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Warship 2016: Advanced Technologies in Naval Design, Construction, & Operation

15-16 June 2016, Bath, UK

Sponsored by:BMT

 

  

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ISBN: 978-1-909024-55-7

Conference 2016 Papers

The Warship 2017: Naval Submarines and UUVs International Conference papers are available in either printed or CD-ROM format. The CD-ROM version also contains the speakers Powerpoint presentation. 

  • Does One Size Fit All? Or Do Different Warship Designs Require Different Ship Design Methods? by D Andrews, FREng, PhD, FRINA, RCNC (Vice President), University College London, London, UK
  • From Performance Requirements to Viable Technical Solutions – Naval Architect's Reality Check in the Conceptual Design Phase by K Partiala and R Kotiranta, Surma Ltd, Finland
  • Why is Naval Design Decision-Making So Difficult? by A A Kana, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands and C P F Shields and D J Singer, University of Michigan, USA
  • Initial Lessons from Application of Virtual Reality to Warship Design by N Bradbeer, University College London, UK
  • Combat Safety and Survivability: Using Survivability Techniques to Assess Crew Safety During Combat by D Manley FRINA, RCNC, UK Ministry of Defence, UK
  • Harness: Development of a Multifunctional Protective Ship Bulkhead by R van der Wal, TNO Defence Research, The Netherlands  and R J C van Meurs, Ministry of Defence, The Netherlands
  • Study of Dynamic Flow Effects Due to Ship Air Wake and Rotor Downwash Interaction on Warship Helo-Decks by IS Makkar, SN Singh and SS Sinha, Department of Applied Mechanics, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India and R Vijayakumar, Department of Ocean Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India
  • Effect of Gas Turbine Intake Location on the Smoke Ingress Problem in Naval Ships by R Vijayakumar, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India and S N Singh, and V Seshadri, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
  • An Initial Investigation of Submarine Torpedo Evasion With Top Speed by G Hartle, Ministry of Defence, UK and N Bradbeer, University College London, UK
  • Life Cycle Management Matrix – Optimising Life Cycle Maintenance of Naval Ships by A Thaikoottam Kunjumon, Abu Dhabi Ship Building, UAE
  • A New Approach to Managing the Acoustic Signature Risk in Warship Design by K G Hamson, Frazer-Nash Consultancy Limited, UK
  • The Might of the Lesser-Thought-of Watertight, Weathertight and Gas-Tight NBCW Seals in Warfare: Why their Improved Maintenance Today, and Introducing Continuous Monitoring in the Future, Can Improve Safety on Warships by J. Globisz, C.M.E. Hunter, C.S.P. Hunter, G.H.C. Hunter, C. Kay, F. Milner, M. B. Radhakrishna, A. Saw and S. Watson, Coltraco Ultrasonics, UK
  • The Potential Use of Energy Saving Technologies in Future Patrol Combatants by R J Pawling, S Suárez de la Fuente, D J Andrews, Marine Research Group, UCL, London, UK
  • A Systematic Comparison Of The Influence Of The Hull Vane®, Inter-Ceptors, Trim Wedges, and Ballasting on the Performance of the 50m AMECRC Series #13 Patrol Vessel by K Uithof, N Hagemeister, B Bouckaert, P G van Oossanen, and N Moerke, Hull Vane B.V., van Oossanen Naval Architecture, and van Oossanen Fluid Dynamics, Netherlands
  • Alternative Energy Systems for Naval Vessels by U Vogler and J Lampe, DNV GL, Germany
  • Progress in Quiescent Period Prediction by M Belmont and J Christmas, University of Exeter, UK, B Ferrier, Hoffman Engineering Corp, USA and JM Duncan and J Duncan, DE&S Maritime Combat Systems, UK
  • Helicopter – Ship Motion Interface Prediction Using Simulation Technology Developments and Trial Results from a Dedicated Royal Navy Sea Trial by Dr. B Ferrier, Hoffman Engineering Corporation, Dynamic Interface Laboratory, USA, Dr. J Duncan, Defence Equipment & Support, MOD, UK, Dr. M. R. Belmont, Exeter University, UK and  Mr. A Curnow, Defence Equipment & Support, MOD, UK

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