Thin plate buckling mitigation and reduction challenges for naval ships

Alexander Galloway, W McGhie, Norman McPherson

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Abstract

Thin plate buckling or distortion on ship structures is an ongoing issue for shipbuilders. It has been identified that a significant number of factors can be put in place based on prior knowledge and good practice. Additionally, research work aimed at reducing thin plate distortion has been relatively prolific, particularly in the area of simulation modelling. However, the uptake in the research findings by industry has been relatively low. A number of these findings are discussed and their application considered. For any further reductions in thin plate distortion to be generated there is a clear need for better interaction between the research institutes and the industry.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3-10
JournalJournal of Marine Engineering & Technology
Volume12
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2013

Keywords

  • thin plate buckling
  • naval engineering
  • ship panels

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