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Michael D. A. Mackney
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Portsmouth, 1993.
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Investigation of the Hull-Superstructure Interaction in order to Predict the Contribution of Superstructures to Hull Girder Strength Introduction Hull and Superstructure Interaction Problem Ship Structure and Rule Based Analysis Strength Analysis by.
The paper investigates the interaction between the hull and the superstructure in optimised passenger ships when exposed to bending loads. The coupled beam theory was applied to extend the basic.
Hull-superstructure interaction, including use of expansion joints. Define hogging and sagging. Identify waves which can increase hogging and sagging.
Define the neutral axis of a structural cross section and know its significance to bending stress. Use the elastic flexure formula to describe the distribution of bending stress. Hull-Superstructure Interaction. It has been observed that the presence of a superstructure on the main deck reduces the bending stress at the deck from the stress value predicted by the beam bending theory.
This is because of the interaction of the shear stresses with the bending stress at the ends of the superstructures. Finishing for a range of exterior surfaces, including hull, superstructure and deck heads.
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Crawford  was the first Hull-superstructure interaction book develop the method based on the two-beam theory, taking into account the longitudinal shear force and the vertical force due to the hull-superstructure interaction.
Bleich's approach  is similar to that of Crawford, but describing a straightforward procedure for computation of normal stresses for prismatic beams. A superstructure is an upward extension of an existing structure above a baseline. This term is applied to various kinds of physical structures such as buildings, bridges, or ships having the degree of freedom zero (in the terms of theory of machines).
1 Aboard ships and large boats. 3 Earthquake protection. 5 External links. Superstructure (ship) synonyms, Superstructure (ship) pronunciation, Superstructure (ship) translation, English dictionary definition of Superstructure (ship).
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In recent years significant advances have been made in the development of methods and modeling procedures for structural assessment of marine structures.
Various assessment methods are incorporated in the methods used to analyze and design efficient ship. A superstructure is an upward extension of an existing structure above a baseline called Ground Level in general and it usually serves the purpose of the structure's intended use.
In Buildings, the portion of the structure that is above ground lev. Advances in Marine Structures - CRC Press Book. In recent years significant advances have been made in the development of methods and modeling procedures for structural assessment of marine structures.
Various assessment methods are incorporated in the methods used to analyze and design efficient ship structures, as well as in the methods of stru. This paper presents a design environment capable of embedding multiple quality criteria for structural design and to provide the decision support problem (DSP) rationale for Cited by: 4.
Hull-Superstructure Interaction. It has been observed that the presence of a superstructure on the main deck reduces the bending stress at the deck from the stress value predicted by the beam bending theory.
This is because of the interaction of the shear stresses with the bending stress at the ends of the superstructures. COURSE OUTLINE CIVLShip Structures I, 3 credits, Term 1, Schedule either as an eBook or as a regular book in the UBC library: [RT] Rawson & Tupper (), “Basic Ship Theory, Combined Volume, Fifth Edition” o Hull-superstructure interaction o Buoyancy and weight distribution curves.
Some applicable methods used for global structural response of multi-deck ships. Large number of papers and studies, dealing with the modeling of the hull superstructure interaction, as the most important structural issue for multi-deck ships, has been published over last 60 by: If T is the thrust exerted by the propellers and F H and F R act at angles α and γ relative to the middle line plane then, for a steady turn with forces acting as shown in Figurethese forces must lead to the radial force ΔV 2 /R, i.e.
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De revolutionibus orbium coelestium (On the Revolutions of the Investigation of the hull-superstructure interaction in order to predict the contribution of superstructures to hull girder strength. The following main forces exciting vibrations of ship hull and superstructure (Fig.1) were considered [1,12]: 1.
propeller-induced pressure pulses upon the ship transom deck 2. dynamic reactions of the thrust bearing to non-coupled lon-gitudinal vibration of the power transmission system (ge-nerated by axial hydrodynamic force of the propeller). Superstructure Bridge etc which rises above the ship's main structure.
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