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SHIP COLLISION DAMAGE

ship collision damage
 
 Author(s)               
Marie Lutzen
 Publisher
Technical University of Denmark
 Date
2001
 Pages
240
 Format
pdf
 Size
2.8 Mb

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   The overall goal of this thesis is to develop rational procedures for analysis of ship collisions, addressing all types of ships and damage scenarios. The procedure ends up giving methods for both deterministic and probabilistic analyses of damages to vessels. The vessels of today have a built-in passive safety based mainly on the damage stability regulations, which either build on traditional deterministic methods or on the more modern probabilistic approach. In the usual deterministic procedure, all relevant one- or two-compartment damages must be analysed in order to verify compliance with the requirements in the regulations. This may be reasonable for ships with a standard compartmentation; however, this may lead to either too unsafe/conservative ship designs. The way out of this dilemma may be the probabilistic approach, where all possible damages are weighed and considered with regard to survivability.
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