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Naval Ship Design

Naval Ship Design

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INTERNATIONAL SHIP ANDOFFSHORE STRUCTURES CONGRESS20-25
 
AUGUST 2006SOUTHAMPTON, UKVOLUME 2
COMMITTEE V.5
NAVAL SHIP DESIGN
COMMITTEE MANDATE
Concern for structural design methods for naval ships including uncertainties in modelingtechniques. Consideration shall be given to applicability of classification society rules todesign of naval ships. Particular attention shall be given to those aspects that differentiatenaval ship design from merchant ship design such as blast loading, vulnerability analysisand others, as appropriate.
COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Chairman: G AsheT BosmanF ChengR DowS FerrarisL FerreiroP KaedingH KanekoD McGeorgeM NorwoodJ Park 
KEYWORDS
Navy, naval, military, classification, Rules, criteria
 
 
 
ISSC committee V.5: Naval Ship Design 215
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1. INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................2172. HISTORY OF STRUCTURAL DESIGN COMMERCIAL VS NAVAL..2173. RECENT TRENDS IN NAVAL VESSEL DESIGN.....................................2204. NAVAL STRUCTURAL DESIGN PHILOSOPHY......................................2214.1 Traditional Navy Approaches.............................................................2214.1.1 United Kingdom Royal Navy (RN)....................................2224.1.2 Canadian Navy (CN)...........................................................2224.1.3 German Navy (GN).............................................................2234.1.4 Korean Navy (KN)..............................................................2234.1.5 Italian Navy (IN).................................................................2234.1.6 Royal Netherlands Navy (RNN).........................................2234.1.7 US Navy (USN)..................................................................2244.2 Naval Classification Rules Approaches..............................................2244.2.1 American Bureau of Shipping (ABS).................................2254.2.2 Det Norske Veritas (DNV).................................................2254.2.3 Germanischer Lloyd (GL)...................................................2254.2.4 Registro Italiano Navale (RINA)........................................2265. STRUCTURAL DESIGN FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ANDOPERATIONAL LOADS...............................................................................2275.1 Introduction.........................................................................................2275.2 Design for Environmental Loads........................................................2285.2.1 Wave induced loads............................................................2285.2.2 Slam induced whipping loads.............................................2295.2.3 Local slamming...................................................................2295.2.4 Impact of environmental loads on naval vessel topside......2305.2.5 Thermal Loads.....................................................................2305.2.6 Ice Loads.............................................................................2305.2.7 Ultimate Strength................................................................2305.2.8 Fatigue.................................................................................2315.3 Design for Operational Loads.............................................................2315.3.1 Vibrations............................................................................2315.3.2 Loads deriving from the take off, landing andparking of aircraft................................................................2325.3.3 Own weapons loads.............................................................2325.3.4 Loads due to replenishment activities.................................2326. STRUCTURAL DESIGN FOR MILITARY LOADS...................................2326.1 Overview.............................................................................................2336.2 Above Water Weapons Effects...........................................................2336.2.1 External Blast Events..........................................................2346.2.2 Internal Blast.......................................................................234

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