Marine Structural Design, Second Edition, is a wide-ranging, practical guide to marine structural analysis and design, describing in detail the application of modern structural engineering principles to marine and offshore structures.
Organized in five parts, the book covers basic structural design principles, strength, fatigue and fracture, and reliability and risk assessment, providing all the knowledge needed for limit-state design and re-assessment of existing structures.
Updates to this edition include new chapters on structural health monitoring and risk-based decision-making, arctic marine structural development, and the addition of new LNG ship topics, including composite materials and structures, uncertainty analysis, and green ship concepts.
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Part I: Structural Design Principles 1. Introduction 2. Wave loads for ship design and classification 3. Loads and dynamic response for offshore structures 4. Scantling of ship's hulls by rules 5. Ship hull scantling by analysis 6. Offshore structural analysis 7. Limit-state design of offshore structures
Part II: Ultimate Strength 8. Buckling/collapse of columns and beam-columns 9. Buckling and local buckling of tubular members 10. Ultimate strength of plates and stiffened plates 11. Ultimate strength of cylindrical shells 12. A theory of nonlinear finite element analysis 13. Collapse analysis of ship hulls 14. Offshore structures under impact loads 15. Offshore structures under earthquake loads
Part III: Fatigue and Fracture 16. Mechanism of fatigue and fracture 17. Fatigue capacity 18. Fatigue loading and stresses 19. Simplified fatigue assessment 20. Spectral fatigue analysis and design 21. Application of fracture mechanics 22. Material selections and damage to tolerance criteria
Part IV: Structural Reliability 23. Basics of structural reliability 24. Random variables and uncertainty analysis 25. Reliability of ship structures 26. Reliability-based design and code calibration 27. Fatigue reliability 28. Probability and risk based inspection planning
Part V: Risk Assessment 29. Risk assessment methodology 30. Risk assessment applied to offshore structures 31. Formal safety assessment applied to the shipping industry 32. Economic risk assessment for field development 33. Human reliability assessment 34. Risk centered maintenance
Professor Yong Bai is the President of Offshore Pipelines and Risers, Inc. in Houston, and also the director of the Offshore Engineering Research Center at Zhejiang University. He has previously taught at Stavanger University in Norway and has also worked with ABS as manager of the Offshore Technology Department and DNV as the JIP project manager. Yong obtained a Ph.D. in Offshore Structures at Hiroshima University, Japan in 1989. Yong has authored more than 100 papers on the design and installation of subsea pipelines and risers and is the author of Marine Structural Design and Subsea Pipelines and Risers.
Wei-Liang Jin Head of the Institute of Structural Engineering, Zhejiang University, China.
Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) and an honorary professor in Queen's University, UK. His research interest includes structural reliability, durability of reinforced concrete structure, health monitoring of concrete structures, and fundamental theories of concrete structures and their applications. He founded the group on Durability of Concrete Structures in 1995 at Zhejiang University, which carries out research on the durability problems regarding environments, materials, concrete components and structures. He has been awarded 20 research grants by the Chinese government and has published more than 200 articles, co-authored 9 monographs. He also won 3 National Awards for Science and Technology Progress and 5 Science & Technology Awards of Zhejiang Province. Prof. Jin previously held research fellowships from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and the Norwegian Council of Research.