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Slammimng & Dek Wetness

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A brief introduction on slamming & deckwetness.

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Slammimng & Dek Wetness

  1. 1. SLAMMING & DECK WETNESS
  2. 2. SLAMMING In rough seas, the vessel’s bow and stern may occasionally emerge from a wave and re- enter the wave with a heavy impact or slam as the hull structure comes in contact with the water. The vessel experiences impulse loads with high-pressure peaks during the impact between the vessel’s hull and water The Conditions leading to slamming are: High relative speed between ship and water Small rise of floor Shallow draft
  3. 3. Types of slamming 1.Bottom Slamming The bottom slamming pressure is to be calculated for the bottom structure in way of the flat of bottom forward of 0.25L measured from the forward perpendicular (FP). 2.Bowflare Slamming The Bowflare slamming pressure is to be calculated for the side shell structure above the waterline in the area forward of 0.25L from the FP. 3.Stern Slamming The stern slamming pressure is to be calculated for the shell structure between 0.15L from the after perpendicular (AP) and the aft end.
  4. 4. Effect of slamming 1.The area between 10 to 25 per cent of the length from the bow is the most likely to suffers high pressure on bottom plating and sustain damage 2.Stress is developed along the main structure, called as whipping stress. Due to that the deformation takes place in both the vertical and the horizontal direction.
  5. 5. DECK WETNESS The shipping of green water because of the Forward deck relative motion to the wave surface is defined as deck wetness. It is determined by the relative height of the deck above the ocean surface i.e. the height of the freeboard The Probability of increasing deck wetness is determined by two methods. STATIC SWELL-UP DYNAMIC SWELL-UP
  6. 6. STATIC SWELL-UP Static swell-up of water at bow occurs due to two phenomenon 1.Bow wave generated by the vessel while moving in steel water. 2. Sinkage of the bow of the ship while running at a speed. The effect of static swell-up is reduction of the freeboard height. The effective freeboard is given by Where f’(l)=Effective Freeboard. f(l)=Actual freeboard in still water. hs(l)=Static swell-up. ξ(e)=Elevation due to bow wave. ξ(s)=Sinkage due to speed. f’(l)=f(l)-hs(l) hs(l)=ξ(e)-ξ(s)
  7. 7. DYNAMIC SWELL-UP Dynamic swell-up occurs because of the bow , while immersing pushes water aside and ,while emerging from below sucks in water. The Dynamic swell-up is given by the following expression. Where, K=Constant depending up on the block-coefficient . = 1/3(CB-0.45) 0.6<CB<0.8 L=Distance of CG from the forward Perpendicular. S(l)=Relative bow speed. h’(l )can be obtained by following equation Where, h’(l)=Amplitude of relative bow motion considering dynamic effect. hd(l)=Amplitude of dynamic swell. S(l)=Amplitude of relative bow speed. hd (l)=KL 𝑆(𝑙) 𝑔𝑙 h’(l)S(l) hd(l) h’(l)=f’(l)-hd(l)+S(l)
  8. 8. Deck wetness can be reduced by By increased Freeboard By reducing speed By changing the ship’s heading relative to the predominant waves

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