Usually, the need for research arises when there is a discrepancy between theoretical and practical data. For example, the RINA (Registro Italiano Navale) Rules [1] describe two navigation areas for yachts: unrestricted navigation and a navigation area with a significant wave height of not more than 4 m. In GL (Germanischer Lloyd) Rules [2] it is proposed to assign the maximum wave height that a ship can meet, taking into account its speed and design features. The CCS Rules [3] consider five categories of yachts for different navigational conditions. The significant wave height range is from 0.5 m to 6 m, the distance from the place of refuge is from 5 to 200 nautical miles or more. Directive [4] does not consider the distance from the place of refuge for the ship, and significant wave heights from 0.3 m to 4 m or more are proposed. In practice, the following situations may arise: it is necessary to determine the maximum value of the wave height at which the ship will be able to move against the wave or a possible decrease in the speed of the ship; it is necessary to determine the height of the wave at which the wetness of the deck will begin; it is necessary to study the relationship between the allowable values of the design accelerations and technical characteristics of ship; it is necessary to determine the distance from the emergency ship to the mooring place of the rescue ship and calculate the minimum time for rendering assistance to people. These four situations will be considered in the article, using the energy wave criterion (EWC), the recommendations of classification societies, and modeling the behavior of a vessel on a head wave.

FOUR POINTS OF VIEW ON THE DESIGNATION OF THE NAVIGATION AREA FOR YACHTS

V. Ruggiero
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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2022

Abstract

Usually, the need for research arises when there is a discrepancy between theoretical and practical data. For example, the RINA (Registro Italiano Navale) Rules [1] describe two navigation areas for yachts: unrestricted navigation and a navigation area with a significant wave height of not more than 4 m. In GL (Germanischer Lloyd) Rules [2] it is proposed to assign the maximum wave height that a ship can meet, taking into account its speed and design features. The CCS Rules [3] consider five categories of yachts for different navigational conditions. The significant wave height range is from 0.5 m to 6 m, the distance from the place of refuge is from 5 to 200 nautical miles or more. Directive [4] does not consider the distance from the place of refuge for the ship, and significant wave heights from 0.3 m to 4 m or more are proposed. In practice, the following situations may arise: it is necessary to determine the maximum value of the wave height at which the ship will be able to move against the wave or a possible decrease in the speed of the ship; it is necessary to determine the height of the wave at which the wetness of the deck will begin; it is necessary to study the relationship between the allowable values of the design accelerations and technical characteristics of ship; it is necessary to determine the distance from the emergency ship to the mooring place of the rescue ship and calculate the minimum time for rendering assistance to people. These four situations will be considered in the article, using the energy wave criterion (EWC), the recommendations of classification societies, and modeling the behavior of a vessel on a head wave.
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