Prof. : Prof. T. GRACZYK and Prof. Z. SEKULSKI
Code = EMSHIP S4-8 (Semester S4)
Workload: 30h lectures and 45h exercises
Number of credits: 5
The second objective is to give advanced production methods for advanced ship structural design concepts including new materials and integrate them in the design procedure.
a) Advanced ship structural design
- Main characteristics and design objectives of various ship types (passenger ships, bulk-carrier, containership, chemical tanker, liquified gas tanker, ro-ro, ropax, etc.),
- Use of new materials in the construction of specific ship types (metallic and non metallic materials, sandwich and core structures),
- Structural arrangement of these specific ship types,
- Loads and strength of these specific ship types (sea load, cargo load, local and global strength),
- Structural details of these specific ship types (bottom and side framing, shell and decks, bulkheads and deep tanks, fore and arrangements, aft and arrangements),
- IMO conventions and classification societies rules requirements of these specific ship types.
b) Methods of production and technology of specific ship types
- Technology of building of specific ship types,
- Technology of building ships supporting offshore industry,
- Technology of building offshore floating steel and concrete structures (rigs, caissons, pontoons, windmill towers) ,
- Application and manufacturing technology using innovative sandwich structures to ship hull,
- Non-conventional methods of ship launching,
- Underwater technology - fabrication and application of manned and unmanned vehicles.
Chalmers D.W., Design of ships structures, Elsevier, London 1993; Lewis E.V. (Ed.), Principles of Naval Architecture, 1998;
Bai Y. (Ed.), Marine Structural Design, Elsevier;
Stokoe E.A., Ship Construction for Marine Students (Reed's Marine Engineering), Adland Coles Nautical, 2005.
Gerwick B.C.: Costruction of Marine and Offshore Structures, CRC Press LLC, NY, 2000.
Storch R.L., Hammon C.P., Bumch H.M., Moore R.C.: Ship Production, Cornell Maritime Press Maryland 1995.
Offshore Drilling& Production Concepts off the World, fifth edition, Oilfield Publications Limited, GB/USA, 2002/2003.
Technical journals: Offshore, Offshore Engineer, Ocean News and Technology, Ocean Systems, Sea Technology.
SHIP THEORY, EMSHIP S1-1 (Semester S1);
SHIP STRUCTURES and SHIP PRODUCTION, EMSHIP S1-2 (Semester S1);
SHIP PROJECT & SHIP DESIGN, EMSHIP S1-3 (Semester S1),
Form of exams:
Written exam (2 hour), oral (0.5 hour),