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1 32 nd International Conference on OCEAN, OFFSHORE and ARCTIC ENGINEERING Nantes, France June 9 14, 2013

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3 Your Hosts Ocean, Offshore and arctic engineering Division of the american society of Mechanical engineers asme international Petroleum technology institute ecole centrale de nantes table of contents Program at a Glance... 2 La Cité Floor Plan... 4 Nantes City Centre Map... 5 Welcome... 6 Honoring Symposium Social Events Sponsors & Exhibitors Attendee Information Program Saturday, June Sunday, June /25 Monday, June Tuesday, June Wednesday, June Thursday, June Tours Technical Tours Sightseeing Tours Outreach for Engineers ASME / IPTI Training Schedule Listing of Committees Past & Future OMAE Conferences & Chairs Author Index Session Index contact asme com/asme.ipti & XXX Photos of nantes used in program are compliments of nantes tourism 1

4 Program at a Glance saturday, June 8 sunday, June 9 Monday, June 10 Wi Fi Username: OMAE Password: 2013 REGISTRATION Great Hall Sunday, June 9: 13:00 19:00 Monday, June 10: 07:00 17:00 Tuesday, June 11: 07:30 17:00 Wednesday, June 12: 08:00 17:00 Thursday, June 13: 08:00 17:00 EXHIBITION OPEN Great Hall Monday, June 10 to Wednesday, June 13 08:30 17:30 Thursday, June 13 08:30 15:30 KEY TO SYMPOSIUM ABBREVIATIONS CFDVIV CFD and VIV MAT Materials Technology OE Ocean Engineering OG Offshore Geotechnics ORE Ocean Renewable Energy 08:30 10:00 10:30 short courses All day Offshore Arctic Pipeline Engineering 09:00 17:00 Room B/C Design and Analysis of Floating Structures 09:00 17:00 Room G/H (Continues on Sunday) Outreach Welcome & introductions industry Presentations 09:00 17:45 Room 150 short courses All day Ultimate Strength of Ships and Offshore Structures 09:00 17:00 Room B/C Design and Analysis of Floating Structures 09:00 17:00 Room G/H (Continues from Saturday) Keynote Plenary 08:30 10:00 Auditorium 800 Keynote Plenary Two: Shaping the Future of Deep Offshore Development Anne Courbot, R&D Project Manager, Deep Offshore Development, TOTAL Exploration & Production Keynote Plenary Three: Floating Wind Turbines Paul D. Sclavounos, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology refreshment Break 10:00 10:30 Great Hall concurrent sessions 10:30 12:00 OFT 1-1 Floating Platforms, Spars, Semis OFT 1-6 Subsea Deployment and Development OFT 1-7 Installation - Commissioning SSR 2-14 West Africa Swell (WASP) SSR 2-33 Fracture and Fatigue Reliability I MAT 3-1 Fracture Assessment and Control I PRT 4-6 Pipe-Soil Interaction I PRT 4-10 Alternative Designs OE 6-1 Advanced Ship Hydromechanics and Marine Technology I OE 6-3 Model Tests I CFDVIV 8-1 FS: Vessel Motions and SPH ORE 9-1 Ocean Renewable Energy (Opening Session) OMF 12-1 Nonlinear Diffraction OFT Offshore Technology OSU Ocean Space Utilization PAT PRT Polar and Arctic Sciences and Technology Pipeline and Riser Technology 12:00 Monday Luncheon 12:00 13:30 Great Hall PT Petroleum Technology OMF Odd M. Faltinsen Honoring Symposium on Marine Hydrodynamics SSR Structures, Safety and Reliability See Detailed Program starting on page 24 for concurrent session room locations. Daily Program Handout An updated daily program handout will be available at the Registration Desk the mornings of Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The handout will incorporate any last minute program changes and show the time-synchronized order of presentations in each session for that day. You can use this handout as a general reference and to easily plan your personal attendance schedule for the day. 13:30 15:00 15:30 Late Afternoon & Evening Outreach team Building exercise 17:00 19:00 Room G/H Opening ceremony and Keynote Plenary 18:00 19:00 Auditorium 800 Keynote Plenary One: Can Oil & Gas Expertise be Useful to the Renewable Energy Market? Stéphane His, Vice President Biofuels and Renewable Energies Product Line, Technip concurrent sessions 13:30 15:00 OFT 1-3 Floating Platforms: Design Considerations OFT 1-8 Loading - Offloading SSR 2-15 Probabilistic and Spectral Wave Models SSR 2-24 Collision and Crashworthiness I SSR 2-34 Fracture and Fatigue Reliability II MAT 3-8 Fracture Assessment and Control II PRT 4-21 Pipe-Soil Interaction III OSU 5-1 Deepsea Mining Systems and Concepts OE 6-10 Model Tests II OE 6-19 Advanced Ship Hydromechanics and Marine Technology II CFDVIV 8-2 FS: Free Surface Flows I CFDVIV 8-4 Risers and Pipelines: Piping, FSI ORE 9-2 Wind Energy - I ORE 9-3 Wave Energy - I OMF 12-2 Sloshing and Slamming I OMF 12-6 Analytical Methods in Marine Hydrodynamics I refreshment Break 15:00 15:30 Great Hall concurrent sessions 15:30 17:30 OFT 1-2 Floating Platforms, TLPS and Ship Shaped Vessels OFT 1-11 Mooring and Anchoring II SSR 2-16 Extreme Seas SSR 2-25 Collision and Crashworthiness II SSR 2-35 Risk Based Maintenance Planning MAT 3-6 Welding Technology and Repair Methods PRT 4-11 Design and Analysis II PRT 4-15 Pipe-Soil Interaction II OSU 5-2 Deepsea Mining Economy and Environment OE 6-8 Fluid-Structure Interaction I OE 6-20 Advanced Ship Hydromechanics and Marine Technology III CFDVIV 8-3 FS: Free Surface Flows II CFDVIV 8-5 VIV Suppression: Fairings and Strakes I ORE 9-4 Current Energy - I ORE 9-5 Wind Energy - II PT 11-3 Petroleum Reservoir Engineering, Evaluation and Management OMF 12-7 Sloshing and Slamming II Outreach Welcome Dinner 19:00 Off-site restaurant Welcome reception 19:00 22:00 The Castle of the Dukes of Brittany afternoon Drinks 17:30 18:30 Great Hall Sponsored by Technip France 2

5 tuesday, June 11 Wednesday, June 12 thursday, June 13 concurrent sessions 08:30 10:00 OFT 1-4 Fixed Platforms I OFT 1-22 Metocean SSR 2-17 Extreme and Freak Waves I SSR 2-36 Reliability of Marine Structures I MAT 3-11 Fracture Assessment and Control III PRT 4-1 Design and Analysis I PRT 4-2 Mechanics of Riser and Pipelines I OE 6-21 Advanced Ship Hydromechanics and Marine Technology IV OE 6-27 Fluid-Structure Interaction II CFDVIV 8-6 FLT: CFD Applications - Ships and Appendages CFDVIV 8-10 VIV Suppression: Fairings and Strakes II ORE 9-6 Wave Energy - II ORE 9-7 Current Energy - II PT 11-4 Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources Development Challenge OMF 12-3 Green Water and Impact refreshment Break 10:00 10:30 Great Hall concurrent sessions 10:30 12:00 OFT 1-5 Fixed Platforms II OFT 1-23 Offshore Renewable Synergies SSR 2-18 Extreme and Freak Waves II SSR 2-39 Reliability of Moorings and Risers MAT 3-2 Fatigue Assessment and Control I PRT 4-18 Mechanics of Riser and Pipelines III PRT 4-28 Design and Analysis IV OSU 5-6 VLFS and Response of Floating Facilities OE 6-5 Advanced Underwater Vehicles and Design Technology OE 6-11 Advanced Ship Hydromechanics and Marine Technology V CFDVIV 8-7 FLT: VIM CFDVIV 8-11 Risers and Pipelines: VIV, Free Spans ORE 9-8 Wind Energy - III ORE 9-9 Wave Energy - III PT 11-7 Subsurface Storage, Containment and Geological Carbon Sequestration OMF 12-5 Coupled Potential Flow/CFD Models awards Lunch 12:00 13:30 Great Hall concurrent sessions 13:30 15:00 OFT 1-9 Mooring and Anchoring I OFT 1-16 Model Testing III SSR 2-19 Extreme and Freak Waves III SSR 2-37 Reliability of Marine Structures II MAT 3-14 Fatigue Assessment and Control II PRT 4-33 Design and Analysis V PRT 4-34 Mechanics of Riser and Pipelines IV OSU 5-3 Aquaculture and Related Technology I OE 6-2 Wave Mechanics and Wave Effects I OE 6-12 Marine Environmental Engineering CFDVIV 8-8 FLT: CFD Applications - Ship Roll and Control CFDVIV 8-12 Riser Experiments and Empirical Modeling ORE 9-10 Current Energy - III ORE 9-11 Wind Energy - IV OG 10-4 Pile Foundations PT Subsurface Storage, Containment and Geological Carbon Sequestration OMF Special Problems refreshment Break 15:00 15:30 Great Hall concurrent sessions 15:30 17:30 OFT 1-19 LNG Challenges OFT 1-20 Risk Mitigation SSR 2-20 Probabilistic Response Modelling I SSR 2-38 Reliability of Marine Structures III MAT 3-10 Residual Stresses PRT 4-12 Mechanics of Riser and Pipelines II PRT 4-17 Design and Analysis III OSU 5-4 Aquaculture and Related Technology II OE 6-9 Instrumentation and Measurement and Satellite Observations OE 6-22 Wave Mechanics and Wave Effects II CFDVIV 8-9 FLT: VIM and Barge Modeling CFDVIV 8-13 Risers and Pipelines: VIV Suppression and Free Spans ORE 9-12 Wave Energy - IV ORE 9-13 Wind Energy - V OG 10-6 Suction Piles and Spudcans PT 11-5 Petroleum Transport - Flow Assurance Chemistry and Control OMF Nonlinear Wave-Structure Interactions afternoon Drinks 17:30 18:30 Great Hall Sponsored by MCS Kenny concurrent sessions 08:30 10:00 OFT 1-14 Model Testing I SSR 2-21 Probabilistic Response Modelling II SSR 2-26 Ultimate Strength I MAT 3-4 Environmental Effect on Materials Performance PRT 4-3 Fracture and Fatigue I PRT 4-37 Design and Analysis VI OE 6-14 Ocean Measurement and Data Interpretation I OE 6-23 Wave Mechanics and Wave Effects III PAT 7-1 Structure-Ice-Interactions CFDVIV 8-14 Verification and Validation (V&V) Workshop I CFDVIV 8-18 CYL: VIV ORE 9-14 Wind Energy - VI ORE 9-15 Wave Energy - V OG 10-3 Anchors I PT 11-2 Petroleum Wells: Drilling, Production & Construction OMF Ship Hydrodynamics - Manoeuvrability & Propulsion refreshment Break 10:00 10:30 Great Hall concurrent sessions 10:30 12:00 OFT 1-15 Model Testing II SSR 2-22 Probabilistic Response Modelling III SSR 2-27 Ultimate Strength II MAT 3-7 Strain Based Design of Pipelines PRT 4-13 Fracture and Fatigue II PRT 4-39 Design and Analysis VII OSU 5-7 Floating Offshore Wind Turbine System OE 6-17 Ocean Measurement and Data Interpretation II OE 6-24 Wave Mechanics and Wave Effects IV PAT 7-2 Ice Model Tests and Operations in Ice CFDVIV 8-15 Verification and Validation (V&V) Workshop II CFDVIV 8-19 CYL: Power Extraction and Modeling ORE 9-16 Wind Energy - VII ORE 9-17 Wave Energy - VI OG 10-5 Pipeline Geotechnics and Shallow Foundations PT 11-8 Well Drilling Fluids and Hydraulics OMF Ship Hydrodynamics - Seakeeping I Wednesday Luncheon 12:00 13:30 Great Hall concurrent sessions 13:30 15:00 OFT 1-17 Hydrodynamics I SSR 2-23 Probabilistic Response Modelling IV SSR 2-40 Reliability of Renewable Energy Devices I MAT 3-9 Performance and Application for Specialty Materials PRT 4-8 Rigid Risers PRT 4-30 Fracture and Fatigue IV OSU 5-5 Water Front and Coastal Engineering OE 6-4 Towed and Undersea Cables and Pipes, Mooring, and Buoy Technology OE 6-18 Ocean Measurement and Data Interpretation III PAT 7-3 Numerical Ice Modeling CFDVIV 8-16 FS: CFD Modeling - Lattice Boltzmann and Solvers CFDVIV 8-20 CYL: Tandem Cylinders ORE 9-18 Wind Energy - VIII ORE 9-19 Wave Energy - VII OG 10-2 Fluid-Soil-Structure Interaction I PT Well Drilling Fluids and Hydraulics OMF 12-8 Ship Hydrodynamics - Structural Loading and Hydroelastic Effects I refreshment Break 15:00 15:30 Great Hall concurrent sessions 15:30 17:30 OFT 1-18 Hydrodymamics II SSR 2-28 Structural Analysis and Optimisation I SSR 2-41 Reliability of Renewable Energy Devices II MAT 3-5 Advances in Steel Technology PRT 4-14 Installation I PRT 4-25 Fracture and Fatigue III OE 6-6 Computational Mechanics and Design Applications OE 6-15 Fluid-Structure and Hydroelastic Interaction PAT 7-4 Dynamic Positioning and Structures in Ice CFDVIV 8-17 CFD Applications and FOS CFDVIV 8-21 CYL: Tandem Cylinders, Spheres and Boundary Layers ORE 9-20 Wind Energy - IX ORE 9-21 Wave Energy - VIII OG 10-8 Fluid-Soil-Structure Interaction II PT 11-1 Multi-scale Reservoir Characterization for Effective Enhanced Oil and Gas Recovery OMF 12-9 Ship Hydrodynamics - Structural Loading and Hydroelastic Effects II final Banquet 19:30 23:00 Les Machines de l île information and feedback session reviewer and session Organizers Workshop 12:00 13:30 Room 300 Outreach Breakfast / feedback session 07:30 09:00 Room K/L concurrent sessions 08:30 10:00 OFT 1-12 Risers I SSR 2-29 Structural Analysis and Optimisation II SSR 2-42 Risk Analysis and Safety Management I MAT 3-12 Structural/Asset Integrity PRT 4-16 Flexible Pipes I PRT 4-40 Design and Analysis VIII OE 6-7 Coastal Engineering I OE 6-16 Multi-body and Wave-body Interaction PAT 7-5 Arctic Sea Transportation I CFDVIV 8-22 Verification and Validation (V&V) Workshop III CFDVIV 8-26 Drilling Risers and Empirical Modeling ORE 9-22 Wind Energy - X ORE 9-23 Wave Energy - IX OG 10-1 Seabed Properties OMF Ship Hydrodynamics - Added Resistance refreshment Break 10:00 10:30 Great Hall concurrent sessions 10:30 12:00 OFT 1-13 Risers II SSR 2-30 Structural Analysis and Optimisation III SSR 2-43 Risk Analysis and Safety Management II MAT 3-3 Structural Integrity Management Procedures and Standards for Offshore Installations (Workshop) PRT 4-27 Flexible Pipes III PRT 4-32 Flexible Pipes IV OE 6-13 Unsteady Hydrodynamics, Vibrations and Propulsion OE 6-25 Coastal Engineering II PAT 7-6 Arctic Sea Transportation II CFDVIV 8-23 Verification & Validation (V&V) Workshop IV CFDVIV 8-27 Risers and Pipelines: Empirical Models ORE 9-24 Wind Energy - XI ORE 9-25 Wind Energy - XII OG 10-9 Anchors II OMF Analytical Methods in Marine Hydrodynamics II technical session Organizers Luncheon 12:00 13:30 Great Hall concurrent sessions 13:30 15:00 OFT 1-21 Software Quality, Classification and Standards SSR 2-31 Structural Analysis and Optimisation IV SSR 2-44 Risk Analysis and Safety Management III PRT 4-7 Monitoring, Inspection and Repair PRT 4-22 Flexible Pipes II OE 6-26 Coastal Engineering III PAT 7-7 Arctic Sea Transportation and Evacuation in Ice CFDVIV 8-24 FS: Waves and Multi-Phase Flows CFDVIV 8-28 CYL: Cylinder Flows and Galloping ORE 9-26 Wind Energy - XIII OG 10-7 Seabed Processes I OMF Ship Hydrodynamics - Seakeeping II MAT 3-15 Lifecycle Integrity Management of Offshore Installations (Workshop) refreshment Break 15:00 15:30 Great Hall concurrent sessions 15:30 17:30 OFT 1-10 Station Keeping SSR 2-32 Structural Analysis and Optimisation V SSR 2-45 Risk Analysis and Safety Management IV PRT 4-20 Installation II PRT 4-36 Flexible Pipes V PAT 7-8 Environmental Issues in Ice CFDVIV 8-25 CFD and VIV Wrap-up ORE 9-27 Wind Energy - XIV OG Seabed Processes II OMF 12-4 Viscous Damping farewell reception 17:30 18:30 Mezzanine friday, July 6 technical tours See pages 90 & 90 for descriptions of the Technical Tours. 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6 floor PLan floor PLan La Cité Nantes Events Centre 5, rue de Valmy BP Nantes Cedex 1 Phone: +33 (0) Great Auditorium RO Room Four RO Room Three R2 Room Six R2 Room Five Auditorium 800 VIP (Atlantique Club) secondary conference Venue: Centre des Expositions Nantes Métropole 2 Cours du Champ de Mars Directions: Across the street from the La Cité s main doors. Ask at the Registration Desk for specific instructions. Mezzanine Great Hall Auditorium 450 Room 150 A I B&C D E F N M L K J H G Terrace Room 200 Room 300 Great Auditorium Foyer Great Gallery Room One Great Gallery Room Two Novotel Hotel Registration & Tours 4

7 city MaP ILS DE VERSAILLES Nantes, City Centre MUSÉE DES BEAUX ARTS TOUR DE BRETAGNE a La cité events centre 5 rue de Valmy 7 ibis nantes centre gare sud 3 Allée Baco 1a centre des expositions nantes Métropole 2, Cours du Champ de Mars 8 Kyriad nantes centre 8 Allée du Commandant Charcot 2 novotel nantes centre cité des congrès 3 rue du Valmy 9 residhome appart hotel Berges de la Loire 31 Quai Malakoff 3 Mercure nantes centre gare 50/51 Quai Malakoff 10 seven urban suites 10 rue Konrad Adenauer 4 adagio nantes centre 19 Allée du Commandant Charcot 11 final Banquet at Les Machines de l île 5 Boulevard Léon Bureau 5 novotel nantes centre Bord de Loire 1 Boulevard des Martyrs Nantais de la Résistance 12 6 Mercure ile de nantes 15 Boulevard Alexandre Millerand Welcome reception at castle of the Dukes of Brittany 4, Place Marc Elder tram stop: chantiers navals 5 city MaP 1

8 Welcome from the Conference Chair WeLcOMe The OMAE Conference, for the first time held in France, will be a major opportunity to promote France as a strong player in the development of maritime activities. France is indeed a maritime country, with one of the longest coastlines in Europe, and the second maritime exclusive economic zone in the world, just after the United States. France is also the home of several major stakeholders in the shipbuilding and offshore industries, many of whom are sponsoring OMAE The city of Nantes itself has a long maritime history reflected in its motto Favet Neptunus Eunti, meaning Neptune favors the traveler. The city and its region have been leading the shipbuilding industry in France for decades. This activity is now located in Saint-Nazaire, Prof. Ferrant 60 kilometers west of Nantes, at the mouth of the Loire River. The last important shipyard operating in downtown Nantes closed in Slipways, cranes and the main shipyard building have been maintained in what is now one of the tourist attractions of Nantes, Les Machines de l île, where the Conference Banquet will be held on June 12th. Nantes and the Pays de la Loire region are now playing a leading role in the development of the marine renewable energy (MRE) sector, with universities, research centers and companies joining their efforts to build the basis of a new industry. The Ecole Centrale de Nantes and the LHEEA Lab are especially active in this process, having for example set up SEMREV, the first operational French test site for MRE systems, off Le Croisic on the Atlantic coast. Nantes is also recognized as very nice place to live; as hosts we want to share our city with you. It may have to do with nice springtime weather or the food, wine, and friendship Ideally situated between Rio in 2012 and San Francisco in 2014, a memorable stay in Nantes, 2013 Green Capital of Europe, is awaiting you! Pierre Ferrant Conference Chair, OMAE 2013 Head of the LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes 6

9 WeLcOMe Welcome from the Technical Program Chair As the OMAE 2013 Technical Program Chair, I am happy to welcome you to OMAE 2013 in the beautiful city of Nantes. This year s technical program is extensive with over 850 reviewed papers in a wide area of topics that cover all aspects of ocean, offshore and arctic engineering. With a record number of papers, you should expect to find engaging presentations that showcase advances in technology and its scientific support. In addition, you will find numerous networking opportunities between researchers, engineers, managers, technicians and students from scientific and industrial communities from around the world. The goal of the OMAE conference remains the exchange of ideas and experiences while promoting technological progress and international cooperation. Prof. Mikkelsen This year s conference has 12 technical symposia. We have our long established regular symposia: Offshore Technology, Structures, Safety & Reliability, Materials, Pipeline & Riser Technology, Ocean Space Utilization, Ocean Engineering, Polar & Arctic Sciences & Technology, CFD & VIV, and Ocean Renewable Energy. We are pleased to see the continued growth in the two newest symposiums on Offshore Geotechnics and Petroleum Technology, and we are especially pleased to have a special symposium honoring our esteemed colleague, Prof. Odd M. Faltinsen. This honorary symposium on Marine Hydrodynamics has attracted over 60 special papers. The Outreach for Engineers program and the OMAE Technical Short Courses continue to grow in popularity. While all endeavours are made to avoid overlap of topics in the parallel sessions, you will appreciate that this is not always possible. I hope you will be able to catch up with authors to whom you have not been able to listen and renew old acquaintances during refreshment breaks and other social events. I would like to thank the Local Organizing Committee, led by Prof. Pierre Ferrant from Ecole Centrale Nantes, for the outstanding work they have done in organizing such a wonderful conference. As well, I would like to thank the Symposium Coordinators and Session Chairs for their excellent work. Finally, and most importantly, I would like to thank and congratulate all the authors and reviewers of OMAE 2013 for their valuable contributions and efforts to make the conference a big success and a memorable event. It is with this in mind that I once again thank the organizers and welcome you all to the OMAE 2013 Conference. Have an enjoyable and rewarding experience in beautiful Nantes. Jon Mikkelsen Technical Program Chair, OMAE 2013 Professor of Teaching, University of British Columbia WeLcOMe 7

10 WeLcOMe Welcome from the OOAE Division WeLcOMe On behalf of the Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OOAE) Division of ASME, welcome to the 32nd International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering (OMAE 2013) and our gracious host city of Nantes. We wish to thank all of the authors and volunteers for helping to make the OMAE Conference recognized as the preeminent international technical forum for offshore activities. The goals of the OOAE Division include the promotion of international cooperation in the exchange of technical information and the encouragement of young engineers to join the offshore community. This gathering of academics, industry and government representatives from forty countries at OMAE to discuss technical advances and share ideas concerning the Dr. Oakley ocean environment is evidence of the quality of the objectives and conference content. OMAE has enjoyed steady growth over the last decade, offering a huge array of technical programs designed for in-depth discussion and also the opportunity to learn about relevant topics outside of our dayto-day focus. We have twelve symposia covering the broad area of ocean engineering, including offshore geotechnics and petroleum technology. I encourage you to both bring your expertise and broaden your knowledge. We will also be honoring our esteemed colleague Prof. Odd Faltinsen from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology for his long career and contributions to education and our industry. The program includes short courses and the popular Outreach for Engineers Program. These support the objective of continuing education and the desire to attract students and young professionals to OMAE so that they become the future leaders of our community. On behalf of the entire OOAE Division of ASME, I would like to thank all of the sponsors for their financial support. This plays an important role in enhancing the breadth and quality of OMAE. Major thanks are also due to the dedicated volunteers who make OMAE a success. In particular, we wish to thank Prof. Pierre Ferrant of the Ecole Centrale de Nantes and his team that have so skillfully arranged this year s facilities and events. Thanks are also due to our Technical Program Chair, Prof. Jon Mikkelsen from the University of British Columbia, for his leadership. Thank you to all the Local Organizing Committee members, International Advisory Committee members, Symposium coordinators, Session organizers, authors and reviewers. The dedicated staff from Sea to Sky Meeting Management Inc., the International Petroleum Technology Institute, and ASME are vital to OMAE s success and their professional support is much appreciated. In closing, I hope you will have an enjoyable and rewarding time at OMAE 2013 in beautiful Nantes. Owen H. Oakley, Jr. Chair, OOAE Division of ASME 8

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12 honoring symposium Odd M. Faltinsen Honoring Symposium on Marine Hydrodynamics honoring symposium Professor Odd Faltinsen was born in 1944 in Stavanger, Norway, and obtained a Candidatus Realium in Applied Mathematics from the University of Bergen in 1968 and a PhD in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering in 1971 from the University of Michigan. He is now Professor of Marine Hydrodynamics in the Department of Marine Technology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology. He specializes in sea loads on marine structures and hydro elasticity. Professor Faltinsen has been a member of five International Towing Tank Conference Committees including two as Chair, and a member of three International Ship Structure Committees who dealt with sea loads. Professor Faltinsen is an elected member of the Prof. Faltinsen Norwegian Academy for Technical Sciences, the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters and is a foreign member of the National Academy of Engineering, USA and the Chinese Academy of Engineering. He has been a Visiting Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA and at the Research Institute of Applied Mechanics, Kyushu University, Japan. He is a Visiting Professor at the University College London, an Honorary Professor at Harbin Engineering University, China and an Academic Master at Dalian University of Technology, China. Professor Faltinsen has educated 50 doctoral students and is presently supervising 11 doctoral students. He has been host for more than 10 researchers (post doctoral and professors) from Japan, France, Korea, Croatia, Italy, Russia, Ukraine and the USA. He is the author of the three textbooks entitled Sea Loads on Ships and Offshore Structures, Hydrodynamics of High- Speed Marine Vehicles, and Sloshing (co-authored with A. N. Timokha). They have all been published by Cambridge University Press and are translated into Chinese. The sea load textbook has also been translated into Korean. He has authored 370 publications in scientific journals, conferences and books, and has given more than 43 keynote and honours lectures. Professor Faltinsen received the Fridtjof Nansen s Award for Outstanding Research in Science and Medicine in The 26th International Workshop on Water Waves and Floating Bodies held in Athens in April 2011 was dedicated to Professor Faltinsen for his lifetime scientific achievements. 10

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14 Social Events social events Welcome reception sunday, June 9 19:00 22:00 the castle of the Dukes of Brittany (Château des ducs de Bretagne) 4 Place Marc Elder, Nantes Phone: Kickoff OMAE 2013 by going back in time to the Middle Ages at the Castle of the Dukes of Brittany. Enjoy a dinner reception showcasing the culinary specialities and wines from Nantes and the surrounding region, while strolling amongst this medieval fortress built in the 15th Century. The Castle, the last Loire Châteaux before the Atlantic Ocean, was designed with a sentry walk 500 metres long punctuated by seven towers set into its curtain walls. The Castle s inner courtyard reveals a 15th Century ducal palace built of tufa stone in the Renaissance style. Admission to the Welcome Reception is included for all attendees, exhibitors and accompanying persons. Please bring your Welcome Reception ticket with you to the Reception for admission. Tickets will be included in your registration package if you indicated you are attending the Welcome Reception during registration. transportation: The Castle is a short ten minute walk from La Cité. It is marked on the City Map located on Pg. 5 as #12. Due to the close proximity of the Castle, no transportation is offered. Luncheons 12:00 13:30 great hall Lunch will be provide on all four conference days, and is open to all attendees where lunch is included in their fee, as well as to exhibitors. Monday - Luncheon Tuesday - Awards Luncheon Wednesday - Luncheon (Great Hall) & Information and Feedback Session - Reviewer and Session Organizers Workshop (Room 300) Thursday - Technical Session Organizers Luncheon afternoon Drinks Monday, June 10 and tuesday, June 11 17:30 18:30 great hall Make your way to the Great Hall to enjoy a drink with your colleagues after the end of sessions on Monday and Tuesday. All attendees are invited. Monday s Afternoon Drinks are sponsored by Technip France. Tuesday s Afternoon Drinks are sponsored by MCS Kenny. 12

15 social XXX events final Banquet Wednesday, June 12 19:30 23:00 Les Machines de l île 5 Boulevard Léon Bureau, Nantes Tel: OMAE has chosen a very special and appropriate venue for the Final Banquet Les Machines de l île, an unprecedented project combining art and engineering. This mechanical phenomenon is a blend of the invented worlds of Jules Verne, the mechanical universe of Leonardo da Vinci, and the industrial history of Nantes, built on the site of the former shipyards. Enjoy a glass of wine and the Canapés du Maraîcher Nantais while meandering through the Machine Gallery. The Machine Gallery is a living space where new machines are exhibited after they are created in the workshop of the company La Machine. Dinner will feature regional cuisine seafood, foie gras, meats and cheeses followed by tantalizing desserts and of course, accompanied by a variety of French wines. Entertainment indigenous to the region will provide a local flair. Music, good company, great food and wine surrounded by French history and mechanical marvels this will be a Final Banquet to remember! transportation: Les Machines de L île is accessible through tram stop Chantiers Navals on Tram Line 1. From the tram stop, cross the bridge over the Loire river. Two tram tickets (one there and one back) and a ticket to the Final Banquet will be included in your registration package if you indicated you are attending the Final Banquet during registration. farewell reception thursday, June 13 17:30 18:30 Mezzanine Join the Organizing Committees of OMAE 2013 and OMAE 2014 to toast the accomplishments of the past week, say farewell to Nantes, and introduce the host city of OMAE 2014 San Francisco, USA! During the reception, a friendly competition will take place between Nantes and San Francisco, and the hosts will reveal what is planned for OMAE 2014 in California. Hors D oeuvres and drinks will be served. refreshment Breaks Monday, June 10 to thursday, June 13 10:00 10:30 and 15:00 15:30 great hall Refreshment breaks will take place in the Great Hall amongst the exhibits. accompanying Persons Program The Accompanying Persons Program includes admission to the Welcome Reception, the Monday Morning Tour, and the Final Banquet. social events 13

16 Sponsors & Exhibitors sponsors & exhibitors host Platinum ecole centrale de nantes Exhibitor and Technical Tour Host The Ecole Centrale Nantes, part of the Centrale Group (Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes and Paris), trains engineers to Master and PhD levels. Created in 1919, Centrale Nantes today has 2050 students on its 39-acre campus (1540 engineering students, 270 Master students and 240 PhD students). Training is provided in the most up-to-date scientific and technological developments and students are introduced to the best managerial practices. With over one hundred researchers and sixty thesis defences per year, Centrale Nantes is a strong player in research and innovation. Especially, Centrale Nantes is the leader in France for ocean engineering research, with the LHEEA laboratory (Hydrodynamics, Energetics & Atmospheric Environment), developing numerical simulation methods, experiments in model basins, as well as full scale testing in SEMREV, the wave energy test facility. total One of the world s leading international oil companies, Total is also actively involved in other aspects of the global energy industry, including natural gas, refining, petrochemicals and the marketing of petroleum products. Today, in response to soaring energy demand, the company is stepping up its expansion into solar power and biomass. Based in more than 130 countries, over 97,000 employees provide the energy and products the world needs. Total s deep offshore expertise is widely recognized. This year, the company was rewarded twice by the Industry (IPTC 2013 and OTC 2013 ) for the Pazflor project, the world s largest FPSO, currently operating off the coast of Angola. A technological achievement but also a peopleled success; as many as 4,500 people on four different continents were involved in the project at the same time. Visit the exhibits located in the Great Hall to discover new products and services from some of the industry s leading organizations. Coffee and tea will be served amongst the exhibits during Refreshment Breaks. exhibit hours Great Hall Monday, June 10 to Wednesday, June 12 08:30 17:30 Thursday, June 13 08:30 15:

17 sponsors & exhibitors gold Bureau Veritas Founded in 1828, Bureau Veritas is the largest classification and certification society in the world with over 59,000 employees located in 1,300 offices in 140 countries and over 400,000 customers in many different industries throughout the world. In the maritime and offshore fields, its objectives are to improve and maintain standards of safety, security, quality, and protection of the environment. Its key services are: 1) classification of ships and offshore units (10,000 ships and offshore units of all types are classified at its register); 2) certification of ships, units, and equipment on behalf of 140 governmental authorities; 3) technical assistance and consulting; and 4) training services in the technical and regulatory fields. subsea7 Subsea 7 is a seabed-to-surface engineering, construction and services contractor to the offshore energy industry worldwide. Subsea 7 provides integrated services and has a proven track record of delivering complex projects in deepwater and challenging environments. It achieves this by: using our specialist knowledge and expertise in the design, fabrication, installation and commissioning of seabed-to-surface projects; deploying global resources in all major offshore hydrocarbon basins worldwide; and operating one of the world s most versatile fleets comprising over 40 high-specification pipe-lay, construction, remote intervention and diving support vessels. Dcns research Exhibitor and Technical Tour Host DCNS Research is charged by DCNS to enlighten the future. Between basic research and industrial innovations, DCNS Research leads the activities of research and technology. With facilities at the Group s Nantes and Toulon centres, DCNS Research focuses on the main R&T areas applicable to naval defence and energy, including hydrodynamics, propulsors, shipboard systems, mechanical and energy systems, automatic control, UxVs, structure-fluid interactions, corrosion physical chemistry, mechanical testing & metallography, nondestructive testing, materials science, algorithms, acoustics, IT architecture, electromagnetism, virtual security, multiphysical optimisation and human factors. sponsors & exhibitors 15

18 sponsors & exhibitors silver sponsors & exhibitors abs ABS is one of the world s leading classification societies, providing services to clients in the international shipping and offshore industries through a network of local representatives in nearly 70 countries. The core competencies of the men and women of ABS are in the fields of marine survey, engineering and auditing. Underpinning our successful service operations is an unequivocal commitment to research and development. The mission of ABS is to promote the security of life, property and the natural environment primarily through the development and verification of standards for the design, construction and operational maintenance of marine-related facilities. intecsea INTECSEA is a wholly owned global business within the WorleyParsons Group. Together with fixed structures, topsides, onshore and project delivery capabilities, it has the most comprehensive offering for any offshore application and provides opportunity for seamless interface with onshore facilities. INTECSEA s approach is to combine a comprehensive range of specialist skills and engineering disciplines in truly integrated teams to provide system solutions to subsea projects of all sizes from a relatively simple tie-back or pipeline to world-scale deepwater developments in the harshest environments anywhere in the world. For over 30 years, INTECSEA has provided pioneering technology leadership and has a history of innovation and groundbreaking achievements across the sector. DnV software Exhibitor DNV Software is a leading provider of software for managing risks in energy, process and maritime industries offering solutions for design, engineering, strength assessment, risk and reliability, QHSE and asset integrity management. Companies today are operating in an increasingly more complex and demanding risk environment. DNV s core competence is to identify, assess, and advise on how to manage this. Our technology expertise and industry knowledge, combined with our risk management approach, have been used to manage numerous high-profile projects around the world. DNV Software is part of DNV and almost 300 DNV offices in 100 countries enable us to be close to our customers and share best practices and quality standards throughout the world. safeguarding life, property and the environment Maritime research institute netherlands (Marin) MARIN is a research institute in the field of hydrodynamical and nautical aspects of ships and offshore structures. The services incorporate a unique combination of simulation, model testing, full-scale measurements and bridge training programmes. MARIN has six main testing facilities (Offshore Basin, Seakeeping and Manoeuvring Basin, Shallow Water Basin, Deep Water Towing Tank, High Speed Basin, and Depressurised Towing Tank) and two main bridge simulators. As an independent institute, MARIN organizes a large number of Joint Industry Projects (JIPs). 16

19 sponsors & exhibitors afternoon Drinks Mcs Kenny Exhibitor MCS Kenny leads the subsea industry with 30 years experience in the design and delivery of innovative engineering and software solutions for riser and associated subsea field developments. Developed by our engineers in collaboration with industry leaders, our software products deliver a range of practical solutions in the most challenging of subsea conditions. Flexcom is the industryleading FE software for the analysis and design of risers and subsea structures for the world s most demanding offshore projects. DeepRiser is an integrated engineering application for optimising operability and streamlining the design and analysis of drilling and top tensioned production risers. PipeLay is a state-of-the art design and engineering application for efficient analysis of all offshore pipeline installation scenarios. OptiLay is an advanced on-board software system for planning and monitoring pipeline installation operations. Optima is a range of on-board riser management tools for planning and monitoring operations with drilling, production and completion/workover risers. MCS Kenny software delivers tangible business benefits to hundreds of leading oil and gas industry customers around the world. technip france A leader in the energy services industry -Technip is a world leader in engineering, technology and project management for the energy industry. From the deepest subsea oil and gas developments to the largest and most complex offshore and onshore infrastructures, our 36,500 people are constantly offering the best solutions and most innovative technologies to meet the world s energy challenges. Over the years, we have established a strong reputation based on innovative engineering and excellence in project management. Through our constant customer focus and our integrated and sustainable project approach, we ensure the success of our clients. sponsors & exhibitors 17

20 exhibitors exhibitors agence régionale de Pays de la Loire From design to operation, marine renewable energy has found its home in the Pays de la Loire French region. The region is far ahead of other regions in France thanks to its political drive and the exemplary effort of key players in the sector. 130 million will be invested by 2020 in order to create the conditions needed for development within the sector, from design to operation. With geographical resources, industry, Research and Development and a qualified workforce, Pays de la Loire is definitely the ideal French region for MRE projects in all kinds of energy: offshore wind, wave, marine current, ocean thermal and marine biomass. altair engineering Altair empowers client innovation and decision making through technology that optimizes the analysis, management and visualization of business and engineering information. Privately held with more than 1,500 employees, Altair has offices throughout North America, South America, Europe and Asia/Pacific. With a 26-yearplus track record for product design, advanced engineering software, on-demand computing technologies and enterprise analytics solutions, Altair consistently delivers a competitive advantage to more than 3,000 corporate clients representing the automotive, aerospace, government and defense, and consumer products verticals. Altair also has a growing client presence in the life sciences, financial services and energy markets. cathie associates Cathie Associates is a leading independent international offshore geoscience and geotechnical engineering consultancy with offices across Europe. We specialise in providing bespoke, objective and expert consultancy to the offshore oil and gas industry. We are highly active in the upstream oil and gas sector and have for a number of years delivered innovative design consultancy services for offshore infrastructure in all of the major oil and gas centres around the world. In addition to design services, we offer an integrated delivery of front-end geoscience consultancy such as geotechnical and geohazard desk studies, site survey design and procurement, QC supervision, management and close-out. We are trusted by leading developers and major contractors to deliver whole-life geoscience and geotechnical engineering solutions: initial geohazard assessments and geotechnical desk studies; field development support; geophysical and geotechnical survey design and management; seabed data integration and interpretation; geotechnical design for foundation structures, conductors, pipelines and umbilicals; geotechnical extension of life assessments; and decommissioning. cd-adapco CD-adapco is the world s largest independent CAE-focused provider of engineering simulation software, support and services. Our products, including STAR-CCM+, STAR- CD, SPEED, and es-solutions provide design analysis solutions for a wide range of industries including offshore, oil and gas, and marine applications: virtual tow-tank hydrodynamic analysis for marine applications, pipeline simulation with multiphase flow, drilling simulation, icing/deicing applications, wave simulations using volume of fluid, thermal and stress simulations, electric motor design, and more. STAR-CCM+, provides the world s most comprehensive engineering multiphysics simulation in a single integrated package and comprehensive engineering support. We offer flexible licensing plans to help customers tailor their needs. cfd-numerics CFD-Numerics specialises in fluid flow simulation, thermal management and combustion. Our team manages outsourced engineering projects, simulation methodology development and research and innovation in collaboration with our clients and partners. We operate with engineering companies and key players in Oil&Gas (Total E&P, SBM), Marine (STX, CNIM), Energy (Areva, EDF), Ground transportation (Renault, Valeo), Aerospace (SNECMA, Liebherr) and Manufacturing (Constellium, Rio Tinto) sectors. Our activities cover safety (ventilation, fire and explosion simulations), process optimisation (scrubber, burners simulations), hull and off-shore structures dimensioning (wave impacts). We use commercial (ANSYS CFD and STAR-CCM+) and open source (OpenFOAM) codes and have our own hardware resources with 150 cores able to run more than 200 million cells. 18

21 exhibitors Dassault systèmes, simulia Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA applications, including Abaqus, Isight and Simulation Lifecycle Management, enable users to leverage physics-based simulation and highperformance computing to explore real-world behavior of products, nature, and life. As part of Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE platform, SIMULIA applications accelerate the process of making highly-informed mission-critical design and engineering decisions, before committing to costly and time-consuming physical prototypes. We help our users meet their business goals, not only with world-leading simulation applications, but also through our global team of engineers who teach and support them in the use of our applications to reduce time and cost while delivering innovative, game-changing solutions. hydrocean HydrOcean offers design support in the marine field, with the use of innovative numerical simulation tools capable of accurately simulating the most simple to the most complex hydrodynamic phenomena (CFD, SPH, non linear potential flow solvers). HydrOcean proposes its expertise exclusively in the offshore, naval, yachts and marine energy industries. Throughout a complete numerical tank HydrOcean proposes the evaluation and optimisation of hydrodynamic and aerodynamic offshore structures performances. HydrOcean s expertise enables us to limit conception risks, reduce design costs and understand complex marine fluid dynamics phenomena. HydrOcean s studies include the computation of hydrodynamic and aerodynamic coefficients for mooring loads, damping and added mass coefficients, non-linear wave and extreme wave loading, VIV and VIM, hull design optimisation and sloshing / multiphase flows, etc. Dhi DHI are the first people you should call when you have a tough challenge to solve in a water environment. In the world of water, our knowledge is second-to-none, and we strive to make it globally accessible to clients and partners. So whether you need to save water, share it fairly, improve its quality, quantify its impact or manage its flow, we can help. Our knowledge, combined with our team s expertise and the power of our technology, hold the key to unlocking the right solution. gep-aftp Managed by GEP-AFTP, CLAR-OM is a group of research organisations, oil companies and offshore equipment and service companies that carry out R&D programs aiming at better understanding of offshore structures behaviour and improved design methods. GEP-AFTP is the French association of companies and professionals in the oil, gas and related industries. The GEP-AFTP network brings together some 1,320 members (240 corporate members and 1,100 individual oil and gas professionals). GEP-AFTP aims to promote the technological and industrial excellence of the French hydrocarbons industry across the world and to foster the international deployment of French oil and gas companies and SME s enterprises. institut de recherche technologique Jules Verne IRT Jules Verne is a technological research institute dedicated to advanced manufacturing technologies of composites, metallic and hybrid structures. It is based in Nantes. With 35% of its budget already spent on programs directly related with the structures at sea, IRT Jules Verne asserts itself as a key element of French research and innovation for the RME sector and the shipbuilding industry. The Institute works on projects that are directly connected to specific industrial needs such as: a numerical towing tank, hydrodynamics, materials and processes (welding), improved performance (durability, corrosion), and structural weight reduction. The Institute benefits from the commitment of major French industrials such as Alstom, DCNS and STX. Lankhorst Mouldings Lankhorst Mouldings has unique capabilities for the manufacturing of injection moulded products and thermoset PU casting from various materials (PE/PP/PU). Lankhorst has developed a range of products including: vortex suppression strakes and fairings; pipe-in-pipe centralisers and bundle spacers; piggy-back clamps and riser clamps; anode tapers and field-joint infill shells; marine drilling riser protection fins; cable and flowline crossing and impact protection; bend restrictors; and buoyancies. exhibitors 19

22 exhibitors exhibitors MarinteK MARINTEK (Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute) is a company in the SINTEF Group and performs research and development for companies in the field of marine technology. We develop and verify business and operating concepts and technological solutions for the shipping, marine equipment, ocean energy and offshore petroleum industries. MARINTEK s headquarters and laboratories (Ocean Basin, Towing Tank, Cavitation Tunnel, Energy/Machinery Laboratory, Marine Structures Laboratory et al.) are in Trondheim, Norway, with subsidiaries in Houston, Texas and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Orcina Limited Orcina is a professional engineering software house specialising in the fields of offshore dynamics, risers, moorings, towed systems and installation procedures. We develop and sell leading edge commercial software packages including OrcaFlex (with VIV analysis), OrcaLay and OrcaBend. We also undertake feasibility and design studies, design audit, and engineering systems analysis. Our main product is OrcaFlex, the market-leading numerical simulation program for modelling flexible and rigid risers, moorings, cable and pipe lay, pipeline pullin, towed arrays, installation sequences and many other systems. OrcaFlex provides the best-in-class complete design environment for offshore dynamics. omnisens sa A leader in long-distance fiber optic sensing, Omnisens solutions continuously monitor critical assets to: detect and locate leaks and thermal bottle necks in flowlines, risers, umbilicals; provide flow assurance for subsea pipelines and flowlines, including electrically heated pipes; monitor fatigue and condition of subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines; and optimize performance and monitor the condition of submarine high voltage power cables. Omnisens provides design, application expertise, project management, commissioning, data interpretation and service and support for continuous asset integrity monitoring. The company operates throughout the world, either direct or through specialized solution providers. World scientific Publishing & imperial college Press World Scientific is a family-run business which in three decades has established itself as one of the leading scientific publishers in the world, and the largest international scientific publisher in the Asia-Pacific region. World Scientific publishes around 500 new titles a year and 120 journals in various fields. Many of its books are recommended texts adopted by renowned institutions such as Harvard, Stanford and Princeton University. It is a market leader in Engineering and in particular Ocean Engineering publishing, producing bestsellers by respected authors from William J Kamphuis to Peter Nielsen. 20

23 MeDia & supporters Media supporter ship&offshore With the bimonthly international maritime publication Ship&Offshore, DVV Media Group offers in addition to the established brand Schiff&Hafen a product family presenting specialist information on marine and offshore technology for the global maritime market. With high specialist expertise the English-language magazine focuses on current trends and innovative developments of all areas of the maritime sector. Comprehensive technical articles on classical and specialised shipbuilding, the shipping industry and offshore technology are complemented by latest news on orders and deliveries. Ship&Offshore is supplemented by six other international periodicals spotlighting new maritime markets and published in the specific national language as well as a GreenTech-Special. national center for scientific research The National Center for Scientific Research is a public organization under the responsibility of the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research. It covers all scientific disciplines, including the humanities and social sciences, biological sciences, nuclear and particle physics, information sciences, engineering and systems, physics, mathematical sciences, chemistry, earth sciences and astronomy, ecology and the environment. Its 1053 laboratories, including 95% in partnership with universities, higher education institutions and other research organizations, are present throughout France, with researchers, engineers and technicians. CNRS has a budget of approximately 3.3 billion Euros. The LHEEA Lab. of Ecole Centrale de Nantes, co-sponsor of OMAE2013, is recognized by the CNRS as a mixed research unit. technology systems corp. ECO magazine, published and distributed globally six times a year in print, digital and APP formats, presents critical business intelligence for professionals in the coastal and offshore environment industry. Ocean environment professionals receive ECO at no cost to stay informed and focused on current policy, projects, trends, news, analysis and technology developments in the global environment marketplace. Each issue of ECO provides comprehensive coverage and analysis of pertinent issues acting as an information resource for professionals in all disciplines of this multi-faceted industry: Offshore Oil & Gas, Government Agencies, Defense, Utilities, Renewable Ocean Energy, Engineering Firms, Construction/Dredging, Law Firms, Academia, and International Banking Institutions. MeDia & supporters 21

24 attendee information Attendee Information registration The Registration Desk is located in the Great Hall and is open during the following hours: Sunday, June 9: 13:00 19:00 Monday, June 10: 07:00 17:00 Tuesday, June 11: 07:30 17:00 Wednesday, June 12: 08:00 17:00 Thursday, June 13: 08:00 17:00 name Badges In addition to being a means of identification to colleagues, you are required to wear your name badge for admission to conference sessions and events. Room monitors will check name badges before allowing anyone into the session or events. Replacement badges are available at the Registration Desk at a cost of 25 per badge. On each name badge the type of registration is identified, and they are as follows: full conference: Attendees who have paid the author/ member or non-member registration fee qualify for this badge. Attendees wearing this badge are entitled to admission to all conference sessions, daily refreshment breaks, the Welcome Reception, the Exhibition, the four Luncheons, the Final Banquet and the Farewell Reception. Full Conference attendees will also receive a conference bag, a program and a Conference DVD. Daily registration: Attendees who have paid the one-day registration fee qualify for the badge representing the day they have selected to attend. Attendees wearing this badge are entitled to the following on the day they have selected to attend: admission to conference sessions, refreshment breaks, the Exhibition, food and beverage served on the specified day, excluding the Final Banquet. Daily attendees will also receive a conference bag, a program and a Conference DVD. student registration: Attendees who have paid the student registration fee qualify for this badge. Attendees wearing this badge are entitled to all conference sessions, daily refreshment breaks, the Welcome Reception, the Exhibition, the four Luncheons and the Farewell Reception. Student attendees are also invited to attend the Final Banquet, thanks to sponsorship from the OOAE Division. Student attendees will also receive a conference bag, a program and a Conference DVD. accompanying Person: Guests who have registered as an accompanying person qualify for this badge and are entitled to admission to the Welcome Reception, the Monday Morning Tour, and the Final Banquet. exhibitors: Exhibitors have access to the Exhibition and may participate in the Welcome Reception, the four Luncheons, the Final Banquet, and the Farewell Reception. Exhibitors are not permitted to attend conference sessions other than the Opening Ceremonies. tours and social events: Pre-purchased tickets for tours and social events are provided with your name badge upon registering onsite. We are unable to sell tickets for tours and social events onsite. certificate of attendance All conference attendees of OMAE 2013 will receive a certificate of attendance upon registration at the conference. conference evaluation Our aim is to deliver a conference that is an enjoyable and educational experience. We rely on your full and honest feedback to improve future conferences. An online survey will be ed to you following the conference and we appreciate your time and assistance in completing the survey and providing your feedback. 22

25 attendee information Dietary requirements Attendees who advised the Conference Secretariat of their special dietary needs will have a special dietary ticket for each Luncheon, the Welcome Reception and the Final Banquet located in their registration envelope. If you have not advised the Conference Secretariat of your special dietary needs, please advise the staff at the Registration Desk before 19:00 on Sunday, June 9. first aid For first aid assistance, please go the Registration Desk or ask for assistance from the La Cité staff. Lost & found Should you lose or misplace an item, please go to the Registration Desk for assistance. Meeting room Protocol Every effort will be made to ensure that all sessions start and end on time. Presenters and attendees are all asked to work together to achieve this. This may mean having to cut short a valuable discussion; however, conference organizers request your cooperation for the benefit of all attendees. Please turn your cell phone and other noise making devices off or set to vibrate. smoking Smoking is not permitted within the venue. Smoking is allowed only in designated outdoor areas specified by the venue. Please check with La Cité staff for the location of the nearest smoking locations. internet Free WI FI internet is offered. Username: OMAE Password: 2013 asme itinerary Planner ASME is proud to announce the introduction of the new ASME Itinerary Planner, which is now available and will allow attendees to plan and build their personalized schedule for the conference. Simply search for ASME Itinerary Planner in your app store of choice. author Presentations Presenters are asked to be in the session room 30 minutes prior to the start of the first presentation to upload their presentation. Your Partner in Marine Computational Fluid Dynamics CFD Expertise Hydrodynamics Aerodynamics Fluid-structure interaction Unique CFD Platform 20 CFD engineers / Ph.Ds 8 complementary numerical solvers Unlimited number of licenses Access to large CPU clusters Over 150 successful projects More than 50 clients worldwide Current coefficients Damping and added mass coefficients Non linear wave loading Extreme wave loading VIV and VIM Aerodynamic coefficients Hull design optimisation Sloshing and multiphase flows Spin-off from Ecole Centrale Nantes Fluid Dynamics Laboratory HydrOcean 1 Rue de la Noë CS Nantes Cedex 3 - France Luke Berry - Commercial Manager +33 (0)

26 PrOgraM: saturday & sunday PrOgraM: saturday & sunday Saturday, June 8 Glenn Lanan short course Offshore arctic Pipeline engineering 09:00 17:00 room B/c Instructor: Glenn Lanan, INTECSEA course topics: Offshore Arctic pipeline loading conditions such as seabed ice gouging, permafrost thaw subsidence, frost heave, upheaval buckling and strudel scour Thermal and flow assurance design requirements for marine and overland pipelines in cold environments Effective pipeline design procedures to limit required protective trench depths through limit state design for pipe bending Cold climate materials requirements for line pipe, thermal insulation and coatings Platform and shore approach design options Pipeline construction procedures for pre-trenching, posttrenching, Arctic winter and summer installations Logistical support and cost challenges associated with pipelines in remote Arctic locations Pipeline leak detection technologies based on flow monitoring, external hardware systems and Pipe-in-Pipe Operational experience for offshore Arctic pipelines Sunday, June 9 Jeom Paik short course ultimate strength of ships and Offshore structures 09:00 17:00 room B/c Instructor: Jeom Paik, Pusan National University course topics: ULS design principles and criteria Factors affecting ultimate strength Ultimate strength of plates Ultimate strength of stiffened panels Ultimate strength of hull girders Ultimate strength based structural optimization Technical challenges and further research short course Design and analysis of floating structures 09:00 17:00 room g/h (Continues from Saturday) short course Design and analysis of floating structures 09:00 17:00 (Continues on Sunday from 09:00 17:00) room g/h Instructor: John Halkyard, John Halkyard John Halkyard & Associates course topics: Platform types and functions Hydrostatics and stability Hull structural design and analysis Global design Mooring design and analysis Hydrodynamics Fabrication, transportation and installation 24

27 PrOgraM: sunday Sunday, June 9 Opening ceremony and Keynote Plenary 18:00 19:00 auditorium 800 Prof. Ferrant Prof. Mikkelsen Dr. Oakley Opening ceremony Presenters: Pierre Ferrant, Conference Chair, OMAE 2013 Jon Mikkelsen, Technical Program Chair, OMAE 2013 Owen H. Oakley, Jr., OOAE Division Chair Keynote Plenary One can Oil & gas expertise be useful to the renewable energy Market? Stéphane His is Vice President of the Biofuels and Renewable Energies Product Line at Technip. As such, he is responsible for the development of the following fields: biofuels, solar (polysilicon production plants), marine energies (wind offshore, tidal, etc), carbon management (including CCS), and geothermal. He joined Technip in Before joining Technip, Mr. His worked for ten years at the Institut Français du Pétrole where, as of 2002, he was in charge of the Engines-Energy Pole, within the Economic & Strategic Planning Division, dealing with the evaluation of alternative fuels and greenhouse gas emissions reduction options. He is the author of several articles and a contributor to several books, and has developed a recognized valuation into the technico-economical and environmental appraisal of alternate paths to petroleum and green house gas emissions reduction solutions. Mr. His graduated from the Université de Technologie de Compiègne in Chemical Engineering and from the Paris Sud Orsay University. Welcome reception 19:00 22:00 the castle of the Dukes of Brittany See Social Events, Page 12 for more details. Stéphane His Stéphane His, Vice President Biofuels and Renewable Energies Product Line, Technip The need to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions and to find new sources of energy has created in recent years a strong momentum towards investment in renewable energies. This presentation will discuss how companies in the Oil & Gas industry can find opportunities in the development of the renewable energy sector, using Technip as an example. In line with Technip s core values, the company decided in 2008 to engage in the renewable energy movement, and put this into action by developing its Renewable Energies Offer strategy. The driving force behind this strategic move was to valorize in this new market the extensive experience that Technip has acquired through the successful execution of major projects for the Oil & Gas industry. This presentation will introduce two recent projects executed by Technip: 1) the Statoil Hywind project, the world s first floating wind offshore unit installed in 2009; and 2) the world s largest biofuel units, built for Neste Oil in Singapore and in Rotterdam. This strategy is gaining momentum within Technip, especially in the wind offshore market for which Technip decided in 2011 to create a dedicated business unit. PrOgraM: sunday 25

28 PrOgraM: MOnDaY, 8:30 10:00 Monday, June 10 MOnDaY, June 10 KeYnOte PLenarY 08:30 10:00 auditorium 800 Anne Courbot Keynote Plenary two shaping the future of Deep Offshore Development Anne Courbot, R&D Project Manager, Deep Offshore Development, TOTAL Exploration & Production More recently, from 2007 to 2010 she was assigned to TOTAL E&P France as Field Operation Manager for all TOTAL oil and gas production fields in France and for the Lacq gas treatment plant. In 2010, she joined the R&D area as Project Manager for the Deep Offshore Development Project. The Deep Offshore Development Project covers different R&D programs in the domains of operational safety, environment preservation, field development architectures, subsea processing, subsea technologies, all electric technologies, geosciences & geotechnique, drilling & well completion, inspection & maintenance & repair, risers & flexibles & ombilicals, and floaters. Only thirty years ago, the very idea of prospecting for and producing oil lying beneath more than 400 meters of water seemed inconceivable. Since then, numerous subsea developments have been deployed at water depths greater than 1,000 metres. These feats have been made possible by some twenty years of research punctuated by game-changing technology breakthroughs. To satisfy rising global demand for oil and gas, the petroleum industry has embarked on the conquest of the deep offshore. In the space of just a few years, this extreme environment has emerged as a key source of new reserves for the future. Small individual reservoirs far from shore or existing production facilities, reservoirs located in inhospitable environments such as the Arctic or the North Sea and new prospects located up to 4000 meters of water depth pose the greatest challenges to the future of deep offshore development. These contexts require new field development architectures including subsea processing to transport well effluents over distances greater than 100 kilometers as well as autonomous subsea inspection technologies. At the same time optimizing project economics, raising recovery factors and preparing for the aging of its facilities are also a challenge. And last but not least, control of operational risks and limiting the environmental footprint remain top priorities. Anne Courbot joined TOTAL Exploration & Production in 1981 after graduating in Chemical Engineering from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie Montpellier (France). Her field experience includes process design, flow assurance, onshore and offshore production and enhanced oil recovery. She had several assignments in Engineering, Start-up and Field Operations in France, the North Sea, Indonesia and Angola. From 2002 to 2007, she held the position of Field Operations Manager during the project and start-up phases for the Dalia field development (Angola), the world s largest deep offshore development at that time with 71 subsea wells connected to a FPSO with an oil processing capacity of 240,000 bopd and a storage capacity of 2 million barrels. Prof. Sclavounos Keynote Plenary three floating Wind turbines Paul D. Sclavounos, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology The offshore wind energy sector stands to experience rapid growth over the next few decades. Wind is a vast, inexhaustible and clean energy source. Wind is stronger and more persistent offshore and the visual and noise impact of multi-megawatt wind turbines can be mitigated by locating them at a sufficient distance from the coastline. Floating wind turbines is the key technology that will enable the development of utility scale offshore wind farms for the generation of electricity that is costcompetitive with that generated by conventional power plants. This Keynote will review the analysis and design principles underlying the development of multi-megawatt floating wind turbines. The attributes of various floaters and mooring systems will be discussed and the methods used for the prediction of their responses in severe offshore wind and wave environments will be presented drawing upon developments by the offshore oil and gas industry. The coupled dynamic responses of the floater and the wind turbine will be discussed including the mitigation of loads and the wave induced increase of the energy yield using the turbine controls. The implementation of these methods will be illustrated for a Tension Leg Platform supporting a multi-megawatt wind turbine. Paul D. Sclavounos is Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research interests focus upon the marine hydrodynamics of ships, offshore platforms and floating wind turbines. The state-of-the-art computer programs SWAN 26

29 MOnDaY, 10:00 12:00 and SML developed from his research have been widely adopted by the ship, offshore oil and gas, and wind energy communities. His research activities also include studies of the economics, valuation and risk management of assets in the crude oil, natural gas, commodities, shipping and wind energy sectors. Professor Sclavounos is the author of over 120 scientific articles, a contributor of a chapter titled Computation of Wave Ship Interactions and the editor of a volume titled Readings in Marine Hydrodynamics, in honor of Professor J. Nicholas Newman. He was the Georg Weinblum Memorial Lecturer in He has been a member of the Board of the North American Committee of Det Norske Veritas since 1997, a member of the Advisory Committee of the US Navy Tempest program since 2006 and a member of the Advisory Board of the Norwegian Center for Offshore Wind Energy Technology since He has consulted widely for the US Government as well as the maritime, offshore, yachting and energy industries. refreshment BreaK 10:00 10:30 great hall concurrent sessions 10:30 12:00 Offshore technology 1-6 Subsea Deployment and Development Monday June 10 R0 - Room Three 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Allan Magee, Technip, Malaysia Session Co-Chair: NorBahrain Ahmad Zukni, Technip, Malaysia Benefit of Measurements and Structural Reliability Analysis for Wellhead Fatigue OMAE Torfinn Hørte 1 Massimiliano Russo 2 Michael Macke 1 Lorents Reinås 3 1. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway; 2. Statoil, Fornebu, Norway; 3. Statoil ASA, Stavanger, Norway Advanced Numerical and Analytical Tools for J-Tube Pull-In Through Multiple Bends OMAE James Wang 1 Ranil Banneyake 2 Chengye Fan 2 1. MCS Kenny.com, Katy, TX, USA; 2. MCS Kenny, Houston, TX, USA Modeling Suction Pile Lowering Through the Splash Zone OMAE Robert Gordon, Guttorm Grytøyr, Mayuresh Dhaigude Det Norske Veritas, Katy, TX, USA Enhanced Active Heave Compensation Control Design for New Riser Hybrid Tensioning System in Deepwater Drilling OMAE Yin Wu 1 Edward Bourgeau 1 Ross Baldick 2 1. Transocean Deepwater Drilling Inc., Houston, TX, USA; 2. University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA Offshore technology 1-1 Floating Platforms, Spars, Semis Monday June 10 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Anil Sablok, Technip, USA Session Co-Chair: Edmund Muehlner, FloaTEC, LLC, USA Improvements in Heavy Topsides Installation onto Spar Hull by Catamaran Floatover Method OMAE Michael Luo 1 David Edelson 2 Jianan (Jay) Wan 1 Jiulong Sun 3 Sina Hassanaliaragh 1 1. Technip USA, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Technip, Houston, TX, USA; 3. Aker Solution, Houston, TX, USA High Performance Semisubmersible Design for Dry Tree Applications in Harsh Environment OMAE Alaa Mansour 1 Dhiraj Kumar 2 1. Intecsea, WorleyParsons Group, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Intecsea, Houston, TX, USA Sheared Current Generation in Flume Tank for Experimental Research OMAE Mohammed Islam 1 Don Spencer 1 YC Park 2 Hisham Moideen 3 Dan Walker 1 Paul Herrington 1 1. Oceanic Consulting Corporation, St. John s, NL, Canada; 2. Williams Companies Inc., Tulsa, OK, USA; 3. Houston Offshore Engineering, LLC, Houston, TX, USA Hydrodynamic Moonpool Behavior in a Mono Column Hub Platform with an Internal Dock OMAE Allan C. Oliveira 1 Edgard B Malta 2 Eduardo M Vilamea 3 Sílvia R. Figueiredo 3 1. Petrobras R&D Center, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Numerical Wave Basin / University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 3. Petrobras E&P Department, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Offshore technology 1-7 Installation - Commissioning Monday June 10 Great Gallery - Room Two 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Frank Lange, Shell Global Solutions International B.V., Netherlands Session Co-Chair: Charlotte van de Kerk, The Offshore Partners B.V., Netherlands Analysis and Offshore Support for the Float-Over of a 24,250mT Topsides on the North West Shelf OMAE Abdel-Ali El Mouhandiz, Job S. Bokhorst Heerema Marine Contractors, Leiden, Netherlands Design of Leg Mating Unit for Float-over Installation of Decks OMAE Krishna Chaitanya, Sajith B. Nair McDermott Middle East Inc., Dubai, United Arab Emirates Docking and Undocking Considerations for Floatover Analyses and Operations OMAE Jillian Duquesnay, Jason Baldwin, Wes Rains McDermott Engineering, LLC, Houston, TX, USA Module and Vessel Interaction Analysis for Module Ocean Transportation OMAE Zhonghui Liu, Yinguo Cheng, Xin Hai, Andy Ji, Chun Liang Bechtel OG&C, Houston, TX, USA MOnDaY, June

