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Fundamental research for the development of full spectral-atigue analysis software to consider hydroelasticity effects
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Fundamental research for the development of full spectral-atigue analysis software to consider hydroelasticity effects
Park, Jun-Bum;
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The purpose of this research is to develop a full-spectral fatigue analysis program, based on rigid-body ship motion analysis, in order to perform a full-spectral fatigue analysis that considers hydroelasticity effects. To gain credibility, fatigue analysis results of two ship types, performed by the developed program, were compared with those of a classification society, and it was found that both are identical. Full-spectral fatigue analysis considering hydroelasticity effects would be developed in further studies by including flexible-body ship motion analysis results and by supplementing the developed program with a wide-band fatigue damage model.
Full spectral fatigue analysis;Hydroelasticity;Ship motion analysis;Fatigue damage model;
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