion for Design of Laterally Loaded Ship Plates...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 45 (02): 94–100.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2008-45-2-94
Published: 01 April 2008
... viability of the enterprises involved in particular. It is thus essential to develop advanced technologies that can allow for the proper assessment and management of corrosion. An overview of some recent developments in corrosion assessment and management for steel ships and offshore structures is addressed...

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