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SECTION 1 Introduction
Section 2: Hull Structural Design with Higher-Strength Thick Steel Plates
SECTION 2 Hull Structural Design with Higher-Strength Thick Steel Plates
3 Selection of Material Grade
TABLE 1 Material Grade
5.1 Hull Girder Section Modulus
5.3 Hull Girder Moment of Inertia
5.5 Hull Girder Shearing Strength
TABLE 3 Material Factor and Strength
1.1 Testing and Inspection
1.5 Identification of Materials
1.7 Manufacturer’s Certificates
1.9 Identification of Specimens and Retests
1.11 Standard Test Specimens
1.13 Yield Strength and Elongation
1.15 Permissible Variations in Dimensions
1.17 Process of Manufacture
3.5 Cold Cracking Susceptibility
1 General
3 Nondestructive Inspection of Welds
3.1 General
3.3 New Construction
3.5 Vessels in Service
3.7 Requirements for Nondestructive Test
5 Prevention of Fatigue Failure
5.1 Fatigue Strength Assessment
5.3 Fatigue Strength Improvement of Welds
FIGURE 1 Grinding of Butt Weld
7 Prevention of Fracture Failure
7.3 Crack Stop Hole
FIGURE 2 Crack Stop Holes
7.5 High Toughness Weld
FIGURE 3 High Toughness Weld
7.7 Block Joint Shift
FIGURE 4 Block Joint Shift
9 Hull Girder Residual Strength
1 General
1.1 Note
1.3 Applicability
1.5 Loadings
1.7 Effects of Corrosion
1.9 Format of the Criteria
3 Connections to be Considered for the Fatigue Strength Assessment
3.1 General
3.3 Guidance on Locations
3.5 Fatigue Classification
TABLE 1 Fatigue Classification for Structural Details
3.5.2 Welded Joint with Two or More Load Carrying Members
TABLE 2 Welded Joint with Two or More Load Carrying Members
5 Fatigue Damage Calculation
5.1 Assumptions
5.3 Criteria
5.5 Long Term Stress Distribution Parameter, γ
5.7 Fatigue Damage
FIGURE 1 Basic Design S-N Curves
7 Fatigue Inducing Loads and Load Combination Cases
7.1 General
7.3 Wave-induced Loads
7.5 Combinations of Load Cases for Fatigue Assessment
TABLE 3 Combined Load Cases for Fatigue Strength Formulation
9 Determination of Wave Induced Stress Range
9.1 General
9.3 Hatch Corners
FIGURE 2 Hatch Corners at Decks and Coaming Top
FIGURE 7
FIGURE 8
11.5 Calculation of Hot Spot Stress at the Edge of Cut-out or Bracket
Appendix 2: Hull Girder Residual Strength
APPENDIX 2 Hull Girder Residual Strength
3 Vertical Hull Girder Residual Limit State
5 Vertical Hull Girder Residual Bending Moment Capacity
5.1 General
FIGURE 1 Bending Moment – Curvature Curve M-κ
5.3 Physical Parameters
FIGURE 2 Dimensions and Properties of Stiffeners
5.5 Calculation Procedure
5.7 Assumptions and Modeling of the Hull Girder Cross-Section
FIGURE 3 Example of Defining Structural Elements
5.9 Stress-strain Curves σ-ε (or Load-end Shortening Curves)
FIGURE 4 Example of Stress Strain Curves σ-ε
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Application of Higher-strength Hull Structural Thick Steel Plates in Container Carriers

Application of Higher-strength Hull Structural Thick Steel Plates in Container Carriers

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ABS Guide for APPLICATION OF HIGHER-STRENGTH HULL STRUCTURAL THICK STEEL PLATES IN CONTAINER CARRIERS.
ABS Guide for APPLICATION OF HIGHER-STRENGTH HULL STRUCTURAL THICK STEEL PLATES IN CONTAINER CARRIERS.

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