Dr. Spyros Hirdaris CEng FRINA FSNAME
Dr. Spyros Hirdaris CEng FRINA FSNAME
American Bureau of Shipping, Athens, Greece
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Loads for use in the design of ships and offshore structures
SE Hirdaris, W Bai, D Dessi, A Ergin, X Gu, OA Hermundstad, ...
Ocean engineering 78, 131-174, 2014
A Big Data Analytics Method for the Evaluation of Ship - Ship Collision Risk reflecting Hydrometeorological Conditions
M Zhang, J Montewka, T Manderbacka, P Kujala, S Hirdaris
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 213, 107674, 2021
Hydroelasticity of ships: recent advances and future trends
SE Hirdaris, P Temarel
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part M: Journal of …, 2009
Considerations on the potential use of Nuclear Small Modular Reactor (SMR) technology for merchant marine propulsion
SE Hirdaris, YF Cheng, P Shallcross, J Bonafoux, D Carlson, B Prince, ...
Ocean Engineering 79, 101-130, 2014
Two-and three-dimensional hydroelastic modelling of a bulker in regular waves
SE Hirdaris, WG Price, P Temarel
Marine structures 16 (8), 627-658, 2003
A method for the direct assessment of ship collision damage and flooding risk in real conditions
M Zhang, F Conti, HL Sourne, D Vassalos, P Kujala, D Lindroth, ...
Ocean Engineering 237 (109605), 20, 2021
A framework to model the STPA hierarchical control structure of an autonomous ship
M Chaal, OAV Banda, JA Glomsrud, S Basnet, S Hirdaris, P Kujala
Safety Science 132 (104939), 15, 2020
A predictive analytics method for maritime traffic flow complexity estimation in inland waterways
M Zhang, D Zhang, S Fu, P Kujala, S Hirdaris
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 220, 108317, 2022
Risk analysis of damaged ships–a data-driven Bayesian approach
S Kelangath, PK Das, J Quigley, SE Hirdaris
Ships and Offshore Structures 7 (3), 333-347, 2012
A 6-DoF maneuvering model for the rapid estimation of hydrodynamic actions in deep and shallow waters
G Taimuri, J Matusiak, T Mikkola, P Kujala, S Hirdaris
Ocean Engineering 218, 108103, 2020
A machine learning method for the evaluation of ship grounding risk in real operational conditions
M Zhang, P Kujala, S Hirdaris
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 226, 108697, 2022
Design safety margin of a 10,000 TEU container ship through ultimate hull girder load combination analysis
EA Mohammed, SD Benson, SE Hirdaris, RS Dow
Marine Structures 46, 78-101, 2016
Determination of the dynamic critical maneuvering area in an encounter between two vessels: Operation with negligible environmental disruption
M Gil, J Montewka, P Krata, T Hinz, S Hirdaris
Ocean Engineering 213 (107709), 16, 2020
A machine learning method for the prediction of ship motion trajectories in real operational conditions
M Zhang, P Kujala, M Musharraf, J Zhang, H Spyros
Ocean Engineering 283 (114905), 24, 2023
The influence of fluid structure interaction modelling on the dynamic response of ships subject to collision and grounding
SJ Kim, M Kõrgersaar, N Ahmadi, G Taimuri, P Kujala, S Hirdaris
Marine Structures 75 (102875), 17, 2021
Comparison of springing and whipping responses of model tests with predicted nonlinear hydroelastic analyses
Y Lee, N White, Z Wang, S Zhang, SE Hirdaris
ISOPE International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, ISOPE-I-11-558, 2011
The influence of nonlinearities on the symmetric hydrodynamic response of a 10,000 TEU Container ship
SE Hirdaris, Y Lee, G Mortola, A Incecik, O Turan, SY Hong, BW Kim, ...
Ocean Engineering 111, 166-178, 2016
Stochastic uncertainty modelling for ship design loads and operational guidance
A Papanikolaou, EA Mohammed, SE Hirdaris
Ocean engineering 86, 47-57, 2014
A review on the progress and research directions of ocean engineering
S Tavakoli, K Danial, H Milad, S Hirdaris
Ocean Engineering 272 (113617), 36, 2023
Comparison of nonlinear one- and two-way FFSI methods for the prediction of the symmetric response of a containership in waves
PAK Lakshmynarayanana, S Hirdaris
Ocean Engineering 203, 2020
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