30 MOnDaY, 10:30 12:00 MOnDaY, June 10 structures, safety and reliability 2-14 West Africa Swell (WASP) Monday June 10 Room G/H 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Kevin Ewans, Sarawak Shell Berhad, Malaysia Session Co-Chair: George Forristall, Forristall Ocean Engineering, USA The West Africa Swell Project (WASP) OMAE George Forristall 1 Kevin Ewans 2 Michel Olagnon 3 Marc Prevosto 3 1. Forristall Ocean Engineering, Camden, NJ, USA; 2. Sarawak Shell Berhad, Miri, Malaysia; 3. IFREMER, Plouzane, France Swell Genesis, Modelling and Measurements in West Africa OMAE Marc Prevosto 1 Kevin Ewans 2 George Forristall 3 Michel Olagnon 1 1. IFREMER, Plouzané, France; 2. Sarawak Shell Berhad, Miri, Malaysia; 3. Forristall Ocean Engineering, Camden, NJ, USA West Africa Swell Spectral Shapes OMAE Michel Olagnon 1 Kevin Ewans 2 George Forristall 3 Marc Prevosto 1 1. IFREMER, Plouzane, France; 2. Sarawak Shell Berhad, Miri, Malaysia; 3. Forristall Ocean Engineering, Camden, NJ, USA Response Sensitivity to Swell Spectra Off West Africa OMAE Kevin Ewans 1 George Forristall 2 Marc Prevosto 3 Michel Olagnon 3 1. Sarawak Shell Berhad, Miri, Malaysia; 2. Forristall Ocean Engineering, Camden, NJ, USA; 3. IFREMER, Plouzané, France structures, safety and reliability 2-33 Fracture and Fatigue Reliability I Monday June 10 R2 - Room Five 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Jonas W. Ringsberg, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden Session Co-Chair: Marc Maes, University of Calgary, Canada Fracture Resistance of Ship Longitudinal Members Including Fatigue Crack OMAE Yann Quéméner, Chien-Hua Huang, Chi-Fang Lee China Corporation Register of Shipping, Taipei, Taiwan Investigation on the Abnormal Crack Front in Fatigue Crack Growth Rate Test for Thick High Tensil Steel Plate OMAE Yan Dong, Jingxia Yue (Le), Qian Yi, Heng Zhou, Hao Huang Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China Development of a New Fatigue Testing Machine for High Frequency Fatigue Damage Assessment OMAE Naoki Osawa 1 Tetsuya Nakamura 2 Norio Yamamoto 3 Junji Sawamura 1 1. Dept. Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, Suita, Japan; 2. Technical Research Center, Japan Marine United Corporation, Tsu, Japan; 3. Research Institute, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai, Chiba, Japan Probabilistic FAD and Ductile Tearing Assessment OMAE Marc Maes 1 Ruben Van Coile 2 Robby Caspeele 2 Ming Gao 3 Markus Dann 4 1. Blade Energy Partners, Frisco, TX, USA; 1. Ghent University, Gent, Belgium; 3. Blade Energy Partners, Houston, TX, USA; 4. Chevron Energy Technology Company, Aberdeen, United Kingdom Materials technology 3-1 Fracture Assessment and Control I Monday June 10 Centre des Expositions 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Shuwen Wen, Tata Steel R D & T, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Pedro Vargas, Chevron Energy Technology Company, USA Validation of the Acceptability of 10x20 mm Specimens for Fracture Toughness Determination of High-Strength Steels OMAE Carey L Walters 1 Lars O Voormeeren 1 Michael Janssen 2 Kim Wallin 3 1. TNO, Delft, Netherlands; 2. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands; 3. VTT, Espoo, Finland The Use of Surface Appearance in Combination with Charpy Impact Energy to Determine J-Integral Values OMAE Carey L Walters 1 Kim Wallin 2 1. TNO, Delft, Netherlands; 2. VTT, Espoo, Finland Estimation of Constraint Factor on the Rerationship Between J Integral and CTOD for Offshore Structural Steel Weldments OMAE Dong Hyun Moon 1 Myung Hyun Kim 1 Jae Myung Lee 1 Jeongsoo Lee 2 1. Pusan National University, Busan, Korea; 2. Total Marine Service, Busan, Korea The Effect of Inclusions on the Fracture Toughness of Local Brittle Zones in the HAZ of Girth Welded Line Pipe OMAE Philippa Moore, Joanna Nicholas TWI Ltd, Cambridge, United Kingdom Pipeline and riser technology 4-6 Pipe-Soil Interaction I Monday June 10 R0 - Room Four 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Daniel Carneiro, Wood Group Kenny, Australia Session Co-Chair: Majid Hesar, Subsea7 Further Development and Benchmarking of a Novel Pipe-Soil Interaction Model for Subsea Pipeline Design OMAE Terry Griffiths, Wenwen Shen Wood Group Kenny, Perth, WA, Australia 2D and 3D CFD Investigations of Seabed Shear Stresses Around Subsea Pipelines OMAE Wenwen Shen 1 Terry Griffiths 1 Jeremy Leggoe 2 Mengmeng Xu 1 1. Wood Group Kenny, Perth, WA, Australia; 2. University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, Australia Approach to Lateral Buckling and On-Bottom Stability Interaction Assessment OMAE Benjamin Anderson, Edwin Shim, Hammam Zeitoun, Eu Jeen Chin Wood Group Kenny, Perth, WA, Australia Reliability of Buckle Formation Accounting for Bathymetry OMAE Philippe Brunet, John Oliphant Technip, Westhill, United Kingdom 28

31 MOnDaY, 10:30 12:00 Pipeline and riser technology 4-10 Alternative Designs Monday June 10 Room VIP 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Rafael Solano, PETROBRAS, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Shankar Bhat, INTECSEA Flow Assurance with Water Heated Pipe-In-Pipe in Fields with High Gas Oil Ratio and High Wax Appearance Temperature OMAE Leandro P. Basilio 1 Fabiano G. Drumond 2 Pedro L. F. Mendes 2 Alessandro França 2 Marcílio P. Prado 2 Jonatas Ribeiro 2 1. Wood Group Kenny, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Tethered Catenary Riser a New Deepwater Concept OMAE Jean-Luc Legras, Baptiste Pillet Subsea7, Suresnes, France COBRA Riser Concept for Ultra Deepwater Condition OMAE Tomy Nurwanto 1 Daniel Karunakaran 1 Ricardo Franciss 2 1. Subsea 7, Stavanger, Norway; 2. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Large Diameter Pipeline PLEM Design for Remote, Arctic Application OMAE Jeroen Timmermans 1 Ian Luff 2 Nick Long 3 1. Intecsea, Delft, Netherlands; 2. Intecsea, Knaphill, United Kingdom; 3. Vector International, Port Talbot, United Kingdom Ocean engineering 6-1 Advanced Ship Hydromechanics and Marine Technology I Monday June 10 Room I 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Rene Huijsmans, Technical University of Delft, Netherlands Session Co-Chair: Sascha Kosleck, Technical University of Berlin, Germany Prediction of Sloshing Effects Using a Coupled Non-Linear Seakeeping and CFD Code OMAE Worakanok Thanyamanta 1 Don Bass 2 David Molyneux 1 1. Oceanic Consulting Corporation, St. John s, NL, Canada; 2. Don Bass Marine Consulting, St. John s, NL, Canada Dynamic Positioning Simulation of a Simplified FPSO in Waves OMAE Dexin Zhan 1 Don Bass 2 James Millan 3 Stephen Very 4 1. Oceanic Consulting Corporation, St. John s, NL, Canada; 2. Don Bass Marine Consulting, St. John s, NL, Canada; 3. National Research Council of Canada, St. John s, NL, Canada; 4. Solaris Management Consultants, Surrey, BC, Canada Investigation of the 2nd Generation of Intact Stability Criteria for Ships Vulnerable to Parametric Rolling in Following Seas OMAE Stefan Krueger 1 Hannes Hatecke 1 Anna Bruns 2 Florian Kluwe 2 Heike Billerbeck 2 1. Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg, Germany; 2. Flensburger Schiffbau- Gesellschaft, Flensburg, Germany Time Varying Forces on FPSO Bilge Keels OMAE Riaan van t Veer SBM Offshore, Schiedam, Netherlands Ocean engineering 6-3 Model Tests I Monday June 10 R2 - Room Six 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Lixin Zhao, Northeast Petroleum University, China Session Co-Chair: Lothar Birk, University of New Orleans, USA Limitations on the Creation of Continuously Surfable Waves Generated by a Pressure Source Moving in a Circular Path OMAE Steven A. Schmied 1, 2, 3 Martin R. Renilson 4 Gregor Macfarlane 1 Giles Thomas 1 Rene Huijsmans 2 Jonathan Binns 5 1. Australian Maritime College, Newnham, TAS, Australia; 2. Technical University of Delft, Delft, Netherlands; 3. Webber Wave Pools, Hampton, VIC, Australia; 4. University of Tasmania Australian Maritime College, Newnham, TAS, Australia; 5. Australian Maritime College, Launceston, TAS, Australia The Wind Tunnel Experiment Study of Wind Load on Jack-Up Drilling Unit OMAE An-kang Hu, Yi Lin, Wei Jiang Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China Real-Time Hybrid Testing for Marine Structures: Challenges and Strategies OMAE Valentin Chabaud, Sverre Steen, Roger Skjetne NTNU, Trondheim, Norway Experimental Investigations on the Hydrodynamic Characteristics of Heave Plate OMAE Xinliang Tian, Jianmin Yang, Xin Li, Tao Peng Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China cfd and ViV 8-1 FS: Vessel Motions and SPH Monday June 10 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Peimin Cao, SBM Offshore, USA Session Co-Chair: Zhibiao Rao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics: Benchmarking on Selected Test Cases Within the NextMuSE Initiative OMAE David le Touzé 1 Daniel Barcarolo 1 Nicolas Grenier 1 Guillaume Oger 1 Matthieu Kerhuel 1 Nathan Quinlan 2 Libor Lobovsky 2 Mihai Basa 2 Jean-Christophe Marongiu 3 Francis Leboeuf 4 Joelle Caro 5 Andrea Colagrossi 6 Salvatore Marrone 6 Matthieu de Leffe 7 Pierre-Michel Guilcher 7 1. Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France; 2. National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland; 3. Andritz Hydro, Vevey, Switzerland; 4. Ecole Centrale De Lyon, Ecully, France; 5. Ecole Centrale De Lyon, Lyon, France; 6. CNR-INSEAN, Rome, Italy; 7. Hydrocean, Nantes, France Efficient Computation and Modeling of Viscous Flow Effects in ComFLOW OMAE Henri J.L. van der Heiden, Peter van der Plas, Arthur E.P. Veldman, Roel Luppes, Roel W.C.P. Verstappen University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands Analysis of Ringing Response of a Gravity Base Structure in Extreme Sea States OMAE Jang Whan Kim 1 Jaime Hui Choo Tan 2 Allan Magee 2 Guangyu Wu 3 Steve Paulson 4 Bill Davies 5 1. Technip, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Technip, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 3. Chevron Energy Technology Company, Houston, TX, USA; 4. Chevron Energy Technology Company, San Ramon, CA, USA; 5. Chevron Australia Pty Ltd., Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia MOnDaY, June

32 MOnDaY, 10:30 15:00 SPH Multiphase Simulation of Bubbly 3D Flows: Towards Oil and Water Separation OMAE Nicolas Grenier 1 David le Touzé 1 Andrea Colagrossi 2 Matteo Antuono 2 Giuseppina Colicchio 2 1. Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France; 2. CNR-INSEAN, Roma, Italy Fully-Nonlinear Wave-Current-Body Interaction Analysis by a Harmonic Polynomial Cell (HPC) Method OMAE Yan-Lin Shao 1 Odd M. Faltinsen 2 1. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway; 2. CeSOS, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway MOnDaY, June 10 Ocean renewable energy 9-1 Ocean Renewable Energy (Opening Session) Monday June 10 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Charles Smith, Research & Development Corporation, Canada Session Co-Chair: John Halkyard, John E Halkyard & Associates, USA MARINET the Research Infrastructure Network Gaining International Support and Accelerating the Development of Marine Renewable Energy OMAE Mark Healy 1 Raymond Alcorn 1 Tony Lewis 2 1. Hydraulics and Maritime Research Centre, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland; 2. University College Cork, Cork, Ireland Coordinators Overview and Lessons learned from the Galway Bay Seatrials of the FP7 EU funded CORES wave Energy project OMAE Raymond Alcorn 1 Mark Healy 2 Tony Lewis 2 1. Hydraulics and Maritime Research Centre, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland; 2. University College Cork, Cork, Ireland Predicting the Tidal Resources with Increasing Certainty and Optimizing the Extraction OMAE Ole S. Petersen 1 Peter Rasch 2 Sonja Pans 3 1. DHI Water & Environment, Hoersholm, Denmark; 2. DHI Water & Environment, Singapore, Singapore; 3. DHI Water & Environment, Aberdeen, United Kingdom Marine Hydrokinetic Turbine Power-Take-Off Design for Optimal Performance and Low Impact on Cost-of-Energy OMAE Mike J. Beam 1 Brian L. Kline 1 Brian R. Elbing 1 William A. Straka 1 Arnold A. Fontaine 1 Michael Lawson 2 Ye Li 2 Robert Thresher 2 Mirko Previsic 3 1. Applied Res Lab / Penn State University, State College, PA, USA; 2. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, USA; 3. Re Vision Consulting, LLC, Sacramento, CA, USA Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics 12-1 Nonlinear Diffraction Monday June 10 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Pierre Ferrant, LHEEA, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France Dedication and Introduction OMAE Pierre Ferrant LHEEA, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France Calculation of Inertia and Drag Forces by LES, with Application to Wave Load Analysis on Offshore Wind Turbines OMAE John Grue, Magnus Vartdal University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway Third-Order Effects on First-Order and Mean Second-Order Loads OMAE Bernard Molin 1 Ioannis K. Chatjigeorgiou 2 1. Ecole Centrale de Marseille, Marseille, France; 2. National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece MOnDaY LuncheOn 12:00 13:30 great hall concurrent sessions 13:30 15:00 Offshore technology 1-3 Floating Platforms: Design Considerations Monday June 10 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Bonjun Koo, Technip USA, Inc., USA Session Co-Chair: Myung Hyun Kim, Pusan National University, Korea Wet Vibration of Axially Loaded Elastically Supported Plates to Moving Loads: Aircraft Landing on Floating Airports OMAE Nabanita Datta, Joseph Thekinen Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, WB, India An Offshore Platform Selection Approach for the Black Sea Region OMAE Ayhan Mentes, Ismail Hakki Helvacioglu Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey Influence of Ocean Transport on the Design of Onshore and Offshore Constructions, Modules, Topsides, Jackets and Towage on FPSO Design OMAE A.J. Bos, T.M. Ligterink Hydrographic and Marine Consultants, Almere, Netherlands Towards a Different View on Ship Design (The Development of Ships Observed Through a Social-Technological Perspective) OMAE T.M. van Bruinessen 1, 2 J.J. Hopman 2 F.E.H.M. Smulders 1 1. Ulstein Sea of Solutions, Vlaardingen, Netherlands; 2. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands Offshore technology 1-8 Loading - Offloading Monday June 10 Great Gallery - Room Two 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Oriol Rijken, SBM Offshore, USA Session Co-Chair: Neil Williams, Wison Offshore & Marine (USA) Inc., USA Articulated Loading Platform Response Under Regular Waves with the use of Stokes Nonlinear Wave Theory OMAE Moazzam Aslam 1 Nazrul Islam 1 Moonis Zaheer 2 1. Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, Aligarh, UP, India; 2. Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, UP, India Hydrodynamic Issues of FLNG Systems OMAE Xiao-Bo Chen, Louis Diebold, Guillaume de Hauteclocque Bureau Veritas, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France 30

33 MOnDaY, 13:30 15:00 Comprehensive Downtime Analysis of DP-Assisted Offloading Operation of Spread Moored Platforms in Brazilian Waters OMAE Diego C. Corrêa 1 Allan C. Oliveira 2 Eduardo A. Tannuri 3 Sergio H. Sphaier 4 1. Petrobras E&P, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Petrobras R&D Center, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 4. COPPE/ Laboceano Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil The World s First Erection & Float off of the Floating Production Unit (FPU) on the Rectangular Type Dock Offshore Floating Dock (OFD) OMAE Dongkyoon Kim, Heejun Lee, Minsung Chun, Sangbae Jeon, Jiwoon Kim, Jeunghoon Baek Samsung Heavy Industries Co., Ltd, Geoje-Si, Korea structures, safety and reliability 2-15 Probabilistic and Spectral Wave Models Monday June 10 Room G/H 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Ning Ma, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China Session Co-Chair: Alexander Babanin, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia Time Series Analysis of Significant Wave Height Data for Identification of Trends in the Ocean Wave Climate OMAE Erik Vanem 1 Sam-Erik Walker 2 1. University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway; 2. Norwegian Institute for Air Research, Kjeller, Norway Wind Measurements Near the Surface of Waves OMAE Alexander Babanin 1 Jason McConochie 2 1. Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, VIC, Australia; 2. Woodside Energy Ltd, Perth, WA, Australia Sparse Spectrum Seas and Waves Statistics OMAE Mikhail Charnotskii Zel Technologies and NOAA/ESRL, Boulder, CO, USA Extreme Directional and Planar Profiles for Kuroshio Current using Inverse FORM and Proper Orthogonal Decomposition OMAE Puneet Agarwal 1 Scot McNeill 1 Tomokazu Saruhashi 2 Ikuo Sawada 2 Masanori Kyo 1 Eigo Miyazaki 2 Yasuyuki Yamazaki 2 Kan Aoike 3 1. Stress Engineering Services Inc, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan; 3. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Yokohama, Japan structures, safety and reliability 2-24 Collision and Crashworthiness I Monday June 10 Room B/C 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Sören Ehlers, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Session Co-Chair: Manolis Samuelides, NTUA, Greece Probabilistic Selection of Ship-ship Collision Scenarios OMAE Samy A. M. Youssef 1 Jeom Kee Paik 2 Yang Seop Kim 3 Min Soo Kim 4 Fai Cheng 5 1. Ship and Offshore Research Institute, Pusan National University, Busan, Korea; 2. Pusan National University, Busan, Korea; 3. Ship and Offshore Structural Mechanics Laboratory, Pusan National University, Busan, Korea; 4. Lloyd s Register Asia, Busan, Korea; 5. Lloyd s Register, London, United Kingdom Influence of Striker Shape on the Crack Initiation and Propagation on Laterally Impacted Thin Aluminium Plates OMAE Bin Liu, Richard Villavicencio, Carlos Guedes Soares Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal Crush Behavior of Multilayered Pipes: Study of Pipe Integrity and Kinematic Assumptions OMAE Alfredo Gay Neto 1 Guilherme Franzini 1 Clovis Martins 1 Celso Pesce 1 Eduardo Malta 2 1. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. Escola Politecnica da Universidade de Sao Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil structures, safety and reliability 2-34 Fracture and Fatigue Reliability II Monday June 10 R2 - Room Five 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Marc Maes, University of Calgary, Canada Session Co-Chair: Jonas W. Ringsberg, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden A Comparison of Two Wave Models and Their Influence on Fatigue Damage in Ship Structures OMAE Wengang Mao 1 Fredhi Agung Prasetyo 2 Jonas W. Ringsberg 1 Naoki Osawa 3 1. Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden; 2. Osaka University, Osaka, Japan; 3. Dept. Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, Suita, Japan Fatigue Reliability Evaluation of Marine Risers Under Vortex Induced Vibration OMAE Rizwan Khan 1 Suhail Ahmad 2 1. NIT, Jalandhar, India; 2. IIT, Delhi, India Comparative Study on Fatigue Life of Drillship Operating for GoM and Brazil Sectors Based on Spectral Fatigue Analysis OMAE Tae-Hoon Kim 1 Oe-ju Hwang 1 Yeong-Tae Oh 2 1. Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co.,LTD., Gyeongsangnam-do, Korea; 2. Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co.,LTD., Seoul, Korea The Rain-Flow Estimate of Fatigue Damage of Combined High and Low Frequency Load Effects OMAE Wenbo Huang Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China Materials technology 3-8 Fracture Assessment and Control II Monday June 10 Centre des Expositions 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Xin Wang, Carleton University, Canada Session Co-Chair: Xiaozhi Wang, American Bureau Of Shipping (ABS), USA The Numerical Investigation of Plastic Collapse Loads in Cylinders Containing Circumferential Flaws Under a Combined Loading of Internal Pressure, Tension and Bending Moment OMAE Liwu Wei TWI Ltd., Cambridge, United Kingdom Avoiding Local Brittle Zones in Offshore Pipeline Girth Welds for Reeling Installation Involving Large Plastic Strain OMAE Jens Petter Tronskar 1 Vebjorn Andresen 2 1. Det Norske Veritas Pte Ltd, Singapore, Singapore; 2. Det Norske Veritas Pte. Ltd./Norges Teknisk-naturv. University, Oslo, Norway MOnDaY, June

34 MOnDaY, 13:30 15:00 MOnDaY, June 10 Thermal Analysis and Strength Evaluation of Cargo Tanks in Offshore FLNGs and LNG Carriers OMAE Bo Wang, Yong Chen, Yung-Sup Shin, Xiaozhi Wang American Bureau of Shipping, Houston, TX, USA Efficient J-Based Failure Assessment Diagrams for Engineering Critical Assessments of Circumferentially Cracked Pipes Subjected to Axial Force, Pressure, and Bending OMAE Graham Chell, Yi-Der Lee, Stephen Hudak, Jr. Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, TX, USA Pipeline and riser technology 4-21 Pipe-Soil Interaction III Monday June 10 R0 - Room Four 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Rafael Solano, PETROBRAS, Brazil Session Chair: Celso Mooroka, University of Campinas - UNICAMP An Overview of Theories Describing Head Losses in Slurry Transport: A Tribute to Some of the Early Researchers OMAE Sape Miedema Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands Revisiting the Mechanics of Onset of Scour Below Subsea Pipelines in Steady Currents OMAE Qin Zhang 1 Liang Cheng 1 Scott Draper 1 Hongwei An 2 Hongda Shi 3 1. University of Western Australia, Perth, WA, Australia; 2. University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, Australia; 3. Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China Free Field Sediment Mobility on Australia s North-West Shelf OMAE Henning Mohr 1 Scott Draper 2 David White 2 1. Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems, Crawley Perth, WA, Australia; 2. University of Western Australia, Crawley Perth, WA, Australia On the Predication of Pipeline As-laid Embedment Using Cycle-by-cycle Approach for Deepwater application OMAE Jie Sun 1 Gwo-Ang Chang 2 Xiang Liu 1 1. American Bureau of Shipping, Singapore, Singapore; 2. American Bureau of Shipping, Houston, TX, USA Ocean space utilization 5-1 Deepsea Mining Systems and Concepts Monday June 10 Room J 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Hugh Wolgamot, University of Oxford, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Tetsuo Yamazaki, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan A Proposed Concept Design Solution towards Full- Scale Manganese Nodule Recovery OMAE Harrif Santo 1 Pan Hu 2 Baivau Agarwal 3 Marco Placidi 4 Jin Zhou 5 1. Centre for Offshore Research & Engineering (CORE), National University of Singapore, Singapore, Singapore; 2. Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems (COFS), The University of Western Australia, Perth, WA, Australia; 3. Bharati Shipyard Limited, Mumbai, India; 4. University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom; 5. Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore Evaluation of Moving Capability of Crawler Driven ROV Considering Cable Tension OMAE Tokihiro Katsui 1 Tomoya Inoue 2 Masanari Akashi 1 1. Kobe University, Kobe, Japan; 2. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Yokohama, Japan Study on Grinding Technology for Seafloor Mineral Processing OMAE Yasuharu Nakajima 1 Joji Yamamoto 1 Shigeo Kanada 1 Ichihiko Takahashi 1 Sotaro Masanobu 1 Katsunori Okaya 2 Seiji Matsuo 2 Tomohiko Fukushima 2 Toyohisa Fujita 1 1. National Maritime Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan; 2. University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan Considerations for Seabed Rare Earth Mining in the Pacific OMAE Hugh Wolgamot 1 Wei Zhang 2 Evangelia Kiosidou 3 Sung-Hee Kim 4 M.B. Bashir 5 1. University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom; 2. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China; 3. National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece; 4. Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea; 5. Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom Ocean engineering 6-10 Model Tests II Monday June 10 R2 - Room Six 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Sascha Kosleck, Technical University of Berlin, Germany Session Co-Chair: Hans Cozijn, MARIN, Netherlands Experimental Investigation of VIM Characteristics on Column Type Floater in Supper Critical Reynolds Number OMAE Toshifumi Fujiwara, Masakatsu Saito, Katsuya Maeda, Hiroshi Sato, Kei Ishida National Maritime Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan Dynamic Response Prediction of Moored Floating Structures via Time-Varying Transfer Function OMAE Edwar Yazid 1 M. Shahir Liew 1 Setyamartana Parman 2 Kurian V. John 1 Ng Cheng Yee 1 1. Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Perak, Malaysia; 2. Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Tronoh, Malaysia Experimental Investigation of Dynamic Response of Tension Leg Platform with Perforated Members OMAE Vishruth Srinath 1 Srinivasan Chandrasekaran 2 1. Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA; 2. Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, TN, India Experimental Results in Collisions Avoidance of Autonomous Ship Manoeuvres OMAE Lokukaluge P. Perera 1 Victor Ferrari 1 Fernando P. Santos 2 Miguel A. Hinostroza 1 Carlos Guedes Soares 1 1. Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal; 2. Centre for Marine Technology and Engineering, Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal Ocean engineering 6-19 Advanced Ship Hydromechanics and Marine Technology II Monday June 10 Room I 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Riaan van t Veer, SBM Offshore, Netherlands Analysis of Pusher-Barge System with Different Maneuvering and Propulsion Devices OMAE Douglas T. G. Yuba 1 Eduardo A. Tannuri 2 1. Petrobras R&D Center, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil A Conceptual Framework for Assessing The Potential of Ocean Mining Sites OMAE Hany Elosta 1 Shiliang Shan 2 Nicole Kudla 3 Kyung-Kyu Yang 4 1. Technip Norge AS, Oslo, Norway; 2. Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada; 3. Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom; 4. Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea 32

35 MOnDaY, 13:30 15:00 Calculation of Ship Hydrodynamic Propulsion in Rough Seas by Non-Linear BEM with Application to Reduction of Energy Losses in Waves OMAE Kostas Belibassakis 1 Theodoros Gerostathis 2 Gerasimos Politis 1 1. National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece; 2. Dept. of Naval Architecture, Athens, Greece Load History for SSFU Under Multimodal Wave Spectra OMAE Matteo Mattioli, Michele Drago, Federico Quondamatteo, Roberto Bruschi Saipem Spa, Fano, Italy cfd and ViV 8-2 FS: Free Surface Flows I Monday June 10 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Bruno Sainte-Rose, LEMMA, USA Session Co-Chair: Jifeng Wang, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA Green Water Loads on a Cruise Ship OMAE Jens Ley 1 Jan Oberhagemann 2 Christoph Amian 3 Markus Langer 3 Vladimir Shigunov 2 Helge Rathje 2 Thomas Schellin 4 1. University Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany; 2. Germanischer Lloyd SE, Hamburg, Germany; 3. Meyer Werft GmbH, Papenburg, Germany; 4. Germanischer Lloyd AG, Hamburg, Germany Calculation of Wave Forces on Cylindrical Piles using a 3D Numerical Wave Tank OMAE Arun Kamath, Hans Bihs, Øivind A. Arntsen Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway 3D SPH Numerical Investigation for the Sloshing Impact in LNG Tank OMAE Zhigang Bai, Jun Zhao, Wei Zhang, Weiling Wang Tianjin University, Tianjin, China Particle Based Numerical Analysis of Green Water on FPSO Deck OMAE Cezar Augusto Bellezi 1 Liang-Yee Cheng 2 Kazuo Nishimoto 3 1. São Paulo University, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. Construction Engineering Department of São Paulo University, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 3. Naval and Ocean Engineering Department of São Paulo University, São Paulo, SP, Brazil cfd and ViV 8-4 Risers and Pipelines: Piping, FSI Monday June 10 R0 - Room Three 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Juan Pontaza, Shell International Exploration and Production Inc., USA Session Co-Chair: Brad Campbell, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company, USA Validation of CFD and Simplified Models With Experimental Data for Multiphase Flow in Bends OMAE Erik D. Nennie, Stefan Belfroid, Tom S.D. O Mahoney TNO, Delft, Netherlands A CFD Simulation Study of Near Wall Turbulent Flow Characteristics in Concentric Annulus OMAE Aziz Rahman, Fabio E R Corredor, Majid Bizhani, Ergun Kuru University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada Riser Base Jumper Slugging Analysis by CFD Simulations OMAE Matthieu Minguez, Maya Bakkouch Seal Engineering, Nimes, France An Experimental Investigation of Turbulent Drag Reduction in Concentric Annulus Using Particle Image Velocimetry Technique OMAE Fabio E R Corredor, Majid Bizhani, Ergun Kuru University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada Ocean renewable energy 9-2 Wind Energy - I Monday June 10 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Henrik Bredmose, DTU Wind Energy, Denmark Session Co-Chair: Paul D. Sclavounos, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Micrositing Optimization of the Block Island Wind Farm, RI, USA OMAE Christopher O Reilly, Annette Grilli, Gopu Potty University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, RI, USA Joint Environmental Data at Five European Offshore Sites for Design of Combined Wind and Wave Energy Devices OMAE Lin Li, Zhen Gao, Torgeir Moan CeSOS, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway Auxiliary Kite Propulsion Contribution to Ship Thrust OMAE Heng Ran 1 Carl-Erik Janson 2 Björn Allenström 1 1. SSPA Sweden AB, Göteborg, Sweden; 2. Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden Validation of an Atmospheric Model for Assessing the Offshore Wind Resource Along the Portuguese Coast OMAE Nádia Carina Pereira Salvação 1 Mariana Bernardino 1 Carlos Guedes Soares 2 1. Centre for Marine Technology and Engineering (CENTEC), Instituto Superior Técnico,, Lisboa, Portugal; 2. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal Ocean renewable energy 9-3 Wave Energy - I Monday June 10 Great Gallery - Room One 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Jochem Weber, Liberal Synergies, Ireland Session Co-Chair: Wanan Sheng, University College Cork, Ireland Investigation to Air Compressibility of Oscillating Water Column Wave Energy Converters OMAE Wanan Sheng 1 Florent Thiebaut 2 Marie Babuchon 3 Joseph Brooks 2 Raymond Alcorn 4 Tony Lewis 1 1. University College Cork, Cork, Ireland; 2. UCC, Cork, Ireland; 3. University of Nantes, Nantes, France; 4. Hydraulics and Maritime Research Centre, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland Modeling and Experiments on an Oscillating Water Column Using a Self-Adaptive Air Turbine and Shutter OMAE Patrick Lorenz 1 Frank DiBella 2 Richard Kimball 1 Richard Smith 1 Scott Ring 1 1. Maine Maritiime Academy, Castine, ME, USA; 2. Concepts NREC, Chelmsford, MA, USA MOnDaY, June

36 MOnDaY, 13:30 17:30 MOnDaY, June 10 Power Output Performance and Smoothing Ability of an Oscillating Water Column Array Wave Energy Converter OMAE Keith O Sullivan, Jimmy Murphy, Dara O Sullivan Hydraulics and Maritime Research Centre, Cork, Ireland Technology Performance Level (TPL) Metric for Wave Energy Converter Technology Assessment OMAE Jochem Weber Liberal Synergies, Carrigtwohill, Ireland Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics 12-2 Sloshing and Slamming I Monday June 10 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Claudio Lugni, CNR-INSEAN, Italy Session Co-Chair: Alexander Korobkin, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom Nonlinear Sloshing in a Spherical Tank OMAE Alexander Timokha, Odd M. Faltinsen CeSOS, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway The Base Ratio Perturbation on Transient Waves in a 3D Rectangular Tank Due to Oblique Horizontal Excitation OMAE Chih-Hua Wu 1 Bang-Fuh Chen 2 Tin-Kan Hung 3 1. Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore, Singapore; 2. Department of Marine Environment and Engineering, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan; 3. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA Adapting a Linear Potential Theory Solver for the Outer Hull to Account for Fluid Dynamics in Tanks OMAE Arild Ludvigsen, Zhi-Yuan Pan, Peng Dr. Gou, Torgeir K. Vada Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway Flow Velocity and Impact Pressure in Liquid Sloshing OMAE Youn Kyung Song 1 Kuang-An Chang 1 Yonguk Ryu 2 Sun Hong Kwon 3 1. Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA; 2. Hyundai Engineering and Construction, Yongin, Korea; 3. Pusan National University, Pusan, Korea Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics 12-6 Analytical Methods in Marine Hydrodynamics I Monday June 10 Room VIP 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: S.A. Mavrakos, National Technical University of Athens, Greece Session Co-Chair: Daniele Dessi, INSEAN-CNR, Italy Theoretical Modelling of Free Falling Wedges Entering the Water Surface: Part I Wedge Motions OMAE Jingbo Wang IKM Ocean Design AS, Trondheim, Norway Theoretical Modelling of Free Falling Wedges Entering the Water Surface: Part II Cavity Dynamics OMAE Jingbo Wang IKM Ocean Design AS, Trondheim, Norway Reconstruction of the Experimental Slamming Force Distribution Based on POD OMAE Daniele Dessi INSEAN-CNR, Rome, Italy Comparison and Synthesis of 2D+T and 3D Predictions of Non-linear Ship Bow Waves OMAE Gabriel Weymouth Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute, Southampton, United Kingdom refreshment BreaK 15:00 15:30 great hall concurrent sessions 15:30 17:30 Offshore technology 1-2 Floating Platforms, TLPS and Ship Shaped Vessels Monday June 10 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Steve Leverette, SBM Atlantia, USA Session Co-Chair: Jose Ferrari, BG Group, Brazil Installation Methodologies for a Tension Leg Platform under Ocean Swell Conditions OMAE Oriol Rijken SBM Offshore, Houston, TX, USA TLP Survivability Against Progressive Failure of Tendon and Foundation Systems in Offshore Western Australian Harsh Environment OMAE Alaa Mansour 1 Brian Gordon 2 Qi Ling 3 Qiang Shen 3 1. Intecsea, WorleyParsons Group, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Woodside Energy Limited, Perth, WA, Australia; 3. Modec International Inc, Houston, TX, USA Ice-Resistant Turret-Based Mobile Drilling Unit With the Wedge-Shaped Hull Approximating Ship Form (Wedge-Shaped Ship) OMAE Iryna Blagovidova, Leonid V. Kolchenko, Maksym V. Kovalyov, Victor F. Lenskyy, Lev B. Blagovidov Central Design Bureau Corall, Sevastopol, Ukraine Introduction to Offshore Platform Global Weight Management Database Program OMAE Lixin Xu, Qin Tu, Joe Zhou Technip, Houston, TX, USA Offshore technology 1-11 Mooring and Anchoring II Monday June 10 Great Gallery - Room Two 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Robert Gordon, Det Norske Veritas, USA The Effect of Material Nonlinearity on the Dynamics of Hull/Mooring Coupled System OMAE Qian Jiayu, Liping Sun, Song Linfeng Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China 34

37 MOnDaY, 15:30 17:30 Dual Stiffness Approach for Polyester Mooring Line Analysis in Time Domain Semisubmersible Case OMAE Arcandra Tahar, Djoni Sidarta Horton Wison Deepwater, Houston, TX, USA Bend Over Sheave Durability of Fibre Ropes for Deep Sea Handling Operations OMAE Peter Davies 1 Sylvie Francois 2 Gustav Kibsgaard 3 Damien Durville 4 Nicolas Lacotte 1 Russell Craig 5 David Cannell 5 Olivier Lodeho 6 Kara Konate 7 Stephen Mills 7 Michel Francois 8 Anne-Laure Defoy 8 Thanh Do Vu 1, 4 Justin Gilmore 9 Dennis Sherman IFREMER, Plouzané, France; 2. Subsea7, Paris, France; 3. Technip, Paris, France; 4. Ecole Centrale de Paris, Paris, France; 5. Technip, Westhill, United Kingdom; 6. Subsea7, Suresnes, France; 7. IMECA, Fontenay le Comte, France; 8. Bureau Veritas, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France; 9. Samson, Lafayette, LA, USA; 10. Samson, Statham, GA, USA Increasing Water Depth Window for Moored Subsea Structures and Operations with Low Weight Hybrid Ropes OMAE Xavier Amils 1 Beste Durmus 1 Jorn Boesten 2 Paul Smeets 2 Peter Davies 3 1. Bekaert, Zwevegem, Belgium; 2. DSM Dyneema, Urmond, Netherlands; 3. IFREMER, Plouzané, France Dynamic Response of Different Types of TLPs in Liwan Gas Field OMAE Song Linfeng, Liping Sun, Qian Jiayu, Liu Shengnan Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China structures, safety and reliability 2-16 Extreme Seas Monday June 10 Room G/H 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Elzbieta Maria Bitner-Gregersen, Det Norske Veritas, Norway Session Co-Chair: Carlos Guedes Soares, Instituto Superior Tecn, Tech Univ Lisbon, Portugal Advances in Nonlinear Waves with Emphasis on Aspects for Ship Design and Wave Forensics OMAE Alfred R. Osborne Nonlinear Waves Research Corporation, Arlington, VA, USA A Comparison of the Measured North Sea Andrea Rogue Wave with Numerical Simulations OMAE Elzbieta Maria Bitner-Gregersen Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway Analysis of Experimental Results on Space-Time Evolution of Wave Groups in Crossing Seas OMAE Anita Santoro 1 Carlos Guedes Soares 2 Felice Arena 1 1. Mediterranea University, Reggio Calabria, Italy; 2. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal Comparison of Distributions of Wave Heights From Nonlinear Schröedinger Equation Simulations and Laboratory Experiments OMAE Huidong Zhang 1 Zhivelina Cherneva 1 Carlos Guedes Soares 2 Miguel Onorato 3 1. Centre for Marine Technology and Engineering (CENTEC), Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal; 2. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal; 3. Universitá di Torino, Torino, Italy structures, safety and reliability 2-25 Collision and Crashworthiness II Monday June 10 Room B/C 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Sören Ehlers, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Session Co-Chair: Shengming Zhang, Lloyd s Register, United Kingdom Structural Integrity of a Spar in Collision with a Large Supply Vessel OMAE Xinguo Ning, Bob L. Zhang, Sudhakar Tallavajhula Technip-USA, Houston, TX, USA A simplified Procedure To Assess the Strength Of a Ship Impacting a Lock Mitered Gate OMAE Loïc Buldgen 1 Hervé Le Sourne 2 Philippe Rigo 1 1. University of Liège, Liège, Belgium; 2. ICAM, Carquefou, France Damage and Failure in an X65 Steel Pipeline Caused by Trawl Gear Impact OMAE Martin Kristoffersen 1 Tore Børvik 1 Magnus Langseth 1 Håvar Ilstad 2 Erik Levold 2 Odd Sture Hopperstad 1 1. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Statoil ASA, Ranheim, Norway Plastic Response and Failure Prediction of Stiffened Plates Punched by a Wedge OMAE Bin Liu, Richard Villavicencio, Carlos Guedes Soares Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal structures, safety and reliability 2-35 Risk Based Maintenance Planning Monday June 10 R2 - Room Five 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Bernt Leira, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Session Co-Chair: Peter Securius Risk Based Inspection for Aged Offshore Pipelines OMAE Gundula Stadie-Frohboes, Joerg Lampe Germanischer Lloyd SE, Hamburg, Germany Optimal Plan for Inspection and Maintenance of Structural Components by Corrosion OMAE Cesar Ortega-Estrada 1 Roobed Trejo 1 David De Leon 2 D. Campos 3 1. Polytechnic University of Durango, Durango, DUR, Mexico; 2. Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Toluca, MEX, Mexico; 3. Mexican Petroleum Institute, Mexico, DF, Mexico Simplified Approach for Fracture Integrity Assessment of Bimetallic Girth Weld Joint OMAE Nicola Bonora 1 Antonio Carlucci 2 Andrew Ruggiero 3 Gianluca Iannitti 1 1. Techdyn Engineering, Rome, Italy; 2. Saipem SA, Paris, France; 3. University of Cassino, Cassino, Italy Corrosion Fatigue Testing of Used, Studless, Offshore Mooring Chain OMAE Stein Fredheim 1 Svein-Arne Reinholdtsen 2 Lars Haskoll 2 Hans Bjørne Lie 2 1. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway; 2. Statoil ASA, Stjørdal, Norway MOnDaY, June

38 MOnDaY, 15:30 17:30 MOnDaY, June 10 Materials technology 3-6 Welding Technology and Repair Methods Monday June 10 Auditorium :30 17:30 Session Chair: Xavier Ficquet, VEQTER Ltd, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Jaime Buitrago, ExxonMobil Upstream Research, USA Mechanical Integrity of Forge Welded Connections OMAE Terje B. Jacobsen 1 Bjarne Salberg 2 Per Thomas Moe 1 Junyan Liu 2 1. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 2. AMR Engineering AS, Drammen, Norway Analysis and Design of Small Scale Pipe Forge Welding Process OMAE Junyan Liu 1 Per Thomas Moe 2 Ganesan Somasundaram Marimuthu 2 1. AMR Engineering AS, Drammen, Norway; 2. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway Subsea Pipelines: The Remotely Welded Retrofit Tee for Hot Tap Applications OMAE Neil Woodward 1 Kjell Edvard Apeland 2 Jan Olav Berge 2 Richard Verley 2 Michael Armstrong 1 1. Isotek Oil & Gas Ltd, Leeds, United Kingdom; 2. Statoil ASA, Haugesund, Norway Structural Integrity Control of Ageing Offshore Structures: Repairing and Strengthening with Grouted Connections OMAE Samindi Samarakoon, R.M. Chandima Ratnayake, S.A.S.C Siriwardane University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway Assessment of Specimen Geometry for All-Weld Metal Tensile Test in Narrow Groove Welding OMAE Noe Mota-Solis, Mauricio Pelcastre-Gaitan, Eduardo Ruiz-Andrade, Hector Manuel Quintanilla-Carmona Tenaris Tamsa, Veracruz, VER, Mexico Pipeline and riser technology 4-11 Design and Analysis II Monday June 10 Room VIP 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Chris Timms, C-FER Technologies, Canada Session Co-Chair: Neil Willis Design Challenges of Gas Export Pipelines for Pre-Salt Area Offshore Brazil OMAE Rafael Solano, Fabio Azevedo, Eduardo Oazen PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Strain Based Design Crossing of Local Features in Arctic Environment OMAE Luigino Vitali, Roberto Bruschi, Lorenzo Bartolini, Enrico Torselletti, Maurizio Spinazze Saipem, Fano, Italy Safety Factors Calibration for Wall Thickness Design of Ultra Deepwater Pipelines OMAE Eduardo Oazen, Rafael Solano, Bruno Antunes, Carlos O. Cardoso PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Strength and Deformation Capacity of Corroded Pipes A Joint Industry Project OMAE Lorenzo Marchionni 1 Erik Levold 2 Caterina Molinari 3 Andrea Restelli 4 Luigino Vitali 1 1. Saipem, Fano, Italy; 2. Statoil ASA, Trondheim, Norway; 3. Saipem, San Donato Milanese, Italy; 4. ENI - Exploration & Production Division, Milan, Italy Investigation on the Burst Strength Capacity of Aging Subsea Gas Pipeline OMAE Dong Woo Kim, Mohd Hairil Mohd, Byeong Joon Lee, Do Kyun Kim, Jung Kwan Seo, Bong Ju Kim, Jeom Kee Paik Pusan National University, Busan, Korea Pipeline and riser technology 4-15 Pipe-Soil Interaction II Monday June 10 R0 - Room Four 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Daniel Carneiro, Wood Group Kenny, Australia Session Co-Chair: Celso Mooroka, University of Campinas - UNICAMP Changes in Pipeline Embedment due to Sediment Mobility: Observations and Implications for Design OMAE Antonio Borges Rodriguez 1 Fraser Bransby 1 Ian Finnie 1 Han Eng Low 1 David White 2 1. Advanced Geomechanics Pty Ltd, Perth, WA, Australia; 2. University of Western Australia, Crawley Perth, WA, Australia The Use of Centrifuge Model Testing to Provide Geotechnical Input Parameters for Pipeline Engineering OMAE Fraser Bransby 1 Han Eng Low 1 David White 2 Antonio Borges Rodriguez 1 1. Advanced Geomechanics, Perth, WA, Australia; 2. University of Western Australia, Crawley Perth, WA, Australia Analytical Models for Seabed Interaction Effects on Steel Catenary Riser in Touchdown Zone OMAE Kosar Rezazadeh 1 Yong Bai 2 Jiwei Tang 1 Liang Zhang 1 1. Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China; 2. Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China Seabed Interaction Modelling Effects on the Global Response of Catenary Pipeline: a Case Study OMAE Hany Elosta 1 Shan Huang 2 Atilla Incecik 2 1. Technip Norge As, Oslo, Norway; 2. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom Large-Scale Laboratory Experiment on Erosion of Muddy Silt Beds by Moving Circular Jets OMAE Zhigang Bai, Wei Zhang, Keli Sun, Weiling Wang Tianjin University, Tianjin, China Ocean space utilization 5-2 Deepsea Mining Economy and Environment Monday June 10 Room J 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Nobuhiro Maeda, The General Environmental Technos Co., Ltd., Japan Session Co-Chair: Tetsuo Yamazaki, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan Preliminary Economic Examination of Seafloor Massive Mining Venture under Japan s Conditions OMAE Tetsuo Yamazaki 1 Yusuke Nakamoto 1 Naoki Nakatani 1 Rei Arai 2 1. Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, Japan; 2. Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan Laboratory Experimentations for New Hydrothermal Monitoring Systems Using ADCPs OMAE Kanae Komaki 1 Mitsuru Shimazu 2 Shunsuke Kondo 2 Yosuke Onishi 1 Satoshi Furuta 3 Rei Arai 3 1. The General Environmental Technos Co., Ltd, Tokyo, Japan; 2. The General Environmental Technos Co., Ltd, Osaka, Japan; 3. Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan 36

39 MOnDaY, 15:30 17:30 New Platform to Monitor the Environmental Impacts of Seafloor Mining OMAE Nobuhiro Maeda 1 Yosuke Onishi 1 Satoshi Kato 2 Tetsuo Yamazaki 3 1. The General Environmental Technos Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan; 2. Nichiyu Giken Kogyo co., Ltd., Kawagoe, Japan; 3. Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, Japan A Numerical Model for Environmental Impact on Marine Organisms for Seafloor Resources Development OMAE Joji Yamamoto, Yasuharu Nakajima, Hideyuki Oka, Sotaro Masanobu National Maritime Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan Ocean engineering 6-8 Fluid-Structure Interaction I Monday June 10 R2 - Room Six 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Iskender Sahin, NYU Poly, USA Session Co-Chair: Jifeng Wang, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA Hydrodynamic Characteristics of Floating Pipes in Random Waves OMAE Tiao-Jian Xu, Guo-hai Dong, Yun-Peng Zhao, Xiao-Zhou Ma, Yu-xiang Ma Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China Time-domain Simulation of Second-order Wave Diffraction Based on Hybrid Radiation Condition and Desingularized Boundary Element Method OMAE Gang Xu, Abdel Magid Hamouda Qatar University, Doha, Qatar Unsteady Hydrofoils: Theoretical and Computational Analysis OMAE Daniel T. Valentine Clarkson University, Potsdam, NU, USA Simulation of the Gap Resonance Between Two Rectangular Barges in Regular Waves by a Free Surface Viscous Flow Solver OMAE Pierre-Emmanuel Guillerm 1 Baptiste Elie 1 Gabriel Reliquet 1 Pierre Ferrant 1 Lionel Gentaz 1 Olivia Thilleul 2 Alain Ledoux 3 1. LHEEA, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France; 2. Hydrocean, Nantes, France; 3. TOTAL SA, Courbevoie, France Ocean engineering 6-20 Advanced Ship Hydromechanics and Marine Technology III Monday June 10 Room I 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: J.M. Harris, HR Wallingford, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Riaan van t Veer, SBM Offshore, Netherlands Motion Planning and Tracking for Marine Vessels OMAE José Oniram Limaverde, Eugênio Fortaleza University of Brasília, Brasília, DF, Brazil A Fast Numerical Method for Internal Flood Water Dynamics to Simulate Water on Deck and Flooding Scenarios of Ships OMAE Christian Janßen, Sebastian Bengel, Thomas Rung, Hendrik Dankowski Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg, Germany The Ship-Routing Optimization based on the Three- Dimensional Modified Isochrone Method OMAE Yu-Hsien Lin 1 Ming-Chung Fang 2 1. University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA; 2. National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan, Taiwan Robust Control for Ship Course-Keeping Based on Support Vector Machines, Particle Swarm Optimization and L2-Gain OMAE Weilin Luo 1 Bin Fu 2 Carlos Guedes Soares 1 Zaojian Zou 3 1. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal; 2. College of Mechanical Engineering and Automation, Fuzhou University, Fuzhou, China; 3. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China cfd and ViV 8-3 FS: Free Surface Flows II Monday June 10 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Jifeng Wang, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA Session Co-Chair: Bruno Sainte-Rose, LEMMA, USA Prediction of Water Wave Propagation Using Computational Fluid Dynamics OMAE Mohammadreza Javanmardi 1 Jonathan Binns 1 Giles Thomas 1 Martin R. Renilson 2 1. Australian Maritime College, Launceston, TAS, Australia; 2. University of Tasmania Australian Maritime College, Newnham, TAS, Australia Numerical Modeling of Breaking Waves over a Reef with a Level-Set Based Numerical Wave Tank OMAE Mayilvahanan Alagan Chella, Hans Bihs, Arun Kamath, Michael Muskulus Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway Numerical Simulation of Flows Past Partially-Submerged Horizontal Circular Cylinders in Free Surface Waves OMAE Hans Bihs 1 Muk Chen Ong 2 1. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK), Trondheim, Norway A Numerical Simulation of 2D Dam Breaking OMAE Miguel Angel Celis Carbajal 1 Juan B. Villa Wanderley 2 Marcelo de Almeida Santos Neves 2 1. COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil The Simulation of Long Wave Run-Up for Breaking and Non-Breaking Waves OMAE Mostafa Safdari Shadloo 1 Mehmet Yildiz 1 Robert Weiss 2 1. Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey; 2. Virginia Tech., Blacksburg, VA, USA cfd and ViV 8-5 VIV Suppression: Fairings and Strakes I Monday June 10 R0 - Room Three 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Michael Tognarelli, BP America Production Co., USA Session Co-Chair: Juan Pontaza, Shell International Exploration and Production Inc., USA Interference Effect in the Flow Around Two Aligned Cylinders and the Reduction of a Helical Strakes Suppressor Effectiveness OMAE Cesar M. Freire 1 Ivan Korkischko 1 Julio Meneghini 2 1. NDF-POLI, University of Sao Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. Escola Politécnica of University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil MOnDaY, June

40 MOnDaY, 15:30 17:30 MOnDaY, June 10 Prediction of VIV For Risers With Effective Strakes OMAE Brad Campbell, Scott Slocum ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company, Houston, TX, USA CFD Analysis on the efficiency of Helical Strakes in Suppressing Vortex Induced Vibrations OMAE Renqing Zhu, Tingting Zheng, Yongyan Ni Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, Zhenjiang, China Suppressing Full-Scale Riser VIV with the VT Suppressor OMAE Roger King 1 Andrew Brown 2 Halvor Lie 3 Henning Braaten 3 Massimiliano Russo 4 Rolf Baarholm 5 1. RKconsulting, Exmouth, United Kingdom; 2. Allbrown Universal Components Ltd, London, United Kingdom; 3. MARINTEK, Trondheim, Norway; 4. Statoil, Fornebu, Norway; 5. Statoil, Trondheim, Norway Drilling Riser VIV Tests with Prototype Reynolds Numbers OMAE Halvor Lie 1 Henning Braaten 1 Jamison Szwalek 1 Massimiliano Russo 2 Rolf Baarholm 3 1. MARINTEK, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Statoil, Fornebu, Norway; 3. Statoil, Trondheim, Norway Ocean renewable energy 9-4 Current Energy - I Monday June 10 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: John Halkyard, John E Halkyard & Associates, USA Session Co-Chair: Erik ter Brake, Houlder Ltd, United Kingdom Development of a 3 Megawatt Tidal Energy Platform OMAE Erik ter Brake 1 John Armstrong 2 Mike Todman 2 1. Houlder Ltd, London, United Kingdom; 2. TidalStream Ltd, London, United Kingdom Development of an Economic and Efficient Installation Vessel for Tidal Stream Energy Converter Arrays OMAE Rachel Nicholls-Lee, Simon Hindley, Richard Parkinson Mojo Maritime Ltd, Falmouth, United Kingdom Design and Estimated Economic Performance of a Floating Axis Marine Current Turbine in Kuroshio Ocean Current OMAE Hiromichi Akimoto 1 Kenji Tanaka 2 Yutaka Hara 3 Kiyoshi Uzawa 2 1. Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Korea; 2. University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; 3. Tottori University, Tottori, Japan The Efficiency of Tidal Fences: a Brief Review and Further Discussion on the Effect of Wake Mixing OMAE Takafumi Nishino, Richard H. J. Willden University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom OTEC Cold Water Pipe Global Dynamic Design for Ship-shaped Vessel OMAE Sherry Xiang 1 Peimin Cao 1 Richard Erwin 2 Steve Kibbee 1 1. SBM Offshore, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Texas A&M Univeristy, College Station, TX, USA Ocean renewable energy 9-5 Wind Energy - II Monday June 10 Great Gallery - Room One 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Jason Jonkman, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA Session Co-Chair: Amy N. Robertson, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA Coupling of Two Tools for the Simulation of Floating Wind Turbine OMAE Sebastien Gueydon 1 Koert Lindenburg 2 Feike Savenije 2 1. MARIN, Wageningen, Netherlands; 2. Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Petten, Netherlands Hydrodynamic Modeling of Tension Leg Platform Wind Turbines OMAE Erin E. Bachynski, Torgeir Moan Center for Ships and Ocean Structures (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway Dynamic Analysis for a Spar-Type Wind Turbine Under Different Sea States OMAE Yu Ma, Zhiqiang Hu Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China Wave Induced Energy Yield Enhancement of Floating Wind Turbines OMAE Paul D. Sclavounos Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA On the Response of a Spar Floating Wind Turbine under the Occurrence of Extreme Events OMAE Vincenzo Nava 1 Hasan Bagbanci 2 Carlos Guedes Soares 3 Felice Arena 4 1. Tecnalia, Bilbao, Spain; 2. Center for Marine Technology and Engineering, Lisboa, Portugal; 3. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal; 4. Mediterranea University, Reggio Calabria, Italy Petroleum technology symposium 11-3 Petroleum Reservoir Engineering, Evaluation and Management Monday June 10 Room K/L 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Hadi Belhaj, The Petroleum Institute, United Arab Emirates Water Injection, Polymer Injection and Water Alternating Polymer Injection for Enhanced Oil Recovery A Laboratory Study OMAE Marcelo F. Zampieri 1 Rosângela B.Z.L. Moreno 2 1. UNICAMP, Campinas, SP, Brazil; 2. State University of Campinas, Campinas, SP, Brazil Improving MMP by Co-injection of Miscible CO2 with Abu Dhabi Crude Oils OMAE Khalid Javid, Hadil Abu Khalifeh, Hadi Belhaj, Mohammed Haroun The Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 38

41 MOnDaY, 15:30 18:30 Carbonate Rock Type Matrix: RocMat, the Ultimate Rock Properties Catalogue OMAE Omar Al-Farisi 1 Hadi Belhaj 2 Hocine Khemissa 3 Fatmah Yammahi 2 Abdullah Al-Shemsi 3 1. ADMA-OPCO / PI University and Research Center, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; 2. The Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; 3. ADMA-OPCO, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Single-Step Measurement of Elastic Modulus and Adhesion Mapping of Surface of Carbonate Reservoir Rocks OMAE Nikolaos Kalfagiannis, Anuj Gupta Texas A&M University at Qatar, Doha, Qatar Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics 12-7 Sloshing and Slamming II Monday June 10 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Alexander Korobkin, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Claudio Lugni, CNR-INSEAN, Italy Dynamic Response of Axially Loaded Plates with Intermediate Fixities to Transient Hydrodynamic Impact Load OMAE Nabanita Datta, Atif Siddiqui Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, WB, India A Classification of Shallow Water Resonant Sloshing in a Rectangular Tank OMAE Benjamin Bouscasse, Andrea Colagrossi, Matteo Antuono, Claudio Lugni CNR-INSEAN, Roma, Italy Impact of Elastic Body on the Deep and Shallow Water OMAE Alexander Korobkin 1 Tatyana Khabakhpasheva 2 1. University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom; 2. Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics, Novosibirsk, Russia Influence of Sloshing on the Transfer of Water Between Neighboring Compartments Considering Three Different Opening Configurations OMAE Teemu Manderbacka 1 Marcelo Vitola 2 Miguel Angel Celis Carbajal 3 Jerzy Matusiak 1 Marcelo de almeida Santos Neves 4 Paulo de Tarso Esperança 5 1. Aalto University, Espoo, Finland; 2. Laboceano, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 4. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 5. LabOceano/COPPE/UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil afternoon DrinKs 17:30 18:30 great hall Sponsored by Technip France Hydroelastic Challenges for Wave-Impact Phenomena in Sloshing Flow OMAE Claudio Lugni 1 Andrea Bardazzi 2 Odd M. Faltinsen 3 Giorgio Graziani 2 1. CNR-INSEAN, Rome, Italy; 2. University of Rome, Roma, Italy; 3. CeSOS, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway MOnDaY, June

42 PrOgraM: tuesday, 8:30 10:00 Tuesday, June 11 tuesday, June 11 concurrent sessions 08:30 10:00 Offshore technology 1-4 Fixed Platforms I Tuesday June 11 Room 450 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Partha Chakrabarti, Zentech Inc, USA Session Co-Chair: Myung Hyun Kim, Pusan National University, Korea Research on the Cutting Thermodynamic Behavior of High-Strength Large-Thickness Offshore Jack-Up Platform Leg Rack OMAE Zhou Hong 1 Zhiyong Jiang 2 Luo Yu 3 1. Ship and Ocean Engineering Institute of Jiangsu Science Technology University, Zhenjiang, China; 2. Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, Zhenjiang, China; 3. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Minhang, China Comparison of Seismic Analysis of Jacket Structures Using Response Spectrum and Time Domain Procedures OMAE Partha Chakrabarti 1 Atul Rikhy 2 1. Zentech Inc, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Zentech India Offshore and Marine Engineering Pvt. Ltd., Navi Mumbai, India Estimation of Equivalent Dynamic Amplification Factor (EDAF) on a Jacket Structure OMAE Gro Sagli Baarholm 1 Atle Johansen 2 Jørn Birknes 2 Sverre Haver 3 1. Det Norske Veritas, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Det Norske Veritas, Oslo, Norway; 3. Statoil ASA, Stavanger, Norway Fatigue Study of Conductors at the Conductor Guides Level on North Sea Platform OMAE Bita Jalali Mosalam 1, 2 Ove Tobias Gudmestad 2 1. Aibel, Stavanger, Norway; 2. University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway Offshore technology 1-22 Metocean Tuesday June 11 Great Gallery - Room Two 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: George Forristall, Forristall Ocean Engineering, USA A Methodology for Calculating Wave Crest Enhancement in Extreme Seas OMAE Bruce Martin, Oriol Rijken SBM Offshore, Houston, TX, USA Improving Offshore Platforms Wave Measurements OMAE George Forristall 1 Alexia Aubault 2 1. Forristall Ocean Engineering, Camden, NJ, USA; 2. Marine Innovation & Technology, Oakland, CA, USA Estimation of Onsite Wave Parameters from the Windfloat Platform OMAE Antoine Peiffer 1 Nathan Tom 1 Christian Cermelli 2 Dominique Roddier 3 1. Marine Innovation & Technology, Oakland, CA, USA; 2. Principle Power, Oakland, CA, USA; 3. Marine Innovation & Technology, Berkeley, CA, USA structures, safety and reliability 2-17 Extreme and Freak Waves I Tuesday June 11 Room G/H 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Felice Arena, Mediterranea University, Italy Session Co-Chair: Ning Ma, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China A Parametric Model for Tropical Cyclone Waves OMAE Ian Young 1 Jayaratnam Vinoth 2 1. Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia; 2. Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, VIC, Australia On Sampling Between Data of Significant Wave Height for Long-Term Analysis with Equivalent Triangular Storm Model OMAE Felice Arena, Valentina Laface Mediterranea University, Reggio Calabria, Italy Design Parameter Estimation of Wave Height and Wind Speed with Bivariate Copulas OMAE Shanshan Tao, Sheng Dong, Yinghui Xu College of Engineering, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China The Research of Statistic Prediction for Wave Loads Based on Three Dimensional Method OMAE YiHan Zhang 1 HuiLong Ren 1 Hui Li 1 Xiaoyu Li 2 1. Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China; 2. Poly Technologies, Inc., Beijing, China structures, safety and reliability 2-36 Reliability of Marine Structures I Tuesday June 11 R2 - Room Five 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Zakoua Guédé, IFREMER, France (Metro) Session Co-Chair: Øistein Hagen, Det Norske Veritas, Norway Deformation Analysis and Reliability Assessment of the Ship Hull in Irregular Waves OMAE PengYao Yu, Guoqing Feng, HuiLong Ren, XiaoDong Zhao Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China Monte Carlo Prediction of the Extreme Values of the Combined Load Effect and Semi-Probabilistic Design of Ocean-Going Ships OMAE Wenbo Huang, Ying Xiao Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China Reliability-based LRFD Criteria for Unstiffened Panel of Ship Structures OMAE Bai Yong, Miao-hua Qian Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China Progressive Collapse Analysis and Reliability of a Damaged Frigate OMAE Achinike Ibekwe 1 Yongchang Pu 2 Wan Ling Ham 3 Robert S. Dow 2 1. Shell Nigeria Exploration & Production Company, Lagos, Nigeria; 2. Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom; 3. Defence Science & Technology Agency, Singapore, Singapore 40

