On board ships, cargo-related failure conditions are strongly dependent on cargo and lashing systems. This study presents a procedure for achieving an effective FE structural model of a container stack for carrying out the numerical simulations with the aim to define a numerical model that accurately simulates the actual deformation of a stack, making it as simple as possible in order to decrease the computational cost of the simulations. Using this model, a series of numerical analyses can be carried out for a huge amount of loading conditions obtained by non-linear numerical simulations of ship motions.

A simplified FE model for the non-linear analysis of container stacks subject to inertial loads due to ship motions

BROCCO, EMANUELE;MORO, LORENZO;BIOT, MARCO
2015

Abstract

On board ships, cargo-related failure conditions are strongly dependent on cargo and lashing systems. This study presents a procedure for achieving an effective FE structural model of a container stack for carrying out the numerical simulations with the aim to define a numerical model that accurately simulates the actual deformation of a stack, making it as simple as possible in order to decrease the computational cost of the simulations. Using this model, a series of numerical analyses can be carried out for a huge amount of loading conditions obtained by non-linear numerical simulations of ship motions.
9781138027893
https://www.crcpress.com/Analysis-and-Design-of-Marine-Structures-V/Guedes-Soares-Shenoi/p/book/9781138027893
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