Review of the seakeeping criteria for the study of a passenger ship criteria in Indonesian water

Jamal*, A. Sulisetyono, W. D. Aryawan

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The human sickness of the ship's crews and passengers is considered as main requirements to be fulfilled in ship design stages which is related to the performance of ship motion when operating in seaway. This paper describe review some seakeeping criteria which are published by several institutions for the purpose of ship safety and comfort. Since these criteria were initially issued based on extreme sea conditions, it is necessary to study if they are applied to relatively moderate sea conditions in Indonesian. For this reason, a new approach is proposed to deal with a new criteria by measuring motions directly on the ship in operation. Briefly method is described as first, the ship motion in 6 degrees of freedom is measured by sensors which is installed in a particular place on the ship's board, for which the data generated include an angular velocity, a vertical and a tranversal accelerations of motions. Second, Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) algorithm is adopted to process the measured data which are presented in the form of time series and spectrum diagrams, and the Power Spectral Density (PSD) method is also used to eliminate nois data. Third, the ship motion criteria for the case of the passenger ship is determined and it compare to the existing criteria.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012041
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 18 Dec 2020
Event2nd International Conference in Engineering, Technology and Innovative Researches, ICETIR 2020 - Purbalingga, Indonesia
Duration: 2 Sept 20203 Sept 2020


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