Model for simulation of dynamic ice-structure interaction for vertically sided offshore structures - SDOF MATLAB implementation

Published: 24 Mar 2019 | Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/582m8565dj.2
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A MATLAB implementation of our model for the simulation of dynamic ice-structure interaction is presented. The model allows for the simulation of the interaction between sea ice and vertically sided offshore structures and to reproduce and predict the development of ice-induced vibrations. This includes the regimes of intermittent crushing, frequency lock-in, and continuous brittle crushing.

The code shared here is excludes pre- and post-processing tools, ice buckling, and ice drift modules developed at TU Delft. The structure is represented by a single-degree-of-freedom oscillator.

The aim of sharing this code is to facilitate the further development of the model and its use in the design of offshore structures. For any questions related to its application, please contact dr.ir. H. (Hayo) Hendrikse (h.hendrikse@tudelft.nl).

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Examples of simulations in the associated articles can be reproduced by adjusting the model parameters in Main.m. An example parameter set resulting in frequency lock-in is included.

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  • Version 2

    2019-03-24

    Published: 2019-03-24

    DOI: 10.17632/582m8565dj.2

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    Hendrikse, Hayo (2019), “Model for simulation of dynamic ice-structure interaction for vertically sided offshore structures - SDOF MATLAB implementation”, Mendeley Data, v2 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/582m8565dj.2

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