Association Technique Maritime et Aéronautique

Numéro : B-106 - Year : 2007

Bulletin de l'Association Technique Maritime et Aéronautique. Numéro 106. Année 2007

2487 - Le Havre – Port 2000, a large scale experience of sustainable development

2488 - French hydrodynamic organisation: LEHGO

2489 - Experimental and numerical simulation: two complementary tools at disposition of naval architects

2490 - Pump-propeller POD: a new propulsion concept

2491 - Finite element structural analysis of floating oil spill containment booms

2492 - The gm-meter tests, numerical techniques to improve the stability tests

2493 - Stability calculation software on board of navy ships based on Diodore software

2494 - FPSO maintenance

2495 - Better navigation thanks to artificial intelligence.

2496 - Fatigue behaviour evaluation of submarine resistant structures

2497 - Development of computing/testing methods to predict the elastic strength of ships

2498 - Implementation of numerical methods for the vibration and acoustic analysis of ships

2499 - An ultra fast tool for numerical hull modelling and mesh generation

2500 - Pipeline j-lay tower on the Acergy Polaris derrick lay barge

2501 - From 6500 TEU to 11400 TEU for a same concept: to what limit it will be possible to go?

2502 - Improvement of ship propulsion plant regulation systems – wave modelling

2503 - Sensors for the evaluation of the fatigue damage accumulation of a welded structure.

2504 - General problems raised by ship dismantling

2505 - The ship dismantling markets

2506 - Merchant and navy ship dismantling techniques

2507 - The undergoing international negotiations

2508 - The ship dismantling legal context

2509 - Ship dismantling workshop conclusions

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