43 tuesday, 8:30 10:00 Materials technology 3-11 Fracture Assessment and Control III Tuesday June 11 Centre des Expositions 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Myung Hyun Kim, Pusan National University, Korea Session Co-Chair: Xavier Ficquet, VEQTER Ltd, United Kingdom The Use of Crosshead Displacement in Determining Fracture Parameters OMAE Carey L Walters 1 Lars O Voormeeren 1 Michael Janssen 2 1. TNO, Delft, Netherlands; 2. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands Assessment of Brittle Fracture for Single Edge Notched Bend Specimens with Different Machined-Notch Depth OMAE Tsutomu Iwashita 1 Ryohei Kobayashi 1 Koji Azuma 2 1. Ariake National College of Technology, Omuta, Japan; 2. Sojo University, Kumamoto, Japan Effects of Crack Front Curvature on J and CTOD Determination in Fracture Toughness Specimens by FEA OMAE Emily K Hutchison, Henryk G Pisarski TWI Ltd, Cambridge, United Kingdom Validation Methodology of Crack Growth Measurement Using Potential Drop Method on Senb Specimens OMAE Marcio Antunes 1 Tiago Renck 1 Carlos Kwietniewski 1 Bruno Diehl 2 Eliakin Abreu 1 Thomas Clarke 1 Jose Fonseca 1 Telmo Strohaecker 1 Fabrício Santos 2 Carlos Joia 2 1. UFRGS/LAMEF, Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil; 2. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Pipeline and riser technology 4-1 Design and Analysis I Tuesday June 11 Room VIP 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Segen Estefen, COPPE/ FURJ Session Co-Chair: Philip Cooper, Intecsea Friction, Contact Pressure and Non-Linear Behavior of Steel Tubes in Subsea Umbilicals OMAE Farzan Parsinejad 1 Naiquan Ye 2 Chris Kassner 1 Mark Kurtz 3 1. Chevron Energy Technology Co., Houston, TX, USA; 2. MARINTEK, Trondheim, Norway; 3. Chevron Upstream and Gas, Houston, TX, USA Effective Full-History Finite Element Modeling of Pipe-In-Pipe Flowline System From Installation to Operation OMAE Facheng Wang 1 Zhigang Liu 2 Xinshuai Liu 2 1. COTEC Offshore Engineering Solutions, Beijing, China; 2. China Offshore Oil Engineering Company, Tianjin, China The Research on Bulk System Transfer Ability of CPOE-16 Jack-up OMAE Ji Zeng 1 Chen Gang 1 Zhu Kuichen 1 Mo Jian 1 Chenfeng Li 2 1. Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co,Ltd, Shanghai, China; 2. Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China Comparison Between Static, Forced Oscillation and Free Oscillation Model Tests for the Assessment of Galloping Instability at High Reynolds Numbers OMAE Alexandre Cinello 1 François Pétrié 1 Thierry Rippol 1 Bernard Molin 2 Guillaume Damblans 3 1. Océanide, La Seyne sur Mer, France; 2. Ecole Centrale de Marseille, Marseille, France; 3. Principia, La Ciotat, France Pipeline and riser technology 4-2 Mechanics of Riser and Pipelines I Tuesday June 11 R0 - Room Four 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Vincent Olunloyo, University of Lagos, Nigeria Session Co-Chair: Stelios Kyriakides, Univeristy of Texas, Texas, USA Semi-Analytical Model for Pipeline Strain Intensification Factor OMAE Fauzi A. Hardjanto, Alastair C. Walker Intecsea WorleyParsons Group, Perth, WA, Australia Experimental Analysis and Modelling of the Thermomechanical Behaviour of Field Joint of Thermally Insulated Pipeline OMAE Van Trung Phan 1 Jean Yves Cognard 1 Domique Choqueuse 2 1. ENSTA Bretagne, LBMS, Brest, France; 2. IFREMER, Materials & Structures Group, France Challenging Design Confronted in a Deepwater HPHT PIP Tie-back Flowline System OMAE Jason Sun 1 Sandra Jakl 2 Han Shi 3 1. MCS Kenny, Inc., Katy, TX, USA; 2. JP Kenny, Inc., Houston, TX, USA; 3. MCS Kenny, Inc., Houston, TX, USA Anchoring Strategy Suggested for the Mitigation of Pipeline Walking OMAE Adriano Castelo 1 Nelson Galgoul 2 Luciano Tardelli Vieira 1 Douglas Barros 1 1. Intecsea, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Fluminense Federal University, Niterói, RJ, Brazil Ocean engineering 6-21 Advanced Ship Hydromechanics and Marine Technology IV Tuesday June 11 Room I 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Jeffrey Falzarano, Texas A&M University, USA Session Co-Chair: Daniel T. Valentine, Clarkson University, USA Parameter Identification of Ship Manoeuvring Model Based on Particle Swarm Optimization and Support Vector Machines OMAE Weilin Luo 1 Carlos Guedes Soares 1 Zaojian Zou 2 1. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal; 2. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China Ship-Bank Interaction of a Large Tanker and Related Control Problems OMAE Philipp Mucha, Ould el Moctar University Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany The Characteristic of Hydrate Exploitation by Deressurization OMAE Weixin Pang 1 Qingping Li 1 Yu Xichong 2 Gang LI 3 Fujie Sun 1 1. CNOOC Research Institute, Beijing, China; 2. China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), Beijing, China; 3. Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, Guangzhou, China Development of a Computer Program for Three Dimensional Analysis of Zero Speed First Order Wave Body Interaction in Frequency Domain OMAE Amitava Guha 1 Jeffrey Falzarano 2 1. Texas A&M University, Bryan, TX, USA; 2. Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA tuesday, June

44 tuesday, 8:30 10:00 tuesday, June 11 Ocean engineering 6-27 Fluid-Structure Interaction II Tuesday June 11 R2 - Room Six 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Qing Xiao, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: J.M. Harris, HR Wallingford, United Kingdom Simulation of Dynamic Coupling Between Waves and A Free-Floating Rectangular Box by Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics OMAE Ming He, Bing Ren, Feng Jiang, Chunli Ma Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China Maximum Wave Forces: Evaluation and Case Studies OMAE Giuseppe Barbaro, Giandomenico Foti, Carmelo Luca Sicilia Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, Reggio Calabria, Italy Vortex-Induced Motion Evaluation on Semi-Submersible Platforms Using a Time Domain Methodology OMAE Thiago Angelo Gonçalves de Lacerda 1 Gilberto B. Ellwanger 1 Stael Ferreira Senra 2 1. LACEO/COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Experimental Study On the Flow Around a Moving Cylinder OMAE Yangyang Gao 1 Danielle S. Tan 2 Baofeng Zhang 3 Soon Keat Tan 1 1. Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore; 2. Cornell University, New York, NY, USA; 3. Det Norske Veritas Pte Ltd, Singapore, Singapore cfd and ViV 8-6 FLT: CFD Applications - Ships and Appendages Tuesday June 11 Room 150 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Fahd Fathi, Shell Global Solutions, Netherlands Session Co-Chair: Juan Wanderley, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Full Scale CFD Validation on Thruster-Hull Interaction on a Semi- Submersible Crane Vessel in Transit Condition OMAE Harald Ottens 1 Norbert Bulten 2 Radboud van Dijk 1 1. Heerema Marine Contractors, Leiden, Netherlands; 2. Wärtsilä, Drunen, Netherlands Modelling Thruster-Hull Interaction with CFD OMAE Pedro Maciel, Arjen Koop, Guilherme Vaz MARIN, Wageningen, Netherlands A Comparison Between Full RANSE And Coupled RANSE-BEM Approaches In Ship Propulsion Performance Predictions OMAE Patrick Queutey 1 Gan Bo Deng 2 Emmanuel Guilmineau 1 Francesco Salvatore 3 1. CNRS, Nantes, France; 2. ECN, Nantes, France; 3. CNR-INSEAN, Roma, Italy Numerical Study of the Turbulent Wake of a Dragged or Autopropelled Axisymmetrical Body in a Stratified Medium Using LES-VMS OMAE Bruno Sainte-Rose 1 Xavier Lenhardt 2 Olivier Allain 3 Alain Dervieux 3 1. LEMMA, Houston, TX, USA; 2. DGA TN/SDT/SCN/ DDNA, Toulon, France; 3. LEMMA, Biot, France cfd and ViV 8-10 VIV Suppression: Fairings and Strakes II Tuesday June 11 R0 - Room Three 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Themis Resvanis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Session Co-Chair: Gustavo R. S. Assi, University of São Paulo, Brazil Experimental Investigation on the Stability of Parallel and Oblique Plates as Suppressors of Vortex-Induced Vibration OMAE Gustavo R. S. Assi, Guilherme S. Franco University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil An Experimental Study on the Effect of Splitter Plate Angle on the VIV Behavior of Submarine Pipeline on an Erodible Bed Under Clear Water Condition OMAE M. Javad Emamgholizadeh Baboli 1 Ahmadreza Mostafa Gharabaghi 2 Karim Abedi 2 Mohammad Hossein Sedaaghi 2 1. Sahand University of Technology, Babol, Iran; 2. Sahand University of Technology, Tabriz, Iran PIV Measurements of Flow-field Downstream of a Cylinder in Uniform Flow and Comparisons with CFD OMAE Peter Stetson, Spyros Kinnas University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA Flow-Induced Vibrations of High Gas Rate Well Jumpers: Tees vs. Bends OMAE Juan Pontaza 1 Raghu Menon 2 Akinyemi Okeremi 3 Jared Spritzer 3 Shington Widjaja 3 1. Shell International Exploration and Production Inc., Houston, TX, USA; 2. Shell India Markets Pvt Ltd, Bangalore, India; 3. Shell Global Solutions (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd., Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Ocean renewable energy 9-6 Wave Energy - II Tuesday June 11 Room 300 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Wei Qiu, Memorial University, Canada Session Co-Chair: Jochem Weber, Liberal Synergies, Ireland Empirical Demonstration of Acausal Control Strategies for Wave Energy Converters OMAE James Eder, James Bretl, Kate Edwards Ocean Power Technologies, Pennington, NJ, USA Wave Energy Estimation in Four Italian Nearshore Areas OMAE Valentina Vannucchi, Lorenzo Cappietti Università Degli Studi di Firenze - Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile e Ambientale, Florence, Italy Improvement of Wave Power Take-Off Performance due to the Projecting Walls for OWC Type WEC OMAE Tomoki Ikoma 1 Koichi Masuda 1 Hikaru Omori 1 Hiroyuki Osawa 2 Hisaaki Maeda 3 1. Nihon University, Funabashi, Japan; 2. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Yokosuka, Japan; 3. Nihon University, Tokyo, Japan Preliminary Cross-Validation of Wave Energy Converter Array Interactions OMAE Matt Folley, Trevor Whittaker Queen s University, Belfast, United Kingdom 42

45 tuesday, 8:30 10:30 Ocean renewable energy 9-7 Current Energy - II Tuesday June 11 Great Gallery - Room One 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Jon Mikkelsen, University of British Columbia, Canada Session Co-Chair: John Halkyard, John E Halkyard & Associates, USA Metocean Data Acquisition, and Live Transmission, for Tidal Array Sites OMAE Rachel Nicholls-Lee, Jon Csehi Mojo Maritime Ltd, Falmouth, United Kingdom Vertical Axis Current Turbine (VACT) and its Efficiency OMAE Ali Bakhshandeh Rostami 1 Antonio Carlos Fernandes 2 Lucas Gomes Canzian 1 Sina Mirzaeisefat 3 1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. COPPE - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. University of Delaware, Newark, DE, USA Numerical Analysis of Offshore Pile Structure for Tidal Current Devise Using FSI Method OMAE Chul Hee Jo, Kang Hee Lee, Yuho Rho, Doyoub Kim Inha University, Incheon, Korea Simulation of Horizontal-Axis Tidal Turbine Wakes Using a Coupled Approach with Rankine-Froude Actuator Disk Model and a Weakly-Compressible Finite Volume Solver OMAE Baptiste Elie, Guillaume Oger, Pierre-Emmanuel Guillerm, Bertrand Alessandrini Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France Petroleum technology symposium 11-4 Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources Development Challenge Tuesday June 11 Room K/L 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Arash Dahi Taleghani, Louisiana State University, USA Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics 12-3 Green Water and Impact Tuesday June 11 Room 200 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Marilena Greco, NTNU/CNR-INSEAN, Norway A CIP-based Numerical Simulation of Green Water on a 2-D Floating Body OMAE Xizeng Zhao 1 Fuqiang Wang 2 Feng Lu 3 Liyong Wang 3 Yang Zhang 3 1. Department of Ocean Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China; 2. North China University of Water Conservancy and Electric Power, Zhengzhou, China; 3. Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China Relation between Flow Velocity and Impact Pressure in a Green Water Flow OMAE Kusalika Ariyarathne 1 Kuang-An Chang 2 Richard Mercier 2 1. University of Ruhuna, Galle, Sri Lanka; 2. Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA Evaluation of Loads During a Free-Fall Lifeboat Drop OMAE Andrea Califano 1 Kristoffer Brinchmann 2 1. Det Norske Veritas, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway A Meshless Boundary Element Method for Simulating Slamming in Context of Generalized Wagner OMAE Jens Bloch Helmers 1 Geir Skeie 2 1. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway; 2. Det Norske Veritas, Oslo, Norway refreshment BreaK 10:00 10:30 great hall Propped Fracture Conductivity in Shales OMAE Dan Hill, Junjing Zhang, Anton Kamenov, Ding Zhu Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA Efficiency of Multi-Zone Fracturing in Vertical Wells: a Case Study OMAE Arash Dahi Taleghani, Ping Puyang Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, USA Numerical Simulation of Complex Fracture Network Development by Hydraulic Fracturing in Naturally Fractured Ultratight Formations OMAE Hannes Hofmann 1 Tayfun Babadagli 1 Günter Zimmermann 2 1. University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada; 2. GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany Predicting Well Performance in Naturally Fractured Reservoir OMAE Ding Zhu, Yun Suk Hwang, Jiajing Lin, David S. Schechter Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA tuesday, June

46 tuesday, 10:30 12:00 tuesday, June 11 concurrent sessions 10:30 12:00 Offshore technology 1-5 Fixed Platforms II Tuesday June 11 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Bernt Leira, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Session Co-Chair: Partha Chakrabarti, Zentech Inc, USA Wave-In-Deck Loads for an Intricate Pile-Supported Pier and Variation with Deck Clearance OMAE Andrew Cornett 1 David Anglin 2 Trevor Elliott 3 1. National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada; 2. Baird and Associates, Ottawa, ON, Canada; 3. W.F. Baird & Associates, Oakville, ON, Canada Probabilistic Modeling of the Bio-Colonization Effects on Hydrodynamic Forces with Several Combinations of Sea-State Condition: a Study on Jacket-Platforms in the Gulf of Guinea OMAE Franck Schoefs, Hamed Ameryoun LUNAM université/ Université de Nantes/ GeM/IUML/ IXEAD, Nantes, France Probabilistic Modeling of Roughness Effects Caused by Bio-Colonization on Hydrodynamic Coefficients: a Sensitivity Study for Jacket-Platforms in Gulf of Guinea OMAE Hamed Ameryoun, Franck Schoefs LUNAM université/ Université de Nantes/ GeM/IUML/ IXEAD, Nantes, France Offshore technology 1-23 Offshore Renewable Synergies Tuesday June 11 Great Gallery - Room Two 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Antoine Peiffer, Marine Innovation & Technology, USA Numerical simulation of an Oscillating Wave Surge Converter OMAE Yanji Wei 1 Ashkan Rafiee 1 Bjoern Elsaesser 2 Frederic Dias 1 1. University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland; 2. Queen s University Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom Wave Diffraction Forces on Offshore Wind Turbine Piles with an Octagonal Cross Section OMAE Serena Lim, Longbin Tao Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom Nonlinear Wave Group Impact on a Cylindrical Monopile OMAE Zhong Peng, Tim Raaijmakers, Peter Wellens Deltares, Delft, Netherlands structures, safety and reliability 2-18 Extreme and Freak Waves II Tuesday June 11 Room G/H 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Alexander Babanin, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia Session Co-Chair: Puneet Agarwal, Stress Engineering Services Inc, USA Physics-Based Approach to Wave Statistics and Probabilities OMAE Alexander Babanin Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, VIC, Australia Second Order Kinematics Underneath Irregular Waves OMAE Thomas B. Johannessen 1 Øystein Lande 1 Jørn Birknes 2 Øistein Hagen 1 Arne Nestegård 2 1. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway; 2. Det Norske Veritas, Oslo, Norway Three-Dimensional Periodic Fully Nonlinear Potential Waves OMAE Dmitry Chalikov, Alexander Babanin Swinburne University of Technology,, Melbourne, VIC, Australia Study on Influence of Wave-current Interaction on Prediction of Rogue Wave Taking the Viscous Effect into Account OMAE Bo Peng, Ning Ma, Xie-Chong Gu Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China structures, safety and reliability 2-39 Reliability of Moorings and Risers Tuesday June 11 R2 - Room Five 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Ying Min Low, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Session Co-Chair: Luis Volnei Sagrilo, PEC/COPPE/UFRJ, Brazil Predicting the Probability of Riser Collision Under Stochastic Excitation and Multiple Uncertainties OMAE Jian Wen He, Ying Min Low Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore An Alternative Methodology to Evaluate the Fatigue Life of Risers Based on Regular Waves OMAE Fernando Jorge Mendes de Sousa 1 Ana Maria Valadão Rebello 1 Luis Volnei Sagrilo 2 Marcos Queija de Siqueira 3 1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. PEC/COPPE/ UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. LACEO/COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Determining Fitness for Service with Probabilistic Tools OMAE Mark Cerkovnik, David Saldana, Tracy Yang 2H Offshore Inc, Houston, TX, USA Long-term Extreme Response of Marine Structures Considering the Combination of First and Second Order Wave Effects OMAE Luis Volnei Sagrilo 1 José A. V. Bazán 2 Fernando Jorge Mendes de Sousa 2 Zhen Gao 3 Arvid Naess 4 1. PEC/COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. CeSOS, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway; 4. Norwegian University Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway 44

47 tuesday, 10:30 12:00 Numerical Analysis of Contact Stresses between Mooring Chain Links and Potential Consequences for Fatigue Damage OMAE Philippe Bastid, Simon Smith TWI Ltd, Cambridge, United Kingdom Materials technology 3-2 Fatigue Assessment and Control I Tuesday June 11 Centre des Expositions 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Agnes Marie Horn, Det Norske Veritas, Norway Session Co-Chair: Jaime Buitrago, ExxonMobil Upstream Research, USA Fatigue Crack Propagation Under Bi-Axial Tensile Loading Effect of the Phase Difference on Bi-Axial Tensile Loading OMAE Koji Gotoh 1 Toshio Niwa 2 Yosuke Anai 2 Tetsuya Omori 1 Yoshihisa Tanaka 2 Koji Murakami 1 1. Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan; 2. National Maritime Research Institute, Mitaka, Japan Numerical Simulation of Fatigue Crack Propagation under Simulated Whipping Loading Arising in Hull Structures OMAE Kazuki Matsuda, Koji Gotoh Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan Fatigue Performance of Submarine Pipeline Girth Welds Installed by S-lay and Reeling OMAE Morten Hval, Trond Lamvik Reinertsen AS, Trondheim, Norway The Effect of T-Stress on Crack-Tip Plastic Zones Under Cyclic Mixed-Mode Loading Conditions OMAE Qays Nazarali, Xin Wang Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada Pipeline and riser technology 4-18 Mechanics of Riser and Pipelines III Tuesday June 11 R0 - Room Four 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Spyros A. Karamanos, University of Thessaly, Greece Session Co-Chair: Stelios Kyriakides, Univeristy of Texas, Texas, USA Collapse and Buckle Propagation of Sandwich Pipes: a Review OMAE Chen An 1 Menglan Duan 1 Segen F. Estefen 2 1. China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China; 2. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Lateral Buckling Response of Subsea HTHP Pipelines Using Finite Element Methods OMAE Muhammad Masood ul Haq, Shawn Kenny Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John s, NL, Canada On the Dynamic Collapse of Cylindrical Shells Under Combined Hydrostatic and Impulsive Pressure Loadings OMAE Loureiro Silva L. 1 Theodoro A. Netto 2 1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, COPPE, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Lateral Buckling Behavior of Snake-Lay Pipeline with Vertical Support at Crown OMAE Raveendra Reddy Nagalakunta Petrofac International Ltd, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates Pipeline and riser technology 4-28 Design and Analysis IV Tuesday June 11 Room VIP 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Joe Jin, ExxonMobil Development Company, USA Session Co-Chair: Marcelo Igor Lourenço, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil New Approach for Assessment of Flexible Risers Interference in Shallow Waters OMAE Elton Ribeiro 1 Roberto Alvim 2 Edson Labanca 1 Otavio Veras 3 1. OGX Petroleo e Gas Ltda, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. 2H Offshore, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. Former Employee at 2H Offshore, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Effect of Hydrodynamic Coefficients on a Typical Mid-Water Arch Model OMAE Guoxing Huang 1 Ningchuan Zhang 2 1. Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China; 2. State Key Laboratory of Coastal and Offshore Engineering, Dalian, China Newer Frontiers in the Design of Steel Catenary Risers for Floating Production Systems OMAE Basim Mekha 1 Shankar Bhat 2 1. Cuneiform Offshore Consulting, LLC, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Intecsea, Houston, TX, USA Design of Steel Lazy Wave Riser for Disconnectable FPSO in the Gulf of Mexico OMAE Jingyun Cheng, Peimin Cao SBM Offshore, Houston, TX, USA Ocean space utilization 5-6 VLFS and Response of Floating Facilities Tuesday June 11 Room J 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Kazuhiro Iijima, Osaka University, Japan Session Co-Chair: Hideyuki Suzuki, University of Tokyo, Japan A Study on Non-Linear Response of Moored Floating Body Considering Dynamic Motion of Mooring Lines OMAE Keiji Nonaka, Motohiko Murai, Atsushi Nagamine Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan Ocean Space Utilization Using Very Large Floating Semi-Submersible Concept OMAE Nagan Srinivasan 1 R Sundaravadivelu 2 1. DSI, Missouri City, TX, USA; 2. Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, TN, India A Fundamental Research on The Behaviors of Floating Vessels Moored to Floating Pier in Tsunami OMAE Koichi Masuda 1 Tomoki Ikoma 1 Mitsuhiro Masuda 2 Kazuki Murata 3 1. Nihon University, Funababshi, Japan; 2. Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Koto-ku, Japan; 3. Graduate School of Science and Tech, Nihon University, Funababshi, Japan tuesday, June

48 tuesday, 10:30 12:00 tuesday, June 11 Ocean engineering 6-5 Advanced Underwater Vehicles and Design Technology Tuesday June 11 R2 - Room Six 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Yuriy Drobyshevski, INTECSEA, Australia Session Co-Chair: Jang Whan Kim, Technip, USA One Synthetical Optimization Method on General Performance and Energy System of UUV OMAE Peng Chen, Songlin Yang, Shuling Chen Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, Zhenjiang, China An Exploration of a Passive Articulated Fish-Like System OMAE Jianxin Hu 1 Qing Xiao 1 Vinh-Tan Nguyen 2 1. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom; 2. Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore, Singapore A New Mathematical Model Concept and Challenges in Relation to the Cluster Manifold Layout OMAE Guohua Li 1 Yingying Wang 2 Juan Ma 1 Lunpeng Liu 2 Menglan Duan 2 1. Sinopec International Petroleum Exploration and Production Corporation, Beijing, China; 2. China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China The Use of Additive Manufacturing Techniques in the Construction of Model-Scale Propellers OMAE Matthew Garvin, Mohammed Islam, David Molyneux, Paul Herrington Oceanic Consulting Corporation, St. John s, NL, Canada Ocean engineering 6-11 Advanced Ship Hydromechanics and Marine Technology V Tuesday June 11 Room I 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Lothar Birk, University of New Orleans, USA Session Co-Chair: Daniel T. Valentine, Clarkson University, USA Experimental Investigation of the Effect of Waves, Ventilation and Cavitation in Bollard Pull Conditions OMAE Gerco Hagesteijn, Joris Brouwer MARIN, Wageningen, Netherlands Parametric Roll of High Speed Ships in Regular Waves OMAE Hisham Moideen 1 Abhilash Somayajula 2 Jeffrey Falzarano 2 1. Houston Offshore Engineering, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA The Effect of Measured Whipping and Springing on LNG Vessels OMAE Gaute Storhaug 1 Narve Oma 2 Bjarne Blomberg 3 Kazuhiro Hirota 4 1. Det Norske Veritas, Oslo, Norway; 2. Statoil ASA, Stavanger, Norway; 3. Hoegh LNG UK, London, United Kingdom; 4. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Nagasaki, Japan A Method of Immersed Surface Capture for Broaching Application OMAE Boris Horel, Pierre-Emmanuel Guillerm, Jean-Marc Rousset, Bertrand Alessandrini Ecole Centrale Nantes, Nantes, France cfd and ViV 8-7 FLT: VIM Tuesday June 11 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Juan B. Villa Wanderley, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Fahd Fathi, Shell Global Solutions, Netherlands VIM Testing of a Paired Column Semi Submersible OMAE Jun Zou 1 Philip Poll 1 Dominique Roddier 2 Nathan Tom 3 Antoine Peiffer 3 1. Houston Offshore Engineering, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Marine Innovation & Technology, Berkeley, CA, USA; 3. Marine Innovation & Technology, Oakland, CA, USA CFD Simulation for Vortex Induced Motions of a Multi-Column Floating Platform OMAE Jaime Hui Choo Tan 1 Allan Magee 1 Jang Whan Kim 2 Yih Jeng Teng 1 NorBahrain Ahmad Zukni 1 1. Technip, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 2. Technip, Houston, TX, USA Numerical Analysis on Flow Interaction of Four-Column Structures OMAE Bo Wu 1 Quanming Miao 2 Xiaofeng Kuang 1 1. CSSRC (China Ship Scientific Research Center), Wuxi, China; 2. Richtech International, Shanghai, China Prediction and Screening of Truss Spar VIM with CFD OMAE Yiannis Constantinides 1 Owen Oakley, Jr Chevron Energy Technology Company, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Retired, Alamo, CA, USA cfd and ViV 8-11 Risers and Pipelines: VIV, Free Spans Tuesday June 11 R0 - Room Three 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Samuel Holmes, Redwing Engineering, USA Session Co-Chair: Themis Resvanis, MIT, USA Fatigue Analysis of Free Spanning Pipelines Subjected to Vortex Induced Vibrations OMAE Filip Van den Abeele 1 Frédérique Boël 1 Mike Hill 2 1. Fugro GeoConsulting Belgium, Brussels, Belgium; 2. Shell Exploration and Production, Houston, TX, USA A Numerical Simulation Procedure for Vortex-induced Vibration of Pipelines with Free Spans OMAE Raphael I. Tsukada, Celso Mooroka University of Campinas, Campinas, SP, Brazil Numerical Tool for Automatic Identification of Free Spans on Submarine Pipelines OMAE Bruno M. Jacovazzo 1 Breno Jacob 2 1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. LAMCSO - COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Synthesis and Optimization of Submarine Pipeline Routes Considering VIV-Induced Fatigue on Free Spans OMAE Juliana S. Baioco 1 Juan P. I. Blanco 1 Bruno M. Jacovazzo 1 Carl H. Albrecht 1 Beatriz S. L. P. Lima 1 Breno Jacob 2 Carlos O. Cardoso 3 Djalene M. Rocha 3 1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. LAMCSO - COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil 46

49 tuesday, 10:30 12:00 Ocean renewable energy 9-8 Wind Energy - III Tuesday June 11 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Lance Manuel, University of Texas at Austin, USA Session Co-Chair: Marc Cahay, Technip France, France Optimal Vibration Control of Floating Wind Turbines in the Presence of Nonlinearities OMAE Roberto Ramos Federal University of ABC (UFABC), Santo André, SP, Brazil A Method for Modeling of Floating Vertical Axis Wind Turbine OMAE Kai Wang 1, 2 Torgeir Moan 2 Martin O.L. Hansen 3 1. NOWITECH, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Centre for Ships and Ocean Structures (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway; 3. Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark State-Space Realization of the Wave-Radiation Force within FAST OMAE Tiago Duarte 1 Marco Alves 2 Jason Jonkman 3 Antonio J. N. A. Sarmento 1 1. Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal; 2. Wave Energy Centre, Lisboa, Portugal; 3. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, USA Dynamic Response Analysis of a Floating Offshore Wind Turbine During Severe Typhoon Event OMAE Tomoaki Utsunomiya 1 Iku Sato 2 Shigeo Yoshida 3 Hiroshi Ookubo 4 Shigesuke Ishida 5 1. Department Civil and Earth Resources Engineering, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan; 2. Toda Corporation, Tokyo, Japan; 3. Hitachi, Ltd., Hitachi, Japan; 4. Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co., Ltd., Futtsu, Japan; 5. National Maritime Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan Ocean renewable energy 9-9 Wave Energy - III Tuesday June 11 Great Gallery - Room One 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Pierpaolo Ricci, Global Maritime Consultancy, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Patrick Lorenz, Maine Maritime Academy, USA Model Test of the Aker Wave Energy Converter Concept OMAE Svein Ersdal, Anders M Moe Aker Solutions AS, Fornebu, Norway Coupled Multi-Phase CFD and Transient Mooring Analysis of the Floating Wave Energy Converter OWEL OMAE Rachel Nicholls-Lee, Adam Walker, Simon Hindley, Richard Argall Mojo Maritime Ltd, Falmouth, United Kingdom An Experimental Study of the Hydrodynamic Effects of Marine Growth on Wave Energy Converters OMAE Roxana Tiron 1 Sarah Gallagher 1 Kenneth Doherty 2 Emmanuel Reynaud 3 Frederic Dias 1 Fionn Mallon 1 Trevor Whittaker 4 1. University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland; 2. Aquamarine Power Ltd., Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 3. School of Biology & Environmental Science UCD, Dublin, Ireland; 4. Queen s University, Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom A Detailed Investigation of the Nearshore Wave Climate and the Nearshore Wave Energy Resource on the West Coast of Ireland OMAE Sarah Gallagher, Roxana Tiron, Frederic Dias University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland Petroleum technology symposium 11-7 Subsurface Storage, Containment and Geological Carbon Sequestration Tuesday June 11 Room K/L 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Romildo Toledo Filho, COPPE/UFRJ, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Mileva Radonjic, Louisiana State University, USA Session Co-Chair: Analia Vasques, Buenos Aires University, Argentina Development of a New Physical Model for Experimental Assessment of Expandable Casing Technology Effect on Wellbore Cement Integrity OMAE Darko Kupresan 1 Tao Tao 1 James Heathman 2 Mileva Radonjic 1 1. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, USA; 2. Shell International Exploration and Production Inc., Houston, TX, USA Modeling Pozzolanic Systems for Subsurface Cementitious Systems OMAE Eduardus Koenders 1, 2 Camila Aparecida Abelha Rocha 1 Romildo Toledo Filho 3 Neven Ukrainczyk 2 1. UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands; 3. COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Cementitious Sealing Material: 3D Digital Image Based Characterization of Pore Size Distribution and Modeling of Transport Properties OMAE Neven Ukrainczyk 1 Eduardus Koenders 2, 1 Klaas van Breugel 1 1. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands; 2. UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Carbon Dioxide Uptake by Concrete Modified with Carbon Nanotube OMAE Mariano Escobar, Analia Vasques, Adrian Di Paolo University of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics 12-5 Coupled Potential Flow/CFD Models Tuesday June 11 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: David le Touzé, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France Validation of a Hybrid Code Combining Potential and Viscous Flow with Application to 3D Moonpool OMAE Trygve Kristiansen, Thomas Sauder, Reza Firoozkoohi MARINTEK, Trondheim, Norway Variational Finite Element Method for Nonlinear Gravity Water Waves OMAE Elena Gagarina 1 Vijaya Ambati 2 Jaap van der Vegt 1 Onno Bokhove 1 1. University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands; 2. Twister BV, Enschede, Netherlands Numerical Simulation Method for Damaged Ships under Flooding Condition OMAE Hirotada Hashimoto 1 Kouki Kawamura 1 Makoto Sueyoshi 2 1. Osaka University, Osaka, Japan; 2. Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan Efficient Hybrid-Spectral Model for Fully Nonlinear Numerical Wave Tank OMAE Torben B. Christiansen 1 Allan P. Engsig-Karup 1 Harry B. Bingham 2 Guillaume Ducrozet 3 Pierre Ferrant 3 1. Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark; 2. Technical University of Denmark, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark; 3. LHEEA, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France tuesday, June

50 tuesday, 12:00 15:00 awards LuncheOn 12:00 13:30 great hall The Wave Energy Converter Based on Helmholtz Mode, Inspired by Nature OMAE Yalda Saadat, Reza Ghorbani, Nelson Fernandez University of Hawaii at Manoia, Honolulu, HI, USA tuesday, June 11 concurrent sessions 13:30 15:00 Offshore technology 1-9 Mooring and Anchoring I Tuesday June 11 Great Gallery - Room Two 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Flavia Rezende, Bureau Veritas do Brasil, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Frank Lange, Shell Global Solutions International B.V., Netherlands Studies on Vertical Bearing Capacity of Composite Multi-bucket Structure in Sandy Sand OMAE ShuCheng Jin 1 YanHua Yang 1 Yongtao Zhang 2 QiHe Wu 1 1. Technology Center of CCCC Second Harbour Engineering Company LTD, Wuhan, China; 2. Key Lab of Large-span Bridge Construction Technology, Ministry of Communications, PRC, Wuhan, China Efficient Mooring Line Fatigue Analysis Using a Hybrid Method Time Domain Simulation Scheme OMAE Niels Christiansen 1 Per Erlend Voie 2 Nils Sødahl 3 Jan Høgsberg 4 1. DNV Denmark, Hellerup, Denmark; 2. Det Norske Veritas AS, Trondheim, Norway; 3. Det Norske Veritas AS, Høvik/Oslo, Norway; 4. Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark Mooring Optimization of Offshore Exploitation Systems using an Improved Particle Swarm Optimization Method OMAE Bruno F. Monteiro 1 Mauro Henrique A. Lima Junior 1 Carl H. Albrecht 1 Beatriz S. L. P. Lima 1 Breno Jacob 2 1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. LAMCSO - COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Semi-Coupled Scheme for the Analysis of Floating Production Systems OMAE Fabrício Correa 1 Breno Jacob 2 1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. LAMCSO - COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Offshore technology 1-16 Model Testing III Tuesday June 11 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Hans Cozijn, MARIN, Netherlands Session Co-Chair: Hermione Van Zutphen, Shell Global Solutions Malaysia, Malaysia Improving 3-D Variational Stereo Reconstruction of Oceanic Sea States by Camera Calibration Refinement OMAE Ping-Chang Shih 1 Guillermo Gallego 2 Anthony Yezzi 1 Francesco Fedele 1 1. Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA; 2. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain An Auxiliary Thruster for Free-running Model Ship Test OMAE Yoshiaki Tsukada, Michio Ueno, Hideki Miyazaki, Tadanori Takimoto National Maritime Research Institute, Mitaka, Japan structures, safety and reliability 2-19 Extreme and Freak Waves III Tuesday June 11 Room G/H 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Kevin Ewans, Sarawak Shell Berhad, Malaysia Session Co-Chair: Elzbieta Maria Bitner- Gregersen, Det Norske Veritas, Norway Statistics of Extreme Wind Speeds and Wave Heights by the Bivariate ACER Method OMAE Arvid Naess 1 Oleh Karpa 2 1. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Centre for Ships and Ocean Structures (CeSOS) of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway Global Trends in Extreme Wind Speed and Wave Height OMAE Ian Young 1 Stefan Zieger 2 Jayaratnam Vinoth 2 Alexander Babanin 2 1. Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia; 2. Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, VIC, Australia The Extremal Dependence of Storm Severity, Wind Speed and Surface Level Pressure in the Northern North Sea OMAE Ross Towe 1 Emma Eastoe 1 Jonathan Tawn 1 Yanyun Wu 2 Philip Jonathan 2 1. Lancaster University, Lancaster, United Kingdom; 2. Shell Statistics & Chemometrics, Thornton, United Kingdom Modelling Covariate Effects in Extremes of Storm Severity on the Australian North West Shelf OMAE David Randell 1 Yanyun Wu 2 Kevin Ewans 3 Philip Jonathan 4 1. Shell Global Solutions, Chester, United Kingdom; 2. Shell Statistics & Chemometrics, Thornton, United Kingdom; 3. Sarawak Shell Berhad, Miri, Malaysia; 4. Shell Statistics & Chemometrics, Chester, United Kingdom structures, safety and reliability 2-37 Reliability of Marine Structures II Tuesday June 11 R2 - Room Five 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Luis Volnei Sagrilo, PEC/COPPE/UFRJ, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Zakoua Guédé, IFREMER, France Overturning Reliability Analysis of Jack-up Platforms Using Spreadsheet OMAE Sirous Yasseri 1 Roohlah Mahani 2 1. Safe Sight Technology, Surbiton, United Kingdom; 2. Smart Petroleum, Surbiton, United Kingdom Reliability Evaluation of an Offshore Platform with Partial Porous Cylinders Due to Wave and Seismic Forces OMAE Min-Su Park, Youn-Ju Jeong, Young-Jun You, Jae-Hyun Park Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Goyang, Korea On Safety and Reliability for Platforms that are Unmanned During Severe Storms OMAE Øistein Hagen, Gunnar Solland Det Norske Veritas, Hovik, Norway 48

51 tuesday, 13:30 15:00 A New Method for Environmental Contours in Marine Structural Design OMAE Arne B. Huseby, Erik Vanem, Bent Natvig University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway Materials technology 3-14 Fatigue Assessment and Control II Tuesday June 11 Centre des Expositions 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Xiaozhi Wang, American Bureau Of Shipping (ABS), USA Session Co-Chair: Pedro Vargas, Chevron Energy Technology Company, USA Study on Weld Fatigue Evaluation Under Sour Service Environment Using Battelle Structural Stress Method OMAE Jeong (J. K.) Hong, Thomas P. Forte Battelle, Columbus, OH, USA Fatigue Qualification of Heavy Wall Line Pipe and Girth Weld for High Pressure Applications OMAE Philippe Darcis 1 Noe Mota-Solis 2 Enrique Garcia 2 Israel Marines 2 Hector Manuel Quintanilla-Carmona 2 Wan Kan 3 Rupak Ghosh 4 Tyler J. Visco 4 1. TenarisDalmine, Dalmine, Italy; 2. Tenaris Tamsa, Veracruz, VER, Mexico; 3. Exxon Mobil, Houston, TX, USA; 4. ExxonMobil Development Company, Houston, TX, USA Fatigue of Risers and Pipeline Girth Welds OMAE Agnes Marie Horn 1 Stig Wästberg 1 Roger Cordes 2 1. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway; 2. Stress Engineering Services, Inc, Houston, TX, USA Fatigue Assessment of Threaded Segment Specimens Based on the Weakest Link Theory OMAE Arne Fjeldstad 1 Anders Wormsen 2 Finn Kirkemo 3 1. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway; 2. FMC Kongsberg Subsea AS, Kongsberg, Norway; 3. Statoil, Tranby, Norway Pipeline and riser technology 4-33 Design and Analysis V Tuesday June 11 Room VIP 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Joe Jin, ExxonMobil Development Company, USA Session Co-Chair: Marcelo Igor Lourenço, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Tension Loss of Hydro-Pneumatic Riser Tensioners OMAE Songcheng Li 1 Mike Campbell 1 Hugh Howells 2 John Orsak H Offshore Inc, Houston, TX, USA; 2. 2H Offshore Engineering Ltd, Woking, United Kingdom Drilling Riser Analysis During Installation of a Wellhead Equipment OMAE Lucas C. Sevillano, Celso Mooroka, José R. P. Mendes, Kazuo Miura State University of Campinas UNICAMP, Campinas, SP, Brazil Optimisation of Conductor System Design to Minimise Wellhead Fatigue Issues OMAE Dara Williams, Kevin Purcell MCS Kenny, Galway, Ireland Drilling Riser Design and Analysis for Deepwater Applications OMAE Yongming Cheng, Tao Qi Richtech International Engineering Inc, Houston, TX, USA Pipeline and riser technology 4-34 Mechanics of Riser and Pipelines IV Tuesday June 11 R0 - Room Four 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Howard Wang, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company, USA Session Co-Chair: Mike Campbell, 2H Offshore Inc, USA A Model Experiment of a Free Standing Riser in the Deep-Sea Basin OMAE Marcio Yamamoto 1 Sotaro Masanobu 1 Satoru Takano 1 Shigeo Kanada 1 Tomo Fujiwara 1 Takayuki Asanuma 2 1. National Maritime Research Institute, Higashi-Murayama-shi, Tokyo-to, Japan; 2. Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation, Chiba-shi, Japan VIV Analysis of Deep Water Steel Catenary Riser Within Pull Tube OMAE Lun Qiu, Li Lee MCS Kenny, Houston, TX, USA VIV Responses of a Subsea Jumper in Uniform Currents OMAE Howard Wang 1 Jerry Huang 1 Paulo Gioielli 2 Wan Kan 3 Don Spencer 4 Mohammed Islam 5 Sungho Lee 1 1. ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company, Houston, TX, USA; 2. ExxonMobil Development Company, Houston, TX, USA; 3. Exxon Mobil, Houston, TX, USA; 4. Oceanic, St. John s, NL, Canada; 5. Oceanic Consulting Corporation, St. John s, NL, Canada Loop Formation in Catenary Risers on Installation Conditions: a Comparison of Statics and Dynamics OMAE Alfredo Gay Neto, Paulo Pimenta, Clovis Martins University of Sao Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil Ocean space utilization 5-3 Aquaculture and Related Technology I Tuesday June 11 Room J 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Arne Fredheim, SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture, Norway Session Co-Chair: Shixiao Fu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China Oscillation of a Net Panel with Bending Stiffness OMAE Østen Jensen, Lars Gansel, Martin Føre, Karl Johan Reite, Jørgen Haavind Jensen, Per Christian Endresen SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture, Trondheim, Norway Deformation of Nets with Bending Stiffness Normal to Uniform Currents OMAE Lars Gansel, Østen Jensen, Per Christian Endresen, Martin Føre SINTEF Fisheries and aquaculture, Trondheim, Norway Experimental Study On the Interaction Between the Net And the Weight System For a Gravity Type Fish Farm OMAE Pål Lader 1 David Kristiansen 1 Østen Jensen 1 David W. Fredriksson 2 1. SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture, Trondheim, Norway; 2. United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD, USA Dynamic Analysis of Aquaculture Fish Cages in Irregular Waves OMAE Li Li 1 Shixiao Fu 1 Li Runpei 2 1. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China; 2. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, State Key Lab of Ocean Engineering, Shanghai, China tuesday, June

52 tuesday, 13:30 15:00 tuesday, June 11 Ocean engineering 6-2 Wave Mechanics and Wave Effects I Tuesday June 11 Room I 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Christian Schmittner, MARIN, Netherlands Session Co-Chair: Markus Brühl, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Leichtweiß-Institute for Hydraulic Engineering, Germany Parameterization for Nonlinearity of Random Waves Over Slopes OMAE Hongzhou Chen, Guo-hai Dong, Yu-xiang Ma Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China Investigation of the Effects on Benjamin-Feir Instability by Uniform Currents OMAE Yu-xiang Ma, Guo-hai Dong, Xiao-Zhou Ma Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China Current Situation and Difficulty of Wave Forecast from Viewpoint of Ship Management OMAE Kenji Sasa 1 Daisuke Terada 2 Shigeaki Shiotani 3 Nobukazu Wakabayashi 3 Teruo Ohsawa 3 1. Department of Maritime Science, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan; 2. National Research Institute of Fisheries Engineering, Kamisu, Japan; 3. Kobe University, Kobe, Japan Internal Wave Soliton Passage Simulation During Offloading OMAE Wei Xu 1 Yile Li 2 Arjan Voogt 1 1. MARIN USA, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Shell Intl Exploration & Production Inc, Houston, TX, USA Ocean engineering 6-12 Marine Environmental Engineering Tuesday June 11 R2 - Room Six 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Yangyang Gao, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Session Co-Chair: Lixin Zhao, Northeast Petroleum University, China Noise Prediction and Control of Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) OMAE Keun-Bok Song, Hyung-Taek Kim, Sung-Hoon Kim, Won-Ho Joo Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd., Ulsan, Korea Study of Pollution Transport Based on a Dynamical System Theory in Xiangshan Bay, China OMAE Songlin Han, Shuxiu Liang, Zhaochen Sun Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China Ocean Turbulent Mixing in Northern Bohai Strait, China OMAE Shuxiu Liang, Zhaochen Sun, Songlin Han, Hongqiang Yin, Bo Bai Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China cfd and ViV 8-8 FLT: CFD Applications - Ship Roll and Control Tuesday June 11 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Stephen Cosgrove, Altair Engineering Inc., USA Session Co-Chair: Prashant Soni, DNV, Norway Roll Damping Decay of a FPSO with Bilge Keel OMAE Gustavo O.G. Avalos 1 Juan Wanderley 1 Antonio Carlos Fernandes 2 1. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. COPPE - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Use of Overset Mesh to Allow Dynamic Deflection of Tight-Fitting Control Surfaces in CFD Simulations OMAE Ryan G. Coe, Wayne L. Neu Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA Roll Decay Model Test of a Post Panamax Container Ship Experimental and Numerical Analysis OMAE Henry Piehl, Ould el Moctar University Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany Evaluation of Forces on Bilge Keels in Oscillating Flow using CFD OMAE Hongmei Yan 1 Yiannis Constantinides 1 Guangyu Wu 1 Robert Seah 1 Owen Oakley, Jr Chevron Energy Technology Company, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Retired, Alamo, CA, USA cfd and ViV 8-12 Riser Experiments and Empirical Modeling Tuesday June 11 R0 - Room Three 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Rajeev K. Jaiman, National University of Singapore, Singapore Session Co-Chair: Michael Bernitsas, University of Michigan, USA Time Domain Analysis Approach for Riser Vortex-Induced Vibration Based on Forced Vibration Test Data OMAE Kunpeng Wang, Wenyong Tang, Hongxiang Xue Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China A Model Scale Experimental Investigation on Vortex-Self Induced Vibrations (VSIV) of Catenary Risers OMAE Felipe R. Pereira 1 Rodolfo T. Gonçalves 1 Celso Pesce 1 André Luís Condino Fujarra 2 Guilherme R. Franzini 1 Pedro L. F. Mendes 3 1. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. University of Sao Paulo, Guararema, SP, Brazil; 3. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Vortex-Induced Vibration of Circular Cylinder with Two Degrees of Freedom: Computational Fluid Dynamics vs. Reduced-Order Models OMAE Enhao Wang, Qing Xiao, Narakorn Srinil, Hossein Zanganeh University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom A Power Equation Model for Vortex-Induced Vibration of Circular Cylinder OMAE Wei Qin 1 Zhuang Kang 1 Ruxin Song 2 Liping Sun 2 Ying Wu 1 1. Harbin Engineering University, Heilongjiang, China; 2. Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China Ocean renewable energy 9-10 Current Energy - III Tuesday June 11 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Madasamy Arockiasamy, Florida Atlantic University, USA Session Co-Chair: Erik ter Brake, Houlder Ltd, United Kingdom Ocean Power Generator Using Flexible Piezoelectric Device OMAE Hidemi Mutsuda, Ryuta Watanabe, Shota Azuma, Yoshikazu Tanaka, Yasuaki Doi Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan Energy Extraction by Flexible Flapping Twin Wing OMAE Wendi Liu, Qing Xiao University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom 50

53 tuesday, 13:30 15:30 Numerical Simulation of Flow Motion around Horizontal Tidal Turbine OMAE Yuxuan Peng, Jisheng Zhang, Chao Zhou, Jinhai Zheng Hohai University, Nanjing, China Strength Optimization of Tidal Turbine Rotor Blades OMAE Pengfei Liu 1 Brian Veitch 2 1. National Research Council of Canada, St John s, NL, Canada; 2. Memorial University, St. John s, NL, Canada Ocean renewable energy 9-11 Wind Energy - IV Tuesday June 11 Great Gallery - Room One 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Krish Thiagarajan, University of Maine, USA Session Co-Chair: Amy N. Robertson, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA Development of Turbine Access System OMAE Erik ter Brake 1 Frederic Perdrix 1 Andy Clegg 2 1. Houlder Ltd, London, United Kingdom; 2. Industry Systems and Controls Ltd, Glasgow, United Kingdom Performance and Characteristics of Take-Off Power of a Vertical Axis Marine Turbine with Variable-Pitch Blades OMAE Tomoki Ikoma 1 Koichi Masuda 1 Yasunori Nakamura 1 Chang-Kyu Rheem 2 Hisaaki Maeda 3 1. Nihon University, Funabashi, Japan; 2. University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; 3. Nihon University, Tokyo, Japan An Experimental Investigation of Scale Effects on Offshore Wind Turbine Blades OMAE Chittiappa Muthanna, Jan H. Visscher, Tale F. Egeberg MARINTEK, Trondheim, Norway Random Wave Forces on Monopile Wind Turbine Foundations: a Comparison of Wave Models OMAE Xiangyuan Zheng Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China Petroleum technology symposium Subsurface Storage, Containment and Geological Carbon Sequestration Tuesday June 11 Room K/L 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Romildo Toledo Filho, COPPE/UFRJ, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Analia Vasques, Buenos Aires University, Argentina Session Co-Chair: Mileva Radonjic, Louisiana State University, USA Carbon Dioxide Sequestration in Portland Cement Paste Modified with Cellulose Microcrystalline OMAE Catalina Gómez Hoyos, Analia Vasques Buenos Aires University, Buenos Aires, Argentina Uniaxial and Triaxial Stress-Strain Behaviour of Ductile Cement Pastes Reinforced With Wollastonite Microfibers OMAE Fabrício Vitorino, Romildo Toledo Filho COPPE-UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Effects of the Presence of Co2 at the Well/Caprock Interface: Crystallization Damage OMAE Diego Manzanal, Jean-Michel Pereira Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Champs-sur-Marne, France Nano-scale Characterisation of Shale CaprockAcidic Brine Interaction OMAE Abiola Olabode, Mileva Radonjic Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, USA Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics Special Problems Tuesday June 11 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Wei Qiu, Memorial University, Canada Session Co-Chair: Joel Sena Sales Jr, LabOceano/COPPE/ UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Offshore geotechnics 10-4 Pile Foundations Tuesday June 11 Room B/C 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Sangchul Bang, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, USA Laterally Loaded Piles With Wings: In-Situ Testing With Cyclic Loading From Varying Directions OMAE Christina Rudolph, Jürgen Grabe Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg, Germany Drilling Technologies for Offshore Foundation Engineering OMAE Giovanni Spagnoli, Leonhard Weixler BAUER Maschinen GmbH, Schrobenhausen, Germany Driveability Analysis Techniques for Offshore Pile Installations OMAE Scott Webster 1 Brent Robinson 2 1. GRL Engineers, Inc., Charlotte, NC, USA; 2. GRL Engineers, Inc., Solon, OH, USA Statistical Methods for Prediction of Characteristic Loads for Free Fall Lifeboats Based on CFD Screening Results OMAE Vidar Tregde 1 Arne Nestegård 2 1. UMOE Mandal, Mandal, Norway; 2. Det Norske Veritas, Oslo, Norway Hydrodynamics Simulation and Optimization of an Oil Skimmer OMAE Shaoyu Ni 1 Wei Qiu 1 An ran Zhang 1 David Prior 2 1. Memorial University, St. John s, NL, Canada; 2. Extreme Spill Technology, Halifax, NS, Canada A Numerical Parameter Study on Current Forces on Circular Aquaculture Net Cages OMAE Trygve Kristiansen MARINTEK, Trondheim, Norway A Two-Dimensional Approximation of a Floating Fish Farm in Waves and Current with the Effect of Snap Loads OMAE Mohsen Bardestani, Odd M. Faltinsen Centre for Ships and Ocean Structures(CeSOS),Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway tuesday, June 11 Optimizing Pile Driving Fatigue for Offshore Foundations in Very Dense Sand: A Case Study OMAE Erdem Ozsu 1 An-Ninh Ta 2 Bruno Stuyts 1 Christophe Jaeck 1 1. Cathie Associates, Diegem, Belgium; 2. Cathie Associates, Nanterre, France refreshment BreaK 15:00 15:30 great hall 51

54 tuesday, 15:30 17:30 tuesday, June 11 concurrent sessions 15:30 17:30 Offshore technology 1-19 LNG Challenges Tuesday June 11 Great Gallery - Room Two 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Mamoun Naciri, Single Buoy Moorings Inc, Monaco Session Co-Chair: Krish Thiagarajan, University of Maine, USA Research on the Coupling Effects Between Ship Motions and Sloshing OMAE Wenhua Zhao 1 Jianmin Yang 1 Longfei Xiao 1 Tao Peng 1 Hao Huang 2 1. Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai, China; 2. DNV Software, Region Asia Pacific, Shanghai, China Evaluation of Directional Analysis Methods for Low-Frequency Waves to Predict LNGC Motion Response in Nearshore Areas OMAE Sanne van Essen 1 Arne van der Hout 2 Rene Huijsmans 3 Olaf Waals 1 1. MARIN, Wageningen, Netherlands; 2. Deltares, Delft, Netherlands; 3. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands Experimental and Numerical Investigations Into the Station Keeping and the Offloading Performances of Hyundai LNG-FPSO OMAE In-Hye Lee, Moon-Kyu Park, Joong-Soo Moon, Woo-Seung Sim, Hyun-Soo Shin Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd., Ulsan, Korea Gap Effects at Side-by-Side LNG-Transfer Operations OMAE Günther Clauss, Matthias Dudek, Daniel Testa Technical University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany Review of Hydrodynamic and Nautical Studies for Offshore LNG Operations OMAE Jaap de Wilde, Johan Dekker MARIN, Wageningen, Netherlands Offshore technology 1-20 Risk Mitigation Tuesday June 11 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Denby Morrison, Shell International E & P, USA Modifications of the PSA Regulations Based on Case Studies of Stability Accidents OMAE Arne Kvitrud Petroleum Safety Authority, Stavanger, Norway Investigation of the Mighty Servant 3 Accident by a Progressive Flooding Method OMAE Hendrik Dankowski, Hendrik Dilger Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg, Germany Online Safety Monitor Design of the Jacket Platform Based on Structural Members Failure Study OMAE Yuwang Xu 1 Shixiao Fu 1 Qian Zhong 1 Dixia Fan 1 Yu Zhang 1 Li Runpei 2 1. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China; 2. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, State Key Lab of Ocean Engineering, Shanghai, China A Possible Failure Mode for Leeward Mooring Lines on a Floating Storage Unit OMAE Vegard Aksnes 1 Terje Nybø 2 Halvor Lie 1 1. MARINTEK, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Statoil ASA, Bergen, Norway structures, safety and reliability 2-20 Probabilistic Response Modelling I Tuesday June 11 Room G/H 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: G. Najafian, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Puneet Agarwal, Stress Engineering Services Inc, USA Prediction of Ship Response Statistics in Extreme Seas Using Model Test Data and Numerical Simulations Based on the Rankine Panel Method OMAE Bingjie Guo, Elzbieta Maria Bitner-Gregersen, Hui Sun, Jens Bloch Helmers Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway Modelling Long-Term Trends in Significant Wave Height and Its Potential Impacts on Ship Structural Loads OMAE Erik Vanem 1 Elzbieta Maria Bitner-Gregersen 2 1. University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway; 2. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway Lifting Operation Simulation of a Dynamic-position Crane Vessel OMAE Shangmao Ai, Liping Sun, Chuanyun Cheng Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China Estimation of Short Term Probability Distributions of Wave Induced Loads Acting on a Cruise Vessel in Extreme Seas OMAE Nuno Fonseca, Suresh Rajendran, Carlos Guedes Soares Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal structures, safety and reliability 2-38 Reliability of Marine Structures III Tuesday June 11 R2 - Room Five 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Øistein Hagen, Det Norske Veritas, Norway Session Co-Chair: Ying Min Low, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Reliability and Robustness Based Design Attributes for Multi-Criteria Decision Making OMAE Vedran Zanic, Karlo Piric, Stanislav Kitarovic University of Zegreb / Faculty of ME and NAVAL ARCH., Zagreb, Croatia Assessment of Fatigue Reliability for Jacket-Type Offshore Platforms Considering Dynamic Behavior OMAE Mohammad Reza Khedmati 1 Philippe Rigo 2 Amirouche Amrane 3 Masoud Nazari 1 1. Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran; 2. University of Liège, Liège, Belgium; 3. ANATS - University of Liège, Liège, Belgium Stress Concentration Factors of Damaged FPSO Side Panels under Cyclic Loads OMAE Ilson Pasqualino 1, 2 Bianca Pinheiro 1, 2 Carolina Ferreira 2 1. COPPE, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Structural Reliability Based Design and Assessment Acceptance Criteria Development for Fixed Offshore Platforms in South China Sea Under Extreme Storm Conditions OMAE Linbin Li, Ping Li, Yuan Liu China Classification Society, Beijing, China 52

55 tuesday, 15:30 17:30 Materials technology 3-10 Residual Stresses Tuesday June 11 Centre des Expositions 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Myung Hyun Kim, Pusan National University, Korea (Republic) Session Co-Chair: Xin Wang, Carleton University, Canada Measurement and Modelling of Residual Stresses in Offshore Circumferential Welds OMAE Yanhui Zhang 1 Simon Smith 1 Liwu Wei 1 Carol Johnston 1 Alexander Stacey 2 1. TWI Ltd, Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2. Health & Safety Executive, London, United Kingdom Non-destructive Measurement of Residual Stresses by an Ultrasonic Method OMAE Jacob Kleiman, Yuri Kudryavtsev, Volodimir Smilenko Structural Integrity Technologies Inc., Markham, ON, Canada Evaluation of Residual Stresses in Steel-to- Nickel Dissimilar Joints OMAE Kasra Sotoudeh 1 Shu Yan Zhang 2 Elvin Eren 1 Saurabh Kabra 3 Marcio Milititsky 1 Mike F. Gittos 1 1. TWI Ltd., Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2. Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxford, United Kingdom; 3. STFC Rutherford Appelton Laboratory, Didcot, United Kingdom Residual Stresses Measurement in Various Joint Weldments OMAE Xavier Ficquet, Sayeed Hossain, Ed Kingston Veqter Limited, Bristol, United Kingdom Neutron Diffraction Measurement of Weld Residual Stresses in an UOE Linepipe Subjected to Mechanical Expansion OMAE Shuwen Wen 1 Hongbiao Dong 2 Shu Yan Zhang 3 Adam Bannister 1 Martin Connelly 4 1. Tata Steel R D & T, Rotherham, United Kingdom; 2. University of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom; 3. Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxford, United Kingdom; 4. Tata Steel Tubes Europe, Hartlepool, United Kingdom Pipeline and riser technology 4-12 Mechanics of Riser and Pipelines II Tuesday June 11 R0 - Room Four 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Ali Limam, INSA Session Co-Chair: Segen Estefen, COPPE/ FURJ Wrinkling of Lined Steel Pipes Under Bending OMAE Daniel Vasilikis, Spyros A. Karamanos University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece Wrinkling Failure of Lined Pipe Under Bending OMAE Lin Yuan, Stelios Kyriakides University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA Material Testing for the Prediction of the Effect of Deformation and Aging Thermal Treatments on Collapse Resistance of UOE Pipes OMAE Santiago Serebrinsky 1 Luciano Mantovano 1 Fabio Arroyo 2 Martin Valdez 1 Hugo Ernst 3 Ronaldo Silva 2 1. Tenaris, Campana, Argentina; 2. Tenaris Confab, Pindamonhangaba, SP, Brazil; 3. Tenaris-siderca, Campana, Argentina Effect of Forming on Behavior of UOE Pipe Material OMAE Santiago Serebrinsky 1 Fabio Arroyo 2 Martin Valdez 1 Ronaldo Silva 2 1. Tenaris, Campana, Argentina; 2. Tenaris Confab, Pindamonhangaba, SP, Brazil Qualification of UOE SAWL Linepipes with Enhanced Collapse Resistance for Ultra Deepwater Applications OMAE Fabio Arroyo 1 Rafael Solano 2 Luciano Mantovano 3 Fabio Azevedo 4 Helio Alves 4 Doug Swanek 5 Ronaldo Silva 1 Hugo Ernst 6 1. Tenaris Confab, Pindamonhangaba, SP, Brazil; 2. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. Tenaris, Campana, Argentina; 4. DNV, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 5. C-FER Technologies, Edmonton, AB, Canada; 6. Tenaris-siderca, Campana, Argentina Further Developments on the Improved Collapse Pressure of Impanded Pipe for Deep Water Applications OMAE Thilo Reichel 1 Vitaliy Pavlyk 1 Ivan Aretov 1 Stelios Kyriakides 2 1. Eisenbau Krämer GmbH, Kreuztal, Germany; 2. University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA Pipeline and riser technology 4-17 Design and Analysis III Tuesday June 11 Room VIP 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Vincent Olunloyo, University of Lagos, Nigeria Session Co-Chair: Philip Cooper, INTECSEA Optimisation of Steel Catenary Risers OMAE Per Erlend Voie 1 Nils Sødahl 2 1. Det Norske Veritas AS, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Det Norske Veritas AS, Høvik/Oslo, Norway Lazy-Wave Catenary Risers: Scaling Factors and Analytical Approximation of the Static Stress Range in the Touchdown Zone OMAE Lucile M. Quéau, Mehrdad Kimiaei, Mark Randolph Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems, University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, Australia A Comparison of Coupled and Uncoupled Dynamic Analysis for the Flexible Riser in Shallow Water OMAE Yuho Rho, Chul Hee Jo, Doyoub Kim Inha University, Inchoen, Korea Dynamic Structural Analysis of a Large Diameter Riser Consisted of Laminated Composite Material with Hybrid Numerical Scheme OMAE Dongho Jung 1 Hyeonju Kim 1 Moonho Tak 2 Kyungjae Lee 2 Taehyo Park 2 1. Maritime & Ocean Engineering Research Institute (KIOST), Daejeon, Korea; 2. Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea A Comparison Study of Improved SCR Response for HVS Semisubmersible OMAE Xiaoning Jing 1 Roger Qian 2 Yongming Cheng 2 Kostas Lambrakos 1 Jim O sullivan 3 James Ermon 1 1. Technip, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Richtech International Engineering Inc, Houston, TX, USA; 3. Technip, USA, Houston, TX, USA Ocean space utilization 5-4 Aquaculture and Related Technology II Tuesday June 11 Room J 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Arne Fredheim, SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture, Norway Session Co-Chair: Shixiao Fu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China Tank Model Testing on the Fish Cage Installed in Variable Depths in Current and Waves OMAE Daisuke Kitazawa, Hiroki Shimizu, Yoichi Mizukami Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan tuesday, June

56 tuesday, 15:30 17:30 tuesday, June 11 Self-Submersible SPM Cage Simulation in Regular Waves with Oblique Currents OMAE Mohamed Shainee 1 Judson DeCew 2 Bernt Leira 1 Harald Ellingsen 1 Arne Fredheim 3 1. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 2. University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA; 3. SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture, Trondheim, Norway Temporary-Creep and Post-Creep Properties of Aquaculture Netting Materials with UHMWPE Fibres OMAE Heidi Moe-Føre, Per Christian Endresen, Østen Jensen SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture, Trondheim, Norway Effects of a Shielding Skirt for Prevention of Sea Lice on the Flow Past Stocked Salmon Fish Cages OMAE Kevin Frank, Lars Gansel, Andreas Myskja Lien, Jens Birkevold SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture, Trondheim, Norway Numerical Modeling of Wake Effect on Aquaculture Nets OMAE Per Christian Endresen, Martin Føre, Arne Fredheim, David Kristiansen, Birger Enerhaug SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture, Trondheim, Norway Ocean engineering 6-9 Instrumentation and Measurement and Satellite Observations Tuesday June 11 R2 - Room Six 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Hans Cozijn, MARIN, Netherlands Session Co-Chair: Gus Jeans, Oceanalysis Ltd, United Kingdom Real-Time Network of Weather and Ocean Stations: Public-Private Partnership on In-Situ Measurements in the Gulf of Guinea OMAE Valérie Quiniou-Ramus 1 Rémi Estival 1 Pascal Venzac 2 Jean-Baptiste Cohuet 2 1. TOTAL S.A., Paris, France; 2. Meteo France, Toulouse, France The Use of INS and GPS and the Post-processing Method in Field Measurement of Mega Jacket Launch OMAE Yining Chen, Xin Li, Gang Chen, Jun Li, Ding Zhang Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China Estimation of Critical Platform Integrity Parameters in the Absence of Direct Measurements in the Context of Integrated Marine Monitoring Systems OMAE Soma Maroju 1 Kevin Delaney 2 Christopher Leon 1 Igor Prislin 2 1. BMT Scientific Marine Services, Houston, TX, USA; 2. BMT Scientific Marine Services, Escondido, CA, USA Variability of Extreme Wave Height in the Northeastern Atlantic OMAE Xiangbo Feng 1 M.N. Tsimplis 1 M.J. Yelland 2 G.D. Quartly 3 1. University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom; 2. National Oceanography Centre Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom; 3. Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Plymouth, United Kingdom Ocean engineering 6-22 Wave Mechanics and Wave Effects II Tuesday June 11 Room I 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Gerbrant Van Vledder, BMT Argoss, Netherlands 3D Wave Transformation through Openings in Coastal Structures OMAE Vasiliki Katsardi, Vasiliki K. Tsoukala, Kostas Belibassakis National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece Likelihood-Weighted Method of General Pareto Distribution for Extreme Wave Height Estimation OMAE Ryota Wada, Takuji Waseda University of Tokyo, Kashiwa-shi, Japan Research on Wind Wave Considering Nonlinear Dispersion Effect OMAE Xiejun Shu 1 Peng Hou 2 Hua Zhuang 3 Mingli Zhao 1 1. South China Sea Marine Engineering and Environment Institute, State Oceanic Administration, Guangzhou, China; 2. Scientific Research Institute of Pear River Water Resources Commission, Guangzhou, China; 3. South China Sea Marine Prediction Center of SOA, Guangzhou, China cfd and ViV 8-9 FLT: VIM and Barge Modeling Tuesday June 11 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Prashant Soni, DNV, Norway Session Co-Chair: Stephen Cosgrove, Altair Engineering Inc., USA Guidelines for CFD Simulations of Spar VIM OMAE Charles Lefevre 1 Yiannis Constantinides 2 Jang Whan Kim 3 Mike Henneke 4 Robert Gordon 5 Hyunchul Jang 3 Guangyu Wu 2 1. Det Norske Veritas, Paris, France; 2. Chevron Energy Technology Company, Houston, TX, USA; 3. Technip, Houston, TX, USA; 4. CD-adapco, Tulsa, OK, USA; 5. Det Norske Veritas, Katy, TX, USA CFD and Experimental Analysis of Current Forces of Pusher-Barge Systems OMAE Ana Giulia F. Grassi 1 Rodrigo S. Lavieri 2 Adriano A. P. Pereira 3 Eduardo A. Tannuri 1 1. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. Numerical Offshore Tank (TPN), University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 3. Institute for Technological Research (IPT-SP), São Paulo, SP, Brazil Optimisation of Resistance and Towed Stability of an Offshore Going Barge with CFD OMAE Serge Toxopeus 1, 2 Ko Stroo 3 Bart Muller 1 1. Maritime Research Institute Netherlands, Wageningen, Netherlands; 2. Delft University of Technology, Wageningen, Netherlands; 3. SMIT / Boskalis, Papendrecht, Netherlands CFD Calculations for Free-Surface-Piercing Low Aspect Ratio Circular Cylinder with Solution Verification and Comparison with Experiments OMAE Guilherme Rosetti 1 Guilherme Vaz 2 Martin Hoekstra 2 Rodolfo T. Gonçalves 3 André Luís Condino Fujarra 4 1. USP - TPN, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. Maritime Research Institute Netherlands, Wageningen, Netherlands; 3. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 4. University of Sao Paulo, Guararema, SP, Brazil 54

