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Commercial wave energy exploitation will be realised by placing multiple wave energy converters (WECs) in an array configuration. A point-absorber WEC consists of a floating or submerged body to capture wave energy from different wave directions. This point-absorber WEC acts as an efficient wave absorber that is also an efficient wave generator. Op...
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Please cite this article as: Kaniz Fatema , Md. Ekramul Islam , S.M. Yiasir Arafat , M. Ali Akbar , Solitons' behavior of waves by the effect of linearity and velocity of the results of a model in magnetized plasma field, Journal of Ocean Engineering and Science (2022), doi: https://doi. 1 Highlights  We suggest some new forms of waves of the modi...
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Wave-vegetation interaction is implemented in the WAVEWATCH III (WW3) model. The vegetation sink term followed the early formulations of Dalrymple et al. (Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, 1984, 110, 67-79), which focused on monochromatic waves and vegetation approximated as an array of rigid, vertical cylinders, and was la...
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Recently, an analysis method using machine learning for solving problems in coastal and ocean engineering has been highlighted. Machine learning models are effective modeling tools for predicting specific parameters by learning complex relationships based on a specified dataset. In coastal and ocean engineering, various studies have been conducted...
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A novel statistical linearization technique is developed for determining approximately the response statistics and the power output of U-Oscillating Water Column (U-OWC) energy harvesting systems. In this regard, first, the governing equations are derived by employing the unsteady Bernoulli equation. Note that the intermittent, i.e., non-stationary...
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Over the years, datasets have been developed for various object detection tasks. Object detection in the maritime domain is essential for the safety and navigation of ships. However, there is still a lack of publicly available large-scale datasets in the maritime domain. To overcome this challenge, we present KOLOMVERSE, an open large-scale image d...
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It is our great pleasure to announce that JMSE (ISSN 2077-1312) has received an increased CiteScore (2021 Scopus data) of 2.8 for the year 2021, ranking as a Q2 journal in the category "Ocean Engineering"!
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In this contribution, an intelligent controller is proposed for an underactuated overhead container crane subject to both parameter uncertainties and unmodeled dynamics. The adopted approach is based on the sliding mode method to confer robustness against modeling inaccuracies and external disturbances. Additionally, an adaptive fuzzy inference sys...
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This paper proposes a method for the online parameter identification of nonlinear ship motion systems. First, the motion system of a ship is nonlinear, and in the course of sailing, the motion parameters of the ship will change with the change of the motion state of the ship and the sailing environment. To achieve the effect of real-time identifica...
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Growing influence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in multiple venues has made it imperative to harness the powers of AI for Ocean Engineering. Seconded by the influx of Internet of Things (IoT) in generating wide coverage of sensor networks, Edge Computing (EC) has paved the way for investigation of underwater as well as massive marine data, thereb...
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Predation is one of the strongest selection pressures phytoplankton has evolved strategies to cope with. Concurrently, phytoplankton growth must deal with resource acquisition. Experiments on mono- and mixed cultures of morphologically different diatoms exposed to copepods were performed to assess if size and shape were primary drivers in avoiding...
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Vulnerabilities and risks in coastal areas have increased, especially since the midpoint of the last century, and a much more pronounced increase is expected after the midpoint of the current century. It has become clear that human activity is the main cause of imbalances, both directly, through local actions, and indirectly, through contributions...
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The article herein presents a closed-form mathematical equation by which it is possible to estimate the propulsion power demand of ships as a function of the propeller parameters and total Resistance. The validation of the derived model is conducted by use of the Series 60 Model data and of the Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineerin...
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In level ice, the maneuvering motion of icebreakers has a major influence on the global ice loads of the hull. This study researched the influences of the drift angle and turning radius on the ice loads of the icebreaker Xue Long through a partial numerical method based on the linear superposition theory of ice loads. First, with reference to the A...
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RESUMO Este trabalho apresenta os contornos ambientais das ondas construídos usando o conceito I-FORM para auxiliar no desenvolvimento de dispositivos de conversão de energia das ondas na região de interesse. Os principais passos do citado método foram aplicados para a derivação dos contornos da altura significativa e periodo de pico das ondas. O t...
