SEDNA Project News
SEDNA consortium members UCL recently published research on ship resistance in floating ice in the journal of marine structures. The research makes use of numerical methods to simulate ship-wave-interaction in ice conditions, while also presenting algorithms, which can be used to implement computational models with natural ice floe-fields, while considering variables such as floe size distributions and randomness. The research features inputs from SEDNA technical lead Prof Giles Thomas, and scholars from the Department of Mechanical Engineering from University College London.
AALTO University published a conference paper focusing on goal-based design for Arctic Ships. The research was published at the TRA 2020 conference in Helsinki, and featured inputs from Dr Martin Bergström
SEDNA continues to influence to EU research and industry landscape and features in the waterborne ship and shipping safety segment
SEDNA consortium members from University College London published research in the journal of ships and offshore structures
consortium members from University College London published research in the journal of ships and offshore structures. The research focused on the simulation of a ship operating in an open-water ice channel, and featured inputs from SEDNA technical lead Prof Giles Thomas