Vessel design, maintenance, & management 2018 - now
The documents are classified chronologically from 2018 to now. Click on their descriptions to open and download them.
BUTTON TEXT Previous page 03 - Dynamic positioning system - a definitive step towards         autonomus ships 04 -  Smart Controller for Dynamic Positioning of Ship 14 -  The analysis of overall ship fuel consumption in acceleration           manoeuvre using hull propeller engine interaction principles           and governor features. 02 - International Union for Conservation of Nature - Guidelines for        invasive species planning and management on islands 06 -  Biofouling on Vessels Arriving to New Zealand 07 - Guidance Document for the Craft Risk Management Standard for        Biofouling 08 - Advice to shipping: New Zealand's new biofouling requirements. 16 - Guide on best practices of biofouling management in the Baltic          sea. 17 - Marine Biofouling: A European Database for the Marine          Renewable Energy Sector. 20 - Template for a biofouling management plan 09 - American Bureau of Shipping: Portable accomodation modules 10 - American Bureau of Shipping: Underwater noise 11 - Bureau Veritas: Certification scheme of materials and equipment         for the classification of marine units. 18 - American Bureau of Shipping: Conditions of classification
- 2020
30 - Dynamic positioning committee - website The DP Committee is a non-profit organization that promotes a greater international understanding of Dynamic Positioning and related issues.  The documents published by this  organization should be  considered references.  They can be accessed by clicking on the following links:  Website: 01 - Bureau Veritas - Rules for the Classification of Crew Boat 12 - Bureau Veritas: Wind Farms Service Ships 13 -  The Experiment of Producing Freshwater from the Air Using          Thermoelectric Cooler for the Need of Drinking Water in a           Lifeboat 15 - Decreasing of Ship Structure Mass by Active Counteraction to         Bending Moment 21 - CFD analyses on the water entry process of a freefall lifeboat 23 - Boat overloading indicator Autors: Dr.Y.Ramkrishna, R. Siri Himaja, G. Rohit Singh, T.               Kasi Viswanath, A. Kavitha  Overloading of the boat with persons and luggage can cause lot of risks to on-board passengers. One solution for the overloading issue is simply limiting the weight but, due to lack of knowledge some helms allow heavy weights. To overcome this problem, a boat over loading indicator is developed using load cell which limits the weight of persons and their luggage. If the maximum weight exceeds the load capacity of the boat, an alarm will be triggered. The engine of boat will be turned off and informed to the police department through a message. Then the necessary action will be taken on concerned helm. 24 - The optimum configuration of solar PV system from conventional        fishing boat towards e-Boat 12 GT. 25 - Design Approach for Additive Manufacturing of a Dynamically         Functioning System: Lifeboat Hook 26 - Investigation of boat motion on occupant in patrol boat Author: Baris Barlas Occupants in high-speed patrol boats are subject to impact forces due to various boat motions. These impact forces should be precisely calculated and accounted for when designing seats for occupants. Hull design and cruising speed are the most critical parameters that cause shock and impact on the boat during the journey. In addition, seat design and material also have a major effect on the impact level sensed by the occupant. In this study, Altair software (Hypermesh and Radioss) is used to build a sample Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) seat and occupant model for patrol boats. 28 - Determining the drift characteristics of open lifeboats based on         large-scale drift experiments. 05 - Deck cargo management onboard offshore vessels 31 - Aspects regarding the Use of Hydraulic Motors Authors: Alexandru Bobe, Tiberiu Axinte, Catalin Nutu,                 Catalin Fratila, Mihai Diaconu. This article discusses the use of hydraulic motors to convert fluid pressure into rotary motion. Hydraulic motors can be used for various applications, such as excavators, shredders, drilling rigs, winches,  crane drives, cooling fan drivers, feeders, roll mills, launch and recovery systems (LARS), etc. The authors also study two pneumatic circuits using hydraulic motors. 19 - Guidelines for inspection and maintenance of mooring         equipment including lines 22 - Wind Propulsion Systems Publiser: Bureau Veritas This document defines the process within the scope of classification of ships fitted with wind propulsion systems. 27 - Superhydrophobic Lubrication: Gas–Liquid Bilayer Reduces the         Friction Between Two Solids 29 - Research on Damage of Underwater Shock Waves at Multiple         Explosion Points to Ships 32 - Simulation of Shockwave Effects on a Ship-like Structure due to         Underwater Explosions