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Dal 17 al 19 ottobre a Napoli la conferenza NAV 2012 farà il punto sui progressi nel campo dell'ingegneria navale

Focus di questa edizione è la risposta dell'industria navale e della ricerca di settore alla crisi internazionale

Dal 17 al 19 ottobre prossimi a Napoli si terrà la diciassettesima edizione del NAV, la conferenza internazionale dedicata agli studi e progressi nel campo dell'ingegneria navale che è organizzata dall'ATENA (Associazione Italiana di Tecnica Navale) quest'anno assieme alle Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II e Parthenope e al Centro Materiali Compositi.

L'evento si articolerà in dieci sessioni tecniche e due workshop sui temi del risparmio energetico e della gestione delle acque di zavorra, a cui si affiancherà uno speciale simposio sui materiali compositi applicati al settore. La conferenza, a cadenza triennale, riunisce i rappresentanti dei primari enti di ricerca e università di tutto il mondo ed è l'occasione per fare il punto della situazione sulle ultime innovazioni e ricerche nell'ingegneria navale. Focus di questa edizione è la risposta dell'industria navale e della ricerca di settore alla crisi internazionale.
«Lo scopo della conferenza - spiega Bruno Della Loggia, chairman del comitato esecutivo del NAV 2012 - è promuovere una serie di eventi, alimentare lo scambio in ambito internazionale, per sottolineare come i risultati della ricerca e sviluppo possano contribuire a risolvere la crisi che l'industria cantieristica navale, e in particolare l'Unione Europea, si trovano a fronteggiare. È ampiamente riconosciuto che solo una maggiore attenzione all'innovazione potrà superare l'attuale momento critico. Allo stesso tempo sussistono nuovi requisiti in relazione alla protezione dei valori ambientali e dunque, tutte le tecnologie ad essa associate, come la riduzione dell'inquinamento, il risparmio energetico, migliori metodi per la progettazione di scafi e eliche, nuove politiche di sicurezza, richiedono nuovi requisiti a progettisti e costruttori di navi e sistemi di bordo».

Ciascuna edizione del NAV viene ospitata in una città diversa, che sia rappresentativa dell'industria cantieristica navale internazionale. Infatti le ultime due edizioni si sono tenute a Genova (2006) e Messina (2009). Per Napoli si tratta della terza volta, dopo il 1976 e il 1982: un'occasione importante per una regione con una forte vocazione dell'industria cantieristica navale, che sta attraversando una seria crisi di settore. Una condizione che grava soprattutto su alcune grandi compagnie, che potrebbero essere proiettate nel futuro proprio grazie all'adozione di significative innovazioni, che gli consentirebbero di superare con successo questa fase di transizione. Ecco perché - sottolinea l'ATENA - assume particolare importanza il Simposio sui Materiali Compositi: «i materiali compositi sono ampiamente utilizzati per navi militari, commerciali, sportive - precisa Ignazio Crivelli Visconti (professore della Federico II), chairman del Simposio sui Materiali Compositi ‐ e le loro caratteristiche sono fortemente apprezzate, soprattutto la forza, la rigidità, la resistenza alla fatica, la durata e le resistenza chimica. Tuttavia, un utilizzo inadeguato di tali materiali, che impiegano carbonio, vetro, o altre fibre dalle elevate proprietà, può condurre ad un risultato finale insoddisfacente. Le nuove tecnologie, la progettazione e le applicazioni adeguate dei materiali compositi, al fine di ottenere il miglior risultato possibile per un'applicazione innovativa e dai risultati ottimali, saranno dunque al centro della discussione del Simposio con i più prestigiosi esperti del settore».

