Structural Analysis of Composite Search and Rescue Vessels under the New BS EN ISO 12215-5

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Abstract

Amongst the new implementations to the forthcoming BS EN ISO 12215-5 features a workboat annex, namely Annex J. This will allow vessels in professional use, such as search and rescue crafts, to be designed under the updated regulation. Moreover, to account for the increasing design and operating speeds since the previous BS EN ISO 12215-5 published in 2008, the scope has been extended beyond 50 knots, while also accounting for higher accelerations. The technical background and practical applications of the new regulation for composite vessels will be presented, highlighting the increased factors of safety adopted to ensure reliability and account for the operating profile of the vessels.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 18 Apr 2018
EventSURV9 – Surveillance, Search and Rescue Craft - London, United Kingdom
Duration: 18 Apr 2018 → …

Conference

ConferenceSURV9 – Surveillance, Search and Rescue Craft
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Period18/04/18 → …

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© 2018: The Royal Institution of Naval Architects

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    Souppez, J-B. R. G. (2018). Structural Analysis of Composite Search and Rescue Vessels under the New BS EN ISO 12215-5. Paper presented at SURV9 – Surveillance, Search and Rescue Craft, London, United Kingdom.