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Hess, P.E. (author), An, C. (author), Brubak, L. (author), Chen, X. (author), Chiu, J.T. (author), Czujko, J. (author), Darie, I. (author), Feng, G. (author), Gaiotti, M. (author), Jang, B.S. (author), Kefal, A. (author), Makmum, S. (author), Ringsberg, J. (author), Romanoff, J. (author), Eldeen, S.S. (author), Schipperen, J.H.A. (author), Tabri, K. (author), Wang, Y. (author), Yanagihara, D. (author)
Determining the ultimate strength of ship and offshore structures involves the ability to predict and measure component, sub-system, and system structural maximum capacity beyond which the capacity diminishes. The purpose of this committee is to present a summary of recent work published after the time period covered by the 2018 committee that...
conference paper 2022
Rahman, T. (author), IJsselmuiden, S.T. (author), Abdalla, M.M. (author), Jansen, E.L. (author)
Modern fiber placement machines allow laminates with spatially varying stiffness properties to be manufactured. In earlier research, the authors optimized variable stiffness plates for maximum buckling load, demonstrating significant improvements in load-carrying capacity. In aerospace applications, panel structures are often permitted to enter...
article 2011
Holewijn, M. (author)
In an experimental study of load carrying the effects of mass (0, 5.4, 10.4 kg) and the type of support (on the shoulder or on waist) on parameters of physiological strain were quantified to determine the factor(s) which limit carrying time. Four categories of strain were investigated: metabolic (in terms of oxygen uptake), cardiovascular (in...
article 1990