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January 2017


 
 
 

Net and Gross Thrust in Waterjet Propulsion

By Arash Eslamdoost, Lars Larsson, and Rickard Bensow

Source: Journal of Ship Research

Volume 60, Number 2, June 2016, pp. 78-91

 

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An Extended Verification and Validation Study of CFD Simulations for Planing Hulls 

By Fabio De Luca, Simone Mancini, Salvatore Miranda, and Claudio Pensa

Source: Journal of Ship Research

Volume 60, Number 2, June 2016, pp. 101-118

 

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Risk-based Winterization on a North Atlantic-based Ferry Design

Ming Yang, Faisal Khan, Dan Oldford, Leonard Lye, and Heri Sulistiyono

Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design

Volume 32, Number 2, May 2016, pp. 99-109

 

 

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A Study on Classification Algorithm of Rectangle Curved Hull Plates for Plate Fabrication

By ChanSuk Kim, Jong Gye Shin, EungKon Kim, and YangRyul Choi

Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design

Volume 32, Number 3, August 2016, pp. 166-173

 

 

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Development of Risk Assessment Methodology for Occupational Safety by Work Observation Technique

By Takeshi Shinoda and Takashi Tanaka

Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design

Volume 32, Number 3, August 2016, pp. 139-153

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On the Prospects for International Commercial Shipbuilding Competiveness in Developed Countries

By Philip C. Koenig

Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design

Volume 32, Number 2, May 2016, pp. 124-129


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October 2016


 
 
 

Extreme Value Statistics of Large Containership Roll
By Oleg Gaidar, Gaute Storhaug, and Arvid Naess
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 60, Number 2, June 2016, pp. 92-100

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Escort Tug Performance Prediction Using Computation Fluid Dynamics
By Brendan Smoker, Bart Stockdill, and Peter Oshkai
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 60, Number 2, June 2016, pp. 61-77

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A Proposed Methodology for the Technoeconomic Evaluation of Energy Efficiency Retrofits: A Bulk Carrier Case Study
By Angelos Tsereklas-Zafeirakis, Konstantin Aravossis, George Gougoulidis, and Yanna Pavlopoulou
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 32, Number 2, May 2016, pp. 130-137

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Dry-Dock Inspection Methods for Improved Fouling Control Coating Performance
By Geoffrey Swain and Geir Lund
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 32, Number 3, August 2016, pp. 186-193


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Understanding and Optimizing Vessel Propulsive Power and Fuel Use Using Duty Cycle Analysis Computations
By Donald MacPherson and Elizabeth Boyd
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 32, Number 3, August 2016, pp. 174-185


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July 2016


 
 
 

A Hybrid Empirical- Numerical Method for Hydroelastic Analysis of a Floater-and-Net-System 
By Ma, Leixin; Hu, Ke; Fu, Shixiao; Moan, Torgeir and Li, Runpei 
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 60, Number 1, March 2016, pp. 14-29

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Block Erection in the Event of Delays in Shipbuilding: A Scenario-Based Approach
By Tokola, Henri; Niemi, Esko; Remes, Heikki
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 32, Number 1, February 2016, pp. 37-49

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Understanding the Trade-offs Between Productivity and Resistance for Differing Vessels and Missions
By Temple Dylan and Collette, Matthew
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 32, Number 1, February 2016, pp. 59-70

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Experimental Performance of a Novel Trochoidal Propeller
By Roesler, Bernard; Kawamura, Malia; Miller, Eric; Wilson, Matthew; Brink-Roby, Jonathan; Clemmenson, Eric; Keller, Matthew; Epps, Brenden
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 60, Number 1, March 2016, pp. 48-60


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Reduction of Overwelding and Distortion for Nava Surface Combatant. Part 2: Weld Sizing Effects on Shear and Fatigue Performance
By Huang, T.D.; Harbison, Michael, Kvidahl. Lee; Niolet David, Walks, John, Christein J.P.; Smitherman, Mark; Phillipp, Mark; Dong, Pingsha; Decan, Larry; Caccese, Vince; Blomquist, Paul; Kihl, David; Womg, Rick; Sinfield, Matthew; Napp, Natalie; Gardner, James; Wong, Catherine; Bjornson, Michael, Manuel, Allen
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 32, Number 1, February 2016, pp. 21-36


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Prediction and Optimization of Aerodynamic and Hydrodynamic Forces and Boat Speed of Foiling Catamarans with a Wing Sail and a Jib
By Graf, Kai; Renzsch, Hannes; Meyer, Janek
Source: 22nd Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium                                                            March 2016 

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April 2016


 
 
 

A Study of Propeller Operation Near a Free Surface
By Li, Yuwei; Martin, Ezequiel; Michael, Thad; Pablo, Carrica 
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 4, December 2015, pp. 190-200

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Tomographic-PIV Survey of the Near-Field Hydrodynamic and Hydroacoustic Characteristics of a Marine Propeller
By Felli, Mario; Falchi, Massimo; Giulio, Dubbioso
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 4, December 2015, pp. 201-208

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Large-Eddy Simulations of Submarine Propellers
By Balaras, Elias; Schroeder, Seth; Zou, Posa, Antonio
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 4, December 2015, pp. 227-237

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LES Applied to Ship Research
By Mahesh, Krishnan; Kumar, Praveen; Gnanaskandan, Aswin; Nitzkorski, Zane
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 4, December 2015, pp. 238-245


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A Panel Method with Full Wake Alignment Model for the Prediction of the Performance of Ducted Propellers
By Kinnas, Spyros; Fan, Hongyang; Tian Ye
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 4, December 2015, pp. 246-257


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Lessons to Be Learned from the Study of Indigenous Craft
By Peter Noble
Source: 2015 FAST Conference Proceedings     September 2015 

