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Impact Impulse Research During Ice Navigation with Computer Modeling

  • D. Slavgorodskaya
  • V. Bugaev
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering book series (LNME)

Abstract

The research of the strength of vessels at navigating in Arctic shelf area in compacted and brash ice is a significant issue from this point to ensure the hull strength when it hits the ice. Using the design and engineering analysis of automated systems we can improve the quality and efficiency of the designed product and its elements by increasing the number of options under consideration of design decisions and more detailed research. In addition, it provides for a reduction in the amount and labor intensity of technological operations during production. Using specialized software, the study of the ice hitting the hull was conducted. The study showed a pretty good convergence of the experimental and theoretical data, and the performance of the hull stresses resulting from the research is more informative and detailed, the results were described in materials of the previous conference. Within the current study, the modeling features are being continued to be researched in terms of the hit trajectory and ice characteristics.

Keywords

Ice-reinforced ship Ice-going ship Ship strength Ice impact Ice load Impact impulse Impact momentum 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Far Eastern Federal UniversityVladivostokRussia

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