Energy Dissipation of Ship Structures subjected to Impact Loading: A Study Case in Side Collision

Aditya Rio Prabowo, Haris Nubli, Jung Min Sohn
2020 Procedia Structural Integrity  
The main goal of the present paper is to study the energy dissipation characteristic as the influence of parameters in the event of ship collisions. The review is conducted on accident case between Roll on-Roll off (Ro-Ro) Marisa Nusantara with Reefer Qi Hang at Sunda Strait, Indonesia May 3rd, 2014, as reference. It was later modeled and analyzed by nonlinear simulations finite element (FE) method was presented to be used as a reference to get the verified model. This collaboration study is
more » ... oration study is considered as a good reference because it used real accident damage to compare the numerical results. The result in collision energy from the virtual simulation was later verified with the calculation result of the empirical formula. In the extended study, the collision region and material model are selected as influenced parameters to design collision scenarios. The characteristic of collision energy from these scenarios will be discussed. In the same section, the damage pattern is observed and reviewed to find the relation between several parameters to calculation results. It was shown that the influence of region and location of target points contributed significantly to energy dissipation. In contrast, the key finding in material properties is that when Young's modulus between materials was the same and the difference of yield strength of materials was not significant, then other material properties contributed to the result. Abstract The main goal of the present paper is to study the energy dissipation characteristic as the influence of parameters in the event of ship collisions. The review is conducted on accident case between Roll on-Roll off (Ro-Ro) Marisa Nusantara with Reefer Qi Hang at Sunda Strait, Indonesia May 3rd, 2014, as reference. It was later modeled and analyzed by nonlinear simulations finite element (FE) method was presented to be used as a reference to get the verified model. This collaboration study is considered as a good reference because it used real accident damage to compare the numerical results. The result in collision energy from the virtual simulation was later verified with the calculation result of the empirical formula. In the extended study, the collision region and material model are selected as influenced parameters to design collision scenarios. The characteristic of collision energy from these scenarios will be discussed. In the same section, the damage pattern is observed and reviewed to find the relation between several parameters to calculation results. It was shown that the influence of region and location of target points contributed significantly to energy dissipation. In contrast, the key finding in material properties is that when Young's modulus between materials was the same and the difference of yield strength of materials was not significant, then other material properties contributed to the result.
doi:10.1016/j.prostr.2020.07.023 fatcat:kgulnkp5nbdprks46nsconm3v4