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January 2016

Numerical and Experimental Studies of Residual Stresses in Multipass Welding of High Strength Shipbuilding Steel
By: Guangming Fu, Visitor; T. Gurova, Visitor; M.I. Lourenco, Visitor; S.F. Estefen, Visitor
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 3, September 2015
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Ship-to-Ship Interaction during Overtaking Operation in Shallow Water
By: Zhi-Ming Yuan, Shi He, P. Kellett, A. Incecik, O. Turan, E. Boulougouris
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 3, June 2015
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Slamming Kinematics, Impulse and Energy Transfer for Wave-Piercing Catamarans
By: Jason Lavroff, Visitor Michael Richard Davis, Visitor
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 3, September 2015
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On the Prediction of Wave-added Resistance with Empirical Methods
By: Rob Grin, Visitor
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 3, August 2015
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Seakeeping Analysis of two Medium-speed Twin-hull Models
By: G. Zaraphonitis, Visitor; G.J. Grigoropoulos, Member; D.P. Damala, Visitor; and D. Mourkoyannis, Visitor
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 3, August 2015
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Foreign Shipyard Coatings Benchmarking Study
By: R. Kattan, Member; D. Broderick, Visitor; S. Cogswell, Visitor; J. Blakey, Visitor and  P. Ault, Visitor
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 3, August 2015
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Decision-based design approach for ships operating in open water and ice
By: R.U.F. Polach, Visitor; S. Ehlers Visitor; S.O. Erikstad, Member
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 4, November 2015
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Numerical Investigation on Interruption in the Welding Process Used in Shipbuilding
By: D. Podder, Visitor; S. Kenno, Visitor; S. Das, Visitor; N.R. Mandal, Visitor
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 4, November 2015
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Method for Propeller Blade Optimization and Cavitation Inception Mitigation
By: B. Epps, O. Vıquez, C. Chryssostomidis
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 2, May 2015
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Numerical and Experimental Studies of Residual Stresses in Multipass Welding of High Strength Shipbuilding Steel
By: Guangming Fu,  T. Gurova,  M.I. Lourenco, S.F. Estefen
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 3, September 201
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Ship-to-Ship Interaction during Overtaking Operation in Shallow Water
By: Zhi-Ming Yuan, Shi He, P. Kellett, A. Incecik, O. Turan, E. Boulougouris
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 3, June 2015
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Slamming Kinematics, Impulse and Energy Transfer for Wave-Piercing Catamarans
By: Jason Lavroff, Michael Richard Davis
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 3, September 2015
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On the Prediction of Wave-added Resistance with Empirical Methods
By: Rob Grin
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 3, August 2015
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Seakeeping Analysis of two Medium-speed Twin-hull Models
By: G. Zaraphonitis, G.J. Grigoropoulos, D.P. Damala, D. Mourkoyannis
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 3, August 2015
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Foreign Shipyard Coatings Benchmarking Study
By: R. Kattan, D. Broderick, S. Cogswell, J. Blakey, P. Ault
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 3, August 2015
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Decision-based design approach for ships operating in open water and ice
By: R.U.F. Polach, S. Ehlers, S.O. Erikstad
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 4, November 2015
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Numerical investigation on interruption in the welding process used in shipbuilding
By: D. Podder, S. Kenno, S. Das, N.R. Mandal
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 4, November 2015
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Method for Propeller Blade Optimization and Cavitation Inception Mitigation
By: B. Epps, O. Vıquez, C. Chryssostomidis
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 2, May 2015
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October 2015


 
 
 

Effect of Slam Force Duration on the Vibratory Response of a Lightweight High-Speed Wave-Piercing Catamaran
By McVicar, Jason; Lavroff, Jason; Davis, Michael; Thomas, Giles 
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 2, June 2015, pp. 69-84

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Resistance Prediction on Submerged Axisymmetric Bodies Fitted with Turbulent Spot Inducers
By Shen, Young; Hughes, Michael; Gorski, Joseph
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 2, June 2015, pp. 85-98

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Integrated Line of Sight and Model Predictive Control for Path Following and Roll Motion Control Using Rudder
By Liu, Cheng; Sun, Jing; Zou, Zaojian
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 2, June 2015, pp. 99-112

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Stochastic Dynamic Analysis and Reliability of a Vessel Rolling in Random Beam Seas
By Chai, Wei; Naess, Arvid; Leira, Bernt
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 59, Number 2, June 2015, pp. 113-131


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Improving the Reuse of Design Data during the Tender Phase
By Stroo-Moredo, Elena; Krikke, Marnix
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 2, April 2015, pp. 67-78


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New Estimation Methods for the Steel Weight of European Inland Dry Bulk Ships
By Hekkenberg, Robert; Hopman, Hans
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design Volume 31, Number 2, April 2015, pp. 78-87

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July 2015


 
 
 

Empirical Equations for Planing Hull Bottom Pressures
By  M. G. Morabito
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 58, Number 4, Dec 2014, pp. 2185-200

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Conditional Stochastic Processes Applied to Wave Load Predictions
By  Jørgen Juncher Jensen
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 1, March 2015, pp. 1-10

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Probabilistic Load Combination Factors of Wave and Whipping Bending Moments
By Ćorak, Maro; Parunov, Joško; Soares, C. Guedes
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 59, Number 1, March 2015, pp. 11-30

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The Calculation and Measurement of Welding Residual Stress for Invar Steel of a Liquefied Natural Gas Carrier’s Containment System
By Zhao, DongSheng; Liu, YuJun; Wang, XianDong; Ji, ZhuoShang
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 1, February 2015, pp. 43-48


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A Contribution to the Identity Assessment of Ship Structure Plate Parts
By Hmeshah, Khaldoun; Bronsart, Robert
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 31, Number 1, February 2015, pp. 49-57


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Investigation of the Propeller Blade Failure Load and the Associated Spindle Torque – JIP BlaFex
By Andreas Junglewitz, Claas Fischer, Wolfgang Fricke, and Wolfgang Koch
Source: ICETECH, September 2014

