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Wave-induced vertical bending moment estimation by onboard tiltmeters units on container ship

Li, M. and Boulougouris, E. and Lazakis, I. and Theotokatos, G. (2016) Wave-induced vertical bending moment estimation by onboard tiltmeters units on container ship. In: International Conference of Maritime Safety and Operations 2016, 2016-10-13 - 2016-10-14, University of Strathclyde.

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    Abstract

    Full-scale measurements in oceangoing ships have shown that the relationship between bending moment with the curvature curve of hull girder. As part of the INCASS (Inspection Capabilities for Enhanced Ship Safety) EU FP7 project, this paper carried out an estimation of wave-induced vertical bending moment for cargo hold of the 4250 TEU container ship, based on the data of pitch angles processing from the Tiltmeter units placed on board. The results are enable to be processed to the Decision Support System (DSS), in order to assist to monitoring and risk analysis for ship structure and machinery the towards enhanced and efficient ship operations (Konstantinos, et al., 2015). The prediction values also provide a reference for the trend analy-sis of the past record signals (Ulrik Dam et al, 2015) for evaluation of longitudinal strength of container ship. The advance in different pitch angle response (deformation curvature) of hull girder can be as a development of modern decision support systems for guidance to the ship's master (Lloyd's Register, 2016)