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STABILITY AND SAFETY OF SHIPS - RISK OF CAPSIZING

Stability and Safety of Ships - Risk of Capsizing

Author(s)                 V. L. Belenkiy
Publisher SNAME
Date 2007
Pages 455
Format pdf
Size 3.7 Mb

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   The appearance of new types of naval and commercial vessels with unconventional dynamics in waves made conventional methods of evaluation of dynamic stability unreliable for the most part, as these methods are based on previous experience and statistics. It is well known that the best approach is to use the physically sound solution for ship motion in waves employing Nonlinear Dynamics and theory of stochastic processes. This allows developing new views on different types of stability failures including capsizing in dead ship conditions, surf-riding and broaching, parametric resonance and pure loss of stability on the wave crest. The above approach has defined the increased interest of maritime industry to the problems of ship dynamics. Understanding the importance of these problems motivated IMO to resume discussion on new approaches to intact stability regulations in 2002...

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