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dc.contributor.editorMancuso, Antonio
dc.contributor.editorTumino, Davide
dc.description.abstractModern engineering design processes are driven by the extensive use of numerical simulations; naval architecture and ocean engineering are no exception. Computational power has been improved over the last few decades; therefore, the integration of different tools such as CAD, FEM, CFD, and CAM has enabled complex modeling and manufacturing problems to be solved in a more feasible way. Classical naval design methodology can take advantage of this integration, giving rise to more robust designs in terms of shape, structural and hydrodynamic performances, and the manufacturing process.This Special Issue invites researchers and engineers from both academia and the industry to publish the latest progress in design and manufacturing techniques in marine engineering and to debate the current issues and future perspectives in this research area. Suitable topics for this issue include, but are not limited to, the following:CAD-based approaches for designing the hull and appendages of sailing and engine-powered boats and comparisons with traditional techniques;Finite element method applications to predict the structural performance of the whole boat or of a portion of it, with particular attention to the modeling of the material used;Embedded measurement systems for structural health monitoring;Determination of hydrodynamic efficiency using experimental, numerical, or semi-empiric methods for displacement and planning hulls;Topology optimization techniques to overcome traditional scantling criteria based on international standards;Applications of additive manufacturing to derive innovative shapes for internal reinforcements or sandwich hull structures.
dc.subject.classificationthema EDItEUR::T Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, Industrial processes::TB Technology: general issuesen_US
dc.subject.classificationthema EDItEUR::T Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, Industrial processes::TB Technology: general issues::TBX History of engineering and technologyen_US
dc.subject.otherwave compensation platform
dc.subject.other3-SPR parallel platform
dc.subject.other3-RPS parallel platform
dc.subject.otherstructure optimization
dc.subject.otherworkspace analysis
dc.subject.otherlevel 4 sea state
dc.subject.othercryogenic tank
dc.subject.otherboil-off gas (BOG)
dc.subject.otherboil-off rate (BOR)
dc.subject.otherfinite element analysis (FEA)
dc.subject.otherliquid nitrogen
dc.subject.othernear-bottom zooplankton
dc.subject.othervisible sampling
dc.subject.otherdeep sea
dc.subject.othersailing yacht design
dc.subject.otherrational Bézier curves
dc.subject.othercomputational fluid dynamics
dc.subject.otherhull design
dc.subject.otherair cavity ships
dc.subject.otherhull ventilation
dc.subject.otherstepped planing hull
dc.subject.otherCartesian adaptive grids
dc.subject.otherimmersed boundaries
dc.subject.otherLES simulation
dc.subject.othervelocity prediction program
dc.subject.othernumerical optimization
dc.subject.otherHigh-Fidelity analysis
dc.subject.othergeometric parameterization
dc.subject.othermultihull design
dc.subject.otherfinite element method
dc.subject.othersail design
dc.subject.othersail loads
dc.subject.otherbiomimetic design
dc.subject.otherlightweight structure
dc.subject.othercomputer fluid dynamics
dc.subject.otherdesign for additive manufacturing
dc.subject.otherautonomous underwater vehicle (AUV)
dc.subject.othercollision avoidance planning
dc.subject.otherdeep reinforcement learning (DRL)
dc.subject.otherdouble-DQN (D-DQN)
dc.subject.othercomputational model
dc.subject.otheroscillating water column
dc.subject.otherwave energy converter
dc.subject.otherturbulent flows
dc.subject.otherSavonius turbine
dc.titleAdvanced Techniques for Design and Manufacturing in Marine Engineering

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