Title of the thesis:
|Hydroelastic analysis of very large floating structures
2. General theory.
3. Semi-infinite plate & strip.
4. Circular plate.
5. Ring-shaped plate.
6. Quarter-infinite plate.
7. Plate of finite draft.
In Chapters 3-7 the particular problems of the interaction of water waves with floating elastic plate are studied for mentioned horizontal planforms of the plate.
Thesis keywords (general):
diffraction, dispersion relation, elastic plate, fluid-structure interaction, free-surface elevation, hydroelastic analysis, hydroelastic response, incident surface waves, initiated wave pattern, integro-differential equation, offshore structure, plate deflection, plate-water interaction, reflection, transmission, very large floating platform (VLFP), very large floating structure (VLFS), water depth.
Manuscript has been sent to the committee on 26th May 2005.
Books were delivered and dispatch was started on 19th August 2005.
The defence will take place on 9th September 2005, at 13.00h,
in the Senaatszaal in the Aula of the Delft University of Technology, Mekelweg 5, Delft.
Supervisor and thesis advisor: Prof. A.J. Hermans.
Doctoral examination committee:
Prof. I.T. Young, Rector Magnificus, Technische Universiteit Delft, voorzitter;
Prof. dr.ir. A.J. Hermans, Technische Universiteit Delft, promotor;
Prof. dr.ir. J.A. Battjes, CiTG, Technische Universiteit Delft;
Prof. dr.ir. A.W. Heemink, EWI, Technische Universiteit Delft;
Prof. C.M. Linton, Loughborough University, United Kingdom;
Prof. M. Ohkusu, Kyushu University, Japan;
Prof. dr.ir. H.J. de Vriend, CiTG, Technische Universiteit Delft;
Prof. G. Zilman, Tel Aviv University, Israel.
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This research was carried out in the section of Mathematical Physics at the Department of Applied Mathematics, Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
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