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Title: Stability of European Inland vessels: deterministic regulations vs. probabilistic approach
Other Titles: Estabilidad de los buques de navegación interior europeos: norma determinista contra enfoque probabilístico
Authors: Bačkalov, Igor
Keywords: intact stabilityinland container vesselsinland passenger vesselsprobabilistic ship stability regulationscoupled nonlinear rollingstochastic windestabilidad intactabuques de contenedor interioresbuques de pasajeros interioresprobabilísticas normas de estabilidad de la naveacoplado no lineal del balanceoviento estocástico
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste
Source: Igor Bačkalov, "Stability of European Inland vessels: deterministic regulations vs. probabilistic approach", in: Alberto Francescutto, Manuel Arcenio Urcia Larios, Gabriele Bulian (eds.), "Safety and energy efficiency in river transportation for a sustainable development of the peruvian Amazon region. First International Conference, 17th-19th July 2013, Iquitos, Peru", Trieste, EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2013, pp. 01-1 – 01-19.
Abstract: This paper presents an overview of stability requirements contained in various safety regulations for inland vessels that coexist in Europe. A range of national, regional and international rules that are presently in force, comprise diverse criteria and use different stability assessment methods. Using typical European inland vessels, the differences between regulations are emphasized through numerical examples, with specific focus on inland container vessels and river cruisers. It is demonstrated that existing deterministic regulations fail to provide sufficient level of safety in a number of relevant cases. Therefore, a probabilistic alternative to present regulations is proposed and discussed. Particular attention is paid to appropriate modelling of ship motions and weather conditions (gusting wind).
Este escrito presenta una visión general de los requisitos de estabilidad contenidos en diferentes normas de seguridad para los buques de navegación interior que coexisten en Europa. Una gama de normas nacionales, regionales e internacionales, que son actualmente en vigor, comprenden diversos criterios y utilizan métodos de evaluación de estabilidad diferentes. Si se utilizan típicos buques de navegación interiores europeos, las diferencias entre las normas están subrayadas por ejemplos numéricos, con una atención específica a los buques de contenedor interior y cruceros fluviales. Está demostrado que las normas deterministas existentes dejan de proporcionar un nivel suficiente de seguridad en una serie de casos relevantes. A consecuencia de esto, aquí se propone y se discute una alternativa probabilística a las normas actuales. Se presta una atención particular al modelado adecuado de movimientos de la nave y a las condiciones meteorológicas (ráfagas de viento).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10077/8794
ISBN: 978-88-8303-505-0
eISBN: 978-88-8303-506-7
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