Il comitato scientifico del NAV, presieduto da Mario Maestro dell'Università di Trieste, ha selezionato oltre 90 paper, su 200 candidature pervenute, che saranno illustrati nel corso dei tre giorni della manifestazione. Insieme ad una importante presenza italiana, è prevista la partecipazione di rappresentanti ed esperti provenienti da Albania, Belgio, Brasile, Croazia, Finlandia, Francia, Germania, Giappone, Corea, Malesia, Malta, Nigeria, Norvegia, Olanda, Regno Unito, Romania, Russia, Spagna, Svezia, Turchia. Il paese ospite di questa edizione sarà, invece, la Grecia, con la sua prestigiosa industria marittima ed i suoi centri di ricerca.

Tra gli ospiti internazionali più importanti, anche Jost Bergmann (DNV, Norvegia); Vadim Goncharov (Saint Petersburg State Marine Technical University, Russia); Gyrd Mortensen (Novenco Marine&Offshore, Danimarca); Noriuki Sasaki (National Maritime Research Institute - Tokio, Giappone); Chinedum Onyemechi (Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria); Panayotis Yannoulis (Oceanking Technical & Trading S.A., Grecia).

Il comitato esecutivo del NAV 2012 è composto da: Bruno Della Loggia (ATENA Nazionale, chairman); Roberto Balestrieri (Atena Napoli Sud Italia); Ignazio Crivelli Visconti (Università di Napoli Federico II - chairman AMME); Umberto D'Amato (Perseveranza Spa Napoli); Eugenio Guglielmino (Università di Messina); Umberto Masucci (Federagenti); Salvatore Miranda (Università di Napoli Federico II); Enrico Rizzuto (Università di Genova); Raffaele Santamaria (Università di Napoli Parthenope).


Program

Conference Opening and Invited Speeches

Wednesday 17th October 2012
Time: 8:30 - 11:00
Centro Congressi Federico II Aula Magna
Registration
Welcome addresses
  • Deans of the Universities Federico II and Parthenope
  • Naples Municipality
  • Campania Region
  • Italian Navy / National Research Council
  • Italian Ministry of Transportation
Invited speech of the Guest Country
Greece, maritime industry and research centres
Panos Yannoulis, Oceanking Technical & Trading S.A., Piraeus

Time: 11:00 - Coffee break


The Operational Stream

Wednesday, 17th October 2012
Time: 14:30 - 18:30
Centro Congressi Federico II Room A

Conceptual & Practical Ship Design (1)

Chairperson: Claire de Marco, University of Malta

Opening keynote lecture
Evolutional ship design concept for the final phase of EEDI
Noriuki Sasaki
Preliminary study of hull dimension optimization of mediumspeed monohull passenger ferries
Wolter Roberth Hetharia, Philippe Rigo, Andre Hage
LowEmissions of Small Crafts by Minimizing Hull's Drag: a Trimaran approach
Carmine Giuseppe Biancardi, J. Kutcher, R. Datla
Building nostandard and innovative vessels in highstandardized and production oriented FarEast shipyards: the shipowner perspective
Enrico Allieri, Maria Garbarini
Benchmarking existing and new designs
Koos Willem Frouws

Time: 16:30 - Coffee break

Chairperson: Noriuki Sasaki, National Maritime Research Institute, Tokio

Concept for a Modular Nuclear Powered Merchant Ship
Jonathan Gravina
Electric drives for siderolling hatch covers: an environmentallyfriendly and economical solution
Dahl Torbjorn
A procedure for the preliminary selection of the main characteristics of a fleet of ships for a given trade
Giuliano Vernengo, Enrico Rizzuto, Roberto Longo, Angelo Lo Nigro
Ship added resistance evaluation in the perspective of decision making for energy saving
Paola Gualeni, Maurizio d'Amico, Giorgio Guadagna, Giovanni Colotto
A dashboard for a ship design space exploration
Francesco Perra, Aldo Guagnano, Alessandro Bonvicini


Thursday, 18th October 2012
Time: 9:00 - 13:00
Centro Congressi Federico II Room A

Conceptual & Practical Ship Design (2)

Chairperson: Carmine Giuseppe Biancardi, University of Naples Parthenope

Energy Management: a holistic operational strategy to enhance ship energy efficiency of ships in service
Luca Sebastiani, Alessandro Pescetto
A ship knowledge based framework for the dashboard
Alessandro Bonvicini, Francesco Perra, Aldo Guagnano

