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Volume 177, 2018The 5th International Seminar on Ocean and Coastal Engineering, Environmental and Natural Disaster Management (ISOCEEN 2017)
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|Published online||04 July 2018|
Study on ultimate strength of ship’s hull considering cross section and beam finite element.
Hasanuddin University, Engineering Faculty, Department of Ocean Engineering, 92172 Gowa, South Sulawesi,
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The objective of the present research is to study the ultimate strength of ship’s hull considering cross section and beam finite element under longitudinal bending. The single hull bulk carrier and double hull oil tanker are taken to be analysed. The one-frame space of ship is considered in the calculation. The cross section of ship’s hull is divided into element composed plate and stiffened plate. The cross section is assumed to be remained plane and the simply supported is imposed to both side of the cross section. The longitudinal bending moment is applied to the cross section for hogging and sagging condition. The Smith’s method is adopted and implemented into the in-house program of the cross section and beam finite element to calculate the ultimate strength of ship’s hull. The result of the ultimate strength for hogging and sagging condition obtained by considering the cross section and beam finite element is compared with one another.
Key words: Sedimentation / Morphological Changes / Kenjeran-Surabaya
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