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Mauro, F. (author), Vassalos, Dracos (author), Paterson, Donald (author), Boulougouris, Evangelos (author)
Theory and application of damage stability followed over the years two dissociated paths: static assessments and dynamic simulations. The first approach, being easy to apply and understand, has been preferred by ship designers and regulators; the second, more advanced and first-principle oriented, has been mainly reserved for research or high...
journal article 2023
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Mauro, F. (author), Vassalos, Dracos (author)
The in-force probabilistic framework for passenger ship survivability assessment covers collision hazards. The framework primarily pertains to a static approach. Nonetheless, more complex dynamic analyses usually employ the same damage definitions, adding besides the breach characteristics, the environmental condition selection or, more...
journal article 2023
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Vassalos, D. (author), Paterson, D. (author), Mauro, F. (author)
Flooding risk identification is a task always treated within a very narrow scope between the life-cycle of a passenger ship. Therefore, different approaches and methods are available for design, operational or onboard applications. Furthermore, the models employed and proposed solutions use simplified methods based on empirical or...
journal article 2023
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Milatz, Bas (author)
The probabilistic damage stability method offers great design freedom when used as a base of design. However, due to the complexity of the calculation and amount of parameters that influence the attained index, much of this freedom is not being harnessed by designers. This research tries to give the designer more insight in where to look when...
master thesis 2022
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Mauro, F. (author), Vassalos, Dracos (author), Paterson, Donald (author), Boulougouris, Evangelos (author)
A more contemporary damaged stability assessment of a passenger ship can be addressed with a non-zonal approach, assessing multiple damage types and environmental conditions and employing dynamic analysis for ship survivability. This direct method necessitates the generation and simulation of many damage scenarios. However, the probabilistic...
journal article 2022
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Mauro, F. (author), Vassalos, Dracos (author), Paterson, Donald (author)
The damaged stability assessment for a passenger ship is a process requiring the simulation of multiple damage scenarios. Nevertheless, the stochastic nature of the damage stability framework requires the analysis of a statistically significant number of cases. On the other hand, the probability density functions used to estimate the possible...
journal article 2022
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Vassalos, Dracos (author), Paterson, Donald (author), Mauro, F. (author), Mujeeb-Ahmed, M. P. (author), Boulougouris, Evangelos (author)
Development of damage stability as a scientific subject, specifically in damage ship hydrodynamics and, generally, flooding risk assessment, has evolved primarily by inquisitive academics with support by people with vision and passion towards maritime safety enhancement from industry and Government, the latter in the wake of serious accidents...
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de Vos, J. (author), Hekkenberg, R.G. (author), Koelman, H.J. (author)
In recent years, a significant amount of research has been conducted on autonomous ships. Since it is assumed that these ships will sail with a significantly reduced crew or even without people on board, the design of the ship needs reconsideration. The absence of people on board and the associated safety measures could result in a more...
journal article 2020
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Aanesland, Vidar (author)
conference paper 1995
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