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Strength Analysis of Hull Structure In Bulk Carriers

Year: 2012
Language: english
Author: DNV
Genre: Research papers
Publisher: DNV
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 84
Description: This Classification Note covers only the strength analysis of hull structure in non CSR bulk carriers. For bulk carriers with CSR notation, the strength analysis of hull structure is covered in Rules Pt.8 Ch.2.
This Classification Note is applicable for ships with class notation HC-A, HC-B, HC-C and HC-B. For ships with class notation HC-M, design load cases are given in Rules Pt.5 Ch.2 Sec.5 Table C1 based on the ships’ loading manual. For application of sea pressure load, cargo load and hold mass diagrams, relevant parts of this Classification Note may be applied.
The structural analysis is generally related to primary strength members of the midship region of bulk carriers arranged with double bottom and single or double side. However, additional calculations may have to be carried out for fore- and aftmost holds as the hopper/top wing tank construction normally is changed significantly compared to the midship construction.
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