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Damage stability as a safety criterion for optimisation tools

Damage stability as a safety criterion for optimisation tools
Damage stability as a safety criterion for optimisation tools
This paper is primarily concerned with the fact that seakeeping and resistance based optimisation of hull forms, at the conceptual stage, do not appear to highlight any other behavioural disadvantages. Whilst some aspects of intact stability are included within the optimisation process, damage stability is not considered. The situation of a damaged optimised hull form being less safe than a damaged non-optimised hull form would seem perverse and so this paper presents a methodology to investigate this situation. The methodology is applicable to any ship type.
Saydan, Deniz .
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Hearn, Grant E.
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Saydan, Deniz .
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Hearn, Grant E.
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Saydan, Deniz . and Hearn, Grant E. (2004) Damage stability as a safety criterion for optimisation tools. 4th International Conference on High Performance Marine Vehicles, Rome, Italy. 15 pp .

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Abstract

This paper is primarily concerned with the fact that seakeeping and resistance based optimisation of hull forms, at the conceptual stage, do not appear to highlight any other behavioural disadvantages. Whilst some aspects of intact stability are included within the optimisation process, damage stability is not considered. The situation of a damaged optimised hull form being less safe than a damaged non-optimised hull form would seem perverse and so this paper presents a methodology to investigate this situation. The methodology is applicable to any ship type.

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Published date: September 2004
Venue - Dates: 4th International Conference on High Performance Marine Vehicles, Rome, Italy, 2004-08-31
Organisations: Fluid Structure Interactions Group

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Local EPrints ID: 154927
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/154927
PURE UUID: d476730b-3c5e-4038-b6b7-c39f449504e3

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Last modified: 10 Dec 2021 18:12

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Author: Deniz . Saydan
Author: Grant E. Hearn

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