57 tuesday, 15:30 17:30 cfd and ViV 8-13 Risers and Pipelines: VIV Suppression and Free Spans Tuesday June 11 R0 - Room Three 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Michael Bernitsas, University of Michigan, USA Session Co-Chair: Rajeev K. Jaiman, National University of Singapore, Singapore Selective Surface Roughness to Suppress Flow-Induced Motions of Two Circular Cylinders at 30,000<Re<120,000 OMAE Hongrae Park, Michael Bernitsas, Eun Soo Kim University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA Riser and J-Tube VIV analysis using CFD and FSI for Platform Retrofit Application OMAE David Rubinstein 1 Andrew P. Campbell 1 Rodney Pinna 2 1. WorleyParsons, Cloisters Square, WA, Australia; 2. Intecsea, Perth, WA, Australia FSI Methodology for Analyzing VIV on Subsea Piping Components with Practical Boundary Conditions OMAE Marcus Gamino, Raresh Pascali, Samuel Abankwa University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA Riser VIV Suppression Device Tests for Application to a Southeast Asia TLP OMAE KienMin Yen 1 Allan Magee 1 Shankar Bhat Aramanadka 2 Mohamad Pauzi Abdul Ghani 3 Nasrudin Ismail 3 NorBahrain Ahmad Zukni 1 Adi Maimun Abdul Malik 3 Yih Jeng Teng 1 1. Technip, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 2. Sarawak Shell Bhd., Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 3. Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor Bahru, Malaysia Global-Local Analysis of a Full-Scale Composite Riser During Vortex-Induced Vibration OMAE Chen Yu, Long Bin Tan, Rajeev K. Jaiman, Xiushan Sun, Tong Earn Tay, Vincent Beng Chye Tan National University of Singapore, Singapore Ocean renewable energy 9-12 Wave Energy - IV Tuesday June 11 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Maurizio Collu, Cranfield University, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Antonio Falcao, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal Extreme Sea Conditions in Shallow Water: Estimation Based on In-Situ Measurements OMAE Izan Le Crom 1 Jean-Baptiste Saulnier 2 Yves Perignon 2 Christian Berhault 1 1. Ecole Centrale de Nantes - Projet SEMREV, Le Croisic, France; 2. Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France The Development of an Experimental Force Feedback Dynamometer to Investigate the Real Time Control of an Oscillating Wave Surge Convertor OMAE Daniel Banks, Jos van t Hoff, Kenneth Doherty Aquamarine Power Ltd., Edinburgh, United Kingdom Structural Modeling and Analysis of a Wave Energy Converter Applying Dynamical Substructuring Method OMAE Andrew Zurkinden 1 Zhen Gao 2 Lars Damkilde 1 Torgeir Moan 2 1. Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark; 2. Centre for Ships and Ocean Structures (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway Fatigue Analysis of a Wave Energy Converter Taking Into Account Different Control Strategies OMAE Andrew Zurkinden 1 Søren Heide Lambertsen 1 Lars Damkilde 1 Zhen Gao 2 Torgeir Moan 2 1. Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark; 2. Centre for Ships and Ocean Structures (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway 3D Efficiency Analysis of Cycloidal Wave Energy Converters in Oblique Wave Fields OMAE Casey Fagley 1 Stefan Siegel 1 Jurgen Seidel 1 Christian Schmittner 2 1. Atargis Energy Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO, USA; 2. MARIN, Wageningen, Netherlands Ocean renewable energy 9-13 Wind Energy - V Tuesday June 11 Great Gallery - Room One 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Krish Thiagarajan, University of Maine, USA Session Co-Chair: Jason Jonkman, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA Design and Testing of Scale Model Wind Turbines for Use in Wind/Wave Basin Model Tests of Floating Offshore Wind Turbines OMAE Matthew J. Fowler 1 Richard Kimball 2 Dale A. Thomas III 2 Andrew Goupee 3 1. University of Maine, Orono, ME, USA; 2. Maine Maritime Academy, Castine, ME, USA; 3. University of Maine, Holden, ME, USA Nonlinear Pitch Decay of a Floating Offshore Wind Turbine Structure OMAE Krish Thiagarajan 1 Raul Urbina 2 Wei-ting Hsu 2 1. University of Maine, Bangor, ME, USA; 2. University of Maine, Orono, ME, USA Importance of Second-order Difference-frequency Wave-diffraction Forces in the Validation of a FAST Semisubmersible Floating Wind Turbine Model OMAE Alexander Coulling 1 Andrew Goupee 2 Jason Jonkman 3 Amy N. Robertson 3 1. University of Maine, Orono, ME, USA; 2. University of Maine, Holden, ME, USA; 3. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, USA Summary of Conclusions and Recommendations Drawn from the DeepCwind Scaled Floating Offshore Wind System Test Campaign OMAE Amy N. Robertson 1 Jason Jonkman 1 Andrew Goupee 2 Alexander Coulling 3 Ian Prowell 4 James Browning 5 Marco Masciola 1 Paul Molta 1 1. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, USA; 2. University of Maine, Holden, ME, USA; 3. University of Maine, Orono, ME, USA; 4. MMI Engineering, Oakland, CA, USA; 5. University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA Model Test Correlation Study for a Floating Wind Turbine on a Tension Leg Platform OMAE Bonjun Koo 1 Andrew Goupee 2 Kostas Lambrakos 3 Ho-Joon Lim 1 1. Technip USA, Inc., Houston, TX, USA; 2. University of Maine, Holden, ME, USA; 3. Technip, Houston, TX, USA tuesday, June

58 tuesday, 15:30 18:30 tuesday, June 11 Offshore geotechnics 10-6 Suction Piles and Spudcans Tuesday June 11 Room B/C 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Susan Gourvenec, Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems (M053), Australia CAISSON: A Suction Pile Design Tool OMAE Justin Kennedy 1 John Oliphant 2 Alasdair Maconochie 2 Bruno Stuyts 3 David N. Cathie 1 1. Technip, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom; 2. Technip, Westhill, United Kingdom; 3. Cathie Associates, Diegem, Belgium Performance Based Seismic Design of Suction Pile Foundations OMAE Eric J. Parker 1 Fabrizio Ardoino 1 Sabrina Bughi 2 1. D Appolonia S.p.A., Genova, Italy; 2. Saipem S.p.A., Fano, Italy Field Installation Tests of Monopod Suction Pile and Tripod Suction Buckets OMAE Daejin Kwag 1 Myounghak Oh 2 Osoon Kwon 3 Sangchul Bang 4 1. AdvaCT, Anyang, Korea; 2. KORDI, Ansan, Korea; 3. KIOST, Ansan, Korea; 4. South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, SD, USA Numerical Analysis of Cluster and Monopod Suction Bucket Foundations OMAE Dong-Joon Kim 1 Yun Wook Choo 2 Jin-Sun Lee 3 Dong-Soo Kim 4 Sung-Hyun Jee 1 Jaehyung Choi 1 Man-Soo Lee 1 Yung-Ho Park 1 1. Hyundai Engineering and Construction, Yonginsi, Korea; 2. KAIST, Daejeon, Korea; 3. Wonkwang University, Iksan, Korea; 4. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, KAIST, Daejeon, Korea Centrifuge Experiments to Study Extraction of a Deeply Embedded Spudcan Using Top Jetting OMAE Omid Kohan 1 Britta Bienen 2 Mark Cassidy 1 Christophe Gaudin 1 1. Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems, University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, Australia; 2. University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, Australia Petroleum technology symposium 11-5 Petroleum Transport Flow Assurance Chemistry and Control Tuesday June 11 Room K/L 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Ana Cameirao, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, France Agglomeration of Gas Hydrate in an Non Stabilised and Inhomogene Emulsion: Preliminary Results OMAE Ana Cameirao, Jean-Michel Herri, Yamina Ouabbas Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne, France Oil and Gas Production Inside P&T Gas Hydrate Zone With Low Dose Hydrate Inhibitors (LDHI) OMAE Philippe Glénat 1 Patrick Bourg 2 Marie-Laure Bousqué 2 1. TOTAL E&P Scientific & Technical Centre, Pau, France; 2. TOTAL S.A., Pau, France Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics Nonlinear Wave-Structure Interactions Tuesday June 11 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Bernard Molin, Ecole Centrale de Marseille, France Steep Wave Loads from Irregular Waves on an Offshore Wind Turbine Foundation: Computation and Experiment OMAE Bo Terp Paulsen 1 Henrik Bredmose 2 Harry B. Bingham 1 Signe Schløer 2 1. Technical University of Denmark, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark; 2. DTU Wind Energy, Department of Wind Energy, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark A Nonlinear Numerical Wave Tank And Its Applications OMAE Hui Sun 1 Odd M. Faltinsen 2 1. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway; 2. CeSOS, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway A Fluid Impulse Theory for the Nonlinear Wave Loads on a Slender Vertical Cylinder OMAE Paul D. Sclavounos Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA Time-Domain Computation of Ship Motions with a Pseudo-Spectral Method OMAE Okey Nwogu, Robert Beck University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA afternoon DrinKs 17:30 18:30 great hall Study Advancement for Multiphase Flow and Heat and Mass Transfer Characteristics for Gas Hydrate Decomposition in South China Sea Offshore Sediment OMAE Yu Xichong 1 Jiafei Zhao 2 Weixin Pang 3 Gang LI 4 Liu Yu 2 1. China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), Beijing, China; 2. University of Technology, Dalian, China; 3. CNOOC Research Institute, Beijing, China; 4. Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, Guangzhou, China Gas Hydrate Deposition in Flowlines: A Challenging Problem in Flow Assurance OMAE Giovanny A. Grasso, Prithvi Vijayamohan, E. Dendy Sloan, Carolyn A. Koh, Amadeu K. Sum Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, USA Measurement and Prediction of Condensate Gas Hydrates Formation Conditions: A Study Case OMAE Ghazi Otmanine, Samer Said, Mimoun Hadj University of Boumerdes, Boumerdes, Algeria Sponsored by MCS Kenny 56

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60 WeDnesDaY, 8:30 10:00 WeDnesDaY, June 12 Wednesday, June 12 concurrent sessions 08:30 10:00 Offshore technology 1-14 Model Testing I Wednesday June 12 Room 450 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Olaf Waals, MARIN, Netherlands Session Co-Chair: Mamoun Naciri, Single Buoy Moorings Inc, Monaco Experimental Validation of a New Shallow Water CALM Buoy Design OMAE Neil Williams 1 William McDougal 2 1. Wison Offshore & Marine (USA) Inc., Houston, TX, USA; 2. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA Validation of the HVS Semisubmersible Global Performance by Model Tests OMAE Johyun Kyoung 1 CK Yang 1 Jim O Sullivan 1 Thiago Miliante 2 1. Technip, USA, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Technip Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Offshore Launching of Jack-Up Units: an Experimental Approach OMAE Claudio Rodríguez 1 Paulo de Tarso Esperança 1 Mario Moura 2 Jacques Raigorodsky 3 1. LabOceano, COPPE - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Consórcio Rio Paraguacu, Nazare, BA, Brazil; 3. Odebrecht, Nazare, BA, Brazil Wave Drift Forces on Three Barges Arranged Side by Side in Floatover Installation OMAE Xin Xu, Jianmin Yang, Xin Li, Haining Lu Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China Probabilistic Assessment of Ultimate Pseudo-Static Design of Gravity Quay Walls Respect to Uncertain Soil Parameters OMAE Mastoureh Gholipour Salimi, Mohammad Ali Lotfollahi Yaghin University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran structures, safety and reliability 2-26 Ultimate Strength I Wednesday June 12 R2 - Room Five 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Jeom Kee Paik, Pusan National University (PNU), Korea (Republic) Session Co-Chair: X. Jiang, TU Delft, Netherlands Ultimate Strength Analysis of a River-Sea Ship Under Combined Action of Torsion and Bending OMAE Haochen Wu, Weiguo Wu, Jin Gan, Huanxiang Sun Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China Buckling and Ultimate Strength Assessments of Ship Structures OMAE Shengming Zhang Lloyd s Register, London, United Kingdom An Approximate Calculation Approach for Ultimate Strength of Ship Hull Girder OMAE Chenfeng Li 1 HuiLong Ren 1 Zhongqiu Zhao 1 Xiaodong Zhao 1 Ji Zeng 2 Donghao Xu 3 1. Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China; 2. Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co. Ltd, Shanghai, China; 3. Harbin University of Science and Technology, Harbin, China A Novel Structure of the Double Transverse Bulkhead in Bulk Carrier OMAE Wenhua Zhang, Weiguo Wu Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China structures, safety and reliability 2-21 Probabilistic Response Modelling II Wednesday June 12 Room G/H 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Bernt Leira, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Session Co-Chair: Luis Volnei Sagrilo, PEC/COPPE/UFRJ, Brazil Efficient Derivation of the Probability Distribution of the Extreme Values of Offshore Structural Response: Comparison of Three Different Methods OMAE M Abu Husain 1 N. I. Mohd Zaki 1 G. Najafian 2 1. UTM Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 2. University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom Comparison of Extreme Responses from Wheeler and Vertical Stretching Methods OMAE N. I. Mohd Zaki 1 M Abu Husain 1 G. Najafian 2 1. UTM Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 2. University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom Efficient Derivation of the Probability Distribution of Extreme Responses due to Random Wave Loading from the Probability Distribution of Extreme Surface Elevations OMAE H. Mallahzadeh 1 Y Wang 1 M Abu Husain 2 N. I. Mohd Zaki 2 G. Najafian 1 1. University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom; 2. UTM Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Materials technology 3-4 Environmental Effect on Materials Performance Wednesday June 12 Centre des Expositions 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Stephen J Hudak Jr, Southwest Research Institute, USA Session Co-Chair: Koji Gotoh, Kyushu University, Japan Fatigue Crack Growth and Fracture Toughness of API5L X65 in Sweet Environments OMAE Michael Tognarelli 1 Steven Shademan 1 Ramgopal Thodla 2 1. BP America Production Co., Houston, TX, USA; 2. DNV Columbus, Inc., Dublin, OH, USA Fatigue Crack Growth Rate and Fracture Toughness of Non-Sour Service Grade X65 and X80 in Sour Environments OMAE Jun Nakamura 1 Nobuyuki Hisamune 2 Tetsuya Fukuba 3 Ramgopal Thodla 4 Colin Stuart Scott 4 Feng Gui 4 1. Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, Amagasaki, Japan; 2. Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, Wakayama, Japan; 3. Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal U.S.A., INC, Houston, TX, USA; 4. DNV Columbus, Inc., Dublin, OH, USA Unique Long Term Simulated Service Testing of Selected Deep Water Wet Insulation Coating Systems OMAE Kristian Haraldsen Statoil ASA, Porsgrunn, Norway Computational Modelling of Hydrogen Embrittlement in Weld Joints of Subsea Oil and Gas Components OMAE Olga Barrera, Alan C.F. Cocks University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 58

61 WeDnesDaY, 8:30 10:00 Pipeline and riser technology 4-3 Fracture and Fatigue I Wednesday June 12 R0 - Room Four 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Shankar Bhat, INTECSEA, USA Session Co-Chair: Ilson Pasqualino, COPPE/UFRJ Safety Factor for Use in the Fatigue Crack Growth Assessment of Pipeline Weld Integrity and Engineering Critical Assessments OMAE T. Sriskandarajah, Daowu Zhou, George Hobbs, Graeme Roberts Subsea 7, Sutton, United Kingdom An Investigation of the Tolerance of Risers to Corrosion Pitting OMAE Yetzirah Urthaler 1 Mark Cerkovnik 2 Fengjie Yin 2 David Saldana 2 Robin Gordon 3 1. BP, Houston, TX, USA; 2. 2H Offshore Inc, Houston, TX, USA; 3. Microalloying International Inc, Houston, TX, USA Inclusion of Crack Face Pressure in Reference Stress for Thick Walled Risers and Flowlines OMAE Mark Cerkovnik, Wasy Akhtar 2H Offshore Inc, Houston, TX, USA Comparison of Plastic Collapse Solutions for Surface Breaking Flaws in Standard Assessment Procedures with FEA OMAE Rajil Saraswat, Ali Mirzaee Sisan DNV Energy, London, United Kingdom Pipeline and riser technology 4-37 Design and Analysis VI Wednesday June 12 Room VIP 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Neil Willis Session Co-Chair: Yong Bai, Zhejiang University Heat Transfer Modeling and Application of Gas-Liquid Two-Phase Flow in Partially-Buried Pipeline OMAE Kai Wang, Qingping Li CNOOC Research Institute, Beijing, China Effect of Pipeline Thermal Expansion on Direct Electric Heating Cable OMAE Ahmad Makintha Brany 1 Cyprian Gil 2 Per Damsleth 2 1. J P Kenny, Perth, WA, Australia; 2. J P Kenny Norge, Stavanger, Norway Cool-down Time Estimation Through Numerical Analysis for Partially Insulated Offshore Pipe-in-Pipe Field Joints OMAE Luca Chinello 1 Philip Cooper 2 Ramon de Haas 3 Helen Boyd 3 1. Intecsea UK, Brentford, United Kingdom; 2. Intecsea, Knaphill, United Kingdom; 3. Heerema Marine Contractors, Leiden, Netherlands Technology Innovations of the Flow Assurance System in the Development of the LiWan 3-1 Deepwater Gas Field OMAE Qingping Li, Haiyuan Yao, Kai Wang CNOOC Research Institute, Beijing, China Ocean engineering 6-14 Ocean Measurement and Data Interpretation I Wednesday June 12 R2 - Room Six 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Gus Jeans, Oceanalysis Ltd, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Keith Machutchon, Lasimanco International (Pty) Ltd, South Africa Uncertainty in Peakedness Factor Estimation by JONSWAP Spectral Fitting from Measurements OMAE Jean-Baptiste Saulnier Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France Assessment of Significant Wave Height Peak Period Distribution Considering the Wave Steepness Limit OMAE Michele Drago, Giancarlo Giovanetti, Claudia Pizzigalli Saipem, Fano, Italy Prototype Measurement for Deep Water Floating Platforms Based on Monitoring Technology OMAE Du Yu, Wu Wenhua, QJ Yue Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China A Brazilian Northeast Coast Wave Data Comparison Radar vs Buoy OMAE Eric Oliveira Ribeiro, Taina Silva Ruchiga, Jose Antonio Moreira Lima PETROBRAS S.A., Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Ocean engineering 6-23 Wave Mechanics and Wave Effects III Wednesday June 12 Room I 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Gerbrant Van Vledder, BMT Argoss, Netherlands Study on a Method for Estimating Fuel Consumption in a Seaway OMAE Toshio Iseki 1 Ulrik D. Nielsen 2 1. Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan; 2. Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark A Numerical Study on Storm Surge and Sediment Resuspending in Modaomen Estuary During Typhoon Hagupit OMAE Zhuo Zhang, Zhiyao Song, Fuqiang Lu Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing, China Competition of Class I and II Instabilities in Evolution of Crescent Waves OMAE Kai Yan, Zhili Zou, Yalong Zhou Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China The Drift on Top of Waves OMAE Anne Katrine Bratland Aker Solutions, Fornebu, Norway WeDnesDaY, June

62 WeDnesDaY, 8:30 10:00 WeDnesDaY, June 12 Polar and arctic sciences and technology 7-1 Structure-Ice-Interactions Wednesday June 12 Great Gallery - Room Two 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Charlotte Saltner Session Co-Chair: Walter Kuehnlein, SEA2ICE Ltd. & CO. KG, Germany Introduction to the Polar Arctic Sciences and Technology Symposium OMAE Walter Kuehnlein SEA2ICE Ltd. & CO. KG, Hamburg, Germany Loads Due to First Year Ice Ridges on a Vertical Cylinder OMAE David Molyneux, Don Spencer, Lei Liu Oceanic Consulting Corporation, St. John s, NL, Canada Protection of Subsea Pipelines Against Ice Ridge Gouging in Conditions of Substantial Surface Ice OMAE Stanislav Duplenskiy 1 Ove Tobias Gudmestad 2 1. Subsea 7, Stavanger, Norway; 2. University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway Fracture and Damage during Dynamic Interactions between Ice and Compliant Structures at Laboratory-Scale OMAE Rocky S. Taylor 1 Thomas Browne 2 Arne Gurtner 3 Ian Jordaan 2 1. Centre for Arctic Resource Development, St. John s, NL, Canada; 2. Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John s, NL, Canada; 3. Statoil ASA, Trondheim, Norway cfd and ViV 8-14 Verification and Validation (V&V) Workshop I Wednesday June 12 R0 - Room Three 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Luis Eca, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal Session Co-Chair: Guilherme Vaz, MARIN, Netherlands Verification and Validation of an Unsteady RANS Finite-Element Solver OMAE Alex Hay, Stephane Etienne, Dominique Pelletier Ecole Polytechnique De Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada Code Verification of ReFRESCO with a Statistically Periodic Manufactured Solution OMAE Luis Eca 1 Guilherme Vaz 2 Martin Hoekstra 2 1. Instituto Superior Tecnico, Lisbon, Portugal; 2. MARIN, Wageningen, Netherlands Flow Around a Smooth Fixed Cylinder OMAE Jose Escobar, Ismail Celik, Albio Gutierrez-Amador West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, USA cfd and ViV 8-18 CYL: VIV Wednesday June 12 Room 150 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: J. Kim Vandiver, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Session Co-Chair: Rene Gabbai, Genesis (Technip), USA Experimental Investigation of Two-Degree-Freedom VIV of Circular Cylinder with Low Equivalent Mass and Variable Natural Frequency Ratio OMAE Narakorn Srinil, Hossein Zanganeh, Alexander Day University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom Experimental Study on Flow Around Circular Cylinders with Low Aspect Ratio OMAE Rodolfo T. Gonçalves 1 Guilherme F. Rosetti 1 Guilherme R. Franzini 1 André Luís Condino Fujarra 2 1. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. University of São Paulo, Guararema, SP, Brazil Large Eddy Simulation of Flow Past a Stationary and Controlled Oscillating Circular Cylinder at Re=5500 OMAE Sunghan Kim, Philip A. Wilson, Zhi-Min Chen University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom Experimental Study of VIV of Single Conical Circular Cylinders OMAE Mostafa Zeinoddini 1 V. Tamimi 2 Sh. Maleki 3 S. Shahvaghar-Asl 1 A. Bakhtiari 1 1. Khaje Nasir Tousi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran; 2. Tehran University, Tehran, Iran; 3. TWI Ltd., Cambridge, United Kingdom Ocean renewable energy 9-14 Wind Energy - VI Wednesday June 12 Room 300 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Matthew Lankowski, The Glosten Associates, USA Session Co-Chair: Henrik Bredmose, DTU Wind Energy, Denmark Development of an Analysis Code of Rotor-Floater Coupled Response of a Floating Offshore Wind Turbine OMAE Hideyuki Suzuki 1 Hajime Shibata 1 Hiroyuki Fujioka 2 Shinichiro Hirabayashi 1 Kimiko Ishii 1 Hiroki Kikuchi 1 1. University of Tokyo, Kashiwa, Japan; 2. Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan Influence of Wave Induced Second-order Forces in Semi- Submersible FOWT Mooring Design OMAE Carlos Lopez 1 Felipe Ruggeri 2 Rafael A. Watai 2 Alexandre N. Simos 2 Antonio Souto-Iglesias 3 1. Acciona Energia, Alcobendas, Spain; 2. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 3. Technical University of Madrid (UPM), Madrid, Spain Motion of OC4 5MW Semi-Submersible Offshore Wind Turbine in Irregular Waves OMAE Hyunkyoung Shin, Kwangjin Jung, Byungcheol Kim, Pham Thanh Dam University of Ulsan, Ulsan, Korea Second-Order Random Wave Kinematics and Resulting Loads on a Bottom-Fixed Slender Monopile OMAE Carl Trygve Stansberg, Andreas Amundsen, Sebastien Fouques, Ole David Okland Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute AS (MARINTEK), Trondheim, Norway Ocean renewable energy 9-15 Wave Energy - V Wednesday June 12 Great Gallery - Room One 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Antonio Falcao, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal Session Co-Chair: Pierpaolo Ricci, Global Maritime Consultancy, United Kingdom Installing U-OWC Devices Along Italian Coasts OMAE Felice Arena 1 Vincenzo Fiamma 1 Valentina Laface 1 Giovanni Malara 1 Alessandra Romolo 1 Antonino Viviano 1 Gianmaria Sannino 2 Adriana Carillo 2 1. Mediterranea University, Reggio Calabria, Italy; 2. ENEA, Rome, Italy 60

63 WeDnesDaY, 8:30 10:30 Weather Window Analysis of Irish & Portuguese Wave Data with Relevance to Operations & Maintenance of Marine Renewables OMAE Gordon Dalton 1 Michael O Connor 1, 2 Tony Lewis 2 1. HMRC, Cork, Ireland; 2. University College Cork, Cork, Ireland Experimentally Calibrated Time-Domain Numerical Model for a Fixed OWC Device OMAE Arantza Iturrioz, Raúl Guanche, José A. Armesto, Cesar Vidal, Íñigo J. Losada University of Cantabria - Environmental Hydraulics Institute, Santander, Spain Methodology for Performance Assessment of a Two-Body Heave Wave Energy Converter OMAE Adrian D. de Andres, Raúl Guanche, Jose Antonio Armesto, Fernando del Jesus, Cesar Vidal, Íñigo J. Losada University of Cantabria - Environmental Hydraulics Institute, Santander, Spain Offshore geotechnics 10-3 Anchors I Wednesday June 12 Room B/C 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Sape Miedema, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands The Dynamically Embedded Plate Anchor: Results from an Experimental and Numerical Study OMAE Conleth O Loughlin 1 Anthony Blake 1 Dong Wang 2 Christophe Gaudin 3 Mark Randolph 3 1. University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, Australia; 2. University of Western Australia, Perth, WA, Australia; 3. Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems, University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, Australia Torpedo Piles VH Capacity in Clay Using Resistance Envelope Equations OMAE Steve Kay, S. Kay Consultant, Leiderdorp, Netherlands The Performance of Dynamically Installed Anchor in Calcareous Silt OMAE Christophe Gaudin 1 Conleth O Loughlin 2 Evan Zimmerman 3 Muhammad S. Hossain 4 1. Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems, The University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, Australia; 2. University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, Australia; 3. Delmar Systems Inc, Houston, TX, USA; 4. University of Western Australia, Perth, WA, Australia Large Deformation Finite Element Analysis of the Anchor Line Embedded in Seabed Soils OMAE Yanbing Zhao, Haixiao Liu Tianjin University, Tianjin, China Petroleum technology symposium 11-2 Petroleum Wells: Drilling, Production and Construction Wednesday June 12 Room K/L 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Davorin Matanovic, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, Croatia Session Co-Chair: Nediljka Gaurina-Medjimurec, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, Croatia Session Co-Chair: Katarina Simon, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, Croatia Simulation and Experiment Study on Movement Rule of Hydraulic Automatic Wax Removal Device in Rodless Pumping System OMAE Jinglong Zhang 1 Zunce Wang 1 Jianhuang Han 1 Sen Li 2 1. Northeast Petroleum University, Daqing, China; 2. Daqing Petroleum Institute, Daqing, China Testing and Characterization of Vulcanised Nitrile Swelling Elastomers OMAE Bojan Moslavac 1 Davorin Matanovic 2 Zlata Hrnjak-Murgic 2 1. Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia; 2. University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia Implementing New Strategies for DCA Prediction Enhancement OMAE Khulud Rahuma 1 Hadi Belhaj 2 1. University of Tripoli, Tripoli, Libya; 2. The Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics Ship Hydrodynamics - Manoeuvrability and Propulsion Wednesday June 12 Room 200 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Kazuhiko Hasegawa, Osaka University, Japan Session Co-Chair: Norbert Bulten, Wärtsilä, Netherlands Maneuvering Behavior of Ships in Irregular Waves OMAE Renato Skejic 1 Odd M. Faltinsen 2 1. MARINTEK, Trondheim, Norway; 2. CeSOS, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway Full Scale Thruster-Hull Interaction Improvement Revealed with CFD Analysis OMAE Norbert Bulten, Petra Stoltenkamp Wärtsilä, Drunen, Netherlands Modeling of Ship Manoeuvring Motion in 4 Degrees of Freedom Based on Support Vector Machines OMAE Xuegang Wang, Zaojian Zou, Feng Xu Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China Low Speed Ship Manoeuvrability Mathematical Model and Its Simulation OMAE Kyoung-Gun Oh, Kazuhiko Hasegawa Osaka University, Suita, Japan Linear Dynamic Stability Analysis of a Surface Piercing Plate Advancing at High Forward Speed OMAE Babak Ommani, Odd M. Faltinsen CeSOS, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway refreshment BreaK 10:00 10:30 great hall WeDnesDaY, June 12 Application of Artificial Clay Samples (Pellets) in Laboratory Investigation of Shale Drilling Fluid Interaction OMAE Borivoje Pasic, Nediljka Gaurina-Medjimurec, Bojan Moslavac Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia 61

64 WeDnesDaY, 10:30 12:00 WeDnesDaY, June 12 concurrent sessions 10:30 12:00 Offshore technology 1-15 Model Testing II Wednesday June 12 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Xiao-Bo Chen, Bureau Veritas, France Session Co-Chair: Geert Meskers, Heerema Marine Contractors, Netherlands Water-Driven Debris Impact Forces on Structures: Experimental Program and Theoretical Program OMAE H. Ronald Riggs 1 Dan Cox 2 Clay J. Naito 3 Marcelo Kobayashi 1 Payam Piran Aghl 3 Harrison Ko 2 Eid Khowitar 1 1. University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, USA; 2. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA; 3. Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, USA A Study on an Active Hybrid Decompose Mooring System for Model Testing in Ocean Basin for Offshore Platforms OMAE Yusong Cao, Galin Tahchiev MARINTEK USA Inc., Houston, TX, USA Procedure to Obtain Added Mass in Ships from Natural Frequencies Measured in Hull Vertical Vibration Full Scale Tests OMAE Severino Fonseca SilvaNeto, Sergio Sphaier, Luiza de Mesquita Ortiz Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Experimental Results of Cooperative Control Applied to Multi-Vessel DP Operations OMAE Asdrubal N. Queiroz Filho 1 Eduardo A. Tannuri 2 1. Tanque de Provas Numérico, TPN-USP, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil structures, safety and reliability 2-22 Probabilistic Response Modelling III Wednesday June 12 Room G/H 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Bernt Leira, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Session Co-Chair: Felice Arena, Mediterranea University, Italy Efficient Estimation of Offshore Structural Response Based on Threshold Upcrossing Rates OMAE Luke A. Lambert 1 G. Najafian 1 J. E. Cooper 2 M. Abu Husain 3 N. I. Mohd Zaki 3 1. University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom; 2. University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom; 3. UTM Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Short-Term Distribution of the Extreme Values of Offshore Structural Response by Modified Finite-Memory Nonlinear System Modeling OMAE N. I. Mohd Zaki 1 M. Abu Husain 1 G. Najafian 2 Y. Wang 2 1. UTM Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 2. University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom Long-term Probability Distribution of Extreme Offshore Structural Response via an Efficient Time Simulation Method OMAE M. Abu Husain 1 N. I. Mohd Zaki 1 Luke Lambert 2 G. Najafian 2 Y. Wang 2 1. UTM Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 2. University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom Probabilistic Modelling of Extreme Offshore Structural Response due to Random Wave Loading OMAE Y Wang 1 H. Mallahzadeh 1 M Abu Husain 2 N. I. Mohd Zaki 2 G. Najafian 1 1. University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom; 2. UTM Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia structures, safety and reliability 2-27 Ultimate Strength II Wednesday June 12 R2 - Room Five 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Jeom Kee Paik, Pusan National University, Korea Session Co-Chair: Shengming Zhang, Lloyd s Register, United Kingdom Residual Strength of Dented Stiffened Panels OMAE Diogo do Amaral Amante 1 John Alex H. Chujutalli 2 Segen F. Estefen 2 1. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil A Structural Capacity Evaluation for Corrugated Membrane Structure of LNG Cargo Containment System OMAE Minsung Chun 1 Krishna K. Rodda 2 Taeyoon Park 1 Jongwon Yoon 2 Sangmin Han 2 Kibok Jang 1 Yongsuk Suh 1 Sungchan Kim 3 1. Samsung Heavy Industries Co., Ltd, Geoje-Si, Korea; 2. Samsung Heavy Industries, Kyungsangnam Do Geoje, Korea; 3. Inha Technical College, Incheon, Korea Effect of Initial Distortions on the Ultimate Capacity of Pitting Corroded Plates OMAE X. Jiang 1 Carlos Guedes Soares 2 1. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands; 2. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal The Simplified Simulation Method of Initial Imperfection in Ultimate Strength FEM Analysis OMAE Chenfeng Li 1 HuiLong Ren 1 Jiangxuan Qin 1 Xiaodong Zhao 1 Ji Zeng 2 Donghao Xu 3 1. Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China; 2. Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co. Ltd, Shanghai, China; 3. Harbin University of Science and Technology, Harbin, China Materials technology 3-7 Strain Based Design of Pipelines Wednesday June 12 Centre des Expositions 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Jeong (J. K.) Hong, Battelle, USA Session Co-Chair: Agnes Marie Horn, Det Norske Veritas, Norway Ultra Heavy Wall Linepipe X65: Severe In-Service Straining of Lined Pipes OMAE Luigi Di Vito 1 Jan Ferino 1 Stefano Amato 1 Gianluca Mannucci 1 Stefano Crippa 2 Federico Tintori 2 Philippe Darcis 2 1. Centro Sviluppo Materiali S.p.A., Roma, Italy; 2. TenarisDalmine, Dalmine, Italy Employing Visual Image Correlation For The Measurement Of Compressive Strains For Arctic Onshore Pipelines OMAE Istemi F Ozkan 1 Daryl J Bandstra 1 Chris Timms 1 Arthur T. Zielinski 1, 2 1. C-FER Technologies, Edmonton, AB, Canada; 2. University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada Buckling and Tensile Strain Capacity of Girth Welded 48 X80 Pipeline OMAE Satoshi Igi 1 Mitsuru Ohata 2 Takahiro Sakimoto 1 Junji Shimamura 3 Kenji Oi 1 1. JFE Steel Corporation, Chiba, Japan; 2. Osaka University, Osaka, Japan; 3. JFE Steel Corporation, Fukuyama, Japan 62

65 WeDnesDaY, 10:30 12:00 Crack Extension Effects on Welding Residual Stress in Fitness for Service Assessment OMAE Hee Chong Rhee, ConocoPhillips, Houston, TX, USA Pipeline and riser technology 4-13 Fracture and Fatigue II Wednesday June 12 R0 - Room Four 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Santiago Serebrinsky, Tenaris, Argentina Session Co-Chair: Bianca Pinheiro, COPPE/UFRJ Stress Concentration Factors of Dented Rigid Risers OMAE Bianca Pinheiro 1, 2 Nathalia Azevedo 2 Ilson Pasqualino 1, 2 1. COPPE, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Development of a Fatigue Life Assesment Tool for Pipelines with Local Wrinkles OMAE Fahad Bakhtyar, Shawn Kenny Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John s, NL, Canada Assessment of Parameters Influencing Mechanical Response of Constrained and Unconstrained Dents Using Finite Element Modelling OMAE Waqas Hanif, Shawn Kenny Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador, St John s, NL, Canada Shakedown Study of Pipes with External Corrosion Under Cyclic Bending and Internal Pressure OMAE Marcelo Igor Lourenço, Theodoro A. Netto Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Pipeline and riser technology 4-39 Design and Analysis VII Wednesday June 12 Room VIP 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Ilson Pasqualino, COPPE/UFRJ Session Co-Chair: Ali Limam, INSA Reliability Based Deep Water Spool Piece Design OMAE Naresh Juluri 1 Elie Dib 2 Sherif El-Gebaly 2 Philip Cooper 2 1. Subsea Consultant, Knaphill, United Kingdom; 2. Intecsea, Knaphill, United Kingdom Comparison of Applicable Codes and Standards for Design of End Bulkheads of Pipe-In-Pipe Systems OMAE Soheil Manouchehri, Jason Potter Genesis, London, United Kingdom Reliability Based Pressure Containment Uprating OMAE Elie Dib, Sherif El-Gebaly, Frank Drennan Intecsea, Knaphill, United Kingdom Optimisation of Subsea Tie-in Spools using Evolutionary Algorithms OMAE Chris J.D. Madeley Intecsea, Perth, WA, Australia Ocean space utilization 5-7 Floating Offshore Wind Turbine System Wednesday June 12 Room J 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Koichi Masuda, Nihon University, Japan Session Co-Chair: R Sundaravadivelu, Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, India Collision of a Drifting Ship with Wind Turbines in a Wind Farm OMAE Hideyuki Suzuki 1 Shinya Okayama 2 Yukinari Fukumoto 3 1. University of Tokyo, Kashiwa, Japan; 2. Mizuho Financial Group, Tokyo, Japan; 3. Tokyo Electric Power Co., Yokohama, Japan New Design Proposal for the TLP Type Offshore Wind Turbines OMAE Yasunori Nihei 1 Midori Matsuura 1 Motohiko Murai 2 Kazuhiro Iijima 3 Tomoki Ikoma 4 1. Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan; 2. Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan; 3. Osaka University, Osaka, Japan; 4. Nihon University, Funabashi, Japan Designing Process and Motion Characteristics of Spar Type Offshore Wind Turbines OMAE Yasunori Nihei 1 Tomoki Ikoma 2 Minori Kozen 3 Fumiya Sato 2 Motohiko Murai 4 Kazuhiro Iijima 5 1. Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan; 2. Nihon University, Funabashi, Japan; 3. Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, Japan; 4. Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan; 5. Osaka University, Osaka, Japan Investigations Into Motion Characteristics of a Multi-Column Type FOWT in Waves and Winds OMAE Motohiko Murai 1 Yasunori Nihei 2 Kazuhiro Iijima 3 Tomoki Ikoma 4 Miki Takei 1 Hotsuma Saeki 1 1. Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan; 2. Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan; 3. Osaka University, Osaka, Japan; 4. Nihon University, Funabashi, Japan Ocean engineering 6-17 Ocean Measurement and Data Interpretation II Wednesday June 12 R2 - Room Six 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Jon Mikkelsen, University of British Columbia, Canada Session Co-Chair: Gus Jeans, Oceanalysis Ltd, United Kingdom An Ensemble Kalman Filter Data Assimilation Scheme for Modeling the Wave Climate in Persian Gulf OMAE Nima Serpoushan 1 Mostafa Zeinoddini 1 Maziar Golestani 2 1. Khaje Nasir Tousi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran; 2. DHI, Horsholm, Denmark Deepwater Current Profile Data Sources for Riser Engineering Offshore West Africa OMAE Gus Jeans 1 Mark Calverley 2 Christophe Maisondieu 3 Cyril Frelin 4 Valérie Quiniou-Ramus 5 Liam Harrington-Missin 6 1. Oceanalysis Ltd, Wallingford, United Kingdom; 2. Fugro GEOS Ltd, Wallingford, United Kingdom; 3. IFREMER, Plouzané, France; 4. Actimar, Brest, France; 5. TOTAL S.A., Paris, France; 6. Oil Spill Response Limited, Southampton, United Kingdom Simulation of Strong Inertial Currents to Support Preliminary Engineering Offshore Namibia OMAE Gus Jeans 1 Ian Wade 2 1. Oceanalysis Ltd, Wallingford, United Kingdom; 2. BMT ARGOSS Ltd, Aberdeen, United Kingdom WeDnesDaY, June

66 WeDnesDaY, 10:30 12:00 WeDnesDaY, June 12 Two Variational Stereo Methods for Space-Time Measurements of Ocean Waves OMAE Guillermo Gallego 1 Anthony Yezzi 2 Francesco Fedele 2 Alvise Benetazzo 3 1. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain; 2. Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA; 3. Institute of Marine Sciences, Venice, Italy Ocean engineering 6-24 Wave Mechanics and Wave Effects IV Wednesday June 12 Room I 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Ashkan Rafiee, University College Dublin, Ireland Session Co-Chair: Daniel T. Valentine, Clarkson University, USA New Methods and Insights in Advanced and Realistic Basin Wave Modelling OMAE Christian Schmittner, Jule Scharnke, Willemijn Pauw, Joris van den Berg, Janou Hennig MARIN, Wageningen, Netherlands On the Generation of Spatially Periodic Breather in a Wave Tank OMAE Takuji Waseda 1 Hidetaka Houtani 2 Katsuji Tanizawa 2 1. University of Tokyo, Kashiwa-shi, Japan; 2. National Maritime Research Institute, MItaka, Japan On Wind-Wave Misalignment, Directional Spreading and Wave Loads OMAE Gerbrant Van Vledder BMT Argoss, Vollenhove, Netherlands Improvements in the Prediction of the Characteristic Wave Pattern of Blunt Ships with Potential Codes OMAE Johannes Will 1 Jakob Christiansen 2 1. Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg, Germany; 2. Hamburg, Germany Polar and arctic sciences and technology 7-2 Ice Model Tests and Operations in Ice Wednesday June 12 Great Gallery - Room Two 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Rocky S. Taylor, Centre for Arctic Resource Development, Canada Session Co-Chair: Walter Kuehnlein, SEA2ICE Ltd. & CO. KG, Germany Different Ways of Modeling Ice Drift Scenarios in Basin Tests OMAE Andrea Haase, Peter Jochmann HSVA - The Hamburg Ship Model Basin, Hamburg, Germany Model Testing of Turret-Based Drill Ship in Ice Conditions OMAE Iryna Blagovidova 1 Kirill E. Sazonov 2 Aleksey A. Dobrodeev 2 Nataliya Y. Klementieva 2 Maksym V. Kovalyov 1 Leonid V. Kolchenko 1 Lev B. Blagovidov 1 1. Central Design Bureau Corall, Sevastopol, Ukraine; 2. Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute, St.-Petersburg, Russia Three dimensional Fully Localized Waves on Ice-Covered Ocean OMAE Reza Alam, Yong Liang University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA Winterization Needs for Platforms Operating in Low Temperature Environment OMAE Yaroslav Efimov 1 Konstantin Kornishin 2 Ove Tobias Gudmestad 3 1. Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, University of Stavanger, Moscow, Russia; 2. Rosneft, Moscow, Russia; 3. University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway cfd and ViV 8-15 Verification and Validation (V&V) Workshop II Wednesday June 12 R0 - Room Three 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Luis Eca, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal Session Co-Chair: Guilherme Vaz, MARIN, Netherlands Verification and Validation for Flow Over a Smooth Fixed Cylinder OMAE Guilherme Rosetti 1 Guilherme Vaz 2 André Luís Condino Fujarra 3 1. USP - TPN, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. MARIN, Wageningen, Netherlands; 3. University of Sao Paulo, Guararema, SP, Brazil Verification and Validation of CFD Applied to a Smooth Cylinder Flow OMAE Alexandre Barbagallo, Jean-Luc Pelerin SBM Offshore, Monaco, Monaco Verification of a Residual-Based Varitional Mulsticale Method Applied to the Flow Around a Cylinder OMAE Erb Lins 1 Gabriel Guerra 2 Renato Elias 2 Alvaro Coutinho 3 Fernando Rochinha 2 1. Federal University of Para, Belem, PA, Brazil; 2. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. Coppe Ufrj, Rio De Janeiro, RJ, Brazil cfd and ViV 8-19 CYL: Power Extraction and Modeling Wednesday June 12 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Rene Gabbai, Genesis (Technip), USA Session Co-Chair: Wei Qin, Harbin Engineering University, China Map of Passive Turbulence Control to Flow-Induced Motions for a Circular Cylinder at 30,000<Re<120,000: Sensitivity to Zone Covering OMAE Hongrae Park 1 Michael Bernitsas 1 Che-Chun Chang 2 1. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA; 2. Technip, Houston, TX, USA Energy Harvesting by Vortex-induced Vibrations in Slender Structures OMAE Clement Grouthier 1 Sebastien Michelin 1 Emmanuel De Langre 2 1. LadhyX, Palaiseau, France; 2. Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France Two Degrees of Freedom Vortex-Induced Vibration Responses with Zero Mass and Damping at Low Reynolds Number OMAE Kintak Raymond Yu, Stephane Etienne, Dominique Pelletier, Alex Hay, Shahin Ghasemi, Simon Corbeil-Létourneau Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal, Montréal, QC, Canada Numerical Simulation of an Oscillating Cylinder at High Reynolds Number OMAE Simone Mandelli, Sara Muggiasca, Stefano Malavasi Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy 64

67 WeDnesDaY, 10:30 12:00 Ocean renewable energy 9-16 Wind Energy - VII Wednesday June 12 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Lance Manuel, University of Texas at Austin, USA Session Co-Chair: Jason Jonkman, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA Performance Modelling of Offshore Floating Wind Turbine Driven Deep Sea Water Extraction System for Combined Power and Thermal Energy Production: A Case Study in a Central Mediterranean Context OMAE Tonio Sant, Robert Farrugia University of Malta, Msida, Malta FloVAWT: progresses on the development of a coupled model of dynamics for floating offshore Vertical Axis Wind Turbines OMAE Maurizio Collu, Michael Borg, Andrew Shires, F P Brennan Cranfield University, Cranfield, United Kingdom Fully Coupled Floating Wind Turbine Simulator Based on Nonlinear Finite Element Method; Part I: Methodology OMAE Cédric Le Cunff 1 Jean-Michel Heurtier 1 Loïc Piriou 1 Timothée Perdrizet 2 David Teixeira 2 Jean-Christophe Gilloteaux 2 Gilles Ferrer 2 Christian Berhault 3 1. Principia, La Ciotat, France; 2. IFP Energies nouvelles, Solaize, France; 3. Ecole Centrale de Nantes - Projet SEMREV, Le Croisic, France Numerical and Experimental Study on a Floating Platform for Offshore Renewable Energy OMAE Changhong Hu, Makoto Sueyoshi, Chen Liu, Yusaku Kyozuka, Yuji Ohya Kyushu University, Kasuga, Fukuoka, Japan Ocean renewable energy 9-17 Wave Energy - VI Wednesday June 12 Great Gallery - Room One 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Wanan Sheng, University College Cork, Ireland Session Co-Chair: Patrick Lorenz, Maine Maritime Academy, USA Air Turbine and Primary Converter Matching in Spar-buoy Oscillating Water Column Wave Energy Device OMAE Antonio Falcao, Joao Henriques, Rui Gomes, Luis Gato IDMEC-Instituto Superior Tecnico, Tecnical University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal Nonlinear Model Predictive Control Applied to a Generic Ocean-Wave Energy Extractor OMAE Nathan Tom, Ronald Yeung University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA Modelling of a Pendular Wave Energy Converter: Numerical Analysis and Experimental Validation OMAE Pierpaolo Ricci 1 Joseba Lopez Mendia 2 Fernando Velar 3 Imanol Touzon Gonzalez 2 1. Global Maritime Consultancy Ltd, London, United Kingdom; 2. Tecnalia Research and Innovation, Derio, Spain; 3. Fundación Leading Innova, San Felices de Buelna, Spain Wave Modelling for Potential Wave Energy Sites Around the Outer Hebrides OMAE Charles Greenwood 1 Vengatesan Venugopal 2 David Christie 1 James Morrison 1 Arne Vögler 1 1. Lews Castle College, University of the Highlands and Islands, Stornoway, United Kingdom; 2. University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom Offshore geotechnics 10-5 Pipeline Geotechnics and Shallow Foundations Wednesday June 12 Room B/C 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Basel Abdalla, J P Kenny, Inc., USA Lateral Response of Pipelines Shallowly Buried in Sandy Soil OMAE Jose Renato Oliveira 1 Marcio Almeida 1 Maria Cascao Almeida 1 Ricardo Garske Borges 2 1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Cenpes / Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Uniaxial Bearing Capacity Factors and Failure Mechanisms for Skirted Spudcans OMAE Cristina Vulpe, Christophe Gaudin Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems, University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, Australia Optimal Shear Key Interval for Offshore Shallow Foundations OMAE Susan Gourvenec, Xiaowei Feng Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems, Perth, WA, Australia A Case Study: Construction of Bucket Foundations for Jackup-Ships OMAE Gang Qiu 1 Thorben Hamann 1 Jürgen Grabe 1 Christian Hein 2 Robert Howe 2 1. Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg, Germany; 2. Bremenports GmbH & Co. KG, Bremerhaven, Germany Petroleum technology symposium 11-8 Well Drilling Fluids and Hydraulics Wednesday June 12 Room K/L 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Heike Strauss, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany Session Co-Chair: Ergun Kuru, University of Alberta, Canada Annular Frictional Pressure Losses During Drilling the Effect of Drillstring Rotation OMAE Arild Saasen Det Norske Oljeselskap ASA, Oslo, Norway Effect of Drillstring Deflection and Rotary Speed on Annular Frictional Pressure Losses OMAE Oney Erge 1 Evren M. Ozbayoglu 1 Stefan Z. Miska 1 Mengjiao Yu 1 Nicholas E. Takach 1 Arild Saasen 2 Roland May 3 1. University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK, USA; 2. Det Norske Oljeselskap ASA, Oslo, Norway; 3. Baker Hughes, Celle, Germany Detailed Modeling of Drilling Fluid Flow in a Well Bore Annulus While Drilling OMAE Roland May 1 Evgeny Podryabinkin 2 Andrey Gavrilov 3 Valery Rudyak 4 1. Baker Hughes, Celle, Germany; 2. Baker Hughes, Novosibirsk, Russia; 3. Baker Hughes Novosibirsk Technology Center, Novosibirsk, Russia; 4. Novosibirsk State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Novosibirsk, Russia Experimental Study of Hydraulics and Cuttings Transport in Circular and Non-Circular Wellbores OMAE Ali Taghipour 1 Bjørnar Lund 2 Pål Skalle 3 Jan David Ytrehus 1 1. Sintef Petroleum Research AS, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Sintef Petroleum, Trondheim, Norway; 3. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway WeDnesDaY, June

68 WeDnesDaY, 10:30 15:00 WeDnesDaY, June 12 Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics Ship Hydrodynamics - Seakeeping I Wednesday June 12 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Johannes Pinkster, Pinkster Marine Hydrodynamics bv, Netherlands Session Co-Chair: Palaniswamy Ananthakrishnan, Florida Atlantic University, USA Comparison of RANS and Potential Flow Force Computations for One DOF Heave and Pitch of the ONR Tumblehome Hullform OMAE Parker L. Field, Wayne L. Neu Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA A New Slender-Ship Theory Valid for All Oscillatory Frequencies and Forward Speeds OMAE Masashi Kashiwagi, Xin Wang Osaka University, Osaka, Japan Parametric Rolling Simulations of Container Ships OMAE Anton Turk 1 Jasna Prpic-Orsic 2 Carlos Guedes Soares 3 1. Faculty of Engineering Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia; 2. University of Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia; 3. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal Numerical Study of Parametric Roll on a Fishing Vessel OMAE Marilena Greco 1 Claudio Lugni 2 1. NTNU/CNR-INSEAN, Trondheim, Norway; 2. CNR-INSEAN, Rome, Italy LuncheOn 12:00 13:30 great hall concurrent sessions 13:30 15:00 Offshore technology 1-17 Hydrodynamics I Wednesday June 12 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Alexandre N. Simos, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Longbin Tao, Newcastle University, United Kingdom A Comparison of Different Approximations for Computation of Second Order Roll Motions for a FLNG OMAE Flavia Rezende 1 Allan C. Oliveira 2 Xiao-Bo Chen 3 Fabio Menezes 4 1. Bureau Veritas do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Petrobras R&D Center, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. Bureau Veritas, Neuillysur-Seine, France; 4. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil A Stabilized Edge-Based Finite Element Approach to Wave-Structure Interaction Assessment OMAE Jose Luis Alves 1 Alvaro Coutinho 2 Fernando Rochinha 1 Renato Elias 2 Adriano Cortes 2 Gabriel Guerra 2 Milton Gonçalves 2 Carlos E. Silva 2 Nestor O. Guevara Jr. 2 Bruno Correa 2 Daniel Carvalho 3 1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. COPPE/ UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Wave Drift Forces and Responses in Current OMAE Carl Trygve Stansberg 1 Jan Roger Hoff 1 Elin Marita Hermundstad 1 Rolf Baarholm 2 1. Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute AS (MARINTEK), Trondheim, Norway; 2. Statoil, Trondheim, Norway Calculation of Wave Height Dependent Force RAO s on Submerged Bodies in Close Proximity of the Free Surface OMAE Ivan van Winsen 1 Job S. Bokhorst 1 Rene Huijsmans 2 1. Heerema Marine Contractors, Leiden, Netherlands; 2. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands information and feedback session reviewer and session OrganiZers WOrKshOP 12:00 13:30 room 300 Everyone is invited to bring their box lunch and join a panel where we will discuss paper reviews and session organization. This is a great opportunity to learn the process, sign up to participate, and provide feedback in order to improve the quality of our conference. A boxed lunch will be served at the Networking Luncheon. Please pick up a boxed lunch and bring it to this session. structures, safety and reliability 2-23 Probabilistic Response Modelling IV Wednesday June 12 Room G/H 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: G. Najafian, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Ying Min Low, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore A Small Scale Field Experiment for Hydrodynamic Coefficients of Morison s Forces in Random Waves OMAE Felice Arena, Vincenzo Fiamma Mediterranea University, Reggio Calabria, Italy Finite-Memory Nonlinear System Modelling of Offshore Structural Response Accounting for Extreme Values Residues OMAE N. I. Mohd Zaki 1 M Abu Husain 1 H. Mallahzadeh 2 G. Najafian 2 1. UTM Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 2. University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom A Comparison of Full-scale Measurements and Numerical Riser Response Simulation OMAE Bernt Leira 1 Ivar Stange 2 1. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 2. 4Subsea AS, Hvalstad, Norway A Probabilistic Metocean Model for Mooring Response in Gulf of Mexico Hurricanes OMAE Jan Mathisen, Torfinn Hørte Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway 66

69 WeDnesDaY, 13:30 15:00 structures, safety and reliability 2-40 Reliability of Renewable Energy Devices I Wednesday June 12 R2 - Room Five 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Kim Branner, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark Session Co-Chair: Zhen Gao, CeSOS, NTNU, Norway Static Analysis of New Type Composite Mono- Piles for Offshore Wind Farm OMAE Zhang Jianhua, Gao Dianwei, Liu Xinsheng, Ke Sun Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China Physical Component Testing to Simulate Dynamic Marine Load Conditions OMAE Philipp Thies 1 Lars Johanning 1 Tessa Gordelier 1 Andrew V. Vickers 1 Sam Weller 2 1. University of Exeter, Penryn, United Kingdom; 2. IFREMER, Plouzané, France Efficient Dynamic Analysis of Floating Bodies Nonlinear Behavior in Wave Energy Conversion OMAE Pol Spanos 1 Alessandro Richichi 2 Felice Arena 2 1. Rice University, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Mediterranea University, Reggio Calabria, Italy Joint Probability Distribution of Extreme Loads of Spar and Semi-Submersible Floating Wind Turbines Using the Environmental Contour Method OMAE Debabrata Karmakar 1 Hasan Bagbanci 2 Carlos Guedes Soares 1 1. Instituto Superior Tecnico-Centec, Lisboa, Portugal; 2. Center for Marine Technology and Engineering, Lisboa, Portugal Materials technology 3-9 Performance and Application for Specialty Materials Wednesday June 12 Centre des Expositions 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Koji GOTOH, Kyushu University, Japan Session Co-Chair: Gabriel Rombado, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Qualification and Assessment of Subsea Insulation Systems OMAE Alex Tello ExxonMobil, Houston, TX, USA Challenges, Requirements and Advances for Distributed Fiber Optic Sensors in SURF Structures and Subsea Well Monitoring OMAE Fabien Ravet, Etienne Rochat, Marc Nikles Omnisens, Morges, Switzerland Residual Service Life Prediction of Offshore Concrete Structures with Chloride-Induced Damage: the State of the Art OMAE Samindi Samarakoon, R.M. Chandima Ratnayake University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway Fatigue, Creep and Electrical Performance of Subsea Power Cable OMAE Jaime Buitrago 1 Sean F. Swearingen 2 Sana Ahmad 1 Carl Popelar 3 1. ExxonMobil Upstream Research, Houston, TX, USA; 2. ExxonMobil Development Company, Houston, TX, USA; 3. Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, TX, USA Pipeline and riser technology 4-8 Rigid Risers Wednesday June 12 Room VIP 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Howard Wang, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company, USA Session Co-Chair: Mike Campbell, 2H Offshore Inc Top Tensioned Riser System Designed for the FHSB Dry Tree Semisubmersible Platform OMAE Jim Yu, Alaa Mansour, Alan Yu, Ricardo Zuccolo Intecsea, WorleyParsons Group, Houston, TX, USA Maximizing Drilling Riser Installation Operability for TLP Top Tensioned Risers OMAE Mike Campbell 1 Jim Kaculi 2 Ryan Koska 1 Darren Mills H Offshore Inc, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Dril-Quip Inc., Houston, TX, USA Minimizing Interference Between Top Tension Risers for Tension Leg Platforms OMAE Ryan Koska 1 Jim Kaculi 2 Mike Campbell 1 Darren Mills H Offshore, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Dril-Quip Inc., Houston, TX, USA The Dynamic Response Induced by the Random Heave of Platform and Vortex for TTRs OMAE Tang You-gang 1 Wang Li-yuan 1 Li Yang-qing 1 Liu Zhongbai 2 1. Tianjin University, Tianjin, China; 2. School of Civil Engineering, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China Pipeline and riser technology 4-30 Fracture and Fatigue IV Wednesday June 12 R0 - Room Four 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Bianca Pinheiro, COPPE/UFRJ, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Santiago Serebrinsky, Tenaris Subsea Jumpers Vibration Assessment OMAE Dhyan Deka 1 Mark Cerkovnik 1 Nikhil Panicker 1 Vamsee Achanta H Offshore Inc, Houston, TX, USA; 2. 2H Offshore Engineering SDN BHD, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Overcoming Installation Challenges to Wellhead and Conductor Fatigue OMAE Tze King Lim, Ryan Koska, Elizabeth Tellier 2H Offshore Engineering Pty Ltd, Perth, WA, Australia A Simplified Methodology for Comparing Fatigue Loading on Subsea Well Heads OMAE Harald Holden 1 Pål Bjønnes 2 Massimiliano Russo Subsea AS, Hvalstad, Norway; 2. Statoil, Blomsterdalen, Norway; 3. Statoil, Fornebu, Norway Engineering Critical Assessment in Sour Service by Fracture and Fatigue Small Scale Sour Testing OMAE Jun Nakamura 1 Nobuyuki Hisamune 2 Tetsuya Fukuba 3 Colin Stuart Scott 3 Ramgopal Thodla 3 Feng Gui 3 1. Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, Amagasaki, Japan; 2. Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, Wakayama, Japan; 3. Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal U.S.A., INC, Houston, TX, USA; 4. DNV Columbus, Inc., Dublin, OH, USA WeDnesDaY, June

70 WeDnesDaY, 13:30 15:00 WeDnesDaY, June 12 Ocean space utilization 5-5 Water Front and Coastal Engineering Wednesday June 12 Room J 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Takeo Kondo, Nihon University, Japan Session Co-Chair: Motohiko Murai, Yokohama National University, Japan Study on Relationship Between Countermeasures and Planning Process in the Case of Waterfront Redevelopment OMAE Takayuki Kaneda Waterfront Vitalization and Environment Research Foundation, Tokyo, Japan Port Logistics Policy of Japanese Government for Strengthening Global Competitiveness of Industry in Case of Ocean Space Utilization OMAE Koji Takahashi 1 Shinichi Urabe 2 Shuichi Umeno 3 Keiji Kozawa 1 Isao Fukuda 1 Takeo Kondo 4 1. Port and Airport Research Institute, Yokosuka, Japan; 2. National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Yokosuka, Japan; 3. Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Chiyoda-ku, Japan; 4. Nihon University, Funabashi, Japan A Fundamental Study on Tsunami Damage Control of Moored Vessels Using the MPS Method OMAE Mitsuhiro Masuda 1 Kiyokazu Minami 2 Koichi Masuda 3 Tomoki Ikoma 3 1. Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Koto-ku, Japan; 2. Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan; 3. Nihon University, Funababshi, Japan Ocean engineering 6-4 Towed and Undersea Cables and Pipes, Mooring, and Buoy Technology Wednesday June 12 Room I 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Jang Whan Kim, Technip, USA Session Co-Chair: Yuriy Drobyshevski, INTECSEA, Australia Research on the Arrangement of the Mooring Lines of a Thruster Assisted Mooring System OMAE Gang Zou, Lei Wang, Feng Zhang Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China Ocean Engineering Mooring Rope Residual Strength and Broken Wires Probability Calculation OMAE Jiaxing Zou, HuiLong Ren, Hao Wang, Chenfeng Li Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China Docking Analysis of Ultra Large Floating System OMAE Jianhui Liu 1 Wenjun Zhong 1 Keli Shen 2 1. Offshore Oil Engineering, Co., Ltd., Tianjin, China; 2. CCCC First Harbor Consultant Co., Ltd., Tianjin, China Research on the Optimization of the Offset and the Power Consumption for a DP Assisted Mooring System OMAE Hongchao Wang, Lei Wang, Hanlin Liu Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China Ocean engineering 6-18 Ocean Measurement and Data Interpretation III Wednesday June 12 R2 - Room Six 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Gus Jeans, Oceanalysis Ltd, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Jon Mikkelsen, University of British Columbia, Canada Sea State Estimation Based on Ship Motions Measurements and Data Fusion OMAE Céline Drouet, Nicolas Cellier, Jeremie Raymond, Denis Martigny DCNS Research /SIREHNA, Nantes, France Empirical Orthogonal Function Analysis of 2D Current Transects in the Fehmarn Belt OMAE Maziar Golestani, Jacob Tornfeldt Sørensen DHI, Horsholm, Denmark The Impact of the Winter North West Pacific Monsoon on Gust Factor OMAE Tomoya Nishida, Takuji Waseda University of Tokyo, Kashiwa, Japan Development of an On-Board Wave Estimation System Based on the Motions of a Moored FPSO: Preliminary Assessments from a Field Campaign OMAE Eduardo A. Tannuri 1 Iuri B. da Silva Bispo 2 Alexandre N. Simos 1 Asdrubal N. Queiroz Filho 2 José Jaime da Cruz 3 Rafaella C. A. Carvalho 4 1. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. Numerical Offshore Tank (TPN), University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 3. Control Eng. Department, Escola Politécnica, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 4. Petrobras E&P, São Paulo, SP, Brazil Polar and arctic sciences and technology 7-3 Numerical Ice Modeling Wednesday June 12 Great Gallery - Room Two 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Erik L. Walter, Det Norske Veritas AS, Norway Session Co-Chair: Walter Kuehnlein, SEA2ICE Ltd. & CO. KG, Germany Probabilistic Modeling of Extreme Value Distributions of Ice Loads on Molikpaq Platform for Sakhalin-II Project OMAE Alexander T. Bekker, Olga A. Sabodash, Roman G. Kovalenko Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russia Arctic Pipelines Strain Demand Prediction OMAE Jianfeng Xu 1 Basel Abdalla 2 Colin McKinnon 3 Annie Audibert Hayet 4 Edmond Coche 4 Vincent Gaffard 4 1. MCS Kenny, Houston, TX, USA; 2. J P Kenny, Inc., Houston, TX, USA; 3. Wood Group Kenny, Staines, United Kingdom; 4. Total SA, Paris, France Numerical Simulation of Ice Ridges Interacting with a Moored Spar OMAE Susanne Støle-Hentschel, Christian Lønøy, Per O. Moslet Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Dynamic Positioning in Level Ice OMAE Ivan Metrikin 1 Sofien Kerkeni 2 Peter Jochmann 3 Sveinung Løset 4 1. NTNU, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Sirehna, Nantes, France; 3. HSVA - The Hamburg Ship Model Basin, Hamburg, Germany; 4. Department of Civil and Transport Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway 68

