Design Improvement for a Maritime Training Polygon using 3D Terrestrial Laser Scanning Technology

Authors

  • Daniel Marasescu Mircea cel Batran Naval Academy, Romania
  • Mihaela Greti Manea Mircea cel Batran Naval Academy, Romania
  • Paul Burlacu Mircea cel Batran Naval Academy, Romania
  • Andreea Codrina Tanase University of Bucharest, Romania
Volume: 13 | Issue: 5 | Pages: 11850-11859 | October 2023 | https://doi.org/10.48084/etasr.6306

Abstract

In the current geo-strategic context, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) impose increasingly high standards for seafarers' preparation in the ship's vitality training centers (elaborate constructions, designed and equipped specifically for training personnel in scenarios involving flooding and fires that may occur on board ships). The buildings housing these training areas experience considerable mechanical and thermal stress, which, over time, affects their structural integrity. Therefore, repairs and modernization work become necessary. This paper provides a case study on the application of technologies for terrestrial laser scanning of buildings, with a focus on the vitality training polygon. The originality of the approach comes from achieving "as-built" documentation for the vitality polygon using 3D laser scanning technology. This includes both three-dimensional modeling based on digital information from the scanning process, as well as structural analysis using finite element techniques for the buildings where crew training takes place. The study also analyzes the distribution of total deformations and stresses in the walls of exercise compartments for flooding and water fight scenarios. Moreover, temperature distribution in the walls and interior atmosphere of these compartments is examined for fire scenarios and firefighting.

Keywords:

3D laser scanning, finite element methods, flooding and firefighting, Building Information Modeling (BIM), mechanical and thermal analysis

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D. Marasescu, M. G. Manea, P. Burlacu, and A. C. Tanase, “Design Improvement for a Maritime Training Polygon using 3D Terrestrial Laser Scanning Technology”, Eng. Technol. Appl. Sci. Res., vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 11850–11859, Oct. 2023.

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