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Proc. ASME. OMAE2020, Volume 6A: Ocean Engineering, V06AT06A014, August 3–7, 2020
Paper No: OMAE2020-18750
...Abstract Abstract Springing is a resonance phenomenon between the waves and the ship hull, and the high frequency vibration will threaten the safety of hull structures. With the development of economy, the size of ultra large container ships has been increasing, and the resulting springing...
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Proc. ASME. OMAE2013, Volume 5: Ocean Engineering, V005T06A056, June 9–14, 2013
Paper No: OMAE2013-10775
.... The vessel speed has been relatively low in average and well below the service speed, still the effect of springing and whipping has been significant on the fatigue and extreme loading. Previously, results from the strain sensors have been presented versus the fatigue and extreme loading on a general level...
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Proc. ASME. OMAE2013, Volume 5: Ocean Engineering, V005T06A054, June 9–14, 2013
Paper No: OMAE2013-10742
... Advisory Oslo, Norway Gaute.Storhaug@dnv.com Ole Jakob Hareide Det Norske Veritas, Maritime Advisory Oslo, Norway Ole.Jacob.Hareide@dnv.com ABSTRACT A large blunt vessel was designed for a longer target life than usual in world-wide trade. Due to experience with whipping and springing, special attention...
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Proc. ASME. OMAE2011, Volume 2: Structures, Safety and Reliability, 273-282, June 19–24, 2011
Paper No: OMAE2011-49378
... vessel speeds. Strong vibrations are mainly excited by bow impacts causing transient vibrations referred to as whipping. This whipping response increases both fatigue and extreme loading. Further resonance vibration by springing response is also well known to contribute to increased fatigue loading...
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Proc. ASME. OMAE2011, Volume 6: Ocean Engineering, 281-292, June 19–24, 2011
Paper No: OMAE2011-49366
... 01 11 2011 It is well known that ships vibrate due to waves. The wave induced vibrations of the hull girder are referred to as springing (resonance) and whipping (transient vibration from impacts). These vibrations contribute to the fatigue damage of fatigue sensitive details. An Ore...
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Proc. ASME. OMAE2010, 29th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering: Volume 2, 123-131, June 6–11, 2010
Paper No: OMAE2010-20124
... 10 01 2011 Wave-induced vibrations, also known as whipping and springing, are defined as the high frequency response of ship structures. In this paper, the fatigue damage caused by whipping and springing is presented by investigating the amidships section of a 2800 TEU container ship...
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Proc. ASME. OMAE2003, Volume 1: Offshore Technology; Ocean Space Utilization, 71-79, June 8–13, 2003
Paper No: OMAE2003-37054
... the natural frequency of the platform. This phenomenon is more commonly known as ‘springing’. The Volterra method [1] is a technique used to model the behaviour of TLPs under these conditions. This approach quantifies the linear and non-linear (quadratic, cubic, etc) responses separately using transfer...