71 WeDnesDaY, 13:30 15:00 cfd and ViV 8-16 FS: CFD Modeling - Lattice Boltzmann and Solvers Wednesday June 12 R0 - Room Three 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Owen Oakley, Jr., Retired, USA Session Co-Chair: Muk Chen Ong, Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK), Norway Two Phase Flow Simulation with Lattice Boltzmann Method: Application to Wave Breaking OMAE Amir Banari 1 Stephan T. Grilli 1 Christian Janssen 2 1. University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, RI, USA; 2. Inst. M-8, Fluid Dynamics and Ship Theory, Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg, Germany Benchmarking of a Massively Parallel Hybrid CFD Solver for Ocean Applications OMAE Andrew Gerber, Kevin Wilcox, Jian Tao Zhang University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, Canada Numerical Study on Vortex Induce Motion of Floating Body by Lattice Boltzmann Method OMAE Shinichiro Hirabayashi, Hideyuki Suzuki University of Tokyo, Kashiwa, Japan Development of a New Cartesian Explicit Solver for Hydrodynamic Flows OMAE Pierre Bigay 1, 2 Clément Leroy 1 Guillaume Oger 1 Pierre-Michel Guilcher 2 David le Touzé 1 1. Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France; 2. Hydrocean, Nantes, France cfd and ViV 8-20 CYL: Tandem Cylinders Wednesday June 12 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Halvor Lie, MARINTEK, Norway Session Co-Chair: Yiannis Constantinides, Chevron Energy Technology Company, USA Vortex-Induced Vibration Experiment Research of Two Cylinders in Tandem Arrangement OMAE Zhuang Kang, Weixing Liu, Wei Qin Harbin Engineering University, Heilongjiang, China Experimental Investigations of VIV at High Reynolds Numbers for Smooth Circular Cylinders in Single and Tandem Arrangements OMAE Alexandre Cinello 1 François Pétrié 1 Thierry Rippol 1 Bernard Molin 2 Cédric Le Cunff 3 1. Océanide, La Seyne sur Mer, France; 2. Ecole Centrale de Marseille, Marseille, France; 3. Principia, La Ciotat, France Tandem Riser Hydrodynamic Tests at Prototype Reynolds Number OMAE Yiannis Constantinides 1 Kamaldev Raghavan 1 Metin Karayaka 1 Don Spencer 2 1. Chevron Energy Technology Company, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Oceanic Consulting Corporation, St. John s, NL, Canada Ocean renewable energy 9-18 Wind Energy - VIII Wednesday June 12 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Amy N. Robertson, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA Session Co-Chair: Lance Manuel, University of Texas at Austin, USA Irregular Nonlinear Wave Simulation and Associated Loads on Offshore Wind Turbines OMAE Enzo Marino 1 Hieu Huy Nguyen 2 Claudio Lugni 3 Lance Manuel 2 Claudio Borri 1 1. University of Florence, Firenze, Italy; 2. University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA; 3. CNR-INSEAN, Rome, Italy Preliminary Analysis on Integrated Transportation Technique for Offshore Wind Turbines OMAE Zhang Puyang 1 Ding Hongyan 2 Le Conghuan 2 Zhang Siyu 2 Huang Xu 2 1. State Key Laboratory of Hydraulic Engineering, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China; 2. Tianjin University, Tianjin, China On the Extreme Rotor and Support Structure Response of an Offshore Wind Turbine in an Evolving Hurricane OMAE Eungsoo Kim, Lance Manuel University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA Modelling and Analysis of a Semi-Submersible Wind Turbine with a Central Tower with Emphasis on the Brace System OMAE Chenyu Luan, Zhen Gao, Torgeir Moan Centre for Ships and Ocean Structures (CeSOS), NTNU, Trondheim, Norway Ocean renewable energy 9-19 Wave Energy - VII Wednesday June 12 Great Gallery - Room One 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Wei Qiu, Memorial University, Canada Session Co-Chair: Wanan Sheng, University College Cork, Ireland The Economics of Multi-Axis Point Absorber Wave Energy Converters OMAE Daniel Richardson, George A. Aggidis Lancaster University Renewable Energy Group, Lancaster, United Kingdom Peakedness of Wave Systems Observed on the French Wave Energy Test Site (SEM-REV) Using a Spectral Partitioning Algorithm OMAE Jean-Baptiste Saulnier, Izan Le Crom Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France Numerical Modelling of a Heaving Point Absorber in Front of a Vertical Wall OMAE Julius Schay 1 Joydip Bhattacharjee 1 Carlos Guedes Soares 2 1. Centre for Marine Technology and Engineering (CENTEC), Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal; 2. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal Analytical and Numerical Study of Nearshore Multiple Oscillating Water Columns OMAE Kourosh Rezanejad 1 Joydip Bhattacharjee 1 Carlos Guedes Soares 2 1. Centre for Marine Technology and Engineering (CENTEC), Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal; 2. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal WeDnesDaY, June

72 WeDnesDaY, 13:30 15:30 WeDnesDaY, June 12 Offshore geotechnics 10-2 Fluid-Soil-Structure Interaction I Wednesday June 12 Room B/C 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Jisheng Zhang, Hohai University, China Research Studies on Modeling Soil Erosion Caused by External Factors Near Offshore Structures OMAE Leonid G. Shchemelinin 1 Valeriy I. Denisov 2 Kirill E. Sazonov 2 1. Krylov State Research Centre, St.-Petersburg, Russia; 2. Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute, St.-Petersburg, Russia Dynamic Seabed Response Around Wind Turbine Foundation: Donghai Offshore Wind Farm China OMAE Kuntan Chang, Dong Jeng Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China Modelling Sand Foundation Behaviour Underneath Caisson Breakwaters Subject to Breaking Wave Impact OMAE Hisham El Safti, Hocine Oumeraci Leichtweiss-Institute, TU Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics 12-8 Ship Hydrodynamics - Structural Loading and Hydroelastic Effects I Wednesday June 12 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Changhong Hu, Kyushu University, Japan Session Co-Chair: Yongwhan Kim, Seoul National University, Korea Study on Ship Structural Hydroelasticity and Fatigue Assessment in Irregular Seaways OMAE Jung-Hyun Kim 1 Yongwhan Kim 1 Yoo-Il Kim 2 Kyong-Hwan Kim 1 1. Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea; 2. Inha University, Incheon, Korea First Order Reliability Analogies of Nonlinear Bending Moments in Ships OMAE Jan Oberhagemann 1 Vladimir Shigunov 1 Ould el Moctar 2 1. Germanischer Lloyd SE, Hamburg, Germany; 2. University Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany Stability Analysis of Breakwater Under Seepage Flow Using DDA OMAE Guangqi Chen, Lu Zheng, Yingbin Zhang, Simeng Dong, Yasuo Kasugai, Tsukasa Kawakami Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan Petroleum technology symposium Well Drilling Fluids and Hydraulics Wednesday June 12 Room K/L 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Heike Strauss, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany Session Co-Chair: Ergun Kuru, University of Alberta, Canada Modern Rheological Analysis of Drilling Fluids OMAE Anne Schulz, Heike Strauss, Matthias Reich TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Freiberg, Germany Issues with the Density and Rheology of Drilling Fluids Exposed to Extreme Temperatures and Pressures OMAE Mario Zamora, Sanjit Roy, Kenneth Slater M-I SWACO, Houston, TX, USA DRX Wet-Cell and Static Displacement Tests to Understand Salt Deposition and Shale Inhibition Mechanisms OMAE Mohamed Khodja 1 Mustapha Belkadi 2 Ahcene Kaouane 2 Malika Saber Khodja 2 Khadidja Guellil 2 Sofiane Khadraoui 2 1. Algerian Petroleum Institute, Boumerdes, Algeria; 2. Sonatrach/Division Laboratoire, Boumerdes, Algeria Severe Slugging Control Methods Used in Offshore Multiphase Riser OMAE Bing Cheng, Qingping Li, Haiyuan Yao CNOOC Research Institute, Beijing, China Finite Element Contact/Impact Modeling Capability of Complex Surface Effect Ship Dynamics: Preliminary Assessment OMAE Ravi Challa, David Newborn, Solomon Yim Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA Nonlinear Wave Loading of the 3D FE Structural Model of Floating Bodies OMAE Jérôme de Lauzon, François-Xavier Sireta, Sime Malenica Bureau Veritas, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France refreshment BreaK 15:00 15:30 great hall 70

73 WeDnesDaY, 15:30 17:30 concurrent sessions 15:30 17:30 Offshore technology 1-18 Hydrodymamics II Wednesday June 12 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Antonio Carlos Fernandes, COPPE - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil Session Co-Chair: Jang Whan Kim, Technip, USA Consideration of a Rotary Power Take-Off Mechanism as a Wave-Energy Converter on the WindFloat Platform OMAE Samuel Kanner, Ronald Yeung University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA Dynamics of Entrapped Water in Large Diameter Turret Moonpools OMAE Igor de Vries 1 Yann Roux 2 Mamoun Naciri 3 Guillaume Bonnaffoux 1 1. SBM Offshore, Monaco, Monaco; 2. K-Epsilon, Sophia-Antipolis, France; 3. Single Buoy Moorings Inc, Monaco, Monaco A Practical Delta-Omega Approximation of Low Frequency Wave Loads OMAE Charles Monroy, Xiao-Bo Chen, Guillaume de Hauteclocque Bureau Veritas, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France Influence of Motion-related Factors on Air-gap Using Model Test Statistics of a Semisubmersible OMAE Xuelei Feng, Longfei Xiao, Yufeng Kou, Xinliang Tian, Tiebing Shan Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China The Collision Time of Free-floating Multiple Vessels in Waves OMAE Fei Guo, Shixiao Fu, Wei Wei, Weidong Zhang, Xiqia Chen, Yuwang Xu Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China structures, safety and reliability 2-28 Structural Analysis and Optimisation I Wednesday June 12 Room G/H 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Jeom Kee Paik, Pusan National University, Korea Session Co-Chair: Jeong Hwan Kim, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. Ltd., Korea Structural Integrity Assessment of an Aging Fixed Steel Offshore Jacket Platform: A Persian Gulf Case Study OMAE Hamid Golpour 1 Mostafa Zeinoddini 2 Hadi Khalili 1 Ali Golbaz 1 Yashar Yaghubi 1 Mahmoud Reza Adl 1 Pooya Ranjbar 1 Reza Saberi 1 Hamid Matin Nikoo 1 1. TWI Persia Ltd, Tehran, Iran; 2. Khaje Nasir Tousi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran Structural Impact in FPSO Life Extension a Class Perspective OMAE Christiane Machado 1 Sudheer Chand 2 1. American Bureau of Shipping, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. American Bureau of Shipping, Houston, TX, USA An Oil Field Structural Integrity Assessment for Re-qualification and Life Extension OMAE Abe Nezamian, Joshua Altmann WorleyParsons, Melbourne, VIC, Australia Three Dimensional Grillage Analysis of Reactions on Supports of a PE block OMAE Sungchan Kim 1 Cheolho Ryu 1 Youngho Kim 2 Changbong Han 2 Dong Geun Kim 2 1. Inha Technical College, Incheon, Korea; 2. Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. Ltd., Geoje-si, Korea structures, safety and reliability 2-41 Reliability of Renewable Energy Devices II Wednesday June 12 R2 - Room Five 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Zhen Gao, CeSOS, NTNU, Norway Session Co-Chair: Kim Branner, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark Framework for Risk-Based Inspection of an Offshore Wind Farm OMAE Zakoua Guédé 1 Benoit Bigourdan 1 Antoine Rouhan 2 Jean Goyet 2 Philippe Renard 2 1. IFREMER, Plouzané, France; 2. Bureau Veritas, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France System Reliability For Offshore Wind Turbines: Fatigue Failure OMAE Sergio Márquez-Domínguez, John D. Sørensen Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark Reliability Assessment of Fatigue Critical Welded Details in Wind Turbine Jacket Support Structures OMAE Kim Branner 1 Henrik Stensgaard Toft 2 Philipp U. Haselbach 1 John D. Sørensen 2 Anand Natarajan 1 1. Technical University of Denmark, Roskilde, Denmark; 2. Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark Maintenance Planning of an Offshore Wind Turbine Using Stochastic Petri Nets with Predicates OMAE Fernando P. Santos, A.P. Teixeira, Carlos Guedes Soares Centre for Marine Technology and Engineering, Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal Materials technology 3-5 Advances in Steel Technology Wednesday June 12 Centre des Expositions 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Jeong (J. K.) Hong, Battelle, USA Session Co-Chair: Shuwen Wen, Tata Steel R D & T, United Kingdom Sour Resistant High Strength Seamless Pipes for Risers OMAE Matteo Ortolani, Ettore Anelli, Paolo Novelli, Emanuele Paravicini Bagliani Dalmine S.p.A., Dalmine, Italy Grade X65 and X70 Heavy Wall (up to 37mm in thick) UOE Linepipe for Sour Service OMAE Haruo Nakamichi, Nobuyuki Ishikawa, Shigeru Endo, Akihiko Tanizawa, Toru Kawanaka, Shinichi Kakihara, Noriaki Uchitomi JFE Steel Corporation, Fukuyama, Japan Metallurgical Design and Performance of HFW Linepipe with a High-Quality Weld Seam Suitable for Sour Services OMAE Shunsuke Toyoda 1 Sota Goto 1 Takatoshi Okabe 1 Hideto Kimura 1 Shintaro Kumazawa 2 Satoru Yabumoto 2 Akio Sato 2 Tomohiro Inoue 1 Shuichi Sato 2 1. JFE Steel Corporation, Handa, Japan; 2. JFE Steel Corporation, Kawasaki, Japan Steel Plates with Excellent HAZ Toughness for Offshore Structure OMAE Katsuyuki Ichimiya 1 Masao Yuga 1 Kazukuni Hase 1 Shigeru Endo 1 Kenji Hirata 1 Naoki Matsunaga 1 Shinichi Suzuki 2 1. JFE Steel Corporation, Kurashiki, Japan; 2. JFE Steel Corporation, Tokyo, Japan WeDnesDaY, June

74 WeDnesDaY, 15:30 17:30 Evaluation method of large inclusions in highgrade pipeline steel OMAE Y.H. Li 1 H.T. Wang 2 JI Ling-kang 2 Q. Chi 2 Chen Hong-yuan 2 1. CNPC, Xi an, China; 2. Tubular Goods Research Institute of CNPC, Xi an, China Experimental Investigation of Fatigue Performance of a 300 mm 2 Copper Power Conductor OMAE Fachri Nasution, Svein Saevik, Stig Berge Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway WeDnesDaY, June 12 Pipeline and riser technology 4-14 Installation I Wednesday June 12 Room VIP 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Yong Bai, Zhejiang University Session Co-Chair: Rafael Solano, PETROBRAS Weather Window Determination of Top-Tensioned Riser Deployment With Guidewires OMAE Bin Fan, William Thomas FMC, Houston, TX, USA Estimating Dynamic Stress Utilisation in Pipelay Operations Based on Sea Wave Parameters OMAE Uchenna J. Egwuatu, Majid Aleyaasin University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom Assessment of Effective Stiffness Formulation of Concrete Coated Rigid Pipeline OMAE Senthilkumar Durairaj, Joe-Joe Chellakat Satyaraj, Vinod Puthiyaparambath, Manoj John McDermott Middle East, Inc., Dubai, United Arab Emirates Pipeline Shore Approach Installation by Horizontal Directional Drilling OMAE Danilo Machado L. Silva 1 Rafael Solano 2 Antonio Roberto de Medeiros 3 Marcos Rodrigues 1 Fabio Azevedo 2 1. DNV, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. Subsea 7, Niteroi, RJ, Brazil DCV Aegir Pipelay Installation Analyses and Capabilities OMAE Henk Smienk 1 Erwan Karjadi 1 Gabriel Vazquez 1 Patrick Dooley 2 Peter Doherty 3 1. Heerema Marine Contractors BV, Leiden, Netherlands; 2. MCS Kenny, Galway, Ireland; 3. MCS Kenny, Paris, France Pipeline and riser technology 4-25 Fracture and Fatigue III Wednesday June 12 R0 - Room Four 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Ilson Pasqualino, COPPE/UFRJ, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Spyros A. Karamanos, University of Thessaly Riser Resistance to In-Service Fatigue Loading OMAE Francesco Iob 1 Elisabetta Mecozzi 1 Luigi Di Vito 1 Philippe Darcis 2 Israel Marines 3 Hector Manuel Quintanilla-Carmona 3 1. Centro Sviluppo Materiali, Rome, Italy; 2. TenarisDalmine, Dalmine, Italy; 3. Tenaris Tamsa, Veracruz, VER, Mexico Direct Hang-Off Model to Evaluate Fatigue Damage at Riser Hang-Off OMAE Yucheng Hou 1 Jiabei Yuan 1 Yanqiu Zhang 1 Zhimin Tan 1 Terry Sheldrake 2 1. GE Wellstream, Houston, TX, USA; 2. GE, Wellstream, Newcastle, United Kingdom Real-Time Riser Fatigue Monitoring Routine: Architecture, Data and Results OMAE Scot McNeill 1 Puneet Agarwal 1 Daniel Kluk 1 Kenneth Bhalla 1 Tomokazu Saruhashi 2 Ikuo Sawada 2 Masanori Kyo 2 Eigo Miyazaki 2 Yasuyuki Yamazaki 2 1. Stress Engineering Services, Inc., Houston, TX, USA; 2. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan Ocean engineering 6-6 Computational Mechanics and Design Applications Wednesday June 12 Room I 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Ashkan Rafiee, University College Dublin, Ireland Session Co-Chair: Daniel T. Valentine, Clarkson University, USA Numerical Simulation of Wave Interaction with an Oscillating Wave Surge Converter OMAE Ashkan Rafiee 1 Bjoern Elsaesser 2 Frederic Dias 1 1. University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland; 2. Queen s University Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom Model Testing and CFD Analysis of 2D Profiles Towards Offshore Applications OMAE Lucas Machado, Antonio Carlos Fernandes, Gustavo C. R. Bodstein COPPE - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Study on Numerical Simulation of Jacket Launch Progress OMAE Lingzhi Xiong, Jianmin Yang, Xin Li, Xin Xu Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Wave-Induced Loads on a Deep-Vee Catamaran in Regular Waves OMAE M.B. Bashir, Longbin Tao, M. Atlar, R.S. Dow Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom Ocean engineering 6-15 Fluid-Structure and Hydroelastic Interaction Wednesday June 12 R2 - Room Six 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Yangyang Gao, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Session Co-Chair: Janou Hennig, MARIN, Netherlands Efficient Semi-Analytical Methodology for the Pre-Design Analysis of the Shock Response of Marine Structures OMAE Serguei Iakovlev 1 Jean-Francois Sigrist 2 Cedric Leblond 4 Hugo A. F. A. Santos 5 Cris T. Seaton 3 Kyle Williston 3 1. Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada; 2. DCNS, La Montagne, France; 3. Department of Engineering Mathematics, Halifax, NS, Canada; 4. DCNS Centre de Nantes Indret, La Montagne, France; 5. Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Lisbon, Portugal Motion Monitoring of T-Shaped Launching Barge with LW3-1 Jacket Dry-Towing from Qingdao to South China Sea OMAE Hanbing Luo 1 Peng Xie 1 Zhi Zhang 1 Dongchi Yu 1 Huailiang Li 2 Alan Wang 2 1. Tianjin University, Tianjin, China; 2. Installation Company, China Offshore Oil Engineering Co., Ltd., Tianjin, China Assessment of Hull Monitoring Measurements for a Large Blunt Vessel OMAE Gaute Storhaug, Ole J. Hareide Det Norske Veritas, Oslo, Norway Scaling of the Hydroelastic Response of Flexible Lifting Bodies in Transitional and Turbulent Flows OMAE Antoine Ducoin 1 Yin Lu Young 2 1. ENSAM ParisTech, Paris, France; 2. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA 72

75 WeDnesDaY, 15:30 17:30 Polar and arctic sciences and technology 7-4 Dynamic Positioning and Structures in Ice Wednesday June 12 Great Gallery - Room Two 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Basel Abdalla, J P Kenny, Inc., USA Session Co-Chair: Walter Kuehnlein, SEA2ICE Ltd. & CO. KG, Germany Dynamic Positioning in Ice Comparison of Control Laws in Open Water and Ice OMAE Sofien Kerkeni 1 Xavier Dalsanto 1 Ivan Metrikin 2 1. Sirehna, Nantes, France; 2. NTNU, Trondheim, Norway DYPIC Dynamic Positioning in Ice Second Phase of Model Testing OMAE Andrea Haase, Peter Jochmann HSVA - The Hamburg Ship Model Basin, Hamburg, Germany Estimating Characteristic Load Effects on Floating Structures in Ice OMAE Erik L. Walter, Susanne Støle-Hentschel, Per O. Moslet Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway Capability Plots of Dynamic Positioning in Ice OMAE Sofien Kerkeni 1 Ivan Metrikin 2 Peter Jochmann 3 1. Sirehna, Nantes, France; 2. NTNU, Trondheim, Norway; 3. HSVA - The Hamburg Ship Model Basin, Hamburg, Germany cfd and ViV 8-17 CFD Applications and FOS Wednesday June 12 R0 - Room Three 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Muk Chen Ong, Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK), Norway Session Co-Chair: Owen Oakley, Jr., Retired, USA Numerical Prediction of the Cooling of Burnt Cable for the Prevention of Re-Ignition OMAE Dmitry G. Lanin 1 Olga A. Sabodash 2 Boris V. Balakin 3 Sergey G. Tsarichenko 1 1. All-Russian Institute for Fire Safety, Balashikha, Russia; 2. Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russia; 3. University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway Coupled Transient CFD and Diffraction Modeling for Installation of Subsea Equipment/ Structures in Splash Zone OMAE David Jia 1 Madhusuden Agrawal 2 1. Technip, Houston, TX, USA; 2. ANSYS, Houston, TX, USA Using Model Test Data to Assess VIV Factor of Safety for SCR and TTR in GoM OMAE Emmanuel Fontaine 1 Jeremy Rosen 1 Hayden Marcollo 1 J. Kim Vandiver 2 Michael Triantafyllou 2 Themis Resvanis 2 Carl Martin Larsen 3 Michael Tognarelli 4 Owen Oakley, Jr. 5 Yiannis Constantinides 6 Daniel R Johnstone 1 1. Amog Consulting, Notting Hill, VIC, Australia; 2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA; 3. NTNU, Trondheim, Norway; 4. BP America Production Co., Houston, TX, USA; 5. Retired, Alamo, CA, USA; 6. Chevron Energy Technology Company, Houston, TX, USA cfd and ViV 8-21 CYL: Tandem Cylinders, Spheres and Boundary Layers Wednesday June 12 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Yiannis Constantinides, Chevron Energy Technology Company, USA Session Co-Chair: John Chaplin, University of Southampton, United Kingdom Effect of Spacing on Flow-Induced Motions of Two-Cylinders in Tandem at 15,000<Re<70,000 OMAE Eun Soo Kim 1 Augustin Bas 2 Benjamin Francis 2 Nour A. Melliti 3 Paraskevi E. Bernitsas 1 Vahid Arefi 1 Austin Kana 1 Hongrae Park 1 Michael Bernitsas 1 1. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA; 2. Ecole Navale et Groupe des Ecoles du Poulmic, Lanvéoc, France; 3. ENSTA ParisTech, Palaiseau, France; 4. Awty International School, Saline, MI, USA Wake-Induced Transverse Vibration of Two Interfering Cylinders in Tandem Arrangement: Modelling and Analysis OMAE Milad Armin, Narakorn Srinil University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom 2-D Rans vs. Experiments of Flow Induced Motions of Multiple Circular Cylinders with Passive Turbulence Control OMAE Lin Ding 1 Yang Chen 2 Eun Soo Kim 2 Michael Bernitsas 2 1. Chongqing University, Chongqing, China; 2. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA Wake-Induced Vibration (WIV) of Two Tandem Pre-Tensioned Flexible Cylinders OMAE Bijan Sanaati 1 Naomi Kato 2 1. Azad University, Bookan, Iran; 2. Osaka University, Osaka, Japan Boundaries Influence on the Flow Field Around an Oscillating Sphere OMAE Domenica Mirauda 1 Antonio Volpe Plantamura 1 Stefano Malavasi 2 1. Basilicata University, Potenza, Italy; 2. Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy Ocean renewable energy 9-20 Wind Energy - IX Wednesday June 12 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Marc Cahay, Technip France, France Session Co-Chair: Maurizio Collu, Cranfield University, United Kingdom Verification of Engineering Modeling Tools for Floating Offshore Wind Turbines OMAE Tiago Duarte 1 Denis Matha 2 David Tomàs 3 Frieder Schuon 3 Antonio J. N. A. Sarmento 1 1. Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal; 2. Stuttgart Wind Energy, University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany; 3. Catalonia Institute for Energy Research, Barcelona, Spain Long-Term Prediction of Wave Induced Responses of Offshore Floating Wind Turbines OMAE Hasan Bagbanci 1 Debabrata Karmakar 2 Carlos Guedes Soares 2 1. Center for Marine Technology and Engineering, Lisboa, Portugal; 2. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal Tank Testing of a New Concept of Floating Offshore Wind Turbine OMAE Marc Le Boulluec 1 Alexis Martin 2 Anne Houmard 3 Jérémy Ohana 1 1. IFREMER, Plouzane, France; 2. DCNS -Energies Marines Renouvelables, Brest, France; 3. Nass et Wind, Lorient, France WeDnesDaY, June

76 WeDnesDaY, 15:30 17:30 WeDnesDaY, June 12 Numerical Simulations for Installation of Offshore Wind Turbine Monopiles Using Floating Vessels OMAE Lin Li, Zhen Gao, Torgeir Moan CeSOS, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway At-Sea Experiment of a Hybrid Spar Type Offshore Wind Turbine OMAE Shigesuke Ishida 1 Kentaroh Kokubun 1 Tadashi Nimura 1 Tomoaki Utsunomiya 2 Iku Sato 3 Shigeo Yoshida 4 1. National Maritime Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan; 2. Department Civil and Earth Resources Engineering, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan; 3. Toda Corporation, Tokyo, Japan; 4. Hitachi, Ltd., Hitachi, Japan Ocean renewable energy 9-21 Wave Energy - VIII Wednesday June 12 Great Gallery - Room One 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Ole S. Petersen, DHI Water & Environment, Denmark Session Co-Chair: Antonio Falcao, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal A Feasibility Study on Hybrid Use of Ocean Renewable Energy Resources around Japan OMAE Tomoki Taniguchi, Shigesuke Ishida, Yoshimasa Minami National Maritime Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan Design, Modelling and Analysis of a Combined Semi-Submersible Floating Wind Turbine and Wave Energy Point-Absorber OMAE Imanol Touzon Gonzalez 1 Pierpaolo Ricci 2 Miren Josune Sanchez 1 Germán Perez Moran 1 Francesco Boscolo 1 1. Tecnalia Research and Innovation, Derio, Spain; 2. Global Maritime Consultancy Ltd, London, United Kingdom On Design and Building of a U-OWC Wave Energy Converter in the Mediterranean Sea: a Case Study OMAE Felice Arena 1 Giovanni Malara 1 Alessandra Romolo 1 Alfredo Ascanelli 2 1. Mediterranea University, Reggio Calabria, Italy; 2. Impresa Pietro Cidonio SpA, Rome, Italy Point Absorber Design for a Combined Wind and Wave Energy Converter on a Tension-Leg Support Structure OMAE Erin E. Bachynski, Torgeir Moan Center for Ships and Ocean Structures (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway Two-Dimensional Model for Wave-Induced Pore Pressure Accumulation in Marine Sediments OMAE Hongyi Zhao 1 Dong-Sheng Jeng 1 Huijie Zhang 2 Jisheng Zhang 3 1. University of Dundee, Dundee, United Kingdom; 2. Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang, China; 3. Hohai University, Nanjing, China Numerical Evaluation of PLEM Structure and Foundation Modes of Failure and Failure Consequences OMAE Basel Abdalla 1 Haixia Mei 2 1. J P Kenny, Inc., Houston, TX, USA; 2. MCS Kenny, Houston, TX, USA Petroleum technology symposium 11-1 Multi-scale Reservoir Characterization for Effective Enhanced Oil and Gas Recovery Wednesday June 12 Room K/L 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Anuj Gupta, Texas A&M University at Qatar, Qatar Study of Use of Supercritical CO 2 to Enhance Gas Recovery and Its Interaction with Carbonate Reservoirs OMAE Hicham El Hajj, Uchenna Odi, Anuj Gupta Texas A&M University at Qatar, Doha, Qatar Improvement of Waterflood Oil Recovery by Wettability Alteration in Carbonate Reservoirs OMAE Ahmad Dakik, Anuj Gupta Texas A&M University at Qatar, Doha, Qatar Geology-Based Reservoir Model Building for Carbonate Reservoirs OMAE Lydia Lagkaditi 1 Ashok Srivastava 2 Anuj Gupta 1 1. Texas A&M University at Qatar, Doha, Qatar; 2. Schlumberger Overseas S.A., Doha, Qatar Fluid Dynamical and Modeling Issues of Chemical Flooding for Enhanced Oil Recovery OMAE Prabir Daripa Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA Mesoscale Modeling of Non-Isothermal Fluid Displacement in Capillary Tube Using Dissipative Particle Dynamics OMAE Md Shamsuzzaman, Mysore G. Satish Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada Offshore geotechnics 10-8 Fluid-Soil-Structure Interaction II Wednesday June 12 Room B/C 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Dong-Sheng Jeng, University of Dundee, Scotland FEA-Based Stability Analysis of Mudmats Coupled Soil-Structure-Flowline Interaction Model OMAE Basel Abdalla 1 Steven Wang 2 Kabir Hossain 2 1. J P Kenny, Inc., Houston, TX, USA; 2. MCS Kenny, Houston, TX, USA Modeling of Wave-Induced Seabed Response and Liquefaction Potential around Pile Foundation OMAE Titi Sui 1 Jisheng Zhang 2 Chi Zhang 2 Jinhai Zheng 2 1. Hohai, Nanjing, China; 2. Hohai University, Nanjing, China Scour Assessment and Measurements for Pilesupported Wind Turbine Foundations OMAE Bruno Stuyts 1 David N. Cathie 1 Yi Xie 2 1. Cathie Associates, Diegem, Belgium; 2. Advanced Geomechanics, Nedlands, WA, Australia Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics 12-9 Ship Hydrodynamics - Structural Loading and Hydroelastic Effects II Wednesday June 12 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Yongwhan Kim, Seoul National University, Korea Session Co-Chair: Changhong Hu, Kyushu University, Japan Linear and Nonlinear Sectional Loads with Potential and Field Methods OMAE Alexander von Graefe 1 Jan Oberhagemann 2 Vladimir Shigunov 2 Ould el Moctar 1 1. University Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany; 2. Germanischer Lloyd SE, Hamburg, Germany 74

77 WeDnesDaY, 19:30 23:00 CFD Simulation of Flexible Ship in Regular Head Waves OMAE Changhong Hu 1 Kangping Liao 1 Wenyang Duan 2 1. Kyushu University, Kasuga, Fukuoka, Japan; 2. Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China Safeguarding life, property and the environment Non Linearity of Extreme Vertical Bending Moment Comparison of Design Wave Approaches and Short Term Approaches OMAE Guillaume de Hauteclocque, Quentin Derbanne, Therard Mienahou Bureau Veritas, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France Non Linearity of Extreme Vertical Bending Moment Discussion of the Existing Rule Formulation OMAE Quentin Derbanne, Guillaume de Hauteclocque, Therard Mienahou Bureau Veritas, Neuilly sur Seine, France Experimental and Numerical Extreme Motions and Vertical Bending Moments Induced by Abnormal Waves on a Bulk Carrier OMAE Guillermo Vasquez, Nuno Fonseca, Carlos Guedes Soares Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal final BanQuet 19:30 23:00 Les Machines de l île See Social Events, Page 13 for more details. Sesam TM HydroD Advanced stability and hydrodynamic analysis made easy Visit us at booth No STX France SA - Avenue Bourdelle Saint Nazaire - France marine renewable energy INTECSEA is the world s leading independent deepwater engineering and project management company, providing full service global solutions in the subsea, pipeline arenas. Wellhead to Market - anywhere in the world Offshore foundations Electrical substations Specialized vessels Logistics expertise

78 thursday, 8:30 10:00 thursday, June 13 Thursday, June 13 concurrent sessions 08:30 10:00 Offshore technology 1-12 Risers I Thursday June 13 Room 450 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Peimin Cao, SBM Offshore, USA Session Co-Chair: John Halkyard, John E Halkyard & Associates, USA Multidimensional Interpolation Filters Development for Risers Database Analysis OMAE Ricardo Gonçalves 1 Edison C. P. Lima 2 1. LACEO - Laboratory of Analysis and Reliability of Offshore Structures/COPPE/ UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Evaluation of Safe and Failure Zones of Risers and Mooring Lines of Floating Production Systems OMAE Aldo Roberto Cruces Girón 1 Breno Jacob 2 Fabrício Correa 1 1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. LAMCSO - COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil The Effect of Wave Energy Spreading on the Mooring and Riser System Response of a Spread-Moored FPSO OMAE Marcelo Caire, Rafael Schiller MARINTEK, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil A Frequency-Domain, Finite-Order Representation of a Catenary Riser s Dominant Nonlinear Dynamics OMAE Dimitris C. Kazangas 1 Nikolas Xiros 2 Ioannis K. Chatjigeorgiou 1 1. School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Athens,, Greece; 2. University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA, USA structures, safety and reliability 2-29 Structural Analysis and Optimisation II Thursday June 13 Room G/H 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Shengming Zhang, Lloyd s Register, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Christiane Machado, American Bureau of Shipping, Brazil Experimental Study on Water Damping Effects of Hybrid Floating Structure OMAE Youn-Ju Jeong, Young-Jun You, Du-Ho Lee, Min-Su Park Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Goyang, Korea Structural Performance of the Optimum Floating Structure for Reduced Motion OMAE Du-Ho Lee, Youn-Ju Jeong, Min-Su Park, Young-Jun You Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Goyang, Korea Effective Shear Area in One Dimensional Ship Hull Finite Element Models to Predict Natural Frequencies of Vibration OMAE Severino Fonseca SilvaNeto 1 Osvaldo Pinheiro de Souza Silva 2 Ilson Pasqualino 3 Antonio Carlos Ramos Troyman 3 1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. CIAGA/ UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil A Reduced Modeling Methodology for Efficient Ocean Wave CFD Simulation of Fully Submerged Structures OMAE Daniel Markus 1 Majid Hojjat 1 Roland Wüchner 1 Matthias Arnold 2 Kai-Uwe Bletzinger 1 1. TU München, Munich, Germany; 2. Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany structures, safety and reliability 2-42 Risk Analysis and Safety Management I Thursday June 13 R2 - Room Five 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Marc Maes, University of Calgary, Canada Session Co-Chair: Gilberto F. M. de Souza, Polytechnic School - University of São Paulo, Brazil Risk and Reliability Analyses for Innovative LNG Offshore Floating Units OMAE Olivier Benyessaad, Diane Ruf Bureau Veritas, Neuilly Sur Seine, France Safety Analysis at Conceptual Design of Marine Structures OMAE Nikolai Valdman Krylov State Reseach Centre, Saint-Petersburg, Russia Management of Change for the Marine and Offshore Industries OMAE Maria P. Verzbolovskis, Jorge E. Ballesio American Bureau of Shipping, Houston, TX, USA Experience in the Application of the Goal Setting Regime and Risk-Based Design of Safety Critical Elements in the Oil & Gas Industry OMAE S. Medonos 1 R W Brewerton 2 P. Geddes 3 R. Raman 4 C C E Wilkins 5 1. Petrellus Engineering Ltd, Meopham, United Kingdom; 2. Natabelle Technology Ltd, Kent, United Kingdom; 3. Global Solutions (UK) Ltd, Stonehaven, Scotland; 4. LR Scandpower (a member of the Lloyd s Register Group), Sydney, NSW, Australia; 5. Blackmill Consultants Ltd, Sandhurst, United Kingdom Materials technology 3-12 Structural/Asset Integrity Thursday June 13 Centre des Expositions 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Pedro Vargas, Chevron Energy Technology Company, USA Session Co-Chair: Gabriel Rombado, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Characterization of the Uncertainties in the Inspection Results of Intelligent Pigs OMAE Mamdouh Salama 1 Chris Dash 2 Bruce Nestleroth 3 Marc Maes 4 1. Conocophillips Company, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Conocophillips Company, Anchorage, AK, USA; 3. Battelle, Columbus, OH, USA; 4. Blade Energy Partners, Frisco, TX, USA Environment Induced Cracking in Weld Joints in Subsea Oil and Gas Systems Part II OMAE Michael Dodge 1 H Dong 1 Marcio Milititsky 2 R P Barnett 2 Mike F. Gittos 2 1. University of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom; 2. TWI Ltd., Cambridge, United Kingdom Evaluating Synergistic Effects of Corrosion in Petroleum Service OMAE Michael Fischer 1 Raresh Pascali 2 Marcus Gamino 3 1. University of Houston, Katy, TX, USA; 2. University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA; 3. University of Houston, Rosenberg, TX, USA Utilization of Piping Inspection Data for Continuous Improvement: a Methodology to Visualize Coverage and Finding Rates OMAE R.M. Chandima Ratnayake University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway 76

79 thursday, 8:30 10:00 Pipeline and riser technology 4-16 Flexible Pipes I Thursday June 13 R0 - Room Four 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Ney Roitman, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Antoine Felix Henry, Technip Finite Element Modeling of Flexible Pipes Under Crushing Loads OMAE Eduardo Malta 1 Clovis Martins 2 Silas Gonçalves 2 Alfredo Gay Neto 2 1. Escola Politecnica da Universidade de Sao Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. University Of Sao Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil Effect of Material Plasticity and Metallic Layer Profiles on the Crushing Resistance of Flexible Pipes OMAE Marcel Sato, Rafael Loureiro Tanaka, Elson Albuquerque, Rafael Morini, Carlos Godinho Prysmian Surflex Umbilicais e Tubos Flexiveis do Brasil, Cariacica, ES, Brazil Deep Water Carcass Development Effects of Carcass Profile on Collapse Resistance OMAE Jian Zhao 1 Zhimin Tan 2 Terry Sheldrake 1 1. Wellstream Flexibles, GE Oil&Gas, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom; 2. GE, Wellstream, Houston, TX, USA Carcass Failures in Multilayer PVDF Risers OMAE Knut-Aril Farnes 1 Claus Kristensen 2 Steinar Kristoffersen 3 Jan Muren 4 Nils Sødahl 5 1. Statoil, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Statoil ASA, Fornebu, Norway; 3. Statoil, Fornebu, Norway; 4. 4Subsea, Asker, Norway; 5. Det Norske Veritas AS, Høvik/Oslo, Norway Pipeline and riser technology 4-40 Design and Analysis VIII Thursday June 13 Room VIP 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Majid Hesar, Subsea7, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Svein Saevik, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Simulation of Hooking Event in Fish Trawling Operation OMAE Xiaopeng Wu 1 Vegard Longva 2 Svein Saevik 2 Torgeir Moan 1 1. Centre for Ships and Ocean Structures, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway Reassessment of Dynamically Stable Pipelines Accounting for Potential Clashing with New Assets OMAE Daniel Carneiro, Sabine Powell, David Timmins, Pier Bruzzo Wood Group Kenny, Perth, WA, Australia Hydrodynamic Forces on Subsea Pipelines Due to Orbital Wave Effects OMAE Annelise Karreman 1 Terry Griffiths 2 Jeremy Leggoe 1 Lisa King 2 Nino Fogliani 3 1. University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, Australia; 2. Wood Group Kenny, Perth, WA, Australia; 3. Woodside Energy Ltd., Perth, WA, Australia Influence of Axial Boundary Conditions on Free Spanning Pipeline Natural Frequencies OMAE Gareth Forbes 1 Ahmed Reda 2 1. Department of Mechanical Engineering, Curtin University, Perth, WA, Australia; 2. Intecsea, Perth, WA, Australia Ocean engineering 6-7 Coastal Engineering I Thursday June 13 Room I 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Keith Machutchon, Lasimanco International (Pty) Ltd, South Africa Session Co-Chair: Daniel T. Valentine, Clarkson University, USA The water dynamic experimental study of new flexible floating breakwaters OMAE Wang Hong 1 Xu Hongbin 2 1. Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, Zhenjiang, China; 2. Ship and Ocean Engineering College of Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, Zhenjiang, China Quantitative Calculation of Resonant Modes in Harbors Induced by Solitary Waves OMAE Jun-Liang Gao, Guo-hai Dong, Xiao-Zhou Ma, Yu-xiang Ma Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China Experimental Investigation on Hydrodynamic Performance of Twin-pontoon-plate Floating Breakwater OMAE Zhijie Chen 1 Biao Yang 2 Guoyu Wang 3 Yongxue Wang 2 Jia He 4 1. Third Institute of Oceanography, Xiamen, China; 2. State Key Laboratory of Coastal and Offshore Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China; 3. Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China; 4. Third Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, Xiamen, China Combined Random Swell Waves and Transient Long Waves: Dissipation Characteristics OMAE James Kaihatu Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA Ocean engineering 6-16 Multi-body and Wave-body Interaction Thursday June 13 R2 - Room Six 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Janou Hennig, MARIN, Netherlands Session Co-Chair: Rene Huijsmans, Technical University of Delft, Netherlands On the Intrinsic Mechanism of Wakes Interference Past Two Cylinders Towed Beneath a Free Surface OMAE Dominique Rajaona 1 Toky Ramanakoto 2 1. University of Le Havre, LOMC, UMR CNRS 6492, Sainte Adresse, France; 2. University of Le Havre, LOMC UMR CNRS 6294, Le Havre, France Hydrodynamic Interactions in Multiple Body Array: a Simple and Fast Approach Coupling Boundary Element Method and Plane Wave Approximation OMAE Jitendra Singh, Aurélien Babarit Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France Crescent Waves on Finite Water Depth OMAE Zhili Zou, Yalong Zhou, Kai Yan Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China Systematic Dynamic Modeling and Simulation of Multibody Offshore Structures: Application to Wave Energy Converters OMAE François Rongère, Alain Clément LUNAM Université, Ecole Centrale de Nantes -CNRS, Nantes, France thursday, June

80 thursday, 8:30 10:00 thursday, June 13 Polar and arctic sciences and technology 7-5 Arctic Sea Transportation I Thursday June 13 Great Gallery - Room Two 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Sören Ehlers, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Session Co-Chair: Vilmar Aesoy, Aalesund University College, Norway Calculation Method Research of Geometric Collision Probability for Ship and Ice OMAE Zhang Jian, Zhang Chong Lin, Yin Qun, Zhang Miao Rong Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, Zhen Jiang, China Probabilistic Methodology for Design of Arctic Ships OMAE Freeman Ralph 1 Ian Jordaan 2 1. C-CORE/CARD, St. John s, NL, Canada; 2. Ian Jordaan and Associates, St John s, NL, Canada Risk and Reliability Centered Maintenance for Maritime Operations in the Arctic Experience from Fishing OMAE Edgar McGuinness 1 Tora Dypvik 1 Ingrid Bouwer Utne 1 Ingunn Marie Holmen 2 1. Department of Marine Technology, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Sintef Fisheries and Aquaculture, Trondheim, Norway Navigation in the Russian Arctic: Sea Ice Caused Difficulties and Accidents OMAE Nataliya Marchenko University Centre in Svalbard, Longyearbyen, Norway cfd and ViV 8-22 Verification and Validation (V&V) Workshop III Thursday June 13 R0 - Room Three 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Luis Eca, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal Session Co-Chair: Guilherme Vaz, MARIN, Netherlands Analysis of a Straked Riser by Model Testing and CFD OMAE Guilherme Vaz 1 Arjen Koop 1 Douwe Rijpkema 1 Jaap de Wilde 1 Guilherme Rosetti 2 1. MARIN, Wageningen, Netherlands; 2. USP - TPN, São Paulo, SP, Brazil Verification Issues Related to CFD Simulations of Flow around Circular Cylinders OMAE Jose Escobar, Ismail Celik, Albio Gutierrez-Amador West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, USA Transient Analysis of Flow Around 3D Straked-Riser with a Lattice-Boltzmann Method OMAE Monica Mier-Torrecilla 1 Tobias Horstman 1 David M. Holman 2 Mauricio Zurita-Gotor 1 1. Abengoa Research, Seville, Spain; 2. Next Limit Technologies, Madrid, Spain Numerical Simulation of a Fixed Cylinder at High Reynolds Numbers: Solution Validation OMAE Simone Mandelli, Stefano Malavasi Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy cfd and ViV 8-26 Drilling Risers and Empirical Modeling Thursday June 13 Room 150 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Carl Larsen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Session Co-Chair: Arthur E.P. Veldman, University of Groningen, Netherlands Experimental Study on the Characteristics of VIV and Whirl Motion of Rotating Drill Pipe OMAE Tomoya Inoue 1 Chang-Kyu Rheem 2 Masanori Kyo 3 Hide Sakaguchi 1 Miki Y Matsuo 1 1. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Yokohama, Japan; 2. University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; 3. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan Drilling Riser VIV Analysis Using Time Domain Code SimVIV OMAE Djoni Sidarta Horton Wison Deepwater, Houston, TX, USA VIV Excitation Competition Between Bare and Buoyant Segments of Flexible Cylinders OMAE Zhibiao Rao 1 J. Kim Vandiver 1 Vikas Jhingran 2 1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA; 2. Shell International E&P inc, Houston, TX, USA VIV Safety Factors for Drilling Risers: Propagating Model Uncertainty in a Long-Term Reliability Analysis OMAE Michael Tognarelli 1 Mike Campbell 2 Nikhil Panicker 3 Steven R. Winterstein 4 1. BP America Production Co., Houston, TX, USA; 2. 2H Offshore Inc, Houston, TX, USA; 3. 2H Offshore, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 4. Probability-Based Engineering, Menlo Park, CA, USA Ocean renewable energy 9-22 Wind Energy - X Thursday June 13 Room 300 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Enzo Marino, University of Florence, Italy Session Co-Chair: Claudio Lugni, CNR-INSEAN, Italy Dynamic Excitation of Monopiles by Steep and Breaking Waves. Experimental and Numerical Study OMAE Henrik Bredmose 1 Peter Slabiak 2 Lasse Sahlberg-Nielsen 2 Flemming Schlütter 3 1. Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark; 2. DTU Wind Energy, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark; 3. DHI, Hørsholm, Denmark A Surface Ice Module for Wind Turbine Dynamic Response Simulation Using FAST OMAE Bingbin Yu 1 Dale G. Karr 1 Huimin Song 2 Senu Sirnivas 3 1. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA; 2. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Boulder, CO, USA; 3. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, USA Conceptual Design of a Single-Point-Moored FOWT and Tank Test for Its Motion Characteristics OMAE Kazuhiro Iijima 1 Misako Kawai 2 Yasunori Nihei 3 Motohiko Murai 4 Tomoki Ikoma 5 1. Osaka University, Osaka, Japan; 2. Osaka University, Suita, Japan; 3. Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan; 4. Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan; 5. Nihon University, Funabashi, Japan 78

81 thursday, 8:30 10:30 Floating Axis Wind and Water Turbine for High Utilization of Sea Surface Area: Design of Sub-megawatt Prototype Turbine OMAE Takuju Nakamura 1 Kentaro Mizumukai 1 Hiromichi Akimoto 2 Yutaka Hara 3 Takafumi Kawamura 4 1. MODEC, Inc., Tokyo, Japan; 2. Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Korea; 3. Tottori University, Tottori, Japan; 4. Computational Fluid Dynamics Consulting Inc., Tokorozawa, Japan Ocean renewable energy 9-23 Wave Energy - IX Thursday June 13 Great Gallery - Room One 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Antonio Falcao, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal Session Co-Chair: Ole S. Petersen, DHI Water & Environment, Denmark Wave Power Extraction by an Oscillating Wave Surge Converter in Random Sea OMAE Dripta Sarkar, Emiliano Renzi, Frederic Dias University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland CFD Analysis of a Unidirectional Axial Turbine for Twin Turbine Topology in OWC Plants OMAE Bruno Pereiras 1 Pablo Valdez 2 Francisco Castro 2 Julio C. Garrido 2 1. University of Oviedo, Gijón, Spain; 2. University of Valladolid, Valladolid, Spain U - Oscillating Water Column in Random Waves: Modelling and Performances OMAE Giovanni Malara, Felice Arena Mediterranea University, Reggio Calabria, Italy Effects of the Mooring Line Configuration on the Dynamics of a Point Absorber OMAE Vincenzo Nava 1 Marin Rajic 2 Carlos Guedes Soares 3 1. Tecnalia, Bilbao, Spain; 2. CENTEC - Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal; 3. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics Ship Hydrodynamics - Added Resistance Thursday June 13 Room 200 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Masaru Tsujimoto, National Maritime Research Institute, Japan Session Co-Chair: Torgeir K. Vada, Det Norske Veritas, Norway Analysis of Added Resistance: Comparative Study on Different Methodologies OMAE Min-Guk Seo, Jaehoon Lee, Dong-Min Park, Kyung-Kyu Yang, Kyong-Hwan Kim, Yongwhan Kim Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea A Mesh Dependency Study for the Mean Drift Forces by Pressure Integration OMAE Zhi-Yuan Pan 1 Torgeir K. Vada 1 Finn-Christian W. Hanssen 2 1. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway; 2. Moss Maritime, Lysaker, Norway Development of a Calculation Method for Fuel Consumption of Ships in Actual Seas with Performance Evaluation OMAE Masaru Tsujimoto, Mariko Kuroda, Naoto Sogihara National Maritime Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan Influence of Ship Behaviour in a Seaway on CO 2 Emissions OMAE Jasna Prpic-Orsic 1 Odd M. Faltinsen 2 Tomislav Mrakovcic 1 1. University of Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia; 2. CeSOS, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway refreshment BreaK 10:00 10:30 great hall Offshore geotechnics 10-1 Seabed Properties Thursday June 13 Room B/C 8:30 10:00 Session Chair: Jürgen Grabe, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany Small High Frequency Powerful Vibrator and its Application to Underwater Sound Generator OMAE Shinichi Takagawa University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan Effectiveness of Geophysical Methods in Calcareous Harbor Fills OMAE Horst Brandes University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, USA Variation of the Mechanical Properties of the Marine Soft Clay with Methane Gas OMAE Raul Nava 1 Willard DeGroff 2 Kuat Gan 3 Paul Ruckman 4 Jean Audibert 5 1. Fugro Chance de México, Apizaco, TLAX, Mexico; 2. Fugro, Houston, TX, USA; 3. Fugro McClleland Marine Geoscience, Houston, TX, USA; 4. Fugro Chance de Mexico, Ciudad del Carmen, CAM, Mexico; 5. Private Consultant, Houston, TX, USA thursday, June 13 Instrumenting Giant Piston Corers: a Decisive Step in Understanding Coring Process and Interpreting Data OMAE PO Stanislas 1 Woerther Patrice 2 1. Fugro Geoconsulting France, Nanterre, France; 2. IFREMER, Plouzane, France 79

82 thursday, 10:30 12:00 thursday, June 13 concurrent sessions 10:30 12:00 Offshore technology 1-13 Risers II Thursday June 13 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Howard Wang, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company, USA Session Co-Chair: H. Ronald Riggs, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA Design Advantages on Umbilical Systems Brought by a New High Performance SDSS Tube OMAE Jean-Philippe Roques 1 Anne Courbot 2 Henri Romazzotti 1 Olivier Wagner 3 Jerome Peultier 3 Guy Durand 3 1. TOTAL SA, Paris, France; 2. TOTAL SA, Pau, France; 3. Vallourec Umbilical, Venarey Les Laumes, France Connectors for Production Risers OMAE Marco Figoni 1 Sudheer Chand 2 1. American Bureau of Shipping, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. American Bureau of Shipping, Houston, TX, USA Advanced Deepwater Monitoring System OMAE David Brower 1 John Hedengren 2 Reza Asgharzadeh Shishivan 2 Alexis Brower 3 1. Astro Technology, Houston, TX, USA; 2. Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, USA; 3. Astro Technology, Houston, TX, USA Manage the Tensioner Stroke for Dry Tree Semisubmersibles OMAE Sean Bian 1 Sherry Xiang 2 1. SBM Atlantia Inc, Houston, TX, USA; 2. SBM Offshore, Houston, TX, USA structures, safety and reliability 2-30 Structural Analysis and Optimisation III Thursday June 13 Room G/H 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Jeom Kee Paik, Pusan National University, Korea (Republic) Session Co-Chair: Inge Lotsberg, DNV, Norway Study of ISO Building Code Correspondence Factor for Eurocode 3 OMAE Nicolas Neumann Aker Engineering & Technology AS, Lysaker, Norway Misalignment Effect on a Three-Dimensional Cruciform Welded Joint OMAE Shuichi Yamatoki 1 Seitaro Arimatsu 1 Koji Gotoh 2 1. Namura Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Imari-city, Japan; 2. Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan Assessment of Capacity of Grouted Connections in Piled Jacket Structures OMAE Inge Lotsberg 1 Gunnar Solland 2 1. Det Norske Veritas, Oslo, Norway; 2. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway Computation of Stress Concentration Factors for Tubular Joints OMAE Philippe Thibaux, Steven Cooreman OCAS NV, Zelzate, Belgium structures, safety and reliability 2-43 Risk Analysis and Safety Management II Thursday June 13 R2 - Room Five 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Marcelo Ramos Martins, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Maria P. Verzbolovskis, ABS, USA Using a Dacon Scoop to Recover a Loaded Liferaft at Sea OMAE Robert Brown 1 Kerri-Ann Evely 1 Graham Small 1 Scott MacKinnon 2 1. Marine Institute, Memorial University, St. John s, NL, Canada; 2. Memorial University, St. John s, NL, Canada Human Factor Risk Assessment During Emergency Condition in Harsh Environment OMAE Mashrura Musharraf, Faisal Khan, Brian Veitch, Scott MacKinnon, Syed Imtiaz Memorial University, St. John s, NL, Canada Risk Assessment on Subsea Gas Pipelines Located at Water Basin of Jetty Area Due to Dredging and Operation After Dredging OMAE Dinariyana Dwi Putranta, Ketut Buda Artana, Kriyo Sambodho, I Made Ariana Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) Surabaya, Surabaya, Indonesia Design for the Arctic Conditions: Safety and Performance Issues OMAE Abbas Barabadi 1 Masoud Naseri 1 R.M. Chandima Ratnayake 2 1. University of Tromsø, Trosmø, Norway; 2. University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway Materials technology 3-3 Structural Integrity Management Procedures and Standards for Offshore Installations (Workshop) Thursday June 13 Centre des Expositions 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Alexander Stacey, Health & Safety Executive, United Kingdom Session Co-Chair: Gerhard Ersdal, Petroleum Safety Authority, Norway Pipeline and riser technology 4-27 Flexible Pipes III Thursday June 13 Room VIP 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Murilo Vaz, COPPE/UFRJ, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Antoine Felix Henry, Technip Sensitivity Analysis of Buoyancy Modules Parameters of Lazy-Wave Flexible Riser OMAE Hua Sun, De-yu Wang Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China A Study for Worst Wave Period and Load Case Selection in Dynamic Analysis of Flexible Riser OMAE Yanqiu Zhang, Qian Dong, Jiabei Yuan, Yucheng Hou, Zhimin Tan GE, Wellstream, Houston, TX, USA Investigation About the Effect of Axial Stiffness on the Global Response of Umbilicals OMAE Iago Barbeiro, Lauro Silveira Kongsberg Oil & Gas do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Flexible Riser Response Induced by Combined Slug Flow and Wave Loads OMAE Arturo Ortega 1 Ausberto Rivera 1 Carl Martin Larsen 2 1. Center for Ships and Ocean Structures (CeSOS) / NTNU, Trondheim, Norway; 2. NTNU, Trondheim, Norway 80

83 thursday, 10:30 12:00 Pipeline and riser technology 4-32 Flexible Pipes IV Thursday June 13 R0 - Room Four 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Ney Roitman, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Zhimin Tan, GE, Wellstream On the Design of the In-plane Bending Fatigue Test OMAE Geir Agustsson 1 Erik Bendiksen 2 Christian Bergenstof Nielsen 3 1. National Oilwell Varco, Floating Production, Flexibles, Aalborg, Denmark; 2. National Oilwell Varco, Floating Production, Flexibles, Broendby, Denmark; 3. National Oilwell Varco, Floating Production, Flexibles, Bagsvaerd, Denmark Midscale Qualification Testing of End Fittings for High Temperature Flexible Pipes OMAE Bjorn Melve, Einar Øren Statoil, Trondheim, Norway Whistling of Pipes with Narrow Corrugations. Scale Model Tests and Consequences for Carcass Design OMAE Joachim Golliard 1 Erik Bendiksen 2 Stefan Belfroid 1 Casper Frimodt 3 1. TNO, Delft, Netherlands; 2. National Oilwell Varco Floating Production Flexibles, Broendby, Denmark; 3. NOV Flexibles, Broendby, Denmark Assessment of Loading on the Carcass and Pressure Amour in Flexible Pipes due to Environmental Swelling of Polymer Barrier OMAE Upul Fernando, Michelle Davidson, Iwan Harries, Andrew Thompson, Terry Sheldrake GE Oil & Gas - Wellstream, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom Ocean engineering 6-13 Unsteady Hydrodynamics, Vibrations and Propulsion Thursday June 13 R2 - Room Six 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Kostas Belibassakis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece Session Co-Chair: Qing Xiao, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom The coupled motion of hull heave and moonpool water of Spar platform OMAE Liqin Liu, Bin Zhou, Yongheng Zhang State Key Laboratory of Hydraulic Engineering Simulation and Safety, Tianjin University, China, Tianjin, China Free Surface Effects on Hydrodynamic Analysis of Flapping Foil Thruster in Waves OMAE Kostas Belibassakis 1 Evagelos Filippas 2 1. National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece; 2. Dept of Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering, Athens, Greece Application of Wave Devouring Propulsion System for Ocean Engineering Research Platform OMAE Yutaka Terao, Norimitsu Sakagami Tokai University, Shizuoka, Japan Applying Strip Theory Based Linear Seakeeping Loads to 3D Full Ship Finite Element Model OMAE Chengbi Zhao 1 Ming Ma 2 Owen Hughes 3 1. South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China; 2. DRS Technologies Inc., Advanced Marine Technology Center, Stevensville, MD, USA; 3. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, USA Ocean engineering 6-25 Coastal Engineering II Thursday June 13 Room I 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Keith Machutchon, Lasimanco International (Pty) Ltd, South Africa Session Co-Chair: Kostas Belibassakis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece Evaluations of a Ship Evacuation Maneuver from Tsunami Attack OMAE Ei-ichi Kobayashi 1 Shunichi Koshimura 2 Kouhei Yurugi 3 1. Kobe University, Kobe, Japan; 2. Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan; 3. Komatsu, Hirakata, Japan Estimation of Wave Transmission through Flushing Culverts in Breakwaters OMAE Vasiliki Katsardi, Vasiliki K. Tsoukala, Kostas Belibassakis National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece Model Tests Study on Added Resistance in Short Waves and the Influence on the Decrease of Ship Speed in Representative Sea OMAE Jingpu Chen, Yanxia Wang, Jinfang Wei, Weixin Zhou China Ship Scientific Research Center, Shanghai, China Scour Development Through Time Modelling Scour in Layered Soils OMAE J.M. Harris 1 R.J.S. Whitehouse 1 K. Porter 2 R.R. Simons 2 1. HR Wallingford, Wallingford, United Kingdom; 2. University College London, London, United Kingdom Polar and arctic sciences and technology 7-6 Arctic Sea Transportation II Thursday June 13 Great Gallery - Room Two 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Sören Ehlers, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Session Co-Chair: Freeman Ralph, C-CORE/CARD, Canada COSSARC Concept Selection for Shipping in the Arctic OMAE Janne Valkonen 1 Grunde Løvoll 1 Magnus Eide 1 Erik L. Walter 2 1. Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway; 2. Det Norske Veritas AS, Høvik, Norway Low Emission Machinery and Alternative Fuels for Ships Operating in Arctic Areas OMAE Vilmar Aesoy 1 Dag Stenersen 2 1. Aalesund University College, Alesund, Norway; 2. MARINTEK, Trondheim, Norway Prediction of Travelling Time and Exhaust Gas Emission of Ships on The Northern Sea Route OMAE Nils Reimer, Quang-Tan Duong The Hamburg Ship Model Basin, Hamburg, Germany Ship Performance Assessment for Arctic Transport Routes OMAE Sandro Erceg 1 Sören Ehlers 1 Ingrid H. Ellingsen 2 Dag Slagstad 2 Rüdiger von Bock und Polach 3 Stein Ove Erikstad 1 1. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 2. SINTEF, Trondheim, Norway; 3. Aalto University, Espoo, Finland thursday, June