Warship Design and Technology

Chairperson: Carmine Giuseppe Biancardi, University of Naples Parthenope

Rolling stability of surfacing submarine
Sergei L Karlinscky, Andrew V Efimov
Experimental and numerical investigation of the flow around a submarine snorkel mast
Salvatore Marrone, Benjamin Bouscasse, Andrea Colagrossi, Franco Di Ci, Marco Masia
Numerical Simulation of FullAppended Submarine
Stefano Zaghi, Riccardo Broglia

Time: 10:15 - Coffee Break

Chairperson: Claudio Boccalatte, Italian Navy

A systematic approach for military vessels crew sizing and its validation by comparison with in service naval ships
Luigi Manfreda
Italian navy submarines air independent propulsion system: proton exchange membrane fuel cells reactants and technical gases production, storage and topping-up deployable station powered by renewable energy
Maurizio Cannarozzo, Gianpaolo Damiano Bono, Luca Rubini
Italian navy submarine search and rescue organization: assets, procedures, new projects
Maurizio Cannarozzo
The Italian Navy toward an alternative to fossil fuels for military use
Pasquale Tripodi
Amerigo Vespucci: propulsion and generation system retrofitting of the italian training tall ship
Lucio Piva


The Operational Stream

Friday, 19th October 2012
Time: 9:00 - 13:00
Centro Congressi Federico II Room A

Environmental Impact of Marine Operations

Chairperson: John Wills, IMarEST, UK

CART Cooperative Autonomous Robotized Towing system
Ettore Ardito
Device and methods for the recovery of substances and/or liquid floating in open sea
Andrea Agrusta, Filippo Bianco, Giuseppe Perrella, Luigi Perrella, Igor Zotti
Monitoring of exhaust emissions: the path to environmental efficiency
Alessandro Stefani
Recent advances in the control of the impact of the underwater noise emissions by commercial ships
Tomaso Gaggero, Mike Van Der Schaar, Enrico Rizzuto, Michel André
An Economic Analysis of the Costs Effectiveness Function for Measuring Ships' Technology Abatement Potential
Jacobus Frouws, Christa Sys, Thierry Vanelslander, Gilbert Yella

Time: 10:30 - Coffee Break

Chairperson: Vadim Goncharov, Saint Petersburg State Marine Technical University, Russian Federation

Modelling the outdoor noise propagation for different ship types
Aglaia Badino, Davide Borelli, Tomaso Gaggero, Enrico Rizzuto, Corrado Schenone
Monitoring systems: a strategic tool to enhance ship energy efficiency
Alessandro Pescetto, Luca Sebastiani
Marine gas turbine pollutant emissions assessment
Giovanni Battista Benvenuto, Marco Altosole, Ugo Campora, Michele Martelli, Luca Bruga
The use of nautical X band radar systems for the sea state monitoring
Marcello Vivoli, Massimo Carmagnini, Giovanni Ludeno, Mauro Manente, Francesco Serafino
Recent and Imminent Environmental Regulations Challenges and Opportunities for the International Shipping Community
Panos Yannoulis


Friday, 19th October 2012
Time: 14:30 - 17:00
Centro Congressi Federico II Room A

Environmental Impact of Marine Operations (2)

Chairperson: Carlo Podenzana Bonvino, University of Genova

Key note oral presentation
The EU research effort towards the control of noise emissions from ships: the SILENV Project (Seventh Framework Programme)
Enrico Rizzuto
Shore-side power supply of ships as a possible solution to the environmental pollution in the harbours
Maurizio Fantauzzi, Luigi Battistelli, Tommaso Coppola, Franco Quaranta

