In this paper, for selected navy vessels, a study of operational profiles in terms of intact stability performance in waves has been carried out. As an assessment tool, operational measures formulated within the Second Generation Intact Stability Criteria (SGISc) have been considered suitable for the analysis, as further detailed in the relevant guidelines. An application to different naval vessel typologies has been undertaken for the different stability failure modes. Results are analysed also in the view to evaluate how decisions in terms of ship speed may affect also ship stability besides range.

A SGISC-Based Study about operational Profiles of Navy Vessels

Nicola Petacco;Paola Gualeni
2022

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In this paper, for selected navy vessels, a study of operational profiles in terms of intact stability performance in waves has been carried out. As an assessment tool, operational measures formulated within the Second Generation Intact Stability Criteria (SGISc) have been considered suitable for the analysis, as further detailed in the relevant guidelines. An application to different naval vessel typologies has been undertaken for the different stability failure modes. Results are analysed also in the view to evaluate how decisions in terms of ship speed may affect also ship stability besides range.
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