Current practices and recent advances in condition assessment of aged ships

C. M. Rizzo, J. K. Paik, F. Brennan, C. A. Carlsen, C. Daley, Y. Garbatov, L. Ivanov, B. C. Simonsen, N. Yamamoto, H. Z. Zhuang

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

21 Citations (Scopus)

Abstract

Ship structures are likely to be subject to age-related deterioration such as corrosion wastage, cracking or mechanical damage. It has reportedly been recognised that such age-related deterioration is almost always involved in the catastrophic failures of ship structures including total losses. While such accidents typically cause concern to the public, maintenance and repair of aged structures is quite costly and complex. It is thus of great importance to develop advanced technologies allowing for proper management and control of such age-related deterioration. This paper summarises the report of the ISSC 2006 Committee V.6 presenting current practices, recent advances and future trends on condition assessment of aged ships. This includes assessment of the structural condition in view of the serviceability and safety, methods for repair, quantification of strength of deteriorated and repaired ships (as well as criteria for acceptable damage), with due account of the uncertainties involved. Consideration is also given to cost-benefit and risk-based decision procedures for remedial actions.

LanguageEnglish
Pages261-271
Number of pages11
JournalShips and Offshore Structures
Volume2
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2007

Fingerprint

Ships
Deterioration
Repair
Stress corrosion cracking
Accidents
Costs

Keywords

  • age-related deterioration
  • condition assessment
  • corrosion
  • cracking
  • damage
  • inspection
  • Maintenance
  • repair

Cite this

Rizzo, C. M., Paik, J. K., Brennan, F., Carlsen, C. A., Daley, C., Garbatov, Y., ... Zhuang, H. Z. (2007). Current practices and recent advances in condition assessment of aged ships. Ships and Offshore Structures, 2(3), 261-271. https://doi.org/10.1080/17445300701423486
Rizzo, C. M. ; Paik, J. K. ; Brennan, F. ; Carlsen, C. A. ; Daley, C. ; Garbatov, Y. ; Ivanov, L. ; Simonsen, B. C. ; Yamamoto, N. ; Zhuang, H. Z. / Current practices and recent advances in condition assessment of aged ships. In: Ships and Offshore Structures. 2007 ; Vol. 2, No. 3. pp. 261-271.
@article{fdcfb4ab372a42878ad5e860a724bd33,
title = "Current practices and recent advances in condition assessment of aged ships",
abstract = "Ship structures are likely to be subject to age-related deterioration such as corrosion wastage, cracking or mechanical damage. It has reportedly been recognised that such age-related deterioration is almost always involved in the catastrophic failures of ship structures including total losses. While such accidents typically cause concern to the public, maintenance and repair of aged structures is quite costly and complex. It is thus of great importance to develop advanced technologies allowing for proper management and control of such age-related deterioration. This paper summarises the report of the ISSC 2006 Committee V.6 presenting current practices, recent advances and future trends on condition assessment of aged ships. This includes assessment of the structural condition in view of the serviceability and safety, methods for repair, quantification of strength of deteriorated and repaired ships (as well as criteria for acceptable damage), with due account of the uncertainties involved. Consideration is also given to cost-benefit and risk-based decision procedures for remedial actions.",
keywords = "age-related deterioration, condition assessment, corrosion, cracking, damage, inspection, Maintenance, repair",
author = "Rizzo, {C. M.} and Paik, {J. K.} and F. Brennan and Carlsen, {C. A.} and C. Daley and Y. Garbatov and L. Ivanov and Simonsen, {B. C.} and N. Yamamoto and Zhuang, {H. Z.}",
year = "2007",
month = "12",
day = "1",
doi = "10.1080/17445300701423486",
language = "English",
volume = "2",
pages = "261--271",
journal = "Ships and Offshore Structures",
issn = "1744-5302",
number = "3",

}

Rizzo, CM, Paik, JK, Brennan, F, Carlsen, CA, Daley, C, Garbatov, Y, Ivanov, L, Simonsen, BC, Yamamoto, N & Zhuang, HZ 2007, 'Current practices and recent advances in condition assessment of aged ships' Ships and Offshore Structures, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 261-271. https://doi.org/10.1080/17445300701423486

Current practices and recent advances in condition assessment of aged ships. / Rizzo, C. M.; Paik, J. K.; Brennan, F.; Carlsen, C. A.; Daley, C.; Garbatov, Y.; Ivanov, L.; Simonsen, B. C.; Yamamoto, N.; Zhuang, H. Z.

In: Ships and Offshore Structures, Vol. 2, No. 3, 01.12.2007, p. 261-271.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

TY - JOUR

T1 - Current practices and recent advances in condition assessment of aged ships

AU - Rizzo, C. M.

AU - Paik, J. K.

AU - Brennan, F.

AU - Carlsen, C. A.

AU - Daley, C.

AU - Garbatov, Y.

AU - Ivanov, L.

AU - Simonsen, B. C.

AU - Yamamoto, N.

AU - Zhuang, H. Z.

PY - 2007/12/1

Y1 - 2007/12/1

N2 - Ship structures are likely to be subject to age-related deterioration such as corrosion wastage, cracking or mechanical damage. It has reportedly been recognised that such age-related deterioration is almost always involved in the catastrophic failures of ship structures including total losses. While such accidents typically cause concern to the public, maintenance and repair of aged structures is quite costly and complex. It is thus of great importance to develop advanced technologies allowing for proper management and control of such age-related deterioration. This paper summarises the report of the ISSC 2006 Committee V.6 presenting current practices, recent advances and future trends on condition assessment of aged ships. This includes assessment of the structural condition in view of the serviceability and safety, methods for repair, quantification of strength of deteriorated and repaired ships (as well as criteria for acceptable damage), with due account of the uncertainties involved. Consideration is also given to cost-benefit and risk-based decision procedures for remedial actions.

AB - Ship structures are likely to be subject to age-related deterioration such as corrosion wastage, cracking or mechanical damage. It has reportedly been recognised that such age-related deterioration is almost always involved in the catastrophic failures of ship structures including total losses. While such accidents typically cause concern to the public, maintenance and repair of aged structures is quite costly and complex. It is thus of great importance to develop advanced technologies allowing for proper management and control of such age-related deterioration. This paper summarises the report of the ISSC 2006 Committee V.6 presenting current practices, recent advances and future trends on condition assessment of aged ships. This includes assessment of the structural condition in view of the serviceability and safety, methods for repair, quantification of strength of deteriorated and repaired ships (as well as criteria for acceptable damage), with due account of the uncertainties involved. Consideration is also given to cost-benefit and risk-based decision procedures for remedial actions.

KW - age-related deterioration

KW - condition assessment

KW - corrosion

KW - cracking

KW - damage

KW - inspection

KW - Maintenance

KW - repair

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=77957981862&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.1080/17445300701423486

DO - 10.1080/17445300701423486

M3 - Article

VL - 2

SP - 261

EP - 271

JO - Ships and Offshore Structures

T2 - Ships and Offshore Structures

JF - Ships and Offshore Structures

SN - 1744-5302

IS - 3

ER -