Analiza podmornice Typhoon klase

Šabalja, Tomislav (2014) Analiza podmornice Typhoon klase. = Analysis of Typhoon class submarine. Master's thesis (Bologna) , Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje, UNSPECIFIED. Mentor: Slapničar, Vedran.

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Abstract (Croatian)

Cilj ovog diplomskog rada, „Analiza podmornice Typhoon klase“, je objasniti opći princip rada i projektiranja podmornica, a da se istovremeno stekne detaljniji i jasniji uvid u Typhoon klasu podmornica. Rad je podijeljen na šest poglavlja. U prvom poglavlju se općenito opisao nastanak podmornica te njihov povijesni razvoj sve do danas. Objašnjen je i utjecaj podmornica na promjene u pomorskom ratovanju. U drugom poglavlju se kroz povijesne činjenice pokušava dočarati kako su nastale i koje su izvedbe podmornica prethodile nastanku Typhoon klase i kako je nastala sama Typhoon klasa podmornica. U trećem poglavlju opisane su opće karakteristike Typhoon klase podmornica. U četvrtom poglavlju se kroz proračun čvrstoće čvrstih trupova utvrdilo da li je moguće izvesti trupove prema konstrukcijskim dimenzijama pronađenim u literaturi, a da se istovremeno zadovolje kriteriji čvrstoće za opterećenja koja djeluju na podmornicu prilikom njezine plovidbe na operacijskoj dubini. Peto poglavlje se bavi opremom i naoružanjem Typhoon klase podmornica. Šesto poglavlje se bavi problemom stabiliteta. Općenito je objašnjen problem stabiliteta podmornica, a zatim je na temelju toga objašnjen stabilitet Typhoon klase podmornica. Također analiziran je stabilitet Typhoon klase podmornice za 6 predviđenih mogućih oštećenja za podvodno i površinsko stanje plovidbe. Od šest analiziranih oštećenja pokazalo se je da je oštećenje krme najkritičnije. Na kraju diplomskog rada dan je zaključak.

Abstract

The goal of this master thesis, "Analysis of Typhoon-class submarines", is to explain basic principle of operation and design of submarines and, at the same time, to give a more detailed and clearer insight into the Typhoon class submarine. The paper is divided into six chapters. The first chapter briefly describes the occurrence of submarines and their development through history until today. It also describes how occurrence of a submarines impacted on changes in maritime warfare. The second chapter, through historical facts, attempts to describe how submarines were created and which submarines preceded the Typhoon class submarine occurrence. It also explains how was created the Typhoon submarine class. The third chapter describes the general characteristics of the Typhoon class submarine. In the fourth chapter, by strength calculations of solid hulls, is determined whether it is possible to build hulls with structural dimensions stated in the literature while at the same time satisfying the strength criteria for loads acting on a submarine during its navigation in the operating depth. The fifth chapter deals with weapons and outfit of a Typhoon class submarines. The sixth chapter deals with the stability issues. The stability explanation of a Typhoon class submarines is based on the general explanation of submarine stability which is also included in chapter. It also analyzes the stability of Typhoon class submarines for six possible damage scenarios for the underwater and surface sailing conditions. Regarding six analyzed damage conditions analysis shown that the damage of the after peak is most critical. At the end of the master thesis a conclusion is given.

Item Type: Thesis (Master's thesis (Bologna))
Uncontrolled Keywords: Typhoon klasa podmornica; stabilitet oštećene podmornice; čvrstoća podmornice; oprema podmornice
Keywords (Croatian): Typhoon class submarine; damaged submarine stability; submarine strength; submarine outfit
Divisions: 600 Department of Naval Engineering and Marine Technology > 630 Chair of Ship Design and Offshore Technology
Date Deposited: 22 Sep 2014 18:00
Last Modified: 28 Jan 2021 10:10
URI: http://repozitorij.fsb.hr/id/eprint/2867

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