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Investigation of the 2nd generation of intact stability criteria in parametric rolling and pure loss of stability

Liu, Haipeng and Turan, Osman and Boulougouris, Evangelos (2015) Investigation of the 2nd generation of intact stability criteria in parametric rolling and pure loss of stability. In: STAB2015. University of Strathclyde, pp. 701-710.

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Abstract

The International Maritime Organisation is developing the second generation intact stability criteria which include parametric rolling, pure loss of stability and the other three failure modes. This paper will focus on the application of the draft parametric rolling and pure loss of stability criteria on the well-known post-Panamax C11 class containership and a high speed containership developed in the FASTPOD project. The roll amplitude calculated from the proposed analytical method in level 2 parametric rolling criteria is compared to experiment results. The influence of the main particulars on the check by the criteria is investigated.