Multi-objective Optimization of Cruise ships considering the SOLAS 2009 and GOALDS damage stability

George Zaraphonitis, Evangelos Boulougouris, A. Papanikolaou

Research output: Contribution to conferenceProceeding

Abstract

A new formulation for the assessment of ship's survivability in damaged condition, based on the probabilistic concept, was developed in the framework
of the EU-funded research project named GOALDS. The investigation of the impact of the new formulation on the design and operational characteristics of cruise ships is the main objective of the present paper. An additional objective is to investigate the possibility of raising the required subdivision index compared to current SOLAS 2009 levels; this is supported by demonstrating the feasibility of representative sample ship designs of enhanced survivability through formalized, multi-objective optimization studies, while considering a risk and cost effectiveness analysis.

Conference

Conference5th International Maritime Conference on Design for Safety
Abbreviated titleIDFS 2013
CountryChina
CityShanghai
Period25/11/1327/11/13
Internet address

Fingerprint

Multiobjective optimization
Ships
Cost effectiveness

Keywords

  • multiobjective
  • SOLAS 2009
  • cruise ships
  • damage stability

Cite this

Zaraphonitis, G., Boulougouris, E., & Papanikolaou, A. (2013). Multi-objective Optimization of Cruise ships considering the SOLAS 2009 and GOALDS damage stability. 89-97. 5th International Maritime Conference on Design for Safety, Shanghai, China.
Zaraphonitis, George ; Boulougouris, Evangelos ; Papanikolaou, A. / Multi-objective Optimization of Cruise ships considering the SOLAS 2009 and GOALDS damage stability. 5th International Maritime Conference on Design for Safety, Shanghai, China.9 p.
@conference{acb0d6e0c96445959252bb0623d1976a,
title = "Multi-objective Optimization of Cruise ships considering the SOLAS 2009 and GOALDS damage stability",
abstract = "A new formulation for the assessment of ship's survivability in damaged condition, based on the probabilistic concept, was developed in the framework of the EU-funded research project named GOALDS. The investigation of the impact of the new formulation on the design and operational characteristics of cruise ships is the main objective of the present paper. An additional objective is to investigate the possibility of raising the required subdivision index compared to current SOLAS 2009 levels; this is supported by demonstrating the feasibility of representative sample ship designs of enhanced survivability through formalized, multi-objective optimization studies, while considering a risk and cost effectiveness analysis.",
keywords = "multiobjective, SOLAS 2009, cruise ships, damage stability",
author = "George Zaraphonitis and Evangelos Boulougouris and A. Papanikolaou",
year = "2013",
month = "11",
day = "25",
language = "English",
pages = "89--97",
note = "5th International Maritime Conference on Design for Safety, IDFS 2013 ; Conference date: 25-11-2013 Through 27-11-2013",
url = "http://202.120.44.142/",

}

Zaraphonitis, G, Boulougouris, E & Papanikolaou, A 2013, 'Multi-objective Optimization of Cruise ships considering the SOLAS 2009 and GOALDS damage stability' 5th International Maritime Conference on Design for Safety, Shanghai, China, 25/11/13 - 27/11/13, pp. 89-97.

Multi-objective Optimization of Cruise ships considering the SOLAS 2009 and GOALDS damage stability. / Zaraphonitis, George; Boulougouris, Evangelos; Papanikolaou, A.

2013. 89-97 5th International Maritime Conference on Design for Safety, Shanghai, China.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceProceeding

TY - CONF

T1 - Multi-objective Optimization of Cruise ships considering the SOLAS 2009 and GOALDS damage stability

AU - Zaraphonitis, George

AU - Boulougouris, Evangelos

AU - Papanikolaou, A.

PY - 2013/11/25

Y1 - 2013/11/25

N2 - A new formulation for the assessment of ship's survivability in damaged condition, based on the probabilistic concept, was developed in the framework of the EU-funded research project named GOALDS. The investigation of the impact of the new formulation on the design and operational characteristics of cruise ships is the main objective of the present paper. An additional objective is to investigate the possibility of raising the required subdivision index compared to current SOLAS 2009 levels; this is supported by demonstrating the feasibility of representative sample ship designs of enhanced survivability through formalized, multi-objective optimization studies, while considering a risk and cost effectiveness analysis.

AB - A new formulation for the assessment of ship's survivability in damaged condition, based on the probabilistic concept, was developed in the framework of the EU-funded research project named GOALDS. The investigation of the impact of the new formulation on the design and operational characteristics of cruise ships is the main objective of the present paper. An additional objective is to investigate the possibility of raising the required subdivision index compared to current SOLAS 2009 levels; this is supported by demonstrating the feasibility of representative sample ship designs of enhanced survivability through formalized, multi-objective optimization studies, while considering a risk and cost effectiveness analysis.

KW - multiobjective

KW - SOLAS 2009

KW - cruise ships

KW - damage stability

UR - http://202.120.44.142/

M3 - Proceeding

SP - 89

EP - 97

ER -

Zaraphonitis G, Boulougouris E, Papanikolaou A. Multi-objective Optimization of Cruise ships considering the SOLAS 2009 and GOALDS damage stability. 2013. 5th International Maritime Conference on Design for Safety, Shanghai, China.