AuthorsKat, J.O. de, Kanerva, M., Veer, R. van ’t, Mikkonen, I.
Conference/Journal7th International Conference on Ship Stability (STAB 2000), Tasmania, Australia
Date1 jan. 2000
This paper presents experimental investigations involving the dynamic behaviour and survivability of a damaged ro-ro passenger ferry. It concerns a modern design, which has an extensive lower hold for ro-ro cargo purposes. Two main damage scenarios have been considered: lower hold intact and damaged. Besides damage survivability in beam waves, the research focused on the ship dynamics as a result of transient flooding following a breach of the intact huil. The following parameters have been varied: KG, creation rate of damage opening, cross duet area, internal configuration and cargo deck permeability. Some conditions have been simulated numerically.
stability, seakeeping and ocean engineeringseakeepingpassengers and yachtingtransport and shippingresearch and developmentdamage stabilityextreme conditionsresearch