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Buckling of Ship Structures.

By: Shama, Mohamed.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2012Description: 1 online resource (403 p.).ISBN: 9783642179617.Subject(s): Buckling (Mechanics) | Marine engineering | Naval architectureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Buckling of Ship StructuresDDC classification: 620 LOC classification: TA1-2040Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Title -- Preface -- Outline of the Book -- List of Symbols -- Contents -- Introduction -- Part I Chapter 1 - Chapter 4 -- Ship Structure Configurations and Main Characteristics -- Introduction -- Ship Types and Main Characteristics -- Bulk Carriers -- Double Sides Bulk Carriers -- Bottom Structure of Bulk Carriers -- Types and Categories of Bulk Carriers -- Main Structural Components of Single Skin Bulk Carriers -- General Cargo Ships -- Container Ships -- RoRo Ships -- Ramps Types and Arrangements in Ro-Ro Ships -- Tankers -- Single Hull Tankers (Conventional Construction)
Design Features of Double Hull Tankers -- Structural System of Double Hull Structure -- Double Bottom and Double Side Construction of Oil Tankers -- Configurations and Characteristics of Ship Structural Assemblies -- Introduction -- Ship Structural Assemblies -- Bottom Structure -- Single Bottom Structure -- Double-Bottom Structure -- Transversely Framed Double Bottom -- Longitudinally Framed Double Bottom -- Side Shell Structure -- Transversely Framed Side Shell Structure Assemblies -- Longitudinally Framed Side Shell Structure -- Deck Structure -- Deck Plating
Transversely Stiffened Deck Plating -- Longitudinally Stiffened Deck Structure -- Transverse Bulkheads -- Scantlings of Ship Structural Members -- Ship Structural Connections and Details -- Frame Brackets -- Beam Brackets -- Tripping Brackets -- Connection between Bottom Longitudinals and Bottom Transverses -- Configurations and Geometrical Properties of Ship Structure Members -- Introduction -- Stiffened Panels -- Frameworks -- Hull Fittings -- Structural Units of a Ship -- Stiffened Panels -- Frameworks -- Hull Fittings -- Configurations and Geometrical Properties of Ship Structure Members
Standard Rolled Sections with Attached Plating -- Fabricated Sections -- Geometrical Properties of Fabricated Symmetrical Sections with Attached Plating -- Flexural Properties of Fabricated Sections with Attached Plating -- Equivalent Section Modulus -- Effect of Variation in Thickness of Attached Plating on the Section Modulus and Second Moment of Area -- Geometrical and Flexural Properties of Curved Plates -- Rational Selection of Equivalent Rolled and Fabricated Sections of Ship Strength Members -- Scantlings of Ship Structural Members -- Rational Shapes of Cross-Sections of Beams
Rational Shapes of Column Sections in Compression -- Design of Girders Having Fabricated T-Sections -- Determination of Optimum Depth of I-Section Girders -- Bending of Beams and Girders -- Introduction -- Subdivision of Ship Structure into Members and Assemblies -- Representation of Structure by Elements -- Modeling of Structure -- Forces and Moments on a Beam Element -- Modeling of Ship Structural Members -- Boundary Conditions of Idealized Beam Elements -- Modeling 2D Frame Structures Using Beam Elements -- Modeling 2D Grillage Structure -- Modeling 2D Deck Structure
Modeling 2D Bottom Structure
Summary: This comprehensive analysis of buckling problems in the structural members of ships includes the key equations required and analyses the various loadings and stresses and clarifies the main causes and consequences of ship structure failure through buckling.
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Title -- Preface -- Outline of the Book -- List of Symbols -- Contents -- Introduction -- Part I Chapter 1 - Chapter 4 -- Ship Structure Configurations and Main Characteristics -- Introduction -- Ship Types and Main Characteristics -- Bulk Carriers -- Double Sides Bulk Carriers -- Bottom Structure of Bulk Carriers -- Types and Categories of Bulk Carriers -- Main Structural Components of Single Skin Bulk Carriers -- General Cargo Ships -- Container Ships -- RoRo Ships -- Ramps Types and Arrangements in Ro-Ro Ships -- Tankers -- Single Hull Tankers (Conventional Construction)

Design Features of Double Hull Tankers -- Structural System of Double Hull Structure -- Double Bottom and Double Side Construction of Oil Tankers -- Configurations and Characteristics of Ship Structural Assemblies -- Introduction -- Ship Structural Assemblies -- Bottom Structure -- Single Bottom Structure -- Double-Bottom Structure -- Transversely Framed Double Bottom -- Longitudinally Framed Double Bottom -- Side Shell Structure -- Transversely Framed Side Shell Structure Assemblies -- Longitudinally Framed Side Shell Structure -- Deck Structure -- Deck Plating

Transversely Stiffened Deck Plating -- Longitudinally Stiffened Deck Structure -- Transverse Bulkheads -- Scantlings of Ship Structural Members -- Ship Structural Connections and Details -- Frame Brackets -- Beam Brackets -- Tripping Brackets -- Connection between Bottom Longitudinals and Bottom Transverses -- Configurations and Geometrical Properties of Ship Structure Members -- Introduction -- Stiffened Panels -- Frameworks -- Hull Fittings -- Structural Units of a Ship -- Stiffened Panels -- Frameworks -- Hull Fittings -- Configurations and Geometrical Properties of Ship Structure Members

Standard Rolled Sections with Attached Plating -- Fabricated Sections -- Geometrical Properties of Fabricated Symmetrical Sections with Attached Plating -- Flexural Properties of Fabricated Sections with Attached Plating -- Equivalent Section Modulus -- Effect of Variation in Thickness of Attached Plating on the Section Modulus and Second Moment of Area -- Geometrical and Flexural Properties of Curved Plates -- Rational Selection of Equivalent Rolled and Fabricated Sections of Ship Strength Members -- Scantlings of Ship Structural Members -- Rational Shapes of Cross-Sections of Beams

Rational Shapes of Column Sections in Compression -- Design of Girders Having Fabricated T-Sections -- Determination of Optimum Depth of I-Section Girders -- Bending of Beams and Girders -- Introduction -- Subdivision of Ship Structure into Members and Assemblies -- Representation of Structure by Elements -- Modeling of Structure -- Forces and Moments on a Beam Element -- Modeling of Ship Structural Members -- Boundary Conditions of Idealized Beam Elements -- Modeling 2D Frame Structures Using Beam Elements -- Modeling 2D Grillage Structure -- Modeling 2D Deck Structure

Modeling 2D Bottom Structure

This comprehensive analysis of buckling problems in the structural members of ships includes the key equations required and analyses the various loadings and stresses and clarifies the main causes and consequences of ship structure failure through buckling.

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