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Structural Design of Polyethylene Boat Hull by using Longitudinal Bending Strength Test Method
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 Title & Authors
Structural Design of Polyethylene Boat Hull by using Longitudinal Bending Strength Test Method
Cho, Seok-Swoo;
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 Abstract
ISO 12215-5 standard describes allowable stress design specifications of monohull small boat with a length of hull between 2.5 m and 24 m constructed from fiber reinforced plastics, aluminium or steel alloys, glued wood or other suitable boat building material. If small boat hull is under 2.5m in overall length or nonstandard material is used as boat building material, structural reliability of small boat hull is assured by drop test specification, but not by structural design specification in accordance with ISO 12215-5. Drop test specification of boat hull can be applied to manufactured product. But it is difficult and complicated to apply drop test specification to structural design of boat hull. In this study, we present structural design method of polyethylene boat hull on the basis of longitudinal bending strength test specification.
 Keywords
Allowable Design Displacement;Longitudinal Bending Strength Test Specification;Polyethylene Boat Hull;Structural Design;
 Language
Korean
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