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Bigot, F. (author), Derbanne, Q. (author), Sireta, F.X. (author), Malenica, S. (author), Tuitman, J.T. (author)
It is nowadays well recognized that the hydroelastic ship response might be an important part of the overall ship structural response. We usually talk about two phenomena: namely springing and whipping, even if sometimes it is not trivial to distinguish between the two of them. Usually, springing is defined as a continuous resonant wave-induced...
conference paper 2011