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A webinar presentation based on the journal paper "Formulation of wave and current forces acting on a body and resistance of ships," S. Beji, Ocean Engineering 218 (2020) 108121 was given for the Kıyı Mühendisliği Webinar 2021 Series. This presentation is the pdf version of the ppt used for the webinar.
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This deliverable is associated with Task 5.2: "Development of control-orientated model" and is in the form of a software tool that will allow the investigation of different control strategies for the LiftWEC concept and as a basis for the model based control design. Originally it was supposed to be a software tool accompanied by a report that descr...
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Different innovative ideas on simple stern fixtures such as stern wedges, flaps, interceptors have evolved over the past few years to improve the hydrodynamic performance of high-speed vessels, including planing crafts. This paper examines the hydrodynamic performance of a planing craft fitted with an interceptor alone and also an interceptor-flap...
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Introduction As part of the European Horizon 2020 project UNITED (UNITED, 2021), an offshore longline system (Morse and Rice, 2010) will be installed to assess the feasibility of cultivating European flat oysters (Ostrea edulis) in the Belgian part of the North Sea 25 nautical miles off shore. Five different culture systems are studied: SEAPA baske...
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In this paper the numerical modelling of an Oscillating Water Column (OWC) Wave Energy Converter (WEC) is studied using DualSPHysics, a software that applies the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) method. SPH is a Lagrangian meshless method used in a growing range of applications within the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). The power...
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Plans for the construction and maintenance of various marine infrastructure facilities (drilling, shipping terminals, etc.) in the seas covered with seasonal ice require the solution, among other tasks, of the issue of cargo and passenger transportation from coastal bases to these facilities. Helicopter transport already in use is highly dependent...
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Recently, several countries have made commitments to move to a net-zero emission by the year 2050 in a response to climate change. Among various renewable energy systems to realize the target, wind energy system has been gaining much attention as a favorable alternative source to fossil fuel energy. In particular, many floating offshore wind turbin...
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Simulation video for the water entry process of a freefall lifeboat. Powered by STAR-CCM+. The paper is published in Ocean Engineering, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oceaneng.2021.109115
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In this paper, the efficiency of Propeller Boss Cap Fins (PBCF) installed at the bulk carrier was estimated under both Propeller Open Water (POW) and self-propulsion conditions. For this estimation, virtual model-basin tests (resistance, POW, and self-propulsion tests) were conducted through Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFDs) simulation. In the re...
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Floating breakwater (PGT) is designed to be applied as a wave barrier to reduce beach abrasion and wave energy so that waves coming to the beach have their energy reduced. Compared to conventional breakwater structures, PGT structures are more advantageous if the area to be protected from impact waves has a large enough depth. This structure is mor...
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This study examines the publications in journals published in the field of Ocean Engineering from 1889 to May 2021 by noting the contributions of researchers, institutions and journals to this field as well as the changes over time. A total of 292,755 publications in the field of Ocean Engineering and related fields have been analyzed in the study...
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There are 1036 papers have been published in Section “Ocean Engineering” of JMSE by now. We really appreciate all supports from our Editor-in-Chief, editorial board members, topic members, reviewer members and authors. We hope and believe Section “Ocean Engineering” will be better with your great help. We also hope to communicate with more scholar...
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Ice floes in the marginal ice zone (MIZ) are exposed to wind, wave, and current forces which greatly influence the dynamics of the ice floes. ISO 19906 recommends considering combined wave and ice actions while designing offshore structures for arctic and cold regions. Few studies have focused on ice-structure interactions in waves. There are not m...
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In this study, experiments were conducted to provide validation data for numerical simulations. Model tests were conducted in a 2D wave flume at the Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering (KRISO). A series of hammering tests for two flat plates with different lengths under dry and partially wet conditions were performed to investig...
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In this study, we develop the mechanical metamaterial-enabled piezoelectric nanogenerators in the gyro-structure, which is reported as a novel green energy solution to generate electrical power under quasi-static excitations (i.e., <1 Hz) such as in the ocean environment. The plate-like mechanical metamaterials are designed with a hexagonal corruga...
