COLLISION AND GROUNDING OF SHIPS AND OFFSHORE STRUCTURES
|Author(s)||Jorgen Amdahi, Soren Ehlers|
|D O W N L O A D|
The main part of the content of this volume is based on the materials presented in the course of the Sixth International Conference dedicated to the issues related to collision/grounding of the vessels and offshore installations. The presenters have covered the most important topics on the collision and grounding of ships and the compilers of this book have spent quite a lot of time trying to select the best of the materials for inclusion.
Among the matters addressed during the conference there were modeling and simulation systems for investigating marine accidents. latest vessel collision risk studies, application of the fracture mechanics to the assessment of the progressive structural failures of damaged vessels, collision tests. bridge crossings, feasibility of the grounding/collision data for the probabilistic modeling of the ship accidents. failure strain prediction, FSI analysis technique and its application to the structural safety assessment, collisions of the vessels against bridge piers, quays and wind turbines, numerical and experimental investigations, review of the different methods, crashworthiness studies of the LNG carriers, and so many other interesting and critically important topics...
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