Advances in marine structures : proceedings of the 3. by Carlos Guedes Soares; International Conference on Marine

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E. & Wang, G. 2002. Fiber Optic System for Ship Hull Monitoring. 15th IEEE Optical Fiber Sensors Conference, 1, pp. 435–438. A. A. 2009. Structural health monitoring of marine composite structural joints using embedded fiber Bragg grating strain sensors. Composite Structures, Volume 89, Issue 2, pp. 224–234. , Sucharski, D. & Cowper, B. 1997. State of the art in hull response monitoring systems. Report SSC-401, Ship Structure Committee. The research work for this paper has been partly funded by the European Commission under the Framework Programme 7, Grant Agreement 22083.

Recommendations for the Fitting of Hull Stress Monitoring Systems. Kujala et al. 2007. Maximum ice-induced loads on ships in the Baltic Sea. Proceedings of PRADS 2007, pp. 1278–1286. S. B. 2004. Recent applications of fiber optic sensors to health monitoring in civil engineering. Engineering Structures, Volume 26, Issue 11, pp. 1647–1657. indb 31 2/18/2011 5:40:09 PM Advances in Marine Structures – Guedes Soares & Fricke (eds) © 2011 Taylor & Francis Group, London, ISBN 978-0-415-67771-4 A hydroelastic investigation into the dynamic response characteristics of bulk carriers L.

Figure 16. Bottom and side plating elements. Preliminary finite element analysis A preliminary analysis has been carried out with two separate studies, one to investigate the ice load response of the hull shell and another for the forward winch deck support structure. The ice-load study used a three-dimensional shell model of the bow area below the main deck between frames 46 and 59, which is the area mainly affected by ice pressure loads when the vessel acts as an icebreaker. The decision to limit the modeled part of the vessel was based on the fact that longitudinal strength is more than adequate in this type of ships, because of their short length and the generally increased scantlings of their structures.

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