Ship in quartering seas - a case which determines stability safety?

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ConferenceInternational Workshop on Physical and Mathematical Modelling of Vessel's Stability in a Seaway, Kaliningrad, Russia, 1993
Subjectship capsizing; quartering safety
AbstractDangerous phenomena encountered by a ship operating in quartering, extreme waves are discussed on the basis of the results of the capsizing model tests carried out by IMD/SSPA. The emphasis is put on the hydrodynamic effects generated on the submerged part of the deck. It is concluded that the case of ship advancing in quartering, extremely steep waves is the most general and most dangerous case.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Ocean Technology; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number5883
NPARC number8895512
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