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To ensure the international competitiveness of the domestic offshore plant industry, a consensus has been formed regarding the requirement for large offshore basins for performing offshore plant performance verification. Accordingly, the Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering has built the world's largest deep ocean engineering basin...
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In order to numerically simulate the wave-current interaction problems frequently encountered by aquaculture structures, a two-dimensional numerical wave-current tank model was established here based on a mass source wave maker coupled with an analytical relaxation wave absorber. The wave-maker model and the wave-absorber model were embedded into a...
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In this study, experimental and numerical methods were applied to estimate surge and sway wave drift forces and yaw drift moment acting on KVLCC2, advancing in oblique wave. An experiment was carried out in the ocean engineering basin of the Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering (KRISO). A series of regular wave tests under variou...
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An alternative to experiments is the use of numerical model tests, where the performances of ships can be evaluated entirely by computer simulations. In this paper, the free surface viscous flow around a bare hull model is simulated with three Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software packages (FINE Marine, ANSYS CFD and SHIPFLOW) and compared to...
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An alternative to experiments is the use of numerical model tests, where the performances of ships can be evaluated entirely by computer simulations. In this paper, the free surface viscous flow around a bare hull model is simulated with three Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software packages (FINE Marine, ANSYS CFD and SHIPFLOW) and compared to...
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Nine non-pollen palynomorph (NPP) groups occur in Quaternary marine and brackish water sediments; these groups represent various planktonic or micro- to macrobenthic organisms. Some extant NPP were previously classified as fossil Acritarcha, Chitinozoa or scolecodonts. We refer to reviews of these fossils and their applications for Paleozoic-Mesozo...
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The main transport channel of the global economy is represented by shipping. Engineers and hull designers are more preoccupied in ensuring fleet safety, the proper operation of the ships, and, more recently, compliance with International Maritime Organization (IMO) regulatory incentives. Considerable efforts have been devoted to in-depth understand...
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The bill of lading and charterparty are vital for international trade and transport. To signify their enduring importance, this paper firstly seeks to illuminate the earliest historical evidence relating to the bill of lading and charterparty, and secondly, discuss their current legal and commercial nature and functions as well as their relationshi...
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The bill of lading and charterparty are vital for international trade and transport. To signify their enduring importance, this paper firstly seeks to illuminate the earliest historical evidence relating to the bill of lading and charterparty, and secondly, discuss their current legal and commercial nature and functions as well as their relationshi...
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Carbon fiber reinforced composite materials are finding new applications in highly loaded marine structures such as tidal turbine blades and marine propellers. Such applications require long-term damage resistance while being subjected to continuous seawater immersion. However, few data exist on which to base material selection and design. This pap...
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Large aquaculture systems may have the potential to damp wave energy for coastal protection. The performance of these systems are influenced by the dynamics of components such as flexible kelp blades and mussel droppers. In this thesis, the dynamics of kelp blades and mussel droppers were investigated with a consistent-mass cable model with focus o...
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This data article presents the structure of a Genetic Algorithm model written in a MATLAB code for finding the 1D JONSWAP spectra parameters when measured raw spectra is not available. The JONSWAP spectra is widely used in Coastal, Offshore, and Ocean Engineering for determining wave parameters for structure designing and numerical modeling. Howeve...
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Maritime transport faces new safety-related challenges resulting from constantly increasing traffic density, along with increasing dimensions of ships. Consequently, the number of new concepts related to Decision Support Systems (DSSs) supporting safe shipborne operations in the presence of reduced ship manning is rapidly growing, both in academia...
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Accurate evaluation of the underwater radiated noise under the snorkel operating condition is critical as submarines are frequently exposed to danger under this condition. In this article, the procedures of an integrated simulation to estimate the flow-induced noise considering the submarine operating condition are described. These procedures evalu...
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Zhao, C.; Liang, N.; Yuan, L., and Zhu, X., 2020. Factors for the dispersibility of polyvinyl alcohol fiber in aqueous solution. In: Yang, Y.; Mi, C.; Zhao, L., and Lam, S. (eds.), Global Topics and New Trends in Coastal Research: Port, Coastal and Ocean Engineering. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 103, pp. 516–520. Coconut Creek (Fl...
