dr hab. inż. Przemysław Krata
- Profesor uczelni w Instytut Budowy Okrętów
Słowa kluczowe Pomoc
- collision avoidance
- ships manoeuvering
- collision avoidance manoeuvres
- collision risk
- ship domain
- accident frequency
- collision avoidance dynamic critical area (cadca) evasive maneuver maritime risk and safety ship maneuvering area last-minute maneuver (lmm) colregs
- collision-prone locations
- combined method, sea conditions, ship speed, fuel consumption, powertrain load, artificial neural network (ann)
- containerization, container loading, ship's deck elevation, stochastic process, ship's stability, container terminal, ship's motion, cargo loading
Ship domain applied to determining distances for collision avoidance manoeuvres in give-way situations
Ship domain is often used in marine navigation and marine traffic engineering as a safety condition. The basic idea behind those applications is that an encounter of two or more ships can be considered safe if neither of ship domains is intruded by other ships. Research utilising this approach has been documented in numerous works, including publications on optimising collision avoidance manoeuvres performed to fulfil domain-based...
Ship weather routing optimization with dynamic constraints based on reliable synchronous roll prediction
Ship routing process taking into account weather conditions is a constrained multi-objective optimization problem and it should consider various optimization criteria and constraints. Formulation of a stability-related, dynamic route optimization constraint is presented in this paper. One of the key objectives of a cross ocean sailing is finding a compromise between ship safety and economics of operation. This compromise should...
Determination of the dynamic critical maneuvering area in an encounter between two vessels: Operation with negligible environmental disruption
This paper introduces the concept of Collision Avoidance Dynamic Critical Area (CADCA) for onboard Decision Support Systems (DSS). The indicator proposed is derived via identification of a minimum required maneuvering zone in an encounter between two vessels. The CADCA model accounts for ship maneuvering dynamics and associated hydrodynamic actions emerging from different rudder angles and forward speed effects. The method presented...
Uzyskane stopnie/tytuły naukowe
Nadanie stopnia naukowegodr hab. inż. Transport (Dziedzina nauk technicznych)Wydział Nawigacyjny Uniwersytetu Morskiego w Gdyni
Nadanie stopnia naukowegodr inż. Budowa i eksploatacja maszyn (Dziedzina nauk technicznych)Wydział Techniki Morskiej Politechniki Szczecińskiej
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