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An overview of the current research on stability of ships and ocean vehicles

Themelis, Nikolaos and Manderbacka, Teemu and Bačkalov, Igor and Boulougouris, Evangelos and Eliopoulou, Eleftheria and Hashimoto, Hirotada and González, Marcos Míguez and Konovessis, Dimitrios and Leguen, Jean-François and Rodríguez, Claudio A. and Rosén, Anders and Ruponen, Pekka and Shigunov, Vladimir and Schreuder, Martin and Terada, Daisuke (2018) An overview of the current research on stability of ships and ocean vehicles. In: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on the Stability of Ships and Ocean Vehicles. Osaka University, Japan, pp. 27-48.

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Abstract

The paper analyses the state-of-the-art and future perspectives by reviewing a selection of papers published in STAB2015, ISSW2016 & 2017. These works have been organized in different sections, according to the main thematic areas of research, covering intact and damage stability, regulatory issues including probabilistic approaches, advanced numerical methods for ship motion and stability failure prediction including roll damping, operational issues related to ship stability and environmental modelling. Furthermore, the challenges of feeding back to the educational process the research conducted are discussed. This review paper is a joint effort within the SRDC (Stability R&D Committee).