In situ measurements of the actual stress conditions on ship structural elements, using strain gauge technologies.
Design and development of a sensor system measuring ship accelerations and motions.
In situ measurements of hull girder deflections during critical ship uploading operations on a chemical tanker.
Detailed elasto-plastic strength analysis of bolted joint connection, on the main girder of a shipyard gantry crane.
Detailed longitudinal strength analyses on the structure of a damaged cargo carrier, during various phases of flooding.
FE strength analysis of aluminum and composite ship hull panels during water slamming impacts.
FE strength analysis of Navy Frigate and Fast attack craft weapon system mounting structures.
FE local stress analysis of Tug boat deck and hull structures under ice braking and towing operations.
FE analysis of naval gun turret.
FE buckling and failure analysis of a cement loading crane system.
FE global stress analysis of major elements of a shipyard gantry crane.
FE stress analysis of the superstructure of an Offshore oil rig.
FE global and detail stress analysis of a research offshore platform hull structure.
Various FE analyses of RO-RO passenger ferries: global response of hull girder and detail analyses of structural elements and fitting supporting structures.
Failure analysis of Bulk Carrier bulkhead structure using FEA.
Development of interface codes between fluid solvers and FEM software for stress analysis of marine structures under the action of fire and explosions.
Mode shape, Natural frequency and forced vibration analyses of RO-RO passenger ferries.
Free hull girder vibration analyses of Navy LSTs.
Global (hull girder) and local vibration analyses of Navy OPVs, including radar mast, strut and rudder local vibrations using 3D FE models.
Measurements of vibration and noise levels onboard many passenger vessels and evaluation against comfort standards.