Yacht and Pleasure Craft Design

Chairperson: Carlo Podenzana Bonvino, University of Genova

Stepped hulls: model experimental tests and sea trial data
Luigi Vitiello, Salvatore Miranda, Flavio Balsamo, Sebastiano Caldarella
A new proposal for the propulsion of a hybrid motorsailer catamaran
Vittorio Bucci, Alberto Marinò
ANN Wind Forecast for Safety at Sea and Yacht Racing Tactics
Francesca Tagliaferri, Robert Dow, Ignazio Maria Viola

Time: 15:30 - Coffee break

Chairperson: Gaetano Messina, ATENA

Experimental and numerical evaluation of an innovative planning hull
Filippo Cucinotta, Baldo Bono, Eugenio Guglielmino, Igor Zotti
Influence of the “Safe Return to Port” standards on the integrated design and arrangements of small passenger ships
Vittorio Bucci, Alberto Marino'
Multifunctional Catamaran
Luca Carboni

Workboats and Fishing Vessels

Chairperson: Gaetano Messina, ATENA

Energy performance evaluation for fishing vessels
Emilio Notti, Antonello Sala, Gabriele Buglioni


The Research Stream

Wednesday, 17th October 2012
Time: 14:30 - 18:00
Centro Congressi Federico II Room B

Numerical and Experimental Hydrodinamics (1)

Chairperson: Carl Erik Janson, Chalmers University, Sweden

Effective Power Requirements for High Speed Catamarans in Calm Water during the Preliminary Design Stage
Renato Skejic
Flow survey of a catamaran model in steady drift
Riccardo Broglia, Giovanni Aloisio, Massimo Falchi, Silvano Grizzi, Stefano Zaghi, Mario Felli, Massimo Miozzi, Francisco Pereira, Fabio Di Felice, Frederick Stern
Design and analysis of conventional and ducted propellers: a numerical approach
Stefano Gaggero, Diego Villa, Stefano Brizzolara
Cavitation Tunnel Tests on Ducted Propellers
Michele Viviani, Cesare Mario Rizzo, Chiara Bertoglio, Daniele Bertetta, Francesco Conti

Time: 16:00 - Coffee Break

Chairperson: Igor Zotti, University of Trieste

Extended Newman's approximation for the second order drift force in short crested waves
Alexandre Robin Giovanni Azzalini, Shuangxing Du, Richard Antony May
Openship Project Numerical predictions of ship and propeller hydrodynamics by CFD: results from preliminary benchmark
Giorgio Contento, Norman Del Puppo, Guido Lupieri, Mitja Morgut, Enrico Nobile, Genuzio Harpo, Gianpiero Lavini
An Efficient Viscous/ Inviscid Coupling Method for the Prognosis of PropellerInduced
Hull Pressure Fluctuations
Stephan Berger, M. Bauer, M. Drukenbrod, M. AbdelMaksoud
Added resistance determination in regular sea according to ittc recommendation
Ermina Begovic, Andrea Bove, Paolo Fusco, Salvatore Miranda


Thursday, 18th October 2012
Time: 9:00 - 13:00
Centro Congressi Federico II Room B

Numerical and Experimental Hydrodinamics (2)

Chairperson: Milorad Motok, University of Belgrade

Unconventional Interceptors: Experimental Study on Resistance Reduction and Dynamic Instability
Claudio Pensa, Fabio De Luca
A stable semilagrangian potential method for the simulation of ship interaction with unsteady and
nonlinear waves
Antonio De Simone, Luca Heltai, Andrea Mola

Stability, Seakeeping and Maneuvrability

Chairperson: Milorad Motok, University of Belgrade

Operational efficiency at sea of a new oceanographic vessel at the design stage: a detailed study over the central Mediterranean sea using medium resolution hindcast wave data
Giorgio Contento, Francesca Mocnik, Guido Lupieri, Marco Parapetto, Gabriele Catapano
Time domain prediction of motions of marine vehicles in waves
Cristina Gironi, Dario Bruzzone

