The International Ship and Offshore Structures Congress (ISSC) is a forum for the exchange of information by experts undertaking and applying marine structural research. The aim of the ISSC is to facilitate the evaluation and dissemination of results from recent investigations; to make recommendations for standard design procedures and criteria; to discuss research in progess and planned; to identify areas requiring future research, and to encourage international collaboration in furthering these aims. Structures of interest to the ISSC include ships and other marine structures used for transportation, exploration, and exploitation of resources in and under the oceans.
The proceedings of the 13th ISSC (Trondheim, Norway, August 1997) are organised in three volumes:
– Vol. 1. State-of-art reports from eight Technical Design Committees: Enviroment, Loads, Quasi-Static Response, Dynamic Response, Ultimate Strength, Fatigue and Fracture, Design Principles and Criteria, Design Methods.
– Vol. 2. State-of-art reports from eight Specialist Panels: Quality Assurance for Marine Structures, Structural Design against Fire and Blast, Structural Design of High Speed Vessels, Structural Design against Collision and Grounding, Structural Design against Ice Loads, Structural Design of Floating Production Systems, Structural Design of Pipeline Systems, Fabrication Technology.
– Vol. 3. Discussion of each report by invited discussors and from the floor, response from the committees.
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