84 thursday, 10:30 12:00 thursday, June 13 symp 8 cfd and ViV 8-23 Verification & Validation (V&V) Workshop IV Thursday June 13 R0 - Room Three 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Luis Eca, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal Session Co-Chair: Guilherme Vaz, MARIN, Netherlands cfd and ViV 8-27 Risers and Pipelines: Empirical Models Thursday June 13 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Jeremy Rosen, AMOG, Australia Session Co-Chair: Haining Zheng, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Towing Tank Experiments on the Vortex-Induced Vibrations of a Long Flexible Cylinder in a Stepped Current OMAE Francisco Huera-Huarte 1 Zafar Bangash 2 Leo M. González 3 1. Universitat I Rovira, Virgili, Tarragona, Spain; 2. Universitat Rovira I Virgili, Salou, Spain; 3. Universidad Politécnica Madrid, Madrid, Spain Numerical Simulation of Vortex Induced Vibrations for Marine Risers Subjected to Sheared Flow OMAE Filip Van den Abeele 1 John Vande Voorde 2 Fuat Kara 3 1. Fugro GeoConsulting Belgium, Brussels, Belgium; 2. OCAS N.V., Zelzate, Belgium; 3. Cranfield University, Cranfield, United Kingdom Vortex Induced Vibrations of Deep Water Risers: Sensitivity to Current Profile, Shear and Directionality OMAE Rafael Schiller 1 Elizabeth Passano 2 Marcelo Caire 1 Halvor Lie 2 1. MARINTEK do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. MARINTEK, Trondheim, Norway VIV of Flexible Cylinder in Oscillatory Flow OMAE Shixiao Fu 1 Jungao Wang 1 Rolf Baarholm 2 Jie Wu 3 Carl Martin Larsen 4 1. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China; 2. Statoil, Trondheim, Norway; 3. MARINTEK, Trondheim, Norway; 4. NTNU, Trondheim, Norway Ocean renewable energy 9-24 Wind Energy - XI Thursday June 13 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Paul D. Sclavounos, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Session Co-Chair: Enzo Marino, University of Florence, Italy A Low Motion Floating Platform for Offshore Wind Resource Assessment Using Lidars OMAE Rachel Nicholls-Lee Mojo Maritime Ltd, Falmouth, United Kingdom The Study on the New Idea of the Optimization of Offshore Wind Turbine Start-up System OMAE Junxian Wang, Lin Zhao, Xiaoyan Fu, Yujie Ge Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China Simulation-Length Requirements in the Loads Analysis of Offshore Floating Wind Turbines OMAE Lorenz Haid 1 Gordon Stewart 2 Jason Jonkman 3 Matthew A. Lackner 2 Denis Matha 1 Amy N. Robertson 3 1. University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany; 2. University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA, USA; 3. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, USA Stationary Blade CFD Analysis on Aerofoil of Offshore Floating Wind Turbine OMAE Hasan Bagbanci 1 Adit Sanjay Shah 2 Carlos Guedes Soares 3 1. Center for Marine Technology and Engineering, Lisboa, Portugal; 2. Queen Mary, University of London, London, United Kingdom; 3. Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal Ocean renewable energy 9-25 Wind Energy - XII Thursday June 13 Great Gallery - Room One 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Krish Thiagarajan, University of Maine, USA Session Co-Chair: Jason Jonkman, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA Experimental Study for SPAR Type Floating Offshore Wind Turbine with Blade Pitch Angle Control OMAE Toshiki Chujo, Yoshimasa Minami, Tadashi Nimura, Shigesuke Ishida National Maritime Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan Effect of Shut-Down Strategies on the Dynamic Responses of a Spar-Type Floating Wind Turbine OMAE Zhiyu Jiang 1 Torgeir Moan 2 Zhen Gao 2 Madjid Karimirad 3 1. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Centre for Ships and Ocean Structures (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway; 3. Centre for Ships and Ocean Structures, Norwegian Research Centre for Offshore Wind Technology, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway An Investigation on the Suitability of the p-y Method for Bottom-Fixed Offshore Wind Turbine Pile Design OMAE Eric Van Buren, Michael Muskulus Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway Assessing the Importance of Nonlinearities in the Development of a Substructure Model for the Wind Turbine CAE Tool FAST OMAE Rick Damiani 1 Huimin Song 2 Amy N. Robertson 1 Jason Jonkman 1 1. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, USA; 2. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Boulder, CO, USA Offshore geotechnics 10-9 Anchors II Thursday June 13 Room B/C 10:30 12:00 Session Chair: Horst Brandes, University of Hawaii, USA A Simple Approach for Determining the Load Capacity of Torpedo Anchors Embedded in Cohesive Soils OMAE Cristiano Santos de Aguiar 1 José R. Mendes de Sousa 1 Luis Volnei Sagrilo 2 Gilberto B. Ellwanger 1 Elisabeth de Campos Porto 3 1. LACEO/COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. PEC/COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Physical and Numerical Modelling of Installation and Pull-Out of Dynamically Penetrating Anchors in Clay and Silt OMAE Muhammad S. Hossain, Youngho Kim, Dong Wang University of Western Australia, Perth, WA, Australia Pore Pressure Generation and Dissipation Effects on Spudcan Fixity in Normally Consolidated Clay OMAE Yu Yang 1 Fook Hou Lee 1 Siang Huat Goh 1 Jer-Fang Wu 2 Xi Ying Zhang 3 1. National University of Singapore, Singapore; 2. American Bureau of Shipping, Singapore; 3. American Bureau of Shipping, Houston, TX, USA 82

85 thursday, 10:30 15:00 Optimal Pile Arrangement for Minimizing Excess Pore Water Pressure Build-Up OMAE Amin Barari 1 Meysam Saadati 2 Lars Bo Ibsen 1 Mehdi Bayat 1 1. Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark; 2. Babol University of Technology, Babol, Iran Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics Analytical Methods in Marine Hydrodynamics II Thursday June 13 Room :30 12:00 Session Chair: Daniele Dessi, INSEAN-CNR, Italy Session Co-Chair: S.A. Mavrakos, National Technical University of Athens, Greece Mathematical Modelling of a Flap-Type Wave Energy Converter OMAE Emiliano Renzi, Frederic Dias University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland Hydro-Elastic Modelling of an Electro-Active Wave Energy Converter OMAE Aurélien Babarit 1 Benjamin Gendron 1 Cécile Melis 2 Jitendra Singh 1 Philippe Jean 2 1. Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France; 2. SBM Offshore, Monaco, Monaco Hydrodynamics of Multiple Vertical Axisymmetric OWC s Devices Restrained in Waves OMAE Dimitrios Konispoliatis 1 S.A. Mavrakos 2 1. National Technical University of Athens, Rafina, Greece; 2. National Technical University of Athens, Zografou Athens, Greece Analytical Representations of Linear Free-Surface Potential Flows OMAE Xiao-Bo Chen, Igor Ten Bureau Veritas, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France concurrent sessions 13:30 15:00 Offshore technology 1-21 Software Quality, Classification and Standards Thursday June 13 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Paul Walters, American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), USA Small Craft Assistant Information System Based on GPS and Google Earth in Real Time OMAE Shinchiku Ryu, Shigeaki Shiotani Kobe University, Kobe, Japan A Comparison Study of Pressure Vessel Design Using Different Standards OMAE Frode Tjelta Askestrand 1 Ove Tobias Gudmestad 2 1. IKM - Ocean Design, Tananger, Norway; 2. University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway structures, safety and reliability 2-31 Structural Analysis and Optimisation IV Thursday June 13 Room G/H 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Sören Ehlers, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Session Co-Chair: Luiz Carlos Ricardo, ABS Group, Brazil Structural Development of LNG Fueled Large Container Ship OMAE Jeong Hwan Kim, Joong Hyo Choi, Sung Gun Park, Dong Kwon Lee, Yeong-Tae Oh Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. Ltd., Seoul, Korea Buckle Interaction in Deep Subsea Pipelines OMAE Hassan Karampour, Faris Albermani University of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD, Australia technical session OrganiZers LuncheOn 12:00 13:30 great hall Structural Response Analysis of LNG CCS Experiencing the Sloshing Impact Determined by Both Convolution and Fluid Structure Interaction Method OMAE Se Yun Hwang 1 Jang Hyun Lee 1 Sungchan Kim 2 In Sik Nho 3 Beom Seon Jang 4 Yoo-Il Kim 1 1. Inha University, Incheon, Korea; 2. Inha Technical College, Incheon, Korea; 3. Chungnam National University, Daejeon, Korea; 4. Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea An Analysis of Structural Performances for Bottom Longitudinal Girder and Attached Stiffeners during Shoal Grounding Accident OMAE Zhaolong Yu 1 Zhiqiang Hu 1 Ge Wang 2 Kun Liu 3 1. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China; 2. American Bureau of Shipping, Shanghai, China; 3. Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, Zhenjiang, China thursday, June

86 thursday, 13:30 15:00 thursday, June 13 structures, safety and reliability 2-44 Risk Analysis and Safety Management III Thursday June 13 R2 - Room Five 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Marc Maes, University of Calgary, Canada Session Co-Chair: Maria P. Verzbolovskis, ABS, USA Finite Element Analysis of Subsea Pipelines Subjected to Underwater Explosion OMAE Filip Van den Abeele 1 Patricia Verleysen 2 1. Fugro GeoConsulting Belgium, Brussels, Belgium; 2. Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium Stability Requirements of Multi-Purpose Ships for Heavy Lifts OMAE Helge Rathje 1 Ole Hympendahl 1 Jan Kaufmann 1 Thomas Schellin 2 1. Germanischer Lloyd SE, Hamburg, Germany; 2. Germanischer Lloyd AG, Hamburg, Germany Ship Security Analysis the Effect of Ship Speed and Effective Lookout OMAE Hans Liwång, Jonas W. Ringsberg Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden Development of an Autonomous Human Monitoring System for Preventative Safety in Sea Transportation OMAE Masakazu Arima, Shotaro Kii Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, Japan Pipeline and riser technology 4-7 Monitoring, Inspection and Repair Thursday June 13 Room VIP 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Marcelo Igor Lourenço, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Chris Timms, C-FER Technologies Tracking Buoyancy Flux of Underwater Plumes for Identification, Close Visual Inspection and Repair of Leaking Underwater Pipelines in Muddy/Unclear Waters OMAE Jasper A. Agbakwuru 1 Ove Tobias Gudmestad 1 Helge Skjaveland 2 John Gronli 1 1. University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway; 2. Shell Norway, Tananger, Norway Real-Time Finite Element Analysis of a Remotely Operated Pipeline Repair System OMAE Dean Steinke 1 Ryan Nicoll 2 Andre Roy 2 1. Dynamic Systems Analysis Ltd., Halifax, NS, Canada; 2. Dynamic Systems Analysis Ltd., Victoria, BC, Canada The Development of a Fibre-Optic Based Breach Detection System for Flexible Pipe OMAE Phil Nott 1 John McNab 1 Upul Fernando 2 Terry Sheldrake 2 1. Wellstream International Ltd. (GE Oil & Gas), Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom; 2. GE Oil&Gas - Wellstream, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom Pipeline and riser technology 4-22 Flexible Pipes II Thursday June 13 R0 - Room Four 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Zhimin Tan, GE, Wellstream, USA Session Co-Chair: Carlos Magluta, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Analysis on Unbonded Flexible Pipes Under Bending Moment OMAE Wei Wang, Liping Sun Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China A Study on the Response of a Flexible Pipe to Combined Axisymmetric Loads OMAE José R. Mendes de Sousa 1 Carlos Magluta 2 Ney Roitman 2 Tatiana Vargas Londoño 3 George Campello 4 1. LACEO/COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 4. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Shear Interaction and Transverse Buckling of Tensile Armours in Flexible Pipes OMAE Svein Saevik 1 Henan Li 2 1. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 2. Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies, Seaflex Riser Technology, Asker, Norway Global Buckling of a Pre-Pressurized Flexible Flowline OMAE Zhengmao Yang, Daniel Karunakaran Subsea 7, Stavanger, Norway Ocean engineering 6-26 Coastal Engineering III Thursday June 13 Room I 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Daniel T. Valentine, Clarkson University, USA A Monte Carlo Approach for Estimating Extreme Currents in the Singapore Straits OMAE Oliver Jones 1 Kevin Ewans 2 Stanley Chuah 3 1. BP Exploration and Operating Company Ltd., Sunbury, United Kingdom; 2. Sarawak Shell Berhad, Miri, Malaysia; 3. DHI Water and Environment Singapore, Singapore, Singapore Propagation of Gravity Waves Past Multiple Bottom Standing Barriers OMAE Debabrata Karmakar, Carlos Guedes Soares Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal Case Study of Tsunami Bore Impact on RC Wall OMAE Ian N. Robertson 1 Lyle P. Carden 2 Gary Y. K. Chock 2 1. University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI, USA; 2. Martin & Chock, Inc., Honolulu, HI, USA Saltwater Intrusion Characteristics Analysis Based on High-Resolution Numerical Model in the Modaomen Estuary OMAE Ronghui Ye 1 Jun Kong 1 Shunchao Yu 2 Guangqiu Jin 1 Zhuo Zhang 3 1. Hohai University, Nanjing, China; 2. Scientific Research Institute, Pearl River Water Resources Commission, GuangZhou, China; 3. NanJing Normal University, NanJing, China Polar and arctic sciences and technology 7-7 Arctic Sea Transportation and Evacuation in Ice Thursday June 13 Great Gallery - Room Two 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Sören Ehlers, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Session Co-Chair: Walter Kuehnlein, SEA2ICE Ltd. & CO. KG, Germany Long-Range Rescue Capability for Operations in the Barents Sea OMAE Sigurd R Jacobsen 1 Ove Tobias Gudmestad 2 1. Petroleum Safety Authority, Stavanger, Norway; 2. University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway 84

87 thursday, 13:30 15:00 Evacuation in Ice: Ice Loads on a Lifeboat During Field Trials OMAE Antonio Simoes Re 1 Brian Veitch 2 1. National Research Council of Canada, St. John s, NL, Canada; 2. Memorial University, St. John s, NL, Canada Safety at Sea Improving Search and Rescue (SAR) Operations in the Barents Sea OMAE Tor E. Berg 1 Grethe O. Ose 1 Even A. Holthe 1 Hilde Faerevik 2 1. MARINTEK, Trondheim, Norway; 2. SINTEF, Trondheim, Norway Communication in the High North Supporting Safe Maritime Operations OMAE Beate Kvamstad The Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK), Trondheim, Norway cfd and ViV 8-24 FS: Waves and Multi-Phase Flows Thursday June 13 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Arthur E.P. Veldman, University of Groningen, Netherlands Session Co-Chair: Carl Larsen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Modeling of Two-Phase Oil/Water Flow in Horizontal Pipeline Using CFD Technique OMAE Hassan Pouraria, Jeom Kee Paik, Jung Kwan Seo Pusan National University, Busan, Korea Comparative Evaluation of the Cloud Dispersion of a Liquefied Natural Gas Leakage Using the UDM and a CFD Model OMAE Adriana Miralles Schleder, Marcelo Ramos Martins University of Sao Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil Simulation of Wave-Body Interaction Using a Single-Phase Level Set Function in the SWENSE Method OMAE Gabriel Reliquet 1 Aurélien Drouet 2 Pierre-Emmanuel Guillerm 1 Erwan Jacquin 2 Lionel Gentaz 1 Pierre Ferrant 1 1. LHEEA, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France; 2. Hydrocean, Nantes, France Wave Interaction with Piled Structures. Application with IH-FOAM OMAE Javier L. Lara, Pablo Higuera, Raul Guanche, Inigo J. Losada Environmental Hydraulics Institute IH Cantabria, Universidad de Cantabria, Santander, Spain cfd and ViV 8-28 CYL: Cylinder Flows and Galloping Thursday June 13 R0 - Room Three 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Haining Zheng, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Session Co-Chair: Jeremy Rosen, AMOG, Australia High-Order Simulation of the Flow Instability Over a Non-Circular Structure OMAE Matthieu Minguez 1 Philippe Meliga 2 Eric Serre 2 1. Seal Engineering, Nimes, France; 2. CNRS, Marseille, France Numerically Modelling the Effect of the Drag Crisis on Vortex Induced Vibration of a Circular Cylinder OMAE Neil T Botterill 1 Herve P Morvan 2 John S Owen 2 1. MCS Kenny, Aberdeen, United Kingdom; 2. Nottingham University, Nottingham, United Kingdom Investigations on Galloping of Non-Circular Cross Sections OMAE Cédric Le Cunff 1 Guillaume Damblans 1 Christian Berhault 2 Paul Wiet 3 Thomas Deglaire 4 Bernard Molin 5 Jean-Luc Legras 6 Alexandre Cinello 7 1. Principia, La Ciotat, France; 2. Ecole Centrale de Nantes - Projet SEMREV, Le Croisic, France; 3. TOTAL SA Tour Coupole, Paris, France; 4. DORIS Engineering, Paris, France; 5. Ecole Centrale de Marseille, Marseille, France; 6. Subsea7, Suresnes, France; 7. Océanide, La Seyne, France Two-Dimensional Coupled Vortex-Induced Vibration of Circular Cylinder: Prediction and Extraction of Hydrodynamics Properties OMAE Hossein Zanganeh, Narakorn Srinil University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom Ocean renewable energy 9-26 Wind Energy - XIII Thursday June 13 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Marc Cahay, Technip France, France Session Co-Chair: Henrik Bredmose, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark Dynamic Analysis of Offshore Monopile Wind Turbine including the Effects of Wind-Wave Loading and Soil Properties OMAE Muk Chen Ong 1 Hui Li 2 Bernt Leira 3 Dag Myrhaug 3 1. Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK), Trondheim, Norway; 2. Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China; 3. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway Fully Coupled Floating Wind Turbine Simulator based on Nonlinear Finite Element Method; Part II: Validation Results OMAE Timothée Perdrizet 1 Loïc Piriou 2 Jean-Christophe Gilloteaux 1 Delphine Cadiou 2 David Teixeira 1 Jean-Michel Heurtier 2 Gilles Ferrer 1 Cédric Le Cunff 2 1. IFP Energies Nouvelles, Solaize, France; 2. Principia, La Ciotat, France A Novel Concept for Self Installing Offshore Wind Turbines OMAE Kasper Wåsjø, Jorge Vicente Bermúdez Rico, Tore H. Søreide, Morten Bjerkås Reinertsen AS, Trondheim, Norway An Integrated Approach for the Representation of Concrete Gravity Based Foundations for Offshore Wind Turbines OMAE Maxime Philippe 1 Bruno Borgarino 2 Panagiotis Kotronis 3 Guillaume Ducrozet 4 1. EOSEA, Nantes, France; 2. INNOSEA, Nantes, France; 3. Institut de Recherche en Génie Civil et Mécanique (GeM), Ecole Centrale de Nantes (ECN), Nantes, France; 4. LHEEA, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France Offshore geotechnics 10-7 Seabed Processes I Thursday June 13 Room B/C 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Andrew P. Campbell, WorleyParsons, Australia Sediment Transport Calculation Considering Laminar and Turbulent Resistance Forces Due to Infiltration/Exfiltration and Its Application to Tsunami-Induced Local Scouring OMAE Tomoaki Nakamura 1 Norimi Mizutani 2 1. Nagoya University, Institute for Advanced Research, Nagoya, Japan; 2. Nagoya University, Department of Civil Engineering, Nagoya, Japan thursday, June

88 thursday, 13:30 17:30 Influence of Particle Geometry on the Simulation of Sand Cutting Process OMAE Xiuhan Chen, Sape Miedema, Cees van Rhee Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands Overview of PSA Key Programmes on Lifecycle Integrity Management Gerhard Ersdal Petroleum Safety Authority, Norway thursday, June 13 Failure of Rubble Mound beneath Caisson due to Earthquake-induced Tsunami OMAE Kouki Zen 1 Kiyonobu Kasama 1 Yasuo Kasugai 1 Simeng Dong 2 1. Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan; 2. Sichuan College of Architectural Technology, Chengdu, China Mechanical Properties of Rocks Exposed to the Extreme Antarctic Environment OMAE YoungSeok Kim 1 Kiju Kim 2 Seung Seo Hong 2 1. Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Goyang-Si, Korea; 2. Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Gyonggi-do, Korea Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics Ship Hydrodynamics - Seakeeping II Thursday June 13 Room :30 15:00 Session Chair: Masashi Kashiwagi, Osaka University, Japan Session Co-Chair: Marilena Greco, NTNU/CNR-INSEAN, Norway Radiation Hydrodynamics of a Surface Effect Ship OMAE Palaniswamy Ananthakrishnan Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, USA Prediction of the Effects of Fast Passing Vessels on Moored Vessels OMAE Johannes Pinkster 1 Alex Keuning 2 1. Pinkster Marine Hydrodynamics bv, Rotterdam, Netherlands; 2. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands Rankine Source Method for Ship-Ship Interaction Problems OMAE Alexander von Graefe 1 Vladimir Shigunov 2 Ould el Moctar 1 1. University Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany; 2. Germanischer Lloyd SE, Hamburg, Germany Seakeeping Characteristics of a Wave-Adaptive Modular Unmanned Surface Vehicle OMAE Manhar Dhanak 1 Palaniswamy Ananthakrishnan 2 Karl von Ellenrieder 2 John Frankenfield 1 1. Florida Atlantic University, Dania Beach, FL, USA; 2. Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, USA Materials technology 3-15 Life Cycle Management of Offshore Installations Thursday June 13 Centre des Expositions 13:30 15:00 Session Chair: Gerhard Ersdal, Petroleum Safety Authority, Norway Session Co-Chair: Alex Stacey, Health & Safety Executive, United Kingdom UK Ageing and Life Extension Programme (KP4) Andrew Duncan Health & Safety Executive, United Kingdom Lifecycle Integrity Management Considerations Alex Stacey Health & Safety Executive, United Kingdom refreshment BreaK 15:00 15:30 great hall concurrent sessions 15:30 17:30 Offshore technology 1-10 Station Keeping Thursday June 13 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Neil Williams, Wison Offshore & Marine (USA) Inc., USA Session Co-Chair: Jan van Kessel, SBM Offshore, Netherlands Thruster-interaction Effects on a Semi-submersible and a DP Drill Ship Measurements and Analysis of the Thruster Wake Flow OMAE Hans Cozijn, Rink Hallmann MARIN, Wageningen, Netherlands Performance Comparison Between Linear and Nonlinear Controllers for a Dynamic Positioning System OMAE Helio Morishita, Lázaro Moratelli Jr, Rodrigo Martinez University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil Thrusters Dimensioning for Vessel s Stationkeeping Close to Other Floating Structures: Two Case Studies OMAE Eduardo A. Tannuri 1 Rafael M. L. Madureira 2 Haroldo Igreja 2 1. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. Transpetro - Petrobras Transporte S.A., Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Minimum Energy DP Heading Control: Critical Analysis and Comparison of Different Strategies OMAE Michel R. Miyazaki 1 Eduardo A. Tannuri 2 Allan C. Oliveira 3 1. Tanque de Provas Numérico, TPN-USP, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 3. Petrobras R&D Center, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Experimental Analysis of Higher-Order Sliding Mode Control Applied to Dynamic Positioning Systems OMAE Tadeu Ferreira de Sousa Jr 1 Eduardo A. Tannuri 2 1. Numerical Offshore Tank (TPN), University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil structures, safety and reliability 2-32 Structural Analysis and Optimisation V Thursday June 13 Room G/H 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Jeong Hwan Kim, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. LTD., Korea (Republic) Session Co-Chair: Jose Manuel Cabrera Miranda, Halliburton, Mexico Sensitivity Analysis of Pile-Founded Fixed Steel Jacket Platforms OMAE Mohamed Nour El-Din 1 Jinkoo Kim 2 1. Samsung Engineering, Seoul, Korea; 2. Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Korea 86

89 thursday, 15:30 17:30 Study on the Key Construction Technology of Jackup Rig OMAE Chen Gang 1 Wu Han 1 Wu Xiaoyuan 2 1. Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co. Ltd, Shanghai, China; 2. China State Shipbuilding Corporation, Beijing, China Optimal Metocean Design of Offshore Tower Structures OMAE D. Campos 1 Jose Manuel Cabrera Miranda 2 Joan Manuel Martinez Mayorga 1 Mario Garcia Tenorio 1 1. Mexican Petroleum Institute, Mexico, DF, Mexico; 2. Halliburton, Ciudad del Carmen, CAM, Mexico Methodology to Verify Residual Strength in Damaged Pontoon s Vertical Webs Using FEM Buckling and Nonlinear Analysis OMAE Luiz Carlos Ricardo, Joao Ruiz, Fernando Torres ABS Group, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil structures, safety and reliability 2-45 Risk Analysis and Safety Management IV Thursday June 13 R2 - Room Five 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Marcelo Ramos Martins, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Gilberto F. M. de Souza, Polytechnic School - University of São Paulo, Brazil Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) for Selecting and Designing a Mini LNG Plant: a Case Study of Batam Indonesia OMAE Ketut Buda Artana 1 Dinariyana Dwi Putranta 2 Irfan Syarief Arief 1 I Made Ariana 2 1. ITS Surabaya, Surabaya, Indonesia; 2. Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) Surabaya, Surabaya, Indonesia Simulating the Financial Cost of a Deepwater Loss of Well Control OMAE Jared L. Black 1 Eckhard Hinricksen 2 Alfredo Tello Zenteno 2 1. Black Consulting, Inc, Bend, OR, USA; 2. GL Noble Denton, Col Bosques de las Lomas, DF, Mexico Instantaneous Probability of Uncontrolled External Leakage During the Production Phase of a Subsea Well OMAE Andre L. R. Alves 1 Theodoro A. Netto 2 1. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Application of Markov Chain to Determine the Electric Energy Supply System Reliability for the Cargo Control System of LNG Carriers OMAE Gilberto F. M. de Souza 1 Erick M. P Hidalgo 2 Dennis W. R. Silva 2 1. Polytechnic School - University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil; 2. University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil Pipeline and riser technology 4-20 Installation II Thursday June 13 Room VIP 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Chris Timms, C-FER Technologies, Canada Session Co-Chair: Theodoro A. Netto, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Effect of Reeling Installation on Welding Residual Stress in Pipeline Girth Welds OMAE T. Sriskandarajah, Graeme Roberts, Daowu Zhou Subsea 7, Sutton, United Kingdom Effect of Full- and Small-Scale Reeling Simulation on Mechanical Properties of Weldable 13Cr Seamless Line Pipe OMAE Hidenori Shitamoto 1 Nobuyuki Hisamune 2 1. Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, Amagasaki, Japan; 2. Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, Wakayama, Japan Finite Element Method Simulating the Pipeline Mechanical Response During Reel-Lay Installation OMAE Ali Dawood, Shawn Kenny Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John s, NL, Canada Development on Aegir Reeling Pipeline Analyses Simulation by Test Validation OMAE Erwan Karjadi, Helen Boyd, Reinout van Rooijen, Harm Demmink, Thomas Balder Heerema Marine Contractors, Leiden, Netherlands Cost Effective Method for Shallow Water Cable Laying OMAE Wael Abouelfadl, Chellakat Joe-Joe, Pramodh Gowthaman, Colin Fraser McDermott Middle East, Inc., Dubai, United Arab Emirates Pipeline and riser technology 4-36 Flexible Pipes V Thursday June 13 R0 - Room Four 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Svein Saevik, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Session Co-Chair: Carlos Magluta, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Proposals for Integrity Management of Flexible Pipe OMAE Shuai Yuan 1 Gao Tang 1 Jie Bai 2 Mohd Fauzi Badaruddin 3 1. Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China; 2. Offshore Pipelines & Risers (OPR) Inc., Hangzhou, China; 3. Petronas Caligari Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia A FE Model to Predict the Stress Concentration Factors in the Tensile Armor Wires of Flexible Pipes Inside End-Fittings OMAE José, R. Mendes de Sousa 1 George Campello 2 Fabiano Bertoni 3 Gilberto B. Ellwanger 1 1. LACEO/COPPE/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 2. PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; 3. UFRGS, Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil Validation of Solid Modelling and Analysis Techniques for Response Prediction of Deepwater Flexible Pipe OMAE Adrian Connaire 1 John Smyth 1 Ruairi Nestor 1 Rafael Tanaka 2 Elson Albuquerque 3 1. MCS Kenny, Galway, Ireland; 2. Prysmian, Espirito Santo, Brazil; 3. Prysmian Surflex Umbilicais e Tubos Flexiveis do Brasil, Cariacica, ES, Brazil Critical Assessment of PVDF Multilayer Barrier in Unbonded Flexible Risers Applications and Benefits OMAE Upul Fernando, Michelle Davidson, Terry Sheldrake GE Oil & Gas - Wellstream, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom Polar and arctic sciences and technology 7-8 Environmental Issues in Ice Thursday June 13 Great Gallery - Room Two 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Sofien Kerkeni, Sirehna, France Session Co-Chair: Walter Kuehnlein, SEA2ICE Ltd. & CO. KG, Germany Polar Lows and Their Implications on Marine Operations: Survivability Criteria OMAE Meric Pakkan 1 Ove Tobias Gudmestad 2 David Heng 1 1. Subsea 7 Norway, Stavanger, Norway; 2. University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway thursday, June

90 thursday, 15:30 18:30 Knowledge of Arctic and EQQ Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Multiple Applications OMAE Shelton De Silva Eqquera Inc, West Vancouver, BC, Canada Numerical Simulation of Ship Collision With Gravity Base Foundations of Offshore Wind Turbines OMAE Thorben Hamann, Torben Pichler, Jürgen Grabe Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg, Germany thursday, June 13 Dimensioning of Twistlocks in Modular Offshore Platform Designs for Arctic Regions OMAE Josefine Michel, Patrick Kaeding University of Rostock, Rostock, Germany Closing Remarks OMAE Walter Kuehnlein SEA2ICE Ltd. & CO. KG, Hamburg, Germany cfd and ViV 8-25 CFD and VIV Wrap-up Thursday June 13 R0 - Room Three 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Owen Oakley, Jr., Retired, USA Ocean renewable energy 9-27 Wind Energy - XIV Thursday June 13 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Charles Smith, Research & Development Corporation, Canada Session Co-Chair: Krish Thiagarajan, University of Maine, USA C-HyP: A Combined Wind and Wave Energy Platform with Balanced Contributions OMAE Thomas Soulard 1 Aurélien Babarit 1 Bruno Borgarino 2 Mickael Wyns 3 Migel Harismendy 3 1. Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France; 2. INNOSEA, Nantes, France; 3. Technip, Paris, France Constructing the Shields Curve, Part C: Cohesion by Silt, Hjulström, Sundborg OMAE Sape Miedema Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands Odd M. faltinsen honoring symposium on Marine hydrodynamics 12-4 Viscous Damping Thursday June 13 Room :30 17:30 Session Chair: Krish Thiagarajan, University of Maine, USA Session Co-Chair: Giuseppina Colicchio, CNR-INSEAN, Italy Roll Damping Coefficients Assessment and Comparison for Round Bilge and Hard Chine Hullforms OMAE Ermina Begovic 1 Carlo Bertorello 1 Jasna Prpic-Orsic 2 1. University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy; 2. University of Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia Validation of CFD for the Determination of Damping Coefficients for the Use of Wave Energy Converters Modelling OMAE Olivia Thilleul 1 Aurélien Babarit 2 Aurélien Drouet 1 Sébastien Le Floch 1 1. Hydrocean, Nantes, France; 2. Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France Numerical Simulation of Hydrodynamics of a Circular Disk Oscillating Near a Seabed OMAE Carlos A. Garrido-Mendoza 1 Antonio Souto-Iglesias 1 Krish Thiagarajan 2 1. Technical University of Madrid (UPM), Madrid, Spain; 2. University of Maine, Bangor, ME, USA Design Requirements for Floating Offshore Wind Turbines OMAE Xiaohong Chen, Qing Yu American Bureau of Shipping, Houston, TX, USA Turbine-Floater-Tether Coupled Dynamic Analysis Including Second-order Sum-frequency Wave Loads for a TLP-type FOWT (Floating Offshore Wind Turbine) OMAE Yoon Hyeok Bae, Joseph Moo-Hyun Kim Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA Comparison of Simulation and Tank Test Results of a Semi-submersible Floating Wind Turbine Under Wind and Wave Loads OMAE Maxime Philippe 1 Adrien Courbois 2 Aurélien Babarit 2 Félicien Bonnefoy 2 Jean-Marc Rousset 2 Pierre Ferrant 2 1. EOSEA, Nantes, France; 2. Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France Analysis of Thin Walls Oscillating Water Columns (OWC) by Potential Methods and Model Testing OMAE Helio Bailly Guimaraes 1 Bruno Nogueira Machado 1 Antonio Carlos Fernandes 2 1. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Niteroi, RJ, Brazil; 2. COPPE - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil farewell reception 17:30 18:30 Mezzanine See Social Events, Page 13 for more details. Offshore geotechnics Seabed Processes II Thursday June 13 Room B/C 15:30 17:30 Session Chair: Horst Brandes, University of Hawaii, USA Effect of Skirts on the Lateral Capacity of Mudmats in Soft Clay OMAE Jianchun Cao, Luo Yang SBM Offshore, Houston, TX, USA 88

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92 Technical Tours: Friday, June 14, 2013 technical tours Meeting Point: The meeting point for the Technical Tours is in front of La Cité. NOTE: Each of the Technical Tours requires a security clearance of each tour participant, and due to the length of time for the security clearance, we are unable to sell tickets to these tours after May 23 or onsite. Only participants who have pre-registered for these tours may participate. Participants will need to show a passport at the start of the tour. Participants without a passport will not be allowed to participate in the tour. atmospheric Wind tunnel Jules Verne, centre scientifique et technique du Bâtiment and the hydrodynamic facilities, ecole centrale de nantes Sponsored by the Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment (CSTB) and the Ecole Centrale de Nantes (ECN) Departure Time: 14:00 Approximate Return Time: 17:00 Note: Participants will be walking short distances (5 minutes from the tram stops and 10 minutes between facilities). The CSTB provides their engineering and industrial partners with a complete consultancy package for wind effects on structures, from the design phase to validating the behaviour of the completed project. Site climatology, wind design for large structures, wind resistance of small-sized structures, stability of tower cranes, behavior of structures subjected to high Reynolds Number flows, marine and oil-drilling applications, off-shore industry, etc; all these problems can be solved with the knowledge and tools developed by CSTB s teams. From detailed studies of rain-induced vibration on the suspension cables to full-bridge aeroelastic modelling, many of the world s largest and most spectacular cable-stayed bridges, including the Russky Bridge and the Millau Viaduct, have been tested in the CSTB wind tunnels. Ecole Centrale Nantes, especially its laboratory LHEEA, is addressing several topics in naval hydrodynamics and ocean engineering: performances of marine structures (resistance, seakeeping, etc), highly dynamic flows, water wave modelling and renewable marine energy (wave, tidal current and offshore wind). ECN: Study of an offshore floating wind turbine in waves and wind CSTB: Study of the geometrical details infl uence for the wind loads on a cruise ship model (courtesy of STX France) The approaches combine numerical simulations, physical modelling and a dedicated field test site (SEM-REV, located offshore Le Croisic). Research projects and industrial developments can benefit from experiments performed in some of the largest facilities in France such as a 150 metre long towing tank and a 50 metre long by 30 metre wide multi-directional wave tank. 90

93 technical tours airbus nantes Sponsored by Airbus Nantes Departure Time: 08:30 Approximate Return Time: 11:15 Welcome to the World of Airbus. As one of the world s leading builders of commercial and military aircraft, Airbus has an industrial presence that spans the globe. The Airbus site in Nantes specialises in the manufacturing and assembly of centre wing boxes for all Airbus aircraft, and is a leader in the manufacture of Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastic structural parts. Additional responsibilities include the production of radomes for Airbus entire jetliner product line, ailerons for the A330 and A380 families, and air inlets for the A350 XWB, A380 and A320neo. Airbus Nantes operations are core to Airbus strategic innovations. The tour will start with a formal presentation, followed by a 1 ½ hour tour of the site during which you will see up close the production line and associated technologies. The centre wing box supports the entire plane, from the ventral beams and radomes to the wings and air entry points, which necessitates the implementation of composite technologies that are extremely specialized. Airbus 380 central wing box assembly Dcns-indret Sponsored by DCNS Research Departure Time: 08:00 Approximate Return Time: 12:30 Note: Please wear comfortable shoes for walking. Safety equipment (shoes, hat and glasses) will be provided onsite. DCNS Research is about enlightening the future. Between basic research and industrial innovations, DCNS Research leads the activities of research and technology. With facilities at the Group s Nantes and Toulon centres, DCNS Research focuses on the main R&T areas applicable to naval defence and energy, including hydrodynamics, propulsors, shipboard systems, mechanical and energy systems, automatic control, Unmanned Vehicules (UxVs), structure-fluid interactions, corrosion physical chemistry, mechanical testing & metallography, non-destructive testing, materials science, algorithms, acoustics, IT architecture, electromagnetism, virtual security, multiphysical optimisation and human factors. technical tours DCNS Research 91

94 Sightseeing Tours sightseeing tours Notes: The meeting point for the tours on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday is at the Tour Desk located in the Great Hall. The meeting point for the tour on Friday is in front of La Cité. Please wear comfortable footwear and light clothing. go Down in history Monday, June 10 Depart: 09:00 Return: 13:00 Go Down in History with this four-hour guided walking tour through the ages amongst several not-to-be-missed Nantes historical sites. Discover Nantes charms through its narrow streets, medieval buildings with colourful gothic architecture, and the many different architectural styles on the unique Passage Pommeraye. Stroll around the Dukes of Brittany Castle (outside only), one of the last medieval buildings that used to stand on the banks of the Loire River, and the Cathedral Saint-Pierre & Saint-Paul. Meander through the Botanical Garden, located in the railway district, and the new city blocks that were created around the Theatre Graslin, Crébillon Street (known for its nice boutiques), and the Graslin Square. You will also visit the famous La Cigale brasserie where you will sample homemade The Great Gâteau Nantais, Nantes cake prepared with almond and rum, plus your choice of a beverage. nantes: country of sweet things Wednesday, June 12 Depart: 09:00 Return: 13:00 This guided walking tour takes you through the birth of Nantes gastronomy. Nantes is at the crossroads between Brittany, the Vendée and the Loire River, enriched over the centuries by flavours brought to its port from around the world. The Turennes quay, XVIIIth Century port, and Feydeau Island remind us that the sugar from the West Indies is the third product of the Triangular Trade. From biscuits to the twisted hard candies, called Rigolette, it is a whole taste tradition in Nantes thanks to the sugar still refined in the city. Tour highlights include a visit to the LU Biscuit Factory, the Debotté Chocolate Factory (chocolate makers shops in the Passage Pommeraye); and the Maison des Vins de Nantes. 92

95 sightseeing tours The Tour Desk will be open Sunday from 13:00 to 17:00 and from 08:00 to 10:00 from Monday to Thursday to answer any questions you have on Nantes and the surrounding region. No tours will be sold onsite. Muscadet Vineyard (Wine tour & tasting) Thursday, June 13 Depart: 09:00 Return: 13:00 On this guided bus tour to Clisson and Saint-Fiacre sur Maine, you will drive through the vineyards on the tourist trail (Vertou, Saint Fiacre, and la Chaussée au Moines). It is in the backstreets that you will experience a whole palette of scenic Tuscan colours, the history of Clisson that will take you back in time to the prosperous Middle Ages and the illustrious characters who lived in its imposing castles. It is in this unique setting that the Clisson of today shares its winding streets and riverside paths along the Sèvre Nantaise. The tour includes a visit to the Château du Coing, located in the wine-making village of Saint-Fiacre sur Maine along the rivers Sèvre and Maine. It is one of the most famous domains, having unique architecture from the 18th Century. The current owner, Madam Véronique Chéreau-Günther, is the only woman managing a Muscadet vineyard, safeguarding the architectural patrimony linked to the vineyard. The Chéreau-Günther family will host a wine tasting in their wine cellar. the guérande Peninsula and the côte d amour Friday, June 14 Depart: 09:00 Return: 18:30 On this guided bus tour, you will enjoy the stunning views of the Guérande Peninsula and the Côte d Amour. Between saltwater and iodized water, everything is a matter of balance Here the rocky and indented coastline alternates with large fine sandy beaches of which La Baule Bay remains one of the most famous featuring a salt water marsh, fishing ports, salt making and thatched cottage villages. After you visit La Baule Bay, you will enjoy a three-course lunch. In Guérande, you will stroll amongst the fortifications of this medieval city of art and history. Since 2004, Guérande has been a member of the Ville et Pays d Art et d Histoire (Towns and Regions of Art and History). The fortified wall Guérande of Guérande is one of the best preserved and complete in France. sightseeing tours Photos compliments of Nantes Tourism 93

96 7th Annual Outreach for Engineers Outreach for Engineers The program was excellent. I learned a lot from the sessions, and am considering working in this industry in the future as a result. Comment from an Outreach attendee. Overview The ASME Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering Division (OOAE) of the International Petroleum Technology Institute (IPTI) is hosting a specialty forum at OMAE This specialty forum is designed for students and early professionals who may be seeking employment and would benefit from an improved understanding of the offshore industry. This is the seventh year of the Outreach for Engineers Forum. Highlights of the Forum will include presentations of the various technologies required (e.g. from geosciences to mechanical/structural engineering and project management), types of job opportunities and possible career paths, as well as site tours. In addition, Outreach for Engineers Specialty Forum attendees will be provided with the opportunity to participate at the 32nd International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering as Full Conference attendees. Attendee Profile Senior Undergraduate Students enrolled in Engineering or Science Curricula Graduate Students (both Masters and Doctoral levels) with specialization in fields such as ocean and/or offshore engineering, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, petroleum engineering, and aerospace engineering Early professionals who graduated with the related engineering or science qualifications and have gained experience in other industrial and research environments but are interested in exploring the exciting career opportunities in the ocean, offshore and arctic engineering fields If you are a paid OMAE 2013 attendee and wish to attend the Outreach Forum, you may at no additional cost. However, you must be a qualified student. Scholarships Through funding provided by the OOAE Division of ASME, and our sponsors (McDermott, MCS Kenny, Lloyd s Register Singapore GTC and the OOAE Division), the Forum organizers provide scholarships to cover registration costs of some attendees. The scholarships are open to students and early career professionals from around the world each year. 94

97 Outreach for Engineers Conference Schedule with Outreach Events Date Event Time Location Saturday, June 8 Outreach Team Building Exercise 17:00 19:00 Room G/H Outreach Welcome Dinner 19:00 Off-site restaurant Sunday, June 9 Outreach Presentations Outreach Welcome & Introductions 09:00 17:45 Room 150 Industry Presentations OMAE 2013 Conference Registration 13:00 20:00 Great Hall Opening Ceremony and Keynote Plenary 18:00 19:00 Auditorium 800 OMAE 2013 Welcome Reception 19:00 22:00 The Castle of the Dukes of Brittany Monday, June 10 OMAE 2013 Conference See detailed program for session locations and times. Tuesday, June 11 OMAE 2013 Conference See detailed program for session locations and times. Wednesday, June 12 OMAE 2013 Conference See detailed program for session locations and times. OMAE 2013 Final Banquet 19:30 23:00 Les Machines de l île Thursday, June 13 Outreach Breakfast / Feedback Session OMAE 2013 Conference 07:30 09:00 Room K/L See detailed program for session locations and times. OMAE 2013 Farewell Reception 17:30 18:30 Mezzanine Friday, June 14 OMAE 2013 Conference Tours (Optional) See pages for more information. Outreach only events are bolded. Innovative Engineering Solutions Throughout our 30 years in the subsea oil and gas industry, MCS Kenny has maintained its reputation for excellence with market-leading technology. Our innovative engineering software provides state-of-the-art tools for the analysis and design of drilling, production and installation operations. MCS Kenny software delivers tangible business benefits to hundreds of leading oil and gas industry customers around the world. is the pre-eminent solution for the design of risers and subsea structures for the world s most demanding offshore projects. is an integrated engineering application for optimising operability and streamlining the design and analysis of drilling and top tensioned production risers. is the leading design and engineering application for efficient analysis of all offshore pipeline installation scenarios

98 IPTI Training Schedule xxx IPTI Training Schedule Design & Analysis of Floating Structures June 8-9 Nantes, France 2013 Training Schedule Geotechnical Risk Management of Pipelines July 24 Bogota, Colombia Design & Selection of Gas Turbines November 4-5 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Design & Selection of Compressors November 6-8 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Engineering Ethics in Action September 11 Houston, TX December 4 Houston, TX Fundamentals for Junior Professionals April 8 Banff, Alberta Fundamentals of Deepwater Project Development March 5 San Antonio, TX October 21 The Woodlands, TX Fundamentals of Deepwater Riser Engineering March 5 San Antonio, TX October 21 The Woodlands, TX Gas-Lift Automation and Surveillance February 4-5 Stavanger, Norway Gas-Lift Design, Including Gas-Lift Valve Performance February 4-5 Stavanger, Norway Gas-Lift Equipment and Gas-Lift Shop Tour February 4-5 Stavanger, Norway Gas-Lift Troubleshooting and Optimization February 4-5 Stavanger, Norway Geotechnical Design and Water Crossing July 24 Bogota, Colombia Geotechnical Engineering Modeling and Assessment July 24 Bogota, Colombia GIS Spatial Database Management Systems for Pipelines April 8 Banff, Alberta Human Factors 101 April 8 Banff, Alberta IM & Reliability for Subsea Systems September 23 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Integrity Evaluation of Inertial ILI & Field Investigations July 24 Bogota, Colombia Integrity First Program April 8 Banff, Alberta Offshore Arctic Pipeline Engineering June 8 Nantes, France Overview of Pipeline Geohazard Management July 24 Bogota, Columbia September 23 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Pipeline Construction September 23 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Pipeline Integrity Management April 8 Banff, Alberta Subsea Pipeline Design Overview March 5 San Antonio, TX September 23 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Tethered Tool Inspection: Do s and Don ts April 8 Banff, Alberta Ultimate Strength of Ships and Offshore Structures June 9 Nantes, France Visit asme-ipti.org or call for additional course information. Courses and dates are subject to change. 96

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100 committees Listing of Committees committees conference Organizing committee Pierre Ferrant, Conference Chair Jon Mikkelsen, Technical Program Chair Local Organizing committee Aurélien Babarit, LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes Christian Berhault, LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes Félicien Bonnefoy, LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes Guillaume Ducrozet, LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes Pierre Ferrant, LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes Lionel Gentaz, LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes Nicolas Grenier, LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes Pierre-Emmanuel Guillerm, LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes Anne Lagatu, LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes David Le Touzé, LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes Yves Perignon, LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes Jean-Marc Rousset, LHEEA Lab, Ecole Centrale de Nantes OMae 2013 Volunteers The Local Organizing Committee would like to express its gratitude to the following OMAE 2013 volunteers: Daniel Barcarolo Amélie Bardin Virginie Baudry Pierre Bigay Elodie Chahbani Baptiste Elie Benjamin Gendron Romain Genest Jordi Girard Maité Gouin Adrien Grellier Brendan Guillouzouic Sylvain Haquin Boris Horel Matthieu Kerhuel Sonia Lambert Izan Le Crom Alban Leroyer Lucas Letournel Salvatore Marrone Guillaume Oger Gabriel Reliquet Benjamin Rocher François Rongere Jean-Baptiste Saulnier Jitendra Singh Thomas Soulard technical Program committee SYMP 1: Offshore Technology Symposium Coordinator: Dominique Roddier, Marine Innovation & Technology SYMP 2: Structures, Safety and Reliability Symposium Coordinator: Carlos Guedes Soares, Technical University of Lisbon SYMP 3: Materials Technology Symposium Coordinator: Mamdouh Salama, ConocoPhillips Company SYMP 4: Pipeline and Riser Technology Symposium Coordinators: Theodoro A. Netto, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro Duane DeGeer, INTECSEA SYMP 5: Ocean Space Utilization Symposium Co-coordinators: Hideyuki Suzuki, University of Tokyo Takeshi Kinoshita, University of Tokyo SYMP 6: Ocean Engineering Symposium Coordinators: Daniel Valentine, Clarkson University Jon Mikkelsen, University of British Columbia SYMP 7: Polar and Arctic Sciences and Technology Symposium Coordinator: Walter Kuehnlein, SEA2ICE Ltd. & Co. KG SYMP 8: CFD and VIV Symposium Coordinator: Owen Oakley, Jr., Chevron Energy Technology Co. SYMP 9: Ocean Renewable Energy Symposium Co-coordinators: Charles Smith, Research & Development Corporation Krish Thiagarajan, University of Maine SYMP 10: Offshore Geotechnics Symposium Co-coordinators: Horst Brandes, University of Hawaii Dong-Sheng Jeng, University off Dundee SYMP 11: Petroleum Technology Symposium Symposium Co-coordinator: Andrew Wojtanowicz, Louisiana State University SYMP 12: Odd M. Faltinsen Honoring Symposium on Marine Hydrodynamics Symposium Coordinator: Pierre Ferrant, Ecole Centrale de Nantes international advisory committee R.V. Ahilan, Noble Denton, UK R. Basu, ABS Americas, USA R. (Bob) F. Beck, University of Michigan, USA Pierre Besse, Bureau Veritas, France Richard J. Brown, Consultant, Houston, USA Gang Chen, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China Jen-Hwa Chen, Chevron Energy Technology Company, USA Yoo Sang Choo, National University of Singapore, Singapore Weicheng C. Cui, CSSRC, Wuxi, China Jan Inge Dalane, Statoil, Norway R.G. Dean, University of Florida, USA Mario Dogliani, Registro Italiano Navale, Italy R. Eatock-Taylor, Oxford University, UK George Z. Forristall, Shell Global Solutions, USA Peter K. Gorf, BP, UK Boo Cheong (B.C.) Khoo, National University of Singapore, Singapore Yoshiaki Kodama, National Maritime Research Institute, Japan Chun Fai (Collin) Leung, National University of Singapore, Singapore Sehyuk Lee, Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea Eike Lehmann, TU Hamburg- Harburg, Germany Henrik O. Madsen, Det Norske Veritas, Norway 98

101 committees Adi Maimun Technology University of Malaysia, Malaysia T. Miyazaki, Japan Marine Science & Tech Centre, Japan T. Moan, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway G. Moe, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway A.D. Papanikolaou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece Hans Georg Payer, Germanischer Lloyd, Germany Preben T. Pedersen, Technical University of Demark, Denmark George Rodenbusch, Shell International, USA Joachim Schwarz, JS Consulting, Germany Dennis Seidlitz, ConocoPhillips, USA Ken Richardson, ABS Americas, USA Chien Ming (CM) Wang, National University of Singapore, Singapore Jaap-Harm Westhuis, SBM Offshore/ GustoMSC, Netherlands Ronald W. Yeung, University of California at Berkeley, USA event Organizer Sea to Sky Meeting Management Inc. 206, 201 Bewicke Avenue, North Vancouver, BC V7M 3M7 Canada Tel: Fax: President: Sarah Lowis, CMP, CMM Project Director: Ian Holliday Registration Manager: Glenda Freeman Project Coordinator: Sherri Corrie Co-sponsoring Organizations association/institution country representative American Concrete Institute USA Diane L. Baloh American Society of Civil Engineers, Coasts, Oceans, Ports, and Rivers Institute USA Zeki Demirbilek American Society of Mechanical Engineers International USA Kimberly Miceli Associazione Italiana di Ingegneria Offshore e Marina Italy Elio Ciralli, Felici Arena Brazilian Society of Naval Architects Brazil Alceu Mariano de Melo Souza Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers Canada Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers Canada Chinese Society of Ocean Engineers China J.M. Yang Club pour les Actions de Recherche sur les Ouvrages en Mer France Daniel Averbuch Energy Rubber Group Engineering Committee on Oceanic Research European Safety and Reliability Association Carlos Guedes Soares Gesellschaft fuer Maritime Technik Germany Walter Kuehnlein Institute of Materials Institution of Engineers of Ireland Ireland Paddy Purcell Institution of Mechanical Engineers Instituto Brasileiro de Petróleo Brazil Alvaro Teixeira Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers Japan Shinobu Saitou Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers Japan Naoteru Tsuda Korean Institute of Metals Korea Marine Technology Society USA R. Cengiz Ertekin National Association of Corrosion Engineers USA Norwegian Society of Chartered Engineers Norway Ketill Borge-Ask Office of Science and Technology, Australia Australia Portuguese Engineering Association Portugal Victor G. Brito Royal Flemish Engineers Association Belgium Hans Romaen Society for Underwater Technology Robert Allwood Society of Danish Engineers Denmark Kristian Smestad Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers USA Michael Bernitsas Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers Taiwan, China Chang New Chen TWI (formerly The Welding Institute) UK Reza Razmjoo committees 99

102 Past & future conferences Past conferences Past & future conferences 1982 new Orleans, usa 1983 houston, usa 1984 new Orleans, usa 1985 Dallas, usa 1987 houston, usa 1988 houston, usa 1990 houston, usa 1986 tokyo, Japan 1989 the hague, netherlands 1991 stavanger, norway Jin S. Chung Chair Hisaaki Maeda Co-chair 1986 Virgil Lunardini Co-chair 1984 & calgary, canada Mamdouh Salama Chair Bjorn Lian Co-chair M. Idris Mansor Chair R. Brawn Co-chair 1993 glasgow, u.k houston, usa 1995 copenhagen, Denmark Geoff Booth Chair James N. Brekke Chair Christian Aage Chair 1996 florence, italy 1997 Yokohama, Japan 1998 Lisbon, Portugal Daniela Mercati Chair Hisaaki Maeda Chair Koichiro Yoshida Co-chair Carlos Guedes Soares Chair 1999 st. John s, canada 2000 new Orleans, usa 2001 rio de Janeiro, Brazil Stephen Jones Chair Terry Jones ( ) Chair Segen Farid Estefen Chair

103 Past & future conferences 2002 Oslo, norway 2003 cancun, Mexico 2004 Vancouver, canada Arvid Naess Chair Oscar Valle Molina Chair Sander Calisal Chair Jon Mikkelsen Co-chair 2005 halkidiki, greece 2006 hamburg, germany 2007 san Diego, usa Spyros A. Mavrakos Chair Michael M. Bernitsas Co-chair Walter L. Kuehnlein Chair John Halkyard Chair Richard Seymour Co-chair Barbara Fletcher Co-chair 2008 estoril, Portugal 2009 honolulu, usa 2010 shanghai, china Carlos Guedes Soares Chair R. Cengiz Ertekin Chair H. Ronald Riggs Co-chair Gang Chen Chair Jianmin Yang Co-chair ir. Bas Buchner Chair 2011 rotterdam, netherlands future conferences 2014 san francisco, usa Segen F. Estefen Chair 2012 rio de Janeiro, Brazil Antonio C. Fernandes Co-chair 2015 st. John s, canada 2016 Busan, Korea Past & future conferences Ron Yeung Chair Dominique Roddier Co-chair Wei Qiu Chair Charles Smith Co-chair Jeom Kee Paik Chair 101

104 Author Index author index Abankwa, Samuel... OMAE (8-13) Abdalla, Basel... OMAE (7-3),...OMAE (10-8), OMAE (10-8) Abdul Ghani, Mohamad Pauzi.. OMAE (8-13) Abdul Malik, Adi Maimun... OMAE (8-13) Abedi, Karim... OMAE (8-10) Abelha Rocha, Camila Aparecida... OMAE (11-7) Abouelfadl, Wael... OMAE (4-20) Abreu, Eliakin... OMAE (3-11) Abu Husain, M... OMAE (2-22),...OMAE (2-21), OMAE (2-23),...OMAE (2-21), OMAE (2-22),...OMAE (2-22), OMAE (2-22),... OMAE (2-21) Abu Khalifeh, Hadil... OMAE (11-3) Achanta, Vamsee... OMAE (4-30) Adl, Mahmoud Reza... OMAE (2-28) Aesoy, Vilmar... OMAE (7-6) Agarwal, Baivau... OMAE (5-1) Agarwal, Puneet... OMAE (2-15),... OMAE (4-25) Agbakwuru, Jasper A... OMAE (4-7) Aggidis, George A... OMAE (9-19) Agrawal, Madhusuden... OMAE (8-17) Aguiar, Cristiano Santos de... OMAE (10-9) Agustsson, Geir... OMAE (4-32) Ahmad Zukni, NorBahrain... OMAE (8-13),... OMAE (8-7) Ahmad, Sana... OMAE (3-9) Ahmad, Suhail... OMAE (2-34) Ai, Shangmao... OMAE (2-20) Akashi, Masanari... OMAE (5-1) Akhtar, Wasy... OMAE (4-3) Akimoto, Hiromichi... OMAE (9-4),... OMAE (9-22) Aksnes, Vegard... OMAE (1-20) Al-Farisi, Omar... OMAE (11-3) Al-Shemsi, Abdullah... OMAE (11-3) Alagan Chella, Mayilvahanan... OMAE (8-3) Alam, Reza... OMAE (7-2) Albermani, Faris... OMAE (2-31) Albrecht, Carl H.... OMAE (1-9),... OMAE (8-11) Albuquerque, Elson... OMAE (4-36),... OMAE (4-16) Alcorn, Raymond... OMAE (9-3),...OMAE (9-1), OMAE (9-1) Alessandrini, Bertrand...OMAE ( OMAE (9-7) Aleyaasin, Majid... OMAE (4-14) Allain, Olivier... OMAE (8-6) Allenström, Björn... OMAE (9-2) Almeida, Marcio... OMAE (10-5) Almeida, Maria Cascao... OMAE (10-5) Altmann, Joshua... OMAE (2-28) Alves, Andre L.R.... OMAE (2-45) Alves, Helio... OMAE (4-12) Alves, Jose Luis... OMAE (1-17) Alves, Marco... OMAE (9-8) Alvim, Roberto... OMAE (4-28) Amante, Diogo do Amaral... OMAE (2-27) Amato, Stefano... OMAE (3-7) Ambati, Vijaya... OMAE (12-5) Ameryoun, Hamed... OMAE (1-5),... OMAE (1-5) Amian, Christoph... OMAE (8-2) Amils, Xavier... OMAE (1-11) Amrane, Amirouche... OMAE (2-38) Amundsen, Andreas... OMAE (9-14) An, Chen... OMAE (4-18) An, Hongwei... OMAE (4-21) Anai, Yosuke... OMAE (3-2) Ananthakrishnan, Palaniswamy OMAE (12-15); OMAE (12-15) Anderson, Benjamin... OMAE (4-6) Andresen, Vebjorn... OMAE (3-8) Anelli, Ettore... OMAE (3-5) Anglin, David... OMAE (1-5) Antunes, Bruno... OMAE (4-11) Antunes, Marcio... OMAE (3-11) Antuono, Matteo... OMAE (12-7),... OMAE (8-1) Aoike, Kan... OMAE (2-15) Apeland, Kjell Edvard... OMAE (3-6) Arai, Rei... OMAE (5-2),... OMAE (5-2) Ardoino, Fabrizio... OMAE (10-6) Arefi, Vahid... OMAE (8-21) Arena, Felice... OMAE (9-23),...OMAE (9-15), OMAE (9-5),...OMAE (2-17), OMAE (2-40),...OMAE (2-16), OMAE (2-23),... OMAE (9-21) Aretov, Ivan... OMAE (4-12) Argall, Richard... OMAE (9-9) Ariana, I Made... OMAE (2-45),... OMAE (2-43) Arima, Masakazu... OMAE (2-44) Arimatsu, Seitaro... OMAE (2-30) Ariyarathne, Kusalika... OMAE (12-3) Armesto, José A.... OMAE (9-15),... OMAE (9-15) Armin, Milad... OMAE (8-21) Armstrong, John... OMAE (9-4) Armstrong, Michael... OMAE (3-6) Arnold, Matthias... OMAE (2-29) Arntsen, Øivind A.... OMAE (8-2) Arroyo, Fabio... OMAE (4-12),...OMAE (4-12), OMAE (4-12) Artana, Ketut Buda... OMAE (2-45),... OMAE (2-43) Asanuma, Takayuki... OMAE (4-34) Ascanelli, Alfredo... OMAE (9-21) Asgharzadeh Shishivan, Reza... OMAE (1-13) Askestrand, Frode Tjelta... OMAE (1-21) Aslam, Moazzam... OMAE (1-8) Assi, Gustavo R.S.... OMAE (8-10) Atlar, M.... OMAE (6-6) Aubault, Alexia... OMAE (1-22) Audibert Hayet, Annie... OMAE (7-3) Audibert, Jean... OMAE (10-1) Avalos, Gustavo O.G.... OMAE (8-8) Azevedo, Fabio... OMAE (4-11),...OMAE (4-14), OMAE (4-12) Azevedo, Nathalia... OMAE (4-13) Azuma, Koji... OMAE (3-11) Azuma, Shota... OMAE (9-10) Baarholm, Gro Sagli... OMAE (1-4) Baarholm, Rolf... OMAE (8-27),...OMAE (1-17), OMAE (8-5),... OMAE (8-5) Babadagli, Tayfun... OMAE (11-4) Babanin, Alexander... OMAE (2-19),...OMAE (2-15), OMAE (2-18),... OMAE (2-18) Babarit, Aurélien... OMAE (6-16),...OMAE (9-27), OMAE (12-4),...OMAE (12-13), OMAE (9-27) Babuchon, Marie... OMAE (9-3) Bachynski, Erin E.... OMAE (9-5),... OMAE (9-21) Badaruddin, Mohd Fauzi... OMAE (4-36) Bae, Yoon Hyeok... OMAE (9-27) Baek, Jeunghoon... OMAE (1-8) Bagbanci, Hasan... OMAE (9-5),...OMAE (9-20), OMAE (2-40),... OMAE (9-24) Bai, Bo... OMAE (6-12) Bai, Jie... OMAE (4-36) Bai, Yong... OMAE (4-15) Bai, Zhigang... OMAE (4-15),... OMAE (8-2) Bailly Guimaraes, Helio... OMAE (12-4) Baioco, Juliana S.... OMAE (8-11) Bakhshandeh Rostami, Ali... OMAE (9-7) Bakhtiari, A.... OMAE (8-18) Bakhtyar, Fahad... OMAE (4-13) Bakkouch, Maya... OMAE (8-4) Balakin, Boris V.... OMAE (8-17) Balder, Thomas... OMAE (4-20) Baldick, Ross... OMAE (1-6) Baldwin, Jason... OMAE (1-7) Ballesio, Jorge E.... OMAE (2-42) Banari, Amir... OMAE (8-16) Bandstra, Daryl J... OMAE (3-7) Bang, Sangchul... OMAE (10-6) Bangash, Zafar... OMAE (8-27) Banks, Daniel... OMAE (9-12) Banneyake, Ranil... OMAE (1-6) Bannister, Adam... OMAE (3-10) Barabadi, Abbas... OMAE (2-43) Barari, Amin... OMAE (10-9) Barbagallo, Alexandre... OMAE (8-15) Barbaro, Giuseppe... OMAE (6-27) Barbeiro, Iago... OMAE (4-27) Barcarolo, Daniel... OMAE (8-1) Bardazzi, Andrea... OMAE (12-7) Bardestani, Mohsen... OMAE (12-14) Barnett, R.P.... OMAE (3-12) Barrera, Olga... OMAE (3-4) Barros, Douglas... OMAE (4-2) Bartolini, Lorenzo... OMAE (4-11) Bas, Augustin... OMAE (8-21) Basa, Mihai... OMAE (8-1) Bashir, M.B.... OMAE (6-6),... OMAE (5-1) Basilio, Leandro P.... OMAE (4-10) Bass, Don... OMAE (6-1),... OMAE (6-1) Bastid, Philippe... OMAE (2-39) Bayat, Mehdi... OMAE (10-9) Bazán, José A.V... OMAE (2-39) Beam, Mike J.... OMAE (9-1) Beck, Robert... OMAE (12-16) Begovic, Ermina... OMAE (12-4) Bekker, Alexander T.... OMAE (7-3) Belfroid, Stefan... OMAE (8-4),... OMAE (4-32) Belhaj, Hadi... OMAE (11-3),...OMAE (11-3), OMAE (11-2) Belibassakis, Kostas... OMAE (6-13),...OMAE (6-19), OMAE (6-22),... OMAE (6-25) Belkadi, Mustapha... OMAE (11-13) Bellezi, Cezar Augusto... OMAE (8-2) Bendiksen, Erik... OMAE (4-32),... OMAE (4-32) Benetazzo, Alvise... OMAE (6-17) Bengel, Sebastian... OMAE (6-20) Benyessaad, Olivier... OMAE (2-42) Berg, Joris van den... OMAE (6-24) Berg, Tor E.... OMAE (7-7) Berge, Jan Olav... OMAE (3-6) Berge, Stig... OMAE (4-25) Bergenstof Nielsen, Christian... OMAE (4-32) Berhault, Christian... OMAE (8-28),...OMAE (9-12), OMAE (9-16) Bermúdez Rico, Jorge Vicente... OMAE (9-26) Bernardino, Mariana... OMAE (9-2) Bernitsas, Michael... OMAE (8-19),...OMAE (8-13), OMAE (8-21),... OMAE (8-21) 102