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January 2015


   
  Operational Modal Analysis for Dynamic Characterization of Ro-Lo Ship
By Eben Orlowitz and Anders Brandt
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 58, Number 4, Dec 2014, pp. 216-224(9)
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  Modeling with Regression Analysis and Artificial Neural the Resistance and Trim of Series 50 Experiments with V-Bottom Motor Boats
By Radojčić, Dejan V.; Morabito, Michael G.; Simić, Aleksandar P.; Zgradić, Antonio B.
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 30, Number 4, November 2014, pp. 153-174(22)
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  Empirical Methods for Predicting Lift and Heel Moment for a Heeled Planing Hull
By Carolyn Q. Judge
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 30, Number 4, November 2014, pp. 175-183(9)
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  Reduction of Overwelding and Distortion for Naval Surface Combatants, Part 1: Optimized Weld Sizing for Lightweight Ship Structures
By Huang, T. D.; Harbison, Michael; Kvidahl, Lee; Niolet, David; Walks, John; Stefanick, Kevin; Phillippi, Mark; Dong, Pingsha; DeCan, Larry; Caccese, Vincent; Blomquist, Paul; Kihl, David; Wong, Rick; Nappi, Natale; Gardner, James; Wong, Catherine; Bjornson, Michael; Manuel, Allen
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 30, Number 4, November 2014, pp. 184-193(10)

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  The Design and Operational Implications of the IMO Polar Code
By Andrew Kendrick
Source: ICETECH, September 2014

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  A Risk-Basd Evaluaion Ice-Strengthened Hull Structures
By Pentti Kujala and Soren Ehlers
Source: ICETECH, September 2014
         14 pages
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October 2014


   
  Dynamic Performance of the National Technical University of Athens Double-chine Series Hull Forms in Random Waves
By Grigoropoulos, Gregory J; Damala, Dimtra P
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 30, Number 3, August 2014, pp. 101-108(8)
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  Wave Wake: Focus on Vessel Operations within Sheltered Waterways
By Macfarlane, Gregor J; Bose, Neil; Duffy, Jonathan T
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 30, Number 3, August 2014, pp. 109-125(17)
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  Study on Plate Forming Using the Line Heating Process of Multiple-torch
By Zhou, Bo; Han, Xiaoshuang; Tan, Soon-Keat; Liu, Zhong-chi
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 30, Number 3, August 2014, pp. 142-151(10)
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  Experiments on Directional Stability of Stepped Planing Hulls
By Morabito, Michael; Pavkov, Mark; Timmins, Connor; Beaver, Bill
Source: The Fourth Chesapeake Power Boat Symposium
10 pages

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  Composite High Speed Craft: Practical Design Approaches
By Nazarov, Albert
Source: The Fourth Chesapeake Powerboat Symposium
13 pages
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  Acceleration Trends of High-Speed Planing Craft Operating in a Seaway
By Riley, Michael R; Coats, Timothy W; Murphy, Heidi P
Source: The Fourth Chesapeake Powerboat Symposium
15 pages
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   Towards Simulation- Based Structural Design of High Speed Craft
By Razola, Mikael; Rosen, Anders; Garme, Karl; Olausson, Katrin
Source: The Fourth Chesapeake Powerboat Symposium
         14 pages

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  Vortex Lattice Method for Steady Hydrodynamic Analysis of Cambered Planning Surfaces 
By Vernengo, Giuliano; Brizzolara, Stefano
Source: The Fourth Chesapeake Powerboat Symposium
          13 pages

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July 2014


   
  Development of a Spectral Method and a Statistical Wave Model for Crack Propagation Prediction in Ship Structures
By Mao, Wengang
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 58, Number 2, June 2014, pp. 106-116(11)
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  Ship Hull Structural Multiobjective Optimization by Evolutionary Algorithm
By Sekulski, Zbigniew
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 58, Number 2, June 2014, pp. 45-69(25)
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  On the Accurate Calculation of Effective Wake/Application to Ducted Propellers
By Cai, Wenkui; Konovessis, Dimitris; Vassalos, Dracos
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 58, Number 2, June 2014, pp. 70-82(13)
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  Lean Project Planning in Shipbuilding
By Emblemsvåg, Jan
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 30, Number 2, May 2014, pp. 79-88(10)

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  The Systematic Variation of Step Configuration and Displacement for a Double-step Planing Craft
By Lee, Evan; Pavkov, Mark; McCue-Weil, Leigh
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 30, Number 2, May 2014, pp. 89-97(9)
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  Experimental Investigation of Trimaran Models in Shallow Water
By Pavkov, Mark; Morabito, Morabito
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 30, Number 2, May 2014, pp. 66-78(13)
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April 2014


   
  Experimental Study of Air Layer Sustainability for Frictional Drag Reduction
By Jagdish, Bhat Nikhil; Brandon, Tay Zhi Xian; Kwee, Tiaw Joo; Dev, Arun Kr.
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 58, Number 1, March 2014 , pp. 30-42(13)
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  A Simple Model for the Underwater Noise Source Level of Ships
By Wittekind, Dietrich Kurt
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 30, Number 1, February 2014 , pp. 7-14(8)
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  Development of Bayesian Models for Marine Accident Investigation and Their Use in Risk-based Ship Design
By Cai, Wenkui; Konovessis, Dimitris; Vassalos, Dracos
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 30, Number 1, February 2014 , pp. 39-47(9)
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  Design of Blades for Marine Current Turbines
By DAVID H. MENÉNDEZ ARÁN, YE TIAN, AND SPYROS A. KINNAS
Source: 19TH TEXAS OFFSHORE SYMPOSIUM
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  Life Extension of Mooring System for Benchamas Explorer FSO
By KAI-TUNG MA, RACHEL PRICE, DENNIS VILLANUEVA, PHILIPPE MONTI, AND KEVIN TAN
Source: 19TH TEXAS OFFSHORE SYMPOSIUM
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  Dynamic Analysis of Calm Buoy-Based Steel Offloading Line System
By HAO SONG, GWO-ANG CHANG, TIANCONG HOU, AND JUN ZHANG
Source: 19TH TEXAS OFFSHORE SYMPOSIUM
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  Tie Down Stiffness Effects on High-Frequency Response of Cargo During Dry Transport
By VIMAL VINAYAN, JUN ZOU, AND JIANFENG ZHANG
Source: 19TH TEXAS OFFSHORE SYMPOSIUM
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  Experimental Investigation on Hydrodynamics of a Fish Cage Floater-net System in Oscillatory and Steady Flows by Forced Oscillation Tests
By Shixiao Fu, Yuwang Xu, Ke Hu, Qian Zhong, and Runpei Li
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 58, Number 1, March 2014 , pp. 20-29(10)
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January 2014


   
  A Quasi-three-dimensional Finite-volume Shallow WaterModel for Green Water on Deck
By Liut, Daniel A.; Weems, Kenneth M.; Yen, Tin-Guen
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 57, Number 3, September 2013 , pp. 125-140(16)
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  An Experimental Validation of an Evacuation Model using Data Sets Generated from Two Large Passenger Ships
By Galea, Edwin Richard; Deere, Steven; Brown, Robert; Filippidis, Lazaros
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 57, Number 3, September 2013 , pp. 155-170(16)
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  Forward Speed Calm Water Roll Decay for Surface Combatant 5415: Global and Local Flow Measurements
By Irvine, Martin; Longo, Joseph; Stern, Frederick
Source: Journal of Ship Research
Volume 57, Number 4, December 2013 , pp. 202-219(18)
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  Reduction of Welding Distortion for an Improved Assembly Process for Hatch Coaming Production
By Wang, Jiangchao; Sano, Masanori; Rashed, Sherif; Murakawa, Hidekazu
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 29, Number 4, November 2013 , pp. 153-161(9)
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  The Potential Conversion of the U.S. Great Lakes Steam Bulk Carriers to Liquefied Natural Gas Propulsion: Final Report
By Parsons, Michael G.; O'Hern, Patrick J.; Harkins, Richard W.; Denomy, Samuel J.
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 29, Number 4, November 2013 , pp. 162-182(21)
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  Comparison of Model-Scale and Full-scale Deceleration of a Fully Skirted Air Cushion Vehicle in Sideslip
By Cole, Robert E.; Boza, Joseph J.
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 29, Number 4, November 2013 , pp. 183-190(8)
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  Development of a Large-scale Surface Effect Ship Bow Seal Testing Platform
By Wiggins, Andrew D.; Zalek, Steven F.; Perlin, Marc; Ceccio, Steven L.; Doctors, Lawrence J.; Etter, Robert J.
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 29, Number 4, November 2013 , pp. 191-198(8)
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  Risk-based Winterization for Vessels Operations in Arctic Environments
By Yang, Ming; Khan, Faisal I.; Lye, Leonard; Sulistiyono, Heri; Dolny, John; Oldford, Dan
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 29, Number 4, November 2013 , pp. 199-210(12)
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October 2013


   
  Comparison of Measured Ship Squat with Numerical and Empirical Methods
BY MICHAEL J. BRIGGS, PAUL J. KOPP, VLADIMIR K. ANKUDINOV, AND ANDREW L. SILVER
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 57, Number 2, June 2013
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  Planing in Shallow Water at Critical Speed
BY MICHAEL G. MORABITO
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 57, Number 2, June 2013
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  Block Erection Sequencing in Shipbuilding With General Lifting and Joining Times
BY HENRI TOKOLA, ESKO NIEMI, AND HEIKKI REMES
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 29, Number 2, May 2013
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  Scaling of Resistance From Surface-Effect Ship Model Tests
BY CHRIS B. MCKESSON AND LAWRENCE J. DOCTORS
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 29, Number 2, May 2013
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  Numerical Modeling of a Planing Hull Maneuvering in a Regular Wave, Part 1: Dynamic Instability
BY RAY-QING LIN AND TIM SMITH
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 29, Number 2, May 2013
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  Optimum Speed Analysis for Large Containerships
BY Y.S. KHOR, K.A. DØHLIE, D. KONOVESSIS, AND Q. XIAO
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 29, Number 3, Aug 2013
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  A Comparison of Numerical Methods to Predict the Progressive Collapse of Lightweight Aluminium Vessels
BY SIMON BENSON, JONATHAN DOWNES, AND ROBERT S. DOW
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 29, Number 3, Aug 2013
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  Minimizing the Cost of Coating Ships
BY DARREN BRODERICK, PETER WRIGHT, AND RAOUF KATTAN
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design
Volume 29, Number 3, Aug 2013
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  Measurement of Hydrodynamic Coefficients on a Planing Hull Using Forced Roll Oscillations
BY CAROLYN Q. JUDGE AND JOHN A. JUDGE
Source: JOURNAL OF SHIP RESEARCH
Volume 57, Number 2, June 2013
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  Vibration of High-speed Ship Frames
BY MICHAEL R. DAVIS, GARY DAVIDSON, TIMOTHY ROBERTS, AND CHRISTOPHER CATO
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Volume 29, Number 3, Aug 2013
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  Physics-Based Learning Models for Ship Hydrodynamics
By Weymouth, Gabriel D.; Yue, Dick K.P.
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 57, Number 1,
March 2013 , pp. 1-12(12)
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  Uncertainty Analysis of Load Combination Factors for Global Longitudinal Bending Moments of Double-hull Tankers
By Teixeira, Angelo P.; Guedes Soares, C.; Chen, Nian-Zhong; Wang, Ge
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 57, Number 1,
March 2013 , pp. 42-58(17)
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  Comparisons Between Prediction and Experiment for Lift Force and Heel Moment for a Planing Hull
By Judge, Carolyn Q.
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 4,
February 2013 , pp. 36-46(11)
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  Ride Severity Index: A Simplified Approach for Comparing Peak Acceleration Responses of High-Speed Craft
By Riley, Michael R.; Coats, Tim; Haupt, Kelly; Jacobson, Donald
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 29, Number 1,
February 2013 , pp. 25-35(11)
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  Uniform-Panel Weld Shrinkage Data Model for Neat Construction Ship Design Engineering
By Yang, Yu-Ping; Castner, Harvey; Dull, Randy; Dydo, James R.; Fanguy, Dennis
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February 2013 , pp. 1-16(16)
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  Estimation of Resistance and Self-Propulsion Characteristics for Low L/B Twin-Skeg Container Ship by a High-Fidelity RANS Solver
By Sakamoto, Nobuaki; Kawanami, Yasutaka; Uto, Shotaro; Sasaki, Noriyuki
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March 2013 , pp. 24-41(18)
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*The following papers were published in the 2013 Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium Proceedings and will be added to our Technical Resource Library in our next migration of technical papers. Please have them contact tfaix@sname.org to purchase.

