ABSTRACT

This is volume 1 of a 2-volume set.

Marine Design XIII collects the contributions to the 13th International Marine Design Conference (IMDC 2018, Espoo, Finland, 10-14 June 2018). The aim of this IMDC series of conferences is to promote all aspects of marine design as an engineering discipline. The focus is on key design challenges and opportunities in the area of current maritime technologies and markets, with special emphasis on:

• Challenges in merging ship design and marine applications of experience-based industrial design

• Digitalisation as technological enabler for stronger link between efficient design, operations and maintenance in future

• Emerging technologies and their impact on future designs

• Cruise ship and icebreaker designs including fleet compositions to meet new market demands

To reflect on the conference focus, Marine Design XIII covers the following research topic series:

•State of art ship design principles - education, design methodology, structural design, hydrodynamic design;

•Cutting edge ship designs and operations - ship concept design, risk and safety, arctic design, autonomous ships;

•Energy efficiency and propulsions - energy efficiency, hull form design, propulsion equipment design;

•Wider marine designs and practices - navy ships, offshore and wind farms and production.

Marine Design XIII contains 2 state-of-the-art reports on design methodologies and cruise ships design, and 4 keynote papers on new directions for vessel design practices and tools, digital maritime traffic, naval ship designs, and new tanker design for arctic. Marine Design XIII will be of interest to academics and professionals in maritime technologies and marine design.

 

part 1|28 pages

SoA report

chapter 1|14 pages

State of the art report on design methodology

ByDavid Andrews, A.A. Kana, J.J. Hopman, Jani Romanoff

chapter 2|12 pages

State of the art report on cruise vessel design

ByPatrik Rautaheimo, Peter Albrecht, Mikko Soininen

part 2|54 pages

Keynote paper

chapter 3|17 pages

Disruptive market conditions require new direction for vessel design practices and tools application

ByP.O. Brett, H.M. Gaspar, A. Ebrahimi, J.J. Garcia

chapter 6|6 pages

New type of condensate tanker for arctic operation

ByMarkku Kajosaari

part 3|28 pages

Education

chapter 7|17 pages

HYDRA: Multipurpose ship designs in engineering and education

ByR.J. Pawling, R. Bilde, J. Hunt

part 4|227 pages

Design methodology

chapter 9|10 pages

Intelligent general arrangement

ByA. Yrjänäinen, M. Florean

chapter 12|16 pages

Combining design and strategy in offshore shipping

ByM.A. Strøm, C.F. Rehn, S.S. Pettersen, S.O. Erikstad, B.E. Asbjørnslett, P.O. Brett

chapter 13|10 pages

System engineering based design for safety and total cost of ownership

ByP. Corrignan, V. Le Diagon, N. Li, S. Torben, M. de Jongh, K.E. Holmefjord, B. Rafine, R. Le Nena, A. Guegan, L. Sagaspe, X. de Bossoreille

chapter 14|8 pages

Optimization of ship design for life cycle operation with uncertainties

ByT. Plessas, A. Papanikolaou, S. Liu, N. Adamopoulos

chapter 15|11 pages

Handling the path from concept to preliminary ship design

ByG. Trincas, F. Mauro, L. Braidotti, V. Bucci

chapter 17|12 pages

High-level demonstration of holistic design and optimisation process of offshore support vessel

ByM. de Jongh, K.E. Olsen, B. Berg, J.E. Jansen, S. Torben, C. Abt, G. Dimopoulos, A. Zymaris, V. Hassani

chapter 18|11 pages

HOLISTIC ship design optimisation

ByJ. Marzi, A. Papanikolaou, J. Brunswig, P. Corrignan, L. Lecointre, A. Aubert, G. Zaraphonitis, S. Harries

chapter 19|18 pages

A methodology for the holistic, simulation driven ship design optimization under uncertainty

ByL. Nikolopoulos, E. Boulougouris

chapter 20|10 pages

Performance analysis through fuzzy logic in set-based design

ByH. Yuan, D.J. Singer

chapter 22|8 pages

Quantifying the effects of uncertainty in vessel design performance—a case study on factory stern trawlers

ByJ.J. Garcia, P.O. Brett, Ali Ebrahimi, A. Keane

chapter 24|6 pages

When people are the mission of a ship—design and user research in the marine industry

ByM. Ahola, P. Murto, S. Mallam

chapter 25|15 pages

Human-centered, collaborative, field-driven design—a case study

ByE. Gernez, K. Nordby, Ø. Seim, P.O. Brett, R. Hauge

chapter 27|11 pages

Process-based analysis of arrangement aspects for configuration-driven ships

ByK. Droste, A.A. Kana, J.J. Hopman

chapter 28|8 pages

A design space generation approach for advance design science techniques

ByJason D. Strickland, Thomas E. Devine, Jonathan P. Holbert

chapter 30|12 pages

Design for resilience: Using latent capabilities to handle disruptions facing marine systems