105 author index Bernitsas, Paraskevi E.... OMAE (8-21) Bertoni, Fabiano... OMAE (4-36) Bertorello, Carlo... OMAE (12-4) Bhalla, Kenneth... OMAE (4-25) Bhat Aramanadka, Shankar... OMAE (8-13) Bhat, Shankar... OMAE (4-28) Bhattacharjee, Joydip... OMAE (9-19),... OMAE (9-19) Bian, Sean... OMAE (1-13) Bienen, Britta... OMAE (10-6) Bigay, Pierre... OMAE (8-16) Bigourdan, Benoit... OMAE (2-41) Bihs, Hans... OMAE (8-2),...OMAE (8-3), OMAE (8-3) Billerbeck, Heike... OMAE (6-1) Bingham, Harry B.... OMAE (12-16),... OMAE (12-5) Binns, Jonathan... OMAE (8-3),... OMAE (6-3) Birkevold, Jens... OMAE (5-4) Birknes, Jørn... OMAE (1-4),... OMAE (2-18) Bispo, Iuri B. da Silva... OMAE (6-18) Bitner-Gregersen, Elzbieta Maria......OMAE (2-20), OMAE (2-20),... OMAE (2-16) Bizhani, Majid... OMAE (8-4),... OMAE (8-4) Bjerkås, Morten... OMAE (9-26) Bjønnes, Pål... OMAE (4-30) Bjørne Lie, Hans... OMAE (2-35) Black, Jared L.... OMAE (2-45) Blagovidov, Lev B.... OMAE (7-2),... OMAE (1-2) Blagovidova, Iryna... OMAE (7-2),... OMAE (1-2) Blake, Anthony... OMAE (10-3) Blanco, Juan P.I.... OMAE (8-11) Bletzinger, Kai-Uwe... OMAE (2-29) Blomberg, Bjarne... OMAE (6-11) Bodstein, Gustavo C.R.... OMAE (6-6) Boël, Frédérique... OMAE (8-11) Boesten, Jorn... OMAE (1-11) Bokhorst, Job S.... OMAE (1-17),... OMAE (1-7) Bokhove, Onno... OMAE (12-5) Bonnaffoux, Guillaume... OMAE (1-18) Bonnefoy, Félicien... OMAE (9-27) Bonora, Nicola... OMAE (2-35) Borg, Michael... OMAE (9-16) Borgarino, Bruno... OMAE (9-26),... OMAE (9-27) Borges Rodriguez, Antonio... OMAE (4-15),... OMAE (4-15) Borges, Ricardo Garske... OMAE (10-5) Borri, Claudio... OMAE (9-18) Bos, A.J.... OMAE (1-3) Boscolo, Francesco... OMAE (9-21) Botterill, Neil T.... OMAE (8-28) Bourg, Patrick... OMAE (11-5) Bourgeau, Edward... OMAE (1-6) Bouscasse, Benjamin... OMAE (12-7) Bousqué, Marie-Laure... OMAE (11-5) Boyd, Helen... OMAE (4-20),... OMAE (4-37) Børvik, Tore... OMAE (2-25) Braaten, Henning... OMAE (8-5),... OMAE (8-5) Brandes, Horst... OMAE (10-1) Branner, Kim... OMAE (2-41) Bransby, Fraser... OMAE (4-15),... OMAE (4-15) Brany, Ahmad Makintha... OMAE (4-37) Bratland, Anne Katrine... OMAE (6-23) Bredmose, Henrik... OMAE (12-16),... OMAE (9-22) Brennan, F.P.... OMAE (9-16) Bretl, James... OMAE (9-6) Brewerton, R.W.... OMAE (2-42) Brinchmann, Kristoffer... OMAE (12-3) Brooks, Joseph... OMAE (9-3) Brouwer, Joris... OMAE (6-11) Brower, Alexis... OMAE (1-13) Brower, David... OMAE (1-13) Brown, Andrew... OMAE (8-5) Brown, Robert... OMAE (2-43) Browne, Thomas... OMAE (7-1) Browning, James... OMAE (9-13) Brunet, Philippe... OMAE (4-6) Bruns, Anna... OMAE (6-1) Bruschi, Roberto... OMAE (4-11),... OMAE (6-19) Bruzzo, Pier... OMAE (4-40) Bughi, Sabrina... OMAE (10-6) Buitrago, Jaime... OMAE (3-9) Buldgen, Loïc... OMAE (2-25) Bulten, Norbert... OMAE (8-6),... OMAE (12-10) Cabrera Miranda, Jose Manuel. OMAE (2-32) Cadiou, Delphine... OMAE (9-26) Caire, Marcelo... OMAE (1-12),... OMAE (8-27) Califano, Andrea... OMAE (12-3) Calverley, Mark... OMAE (6-17) Cameirao, Ana... OMAE (11-5) Campbell, Andrew P.... OMAE (8-13) Campbell, Brad... OMAE (8-5) Campbell, Mike... OMAE (4-33),...OMAE (8-26), OMAE (4-8),... OMAE (4-8) Campello, George... OMAE (4-36),... OMAE (4-22) Campos, D.... OMAE (2-32),... OMAE (2-35) Cannell, David... OMAE (1-11) Canzian, Lucas Gomes... OMAE (9-7) Cao, Jianchun... OMAE (10-10) Cao, Peimin... OMAE (4-28),... OMAE (9-4) Cao, Yusong... OMAE (1-15) Cappietti, Lorenzo... OMAE (9-6) Carden, Lyle P.... OMAE (6-26) Cardoso, Carlos O.... OMAE (4-11),... OMAE (8-11) Carillo, Adriana... OMAE (9-15) Carlucci, Antonio... OMAE (2-35) Carneiro, Daniel... OMAE (4-40) Caro, Joelle... OMAE (8-1) Carvalho, Daniel... OMAE (1-17) Carvalho, Rafaella C.A.... OMAE (6-18) Caspeele, Robby... OMAE (2-33) Cassidy, Mark... OMAE (10-6) Castelo, Adriano... OMAE (4-2) Castro, Francisco... OMAE (9-23) Cathie, David N.... OMAE (10-8),... OMAE (10-6) Celik, Ismail... OMAE (8-22),... OMAE (8-14) Celis Carbajal, Miguel Angel... OMAE (8-3),... OMAE (12-7) Cellier, Nicolas... OMAE (6-18) Cerkovnik, Mark... OMAE (4-30),...OMAE (4-3), OMAE (2-39),... OMAE (4-3) Cermelli, Christian... OMAE (1-22) Chabaud, Valentin... OMAE (6-3) Chaitanya, Krishna... OMAE (1-7) Chakrabarti, Partha... OMAE (1-4) Chalikov, Dmitry... OMAE (2-18) Challa, Ravi... OMAE (12-8) Chand, Sudheer... OMAE (2-28),... OMAE (1-13) Chandrasekaran, Srinivasan... OMAE (6-10) Chang, Che-Chun... OMAE (8-19) Chang, Gwo-Ang... OMAE (4-21) Chang, Kuang-An... OMAE (12-3),... OMAE (12-2) Chang, Kuntan... OMAE (10-2) Charnotskii, Mikhail... OMAE (2-15) Chatjigeorgiou, Ioannis K.... OMAE (12-1),... OMAE (1-12) Chell, Graham... OMAE (3-8) Chen, Bang-Fuh... OMAE (12-2) Chen, Gang... OMAE (6-9) Chen, Guangqi... OMAE (10-2) Chen, Hongzhou... OMAE (6-2) Chen, Jingpu... OMAE (6-25) Chen, Peng... OMAE (6-5) Chen, Shuling... OMAE (6-5) Chen, Xiao-Bo... OMAE (1-17),...OMAE (1-18), OMAE (1-8),... OMAE (12-13) Chen, Xiaohong... OMAE (9-27) Chen, Xiqia... OMAE (1-18) Chen, Xiuhan... OMAE (10-7) Chen, Yang... OMAE (8-21) Chen, Yining... OMAE (6-9) Chen, Yong... OMAE (3-8) Chen, Zhi-Min... OMAE (8-18) Chen, Zhijie... OMAE (6-7) Cheng Yee, Ng... OMAE (6-10) Cheng, Bing... OMAE (11-13) Cheng, Chuanyun... OMAE (2-20) Cheng, Fai... OMAE (2-24) Cheng, Jingyun... OMAE (4-28) Cheng, Liang... OMAE (4-21) Cheng, Liang-Yee... OMAE (8-2) Cheng, Yinguo... OMAE (1-7) Cheng, Yongming... OMAE (4-17),... OMAE (4-33) Cherneva, Zhivelina... OMAE (2-16) Chi, Q.... OMAE (3-5) Chin, Eu Jeen... OMAE (4-6) Chinello, Luca... OMAE (4-37) Chock, Gary Y.K.... OMAE (6-26) Choi, Jaehyung... OMAE (10-6) Choi, Joong Hyo... OMAE (2-31) Chong Lin, Zhang... OMAE (7-5) Choo, Yun Wook... OMAE (10-6) Choqueuse, Domique... OMAE (4-2) Christiansen, Jakob... OMAE (6-24) Christiansen, Niels... OMAE (1-9) Christiansen, Torben B.... OMAE (12-5) Christie, David... OMAE (9-17) Chuah, Stanley... OMAE (6-26) Chujo, Toshiki... OMAE (9-25) Chujutalli, John Alex H.... OMAE (2-27) Chun, Minsung... OMAE (1-8),... OMAE (2-27) Cinello, Alexandre... OMAE (8-28),...OMAE (8-20), OMAE (4-1) Clarke, Thomas... OMAE (3-11) Clauss, Günther... OMAE (1-19) Clegg, Andy... OMAE (9-11) Clément, Alain... OMAE (6-16) Coche, Edmond... OMAE (7-3) Cocks, Alan C.F.... OMAE (3-4) Coe, Ryan G.... OMAE (8-8) Cognard, Jean Yves... OMAE (4-2) Cohuet, Jean-Baptiste... OMAE (6-9) Colagrossi, Andrea... OMAE (8-1),...OMAE (12-7), OMAE (8-1) Colicchio, Giuseppina... OMAE (8-1) Collu, Maurizio... OMAE (9-16) Condino Fujarra, André Luís... OMAE (8-12),...OMAE (8-18), OMAE (8-9),... OMAE (8-15) Conghuan, Le... OMAE (9-18) Connaire, Adrian... OMAE (4-36) Connelly, Martin... OMAE (3-10) Constantinides, Yiannis... OMAE (8-8),...OMAE (8-9), OMAE (8-20),...OMAE (8-7), OMAE (8-17) author index 103

106 author index author index Cooper, J.E.... OMAE (2-22) Cooper, Philip... OMAE (4-39),... OMAE (4-37) Cooreman, Steven... OMAE (2-30) Corbeil-Létourneau, Simon... OMAE (8-19) Cordes, Roger... OMAE (3-14) Cornett, Andrew... OMAE (1-5) Correa, Bruno... OMAE (1-17) Corrêa, Diego C.... OMAE (1-8) Correa, Fabrício... OMAE (1-12),... OMAE (1-9) Corredor, Fabio E.R... OMAE (8-4),... OMAE (8-4) Cortes, Adriano... OMAE (1-17) Coulling, Alexander... OMAE (9-13),... OMAE (9-13) Courbois, Adrien... OMAE (9-27) Courbot, Anne... OMAE (1-13) Coutinho, Alvaro... OMAE (1-17),... OMAE (8-15) Cox, Dan... OMAE (1-15) Cozijn, Hans... OMAE (1-10) Craig, Russell... OMAE (1-11) Crippa, Stefano... OMAE (3-7) Cruces Girón, Aldo Roberto... OMAE (1-12) Csehi, Jon... OMAE (9-7) da Cruz, José Jaime... OMAE (6-18) Dahi Taleghani, Arash... OMAE (11-4) Dakik, Ahmad... OMAE (11-1) Dalsanto, Xavier... OMAE (7-4) Dalton, Gordon... OMAE (9-15) Dam, Pham Thanh... OMAE (9-14) Damblans, Guillaume... OMAE (8-28),... OMAE (4-1) Damiani, Rick... OMAE (9-25) Damkilde, Lars... OMAE (9-12),... OMAE (9-12) Damsleth, Per... OMAE (4-37) Dankowski, Hendrik... OMAE (1-20),... OMAE (6-20) Dann, Markus... OMAE (2-33) Darcis, Philippe... OMAE (3-7),... OMAE (4-25),... OMAE (3-14) Daripa, Prabir... OMAE (11-1) Dash, Chris... OMAE (3-12) Datta, Nabanita... OMAE (12-7),... OMAE (1-3) Davidson, Michelle... OMAE (4-36),... OMAE (4-32) Davies, Bill... OMAE (8-1) Davies, Peter... OMAE (1-11),... OMAE (1-11) Dawood, Ali... OMAE (4-20) Day, Alexander... OMAE (8-18) de Andres, Adrian D.... OMAE (9-15) de Campos Porto, Elisabeth... OMAE (10-9) de Haas, Ramon... OMAE (4-37) de Hauteclocque, Guillaume... OMAE (1-18),...OMAE (12-9), OMAE (12-9),... OMAE (1-8) De Langre, Emmanuel... OMAE (8-19) de Lauzon, Jérôme... OMAE (12-8) de Leffe, Matthieu... OMAE (8-1) De Leon, David... OMAE (2-35) de Medeiros, Antonio Roberto.. OMAE (4-14) De Silva, Shelton... OMAE (7-8) de Sousa, Tadeu Ferreira Jr... OMAE (1-10) de Souza, Gilberto F.M.... OMAE (2-45) de Vries, Igor... OMAE (1-18) de Wilde, Jaap... OMAE (8-22),... OMAE (1-19) DeCew, Judson... OMAE (5-4) Defoy, Anne-Laure... OMAE (1-11) Deglaire, Thomas... OMAE (8-28) DeGroff, Willard... OMAE (10-1) Deka, Dhyan... OMAE (4-30) Dekker, Johan... OMAE (1-19) del Jesus, Fernando... OMAE (9-15) Delaney, Kevin... OMAE (6-9) Demmink, Harm... OMAE (4-20) Deng, Gan Bo... OMAE (8-6) Denisov, Valeriy I.... OMAE (10-2) Derbanne, Quentin... OMAE (12-9),... OMAE (12-9) Dervieux, Alain... OMAE (8-6) Dessi, Daniele... OMAE (12-6) Dhaigude, Mayuresh... OMAE (1-6) Dhanak, Manhar... OMAE (12-15) Di Paolo, Adrian... OMAE (11-7) Di Vito, Luigi... OMAE (3-7),... OMAE (4-25) Dianwei, Gao... OMAE (2-40) Dias, Frederic... OMAE (9-23),...OMAE (1-23), OMAE (6-6),...OMAE (12-13), OMAE (9-9),... OMAE (9-9) Dib, Elie... OMAE (4-39),... OMAE (4-39) DiBella, Frank... OMAE (9-3) Diebold, Louis... OMAE (1-8) Diehl, Bruno... OMAE (3-11) Dilger, Hendrik... OMAE (1-20) Ding, Lin... OMAE (8-21) Dobrodeev, Aleksey A.... OMAE (7-2) Dodge, Michael... OMAE (3-12) Doherty, Kenneth... OMAE (9-9),... OMAE (9-12) Doherty, Peter... OMAE (4-14) Doi, Yasuaki... OMAE (9-10) Dong, Guo-hai... OMAE (6-8),... OMAE (6-7),...OMAE (6-2), OMAE (6-2) Dong, H... OMAE (3-12),... OMAE (3-10) Dong, Qian... OMAE (4-27) Dong, Sheng... OMAE (2-17) Dong, Simeng... OMAE (10-7) Dong, Simeng... OMAE (10-2) Dong, Yan... OMAE (2-33) Dooley, Patrick... OMAE (4-14) Dow, Robert S.... OMAE (6-6),... OMAE (2-36) Drago, Michele... OMAE (6-14),... OMAE (6-19) Draper, Scott... OMAE (4-21),... OMAE (4-21) Drennan, Frank... OMAE (4-39) Drouet, Aurélien... OMAE (12-4),... OMAE (8-24) Drouet, Céline... OMAE (6-18) Drumond, Fabiano G.... OMAE (4-10) Duan, Menglan... OMAE (4-18),... OMAE (6-5) Duan, Wenyang... OMAE (12-9) Duarte, Tiago... OMAE (9-8),... OMAE (9-20) Ducoin, Antoine... OMAE (6-15) Ducrozet, Guillaume... OMAE (9-26),... OMAE (12-5) Dudek, Matthias... OMAE (1-19) Duong, Quang-Tan... OMAE (7-6) Duplenskiy, Stanislav... OMAE (7-1) Duquesnay, Jillian... OMAE (1-7) Durairaj, Senthilkumar... OMAE (4-14) Durand, Guy... OMAE (1-13) Durmus, Beste... OMAE (1-11) Durville, Damien... OMAE (1-11) Dwi Putranta, Dinariyana... OMAE (2-45),... OMAE (2-43) Dypvik, Tora... OMAE (7-5) Eastoe, Emma... OMAE (2-19) Eca, Luis... OMAE (8-14) Edelson, David... OMAE (1-1) Eder, James... OMAE (9-6) Edwards, Kate... OMAE (9-6) Efimov, Yaroslav... OMAE (7-2) Egeberg, Tale F.... OMAE (9-11) Egwuatu, Uchenna J.... OMAE (4-14) Ehlers, Sören... OMAE (7-6) Eide, Magnus... OMAE (7-6) El Hajj, Hicham... OMAE (11-1) el Moctar, Ould... OMAE (12-9),...OMAE (12-8), OMAE (12-15),...OMAE (8-8), OMAE (6-21) El Mouhandiz, Abdel-Ali... OMAE (1-7) El Safti, Hisham... OMAE (10-2) El-Gebaly, Sherif... OMAE (4-39),... OMAE (4-39) Elbing, Brian R.... OMAE (9-1) Elias, Renato... OMAE (1-17),... OMAE (8-15) Elie, Baptiste... OMAE (6-8),... OMAE (9-7) Ellingsen, Harald... OMAE (5-4) Ellingsen, Ingrid H.... OMAE (7-6) Elliott, Trevor... OMAE (1-5) Ellwanger, Gilberto B.... OMAE (6-27),...OMAE (10-9), OMAE (4-36) Elosta, Hany... OMAE (6-19),... OMAE (4-15) Elsaesser, Bjoern... OMAE (1-23),... OMAE (6-6) Emamgholizadeh Baboli, M.Javad OMAE (8-10) Endo, Shigeru... OMAE (3-5),... OMAE (3-5) Endresen, Per Christian... OMAE (5-4),...OMAE (5-3), OMAE (5-3),... OMAE (5-4) Enerhaug, Birger... OMAE (5-4) Engsig-Karup, Allan P.... OMAE (12-5) Erceg, Sandro... OMAE (7-6) Eren, Elvin... OMAE (3-10) Erge, Oney... OMAE (11-8) Erikstad, Stein Ove... OMAE (7-6) Ermon, James... OMAE (4-17) Ernst, Hugo... OMAE (4-12),... OMAE (4-12) Ersdal, Svein... OMAE (9-9) Erwin, Richard... OMAE (9-4) Escobar, Jose... OMAE (8-22),... OMAE (8-14) Escobar, Mariano... OMAE (11-7) Esperança, Paulo de Tarso... OMAE (1-14),... OMAE (12-7) Estefen, Segen F.... OMAE (4-18),... OMAE (2-27) Estival, Rémi... OMAE (6-9) Etienne, Stephane... OMAE (8-14),... OMAE (8-19) Evely, Kerri-Ann... OMAE (2-43) Ewans, Kevin... OMAE (2-19),...OMAE (6-26), OMAE (2-14),...OMAE (2-14), OMAE (2-14),... OMAE (2-14) Faerevik, Hilde... OMAE (7-7) Fagley, Casey... OMAE (9-12) Falcao, Antonio... OMAE (9-17) Faltinsen, Odd M.... OMAE (12-2),... OMAE (12-16), OMAE (12-10),...OMAE (12-1), OMAE (12-14),...OMAE (12-7), OMAE (12-10),... OMAE (12-12) Falzarano, Jeffrey... OMAE (6-21),... OMAE (6-11) Fan, Bin... OMAE (4-14) Fan, Chengye... OMAE (1-6) Fan, Dixia... OMAE (1-20) Fang, Ming-Chung... OMAE (6-20) Farnes, Knut-Aril... OMAE (4-16) Farrugia, Robert... OMAE (9-16) Fedele, Francesco... OMAE (1-16),... OMAE (6-17) 104

107 author index Feng, Guoqing... OMAE (2-36) Feng, Xiangbo... OMAE (6-9) Feng, Xiaowei... OMAE (10-5) Feng, Xuelei... OMAE (1-18) Ferino, Jan... OMAE (3-7) Fernandes, Antonio Carlos... OMAE (6-6),...OMAE (9-7), OMAE (8-8),... OMAE (12-4) Fernandez, Nelson... OMAE (1-16) Fernando, Upul... OMAE (4-7),...OMAE (4-36), OMAE (4-32) Ferrant, Pierre... OMAE (12-5),...OMAE (8-24), OMAE (9-27),...OMAE (6-8), OMAE (12-1) Ferrari, Victor... OMAE (6-10) Ferreira, Carolina... OMAE (2-38) Ferrer, Gilles... OMAE (9-16),... OMAE (9-26) Fiamma, Vincenzo... OMAE (9-15),... OMAE (2-23) Ficquet, Xavier... OMAE (3-10) Field, Parker L.... OMAE (12-11) Figoni, Marco... OMAE (1-13) Figueiredo, Sílvia R.... OMAE (1-1) Filippas, Evagelos... OMAE (6-13) Finnie, Ian... OMAE (4-15) Firoozkoohi, Reza... OMAE (12-5) Fischer, Michael... OMAE (3-12) Fjeldstad, Arne... OMAE (3-14) Fogliani, Nino... OMAE (4-40) Folley, Matt... OMAE (9-6) Fonseca, Jose... OMAE (3-11) Fonseca, Nuno... OMAE (12-9),... OMAE (2-20) Fontaine, Arnold A.... OMAE (9-1) Fontaine, Emmanuel... OMAE (8-17) Forbes, Gareth... OMAE (4-40) Forristall, George... OMAE (1-22),...OMAE (2-14), OMAE (2-14),...OMAE (2-14), OMAE (2-14) Fortaleza, Eugênio... OMAE (6-20) Forte, Thomas P.... OMAE (3-14) Foti, Giandomenico... OMAE (6-27) Fouques, Sebastien... OMAE (9-14) Fowler, Matthew J.... OMAE (9-13) Føre, Martin... OMAE (5-3),...OMAE (5-3), OMAE (5-4) França, Alessandro... OMAE (4-10) Francis, Benjamin... OMAE (8-21) Franciss, Ricardo... OMAE (4-10) Franco, Guilherme S.... OMAE (8-10) Francois, Michel... OMAE (1-11) Francois, Sylvie... OMAE (1-11) Frank, Kevin... OMAE (5-4) Frankenfield, John... OMAE (12-15) Franzini, Guilherme R.... OMAE (2-24),...OMAE (8-12), OMAE (8-18) Fraser, Colin... OMAE (4-20) Fredheim, Arne... OMAE (5-4),... OMAE (5-4) Fredheim, Stein... OMAE (2-35) Fredriksson, David W.... OMAE (5-3) Freire, Cesar M.... OMAE (8-5) Frelin, Cyril... OMAE (6-17) Frimodt, Casper... OMAE (4-32) Fu, Bin... OMAE (6-20) Fu, Shixiao... OMAE (5-3),...OMAE (8-27), OMAE (1-20),... OMAE (1-18) Fu, Xiaoyan... OMAE (9-24) Fujioka, Hiroyuki... OMAE (9-14) Fujita, Toyohisa... OMAE (5-1) Fujiwara, Tomo... OMAE (4-34) Fujiwara, Toshifumi... OMAE (6-10) Fukuba, Tetsuya... OMAE (3-4),... OMAE (4-30) Fukuda, Isao... OMAE (5-5) Fukumoto, Yukinari... OMAE (5-7) Fukushima, Tomohiko... OMAE (5-1) Furuta, Satoshi... OMAE (5-2) Gaffard, Vincent... OMAE (7-3) Gagarina, Elena... OMAE (12-5) Galgoul, Nelson... OMAE (4-2) Gallagher, Sarah... OMAE (9-9),... OMAE (9-9) Gallego, Guillermo... OMAE (1-16),... OMAE (6-17) Gamino, Marcus... OMAE (8-13),... OMAE (3-12) Gan, Jin... OMAE (2-26) Gan, Kuat... OMAE (10-1) Gang, Chen... OMAE (2-32),... OMAE (4-1) Gansel, Lars... OMAE (5-3),...OMAE (5-3), OMAE (5-4) Gao, Jun-Liang... OMAE (6-7) Gao, Ming... OMAE (2-33) Gao, Yangyang... OMAE (6-27) Gao, Zhen... OMAE (9-2),...OMAE (9-25), OMAE (9-18),...OMAE (9-12), OMAE (9-12),...OMAE (2-39), OMAE (9-20) Garcia Tenorio, Mario... OMAE (2-32) Garcia, Enrique... OMAE (3-14) Garrido-Mendoza, Carlos A... OMAE (12-4) Garrido, Julio C.... OMAE (9-23) Garvin, Matthew... OMAE (6-5) Gato, Luis... OMAE (9-17) Gaudin, Christophe... OMAE (10-3),...OMAE (10-5), OMAE (10-6),... OMAE (10-3) Gaurina-Medjimurec, Nediljka. OMAE (11-2) Gavrilov, Andrey... OMAE (11-8) Gay Neto, Alfredo... OMAE (2-24),...OMAE (4-16), OMAE (4-34) Ge, Yujie... OMAE (9-24) Geddes, P.... OMAE (2-42) Gendron, Benjamin... OMAE (12-13) Gentaz, Lionel... OMAE (8-24),... OMAE (6-8) Gerber, Andrew... OMAE (8-16) Gerostathis, Theodoros... OMAE (6-19) Ghasemi, Shahin... OMAE (8-19) Gholipour Salimi, Mastoureh... OMAE (2-21) Ghorbani, Reza... OMAE (1-16) Ghosh, Rupak... OMAE (3-14) Gil, Cyprian... OMAE (4-37) Gilloteaux, Jean-Christophe... OMAE (9-16),... OMAE (9-26) Gilmore, Justin... OMAE (1-11) Gioielli, Paulo... OMAE (4-34) Giovanetti, Giancarlo... OMAE (6-14) Gittos, Mike F.... OMAE (3-12),... OMAE (3-10) Glénat, Philippe... OMAE (11-5) Godinho, Carlos... OMAE (4-16) Goh, Siang Huat... OMAE (10-9) Golbaz, Ali... OMAE (2-28) Golestani, Maziar... OMAE (6-17),... OMAE (6-18) Golliard, Joachim... OMAE (4-32) Golpour, Hamid... OMAE (2-28) Gomes, Rui... OMAE (9-17) Gómez Hoyos, Catalina... OMAE (11-12) Gonçalves, Milton... OMAE (1-17) Gonçalves, Ricardo... OMAE (1-12) Gonçalves, Rodolfo T.... OMAE (8-12),...OMAE (8-18), OMAE (8-9) Gonçalves, Silas... OMAE (4-16) González, Leo M.... OMAE (8-27) Gordelier, Tessa... OMAE (2-40) Gordon, Brian... OMAE (1-2) Gordon, Robert... OMAE (1-6),... OMAE (8-9) Gordon, Robin... OMAE (4-3) Goto, Sota... OMAE (3-5) Gotoh, Koji... OMAE (2-30),...OMAE (3-2), OMAE (3-2) Gou, Peng... OMAE (12-2) Goupee, Andrew... OMAE (9-13),...OMAE (9-13), OMAE (9-13),... OMAE (9-13) Gourvenec, Susan... OMAE (10-5) Gowthaman, Pramodh... OMAE (4-20) Goyet, Jean... OMAE (2-41) Grabe, Jürgen... OMAE (10-5),...OMAE (10-4), OMAE (10-10) Grassi, Ana Giulia F.... OMAE (8-9) Grasso, Giovanny A.... OMAE (11-5) Graziani, Giorgio... OMAE (12-7) Greco, Marilena... OMAE (12-11) Greenwood, Charles... OMAE (9-17) Grenier, Nicolas... OMAE (8-1),... OMAE (8-1) Griffiths, Terry... OMAE (4-6),...OMAE (4-6), OMAE (4-40) Grilli, Annette... OMAE (9-2) Grilli, Stephan T.... OMAE (8-16) Gronli, John... OMAE (4-7) Grouthier, Clement... OMAE (8-19) Grue, John... OMAE (12-1) Grytøyr, Guttorm... OMAE (1-6) Gu, Xie-Chong... OMAE (2-18) Guanche, Raúl... OMAE (9-15),...OMAE (9-15), OMAE (8-24) Gudmestad, Ove Tobias... OMAE (4-7),...OMAE (7-2), OMAE (7-8),...OMAE (1-4), OMAE (7-1),...OMAE (7-7), OMAE (1-21) Guédé, Zakoua... OMAE (2-41) Guedes Soares, Carlos... OMAE (2-27),...OMAE (2-24), OMAE (2-25),...OMAE (6-20), OMAE (6-21),...OMAE (9-5), OMAE (9-23),...OMAE (9-20), OMAE (6-26),...OMAE (6-10), OMAE (2-40),...OMAE (9-24), OMAE (12-11),...OMAE (9-19), OMAE (9-19),...OMAE (2-16), OMAE (9-2),...OMAE (2-16), OMAE (12-9),...OMAE (2-20), OMAE (2-41) Guellil, Khadidja... OMAE (11-13) Guerra, Gabriel... OMAE (1-17),... OMAE (8-15) Guevara Jr., Nestor O.... OMAE (1-17) Gueydon, Sebastien... OMAE (9-5) Guha, Amitava... OMAE (6-21) Gui, Feng... OMAE (3-4),... OMAE (4-30) Guilcher, Pierre-Michel... OMAE (8-1),... OMAE (8-16) Guillerm, Pierre-Emmanuel... OMAE (8-24),...OMAE (6-8), OMAE (6-11),... OMAE (9-7) Guilmineau, Emmanuel... OMAE (8-6) Guo, Bingjie... OMAE (2-20) Guo, Fei... OMAE (1-18) Gupta, Anuj... OMAE (11-1),...OMAE (11-3), OMAE (11-1),... OMAE (11-1) Gurtner, Arne... OMAE (7-1) Gutierrez-Amador, Albio... OMAE (8-22),... OMAE (8-14) Haase, Andrea... OMAE (7-4),... OMAE (7-2) Hadj, Mimoun... OMAE (11-5) Hagen, Øistein... OMAE (2-37),... OMAE (2-18) Hagesteijn, Gerco... OMAE (6-11) Hai, Xin... OMAE (1-7) Haid, Lorenz... OMAE (9-24) Hallmann, Rink... OMAE (1-10) Ham, Wan Ling... OMAE (2-36) author index 105

108 author index author index Hamann, Thorben... OMAE (10-5),... OMAE (10-10) Hamouda, Abdel Magid... OMAE (6-8) Han, Changbong... OMAE (2-28) Han, Jianhuang... OMAE (11-2) Han, Sangmin... OMAE (2-27) Han, Songlin... OMAE (6-12),... OMAE (6-12) han, Wu... OMAE (2-32) Hanif, Waqas... OMAE (4-13) Hansen, Martin O.L.... OMAE (9-8) Hanssen, Finn-Christian W... OMAE (12-12) Haq, Muhammad Masood ul... OMAE (4-18) Hara, Yutaka... OMAE (9-4),... OMAE (9-22) Haraldsen, Kristian... OMAE (3-4) Hardjanto, Fauzi A.... OMAE (4-2) Hareide, Ole J.... OMAE (6-15) Harismendy, Migel... OMAE (9-27) Haroun, Mohammed... OMAE (11-3) Harries, Iwan... OMAE (4-32) Harrington-Missin, Liam... OMAE (6-17) Harris, J.M.... OMAE (6-25) Hase, Kazukuni... OMAE (3-5) Hasegawa, Kazuhiko... OMAE (12-10) Haselbach, Philipp U.... OMAE (2-41) Hashimoto, Hirotada... OMAE (12-5) Haskoll, Lars... OMAE (2-35) Hassanaliaragh, Sina... OMAE (1-1) Hatecke, Hannes... OMAE (6-1) Haver, Sverre... OMAE (1-4) Hay, Alex... OMAE (8-14),... OMAE (8-19) He, Jia... OMAE (6-7) He, Jian Wen... OMAE (2-39) He, Ming... OMAE (6-27) Healy, Mark... OMAE (9-1),... OMAE (9-1) Heathman, James... OMAE (11-7) Hedengren, John... OMAE (1-13) Heide Lambertsen, Søren... OMAE (9-12) Hein, Christian... OMAE (10-5) Helmers, Jens Bloch... OMAE (2-20),... OMAE (12-3) Helvacioglu, Ismail Hakki... OMAE (1-3) Heng, David... OMAE (7-8) Henneke, Mike... OMAE (8-9) Hennig, Janou... OMAE (6-24) Henriques, Joao... OMAE (9-17) Hermundstad, Elin Marita... OMAE (1-17) Herri, Jean-Michel... OMAE (11-5) Herrington, Paul... OMAE (6-5),... OMAE (1-1) Heurtier, Jean-Michel... OMAE (9-16),... OMAE (9-26) Hidalgo, Erick M.P... OMAE (2-45) Higuera, Pablo... OMAE (8-24) Hill, Dan... OMAE (11-4) Hill, Mike... OMAE (8-11) Hindley, Simon... OMAE (9-4),... OMAE (9-9) Hinostroza, Miguel A.... OMAE (6-10) Hinricksen, Eckhard... OMAE (2-45) Hirabayashi, Shinichiro... OMAE (9-14),... OMAE (8-16) Hirata, Kenji... OMAE (3-5) Hirota, Kazuhiro... OMAE (6-11) Hisamune, Nobuyuki... OMAE (3-4),...OMAE (4-30), OMAE (4-20) Hobbs, George... OMAE (4-3) Hoekstra, Martin... OMAE (8-14),... OMAE (8-9) Hoff, Jan Roger... OMAE (1-17) Hofmann, Hannes... OMAE (11-4) Hojjat, Majid... OMAE (2-29) Holden, Harald... OMAE (4-30) Holman, David M.... OMAE (8-22) Holmen, Ingunn Marie... OMAE (7-5) Holthe, Even A.... OMAE (7-7) Hong-yuan, Chen... OMAE (3-5) Hong, Jeong (J.K.)... OMAE (3-14) Hong, Seung Seo... OMAE (10-7) Hong, Wang... OMAE (6-7) Hong, Zhou... OMAE (1-4) Hongbin, Xu... OMAE (6-7) Hongyan, Ding... OMAE (9-18) Hopman, J.J... OMAE (1-3) Hopperstad, Odd Sture... OMAE (2-25) Horel, Boris... OMAE (6-11) Horn, Agnes Marie... OMAE (3-14) Horstman, Tobias... OMAE (8-22) Hossain, Kabir... OMAE (10-8) Hossain, Muhammad S.... OMAE (10-3),... OMAE (10-9) Hossain, Sayeed... OMAE (3-10) Hou, Peng... OMAE (6-22) Hou, Yucheng... OMAE (4-25),... OMAE (4-27) Houmard, Anne... OMAE (9-20) Houtani, Hidetaka... OMAE (6-24) Howe, Robert... OMAE (10-5) Howells, Hugh... OMAE (4-33) Høgsberg, Jan... OMAE (1-9) Hørte, Torfinn... OMAE (2-23),... OMAE (1-6) Hrnjak-Murgic, Zlata... OMAE (11-2) Hsu, Wei-ting... OMAE (9-13) Hu, An-kang... OMAE (6-3) Hu, Changhong... OMAE (12-9),... OMAE (9-16) Hu, Jianxin... OMAE (6-5) Hu, Pan... OMAE (5-1) Hu, Zhiqiang... OMAE (2-31),... OMAE (9-5) Huang, Chien-Hua... OMAE (2-33) Huang, Guoxing... OMAE (4-28) Huang, Hao... OMAE (1-19) Huang, Hao... OMAE (2-33) Huang, Jerry... OMAE (4-34) Huang, Shan... OMAE (4-15) Huang, Wenbo... OMAE (2-36),... OMAE (2-34) Hudak, Stephen Jr.... OMAE (3-8) Huera-Huarte, Francisco... OMAE (8-27) Hughes, Owen... OMAE (6-13) Huijsmans, Rene... OMAE (6-3),...OMAE (1-19), OMAE (1-17) Hung, Tin-Kan... OMAE (12-2) Huseby, Arne B.... OMAE (2-37) Hutchison, Emily K... OMAE (3-11) Hval, Morten... OMAE (3-2) Hwang, Oe-ju... OMAE (2-34) Hwang, Se Yun... OMAE (2-31) Hwang, Yun Suk... OMAE (11-4) Hympendahl, Ole... OMAE (2-44) Hyun Kim, Myung... OMAE (3-1) Iakovlev, Serguei... OMAE (6-15) Iannitti, Gianluca... OMAE (2-35) Ibekwe, Achinike... OMAE (2-36) Ibsen, Lars Bo... OMAE (10-9) Ichimiya, Katsuyuki... OMAE (3-5) Igi, Satoshi... OMAE (3-7) Igreja, Haroldo... OMAE (1-10) Iijima, Kazuhiro... OMAE (5-7),...OMAE (9-22), OMAE (5-7),... OMAE (5-7) Ikoma, Tomoki... OMAE (9-6),...OMAE (9-11), OMAE (5-6),...OMAE (5-5), OMAE (5-7),...OMAE (9-22), OMAE (5-7),... OMAE (5-7) Ilstad, Håvar... OMAE (2-25) Imtiaz, Syed... OMAE (2-43) Incecik, Atilla... OMAE (4-15) Inoue, Tomohiro... OMAE (3-5) Inoue, Tomoya... OMAE (8-26),... OMAE (5-1) Iob, Francesco... OMAE (4-25) Iseki, Toshio... OMAE (6-23) Ishida, Kei... OMAE (6-10) Ishida, Shigesuke... OMAE (9-8),...OMAE (9-25), OMAE (9-20),... OMAE (9-21) Ishii, Kimiko... OMAE (9-14) Ishikawa, Nobuyuki... OMAE (3-5) Islam, Mohammed... OMAE (6-5),...OMAE (1-1), OMAE (4-34) Islam, Nazrul... OMAE (1-8) Ismail, Nasrudin... OMAE (8-13) Iturrioz, Arantza... OMAE (9-15) Iwashita, Tsutomu... OMAE (3-11) Jacob, Breno... OMAE (1-12),...OMAE (1-9), OMAE (1-9),...OMAE (8-11), OMAE (8-11) Jacobsen, Sigurd R... OMAE (7-7) Jacobsen, Terje B.... OMAE (3-6) Jacovazzo, Bruno M.... OMAE (8-11),... OMAE (8-11) Jacquin, Erwan... OMAE (8-24) Jaeck, Christophe... OMAE (10-4) Jaiman, Rajeev K.... OMAE (8-13) Jakl, Sandra... OMAE (4-2) Jalali Mosalam, Bita... OMAE (1-4) Jang, Beom Seon... OMAE (2-31) Jang, Hyunchul... OMAE (8-9) Jang, Kibok... OMAE (2-27) Janson, Carl-Erik... OMAE (9-2) Janssen, Christian... OMAE (8-16) Janßen, Christian... OMAE (6-20) Janssen, Michael... OMAE (3-1),... OMAE (3-11) Javanmardi, Mohammadreza... OMAE (8-3) Javid, Khalid... OMAE (11-3) Jean, Philippe... OMAE (12-13) Jeans, Gus... OMAE (6-17),... OMAE (6-17) Jee, Sung-Hyun... OMAE (10-6) Jeng, Dong... OMAE (10-2) Jeng, Dong-Sheng... OMAE (10-8) Jensen, Jørgen Haavind... OMAE (5-3) Jensen, Østen... OMAE (5-4),... OMAE (5-3),...OMAE (5-3), OMAE (5-3) Jeon, Sangbae... OMAE (1-8) Jeong, Youn-Ju... OMAE (2-29),...OMAE (2-37), OMAE (2-29) Jhingran, Vikas... OMAE (8-26) Ji, Andy... OMAE (1-7) Jia, David... OMAE (8-17) Jian, Mo... OMAE (4-1) Jian, Zhang... OMAE (7-5) Jiang, Feng... OMAE (6-27) Jiang, Wei... OMAE (6-3) Jiang, X.... OMAE (2-27) Jiang, Zhiyong... OMAE (1-4) Jiang, Zhiyu... OMAE (9-25) Jianhua, Zhang... OMAE (2-40) Jiayu, Qian... OMAE (1-11),... OMAE (1-11) Jin, Guangqiu... OMAE (6-26) Jin, ShuCheng... OMAE (1-9) Jing, Xiaoning... OMAE (4-17) Jo, Chul Hee... OMAE (9-7),... OMAE (4-17) Jochmann, Peter... OMAE (7-4),...OMAE (7-2), OMAE (7-3),... OMAE (7-4) Joe-Joe, Chellakat... OMAE (4-20) Johannessen, Thomas B.... OMAE (2-18) Johanning, Lars... OMAE (2-40) Johansen, Atle... OMAE (1-4) John, Manoj... OMAE (4-14) Johnston, Carol... OMAE (3-10) 106

109 author index Johnstone, Daniel R... OMAE (8-17) Joia, Carlos... OMAE (3-11) Jonathan, Philip... OMAE (2-19),... OMAE (2-19) Jones, Oliver... OMAE (6-26) Jonkman, Jason... OMAE (9-13),...OMAE (9-8), OMAE (9-13),...OMAE (9-24), OMAE (9-25) Joo, Won-Ho... OMAE (6-12) Jordaan, Ian... OMAE (7-5),... OMAE (7-1) Juluri, Naresh... OMAE (4-39) Jung, Dongho... OMAE (4-17) Jung, Kwangjin... OMAE (9-14) Kabra, Saurabh... OMAE (3-10) Kaculi, Jim... OMAE (4-8),... OMAE (4-8) Kaeding, Patrick... OMAE (7-8) Kaihatu, James... OMAE (6-7) Kakihara, Shinichi... OMAE (3-5) Kalfagiannis, Nikolaos... OMAE (11-3) Kamath, Arun... OMAE (8-2),... OMAE (8-3) Kamenov, Anton... OMAE (11-4) Kan, Wan... OMAE (3-14),... OMAE (4-34) Kana, Austin... OMAE (8-21) Kanada, Shigeo... OMAE (4-34),... OMAE (5-1) Kaneda, Takayuki... OMAE (5-5) Kang, Zhuang... OMAE (8-20),... OMAE (8-12) Kanner, Samuel... OMAE (1-18) Kaouane, Ahcene... OMAE (11-13) Kara, Fuat... OMAE (8-27) Karamanos, Spyros A.... OMAE (4-12) Karampour, Hassan... OMAE (2-31) Karayaka, Metin... OMAE (8-20) Karimirad, Madjid... OMAE (9-25) Karjadi, Erwan... OMAE (4-14),... OMAE (4-20) Karmakar, Debabrata... OMAE (9-20),...OMAE (6-26), OMAE (2-40) Karpa, Oleh... OMAE (2-19) Karr, Dale G.... OMAE (9-22) Karreman, Annelise... OMAE (4-40) Karunakaran, Daniel... OMAE (4-22),... OMAE (4-10) Kasama, Kiyonobu... OMAE (10-7) Kashiwagi, Masashi... OMAE (12-11) Kassner, Chris... OMAE (4-1) Kasugai, Yasuo... OMAE (10-7),... OMAE (10-2) Kato, Naomi... OMAE (8-21) Kato, Satoshi... OMAE (5-2) Katsardi, Vasiliki... OMAE (6-22),... OMAE (6-25) Katsui, Tokihiro... OMAE (5-1) Kaufmann, Jan... OMAE (2-44) Kawai, Misako... OMAE (9-22) Kawakami, Tsukasa... OMAE (10-2) Kawamura, Kouki... OMAE (12-5) Kawamura, Takafumi... OMAE (9-22) Kawanaka, Toru... OMAE (3-5) Kay, Steve... OMAE (10-3) Kazangas, Dimitris C.... OMAE (1-12) Kennedy, Justin... OMAE (10-6) Kenny, Shawn... OMAE (4-20),...OMAE (4-13), OMAE (4-18),... OMAE (4-13) Kerhuel, Matthieu... OMAE (8-1) Kerkeni, Sofien... OMAE (7-3),...OMAE (7-4), OMAE (7-4) Keuning, Alex... OMAE (12-15) Khabakhpasheva, Tatyana... OMAE (12-7) Khadraoui, Sofiane... OMAE (11-13) Khalili, Hadi... OMAE (2-28) Khan, Faisal... OMAE (2-43) Khan, Rizwan... OMAE (2-34) Khedmati, Mohammad Reza... OMAE (2-38) Khemissa, Hocine... OMAE (11-3) Khodja, Mohamed... OMAE (11-13) Khowitar, Eid... OMAE (1-15) Kibbee, Steve... OMAE (9-4) Kibsgaard, Gustav... OMAE (1-11) Kii, Shotaro... OMAE (2-44) Kikuchi, Hiroki... OMAE (9-14) Kim, Bong Ju... OMAE (4-11) Kim, Byungcheol... OMAE (9-14) Kim, Do Kyun... OMAE (4-11) Kim, Dong Geun... OMAE (2-28) Kim, Dong Woo... OMAE (4-11) Kim, Dong-Joon... OMAE (10-6) Kim, Dong-Soo... OMAE (10-6) Kim, Dongkyoon... OMAE (1-8) Kim, Doyoub... OMAE (9-7),... OMAE (4-17) Kim, Eun Soo... OMAE (8-13),...OMAE (8-21), OMAE (8-21) Kim, Eungsoo... OMAE (9-18) Kim, Hyeonju... OMAE (4-17) Kim, Hyung-Taek... OMAE (6-12) Kim, Jang Whan... OMAE (8-9),...OMAE (8-7), OMAE (8-1) Kim, Jeong Hwan... OMAE (2-31) Kim, Jinkoo... OMAE (2-32) Kim, Jiwoon... OMAE (1-8) Kim, Joseph Moo-Hyun... OMAE (9-27) Kim, Jung-Hyun... OMAE (12-8) Kim, Kiju... OMAE (10-7) Kim, Kyong-Hwan... OMAE (12-12),... OMAE (12-8) Kim, Min Soo... OMAE (2-24) Kim, Sung-Hee... OMAE (5-1) Kim, Sung-Hoon... OMAE (6-12) Kim, Sungchan... OMAE (2-27),...OMAE (2-31), OMAE (2-28) Kim, Sunghan... OMAE (8-18) Kim, Tae-Hoon... OMAE (2-34) Kim, Yang Seop... OMAE (2-24) Kim, Yongwhan... OMAE (12-12),... OMAE (12-8) Kim, Yoo-Il... OMAE (12-8),... OMAE (2-31) Kim, Youngho... OMAE (10-9) Kim, Youngho... OMAE (2-28) Kim, YoungSeok... OMAE (10-7) Kimball, Richard... OMAE (9-13),... OMAE (9-3) Kimiaei, Mehrdad... OMAE (4-17) Kimura, Hideto... OMAE (3-5) King, Lisa... OMAE (4-40) King, Roger... OMAE (8-5) Kingston, Ed... OMAE (3-10) Kinnas, Spyros... OMAE (8-10) Kiosidou, Evangelia... OMAE (5-1) Kirkemo, Finn... OMAE (3-14) Kitarovic, Stanislav... OMAE (2-38) Kitazawa, Daisuke... OMAE (5-4) Kleiman, Jacob... OMAE (3-10) Klementieva, Nataliya Y.... OMAE (7-2) Kline, Brian L.... OMAE (9-1) Kluk, Daniel... OMAE (4-25) Kluwe, Florian... OMAE (6-1) Ko, Harrison... OMAE (1-15) Kobayashi, Ei-ichi... OMAE (6-25) Kobayashi, Marcelo... OMAE (1-15) Kobayashi, Ryohei... OMAE (3-11) Koenders, Eduardus... OMAE (11-7),... OMAE (11-7) Koh, Carolyn A.... OMAE (11-5) Kohan, Omid... OMAE (10-6) Kokubun, Kentaroh... OMAE (9-20) Kolchenko, Leonid V... OMAE (7-2),... OMAE (1-2) Komaki, Kanae... OMAE (5-2) Konate, Kara... OMAE (1-11) Kondo, Shunsuke... OMAE (5-2) Kondo, Takeo... OMAE (5-5) Kong, Jun... OMAE (6-26) Konispoliatis, Dimitrios... OMAE (12-13) Koo, Bonjun... OMAE (9-13) Koop, Arjen... OMAE (8-6),... OMAE (8-22) Korkischko, Ivan... OMAE (8-5) Kornishin, Konstantin... OMAE (7-2) Korobkin, Alexander... OMAE (12-7) Koshimura, Shunichi... OMAE (6-25) Koska, Ryan... OMAE (4-30) Koska, Ryan... OMAE (4-8),... OMAE (4-8) Kotronis, Panagiotis... OMAE (9-26) Kou, Yufeng... OMAE (1-18) Kovalenko, Roman G.... OMAE (7-3) Kovalyov, Maksym V.... OMAE (7-2),... OMAE (1-2) Kozawa, Keiji... OMAE (5-5) Kozen, Minori... OMAE (5-7) Kristensen, Claus... OMAE (4-16) Kristiansen, David... OMAE (5-3),... OMAE (5-4) Kristiansen, Trygve... OMAE (12-5),... OMAE (12-14) Kristoffersen, Martin... OMAE (2-25) Kristoffersen, Steinar... OMAE (4-16) Krueger, Stefan... OMAE (6-1) Kuang, Xiaofeng... OMAE (8-7) Kudla, Nicole... OMAE (6-19) Kudryavtsev, Yuri... OMAE (3-10) Kuehnlein, Walter... OMAE (7-1),... OMAE (7-8) Kuichen, Zhu... OMAE (4-1) Kumar, Dhiraj... OMAE (1-1) Kumazawa, Shintaro... OMAE (3-5) Kupresan, Darko... OMAE (11-7) Kuroda, Mariko... OMAE (12-12) Kurtz, Mark... OMAE (4-1) Kuru, Ergun... OMAE (8-4),... OMAE (8-4) Kvamstad, Beate... OMAE (7-7) Kvitrud, Arne... OMAE (1-20) Kwag, Daejin... OMAE (10-6) Kwietniewski, Carlos... OMAE (3-11) Kwon, Osoon... OMAE (10-6) Kwon, Sun Hong... OMAE (12-2) Kyo, Masanori... OMAE (8-26),... OMAE (2-15),... OMAE (4-25) Kyoung, Johyun... OMAE (1-14) Kyozuka, Yusaku... OMAE (9-16) Kyriakides, Stelios... OMAE (4-12),... OMAE (4-12) Labanca, Edson... OMAE (4-28) Lacerda, Thiago Angelo Gonçalves de OMAE (6-27) Lackner, Matthew A.... OMAE (9-24) Lacotte, Nicolas... OMAE (1-11) Lader, Pål... OMAE (5-3) Laface, Valentina... OMAE (9-15),... OMAE (2-17) Lagkaditi, Lydia... OMAE (11-1) Lambert, Luke A.... OMAE (2-22),... OMAE (2-22) Lambrakos, Kostas... OMAE (4-17),... OMAE (9-13) Lampe, Joerg... OMAE (2-35) Lamvik, Trond... OMAE (3-2) Lande, Øystein... OMAE (2-18) Langer, Markus... OMAE (8-2) Langseth, Magnus... OMAE (2-25) Lanin, Dmitry G.... OMAE (8-17) Lara, Javier L.... OMAE (8-24) Larsen, Carl Martin... OMAE (8-27),...OMAE (4-27), OMAE (8-17) author index 107

110 author index author index Lavieri, Rodrigo S.... OMAE (8-9) Lawson, Michael... OMAE (9-1) Le Boulluec, Marc... OMAE (9-20) Le Crom, Izan... OMAE (9-12),... OMAE (9-19) Le Cunff, Cédric... OMAE (8-28),...OMAE (8-20), OMAE (9-16),... OMAE (9-26) Le Floch, Sébastien... OMAE (12-4) Le Sourne, Hervé... OMAE (2-25) le Touzé, David... OMAE (8-1),...OMAE (8-16), OMAE (8-1) Leblond, Cedric... OMAE (6-15) Leboeuf, Francis... OMAE (8-1) Ledoux, alain... OMAE (6-8) Lee, Byeong Joon... OMAE (4-11) Lee, Chi-Fang... OMAE (2-33) Lee, Dong Kwon... OMAE (2-31) Lee, Du-Ho... OMAE (2-29),... OMAE (2-29) Lee, Fook Hou... OMAE (10-9) Lee, Heejun... OMAE (1-8) Lee, In-Hye... OMAE (1-19) Lee, Jaehoon... OMAE (12-12) Lee, Jang Hyun... OMAE (2-31) Lee, Jeongsoo... OMAE (3-1) Lee, Jin-Sun... OMAE (10-6) Lee, Kang Hee... OMAE (9-7) Lee, Kyungjae... OMAE (4-17) Lee, Li... OMAE (4-34) Lee, Man-Soo... OMAE (10-6) Lee, Sungho... OMAE (4-34) Lee, Yi-Der... OMAE (3-8) Lefevre, Charles... OMAE (8-9) Leggoe, Jeremy... OMAE (4-6),... OMAE (4-40) Legras, Jean-Luc... OMAE (8-28),... OMAE (4-10) Leira, Bernt... OMAE (5-4),...OMAE (9-26), OMAE (2-23) Lenhardt, Xavier... OMAE (8-6) Lenskyy, Victor F.... OMAE (1-2) Leon, Christopher... OMAE (6-9) Leroy, Clément... OMAE (8-16) Levold, Erik... OMAE (4-11),... OMAE (2-25) Lewis, Tony... OMAE (9-3),...OMAE (9-1), OMAE (9-15),... OMAE (9-1) Ley, Jens... OMAE (8-2) Li-yuan, Wang... OMAE (4-8) Li, Chenfeng... OMAE (4-1),...OMAE (2-27), OMAE (2-26),... OMAE (6-4) LI, Gang... OMAE (11-5),... OMAE (6-21) Li, Guohua... OMAE (6-5) Li, Henan... OMAE (4-22) Li, Huailiang... OMAE (6-15) Li, Hui... OMAE (2-17),... OMAE (9-26) Li, Jun... OMAE (6-9) Li, Li... OMAE (5-3) Li, Lin... OMAE (9-2),... OMAE (9-20) Li, Linbin... OMAE (2-38) Li, Ping... OMAE (2-38) Li, Qingping... OMAE (6-21),...OMAE (4-37), OMAE (4-37),... OMAE (11-13) Li, Sen... OMAE (11-2) Li, Songcheng... OMAE (4-33) Li, Xiaoyu... OMAE (2-17) Li, Xin... OMAE (6-3),...OMAE (1-14), OMAE (6-6),... OMAE (6-9) Li, Y.H.... OMAE (3-5) Li, Ye... OMAE (9-1) Li, Yile... OMAE (6-2) Liang, Chun... OMAE (1-7) Liang, Shuxiu... OMAE (6-12),... OMAE (6-12) Liang, Yong... OMAE (7-2) Liao, Kangping... OMAE (12-9) Lie, Halvor... OMAE (8-27),...OMAE (1-20), OMAE (8-5),... OMAE (8-5) Liew, M. Shahir... OMAE (6-10) Ligterink, T.M.... OMAE (1-3) Lim, Ho-Joon... OMAE (9-13) Lim, Serena... OMAE (1-23) Lim, Tze King... OMAE (4-30) Lima Junior, Mauro Henrique A.. OMAE (1-9) Lima, Beatriz S.L.P.... OMAE (1-9),... OMAE (8-11) Lima, Edison C.P.... OMAE (1-12) Lima, Jose Antonio Moreira... OMAE (6-14) Limaverde, José Oniram... OMAE (6-20) Lin, Jiajing... OMAE (11-4) Lin, Yi... OMAE (6-3) Lin, Yu-Hsien... OMAE (6-20) Lindenburg, Koert... OMAE (9-5) Linfeng, Song... OMAE (1-11),... OMAE (1-11) Ling-kang, JI... OMAE (3-5) Ling, Qi... OMAE (1-2) Lins, Erb... OMAE (8-15) Liu, Bin... OMAE (2-24),... OMAE (2-25) Liu, Chen... OMAE (9-16) Liu, Haixiao... OMAE (10-3) Liu, Hanlin... OMAE (6-4) Liu, Jianhui... OMAE (6-4) Liu, Junpeng... OMAE (6-5) Liu, Junyan... OMAE (3-6),... OMAE (3-6) Liu, Kun... OMAE (2-31) Liu, Lei... OMAE (7-1) Liu, Liqin... OMAE (6-13) Liu, Pengfei... OMAE (9-10) Liu, Weixing... OMAE (8-20) Liu, Wendi... OMAE (9-10) Liu, Xiang... OMAE (4-21) Liu, Xinshuai... OMAE (4-1) Liu, Yuan... OMAE (2-38) Liu, Zhigang... OMAE (4-1) Liu, Zhonghui... OMAE (1-7) Liwång, Hans... OMAE (2-44) Lobovsky, Libor... OMAE (8-1) Lodeho, Olivier... OMAE (1-11) Long, Nick... OMAE (4-10) Longva, Vegard... OMAE (4-40) Lopez Mendia, Joseba... OMAE (9-17) Lopez, Carlos... OMAE (9-14) Lorenz, Patrick... OMAE (9-3) Losada, Inigo J... OMAE (9-15),...OMAE (9-15), OMAE (8-24) Lotfollahi Yaghin, Mohammad Ali OMAE (2-21) Lotsberg, Inge... OMAE (2-30) Lourenço, Marcelo Igor... OMAE (4-13) Low, Han Eng... OMAE (4-15),... OMAE (4-15) Low, Ying Min... OMAE (2-39) Lønøy, Christian... OMAE (7-3) Løset, Sveinung... OMAE (7-3) Løvoll, Grunde... OMAE (7-6) Lu, Feng... OMAE (12-3) Lu, Fuqiang... OMAE (6-23) Lu, Haining... OMAE (1-14) Luan, Chenyu... OMAE (9-18) Ludvigsen, Arild... OMAE (12-2) Luff, Ian... OMAE (4-10) Lugni, Claudio... OMAE (12-11),... OMAE (12-7),...OMAE (9-18), OMAE (12-7) Lund, Bjørnar... OMAE (11-8) Luo, Hanbing... OMAE (6-15) Luo, Michael... OMAE (1-1) Luo, Weilin... OMAE (6-20),... OMAE (6-21) Luppes, Roel... OMAE (8-1) Ma, Chunli... OMAE (6-27) Ma, Juan... OMAE (6-5) Ma, Ming... OMAE (6-13) Ma, Ning... OMAE (2-18) Ma, Xiao-Zhou... OMAE (6-8),...OMAE (6-7), OMAE (6-2) Ma, Yu... OMAE (9-5) Ma, Yu-xiang... OMAE (6-8),...OMAE (6-7), OMAE (6-2),... OMAE (6-2) Macfarlane, Gregor... OMAE (6-3) Machado, Christiane... OMAE (2-28) Machado, Lucas... OMAE (6-6) Maciel, Pedro... OMAE (8-6) Macke, Michael... OMAE (1-6) MacKinnon, Scott... OMAE (2-43),... OMAE (2-43) Maconochie, Alasdair... OMAE (10-6) Madeley, Chris J.D... OMAE (4-39) Madureira, Rafael M.L.... OMAE (1-10) Maeda, Hisaaki... OMAE (9-6),... OMAE (9-11) Maeda, Katsuya... OMAE (6-10) Maeda, Nobuhiro... OMAE (5-2) Maes, Marc... OMAE (2-33),... OMAE (3-12) Magee, Allan... OMAE (8-13),...OMAE (8-7), OMAE (8-1) Magluta, Carlos... OMAE (4-22) Mahani, Roohlah... OMAE (2-37) Maisondieu, Christophe... OMAE (6-17) Malara, Giovanni... OMAE (9-23),...OMAE (9-15), OMAE (9-21) Malavasi, Stefano... OMAE (8-19),...OMAE (8-21), OMAE (8-22) Maleki, Sh.... OMAE (8-18) Malenica, Sime... OMAE (12-8) Mallahzadeh, H.... OMAE (2-23),...OMAE (2-22), OMAE (2-21) Mallon, Fionn... OMAE (9-9) Malta, Eduardo... OMAE (2-24),...OMAE (4-16), OMAE (1-1) Mandelli, Simone... OMAE (8-19),... OMAE (8-22) Manderbacka, Teemu... OMAE (12-7) Mannucci, Gianluca... OMAE (3-7) Manouchehri, Soheil... OMAE (4-39) Mansour, Alaa... OMAE (4-8),...OMAE (1-1), OMAE (1-2) Mantovano, Luciano... OMAE (4-12),... OMAE (4-12) Manuel, Lance... OMAE (9-18),... OMAE (9-18) Manzanal, Diego... OMAE (11-12) Mao, Wengang... OMAE (2-34) Marchenko, Nataliya... OMAE (7-5) Marchionni, Lorenzo... OMAE (4-11) Marcollo, Hayden... OMAE (8-17) Marimuthu, Ganesan Somasundaram OMAE (3-6) Marines, Israel... OMAE (4-25),... OMAE (3-14) Marino, Enzo... OMAE (9-18) Markus, Daniel... OMAE (2-29) Maroju, Soma... OMAE (6-9) Marongiu, Jean-Christophe... OMAE (8-1) Márquez-Domínguez, Sergio... OMAE (2-41) Marrone, Salvatore... OMAE (8-1) Martigny, Denis... OMAE (6-18) Martin, Alexis... OMAE (9-20) Martin, Bruce... OMAE (1-22) Martinez Mayorga, Joan Manuel... OMAE (2-32) 108

