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MARSTRUCT 2009 Conference
Lisbon, Portugal, 16-18 March 2009

Ultimate strength performance of Suezmax tanker structures: Pre-CSR versus CSR designs

Author(s): J.K. Paik, D.K. Kim and M.S. Kim

Abstract:
The objective of the present paper is to investigate the ultimate strength performance characteristics of Suezmax class double hull oil tanker structures designed by pre-CSR (Common Structural Rules) versus CSR methods in terms of buckling collapse of stiffened plate structures at deck and bottom part, and also of hull girder collapse. ALPS/ULSAP code for ultimate strength calculations of stiffened plate structures and ALPS/HULL code for progressive hull collapse analysis are employed for this purpose. Three types of structural scantlings, namely net, gross (as-built) and 50% corrosion margin scantlings are considered in association with ultimate strength performance. The insights and conclusions obtained from the present study are documented.

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