Uncertainties in the Wind-Heel Analysis of Traditional Sailing Vessels: The Challenges it Presents for Forensic Analysis of Sailing Incidents
There are many uncertainties in the interpretation of full-scale sailing vessel data taken under dynamic conditions, and even more uncertainties when forensic analysis is attempted based only on survivor’s recollections. Frequently, the analysis is based on static equilibrium assumptions, sometimes modified to steady-state motions of the wind and heeling response of the vessel. Dynamic conditions are generally non-deterministic and statistical methods must be used. Even more complicated is the non-stationary random process nature of most accidents.

In the wind-heel research carried out on Pride II, it has been shown that wave actions frequently adds uncertainty to the correct attribution of contributions to establishing the cause of resulting heeling action. The best data are found in steady 10 to 20 knot wind strengths in minimum waves found in the lee of a shoreline. This criteria can be interpreted as minimizing the uncertainties in characterizing the wind-heel performance of a given sail combination at normal angles of heel.

Examples of quasi steady-state response are presented in the paper as characterized by the Wind Heel Stiffness Ratio (WHSR), which is equal to the square of the apparent wind velocity in knots divided by the resulting heel angle in degrees. WHSR is not non-dimensional but is independent of the system of units, (SI vs. EG). The WHSR for each sail combination is most easily established by a maneuver the crew of Pride II has deemed “The Crazy Ivan.” However, it is uncertain whether this concept can make useful predictions at heel angles higher than those beyond GZmax in the absence of any good data taken during these conditions. CFD studies of various sail combinations provide very good agreement between the recorded wind-heels responses of the vessel up to deck edge submergence. The corresponding CFD predictions provide a method of predicting the normal wind heel responses of a traditional sailing vessel during the design process.

The paper discusses operational guidance uncertainties that appear as a “fork in the road” decision, with bearing away as one path and heading up as the other. The paper examines the tradeoffs in the decision making process relative to the type of vessel involved and the observable wind and sea conditions at the time. Recent attempts to re-analyze the dismasting of Pride II in 2005 and the sinking of the SV Concordia off Brazil in 2010 are also included.

Development of Volvo Ocean 65
For the 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race, the organizing authority made a dramatic shift in direction for the next two editions of the race opting to move to a smaller, less expensive yacht built to exceptionally strict one design standards. This paper outlines some of the motivations for this shift and details some of the critical features of the new Volvo Ocean 65 Design and how they compare to solutions on the previous Volvo Open 70 yachts. Discussion of the logistical complexities involved in building the fleet of boats in the required time is also discussed. A review of the structural design is included to illustrate the efforts to improve construction efficiency, reduce cost and dramatically improve robustness of the yacht structures while minimizing the weight additions that result. Finally we review some of the extensive quality control procedures and manufacturing technology that has been employed in an effort to achieve a fleet of one design yachts that are as identical as possible.

A Wind Tunnel Study of the Interaction Between Two Sailing Yachts
The interference between two yachts sailing in several conditions is investigated in the wind tunnel by using two similar yacht models, one of which is mounted on a force balance and other moved around the test section. The yachts were configured to sail close-hauled upwind at 20° apparent wind angle, downwind under asymmetric spinnaker at 60° and downwind under symmetric spinnaker at 120° apparent wind angle. The regions of positive and negative interference are determined through aerodynamic force measurement and flow disturbance measurement, and the sources of these effects investigated.

The Evolution of Design: SALTS’ New Sailing Training Schooner Project
The Sail and Life Training Society is building a new purpose-designed 35m wooden sail-training schooner for unrestricted foreign-going operations. Working with an international team of consultants, SALTS has initiated an ambitious agenda of analytical and experimental investigations to support design, including a parametric study of hull form as it relates to stability at high angles of heel, the development of bespoke parametric design and analysis tools using the graphical algorithm editor Grasshopper, a towing tank campaign at the Wolfson Unit to investigate the behavior of three keel profiles, and a wind tunnel campaign at Politecnico di Milano to investigate the behavior of fifteen sail plans. Preliminary results from these studies will be presented, set in the context of the unfolding story of the evolution of the design of the new vessel.

April 2013

   
  Sail Aerodynamics: On-Water Pressure Measurements on a Downwind Sail
By Viola, Ignazio Maria; Flay, Richard G. J.
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 4,
December 2012 , pp. 197-206(10)
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  A Wave Resistance Formulation for Slender Bodies at Moderate to High Speeds
By Taravella, Brandon M.; Vorus, William S.
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 4,
December 2012 , pp. 207-214(8)
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  Generalized Modes in Time-Domain Seakeeping Calculations
By Tuitman, Johan T.; Malenica, Šime; van 't Veer, Riaan
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 4,
December 2012 , pp. 215-233(19)
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  System Reliability of Ship Hull Structures Under Corrosion and Fatigue
By Kwon, Kihyon; Frangopol, Dan M.
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 4,
December 2012 , pp. 234-251(18)
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  Probabilistic Fire Safety Assessment of Passenger Ships
By Themelis, Nikos; Spyrou, Kostas J.
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 4,
December 2012 , pp. 252-275(24)
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Response of IACS URI Ship Structures to Real-time Full-scale Operational Ice Loads
Moving ice loads can incite significantly different structural responses in a steel grillage structure than can stationary ice loads. This is significant because the accepted standard for the design and analysis of ice-classed ship structures is to assume a stationary ice load (IACS URI I2.3.1). The following work utilizes the 4D Pressure Method (Quinton, Daley, and Gagnon 2012) to apply thirty-five of the most significant ice loads recorded during the USCGC Polar Sea trials (1982-86), to fourteen IACS URI PC1-7 classed grillages; using explicit finite element analyses. Two grillage variations for each of the seven PC classes were examined: grillages with "built T" framing and grillages with "flatbar" framing. In short, the following simulations directly employ real-time/real-space measured full-scale ice loads, and thus provide insight into the structural capabilities of the various IACS URI polar classes when subject to actual (moving) ice loads.