111 author index Martinez, Rodrigo... OMAE (1-10) Martins, Clovis... OMAE (2-24),...OMAE (4-16), OMAE (4-34) Masanobu, Sotaro... OMAE (5-2),...OMAE (4-34), OMAE (5-1) Masciola, Marco... OMAE (9-13) Masuda, Koichi... OMAE (9-6),...OMAE (9-11), OMAE (5-6),... OMAE (5-5) Masuda, Mitsuhiro... OMAE (5-6),... OMAE (5-5) Matanovic, Davorin... OMAE (11-2) Matha, Denis... OMAE (9-20),... OMAE (9-24) Mathisen, Jan... OMAE (2-23) Matin Nikoo, Hamid... OMAE (2-28) Matsuda, Kazuki... OMAE (3-2) Matsunaga, Naoki... OMAE (3-5) Matsuo, Miki Y.... OMAE (8-26) Matsuo, Seiji... OMAE (5-1) Matsuura, Midori... OMAE (5-7) Mattioli, Matteo... OMAE (6-19) Matusiak, Jerzy... OMAE (12-7) Mavrakos, S.A.... OMAE (12-13) May, Roland... OMAE (11-8),... OMAE (11-8) McConochie, Jason... OMAE (2-15) McDougal, William... OMAE (1-14) McGuinness, Edgar... OMAE (7-5) McKinnon, Colin... OMAE (7-3) McNab, John... OMAE (4-7) McNeill, Scot... OMAE (2-15),... OMAE (4-25) Mecozzi, Elisabetta... OMAE (4-25) Medonos, S.... OMAE (2-42) Mei, Haixia... OMAE (10-8) Mekha, Basim... OMAE (4-28) Meliga, Philippe... OMAE (8-28) Melis, Cécile... OMAE (12-13) Melliti, Nour A.... OMAE (8-21) Melve, Bjorn... OMAE (4-32) Mendes de Sousa, Fernando Jorge......OMAE (2-39), OMAE (2-39) Mendes de Sousa, José, R.... OMAE (10-9),...OMAE (4-36), OMAE (4-22) Mendes, José R.P.... OMAE (4-33) Mendes, Pedro L.F.... OMAE (4-10),... OMAE (8-12) Meneghini, Julio... OMAE (8-5) Menezes, Fabio... OMAE (1-17) Menon, Raghu... OMAE (8-10) Mentes, Ayhan... OMAE (1-3) Mercier, Richard... OMAE (12-3) Metrikin, Ivan... OMAE (7-3),...OMAE (7-4), OMAE (7-4) Miao rong, Zhang... OMAE (7-5) Miao, Quanming... OMAE (8-7) Michel, Josefine... OMAE (7-8) Michelin, Sebastien... OMAE (8-19) Miedema, Sape... OMAE (10-7),...OMAE (4-21), OMAE (10-10) Mienahou, Therard... OMAE (12-9),... OMAE (12-9) Mier-Torrecilla, Monica... OMAE (8-22) Miliante, Thiago... OMAE (1-14) Milititsky, Marcio... OMAE (3-12),... OMAE (3-10) Millan, James... OMAE (6-1) Mills, Darren... OMAE (4-8),... OMAE (4-8) Mills, Stephen... OMAE (1-11) Minami, Kiyokazu... OMAE (5-5) Minami, Yoshimasa... OMAE (9-25),... OMAE (9-21) Minguez, Matthieu... OMAE (8-28),... OMAE (8-4) Miralles Schleder, Adriana... OMAE (8-24) Mirauda, Domenica... OMAE (8-21) Mirzaee Sisan, Ali... OMAE (4-3) Mirzaeisefat, Sina... OMAE (9-7) Miska, Stefan Z.... OMAE (11-8) Miura, Kazuo... OMAE (4-33) Miyazaki, Eigo... OMAE (2-15),... OMAE (4-25) Miyazaki, Hideki... OMAE (1-16) Miyazaki, Michel R.... OMAE (1-10) Mizukami, Yoichi... OMAE (5-4) Mizumukai, Kentaro... OMAE (9-22) Mizutani, Norimi... OMAE (10-7) Moan, Torgeir... OMAE (9-5),...OMAE (9-2), OMAE (9-25),...OMAE (9-8), OMAE (9-18),...OMAE (9-21), OMAE (4-40),...OMAE (9-12), OMAE (9-12),... OMAE (9-20) Moe-Føre, Heidi... OMAE (5-4) Moe, Anders M... OMAE (9-9) Moe, Per Thomas... OMAE (3-6),... OMAE (3-6) Mohd Zaki, N.I.... OMAE (2-22),...OMAE (2-21), OMAE (2-23),...OMAE (2-21), OMAE (2-22),...OMAE (2-22), OMAE (2-22),... OMAE (2-21) Mohd, Mohd Hairil... OMAE (4-11) Mohr, Henning... OMAE (4-21) Moideen, Hisham... OMAE (1-1),... OMAE (6-11) Molin, Bernard... OMAE (8-28),...OMAE (8-20), OMAE (4-1),... OMAE (12-1) Molinari, Caterina... OMAE (4-11) Molta, Paul... OMAE (9-13) Molyneux, David... OMAE (6-1),...OMAE (7-1), OMAE (6-5) Monroy, Charles... OMAE (1-18) Monteiro, Bruno F.... OMAE (1-9) Moon, Dong Hyun... OMAE (3-1) Moon, Joong-Soo... OMAE (1-19) Moore, Philippa... OMAE (3-1) Mooroka, Celso... OMAE (4-33),... OMAE (8-11) Moratelli, Lázaro Jr... OMAE (1-10) Moreno, Rosângela B.Z.L.... OMAE (11-3) Morini, Rafael... OMAE (4-16) Morishita, Helio... OMAE (1-10) Morrison, James... OMAE (9-17) Morvan, Herve P... OMAE (8-28) Moslavac, Bojan... OMAE (11-2),... OMAE (11-2) Moslet, Per O.... OMAE (7-3),... OMAE (7-4) Mostafa gharabaghi, Ahmadreza OMAE (8-10) Mota-Solis, Noe... OMAE (3-14),... OMAE (3-6) Moura, Mario... OMAE (1-14) Mrakovcic, Tomislav... OMAE (12-12) Mucha, Philipp... OMAE (6-21) Muggiasca, Sara... OMAE (8-19) Muller, Bart... OMAE (8-9) Murai, Motohiko... OMAE (5-6),...OMAE (5-7), OMAE (9-22),...OMAE (5-7), OMAE (5-7) Murakami, Koji... OMAE (3-2) Murata, Kazuki... OMAE (5-6) Muren, Jan... OMAE (4-16) Murphy, Jimmy... OMAE (9-3) Musharraf, Mashrura... OMAE (2-43) Muskulus, Michael... OMAE (8-3),... OMAE (9-25) Muthanna, Chittiappa... OMAE (9-11) Mutsuda, Hidemi... OMAE (9-10) Myrhaug, Dag... OMAE (9-26) Myskja Lien, Andreas... OMAE (5-4) Myung Lee, Jae... OMAE (3-1) Naciri, Mamoun... OMAE (1-18) Naess, Arvid... OMAE (2-19),... OMAE (2-39) Nagalakunta, Raveendra Reddy. OMAE (4-18) Nagamine, Atsushi... OMAE (5-6) Nair, Sajith B.... OMAE (1-7) Naito, Clay J.... OMAE (1-15) Najafian, G.... OMAE (2-22),...OMAE (2-21), OMAE (2-23),...OMAE (2-21), OMAE (2-22),...OMAE (2-22), OMAE (2-22),... OMAE (2-21) Nakajima, Yasuharu... OMAE (5-2),... OMAE (5-1) Nakamichi, Haruo... OMAE (3-5) Nakamoto, Yusuke... OMAE (5-2) Nakamura, Jun... OMAE (3-4),... OMAE (4-30) Nakamura, Takuju... OMAE (9-22) Nakamura, Tetsuya... OMAE (2-33) Nakamura, Tomoaki... OMAE (10-7) Nakamura, Yasunori... OMAE (9-11) Nakatani, Naoki... OMAE (5-2) Naseri, Masoud... OMAE (2-43) Nasution, Fachri... OMAE (4-25) Natarajan, Anand... OMAE (2-41) Natvig, Bent... OMAE (2-37) Nava, Raul... OMAE (10-1) Nava, Vincenzo... OMAE (9-5),... OMAE (9-23) Nazarali, Qays... OMAE (3-2) Nazari, Masoud... OMAE (2-38) Nennie, Erik D.... OMAE (8-4) Nestegård, Arne... OMAE (12-14),... OMAE (2-18) Nestleroth, Bruce... OMAE (3-12) Nestor, Ruairi... OMAE (4-36) Netto, Theodoro A.... OMAE (2-45),...OMAE (4-13), OMAE (4-18) Neu, Wayne L.... OMAE (12-11),... OMAE (8-8) Neumann, Nicolas... OMAE (2-30) Newborn, David... OMAE (12-8) Nezamian, Abe... OMAE (2-28) Nguyen, Hieu Huy... OMAE (9-18) Nguyen, Vinh-Tan... OMAE (6-5) Nho, In Sik... OMAE (2-31) Ni, Shaoyu... OMAE (12-14) Ni, Yongyan... OMAE (8-5) Nicholas, Joanna... OMAE (3-1) Nicholls-Lee, Rachel... OMAE (9-24),...OMAE (9-4), OMAE (9-9),... OMAE (9-7) Nicoll, Ryan... OMAE (4-7) Nielsen, Ulrik D.... OMAE (6-23) Nihei, Yasunori... OMAE (5-7),...OMAE (9-22), OMAE (5-7),... OMAE (5-7) Nikles, Marc... OMAE (3-9) Nimura, Tadashi... OMAE (9-25),... OMAE (9-20) Ning, Xinguo... OMAE (2-25) Nishida, Tomoya... OMAE (6-18) Nishimoto, Kazuo... OMAE (8-2) Nishino, Takafumi... OMAE (9-4) Niwa, Toshio... OMAE (3-2) Nogueira Machado, Bruno... OMAE (12-4) Nonaka, Keiji... OMAE (5-6) Nott, Phil... OMAE (4-7) Nour El-Din, Mohamed... OMAE (2-32) Novelli, Paolo... OMAE (3-5) Nurwanto, Tomy... OMAE (4-10) Nwogu, Okey... OMAE (12-16) Nybø, Terje... OMAE (1-20) O Sullivan, Dara... OMAE (9-3) O Connor, Michael... OMAE (9-15) O Loughlin, Conleth... OMAE (10-3),... OMAE (10-3) author index 109

112 author index author index O Mahoney, Tom S.D.... OMAE (8-4) O Reilly, Christopher... OMAE (9-2) O sullivan, Jim... OMAE (1-14),... OMAE (4-17) O Sullivan, Keith... OMAE (9-3) Oakley, Owen, Jr.... OMAE (8-8),...OMAE (8-7), OMAE (8-17) Oazen, Eduardo... OMAE (4-11),... OMAE (4-11) Oberhagemann, Jan... OMAE (8-2),...OMAE (12-9), OMAE (12-8) Odi, Uchenna... OMAE (11-1) Oger, Guillaume... OMAE (8-1),...OMAE (9-7), OMAE (8-16) Oh, Kyoung-Gun... OMAE (12-10) Oh, Myounghak... OMAE (10-6) Oh, Yeong-Tae... OMAE (2-34),... OMAE (2-31) Ohana, Jérémy... OMAE (9-20) Ohata, Mitsuru... OMAE (3-7) Ohsawa, Teruo... OMAE (6-2) Ohya, Yuji... OMAE (9-16) Oi, Kenji... OMAE (3-7) Oka, Hideyuki... OMAE (5-2) Okabe, Takatoshi... OMAE (3-5) Okaya, Katsunori... OMAE (5-1) Okayama, Shinya... OMAE (5-7) Okeremi, Akinyemi... OMAE (8-10) Okland, Ole David... OMAE (9-14) Olabode, Abiola... OMAE (11-12) Olagnon, Michel... OMAE (2-14),...OMAE (2-14), OMAE (2-14),... OMAE (2-14) Oliphant, John... OMAE (4-6),... OMAE (10-6) Oliveira, Allan C.... OMAE (1-8),...OMAE (1-10), OMAE (1-1),... OMAE (1-17) Oliveira, Jose Renato... OMAE (10-5) Oma, Narve... OMAE (6-11) Ommani, Babak... OMAE (12-10) Omori, Hikaru... OMAE (9-6) Omori, Tetsuya... OMAE (3-2) Ong, Muk Chen... OMAE (9-26),... OMAE (8-3) Onishi, Yosuke... OMAE (5-2),... OMAE (5-2) Onorato, Miguel... OMAE (2-16) Ookubo, Hiroshi... OMAE (9-8) Orsak, John... OMAE (4-33) Ortega-Estrada, Cesar... OMAE (2-35) Ortega, Arturo... OMAE (4-27) Ortiz, Luiza de Mesquita... OMAE (1-15) Ortolani, Matteo... OMAE (3-5) Osawa, Hiroyuki... OMAE (9-6) Osawa, Naoki... OMAE (2-34),... OMAE (2-33) Osborne, Alfred R.... OMAE (2-16) Ose, Grethe O.... OMAE (7-7) Otmanine, Ghazi... OMAE (11-5) Ottens, Harald... OMAE (8-6) Ouabbas, Yamina... OMAE (11-5) Oumeraci, Hocine... OMAE (10-2) Owen, John S... OMAE (8-28) Ozbayoglu, Evren M.... OMAE (11-8) Ozkan, Istemi F... OMAE (3-7) Ozsu, Erdem... OMAE (10-4) Øren, Einar... OMAE (4-32) Paik, Jeom Kee... OMAE (4-11),...OMAE (2-24), OMAE (8-24) Pakkan, Meric... OMAE (7-8) Pan, Zhi-Yuan... OMAE (12-12),... OMAE (12-2) Pang, Weixin... OMAE (11-5),... OMAE (6-21) Panicker, Nikhil... OMAE (8-26),... OMAE (4-30) Pans, Sonja... OMAE (9-1) Paravicini Bagliani, Emanuele... OMAE (3-5) Park, Dong-Min... OMAE (12-12) Park, Hongrae... OMAE (8-19),...OMAE (8-13), OMAE (8-21) Park, Jae-Hyun... OMAE (2-37) Park, Min-Su... OMAE (2-29),...OMAE (2-37), OMAE (2-29) Park, Moon-Kyu... OMAE (1-19) Park, Sung Gun... OMAE (2-31) Park, Taehyo... OMAE (4-17) Park, Taeyoon... OMAE (2-27) Park, YC... OMAE (1-1) Park, Yung-Ho... OMAE (10-6) Parker, Eric J.... OMAE (10-6) Parkinson, Richard... OMAE (9-4) Parman, Setyamartana... OMAE (6-10) Parsinejad, Farzan... OMAE (4-1) Pascali, Raresh... OMAE (8-13),... OMAE (3-12) Pasic, Borivoje... OMAE (11-2) Pasqualino, Ilson... OMAE (4-13),...OMAE (2-38), OMAE (2-29) Passano, Elizabeth... OMAE (8-27) Patrice, Woerther... OMAE (10-1) Paulsen, Bo Terp... OMAE (12-16) Paulson, Steve... OMAE (8-1) Pauw, Willemijn... OMAE (6-24) Pavlyk, Vitaliy... OMAE (4-12) Peiffer, Antoine... OMAE (8-7),... OMAE (1-22) Pelcastre-Gaitan, Mauricio... OMAE (3-6) Pelerin, Jean-Luc... OMAE (8-15) Pelletier, Dominique... OMAE (8-14),... OMAE (8-19) Peng, Bo... OMAE (2-18) Peng, Tao... OMAE (1-19),... OMAE (6-3) Peng, Yuxuan... OMAE (9-10) Peng, Zhong... OMAE (1-23) Perdrix, Frederic... OMAE (9-11) Perdrizet, Timothée... OMAE (9-16),... OMAE (9-26) Pereira, Adriano A.P.... OMAE (8-9) Pereira, Felipe R.... OMAE (8-12) Pereira, Jean-Michel... OMAE (11-12) Pereiras, Bruno... OMAE (9-23) Perera, Lokukaluge P.... OMAE (6-10) Perez Moran, Germán... OMAE (9-21) Perignon, Yves... OMAE (9-12) Pesce, Celso... OMAE (2-24),... OMAE (8-12) Petersen, Ole S.... OMAE (9-1) Pétrié, François... OMAE (8-20),... OMAE (4-1) Peultier, Jerome... OMAE (1-13) Phan, Van Trung... OMAE (4-2) Philippe, Maxime... OMAE (9-26),... OMAE (9-27) Pichler, Torben... OMAE (10-10) Piehl, Henry... OMAE (8-8) Pillet, Baptiste... OMAE (4-10) Pimenta, Paulo... OMAE (4-34) Pinheiro, Bianca... OMAE (4-13),... OMAE (2-38) Pinkster, Johannes... OMAE (12-15) Pinna, Rodney... OMAE (8-13) Piran Aghl, Payam... OMAE (1-15) Piric, Karlo... OMAE (2-38) Piriou, Loïc... OMAE (9-16),... OMAE (9-26) Pisarski, Henryk G... OMAE (3-11) Pizzigalli, Claudia... OMAE (6-14) Placidi, Marco... OMAE (5-1) Podryabinkin, Evgeny... OMAE (11-8) Politis, Gerasimos... OMAE (6-19) Poll, Philip... OMAE (8-7) Pontaza, Juan... OMAE (8-10) Popelar, Carl... OMAE (3-9) Porter, K.... OMAE (6-25) Potter, Jason... OMAE (4-39) Potty, Gopu... OMAE (9-2) Pouraria, Hassan... OMAE (8-24) Powell, Sabine... OMAE (4-40) Prado, Marcílio P.... OMAE (4-10) Prasetyo, Fredhi Agung... OMAE (2-34) Previsic, Mirko... OMAE (9-1) Prevosto, Marc... OMAE (2-14),...OMAE (2-14), OMAE (2-14),... OMAE (2-14) Prior, David... OMAE (12-14) Prislin, Igor... OMAE (6-9) Prowell, Ian... OMAE (9-13) Prpic-Orsic, Jasna... OMAE (12-4),... OMAE (12-12), OMAE (12-11) Pu, Yongchang... OMAE (2-36) Purcell, Kevin... OMAE (4-33) Puthiyaparambath, Vinod... OMAE (4-14) Puyang, Ping... OMAE (11-4) Puyang, Zhang... OMAE (9-18) Qi, Tao... OMAE (4-33) Qian, Miao-hua... OMAE (2-36) Qian, Roger... OMAE (4-17) Qin, Jiangxuan... OMAE (2-27) Qin, Wei... OMAE (8-20),... OMAE (8-12) Qiu, Gang... OMAE (10-5) Qiu, Lun... OMAE (4-34) Qiu, Wei... OMAE (12-14) Quartly, G.D.... OMAE (6-9) Quéau, Lucile M.... OMAE (4-17) Queija de Siqueira, Marcos... OMAE (2-39) Queiroz Filho, Asdrubal N.... OMAE (1-15),... OMAE (6-18) Quéméner, Yann... OMAE (2-33) Queutey, Patrick... OMAE (8-6) Quiniou-Ramus, Valérie... OMAE (6-17),... OMAE (6-9) Quinlan, Nathan... OMAE (8-1) Quintanilla-Carmona, Hector Manuel......OMAE (4-25), OMAE (3-14),... OMAE (3-6) Qun, Yin... OMAE (7-5) Quondamatteo, Federico... OMAE (6-19) Raaijmakers, Tim... OMAE (1-23) Radonjic, Mileva... OMAE (11-7),... OMAE (11-12) Rafiee, Ashkan... OMAE (1-23),... OMAE (6-6) Raghavan, Kamaldev... OMAE (8-20) Rahman, Aziz... OMAE (8-4) Rahuma, Khulud... OMAE (11-2) Raigorodsky, Jacques... OMAE (1-14) Rains, Wes... OMAE (1-7) Rajaona, Dominique... OMAE (6-16) Rajendran, Suresh... OMAE (2-20) Rajic, Marin... OMAE (9-23) Ralph, Freeman... OMAE (7-5) Raman, R.... OMAE (2-42) Ramanakoto, Toky... OMAE (6-16) Ramos Martins, Marcelo... OMAE (8-24) Ramos, Roberto... OMAE (9-8) Ran, Heng... OMAE (9-2) Randell, David... OMAE (2-19) Randolph, Mark... OMAE (4-17),... OMAE (10-3) Ranjbar, Pooya... OMAE (2-28) Rao, Zhibiao... OMAE (8-26) Rasch, Peter... OMAE (9-1) Rathje, Helge... OMAE (2-44),... OMAE (8-2) Ratnayake, R.M. Chandima... OMAE (3-12),...OMAE (2-43), OMAE (3-9),... OMAE (3-6) Ravet, Fabien... OMAE (3-9) Raymond, Jeremie... OMAE (6-18) Reda, Ahmed... OMAE (4-40) 110

113 author index Reich, Matthias... OMAE (11-13) Reichel, Thilo... OMAE (4-12) Reimer, Nils... OMAE (7-6) Reinås, Lorents... OMAE (1-6) Reinholdtsen, Svein-Arne... OMAE (2-35) Reite, Karl Johan... OMAE (5-3) Reliquet, Gabriel... OMAE (8-24),... OMAE (6-8) Ren, Bing... OMAE (6-27) Ren, HuiLong... OMAE (2-36),...OMAE (2-17), OMAE (2-27),...OMAE (2-26), OMAE (6-4) Renard, Philippe... OMAE (2-41) Renck, Tiago... OMAE (3-11) Renilson, Martin R.... OMAE (8-3),... OMAE (6-3) Renzi, Emiliano... OMAE (9-23),... OMAE (12-13) Restelli, Andrea... OMAE (4-11) Resvanis, Themis... OMAE (8-17) Reynaud, Emmanuel... OMAE (9-9) Rezanejad, Kourosh... OMAE (9-19) Rezazadeh, Kosar... OMAE (4-15) Rezende, Flavia... OMAE (1-17) Rhee, Hee Chong... OMAE (3-7) Rheem, Chang-Kyu... OMAE (8-26),... OMAE (9-11) Rho, Yuho... OMAE (9-7),... OMAE (4-17) Ribeiro, Elton... OMAE (4-28) Ribeiro, Eric Oliveira... OMAE (6-14) Ribeiro, Jonatas... OMAE (4-10) Ricardo, Luiz Carlos... OMAE (2-32) Ricci, Pierpaolo... OMAE (9-21),... OMAE (9-17) Richardson, Daniel... OMAE (9-19) Richichi, Alessandro... OMAE (2-40) Riggs, H. Ronald... OMAE (1-15) Rigo, Philippe... OMAE (2-25),... OMAE (2-38) Rijken, Oriol... OMAE (1-2),... OMAE (1-22) Rijpkema, Douwe... OMAE (8-22) Rikhy, Atul... OMAE (1-4) Ring, Scott... OMAE (9-3) Ringsberg, Jonas W.... OMAE (2-34),... OMAE (2-44) Rippol, Thierry... OMAE (8-20),... OMAE (4-1) Rivera, Ausberto... OMAE (4-27) Roberts, Graeme... OMAE (4-3),... OMAE (4-20) Robertson, Amy N.... OMAE (9-13),...OMAE (9-13), OMAE (9-24),... OMAE (9-25) Robertson, Ian N.... OMAE (6-26) Robinson, Brent... OMAE (10-4) Rocha, Djalene M.... OMAE (8-11) Rochat, Etienne... OMAE (3-9) Rochinha, Fernando... OMAE (1-17),... OMAE (8-15) Rodda, Krishna K.... OMAE (2-27) Roddier, Dominique... OMAE (8-7),... OMAE (1-22) Rodrigues, Marcos... OMAE (4-14) Rodríguez, Claudio... OMAE (1-14) Roitman, Ney... OMAE (4-22) Romazzotti, Henri... OMAE (1-13) Romolo, Alessandra... OMAE (9-15),... OMAE (9-21) Rongère, François... OMAE (6-16) Roques, Jean-Philippe... OMAE (1-13) Rosen, Jeremy... OMAE (8-17) Rosetti, Guilherme... OMAE (8-18),...OMAE (8-22), OMAE (8-9),... OMAE (8-15) Rouhan, Antoine... OMAE (2-41) Rousset, Jean-Marc... OMAE (9-27),... OMAE (6-11) Roux, Yann... OMAE (1-18) Roy, Andre... OMAE (4-7) Roy, Sanjit... OMAE (11-13) Rubinstein, David... OMAE (8-13) Ruchiga, Taina Silva... OMAE (6-14) Ruckman, Paul... OMAE (10-1) Rudolph, Christina... OMAE (10-4) Rudyak, Valery... OMAE (11-8) Ruf, Diane... OMAE (2-42) Ruggeri, Felipe... OMAE (9-14) Ruggiero, Andrew... OMAE (2-35) Ruiz-Andrade, Eduardo... OMAE (3-6) Ruiz, Joao... OMAE (2-32) Rung, Thomas... OMAE (6-20) Runpei, Li... OMAE (5-3),... OMAE (1-20) Russo, Massimiliano... OMAE (1-6),...OMAE (4-30), OMAE (8-5),... OMAE (8-5) Ryu, Cheolho... OMAE (2-28) Ryu, Shinchiku... OMAE (1-21) Ryu, Yonguk... OMAE (12-2) Saadat, Yalda... OMAE (1-16) Saadati, Meysam... OMAE (10-9) Saasen, Arild... OMAE (11-8),... OMAE (11-8) Saber Khodja, Malika... OMAE (11-13) Saberi, Reza... OMAE (2-28) Sabodash, Olga A.... OMAE (7-3),... OMAE (8-17) Saeki, Hotsuma... OMAE (5-7) Saevik, Svein... OMAE (4-22),...OMAE (4-40), OMAE (4-25) Safdari Shadloo, Mostafa... OMAE (8-3) Sagrilo, Luis Volnei... OMAE (10-9),...OMAE (2-39), OMAE (2-39) Sahlberg-Nielsen, Lasse... OMAE (9-22) Said, Samer... OMAE (11-5) Sainte-Rose, Bruno... OMAE (8-6) Saito, Masakatsu... OMAE (6-10) Sakagami, Norimitsu... OMAE (6-13) Sakaguchi, Hide... OMAE (8-26) Sakimoto, Takahiro... OMAE (3-7) Salama, Mamdouh... OMAE (3-12) Salberg, Bjarne... OMAE (3-6) Saldana, David... OMAE (4-3),... OMAE (2-39) Salvação, Nádia Carina Pereira... OMAE (9-2) Salvatore, Francesco... OMAE (8-6) Samarakoon, Samindi... OMAE (3-9),... OMAE (3-6) Sambodho, Kriyo... OMAE (2-43) Sanaati, Bijan... OMAE (8-21) Sanchez, Miren Josune... OMAE (9-21) Sannino, Gianmaria... OMAE (9-15) Sant, Tonio... OMAE (9-16) Santo, Harrif... OMAE (5-1) Santoro, Anita... OMAE (2-16) Santos Neves, Marcelo de almeida OMAE (8-3),... OMAE (12-7) Santos, Fabrício... OMAE (3-11) Santos, Fernando P.... OMAE (6-10),... OMAE (2-41) Santos, Hugo A.F.A.... OMAE (6-15) Saraswat, Rajil... OMAE (4-3) Sarkar, Dripta... OMAE (9-23) Sarmento, Antonio J.N.A.... OMAE (9-8),... OMAE (9-20) Saruhashi, Tomokazu... OMAE (2-15),... OMAE (4-25) Sasa, Kenji... OMAE (6-2) Satish, Mysore G.... OMAE (11-1) Sato, Akio... OMAE (3-5) Sato, Fumiya... OMAE (5-7) Sato, Hiroshi... OMAE (6-10) Sato, Iku... OMAE (9-8),... OMAE (9-20) Sato, Marcel... OMAE (4-16) Sato, Shuichi... OMAE (3-5) Satyaraj, Joe-Joe Chellakat... OMAE (4-14) Sauder, Thomas... OMAE (12-5) Saulnier, Jean-Baptiste... OMAE (6-14),...OMAE (9-12), OMAE (9-19) Savenije, Feike... OMAE (9-5) Sawada, Ikuo... OMAE (2-15),... OMAE (4-25) Sawamura, Junji... OMAE (2-33) Sazonov, Kirill E.... OMAE (10-2),... OMAE (7-2) Scharnke, Jule... OMAE (6-24) Schay, Julius... OMAE (9-19) Schechter, David S.... OMAE (11-4) Schellin, Thomas... OMAE (2-44),... OMAE (8-2) Schiller, Rafael... OMAE (1-12),... OMAE (8-27) Schløer, Signe... OMAE (12-16) Schlütter, Flemming... OMAE (9-22) Schmied, Steven A.... OMAE (6-3) Schmittner, Christian... OMAE (9-12),... OMAE (6-24) Schoefs, Franck... OMAE (1-5),... OMAE (1-5) Schulz, Anne... OMAE (11-13) Schuon, Frieder... OMAE (9-20) Sclavounos, Paul D... OMAE (9-5),... OMAE (12-16) Scott, Colin Stuart... OMAE (3-4),... OMAE (4-30) Seah, Robert... OMAE (8-8) Seaton, Cris T.... OMAE (6-15) Sedaaghi, Mohammad hossein OMAE (8-10) Seidel, Jurgen... OMAE (9-12) Senra, Stael Ferreira... OMAE (6-27) Seo, Jung Kwan... OMAE (4-11),... OMAE (8-24) Seo, Min-Guk... OMAE (12-12) Serebrinsky, Santiago... OMAE (4-12),... OMAE (4-12) Serpoushan, Nima... OMAE (6-17) Serre, Eric... OMAE (8-28) Sevillano, Lucas C.... OMAE (4-33) Shademan, Steven... OMAE (3-4) Shah, Adit Sanjay... OMAE (9-24) Shahvaghar-Asl, S.... OMAE (8-18) Shainee, Mohamed... OMAE (5-4) Shamsuzzaman, Md... OMAE (11-1) Shan, Shiliang... OMAE (6-19) Shan, Tiebing... OMAE (1-18) Shao, Yan-Lin... OMAE (12-1) Shchemelinin, Leonid G.... OMAE (10-2) Sheldrake, Terry... OMAE (4-25) Sheldrake, Terry... OMAE (4-7),...OMAE (4-36), OMAE (4-32),... OMAE (4-16) Shen, Keli... OMAE (6-4) Shen, Qiang... OMAE (1-2) Shen, Wenwen... OMAE (4-6),... OMAE (4-6) Sheng, Wanan... OMAE (9-3) Shengnan, Liu... OMAE (1-11) Sherman, Dennis... OMAE (1-11) Shi, Han... OMAE (4-2) Shi, Hongda... OMAE (4-21) Shibata, Hajime... OMAE (9-14) Shigunov, Vladimir... OMAE (8-2),...OMAE (12-9), OMAE (12-8),... OMAE (12-15) Shih, Ping-Chang... OMAE (1-16) Shim, Edwin... OMAE (4-6) Shimamura, Junji... OMAE (3-7) Shimazu, Mitsuru... OMAE (5-2) Shimizu, Hiroki... OMAE (5-4) author index 111

114 author index author index Shin, Hyun-Soo... OMAE (1-19) Shin, Hyunkyoung... OMAE (9-14) Shin, Yung-Sup... OMAE (3-8) Shiotani, Shigeaki... OMAE (6-2),... OMAE (1-21) Shires, Andrew... OMAE (9-16) Shitamoto, Hidenori... OMAE (4-20) Shu, Xiejun... OMAE (6-22) Sicilia, Carmelo Luca... OMAE (6-27) Sidarta, Djoni... OMAE (1-11),... OMAE (8-26) Siddiqui, Atif... OMAE (12-7) Siegel, Stefan... OMAE (9-12) Sigrist, Jean-Francois... OMAE (6-15) Silva L., Loureiro... OMAE (4-18) Silva, Carlos E.... OMAE (1-17) Silva, Danilo Machado L.... OMAE (4-14) Silva, Dennis W.R.... OMAE (2-45) Silva, Osvaldo Pinheiro de Souza OMAE (2-29) Silva, Ronaldo... OMAE (4-12),...OMAE (4-12), OMAE (4-12) SilvaNeto, Severino Fonseca... OMAE (1-15),... OMAE (2-29) Silveira, Lauro... OMAE (4-27) Sim, Woo-Seung... OMAE (1-19) Simoes Re, Antonio... OMAE (7-7) Simons, R.R.... OMAE (6-25) Simos, Alexandre N.... OMAE (9-14),... OMAE (6-18) Singh, Jitendra... OMAE (6-16),... OMAE (12-13) Sireta, François-Xavier... OMAE (12-8) Siriwardane, S.A.S.C... OMAE (3-6) Sirnivas, Senu... OMAE (9-22) Siyu, Zhang... OMAE (9-18) Skalle, Pål... OMAE (11-8) Skeie, Geir... OMAE (12-3) Skejic, Renato... OMAE (12-10) Skjaveland, Helge... OMAE (4-7) Skjetne, Roger... OMAE (6-3) Slabiak, Peter... OMAE (9-22) Slagstad, Dag... OMAE (7-6) Slater, Kenneth... OMAE (11-13) Sloan, E. Dendy... OMAE (11-5) Slocum, Scott... OMAE (8-5) Small, Graham... OMAE (2-43) Smeets, Paul... OMAE (1-11) Smienk, Henk... OMAE (4-14) Smilenko, Volodimir... OMAE (3-10) Smith, Richard... OMAE (9-3) Smith, Simon... OMAE (3-10),... OMAE (2-39) Smulders, F.E.H.M.... OMAE (1-3) Smyth, John... OMAE (4-36) Sogihara, Naoto... OMAE (12-12) Solano, Rafael... OMAE (4-11),...OMAE (4-11), OMAE (4-14),... OMAE (4-12) Solland, Gunnar... OMAE (2-30),... OMAE (2-37) Somayajula, Abhilash... OMAE (6-11) Song, Huimin... OMAE (9-22),... OMAE (9-25) Song, Keun-Bok... OMAE (6-12) Song, Ruxin... OMAE (8-12) Song, Youn Kyung... OMAE (12-2) Song, Zhiyao... OMAE (6-23) Sotoudeh, Kasra... OMAE (3-10) Soulard, Thomas... OMAE (9-27) Souto-Iglesias, Antonio... OMAE (9-14),... OMAE (12-4) Sødahl, Nils... OMAE (4-17),...OMAE (4-16), OMAE (1-9) Søreide, Tore H.... OMAE (9-26) Sørensen, Jacob Tornfeldt... OMAE (6-18) Sørensen, John D.... OMAE (2-41),... OMAE (2-41) Spagnoli, Giovanni... OMAE (10-4) Spanos, Pol... OMAE (2-40) Spencer, Don... OMAE (7-1),...OMAE (1-1), OMAE (8-20),... OMAE (4-34) Sphaier, Sergio... OMAE (1-8),... OMAE (1-15) Spinazze, Maurizio... OMAE (4-11) Spritzer, Jared... OMAE (8-10) Srinath, Vishruth... OMAE (6-10) Srinil, Narakorn... OMAE (8-18),...OMAE (8-28), OMAE (8-12),... OMAE (8-21) Srinivasan, Nagan... OMAE (5-6) Sriskandarajah, T.... OMAE (4-3),... OMAE (4-20) Srivastava, Ashok... OMAE (11-1) Stacey, Alexander... OMAE (3-10) Stadie-Frohboes, Gundula... OMAE (2-35) Stange, Ivar... OMAE (2-23) Stanislas, P.O.... OMAE (10-1) Stansberg, Carl Trygve... OMAE (9-14),... OMAE (1-17) Steen, Sverre... OMAE (6-3) Steinke, Dean... OMAE (4-7) Stenersen, Dag... OMAE (7-6) Stensgaard Toft, Henrik... OMAE (2-41) Stetson, Peter... OMAE (8-10) Stewart, Gordon... OMAE (9-24) Stoltenkamp, Petra... OMAE (12-10) Storhaug, Gaute... OMAE (6-15),... OMAE (6-11) Støle-Hentschel, Susanne... OMAE (7-3),... OMAE (7-4) Straka, William A.... OMAE (9-1) Strauss, Heike... OMAE (11-13) Strohaecker, Telmo... OMAE (3-11) Stroo, Ko... OMAE (8-9) Stuyts, Bruno... OMAE (10-8),...OMAE (10-4), OMAE (10-6) Sueyoshi, Makoto... OMAE (9-16),... OMAE (12-5) Suh, Yongsuk... OMAE (2-27) Sui, Titi... OMAE (10-8) Sum, Amadeu K.... OMAE (11-5) Sun, Fujie... OMAE (6-21) Sun, Hua... OMAE (4-27) Sun, Huanxiang... OMAE (2-26) Sun, Hui... OMAE (12-16),... OMAE (2-20) Sun, Jason... OMAE (4-2) Sun, Jie... OMAE (4-21) Sun, Jiulong... OMAE (1-1) Sun, Ke... OMAE (2-40) Sun, Keli... OMAE (4-15) Sun, Liping... OMAE (1-11),...OMAE (1-11), OMAE (8-12),...OMAE (2-20), OMAE (4-22) Sun, Xiushan... OMAE (8-13) Sun, Zhaochen... OMAE (6-12),... OMAE (6-12) Sundaravadivelu, R... OMAE (5-6) Suzuki, Hideyuki... OMAE (5-7),...OMAE (9-14), OMAE (8-16) Suzuki, Shinichi... OMAE (3-5) Swanek, Doug... OMAE (4-12) Swearingen, Sean F.... OMAE (3-9) Syarief Arief, Irfan... OMAE (2-45) Szwalek, Jamison... OMAE (8-5) Ta, An-Ninh... OMAE (10-4) Taghipour, Ali... OMAE (11-8) Tahar, Arcandra... OMAE (1-11) Tahchiev, Galin... OMAE (1-15) Tak, Moonho... OMAE (4-17) Takach, Nicholas E.... OMAE (11-8) Takagawa, Shinichi... OMAE (10-1) Takahashi, Ichihiko... OMAE (5-1) Takahashi, Koji... OMAE (5-5) Takano, Satoru... OMAE (4-34) Takei, Miki... OMAE (5-7) Takimoto, Tadanori... OMAE (1-16) Tallavajhula, Sudhakar... OMAE (2-25) Tamimi, V.... OMAE (8-18) Tan, Danielle S.... OMAE (6-27) Tan, Jaime Hui Choo... OMAE (8-7),... OMAE (8-1) Tan, Long Bin... OMAE (8-13) Tan, Soon Keat... OMAE (6-27) Tan, Vincent Beng Chye... OMAE (8-13) Tan, Zhimin... OMAE (4-25),...OMAE (4-27), OMAE (4-16) Tanaka, Kenji... OMAE (9-4) Tanaka, Rafael Loureiro... OMAE (4-36),... OMAE (4-16) Tanaka, Yoshihisa... OMAE (3-2) Tanaka, Yoshikazu... OMAE (9-10) Tang, Gao... OMAE (4-36) Tang, Jiwei... OMAE (4-15) Tang, Wenyong... OMAE (8-12) Taniguchi, Tomoki... OMAE (9-21) Tanizawa, Akihiko... OMAE (3-5) Tanizawa, Katsuji... OMAE (6-24) Tannuri, Eduardo A.... OMAE (8-9),...OMAE (1-8), OMAE (6-19),...OMAE (1-10), OMAE (1-10),...OMAE (1-15), OMAE (6-18),... OMAE (1-10) Tao, Longbin... OMAE (6-6),... OMAE (1-23) Tao, Shanshan... OMAE (2-17) Tao, Tao... OMAE (11-7) Tawn, Jonathan... OMAE (2-19) Tay, Tong Earn... OMAE (8-13) Taylor, Rocky S.... OMAE (7-1) Teixeira, A.P.... OMAE (2-41) Teixeira, David... OMAE (9-16),... OMAE (9-26) Tellier, Elizabeth... OMAE (4-30) Tello Zenteno, Alfredo... OMAE (2-45) Tello, Alex... OMAE (3-9) Ten, Igor... OMAE (12-13) Teng, Yih Jeng... OMAE (8-13),... OMAE (8-7) ter Brake, Erik... OMAE (9-4),... OMAE (9-11) Terada, Daisuke... OMAE (6-2) Terao, Yutaka... OMAE (6-13) Testa, Daniel... OMAE (1-19) Thanyamanta, Worakanok... OMAE (6-1) Thekinen, Joseph... OMAE (1-3) Thiagarajan, Krish... OMAE (9-13),... OMAE (12-4) Thibaux, Philippe... OMAE (2-30) Thiebaut, Florent... OMAE (9-3) Thies, Philipp... OMAE (2-40) Thilleul, Olivia... OMAE (12-4),... OMAE (6-8) Thodla, Ramgopal... OMAE (3-4),...OMAE (3-4), OMAE (4-30) Thomas, Dale A. III... OMAE (9-13) Thomas, Giles... OMAE (8-3),... OMAE (6-3) Thomas, William... OMAE (4-14) Thompson, Andrew... OMAE (4-32) Thresher, Robert... OMAE (9-1) Tian, Xinliang... OMAE (6-3),... OMAE (1-18) Timmermans, Jeroen... OMAE (4-10) Timmins, David... OMAE (4-40) Timms, Chris... OMAE (3-7) Timokha, Alexander... OMAE (12-2) Tintori, Federico... OMAE (3-7) Tiron, Roxana... OMAE (9-9),... OMAE (9-9) Todman, Mike... OMAE (9-4) 112

115 author index Tognarelli, Michael... OMAE (3-4),...OMAE (8-26), OMAE (8-17) Toledo Filho, Romildo... OMAE (11-7),... OMAE (11-12) Tom, Nathan... OMAE (8-7),...OMAE (1-22), OMAE (9-17) Tomàs, David... OMAE (9-20) Torres, Fernando... OMAE (2-32) Torselletti, Enrico... OMAE (4-11) Touzon Gonzalez, Imanol... OMAE (9-21),... OMAE (9-17) Towe, Ross... OMAE (2-19) Toxopeus, Serge... OMAE (8-9) Toyoda, Shunsuke... OMAE (3-5) Tregde, Vidar... OMAE (12-14) Trejo, Roobed... OMAE (2-35) Triantafyllou, Michael... OMAE (8-17) Tronskar, Jens Petter... OMAE (3-8) Troyman, Antonio Carlos Ramos... OMAE (2-29) Tsarichenko, Sergey G.... OMAE (8-17) Tsimplis, M.N.... OMAE (6-9) Tsoukala, Vasiliki K.... OMAE (6-22),... OMAE (6-25) Tsujimoto, Masaru... OMAE (12-12) Tsukada, Raphael I.... OMAE (8-11) Tsukada, Yoshiaki... OMAE (1-16) Tu, Qin... OMAE (1-2) Turk, Anton... OMAE (12-11) Uchitomi, Noriaki... OMAE (3-5) Ueno, Michio... OMAE (1-16) Ukrainczyk, Neven... OMAE (11-7),... OMAE (11-7) Umeno, Shuichi... OMAE (5-5) Urabe, Shinichi... OMAE (5-5) Urbina, Raul... OMAE (9-13) Urthaler, Yetzirah... OMAE (4-3) Utne, Ingrid Bouwer... OMAE (7-5) Utsunomiya, Tomoaki... OMAE (9-8),... OMAE (9-20) Uzawa, Kiyoshi... OMAE (9-4) V. John, Kurian... OMAE (6-10) Vada, Torgeir K.... OMAE (12-12),... OMAE (12-2) Valadão Rebello, Ana Maria... OMAE (2-39) Valdez, Martin... OMAE (4-12),... OMAE (4-12) Valdez, Pablo... OMAE (9-23) Valdman, Nikolai... OMAE (2-42) Valentine, Daniel T.... OMAE (6-8) Valkonen, Janne... OMAE (7-6) van t Hoff, Jos... OMAE (9-12) van t Veer, Riaan... OMAE (6-1) van Breugel, Klaas... OMAE (11-7) van Bruinessen, T.M... OMAE (1-3) Van Buren, Eric... OMAE (9-25) Van Coile, Ruben... OMAE (2-33) Van den Abeele, Filip... OMAE (8-11),...OMAE (8-27), OMAE (2-44) van der Heiden, Henri J.L... OMAE (8-1) van der Hout, Arne... OMAE (1-19) van der Plas, Peter... OMAE (8-1) van der Vegt, Jaap... OMAE (12-5) van Dijk, Radboud... OMAE (8-6) van Essen, Sanne... OMAE (1-19) van Rhee, Cees... OMAE (10-7) van Rooijen, Reinout... OMAE (4-20) Van Vledder, Gerbrant... OMAE (6-24) van Winsen, Ivan... OMAE (1-17) Vande Voorde, John... OMAE (8-27) Vandiver, J. Kim... OMAE (8-17),... OMAE (8-26) Vanem, Erik... OMAE (2-20),...OMAE (2-15), OMAE (2-37) Vannucchi, Valentina... OMAE (9-6) Vargas Londoño, Tatiana... OMAE (4-22) Vartdal, Magnus... OMAE (12-1) Vasilikis, Daniel... OMAE (4-12) Vasques, Analia... OMAE (11-7),... OMAE (11-12) Vasquez, Guillermo... OMAE (12-9) Vaz, Guilherme... OMAE (8-6),...OMAE (8-22), OMAE (8-14),...OMAE (8-9), OMAE (8-15) Vazquez, Gabriel... OMAE (4-14) Veitch, Brian... OMAE (7-7),...OMAE (2-43), OMAE (9-10) Velar, Fernando... OMAE (9-17) Veldman, Arthur E.P.... OMAE (8-1) Venugopal, Vengatesan... OMAE (9-17) Venzac, Pascal... OMAE (6-9) Veras, Otavio... OMAE (4-28) Verley, Richard... OMAE (3-6) Verleysen, Patricia... OMAE (2-44) Verstappen, Roel W.C.P.... OMAE (8-1) Very, Stephen... OMAE (6-1) Verzbolovskis, Maria P.... OMAE (2-42) Vickers, Andrew V.... OMAE (2-40) Vidal, Cesar... OMAE (9-15),... OMAE (9-15) Vieira, Luciano Tardelli... OMAE (4-2) Vijayamohan, Prithvi... OMAE (11-5) Vilamea, Eduardo M... OMAE (1-1) Villa Wanderley, Juan B.... OMAE (8-3) Villavicencio, Richard... OMAE (2-24),... OMAE (2-25) Vinoth, Jayaratnam... OMAE (2-19),... OMAE (2-17) Visco, Tyler J... OMAE (3-14) Visscher, Jan H.... OMAE (9-11) Vitali, Luigino... OMAE (4-11),... OMAE (4-11) Vitola, Marcelo... OMAE (12-7) Vitorino, Fabrício... OMAE (11-12) Viviano, Antonino... OMAE (9-15) Vögler, Arne... OMAE (9-17) Voie, Per Erlend... OMAE (4-17),... OMAE (1-9) Volpe Plantamura, Antonio... OMAE (8-21) von Bock und Polach, Rüdiger... OMAE (7-6) von Ellenrieder, Karl... OMAE (12-15) von Graefe, Alexander... OMAE (12-9),... OMAE (12-15) Voogt, Arjan... OMAE (6-2) Voormeeren, Lars O... OMAE (3-1),... OMAE (3-11) Vu, Thanh Do... OMAE (1-11) Vulpe, Cristina... OMAE (10-5) Waals, Olaf... OMAE (1-19) Wada, Ryota... OMAE (6-22) Wade, Ian... OMAE (6-17) Wagner, Olivier... OMAE (1-13) Wakabayashi, Nobukazu... OMAE (6-2) Walker, Adam... OMAE (9-9) Walker, Alastair C.... OMAE (4-2) Walker, Dan... OMAE (1-1) Walker, Sam-Erik... OMAE (2-15) Wallin, Kim... OMAE (3-1),... OMAE (3-1) Walter, Erik L.... OMAE (7-6),... OMAE (7-4) Walters, Carey L... OMAE (3-1),...OMAE (3-11), OMAE (3-1) Wan, Jianan (Jay)... OMAE (1-1) Wanderley, Juan... OMAE (8-8) Wang, Alan... OMAE (6-15) Wang, Bo... OMAE (3-8) Wang, De-yu... OMAE (4-27) Wang, Dong... OMAE (10-9),... OMAE (10-3) Wang, Enhao... OMAE (8-12) Wang, Facheng... OMAE (4-1) Wang, Fuqiang... OMAE (12-3) Wang, Ge... OMAE (2-31) Wang, Guoyu... OMAE (6-7) Wang, H.T.... OMAE (3-5) Wang, Hao... OMAE (6-4) Wang, Hongchao... OMAE (6-4) Wang, Howard... OMAE (4-34) Wang, James... OMAE (1-6) Wang, Jingbo... OMAE (12-6),... OMAE (12-6) Wang, Jungao... OMAE (8-27) Wang, Junxian... OMAE (9-24) Wang, Kai... OMAE (9-8) Wang, Kai... OMAE (4-37),... OMAE (4-37) Wang, Kunpeng... OMAE (8-12) Wang, Lei... OMAE (6-4),... OMAE (6-4) Wang, Liyong... OMAE (12-3) Wang, Steven... OMAE (10-8) Wang, Wei... OMAE (4-22) Wang, Weiling... OMAE (4-15),... OMAE (8-2) Wang, Xiaozhi... OMAE (3-8) Wang, Xin... OMAE (3-2) Wang, Xin... OMAE (12-11) Wang, Xuegang... OMAE (12-10) Wang, Y... OMAE (2-22),...OMAE (2-22), OMAE (2-22),... OMAE (2-21) Wang, Yanxia... OMAE (6-25) Wang, Yingying... OMAE (6-5) Wang, Yongxue... OMAE (6-7) Wang, Zunce... OMAE (11-2) Waseda, Takuji... OMAE (6-22),...OMAE (6-18), OMAE (6-24) Wåsjø, Kasper... OMAE (9-26) Wästberg, Stig... OMAE (3-14) Watai, Rafael A.... OMAE (9-14) Watanabe, Ryuta... OMAE (9-10) Weber, Jochem... OMAE (9-3) Webster, Scott... OMAE (10-4) Wei, Jinfang... OMAE (6-25) Wei, Liwu... OMAE (3-10),... OMAE (3-8) Wei, Wei... OMAE (1-18) Wei, Yanji... OMAE (1-23) Weiss, Robert... OMAE (8-3) Weixler, Leonhard... OMAE (10-4) Wellens, Peter... OMAE (1-23) Weller, Sam... OMAE (2-40) Wen, Shuwen... OMAE (3-10) Wenhua, Wu... OMAE (6-14) Weymouth, Gabriel... OMAE (12-6) White, David... OMAE (4-15),...OMAE (4-15), OMAE (4-21) Whitehouse, R.J.S... OMAE (6-25) Whittaker, Trevor... OMAE (9-9),... OMAE (9-6) Widjaja, Shington... OMAE (8-10) Wiet, Paul... OMAE (8-28) Wilcox, Kevin... OMAE (8-16) Wilkins, C.C.E.... OMAE (2-42) Will, Johannes... OMAE (6-24) Willden, Richard H.J.... OMAE (9-4) Williams, Dara... OMAE (4-33) Williams, Neil... OMAE (1-14) Williston, Kyle... OMAE (6-15) Wilson, Philip A.... OMAE (8-18) Winterstein, Steven R.... OMAE (8-26) Wolgamot, Hugh... OMAE (5-1) Woodward, Neil... OMAE (3-6) Wormsen, Anders... OMAE (3-14) Wu, Bo... OMAE (8-7) Wu, Chih-Hua... OMAE (12-2) Wu, Guangyu... OMAE (8-8),...OMAE (8-9), OMAE (8-1) Wu, Haochen... OMAE (2-26) Wu, Jer-Fang... OMAE (10-9) Wu, Jie... OMAE (8-27) Wu, QiHe... OMAE (1-9) author index 113

116 author index author index Wu, Weiguo... OMAE (2-26),... OMAE (2-26) Wu, Xiaopeng... OMAE (4-40) Wu, Yanyun... OMAE (2-19),... OMAE (2-19) Wu, Yin... OMAE (1-6) Wu, Ying... OMAE (8-12) Wüchner, Roland... OMAE (2-29) Wyns, Mickael... OMAE (9-27) Xiang, Sherry... OMAE (9-4),... OMAE (1-13) Xiao, Longfei... OMAE (1-19),... OMAE (1-18) Xiao, Qing... OMAE (9-10),...OMAE (8-12), OMAE (6-5) Xiao, Ying... OMAE (2-36) Xiaoyuan, Wu... OMAE (2-32) Xichong, Yu... OMAE (11-5),... OMAE (6-21) Xie, Peng... OMAE (6-15) Xie, Yi... OMAE (10-8) Xinsheng, Liu... OMAE (2-40) Xiong, Lingzhi... OMAE (6-6) Xiros, Nikolas... OMAE (1-12) Xu, Donghao... OMAE (2-27),... OMAE (2-26) Xu, Feng... OMAE (12-10) Xu, Gang... OMAE (6-8) Xu, Huang... OMAE (9-18) Xu, Jianfeng... OMAE (7-3) Xu, Lixin... OMAE (1-2) Xu, Mengmeng... OMAE (4-6) Xu, Tiao-Jian... OMAE (6-8) Xu, Wei... OMAE (6-2) Xu, Xin... OMAE (1-14),... OMAE (6-6) Xu, Yinghui... OMAE (2-17) Xu, Yuwang... OMAE (1-20),... OMAE (1-18) Xue, Hongxiang... OMAE (8-12) Yabumoto, Satoru... OMAE (3-5) Yaghubi, Yashar... OMAE (2-28) Yamamoto, Joji... OMAE (5-2),... OMAE (5-1) Yamamoto, Marcio... OMAE (4-34) Yamamoto, Norio... OMAE (2-33) Yamatoki, Shuichi... OMAE (2-30) Yamazaki, Tetsuo... OMAE (5-2),... OMAE (5-2) Yamazaki, Yasuyuki... OMAE (2-15),... OMAE (4-25) Yammahi, Fatmah... OMAE (11-3) Yan, Hongmei... OMAE (8-8) Yan, Kai... OMAE (6-23),... OMAE (6-16) Yang-qing, Li... OMAE (4-8) Yang, Biao... OMAE (6-7) Yang, C.K.... OMAE (1-14) Yang, Jianmin... OMAE (1-19),...OMAE (6-3), OMAE (1-14),... OMAE (6-6) Yang, Kyung-Kyu... OMAE (12-12),... OMAE (6-19) Yang, Luo... OMAE (10-10) Yang, Songlin... OMAE (6-5) Yang, Tracy... OMAE (2-39) Yang, YanHua... OMAE (1-9) Yang, Yu... OMAE (10-9) Yang, Zhengmao... OMAE (4-22) Yao, Haiyuan... OMAE (4-37),... OMAE (11-13) Yasseri, Sirous... OMAE (2-37) Yazid, Edwar... OMAE (6-10) Ye, Naiquan... OMAE (4-1) Ye, Ronghui... OMAE (6-26) Yelland, M.J.... OMAE (6-9) Yen, KienMin... OMAE (8-13) Yeung, Ronald... OMAE (9-17),... OMAE (1-18) Yezzi, Anthony... OMAE (1-16),... OMAE (6-17) Yi, Qian... OMAE (2-33) Yildiz, Mehmet... OMAE (8-3) Yim, Solomon... OMAE (12-8) Yin, Fengjie... OMAE (4-3) Yin, Hongqiang... OMAE (6-12) Yong, Bai... OMAE (2-36) Yoon, Jongwon... OMAE (2-27) Yoshida, Shigeo... OMAE (9-8),... OMAE (9-20) You-gang, Tang... OMAE (4-8) You, Young-Jun... OMAE (2-29),...OMAE (2-37), OMAE (2-29) Young, Ian... OMAE (2-19),... OMAE (2-17) Young, Yin Lu... OMAE (6-15) Youssef, Samy A.M.... OMAE (2-24) Ytrehus, Jan David... OMAE (11-8) Yu, Alan... OMAE (4-8) Yu, Bingbin... OMAE (9-22) Yu, Chen... OMAE (8-13) Yu, Dongchi... OMAE (6-15) Yu, Du... OMAE (6-14) Yu, Jim... OMAE (4-8) Yu, Kintak Raymond... OMAE (8-19) Yu, Liu... OMAE (11-5) Yu, Luo... OMAE (1-4) Yu, Mengjiao... OMAE (11-8) Yu, PengYao... OMAE (2-36) Yu, Qing... OMAE (9-27) Yu, Shunchao... OMAE (6-26) Yu, Zhaolong... OMAE (2-31) Yuan, Jiabei... OMAE (4-25),... OMAE (4-27) Yuan, Lin... OMAE (4-12) Yuan, Shuai... OMAE (4-36) Yuba, Douglas T.G.... OMAE (6-19) Yue (Le), Jingxia... OMAE (2-33) Yue, QJ... OMAE (6-14) Yuga, Masao... OMAE (3-5) Yurugi, Kouhei... OMAE (6-25) Zaheer, Moonis... OMAE (1-8) Zamora, Mario... OMAE (11-13) Zampieri, Marcelo F.... OMAE (11-3) Zanganeh, Hossein... OMAE (8-18),...OMAE (8-28), OMAE (8-12) Zanic, Vedran... OMAE (2-38) Zeinoddini, Mostafa... OMAE (6-17),...OMAE (2-28), OMAE (8-18) Zeitoun, Hammam... OMAE (4-6) Zen, Kouki... OMAE (10-7) Zeng, Ji... OMAE (4-1),...OMAE (2-27), OMAE (2-26) Zhan, Dexin... OMAE (6-1) Zhang, An ran... OMAE (12-14) Zhang, Baofeng... OMAE (6-27) Zhang, Bob L.... OMAE (2-25) Zhang, Chi... OMAE (10-8) Zhang, Ding... OMAE (6-9) Zhang, Feng... OMAE (6-4) Zhang, Huidong... OMAE (2-16) Zhang, Huijie... OMAE (10-8) Zhang, Jian Tao... OMAE (8-16) Zhang, Jinglong... OMAE (11-2) Zhang, Jisheng... OMAE (10-8),...OMAE (10-8), OMAE (9-10) Zhang, Junjing... OMAE (11-4) Zhang, Liang... OMAE (4-15) Zhang, Ningchuan... OMAE (4-28) Zhang, Qin... OMAE (4-21) Zhang, Shengming... OMAE (2-26) Zhang, Shu Yan... OMAE (3-10),... OMAE (3-10) Zhang, Wei... OMAE (4-15),... OMAE (8-2) Zhang, Wei... OMAE (5-1) Zhang, Weidong... OMAE (1-18) Zhang, Wenhua... OMAE (2-26) Zhang, Xi Ying... OMAE (10-9) Zhang, Yang... OMAE (12-3) Zhang, Yanhui... OMAE (3-10) Zhang, Yanqiu... OMAE (4-25),... OMAE (4-27) Zhang, YiHan... OMAE (2-17) Zhang, Yingbin... OMAE (10-2) Zhang, Yongheng... OMAE (6-13) Zhang, Yongtao... OMAE (1-9) Zhang, Yu... OMAE (1-20) Zhang, Zhi... OMAE (6-15) Zhang, Zhuo... OMAE (6-23),... OMAE (6-26) Zhao, Chengbi... OMAE (6-13) Zhao, Hongyi... OMAE (10-8) Zhao, Jiafei... OMAE (11-5) Zhao, Jian... OMAE (4-16) Zhao, Jun... OMAE (8-2) Zhao, Lin... OMAE (9-24) Zhao, Mingli... OMAE (6-22) Zhao, Wenhua... OMAE (1-19) Zhao, XiaoDong... OMAE (2-36),...OMAE (2-27), OMAE (2-26) Zhao, Xizeng... OMAE (12-3) Zhao, Yanbing... OMAE (10-3) Zhao, Yun-Peng... OMAE (6-8) Zhao, Zhongqiu... OMAE (2-26) Zheng, Jinhai... OMAE (10-8),... OMAE (9-10) Zheng, Lu... OMAE (10-2) Zheng, Tingting... OMAE (8-5) Zheng, Xiangyuan... OMAE (9-11) Zhong, Qian... OMAE (1-20) Zhong, Wenjun... OMAE (6-4) Zhongbai, Liu... OMAE (4-8) Zhou, Bin... OMAE (6-13) Zhou, Chao... OMAE (9-10) Zhou, Daowu... OMAE (4-3),... OMAE (4-20) Zhou, Heng... OMAE (2-33) Zhou, Jin... OMAE (5-1) Zhou, Joe... OMAE (1-2) Zhou, Weixin... OMAE (6-25) Zhou, Yalong... OMAE (6-23),... OMAE (6-16) Zhu, Ding... OMAE (11-4),... OMAE (11-4) Zhu, Renqing... OMAE (8-5) Zhuang, Hua... OMAE (6-22) Zieger, Stefan... OMAE (2-19) Zielinski, Arthur T.... OMAE (3-7) Zimmerman, Evan... OMAE (10-3) Zimmermann, Günter... OMAE (11-4) Zou, Gang... OMAE (6-4) Zou, Jiaxing... OMAE (6-4) Zou, Jun... OMAE (8-7) Zou, Zaojian... OMAE (12-10),...OMAE (6-20), OMAE (6-21) Zou, Zhili... OMAE (6-23),... OMAE (6-16) Zuccolo, Ricardo... OMAE (4-8) Zurita-Gotor, Mauricio... OMAE (8-22) Zurkinden, Andrew... OMAE (9-12),... OMAE (9-12) 114

117 session index Session Index Offshore Technology 1-1 Floating Platforms, Spars, Semis Monday June Floating Platforms, TLPS and Ship Shaped Vessels Monday June Floating Platforms: Design Considerations Monday June Fixed Platforms I Tuesday June Fixed Platforms II Tuesday June Subsea Deployment and Development Monday June Installation - Commissioning Monday June Loading - Offloading Monday June Mooring and Anchoring I Tuesday June Station Keeping Thursday June Mooring and Anchoring II Monday June Risers I Thursday June Risers II Thursday June Model Testing I Wednesday June Model Testing II Wednesday June Model testing III Tuesday June Hydrodynamics I Wednesday June Hydrodynamics II Wednesday June LNG Challenges Tuesday June Risk Mitigation Tuesday June Software Quality, Classification and Standards Thursday June Metocean Tuesday June Offshore Renewable Synergies Tuesday June 11 Structures, Safety and Reliability 2-14 West Africa Swell (WASP) Monday June Probabilistic and Spectral Wave Models Monday June Extreme Seas Monday June Extreme and Freak Waves I Tuesday June Extreme and Freak Waves II Tuesday June Extreme and Freak Waves III Tuesday June Probabilistic Response Modelling I Tuesday June Probabilistic Response Modelling II Wednesday June Probabilistic Response Modelling III Wednesday June Probabilistic Response Modelling IV Wednesday June Collision and Crashworthiness I Monday June Collision and Crashworthiness II Monday June Ultimate Strength I Wednesday June Ultimate Strength II Wednesday June Structural Analysis and Optimisation I Wednesday June Structural Analysis and Optimisation II Thursday June Structural Analysis and Optimisation III Thursday June Structural Analysis and Optimisation IV Thursday June Structural Analysis and Optimisation V Thursday June Fracture and Fatigue Reliability I Monday June Fracture and Fatigue Reliability II Monday June Risk Based Maintenance Planning Monday June Reliability of Marine Structures I Tuesday June Reliability of Marine Structures II Tuesday June Reliability of Marine Structures III Tuesday June Reliability of Moorings and Risers Tuesday June Reliability of Renewable Energy Devices I Wednesday June Reliability of Renewable Energy Devices II Wednesday June Risk Analysis and Safety Management I Thursday June Risk Analysis and Safety Management II Thursday June Risk Analysis and Safety Management III Thursday June Risk Analysis and Safety Management IV Thursday June 13 Materials Technology 3-1 Fracture Assessment and Control I Monday June Fatigue Assessment and Control I Tuesday June Structural Integrity Management Procedures and Standards for Offshore Installations (Workshop) Thursday June Environmental Effect on Materials Performance Wednesday June Advances in Steel Technology Wednesday June Welding Technology and Repair Methods Monday June Strain Based Design of Pipelines Wednesday June Fracture Assessment and Control II Monday June Performance and Application for Specialty Materials Wednesday June Residual Stresses Tuesday June Fracture Assessment and Control III Tuesday June Structural/Asset Integrity Thursday June Fatigue Assessment and Control II Tuesday June Lifecycle Integrity Management of Offshore Installations Wednesday June 12 Pipeline and Riser Technology 4-1 Design and Analysis I Tuesday June Mechanics of Riser and Pipelines I Tuesday June Fracture and Fatigue I Wednesday June Pipe-Soil Interaction I Monday June Monitoring, Inspection and Repair Thursday June Rigid Risers Wednesday June Alternative Designs Monday June Design and Analysis II Monday June Mechanics of Riser and Pipelines II Tuesday June Fracture and Fatigue II Wednesday June Installation I Wednesday June Pipe-Soil Interaction II Monday June Flexible Pipes I Thursday June Design and Analysis III Tuesday June Mechanics of Riser and Pipelines III Tuesday June Installation II Thursday June Pipe-Soil Interaction III Monday June Flexible Pipes II Thursday June Fracture and Fatigue III Wednesday June Flexible Pipes III Thursday June Design and Analysis IV Tuesday June Fracture and Fatigue IV Wednesday June Flexible Pipes IV Thursday June Design and Analysis V Tuesday June Mechanics of Riser and Pipelines IV Tuesday June Flexible Pipes V Thursday June Design and Analysis VI Wednesday June Design and Analysis VII Wednesday June Design and Analysis VIII Thursday June 13 Ocean Space Utilization 5-1 Deepsea Mining Systems and Concepts Monday June Deepsea Mining Economy and Environment Monday June Aquaculture and Related Technology I Tuesday June Aquaculture and Related Technology II Tuesday June Water Front and Coastal Engineering Wednesday June VLFS and Response of Floating Facilities Tuesday June Floating Offshore Wind Turbine System Wednesday June 12 Ocean Engineering 6-1 Advanced Ship Hydromechanics and Marine Technology I Monday June Wave Mechanics and Wave Effects I Tuesday June Model Tests I Monday June Towed and Undersea Cables and Pipes, Mooring, and Buoy Technology Wednesday June Advanced Underwater Vehicles and Design Technology Tuesday June Computational Mechanics and Design Applications Wednesday June Coastal Engineering I Thursday June Fluid-Structure Interaction I Monday June Instrumentation and Measurement and Satellite Observations Tuesday June Model Tests II Monday June 10 continued session index 115

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