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MARINE STRUCTURES

ISSN:

0951-8339

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1873-4170

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  • Civil engineering and transport (Engineering and Technology)
  • Materials engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Mechanical engineering (Engineering and Technology)

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Year 2021 200 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
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2019 200 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2018 45 A
2017 45 A
2016 45 A
2015 45 A
2014 40 A
2013 45 A
2012 40 A
2011 40 A
2010 27 A
2009 27 A
2008 27 A

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2019 4.9
2018 4.5
2017 4.5
2016 4
2015 3.4
2014 3.3
2013 3
2012 3.1
2011 2.5

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Year 2022
  • Underwater wet welding of S1300 ultra-high strength steel

    Marine Structures Volume 81, January 2022, 103120 Underwater wet welding of S1300 ultra-high strength steel Author links open overlay panelJacekTomkówGrzegorzRogalski https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marstruc.2021.103120 Get rights and content Under a Creative Commons licenseopen access Highlights • Technological method of S1300 steel underwater weldability improving was proposed. • Number of cracks and hardness of welded joints was...

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Year 2018
  • MARSTRUCT benchmark study on nonlinear FE simulation of an experiment of an indenter impact with a ship side-shell structure
    Publication
    • J. Ringsberg
    • J. Amdahl
    • B. Chen
    • S. Cho
    • S. Ehlers
    • Z. Hu
    • J. Kubiczek
    • M. Kõrgesaar
    • B. Liu
    • J. Marinatos... and 11 others

    - MARINE STRUCTURES - Year 2018

    This paper presents a benchmark study on collision simulations that was initiated by the MARSTRUCT Virtual Institute. The objective was to compare assumptions, finite element models, modelling techniques and experiences between established researchers within the field. Fifteen research groups world-wide participated in the study. An experiment involving a rigid indenter penetrating a ship-like side structure was used as the case...

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Year 2017

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