複合荷重下における船体梁の縦曲げ最終強度に関する研究:－その２ 簡易解析手法の構築－ [in Japanese] Ultimate Longitudinal Strength of Ships' Hull Girder under Combined Loading:- 2nd report: Development of simplified analysis method - [in Japanese]
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FEM analysis using fine-mesh shell models has been increasingly applied to the ultimate longitudinal strength analysis of ship's hull girder. However, the cost and elapsed time necessary for FEM analyses including FE modelling are still large for the design stage. Therefore, it is a common procedure to apply the Smith's method and to evaluate approximately the maximum longitudinal bending strength of a specified cross section. In this case, the effect of shear and warping stresses, which is significant in very large container ships, is not considered.The objective of this study is to propose a method of the analysis of ultimate hull girder strength under combined bending and torsion. The hull girder is modelled by a series of thin-walled beam elements and the average stress-average strain relationship of plate and stiffened panel segments under axial loads considering the effect of shear stress is implemented in the beam elements. The shift of instantaneous neutral axis and shear center can be automatically considered by introducing axial degree of freedom as well as the bending ones in the beam elements, and keeping the zero axial load condition. The proposed simplified method is applied to the test model explained in the 1st report. First, bending and torsional moment is applied to the beam model for a whole model within the elastic range. Then, the ultimate bending strength of cross sections is calculated applying the Smith's method to a beam element considering the warping and shear stresses. On the other hand, nonlinear explicit finite element analyses are adopted for analysis of the test model by using LS-DYNA. The effectiveness of present simplified analysis method of ultimate hull girder strength under combined loads is discussed comparing with the results of experiments and LS-DYNA analyses.
- Journal of the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers
Journal of the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers 20(0), 137-145, 2014
The Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers