Bureau Veritas Involvement in New Design of Large LNG Carrier Example of a 165000m3 LNG C Project (eBook)

Published Date

January 2006

Bureau Veritas Involvement in New Design of Large LNG Carrier Example of a 165000m3 LNG C Project (eBook)

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The paper will show how the latest research and development improvements are taken into account for the assessment of new designs of LNG Carriers. (24pp)

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Bureau Veritas has developed a unique technical expertise in the LNG industries. In the LNG industry, Bureau Veritas has classified more than 60 LNG carriers and has provided a wide range of services (from design review to project certification) on over 10 LNG receiving terminals around the world. More than 20 LNGC are now being built to Bureau Veritas class.
Methodologies have been developed to assist shipyards in the design phase of new projects.

The paper will show how the latest research and development improvements are taken into account for the assessment of new designs of LNG Carriers. The methodologies are illustrated through the example of a 165000m3 recently ordered with BV class. The following different topics will be addressed in this paper:
• Hydrodynamic analysis
• Structural analysis of ship hull by three cargo tank model and full ship analysis
• Spectral Fatigue analysis
• Buckling analysis
• Liquid motion analysis
• Bow impact analysis.

Paper Delivered by:
Philippe Cambos
Mirela Zalar
Sime Malenica
Rina Tani-Moratalla
Gwendal Bachelot
(all from Bureau Veritas)

Title: Bureau Veritas Involvement in New Design of Large LNG Carrier Example of a 165000m3 LNG C Project (eBook)
Product Code: 4433g128
Published Date: January 2006

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