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Assessment of reliability of ship structures

Assessment of reliability of ship structures

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Published by Ship Structure Committee, National Technical Information Service, distributor] in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shipbuilding -- United States,
  • Reliability (Engineering) -- United States,
  • Structural failures -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAssessment of reliability of existing ship structures
    SeriesSSC -- 398, Ship Structure Committee publications -- SSC-398
    ContributionsMansour, A, United States. Ship Structure Committee, Mansour Engineering, inc
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14494073M
    OCLC/WorldCa42242927

    The development of reliability-based design criteria for surface ship structures needs to consider the following three components: (1) loads, (2) structural strength, and (3) methods of reliability analysis. A methodology for reliability-based design of ship structures is provided in this Size: KB.   Reliability-Based Structural Design of Ship-Type FPSO Units Hai-Hong Sun “On the Reliability of Ship Structures in Different Coastal Areas,” Structural Safety and Reliability, Shiraishi, Shinozuka and Wen, eds., A. A. Assessment of Reliability of Ship Structures, Ship Structure Committee, SSC Gordo, J. M., Guedes Soares Cited by:

    In assessing the life expectancy of a ship structure, one must consider the through life degradation of the structural system and its potential failure modes. This paper describes the fundaments of a reliability-based method for life expectancy analysis of shipFile Size: KB. the objectives of this project are to demonstrate how to assess the structural reliability of existing naval ships, and to quantify the effect of design changes on the reliability of these ships. this will be accomplished by adapting and combining procedures for structural analysis of ships, and methods for reliability assessreent.

      Recent research and development in the area of design methodologies related to safety and reliability of ship structures is reviewed, focusing on some relevant probabilistic approaches used for the load and resistance factor design (LRFD) of ship hulls against by: ranges of target reliability levels were selected for the limit states. (6) Partial safety factors f or the ranges of target reliability levels were calculated based on level 2 reliability methods. The paper includes a detailed description of the methodology, and sample rules for ship structures with computational examples. Size: KB.


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Ship structures suffer various types of damage while in service. Age-related structural degradations Time-variant Ultimate Strength Reliability Assessment of Ship Hulls: Basics, Models, Methods: Jianwei Bai: : Books. The aim of this paper is to provide a rational reliability assessment of ship structures under multiple hazards during their lifetime.

These hazards cause both progressive and shock deteriorations of Cited by: 3. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Reliability of Aged Ship Structures. In book: Condition Assessment of Aged Structures, Publisher: Woodhead Publishing Limited, Editors: Paik, J. & Melchers, R, pp carried out the. Organized in five parts, the book covers basic structural design principles, strength, fatigue and fracture, and reliability and risk assessment, providing all the knowledge needed for limit-state design and re-assessment of existing structures.

The term “marine structures” refers to ship and offshore structures. The objective of this book is to summarize the latest developments of design codes, engineering practices, and research in the form of a book, focusing on applications of finite element analysis and risk/reliability methods.

The works discuss recently developed mathematical tools for the reliability assessment of marine structures subjected to the degrading effect of corrosion and fatigue. the calculated reliability is sufficient or not and modify the concept if necessary. For the reliability calculation and analysis of ship structure, the following information is required: loads, resistance and reliability methods.

In chapter 4, loads have been introduced, so this chapter will focus on resistance (strength) of ship structure. Reliability Methods for Ship Structures. a methodology for reliability assessment of structures based on a fuzzy definition of failure is developed. The significance of the contribution is in.

Notes in Structural Reliability Theory And Risk Analysis Content: Page was considered as a measure of the reliability of the structure. In codes of practice for structural sys-tems values for loads, strengths and safety factors are prescribed.

Figure 2. Principal flow diagram of risk assessment. THE SHIP STRUCTURE COMMllTEE Paper presented al the Ship Structures Symposium ’93 Sheraton National Hotel, Arlington, Virginia, NovemberA Methodology for Reliability Assessment of Ship Structures E.

Nikolaidisl, O. Hughes ~, B.M. Ayyub2 and G.J. White3 lAerospace and Ocean Engineering, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia.

Assessment of data for structural analysis for the Ultimate Limit State (ULS) and the Fatigue Limit State (FLS) is described. Considerations on in-service inspection and requirements to extension of service life of structures are presented.

A section on mitigation of structures is included. The aim of the present paper is to develop and demonstrate a procedure for assessment of ship hull girder ultimate strength reliability taking into account the degradation of primary members due. Tetsuya Yao, Masahiko Fujikubo, in Buckling and Ultimate Strength of Ship and Ship-Like Floating Structures, Initial Imperfections due to Welding.

Ship structure is a box girder composed of stiffened plates such as deck plating, side shell plating, and bottom plating. Ship-like floating structure also has the same structure as ship structure. The aim in structural reliability analysis is calculation of failure probability in which failure is defined as violation of limit state function.

Structural systems and approaches to estimate their reliability, depending on the configuration of the system, will be discussed in Sections and Fatigue reliability of ship structural details was also addressed and further developed.

The methodology was demonstrated on four ships; two cruisers, a double hull tanker and an SL-7 containership. Reliability levels associated with each mode of failure of these ships were determined and compared.

Paper presented al the Ship Structures Symposium ’93 Sheraton National Hotel, Arlington, Virginia, NovemberA Methodology for Reliability Assessment of Ship. This report outlines the project technical goals and strategy to approach the reliability assessment from three technical directions: 1.

direct prediction of fatigue damage, 2. prediction of exceeding specified load thresholds, and 3. simulation and prediction of ocean waves. sign of ship structure. The first one, the oldest, is called rule-based design.

It is mainly based on the rules defined by the classification societies. Hughes (3) states: In the past, ship structural design has been largely empir-ical, based on accumulated experience and ship perform-ance, and expressed in the form of structural design codesFile Size: KB.

Fatigue reliability of ship structural details was also addressed and further developed. The methodology was demonstrated on four ships; two cruisers, a double hull tanker and an SL-7 containership.

Reliability levels associated with each mode of failure of these ships were determined and by:. Successfully estimate risk and reliability, and produce innovative, yet reliable designs using the approaches outlined in Offshore Structural Engineering: Reliability and Risk Assessment.A hands-on guide for practicing professionals, this book covers the reliability of offshore structures with an emphasis on the safety and reliability of offshore facilities during analysis, design, inspection Cited by: 7.Shu Z.

and Moan T. Reliability analysis of a bulk carrier in ultimate limit state under combined global and local loads in the hogging and alternate hold loading condition. Journal of Marine Structures, v, no.1,p Shu Z.

Uncertainty Assessment of Wave Loads and Ultimate Strength of Tankers and Bulk Carriers in a Reliability File Size: 1MB.Assessment of Reliability of Existing Ship Structures: 04/30/ SSC Strength and Stability Testing of Stiffened Plate Components: 04/23/ SSC Weld Detail Fatigue Life Improvement Techniques: 08/26/ SSC State of the Art in Hull Monitoring Systems: 10/30/ SSC Guide to Damage Tolerance Analysis of Marine Structures: 10/30/ SSC