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  • A method of determining and visualizing safe motion parameters of a ship navigating in restricted waters

    The paper presents a method of displaying ship collision avoidance information which is based on an unconventional Collision Threat Parameters Area (CTPA) technique. The solution presented here extends CTPA's functionality from past works by supporting navigation in restricted waters and handling ship domains analytically instead of numerically. It visualizes potential navigational threats as well as possible collision avoidance...

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  • Prediction of manoeuvring abilities of 10000 DWT pod-driven coastal tanker

    This paper aims to present a new approach in the prediction of manoeuvring abilities of pod-driven ships. A new mathematical model of motions based on MMG methodology was developed and a new type of description of forces acting on azimuth drives is presented. Captive model tests of medium-size coastal tanker and pod open water tests were carried out in CTO S.A. (Ship Design and Research Centre S.A.) to obtain hull hydrodynamic derivatives...

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  • Review of ship safety domains: Models and applications

    Ship safety domain is a term which is widely used in research on collision avoidance and traffic engineering among others. Classic ship domains have been compared in multiple reports. However, up till now there has been no work summing up contemporary research in this field. The paper offers a systematic and critical review of the newer ship domain models and related research. It discusses multiple differences in approach to ship...

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Year 2016
  • A decision-making system supporting selection of commanded outputs for a ship's propulsion system with a controllable pitch propeller

    - OCEAN ENGINEERING - Year 2016

    The ship's operators have to make decisions regarding the values of commanded outputs (commanded engine speed and pitch ratio) which ensure maximum vessel speed and minimum fuel consumption. Obviously, the presented decision problems are opposed. Therefore, there is a need for a compromise solution that enables more flexible vessel voyage planning. This paper deals with development of a computer-aided system supporting selection...

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  • An analysis of domain-based ship collision risk parameters

    According to a lot of contemporary research on ship collision avoidance the classic approach parameters – distance at closest point of approach (DCPA) and time to the closest point of approach (TCPA) – are not sufficient for estimating ship collision risk and for planning evasive manoeuvres. Consequently new measures are introduced, often utilizing the concept of a ship domain. Their drawback, up to this point, was the lack of...

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  • Experimental investigation of Steel–Concrete–Polymer composite barrier for the ship internal tank construction

    Transportation of dangerous cargo by ships demands ensuring an appropriate protection level in case of an accident. Two of the most dangerous accident types resulting in an oil spill are grounding and ship to ship collision. The article presents results of research on a new composite construction for a ship hull that increases structural safety during collision. The concept of semi-elastic Steel–Concrete–Polymer structure is presented....

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  • Numerical and experimental propeller noise investigations
    • S. Kowalczyk
    • J. Felicjancik

    - OCEAN ENGINEERING - Year 2016

    The standard propeller has been investigated in model scale, using medium size cavitation tunnel. The hydroacoustic characteristics of propellers under different loading conditions have been investigated. Additionally the presented experimental results have been used for the verification of applied numerical approach. During both numerical and experimental analyses non-uniform inflow propeller’s conditions have been adapted. Good...

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  • On ship roll resonance frequency

    - OCEAN ENGINEERING - Year 2016

    The paper deals with the problem of modeling of rolling motion under a variety of excitation parameters. Special emphasis is put on the analysis and prediction of the frequency of the resonant mode of rolling, since it is often an essential issue in terms of motion of a ship related to her safety against capsizing or excessive amplitudes of roll. The research is performed for both free rolling and excited rolling and it is based...

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Year 2015

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