Time: 10:30 - Coffee Break

Chairperson: Luca Sebastiani, SEASTEMA SpA, Italy

Hight speed fluttering skids with elastic suspensions
Gianluca Pepe, Antonio Carcaterra
A Fully Nonlinear Potential Flow Method for ThreeDimensional Body Motions
Martin Kjellberg, Giorgio Contento, Carl-Erik Janson
A parametric prediction of added resistance in waves
Cristina Gironi, Enrico Rizzuto, Dario Bruzzone
Subdivision and damage stability: the maxVCG method
Maria Acanfora, Tommaso Coppola, Fabio De Luca


Friday, 19th October 2012
Time: 9:00 - 13:00
Centro Congressi Federico II Room B

Structural Design and Production Technology

Chairperson: Eugenio Guglielmino, University of Messina

Residual strength of damaged oil tanker in the adriatic sea
Jo Parunov, Zrinka Buri, Branka Buzancic Primorac
Response of a ship structural detail under low cycle fatigue loading
Vincenzo Crupi, Wolfgang Fricke, Eugenio Guglielmino, Luciano Musumeci, Hans Paetzold
Preliminary design of water breakers' platings for container ships
Antonio Scamardella, Vincenzo Piscopo

Time: 10:30 - Coffee break

Offshore Vessel Design and Engineering

Chairperson: Antonio Paciolla, University of Naples Federico II

Dual compensation controlsystem for offshore logistic equipment
Luigi Cannizzaro, Antonio Giallanza, Giuseppe Marannano
The Longest Floating Bridge Connecting Two Continents: TRANSMAR
Metin Taylan, Yalcin Unsan
Experimental and Analytical Methods in FSRU Bilge Keels Design
Federico Gaggiotti, Andrea Esposito, Andrea Del Guzzo, Cristian Alberto Rossetti


Friday, 19th October 2012
Time: 14:30 - 17:00
Centro Congressi Federico II Room B

Ship Propulsion

Chairperson: Giovanni Battista Benvenuto, University of Genova

Effects of mass and inertia changes on the equations of motion of a vessel
Massimo Figari, Stefano Vignolo
“99 Xvintage project” the Wartsila Dual Fuel solution for a breakthrough concept
Stefano de Marco
Hydro-lock phenomena on Four Stroke Medium Speed Marine Diesel Engines
Giulio Gennaro, Andrea Gennaro

Time: 15:30 - Coffee Break

Chairperson: Mario Maestro, University of Trieste

Dynamic Simulation of a COGAS Ship Propulsion Plant
Giovanni Benvenuto, Daniele Bertetta, Ugo Campora, Federico Carollo
Hybrid propulsion by gas engines for an ASD harbour tug
Massimo Altosole, Massimo Figari, Luca Martinelli, M.Raimondi
A computer program for predict the resistance and power of ship
Blenard Xhaferaj, Agron Dukaj


The Economic, logistic and environmental issues stream

Wednesday, 17th October 2012
Time: 14:30 - 18:30
Centro Congressi Federico II Aula Magna

Ship Management and Safety

Chairperson: Umberto Masucci, Federagenti

Criterion for comparison of risks at planning of navigation in ice conditions
Vadim K. Goncharov
Reflections on the sidelines of a shipwreck
Silvia Piardi, Irene Pasina, Silvia Tieghi
Product innovation in Maritime Satellite Communications
Gennaro Faella
Interaction of ships under navigation in ice conditions
Vadim K. Goncharov

Time: 16:30 - Coffee break

Chairperson: Maurizio d'Amico, Società d'Amico di Navigazione

A new mean of validation of maritime systems through an extensive application of formal safety assessment
Francesca Matarese, Daniela Dell'Amura
Seasonal bias in the voluntary ship observations of significant wave height in a North Atlantic location
Carlos Guedes Soares, Roberto Vettor
An innovative methodology for maritime security risk management to design costeffective defence
systems
Francesca Matarese, Patrizia Montefusco, José Fonseca
Marine Accident Analysis with GIS
Ozkan Ugurlu, Umut Yildirim, Ercan Yuksekyildiz


