10TH INTERNATIONAL SHIP STABILITY WORKSHOP — 2008 — DAEJEON
|Publisher||International Ship Stability Workshop|
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This pack of files contains the proceedings of the Tenth International Ship Stability Workshop held in Daejeon in 2008. The materials collected in this set have been arranged in nine major sessions. The opening session is fully dedicated to the numerical prediction of ship's intact stability - it addresses ship seakeeping, fast ship behavior in oblique seas, CFD application to the vessel stability problems.
In the second session the authors of the articles dealt with theoretical prediction of steady stated for parametric ship roll and its experimental verification, explain how to properly apply the criteria of parametric roll to naval vessels, assessment of such type of rolling, together with capabilities and problems. The next session touches the behavior of the vessel in following and quartering waves, including analytical predictions and experimental validation experimental studies, broaching phenomenon etc.
The remaining sessions cover such important topics as probabilistic assessment of intact stability of the vessel, motion prediction envelopes, critical wave groups concept, numerical prediction of flooding/damage stability, design support systems, operational stability safety, closure on survival time, accident investigation and others.
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