Arctic Offshore Structure EER Risk Based Standards and Methods of Risk Analysis
The Canadian Offshore Structure Performance Based EER Standards 2006 and International Standard ISO 19906 Arctic Offshore Structures 2010 were developed to help ensure that offshore structures deployed where arctic conditions prevail, provide the appropriate level of reliability with respect to personnel safety, environmental protection and asset value. Both standards address escape, evacuation and rescue (EER). The Canadian standard provides reliability targets for key elements and the totality of the EER process whereas the ISO standard addresses design, construction, transportation, installation and decommissioning phases of the structure. EER is a system that mitigates the effects of major accident hazards to personnel. A suite of risk analyses methodologies are typically employed to assess the EER philosophy and to confirm the provisions of the overall EER system design. The objectives of such analyses are to assess the design adequacy (from an EER perspective) at key stages in the design, to assess the impact of changes to the design that are proposed and to demonstrate that risks to personnel in the overall design are as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP). Following a general description of the Canadian and ISO standard’s EER risk and reliability based provisions, this paper provides an overview of some of the applicable risk methodologies including the EER analysis.

Development of Composite Sandwich Structures for Arctic Region
A cone shaped steel-concrete composite structure has been proposed for Arctic offshore structures. This type of cone structure is able to withstand the ice forces imposed thereon by impinging ice sheets and other larger masses of ice wherein the structure has an upper conical portion coaxially positioned relative to a lower cylindrical portion. This study explores the use of curved steel concrete-steel (SCS) sandwich system in the proposed arctic cone structure. SCS sandwich system, which combines the beneficial effects of steel and concrete materials, has shown promising benefits over conventional plates and stiffeners design and heavily reinforced concrete design because of their high strength to weight ratio. Shear connectors has been proposed to connect steel face plates and cementitious core material. The proposed SCS sandwich system can reduce structural complexity in particularly the number of weld joints which are prone to fatigue and corrosion, hence increase service life, cut down the cost of fabrication, and reduce the manpower cost to operate, inspect and maintain the structure in the long run. Considering local ice load, the punching shear strength of the SCS sandwich composite shell was studied experimentally. The SCS specimens were designed using the ISO ice pressure. The experimental results show that they possess far higher resistance against patch load caused by ice. Moreover, the load-deflection behavior of the curved SCS sandwich system is ductile and it can absorb a great deal of energy at failure.

Risk Based Approach to Operational Iceberg Management
Oil and gas exploration activities in iceberg populated waters require careful planning to ensure operations are conducted with the utmost attention to safety and environmental protection while minimizing iceberg related downtime. This paper describes a methodology for estimating downtime and providing a tool to plan ice management fleet requirements for operations.

January 2013

   
  A Simple Verification Test for Nonlinear Flow Calculations Around a Ship Hull Steadily Advancing in Calm Water
By Noblesse, Francis; Wang, Lijue; Yang, Chi
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 3,
September 2012, pp. 162-169(8)
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  Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis of the Scavenging Process in the MAN B&W 7S50MC Two-Stroke Marine Diesel Engine
By Lamas, María Isabel; Rodríguez Vidal, Carlos Gervasio
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 3,
September 2012, pp. 154-161(8)
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  Intelligent Quaternion Ship Domains for Spatial Collision Risk Assessment
By Wang, Ning
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 3,
September 2012 , pp. 170-182(13)
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  Near-Field Hydrodynamics of a Surface-Effect Ship
By Doctors, Lawrence J.
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 3,
September 2012 , pp. 183-196(14)
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  Prediction of Plate Bending by Multi Divisional Analysis in Induction Heating
By Lee, Young Hwa
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 3,
September 2012 , pp. 146-153(8)
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  Validation of Potential-Flow Estimation of Interaction Forces Acting upon Ship Hulls in Parallel Motion
By Sutulo, Serge; Soares, C. Guedes; Otzen, Janne F.
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 3,
September 2012 , pp. 129-145(17)
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  Addressing Complexity Aspects in Conceptual Ship Design: A Systems Engineering Approach
By Gaspar, Henrique M.; Rhodes, Donna H.; Ross, Adam M.; Erikstad, Stein Ove
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November 2012 , pp. 145-159(15)
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October 2012

