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Automatic input data preparation for global and local ship strength calculation in accordance with IACS Common Structural Rules as a software development task
Authors: V.N. Tryaskin, S.V. Rumin, M.A. Kuteynikov, M.S. Boyko

 

Abstract

The article provides the characteristics of the software developed to perform the hull structural strength verification for oil tankers and bulk carriers in accordance with IACS Common Structural Rules. The characteristics of several software modules, intended for the preparation of input data required to check the ship structures for compliance with Common Structure Rules global and local strength criteria are also given, together with the description of the main steps necessary to prepare geometrical models and structural databases for hull girder cross-section, flat and corrugated bulkheads. The pictures of the software interface are provided, as well as the software menu structure description.

Keywords: IACS Common Structure Rules, software, input data preparation, ship structure, oil tankers, bulk carriers.

 

References

1.    IACS Common Structural Rules, 1st January 2017 Issue. www.iacs.org.uk

 

About authors

Tryaskin Vladimir - DSc, St. Petersburg State Marine Technical University, 3, Lotsmanskaya st., 190121, St. Petersburg, Russia

Rumin Sergey - PhD, St Petersburg State Marine Technical University, 3, Lotsmanskaya st., 190121, St. Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: ssdgmtu@gmail.com

Kuteynikov Mikhail - DSc, FAI "Russian Maritime Register of Shipping", 8, Dvortsovaya Naberezhnaya, 191186, St. Petersburg, Russia

Boyko Maxim - PhD, FAI "Russian Maritime Register of Shipping", 8, Dvortsovaya Naberezhnaya, 191186, St. Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: research.dept@rs-class.org

 

Issue: 46/47 (2017)



For citation: V.N. Tryaskin, S.V. Rumin, M.A. Kuteynikov, M.S. Boyko. Automatic input data preparation for global and local ship strength calculation in accordance with IACS Common Structural Rules as a software development task. Research Bulletin by Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. 2017, No. 46/47, pp. 112-118.

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UDC:  004.418
Pages:  112-118
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