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A Study on Decrease of Vertical Accelerations due to Changes in Location of the Habitation Division for Training Ship
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A Study on Decrease of Vertical Accelerations due to Changes in Location of the Habitation Division for Training Ship
HAN, Seung-Jae; HA, Young-Rok; LEE, Seung-Chul; JEONG, Tae-Yeong; KIM, In-Chul;
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 Abstract
Research on ship motion and seasickness is recognized as the important research area to ensure the pleasant operative environment in addition to the research of operation safety of ship. In this paper, the motion performance in waves for the training ship Kaya of Pukyong National University is obtained by using the computer program based on Strip Method. To guarantee the pleasant seafaring in ocean, the vertical acceleration of ship motion is calculated according to the habitation division location in the ship. The results of calculation by changes of location of habitation division are compared with the guideline of MSI(Motion Sickness Incidence). The degree of motion sickness is shown and discussed through the comparison between calculated vertical acceleration spectrum and MSI guideline. To improve the safety of ship in motion and the pleasant seafaring in waves, the downtrend of seasickness ratio is needed by the decrease on vertical acceleration of the ship. Through the results in this paper, the relocation of both bridge and accommodation toward the aftship reduced the vertical acceleration and MSI.
 Keywords
Training ship;Strip method;Vertical acceleration;MSI(Motion Sickness Incidence);
 Language
Korean
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