   
  A comparison of methods for computing the added resistance
By Apostolidis, Agamemnon; Kokarakis, John; Merikas, Andreas
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 27, Number 3,
August 2011 , pp. 127-136(10)
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  Fatigue Life Assessment and Lifetime Management of Aluminum Ships Using Life-Cycle Optimization
By Kihyon Kwon And Dan M. Frangopol
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 2,
June 2012 , pp. 91-105(15)
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  Ship Springing Response in Finite Water Depth
By Jelena Vidic-Perunovic
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 2,
June 2012 , pp. 80-90(11)
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  Welding Distortion Analysis of Hull Blocks using Equivalent Load Method Based on Inherent Strain
By Yong Tai Kim, Tae Jun Kim, Tae Yoon Park And Chang Doo Jang
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 2,
June 2012 , pp. 63-70(8)
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  The Impact of Contracts on Ship Design Preparation
By Kenneth W. Fisher
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May 2012 , pp. 87-95(9)
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  A Numerical Study of a Two-Dimensional Stepped Planing Surface
By William R. Garland And Kevin J. Maki
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 28, Number 2,
May 2012, pp. 60-72(13)
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  Plug-In Hybrid Direct Current Distribution for Ferry Systems, Escort Tugs, and Harbor Vessels
By Vassili Rozine; John Ockerman
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 28, Number 2,
May 2012, pp. 82-86(5)
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  Automatic Generation of Assembly Sequence for the Planning of Outfitting Processes in Shipbuilding
By Yan Wei; Ubald Nienhuis
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 28, Number 2,
May 2012, pp. 49-59(11)
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  Statistics and Design Implications of Extreme Peak Vertical Accelerations from Slamming of Small Craft
By Leigh McCue
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 28, Number 3,
August 2012, pp. 112-127(16)
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  Modeling the Dry-Docking Cost - The Case of Tankers
By Agamemnon Apostolidis, JohnKokarakis, And Andreas Merikas
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August 2012, pp. 134-143(10)
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July 2012

   
  Corrosion-Dependent Ultimate Strength Assessment of Aged Box Girders Based on Experimental Results
By Saad-Eldeen, S.; Garbatov, Y.; Soares, C. Guedes
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 4,
December 2011 , pp. 289-300(12)
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  The Effect of Sloshing in Tanks on the Hull Girder Bending Moments and Structural Reliability of Damaged Vessels
By Jia, Huirong; Moan, Torgeir
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 1,
March 2012 , pp. 48-62(15)
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  Formulation of Design Charts for Composite Submarine Pressure Hulls
By Smith, Eur Ing Paul T.; Ross, Carl T. F.; Little, Dr. Andrew P. F.
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 28, Number 1,
February 2012 , pp. 20-41(22)
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  Integrated Electric Plants in Future Great Lakes Self-Unloaders
By Parsons, Michael G.; Singer, David J.; Denomy, Samuel J.
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 27, Number 4,
November 2011 , pp. 169-185(17)
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  Investigation of Twin-Screw Naval Ships Maneuverability Behavior
By Di Mascio, Andrea; Dubbioso, Giulio; Notaro, Chiara; Viviani, Michele
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 4,
December 2011 , pp. 221-248(28)
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  Maximum Air Suction Into a Louvered Funnel Through Optimum Design
By Mishra, Dipti P.; Dash, Sukanta K.
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 56, Number 1,
March 2012 , pp. 1-11(11)
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  A Particle Swarm Algorithm-Based Optimization for High-Strength Steel Structures
By Ehlers, Sören
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 28, Number 1,
February 2012 , pp. 1-9(9)
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  Trends in Industry Applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics for Maritime Flows
By Peric, Milovan; Bertram, Volker
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 27, Number 4,
November 2011 , pp. 194-201(8)
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  Verification and Validation of URANS Wave Resistance for Air Cushion Vehicles, and Comparison With Linear Theory
By Bhushan, S.; Stern, F.; Doctors, L. J.
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 4,
December 2011 , pp. 249-267(19)
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January 2012

   
  Cost-Effective Autonomous Robots for Ballast Water Tank Inspection
By Leif Christensen, Niklas Fischer, Sven Kroffke, Johannes Lemburg, And Reinhard Ahlers
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 27, Number 3,
August 2011 , pp. 127-136(10)
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  A Novel Ship Subdivision Method and its Application in Constraint Management of Ship Layout Design
By Deniz De Koningh, Herbert Koelman, And Hans Hopman
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 27, Number 3,
August 2011 , pp. 137-145(9)
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  Ship Drag Reduction by Air Bottom Ventilated Cavitation in Calm Water and in Waves
By Eduard Amromin, Gabor Karafiath, And Bryson Metcalf
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 3,
September 2011 , pp. 196-207(12)
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  Time-Variant Redundancy of Ship Structures
By Alberto Deco, Dan M. Frangopol, And Nader M. Okasha
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 3,
September 2011 , pp. 208-219(12)
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  Tacking Simulation of Sailing Yachts with New Model of Aerodynamic Force Variation During Tacking Maneuver
By Yu Taka Masuy Ama And Toichi Fukasawa
Source: 2011 Journal of Sailboat Technology
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  Experimental Investigation of Sail Aerodynamic Behavior in Dynamic Conditions
By Fabio Fossati And Sara Muggiasca
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October 2011

   
  Origin and Characteristics of the Spray Patterns Generated by Planing Hulls
By Daniel Savitsky And Michael Morabito
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 27, Number 2,
May 2011 , pp. 63-83(21)
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  Experimental and Numerical Study of Wave-Induced Load Effects of Open Ships in Oblique Seas
By Suji Zhu, Mingkang Wu, And Torgeir Moan
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 2,
June 2011 , pp. 100-123(24)
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  Measurement of Weld-Induced Deformations in Three-Dimensional Structures Based on Photogrammetry Technique
By B.Q. Chen, Y. Garbatov, Soares, And C. Guedes
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 27, Number 2,
May 2011 , pp. 51-62(12)
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  A Method for Assessment of the Survival Time of a Ship Damaged by Collision
By Martin Schreuder, Per Hogström, Jonas W. Ringsberg, Erland Johnson, And Carl-Erik Janson
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 2,
June 2011 , pp. 86-99(14)
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  Experience from SIMMAN 2008—The First Workshop on Verification and Validation of Ship Maneuvering Simulation Methods
By F. Stern, K. Agdrup, S.Y. Kim, A.C. Hochbaum, K.P. Rhee, F. Quadvlieg, P. Perdon, T. Hino, R. Broglia, And J. Gorski  
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 2,
June 2011 , pp. 135-147(13)
 
