This paper outlines the study undertaken within the framework of research aiming to address the compound problem of the absolute time available for passenger evacuation on a damaged passenger/Ro-Ro vessel undergoing large scale flooding of car deck spaces. Deriving from extensive experimental information and utilising SEM principles, a methodology for predicting ship survival time is proposed that accounts for wave characteristics, water ingress/egress and vessel survivability. The progress achieved to date is discussed and aspects needing further investigation are highlighted.
|Title of host publication||Contemporary Ideas on Ship Stability and Capsizing in Waves|
|Editors||Marcelo Almeida Santos Neves, Vadim L. Belenky, Jean Otto de Kat, Kostas Spyrou, Naoya Umeda|
|Place of Publication||Dordrecht|
|Number of pages||25|
|Publication status||Published - 3 Jul 2011|
|Name||Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications|
Jasionowski, A., Vassalos, D., & Guarin, L. (2011). Time-based survival criteria for passenger ro-ro vessels. In M. A. S. Neves, V. L. Belenky, J. O. de Kat, K. Spyrou, & N. Umeda (Eds.), Contemporary Ideas on Ship Stability and Capsizing in Waves (pp. 663-687). (Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications; Vol. 97). Dordrecht: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-1482-3_38