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Researcher: Matsubara, S (Dr Shinsuke Matsubara)

Fields of Research

Ship and Platform Hydrodynamics
Naval Architecture
Maritime Engineering

Research Objectives

Expanding Knowledge in Engineering
Passenger Water Transport
International Sea Freight Transport (excl. Live Animal Transport)
Port Infrastructure and Management

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A risk assessment of a novel bulk cargo ship-to-ship transfer operation using the functional resonance analysis method; ASME 2017 36th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering OMAE2017
Characterisation of slam events of a high-speed catamaran in irregular waves; FAST: International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation
Effects of knot orientation on the height and drag of a penaeid trawl; Fisheries Research: An International Journal on Fishing Technology, Fisheries Science and Fisheries Management
Global and Slam Load Model Testing to Support Developing HSMV Operations in Severe Sea Conditions; International Conference for Innovation in High Speed Marine Vessels
Influence of centrebow on motions and loads of high-speed catamarans; 11th International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation (FAST 2011)
Lessons learnt through the design, construction and testing of a hydroelastic model for determining motions, loads and slamming behavior in severe sea states; Sixth International Conference on Hydroelasticity in Marine Technology
Safety analysis of a new and innovative transhipping concept: a comparison of two Bayesian network models; 12th International Conference on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation (TransNav 2017
Slam events of high-speed catamarans in irregular waves; Journal of Marine Science and Technology
Slamming and Whipping of Wave-Piercing Catamarans; Hydroelasticity in Marine Technology International Conference
Transhipment of bulk ore products using a floating harbour transhipper; Coast and Ports 2015

Research Projects

Hydrodynamic performance of a stern landing vessel

Research Candidate Supervision

An Investigation of the Hydrodynamic Issues for a Novel Transhipment Concept
Investigation of the flow as a feeder vessel manoeuvres in/out of the well dock of a floating harbour transhipper using mesh-free numerical methods