11TH INTERNATIONAL SHIP STABILITY WORKSHOP — 2010 — WAGENINGEN
|Publisher||International Ship Stability Workshop|
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The pack of files presented to your attention contains the materials of the Eleventh ISSW hosted by MARIN (The Netherlands) in 2010. The list of sessions of that conference includes ones dedicated to the goal based intact and damage stability standards, special problems and risk based methods of analysis, naval ship stability, safety of damaged ships, recent developments in the field of intact/damage stability, operational safety and roll damping, etc.
The first chapter of this compilation is dedicated to the current status of the developments of the intact ship stability criteria. It addresses such the important aspects as the vulnerability criteria, possible stability failure, direct stability assessment, various relevant regulations governing the stability of the vessels, such as 2008 Intact Stability Code released by the IMO. This part of the volume also deals with design of the stability criteria and researches relating to the container shipping.
The other numerous papers included in this book cover goal-based damaged stability, risk based analysis, freak waves, capsize risk, stability standards allied to the landing crafts, evaluation of the dynamic stability, emergency response, ship roll damping, non-linear roll damping and many other interesting topics.
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