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 Tatiana Pais,Lorenzo Moro,Dario Boote,et al.Vibration Analysis for the Comfort Assessment of Superyachts[J].Journal of Marine Science and Application,2017,(3):323-333.[doi:10.1007/s11804-017-1420-z]
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Title:
Vibration Analysis for the Comfort Assessment of Superyachts
Author(s):
Tatiana Pais1 Lorenzo Moro2 Dario Boote1 Marco Biot3
Affilations:
Author(s):
Tatiana Pais1 Lorenzo Moro2 Dario Boote1 Marco Biot3
1. Diten Department, University of Genoa, Genoa, 16145, Italy;
2. Department of Ocean and Naval Architectural Engineering, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John, NL A1B 3X9, Canada;
3. Department of Engineering and Architecture, University of Trieste, Trieste, 34127, Italy
Keywords:
added massstructural dampingdynamic finite element analysissea trialsuperyachtdynamic analysis of ship structurescomfort analysis
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DOI:
10.1007/s11804-017-1420-z
Abstract:
Comfort levels on modern superyachts have recently been the object of specific attention of the most important Classification Societies, which issued new rules and regulations for evaluating noise and vibration maximum levels. These rules are named "Comfort Class Rules" and set the general criteria for noise and vibration measurements in different vessels’ areas, as well as the maximum noise and vibration limit values. As far as the vibration assessment is concerned, the Comfort Class Rules follow either the ISO 6954:1984 standard or the ISO 6954:2000. After an introduction to these relevant standards, the authors herein present a procedure developed to predict the vibration levels on ships. This procedure builds on finite element linear dynamic analysis and is applied to predict the vibration levels on a 60 m superyacht considered as a case study. The results of the numerical simulations are then benchmarked against experimental data acquired during the sea trial of the vessel. This analysis also allows the authors to evaluate the global damping ratio to be used by designers in the vibration analysis of superyachts.

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Received date: 2016-10-07;Accepted date:2017-03-10。
Corresponding author:Tatiana Pais,tatianapais@hotmail.it
Last Update: 2017-08-31