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TABLE 2 Relationships Between the Strategic Plan, Thrust Areas, and Technology Areas in the Research Plan. Sheet 2. Research Projects STRATEGIC PINION: NATIONAL GOALS THRUST AREA TECHNOLOGY AREAS 95- 9 Hull Response Monitoring System 95-10 A Guide to Damage Tolerance Analysis of Marine Structures 95-11 Alternative Stiffening Systems for Double-Skin Tankers (94-14) 95-12 Hull Rupture Resistance of Cargo Tanks of Double Hull Tankers to Low Energy Impacts 95-13 1\vo-Parameter Approach to Fracture Prediction in Ship Structures 95-14 Assessment of Fire, Smoke, and Toxicity Characteristics of Composite Materials Proposed for Marine Applications (94M-O) 95-15 High Productivity Welding Processes (94-13) 95-16 Evaluation of Marine Structures Education in North America Safety and Integrity Reliability Loads and Response Environmental Risk Mitigation Safer and Integrity Inspection / Reliability Maintenance Maritime IndustIy Support Safety and Integrity Mantime Industry Support Safety and Integrity Environmental Risk Mitigation Safety and Integrity Environmental Risk Mitigation Safety and Integrity Environmental Risk Mitigation Maritime Industry Support Safety and Integrity Environmental Risk Mitigation Maritime Industry Support Producibility/ Design Competiveness Reliability Design Reliability Reliability Composites Materials Cnteria Producibility/ Co mpet iven es s Producibility/ Design Competiveness Fabrication and Maintenance 13

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FIGURE ~ Recommendations of the Committee on Marine Structures for the Ship Structure Comm~ttee's research program. Sheet I. SYMPOSIA ADVANCE:I) CONCEPTS AND LONG AGE PI^NNING 1 By:{ 1994 1 I;Y 1995 1 I;Y 1996 1 I;Y 1997 1 FY 1998 CMS-SSSC Meeting I ~ I ~ I all ~ ~ I Ship Structure Committee/ Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers Ship Structures Symposium SR-1363 Symposium and Workshop on the Prevention of Fracture in Ship Structures 95-1 Symposium and Workshop - Higher Order Prediction Methods: Hydrodynamic Loadings and Response of Manne Structures Ship Structure Committee/ Society of Naval Architects and Manne Engineers Ship Structure Symposium - Special Topic Special Topic Note: Lee following project designations are used: SR-XXXX Ongoing SSC project 95-XX Recommended project for FY }995 95D-XX Recommended Design project for out yeam 95M-XX Recommended Materials project for OUT year; l I I I ll Initiate Project Complete Project __ _.. ........... ~ _ Conduct Project -Cal ~ Assess Project ~ __ I 14

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FIGURE ~ Recommendations of the Committee on Manne Structures for the Ship Structure Committee's research program. Sheet 2. I. THRUST AREA: Reliability 1 FY 1994 iFY 1995 1 FY 1996 1 FY 1997 1 I;Y 1998 SR-1337 Probabilitv-based Ship Design (Phase 2): Loads and Load Combinations SR-1338 Uncertainty in Strength Models for ~- I Manne Structures SR-1341 Residual Strength Assessment for Damaged Manne Structures SR-1342 Hydrodynamic Impact on Displacement Ship Hulls SR-1344 Assessment of Reliability of Existing Ship Structures (Phase 2) SR-1345 ProbabiliW-based Design (Phase 33: Implementation of Design Guidelines for Ships SR-1346 Improved Ship Hull Structural Details Relative to Fatigue SR-13443 Measurement of Ice Loads on Ship Structures SR-1349 Ductile Fracture Models for the Prediction of Fracture Behavior of Ship Structure Details SR-1353 Me Role of Human Error in the Design, Construction, and Reliability of Manne Structures SR-1356 Strength Sent of Pitted Plate Panels SR-1359 U.S.-Russian Cooperative Research Effort (Extreme Waves and Wave Impact Forces) SR-1362 Probability I3ased Design (Phase 4), Synthesis of the Reliability Thrust Area 95-5 Combined Mad Erects for Design and Strength Assessment of Ship Structures (94D-J) 95~ Weld Detail Fatigue Life Improvement Techniques Initiate Project ~ I Complete Project J Assess Project ~ I 1 15

