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Shipbuilding : Theory and Practice of Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering and Ocean Engineering, Vol.67 No.3 September 2016. -

When the ship is caught in heavy seas, there are two manoeuvres that the shipmaster can undertake to avoid excessive ship motion and hull damage: changing course or voluntary speed reduction. This paper presents a study of the effect of the various voluntary speed reduction criteria to attainable speed of ship on seaway. The speed loss is calculated by taking into account wind and wave effect on ship speed, the engine and propeller performance in actual seas as well as the mass inertia of the ship. The attainable ship speed for ship in head, following and beam waves by accounting for voluntary speed reduction is estimated for various significant wave height. The criteria of slamming, deck wetness, propeller emergence, excessive accelerations and roll are taken into account. The impact of variations of the limiting values of certain criteria due to which the captain intentionally reduces the ship speed is analysed and discussed.

Operability criteria; Seakeeping; Voluntary speed reduction



Author: Jasna Prpić-Oršić - ; Faculty of Engineering, University of Rijeka, Vukovarska 58, 51000 Rijeka Odd Magnus Faltinsen - ; Centr

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