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50599161 Condition Assessment of Aged Ships

50599161 Condition Assessment of Aged Ships

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INTERNATIONAL SHIP ANDOFFSHORE STRUCTURES CONGRESS20-25
 
AUGUST 2006SOUTHAMPTON, UKVOLUME 2
COMMITTEE V.6
CONDITION ASSESSMENT OF AGED SHIPS
COMMITTEE MANDATE
Concern for the development of methods for assessing the serviceability and safety of agedsteel ships. This shall include assessment of the structural condition (in view of corrosion,fatigue cracking and local denting), methods for repair, quantification of strength of deteriorated and repaired ships (as well as criteria for acceptable damage), with due accountof the uncertainties involved. Consideration shall be given to cost-benefit and risk-baseddecision procedures for remedial actions.
COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Chairman: J K Paik F BrennanC A CarlsenC DaleyY GarbatovL IvanovC M RizzoB C SimonsenN YamamotoH Z Zhuang
KEYWORDS
Condition assessment, aged ships, age related deterioration, corrosion wastage, fatiguecracking, local denting, cost-benefit remedial actions, risk assessment, risk-based inspection,risk-based maintenance and repair.
 
 
 
ISSC Committee V.6: Condition Assessment Of Aged Ships 267
CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION.......................................................................................................2692. CURRENT PRACTICES FOR CONDITION ASSESSMENT.................................2692.1 Condition Assessment Scheme............................................................................2692.2 Enhanced Survey Programme..............................................................................2702.3 Condition Assessment Programme......................................................................2722.4 Guidelines for Surveys, Assessment and Repair.................................................2722.5 Emergency Response Services............................................................................2722.6 Ship Inspection Report Programme.....................................................................2722.7 Insurance Inspection............................................................................................2733. MECHANISMS OF AGE RELATED DETERIORATION......................................2733.1 Corrosion Wastage...............................................................................................2733.2 Fatigue Cracking..................................................................................................2753.3 Local Denting.......................................................................................................2764. DAMAGE DETECTION AND MEASUREMENT METHODS..............................2774.1 Corrosion Detection and Measurements..............................................................2794.1.1 Current Practice...............................................................................2794.1.2 Other Advanced Methods...............................................................2804.2 Fatigue Crack Detection and Measurement.........................................................2814.3 Mechanical Damage Detection and Measurement..............................................2824.4 Uncertainties and their Sources Associated with DamageDetection and Measurement................................................................................2825. MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF AGE RELATED DETERIORATION..............2835.1 Corrosion Wastage Models.................................................................................2845.2 Fatigue Cracking Damage Models......................................................................2875.3 Corrosion Fatigue Models...................................................................................2885.4 Local Denting Damage Models...........................................................................2886. CORRECTIVE / PROTECTIVE MEASURES FOR AGE RELATEDDETERIORATION.....................................................................................................2886.1 Corrosion Correction / Protection Measures.......................................................2886.2 Fatigue Crack Correction / Protection Measures.................................................2906.3 Mechanical Damage Correction / Protection Measures......................................2927. RELIABILITY ANALYSIS OF AGED SHIPS.........................................................2927.1 Status Assessment................................................................................................2927.2 Load Models........................................................................................................2937.3 Strength Models...................................................................................................2947.4 Limit State Criteria...............................................................................................2947.5 Hull Girder Strength Reliability Analysis............................................................2957.6 Target Reliability Index.......................................................................................295

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