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      A Numerical Model for Torsion Analysis of Composite Ship Hulls

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      Mathematical Problems in Engineering

      Hindawi Limited

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          A new methodology based on a macroelement model proposed for torsional behaviour of the ship hull made of composite material is proposed in this paper. A computer program has been developed for the elastic analysis of linear torsion. The results are compared with the FEM-based licensed soft COSMOS/M results and measurements on the scale simplified model of a container ship, made of composite materials.

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              RETRACTED: Torsional behaviour of the ship hull composite model

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                Journal
                Mathematical Problems in Engineering
                Mathematical Problems in Engineering
                Hindawi Limited
                1024-123X
                1563-5147
                2012
                2012
                : 2012
                :
                : 1-17
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                10.1155/2012/212346
                © 2012

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