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Optimal Arrangement of Resilient Mount installed on Frame Support Structure at Shipboard Equipment under Shock Load
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Optimal Arrangement of Resilient Mount installed on Frame Support Structure at Shipboard Equipment under Shock Load
Ji, Yong Jin; Kwak, Jeong Seok; Lee, Hyun Yup; Kim, Sung Chan;
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 Abstract
Shipboard equipment in naval ships should be designed to be safe under the shock load. Very high stress due to the shock load can be effectively reduced by the resilient mounts considering the mount capacity and dynamic characteristics. An optimum arrangement of resilient mount installed to absorb the shock energy is addressed to assess the safety of ship structure and shipboard equipment subjected to the shock load. Structural responses are analyzed for both frame structure supporting the shipboard equipment subject to the shock load with and without the resilient mounts. The shock absorbability of the resilient mount is evaluated by the results of structural response analysis; meanwhile, several types of shock analyses considering the arrangement of resilient mounts are carried out and the shock responses are compared to verify the effect of the arrangement. Thereafter, optimum arrangements are obtained by means of Genetic algorithm (GA) considering the different capacities of resilient mount. Stress, deformation and dynamic feature at the frame structure supporting the shipboard equipment under the shock load are also discussed in order to meet the capacity of resilient mount.
 Keywords
Resilient mount;Shock load;Optimization;GA;Grillage;
 Language
Korean
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