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FIGURE ~ Recommendations of the Committee on Manne Structures for the Ship Structure Committee's research program. Sheet 3. I. rURUST AREA: Reliability fContinued) PLY 1997 1 FY 1998 95-7 Structural Design Guide for Twin Hull Vessels95~ Fatigue and Fracture Criteria for Double-Hulled Ships 95-9 Hull Response Monitoring System 95-12 Rupture Resistance of Cargo Tanl;s of Double Hull Tankem to Low Energy Impacts 95-13 Two-Parameter Approach to Fracture Prediction in Ship Structures 95D-Q A Study of the Effects of Transport Route Profiles Upon the Fatigue Failures of Ships 95D-S Consistent Stochastic Analysis Procedure for Design of Floating Manne Structures 95D-T Nonlinear Rolling of a Lightship Tanker and Other Shallow Draft Structures 9SI)-V Probability-Based Design (Phase 5~: Novel Hull Forms and Environments (93-l) 95M-D Development of a Sensor for Evaluating Corrosion in Areas not Easily Accessed for Inspection 95M-M Development of Ductile Fracture Assessment Techniques for Small Defects in Ship Structure Components (94-9) 95M-R F=cture Methodology for Strength Mismatched Weldments (94M-D) 95TC-A Post Yield Strength of Ship Structural Members 95TC-C Fiber Optic Strain Gauge 9 Initiate Project OCR for page 13
FIGURE ~ Recommendations of the Committee on Manne Structures for the Ship Structure Committee's research program. Sheet 4. H. T:EIRUST AREA: Composites 1 FY 1994-1-FY 1995 1 I;Y 1996 1 FY 19971 FY 1998 1 SR-1367 Design Guide for Manne Applications of Composites 95-14 Assessment of Fire, Smolce, and To'acirv Characteristics of Composite Klatenals Proposed for Manne Applications (AMMO) 95M-C Intelligent Composite Structure Development for Marine Applications 95M-S Long-Term Durability of Polymer-Based Composites and Corrosion at Metal-Composite Interfaces (94~-K) 95M-T Analysis and Design Technology Development for Marine Composite Structures (94M-~) Advancement of Cost~ffectrve Composite Structures . Initiate Project Complete Project Assess Project I 17 J

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FIGURE ~ Recommendations of the Committee on Marine Structures for the Ship Structure Committee's research program. Sheet S. . III. THRUST AREA: Producibility / Competitiveness 1 FY 1994 1 FY 1995 1 Iffy 1996 1 FY 1997 1 FY 1998 SR-1333 Permanent In-service Repair Procedures for Underwater Damage to Ship Hulls SR-1339 Effect of High-strength Steels on Strength Considerations of Design and Construction Details of Ships SR-1343 Optimized Weld Metal Properties for Ship Structures SR-1350 }germination of Design Criteria for Stiffened Plate Panels SR-1351 Hull Structure Concepts for Improved Producibility SR-1354 Grounding Protection of Tanken; SR-1357 Retention of Weld Metal Properties and Hydrogen Cracking SR-1358 Optimized Design Parametem for Welded TMCP Steels SR-1364 Guidelines for Evaluation of Finite Element Models and Results SR-1368 Compensation for Openings in Structural Memben; 95-11 Alternative Stiffening Systems for Double-Skin Tan kem (94-14) 95-15 High Productivity Welding Process" (94-13) 95-16 Evaluation of Marine Structures Education in North America 95D-A Comparative Design of Orthogonally Stiffened Plates for Production and Structural Integrity 95D-B Use of Adhesives for Structural Bonding of Manne Structures (94D-S) Initiate Project Complete Project 18 1 Assess Proiect ~

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FIGURE ~ Recommendations of the Committee on Manne Structures for the Ship Structure Committee's research program. Sheet 6. m. T~Rusr AREA Producibility / Competitiveness (Continued) LFY 1994 1 FY 1995 1 FY 1996 1 FY 1997 1 FY 1998 1 95D-F Design of Innovative Producible Manne Structure (94-18 revised 95D-K Metrication Impact Assessment and Implementation Guide 95D-L AnalysislCompanson of International versus U.S. Structural Standards 95M-E Performance and Optimized Weld Metal Properties for 65,000 psi Yield Strength Steel Plate 95M-~:) Heat Affected Zone Toughness of High-Heat-Input Welds (9412) 95M-V Weldable Coatings for Ship Construction (94-11) Initiate Project Complete Project Assess Project ~ I 19 1 l 1

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FIGURE ~ Recommendations of the Committee on Marine Structures for the Ship Structure Committee's research program. Sheet 7. IV. l ~ KU ST AREA: Inspection / Maintenance . . . . . . ~.G=I SR-1335 Interactrve Nature of Cathodic Polarization and Fatigue SR-1347 Maintenance of Manne Structures: A State-of-the-Art Summary SR-1355 Inspection of Manne Structures SR-1365 Optimal Strategies for Inspection of Ships for Fatigue andlor Cormsion Damage SR-1366 Corrosion Control of Inner-Hull Spaces 95-2 Methodology to Establish the Adequacy of Weld Repaim (94~) 95-3 Commercial Ship Design and Fabrication for Corrosion Control (944) 954 Detection Probability Assessment of Visual Inspection of Ships 95-10 A Guide to Damage Tolerance Analysis of Manne Structures 95M-A Retrofit of Manne Cathodic Protection Systems 95M-B High Cycle Fatigue of Welded, Cathodically Protected Structural Steel in Sea Water 95M-H In Situ Nondestructive Evaluation of Fatigue and Fracture Properties for Aging Ship Structures 95M-N Threshold and Near-~reshold Corrosion Fatigue Testing of Dianne Steels (94-10) 95M-Q Evaluation of Residual Stress Effects on Weldments Fracture Behavior (94-19) 95TC-B Standardized Approach to Methodology and Analysis of Ultrasonic Inspections of Ship Structures Initiate Project Complete Project Assess Project ~ I J 20