DNVRPC201 Linear Buckling Analysis of Stiffened Plate Panels (www.thenavalarch.com)

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  1. thenavalarch
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    thenavalarch Junior Member

    Hi

    www.thenavalarch.com launches the DNVRPC201 Linear Buckling Analysis of Stiffened Plate Panels

    What does this spreadsheet do?

    Performs linear buckling analysis of stiffened plate panels according to Part-1 of DNV-RP-C201
    Also performs yield check for laterally loaded panels (Sec. 5 of RP-C201) and using von-Mises stress criteria (DNV-OS-C-101)
    Valid for stiffeneed plate panels with continuous stiffeners
    Valid for L and T sections (Bulb sections need to be converted to equivalent angle sections)


    A demo video is below:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-snUL5rSVbA


    For more information, please visit:

    https://www.thenavalarch.com/dnvrpc201-linear-buckling-analysis-stiffened-plate/
     
  2. Ad Hoc
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    Ad Hoc Naval Architect

    I assume you realise this is only valid for vessel > 50m?
     
  3. thenavalarch
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    thenavalarch Junior Member

    Hi

    Thanks for your comment. We looked through, but DNVRPC201 doesn't specify any such limits. Will you be able to inform us what's the reference for the 50 m limit?

    Best regards
     

  4. Ad Hoc
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    Ad Hoc Naval Architect

    Pt.3Ch.1Sec.1 C.301
     
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