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  Development and Case Studies of Accuracy Evaluation System for Curved Shell Plates by Laser Scanner
By Kazuo Hiekata, Hiroyuki Yamato, Masakazu Enomoto, Yoshiaki Oida, Yoshiyuki Furukawa, Yuki Makino, And Taketoshi Sugihiro
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 27, Number 2,
May 2011 , pp. 84-90(7)
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  Ship Motion and Wave Radar Data Fusion for Shipboard Wave Measurement
By David C. Stredulinsky And Eric M. Thornhill  
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 2,
June 2011 , pp. 73-85(13)
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July 2011

   
  Beyond Hydrodynamic Design Optimization of Planing Craft 
By Admad F. Mohamad Ayob, Tapabrata Ray, and Warren F. Smith
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 27, Number 1,
February 2011 , pp. 1-13(13)
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  The Benefits and Cost Impact of Aluminum Naval Ship Structure 
By Thomas Lamb, Nathaniel Beavers, Thomas Ingram, and Anton Schieman
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 27, Number 1,
February 2011 , pp. 35-49(15)
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  Nonlinear Surge Dynamics of a Ship in Astern Seas: "Continuation Analysis" of Periodic States with Hydrodynamic Memory 
By Kostas J. Spyrou And Ioannis G. Tigkas  
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 1,
March 2011 , pp. 19-28(10)
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  Development of Distortion Modeling Methods for Large Welded Structures 
By Y.P. Yang, H. Castner, And N. Kapustka
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 27, Number 1,
February 2011 , pp. 26-34(9)
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  OPA 90: Double-Hull Tank Barges—A Small Pacific Northwest Barge Builder’s Experience
By J. Cameron Mckernan  
Source: Journal of Ship Production and Design, Volume 27, Number 1,
February 2011 , pp. 14-25(12)
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  A Viscous/Inviscid Interactive Approach for the Prediction of Performance of Hydrofoils and Propellers with Nonzero Trailing Edge Thickness
By Yulin Pan And Spyros A. Kinnas
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 1,
March 2011 , pp. 45-63(19)
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  Analytical Bow Waves for Fine Ship Bows with Rake and Flare
By Francis Noblesse, Gérard Delhommeau, Chi Yang, Hyun Yul Kim, and Patrick Queutey
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 1,
March 2011 , pp. 1-18(18) 
 
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  Nonlinear Computation of Water Impact of Axisymmetric Bodies
By Hongmei Yan And Yuming Liu
Source: Journal of Ship Research, Volume 55, Number 1,
March 2011 , pp. 29-44(16)
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April 2011

   
  Real-Time Strain Monitoring of a Navy Vessel During Open Water Transit by J. M. Nichols, M. Seaver, S. T. Trickey, K. Scandell, L. W. Salvino, and E. Aktas Read the Abstract
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  Development of a Fatigue Model Useful in Ship Routing Design by Wengang Mao, Jonas W. Ringsberg, Igor Rychlik, and Gaute Storhaug Read the Abstract
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  On The Influence of the Warping Shear Stress on the Hull Girder Strength by A. Campanile, M. Mandarino, and V. Piscopo 
 
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  Efficient Method Based on Optimization and Simulation for the Probabilistic Strength Computation of the Ship Hull, by Nader M. Okasha and Dan M. Frangopol Read the Abstract
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October 2010

   
  Hydrodynamics of the Ballast-Free Ship Revisited by Miltiadis Kotinis and Michael G. Parsons Read the Abstract
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  Transforming the Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Project Environment by Victoria Dlugokecki, Dennis Fanguy, Lisa Hepinstall, and David Tilstrom 
 
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  Development of the Decision-Making System for the Ship Block Logistics Based on the Simulation, by Jong Hun Woo, Young Joo Song, Yong Woo Kang, and Jong Gye Shin Read the Abstract
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July 2010

   
  Origin and Characteristics of the Spray Patterns Generated by Planing Hulls by Daniel Savitsky and Michael Morabito Read the Abstract
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  Study on Mixed Pulse Converter (MIXPC) Turbocharging System and Its Application in Marine Diesel Engines by Yi Cui, Hongzhong Gu, Kangyao Deng, and Shiyou Yang Read the Abstract
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  Dynamic Analysis and Injury Prediction for Small Craft Collisions by Robert S. Salzar, Joseph Ash, Scott R. Lucas, Christopher Planchak, Antony Dalton, Bryan Emond, and James E. Getz 
 
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  The Loss of Andrea Doria by William H. Garzke, Jr. and Pierette Domenica Simpson Read the Abstract
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  Testing of Acoustic Emission Technology to Detect Cracks and Corrosion in the Marine Environment by Ge Wang, Michael Lee, Chris Serratella, Stanley Botten, Sam Ternowchek, Didem Ozevin, Jack Thibault, and Rex Scott Read the Abstract
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  System Development and Applications of a Shipyard Layout Design Framework by Jong Gye Shin, Young Joo Song, Dong Kun Lee, and Jong Hun Woo Read the Abstract
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April 2010

An Integrated Approach towards Cost-Effective Operation of Ships with Reduced GHG eEmissions  by J. O. de Kat,, B. Cerup-Simonsen, O.G. Jakobsen, L. R. Pedersen, J. B. Petersen, and T. Posborg Read the Abstract
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  Recent Marine Robotics Research at Virginia Tech
By W. L. Neu, D. J. Stillwell, J. Jacobsen, A. Gadre, J. Schultz, D. Maczka, M. Martz, B. McCarter, J. Petrich, D. Spinello, B. Xu
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  “Ready to Design a Naval Ship? – Prove It!” by R. Keane, H. Fireman, J. Hough, D. Helgerson, and C. Whitcomb
 
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  Surface Wave Contours Associated with the Forebody Wake of Stepped Planing Hulls by Daniel Savitsky and Michael Morabito Read the Abstract
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  Some Recent Advances and Future Trends in Nonlinear Structural Mechanics for Ships and Offshore Structures by Jeom Kee Paik Read the Abstract
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 In Tribute to Riveted Ships by Harry Benford Read the Abstract
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  Experience with Carbon Fiber Tubes in Ship Propulsion by Gerhard Kirschey Abstract & Paper
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