Thursday, 18th October 2012
Time: 9:00 - 13:00
Centro Congressi Federico II Aula Magna

Maritime Economics and Logistics

Chairperson: Federica Valdenazzi, CETENA

Key note oral presentation
Italian Shipping and present problems: an overwiev by a young shipowner
Andrea Garolla
The relationship between the Boone indicator and the Herfindahl Hirschman Index
Christa Sys
The Cost of Damage
Alessio Gnecco

Human Factor and Comfort on board

Chairperson: Federica Valdenazzi, CETENA

Training staff of ships cruise in the context of risk: strategies for effective communication
Maria Luisa Iavarone

Time: 10:30 - Coffee break

Chairperson: Christa Sys, University of Antwerp

A methodology for the numerical prediction of propeller tonal noise
Federica Valdenazzi, Francesco De Lorenzo

Short Sea Shipping & Inland Navigation

Chairperson: Christa Sys, University of Antwerp

Investigation of Short Sea Shipping Policy, Service and Lines in Turkey
Arife Tugsan Isaicik Colak, Sevilay Can
Integrating ship design and transport economics in an application for the reactivation of the small inland shipping network
Edwin van Hassel


Advancing with Composites 2012 Symposium

Friday, 19th October 2012
Time: 9:00 - 11:00
Centro Congressi Federico II Aula Magna

Chairperson: Ignazio Crivelli Visconti, AMME, Italy

Opening keynote lecture
Composites in the Marine Environment Challenges and Recent Advances
Yapa D.S. Rajapakse

Innovative Fabrication Technologies

Hybrid Composite Hull Panels Fabricated Using Vacuum Bagging Techniques
Claire De Marco MuscatFenech, Jeremy Cortis, Charles Cassar
Biocomposites for Structural Applications in Marine Field
Andrea Ratti

Application of Advanced Composites

Fiber-metal hybrid laminated material solution for Shipbuilding and Offshore renewable energy devices
Miguel Angel Herreros Sierra
Design of composite patch repairs of naval structures
Giovanni Risso, Elena Rodriguez, Izabela Lubowiecka, Edgar Brais Blanco

Time: 11:00 - Coffee break

Chairperson: Yapa D.S. Rajapaske, US Navy, Office of Naval Research

Naval composite design

Structural optimization of innovative rudder and flap for HSC
Antonio Giallanza, Giuseppe Marannano, Antonino Pasta
Modelling the PostElastic Response of Composite Structures Loaded Dynamically
Roberta Massabo

Composites Durability and Relialability

Disposal to End of Life of Composites Leisure Yachts
Andrea Giovani
Durability of Vinylester and Carbon/Vinylester Exposed To Seawater
Leif A. Carlsson, Alex Figliolini


Workshops


Energy saving and High Efficiency Devices

Wednesday, 17th October 2012
Time: 11:30 - 13:00
Centro Congressi Federico II Aula Magna

Chairperson: Umberto d'Amato , Perseveranza Compagnia di Navigazione, Italy

Panelists:
  • Walther Bauer, Becker Marine Systems
  • Dario Bocchetti, Grimaldi Napoli
  • Andrea Cogliolo, RINA
  • Giorgio Fabbi, International Paint
  • Ernesto Fasano, University of Naples
  • Adam Larsson, DNV
  • Luca Martinelli, Rosetti Marino Shipyard
  • Gyrd Mortensen, Novenco Marine & Offshore
  • ..and more from the audience


Water Ballast Management

Friday, 19th October 2012
Time: 14:30 - 17:00
Centro Congressi Federico II Aula Magna

Chairperson: Massimo de Domenico, Fratelli d'Amico Armatori S.p.A., Italy

Panelists:
  • Dario Cacciottoli, Warsila Hamworthy
  • Roberto Comelli, Alfa Laval
  • Pawel Kowal, Ocean Saver AS Consilium
  • Stefan Resaz, Panasia Jobson Italy
  • Nello Sulfaro, RINA SpA
  • ...and more from the audience



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