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Influence of Different Restoring Stiffness Formulations on Hydroelastic Response of Large Container Ships

Ivo Senjanović ; University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
Neven Hadžić ; University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
Dae-Seung Cho ; Pusan National University, Busan, Korea

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 1.061 Kb

str. 279-304

preuzimanja: 485



Pronounced flexibility of modern container ships can cause falling into resonance with the encounter frequencies of ordinary sea spectrum causing consequently the occurrence of springing. In order to adequately capture such physical phenomena, hydroelasticity methodology for ship structure design has to be applied including the proper definition of the restoring stiffness, being one of the main hydroelastic analysis components. This paper deals with three current restoring stiffness formulations – the consistent one with distributed mass, the consistent one with lumped masses, and the complete one. Formulation of the restoring stiffness via the finite element method is developed as a very useful approach for practical utilization of the hydroelasticity methodology. The validity of the new developed approach is checked on the case of a regular barge. The hydroelasticity of one real life container ship is evaluated and the influence of different restoring stiffness formulations is considered.

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container ship, finite element method, geometric stiffness, hydroelasticity, restoring stiffness

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