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INTERNATIONAL SHIP ANDOFFSHORE STRUCTURES CONGRESS16-21 AUGUST 2009SEOUL, KOREAVOLUME 1
COMMITTEE I.2
LOADS
COMMITTEE MANDATE
Concern for environmental and operational loads from waves, wind, current, ice,slamming, sloshing, weight distribution and operational factors. Consideration shall begiven to deterministic and statistical load prediction based on model experiments, full-scale measurements and theoretical methods. Uncertainties in load estimations shall behighlighted.
COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Chairman: P. TemarelX. B. ChenA. ErginG. HermanskiO. A. HermundstadS. E. HirdarisR. HuijsmansK. IijimaS. A. MavrakosG. L. PetrieH. RenL. SebastianiB. S. Yu
KEYWORDS
Cables and Risers, CFD, Design Waves, Fatigue, Hydroelasticity, Ice Loads,Measurements, Moonpools, Multi-Bodies, Probabilistic Methods, Uncertainties, VIV,Wave Loads.
 
 
 
ISSC Committee I.2: Loads 129
CONTENTS
1.
 
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................... 131
 
2.
 
COMPUTATION OF WAVE-INDUCED LOADS .......................................... 131
 
2.1
 
Zero Speed Case ..................................................................................... 131
 
2.1.1
 
Body-wave Interactions ........................................................... 131
 
2.1.2
 
Effects of varying Bathymetry ................................................ 134
 
2.1.3
 
Multi-body Interactions ........................................................... 135
 
2.1.4
 
Body-wave-current Interactions .............................................. 138
 
2.2
 
Forward Speed Case ............................................................................... 139
 
2.2.1
 
Overview of Methods .............................................................. 139
 
2.2.2
 
Level 1: Linear Methods ......................................................... 140
 
2.2.3
 
Level 2: Froude-Krylov Nonlinear Methods .......................... 142
 
2.2.4
 
Level 3: Body-nonlinear Methods .......................................... 144
 
2.2.5
 
Level 4: Body-exact Methods (Weak Scatterer) ..................... 145
 
2.2.6
 
Level 5: Fully nonlinear Methods (Smooth Waves) ............... 145
 
2.2.7
 
Level 6: Fully nonlinear Methods ........................................... 146
 
2.3
 
Loads from Abnormal Waves................................................................. 148
 
2.4
 
Hydroelasticity ........................................................................................ 149
 
2.4.1
 
Theoretical Methods ................................................................ 149
 
2.4.2
 
Ship Structures ......................................................................... 150
 
2.4.3
 
Specialist Structures ................................................................. 153
 
3.
 
SHIP STRUCTURES – SPECIALIST TOPICS ................................................ 154
 
3.1
 
Model Tests ............................................................................................. 154
 
3.2
 
Full-scale Measurements and Structural Monitoring ............................. 155
 
3.3
 
Ice Loads ................................................................................................. 157
 
3.4
 
Global Structural Analysis ...................................................................... 160
 
3.4.1
 
Global Structural Analysis by Classification Societies .......... 161
 
3.4.2
 
Design Waves and Design Loads ............................................ 162
 
3.4.3
 
Structural and Hydrodynamic Models .................................... 163
 
3.4.4
 
Structural Analysis and Strength Assessment ......................... 163
 
3.4.5
 
Recent Research and Developments ....................................... 164
 
3.5
 
Sloshing - ship motions coupling ........................................................... 166
 
4.
 
OFFSHORE STRUCTURES SPECIALIST TOPICS .................................... 166
 
4.1
 
Cables, Risers and Moored Structures ................................................... 166
 
4.2
 
Vortex-induced Vibrations (VIV) .......................................................... 169
 
4.2.1
 
Full-scale Measurements ......................................................... 169
 
4.2.2
 
Model-scale Experiments ........................................................ 170
 
4.2.3
 
 Numerical Simulation .............................................................. 171
 
4.3
 
Moonpools .............................................................................................. 174
 
4.4
 
VLFS, TLP and Semi-submersibles ....................................................... 176
 

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