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Bu, N.; Kong, H.; Barry, N.; Sun, N.; Yin, Z., and Yu, J., 2020. A numerical study on the competitiveness of China's cruise tourism under economic differences. In: Yang, Y.; Mi, C.; Zhao, L., and Lam, S. (eds.), Global Topics and New Trends in Coastal Research: Port, Coastal and Ocean Engineering. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 103,...
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The nonlinear interaction between waves and floating wave energy converters (WECs) has become in the recent years one of the biggest challenges for wave power industry. Large displacements of real structures demand accurate and robust numerical tools to solve the problems more efficiently. However, all this nonlinear interactions between the floati...
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Despite the widely recognized role of infragravity (IG) waves in many often-hazardous nearshore processes, spectral wave models , which exclude IG-wave dynamics, are often used in the design and assessment of coastal dikes. Consequently, the safety of these structures in environments where IG waves dominate remains uncertain. Here, we combine physi...
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Complex flow around floating structures is a highly nonlinear problem, and it is a typical feature in ship and ocean engineering. Traditional experimental methods and potential flow theory have limitations in predicting complex viscous flows. With the improvement of high-performance computing and the development of numerical techniques, computation...
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Experimental tests and numerical simulations of a full-scale segment of a foot and cycle bridge made of polymer composites are presented in the paper. The analysed structure is made of sandwich panels, which consist of glass fibre reinforced polymer (GFRP) multi-layered laminate faces and a PET foam (obtained from recycling) core. The dimensions of...
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O presente trabalho apresenta uma breve revisão da teoria usada no cálculo do Fluxo de Energia transmitido por ondas oceânicas, abordando o conceito do “período de energia”. Apresenta-se também uma forma aproximada para cálculo do Fluxo a partir da altura significativa e do período de pico do Estado de Mar. A questão da direcionalidade do Fluxo de...
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Intertidal benthic diatoms experience a highly variable light regime, which especially challenges these organisms to cope with excess light energy during low tide. Non-photochemical quenching of chlorophyll fluorescence (NPQ) is one of the most rapid mechanisms diatoms possess to dissipate excess energy. Its capacity is mainly defined by the xantho...
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In the field of Engineering, research has conveniently exploited the fluids for energy production. The possibility to use marine renewable energy is still under development, in particular, among the wave energy converter devices the U-OWC systems are the most promising. The main objective of this work is to validate a numerical model with an experi...
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The article presents the results of selected works related to the wider subject of the research conducted at the Faculty of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology of the Gdansk University of Technology, which concerns design and technology of construction, towing, and settlement on the seabed, or anchoring, of supporting structures for offshore wind...
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This collection of 50 papers presents selected reports of the 2018 International Conference on “Physics, Mechanics of New Materials and Their Applications” (PHENMA-2018), which has been taken place in Busan, South Korea, 9-11 August, 2018 (http://phenma2018.math.sfedu.ru) The conference was sponsored by the Busan Tourism Organization (South Korea),...
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4th Coastal, Offshore and Ocean Engineering Conference 2019 Gdansk University of Technology, Faculty of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology, 8.11.2019, Gdańsk, Poland
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This paper presents an integrated team-based, and research-based learning approach utilized in lecturing multidisciplinary marine engineering courses. The approach is exemplified during one month Ocean Engineering Summer School program at the Marine Technology Department, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, for a grou...
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We are honored to bring you this monograph on ‘Structural Analysis and Design of Pressure Vessels - Submarine Design and Engineering’. This monograph contains contributed articles and presentations of the short term course on ‘‘Structural Analysis and Design of Pressure Vessels - Dedicated to and focused on Submarine Design and Engineering: SAaDPVs...
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Field observations provide valuable data regarding nearshore tsunami impact, yet only in inundation areas where tsunami waves have already flooded. Therefore, tsunami modeling is essential to understand tsunami behavior and prepare for tsunami inundation. It is necessary that all numerical models used in tsunami emergency planning be subject to ben...