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Researcher: Shabani, B (Dr Babak Shabani)

Fields of Research

Ship and Platform Hydrodynamics
Mechanical Engineering
Ship and Platform Structures
Marine Engineering

Research Objectives

Passenger Water Transport
Water Transport

Career Best Publications

Slam loads and kinematics of wave-piercing catamarans during bow entry events in head seas; Journal of Ship Research

Research Publications

Centre bow and wet-deck design for motion and load reductions in wave piercing catamarans at medium speed; Ships and Offshore Structures
Classifying bow entry events of wave piercing catamarans in random waves using unsupervised and supervised techniques; International Conference on Marine Industry 4.0
Global load determination of high‑speed wave‑piercing catamarans using finite element method and linear least squares applied to sea trial strain measurements; Journal of Marine Science and Technology
Mitigation of slamming of large wave-piercing catamarans; 30th Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics
Real time structural loads monitoring for a large high-speed wave-piercing catamaran using numerical simulation and linear regression; Pacific International Maritime Conference 2019
Slam loads and kinematics of wave-piercing catamarans during bow entry events in head seas; Journal of Ship Research
Slam loads and pressures acting on high-speed wave-piercing catamarans in regular waves; Marine Structures
Systematic model tests on centre bow design for motion and slamming load alleviation in high speed catamarans; 14th International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation
The effect of centre bow and wet-deck geometry on wet-deck slamming loads and vertical bending moments of wave-piercing catamarans; Ocean Engineering
The influence of the centre bow and wet-deck geometry on motions of wave-piercing catamarans; Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment
Wet-deck slamming loads and pressures acting on wave piercing catamarans; International Shipbuilding Progress

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision