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Historic Ships Online Conference 2020


2-3 December 2020

 

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The successful Historic Ships conference returns for a seventh instalment. Here at RINA we are not only proud of the current achievements in the marine industry, but also our maritime heritage. The history of the world is the history of the sea, that through trade and war shaped our modern world.

This conference will not only focus on the restoration and preservation of historic vessels, but also the research and investigation into the engineering and efficiency of historic designs through modern naval architecture techniques. With this event we will help to keep record of the skills and techniques used to construct and operate our historic ships for current and future generations.


Topics

Papers are invited from naval architects, academics, and enthusiasts on all related topics, including but not limited to:

• Analysis of historic designs, including investigations into their hydrodynamic efficiency and structural design

• Research into historic shipbuilding and sailing techniques

• Restoration and preservation

• Maintenance of craft skills and training

• Replicas and their concession to the modern world

• Recent archaeological discoveries

Selected papers may be published in the Transactions of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects


Featured papers

Day 1 11:00 - 15:30

  • A mystery of the first icebreaker
  • Galatea II: Reborn of a Classic

  • The Royal Louis (1668), a sailing masterpiece

  • The Entrails of a Ship

 

Day 2 11:00 - 15:30

  • The Album de Colbert: the image of shipbuilding
  • Structural Assessment and Scantlings of Traditional Small Crafts 
  • Aluminum use in historic ships and related problems as experienced on the SS Explorer
  • Timber Construction: An Experimental Assessment of the Strength of Scarf Joints and the Effectiveness of Various Adhesives for Laminated Wood 

**UK time (BST, UTC+1)

**Presentation time includes Q&A of approximately 10 minutes

**The conference programme may be subject to change


Register Interest 

Click here to register your interest in the Historic Ships conference and receive updates as they become available.

If you have any questions please contact our conference organiser: conference@rina.org.uk

Conference fees

Members: £50+VAT=£60

Non-Members: £60+VAT=£72

Please click here to pay online

Please click here to pay via invoice

We offer sponsored conference places for Student Members and Associate Members in full time education. For more information or to request a place, contact Nick Cox at 


Call for Papers

Papers may be submitted at Call for Papers


Conference Venue

The Ice Class Vessels conference will be held  online using Zoom. https://zoom.us/

It is not necessary to have a Zoom account to attend the Meetings, but those attending will be asked to download the Zoom App if not already downloaded. If you are unable to download, install, or run applications you may join from your browser. However, the meeting experience from the browser is limited.


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Attendance at the RINA conferences and courses qualifies as Continuing Professional Development. Delegates to the conference will receive a CPD Certificate

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