ByS.S. Pettersen, B.E. Asbjørnslett, S.O. Erikstad, P.O. Brett

chapter 31|10 pages

Design for agility: Enabling time-efficient changes for marine systems to enhance operational performance

ByC. Christensen, C.F. Rehn, S.O. Erikstad, B.E. Asbjørnslett

chapter 32|7 pages

Design for Decommissioning (DfD) of offshore installations

ByChengi Kuo, Calum Campbell

chapter 33|10 pages

Understanding initial design spaces in set-based design using networks and information theory

ByC. Goodrum, S. Taylordean, D.J. Singer

part 5|93 pages

Structural design

chapter 34|14 pages

Probabilistic assessment of combined loads for trimarans

ByH.C. Seyffert, A.W. Troesch, J.T. Knight, D.C. Kring

chapter 35|10 pages

Trimaran structural design procedure for a large ship

ByJohn C. Daidola

chapter 36|8 pages

Analysis of calculation method of hull girder residual strength for cruise ship

ByYingchao Pu, Guijie Shi

chapter 38|14 pages

Enhanced structural design and operation of search and rescue craft

ByF. Prini, R.W. Birmingham, S. Benson, R.S. Dow, P.J. Sheppard, H.J. Phillips, M.C. Johnson, J. Mediavilla Varas, S. Hirdaris

chapter 39|6 pages

The anti-shock design of broadside structure based on the stress wave theory

ByZi-fei Meng, Ji-cai Lang, Si-bo Xu, Chen Feng, Ping-ping Wang

chapter 40|12 pages

Multiobjective ship structural optimization using surrogate models of an oil tanker crashworthiness

ByP. Prebeg, J. Andric, S. Rudan, L. Jambrecic

chapter 41|8 pages

Improved ultimate strength prediction for plating under lateral pressure

ByM.V. Smith, C. Szlatenyi, C. Field, J.T. Knight

chapter 42|9 pages

Experimental reproduction of ship accidents in 1:100 scale

ByM.A.G. Calle, P. Kujala, R.E. Oshiro, M. Alves

part 6|78 pages

Hydrodynamic design

chapter 43|7 pages

Experimental validation of numerical drag prediction of novel spray deflector design

ByC. Wielgosz, M. Fürth, R. Datla, U. Chung, A. Rosén, J. Danielsson

chapter 45|10 pages

A numerical trim methodology study for the Kriso container ship with bulbous bow form variation

ByM. Maasch, E. Shivachev, A.H. Day, O. Turan

chapter 46|9 pages

Hull form hydrodynamic design using a discrete adjoint optimization method

ByP. He, G. Filip, J.R.R.A. Martins, K.J. Maki

chapter 47|8 pages

Potential effect of 2nd generation intact stability criteria on future ship design process

ByYaohua Zhou, Yanhong Hu, Gaofeng Zhang

chapter 48|7 pages

Operational profile based evaluation method for ship resistance at seas

ByP.Y. Feng, S.M. Fan, Y.S. Wu, X.Q. Xiong

chapter 49|12 pages

On the importance of service conditions and safety in ship design

ByR. Grin, J. Bandas, V. Ferrari, S. Rapuc, B. Abeil

chapter 50|8 pages

First principle applications to docking sequences

ByC. Weltzien

chapter 51|4 pages

Ship mooring design based on flexible multibody dynamics

ByH.W. Lee, M.I. Roh, S.H. Ham

part 7|78 pages

Ship concept design

chapter 52|9 pages

Managing complexity in concept design development of cruise-exploration ships

ByAli Ebrahimi, Per Olaf Brett, Jose Jorge Garcia

chapter 53|10 pages

Concept design considerations for the next generation of mega-ships

ByK.M. Tsitsilonis, F. Stefanidis, C. Mavrelos, A. Gad, M. Timmerman, D. Vassalos, P.D. Kaklis

chapter 54|6 pages

Optimization attempt of the cargo and passenger spaces onboard a ferry

ByP. Szymański, G. Mazerski, T. Hinz

chapter 55|8 pages

Application of a goal based approach for the optimization of contemporary ship designs

ByO. Lorkowski, K. Wöckner-Kluwe, J. Langheinrich, R. Nagel, H. Billerbeck, S. Krüger

chapter 56|10 pages

Parametric design and holistic optimisation of post-panamax containerships

ByA. Priftis, O. Turan, E. Boulougouris

chapter 58|7 pages

Container ship stowage plan using steepest ascent hill climbing, genetic, and simulated annealing algorithms

ByM.A. Yurtseven, E. Boulougouris, O. Turan

chapter 60|12 pages

Development and initial results of an autonomous sailing drone for oceanic research

ByU. Dhomé, C. Tretow, J. Kuttenkeuler, F. Wängelin, J. Fraize, M. Fürth, M. Razola