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Author Bai, Yong, author

Title Marine structural design / Yong bia, Wei-Liang Jin
Edition Second edition
Published Oxford, UK : Butterworth-Heinemann is an imprint of Elsevier, [2016]
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Contents Front Cover; Marine Structural Design; Copyright; Contents; Preface to First Edition; Preface to Second Edition; Part 1 Structural Design Principles; 1 -- Introduction; 1.1 Structural Design Principles; 1.1.1 Introduction; 1.1.2 Limit-State Design; 1.2 Strength and Fatigue Analysis; 1.2.1 Ultimate Strength Criteria; 1.2.2 Design for Accidental Loads; 1.2.3 Design for Fatigue; 1.3 Structural Reliability Applications; 1.3.1 Structural Reliability Concepts; 1.3.2 Reliability-Based Calibration of Design Factor; 1.3.3 Requalification of Existing Structures; 1.4 Risk Assessment
1.4.1 Application of Risk Assessment1.4.2 Risk-Based Inspection; 1.4.3 Human and Organization Factors; 1.5 Layout of This Book; 1.6 How to Use This Book; References; 2 -- Marine Composite Materials and Structure; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The Application of Composites in the Marine Industry; 2.2.1 Ocean Environment; 2.2.2 Application in the Shipbuilding Industry; Pleasure Boats Industry; Recreational Applications; Commercial Applications; Military Applications; 2.2.3 Marine Aviation Vehicles and Off-Shore Structure; 2.3 Composite Material Structure; 2.3.1 Fiber Reinforcements; Glass Fibers
4.3 Typical Cargo Cycle4.3.1 Inert; 4.3.2 Gas Up; 4.3.3 Cool Down; 4.3.4 Bulk Loading; 4.3.5 Voyage; 4.3.6 Discharge; 4.3.7 Gas Free; 4.4 Containment Systems; 4.4.1 Self-Supporting Type; Moss Tanks (Spherical IMO-Type B LNG Tanks); IHI (Prismatic IMO-Type B LNG Tanks); 4.4.2 Membrane Type; GT96; TGZ Mark III; CS1; 4.5 Structural Design of the LNG Carrier; 4.5.1 ULS (Ultimate Limit State) Design of the LNG Carrier; Design of the LNG Carrier Hull Girder; Design Principles; Design Wave; Global Load Conditions; Load Condition 1-Maximum Hogging; Load Condition 2-Maximum Sagging
Aramid FibersCarbon Fibers; 2.3.2 Resin Systems; 2.4 Material Property; 2.4.1 Orthotropic Properties; 2.4.2 Orthotropic Properties in Plane Stress; 2.5 Key Challenges for the Future of Marine Composite Materials; References; 3 -- Green Ship Concepts; 3.1 General; 3.2 Emissions; 3.2.1 Regulations on Air Pollution; 3.2.2 Regulations on GHGs; 3.2.3 Effect of Design Variables on the EEDI; 3.2.4 Influence of Speed on the EEDI; 3.2.5 Influence of Hull Steel Weight on the EEDI; 3.3 Ballast Water Treatment; 3.4 Underwater Coatings; References; 4 -- LNG Carrier; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Development
Combination of StressesLongitudinal Stresses; Transverse Stresses; Shear Stresses; Capacity Checks; General Principles; Hull Girder Moment Capacity Checks; Hull Girder Shear Capacity Check; 4.6 Fatigue Design of an LNG Carrier; 4.6.1 Preliminary Design Phase; 4.6.2 Fatigue Design Phase; References; 5 -- Wave Loads for Ship Design and Classification; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Ocean Waves and Wave Statistics; 5.2.1 Basic Elements of Probability and Random Processes; 5.2.2 Statistical Representation of the Sea Surface; 5.2.3 Ocean Wave Spectra; 5.2.4 Moments of Spectral Density Function
Summary Describes the applications of structural engineering to marine structures. This work covers fatigue and fracture criteria that forms a basis for limit-state design and re-assessment of existing structures and assists with determining material and inspection requirements. It includes application of risk assessment to marine and offshore industries
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (ScienceDirect, viewed September 29, 2015)
Subject Naval architecture.
Offshore structures -- Design and construction.
Form Electronic book
Author Jin, Wei-Liang, author
ISBN 0081000073 (electronic bk)
9780081000076 (electronic bk)