The Second Generation Intact Stability Criteria (SGISC) have been introduced after the occurrence of stabilityrelated accidents, which clearly demonstrated that “actual” intact stability criteria were not adequate. New generation criteria are based on the physical and failure mode analysis of parametric roll, pure loss of stability, surf-riding/broaching, dead ship condition and excessive accelerations. This paper is focused on the verification of surf-riding/broaching vulnerability criterion of semi-displacement hull form of the Systematic Series D by Kracht and Jacobsen (1992) representative of several naval ships built during 90ties. Levels 1 and 2, as amended in IMO relevant documents, have been calculated for all seven D Systematic Series ships from resistance and propulsion performances measured in calm water. After several and counteracting changes in the wave celerity definition by IMO, the calculations have been performed for all models with both linear and non-linear formulation. The influence of the diffraction component on the wave surging force has been analyzed according to the works of Feng et al. (2015, 2017). The total surge force, calculated by 3D panel method, has been compared against actual IMO formulation and calculation of vulnerability has been performed for three hulls. The limit Froude number for the considered 90m ships is increased by improving the accuracy of 2nd level calculation, taking into account only nonlinear wave celerity or diffraction component and linear wave celerity.

Application of surf-riding and broaching criteria for the systematic series D models

Begovic, E.
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Bertorello, C.
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Boccadamo, G.
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Rinauro, B.
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
2018

Abstract

The Second Generation Intact Stability Criteria (SGISC) have been introduced after the occurrence of stabilityrelated accidents, which clearly demonstrated that “actual” intact stability criteria were not adequate. New generation criteria are based on the physical and failure mode analysis of parametric roll, pure loss of stability, surf-riding/broaching, dead ship condition and excessive accelerations. This paper is focused on the verification of surf-riding/broaching vulnerability criterion of semi-displacement hull form of the Systematic Series D by Kracht and Jacobsen (1992) representative of several naval ships built during 90ties. Levels 1 and 2, as amended in IMO relevant documents, have been calculated for all seven D Systematic Series ships from resistance and propulsion performances measured in calm water. After several and counteracting changes in the wave celerity definition by IMO, the calculations have been performed for all models with both linear and non-linear formulation. The influence of the diffraction component on the wave surging force has been analyzed according to the works of Feng et al. (2015, 2017). The total surge force, calculated by 3D panel method, has been compared against actual IMO formulation and calculation of vulnerability has been performed for three hulls. The limit Froude number for the considered 90m ships is increased by improving the accuracy of 2nd level calculation, taking into account only nonlinear wave celerity or diffraction component and linear wave celerity.
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