Course - Ship Structural Analyses - IP503811
IP503811 - Ship Structural Analyses
Lessons are not given in the academic year 2020/2021
Strength evaluation; Stress pattern, longitudinal and transverse strength, combination of normal stress and shear stress, equivalent stress, criteria of failure, allowable stress.
Buckling of structures; Column buckling, buckling of plates including biaxial stress and shear.
Ultimate strength of structures; Elasto-plastic capacity analysis of
Vibration; Noise and vibration problem in ships, vibration prevention in ship design, boundary condition of hull structural vibration
Fatigue; Simple fatigue analysis of marine structures
Girdersystems; Analysis of simple and complex girder systems and grillages
Design of Fibre-reinforced Composite Structures; Composite structural design, mechanical properties, laminate design, design of single skin panels and stiffened structures and design of sandwich beams and panels.
After having passed the exam of the subject the student should know the procedure for structural design, the main principles of load transfer in a hull structure, be able to formulate structural static problems and establish required scantlings.
The student should be able to carry out rule based structural analyses, also computerbased, verify and interpret the result.
The student shall know the various ship types and the structural character of each type. He shall also know relevant rules and standards and design criteria.
Learning methods and activities
Class room lectures, homework and assignments
- Min 6 assignments
Further on evaluation
Exam registration requires that class registration is approved in the same semester. Compulsory activities from previous semester may be approved by the department.
Admission to a programme of study is required:
Naval Architecture (850MD)
Naval Architecture (850ME)
Recommended previous knowledge
IP204612 Ship Design II or equivalent
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Second degree level
Language of instruction: English
- Marine Structures
Department with academic responsibility
Department of Ocean Operations and Civil Engineering
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