Department of Marine Systems Engineering

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Engineering & Materials Science

Ships
Fatigue crack propagation
Computer simulation
Pipe
Control systems
Dynamic positioning
Wind turbines
Welds
Mooring
Fatigue of materials
Cracks
Fish
Offshore wind turbines
Containers
Buckling
Controllers
Propellers
Refrigerated containers
Experiments
Motion control
Hydrodynamics
Robots
Accidents
Welding
Finite element method
Collision avoidance
Steel
Defects
Floating breakwaters
Plastics
Shipyards
Water
Stress intensity factors
Shipbuilding
Control theory
Genetic algorithms
Reentry
Vortex flow
Ocean currents
Reinforcement learning
Risk assessment
Motion planning
Fishing vessels
Autonomous underwater vehicles
Fuzzy inference
Vibration control
Stress concentration
Offshore oil well production
Fluids
Residual stresses
Systems analysis
Fracture toughness
Strain rate
Computational fluid dynamics
Crack propagation
Semisubmersibles
Scheduling
Dynamic response
Energy absorption
Simulators
Mathematical models
Brittle fracture
Crack closure
Numerical analysis
Ocean structures
Pendulums
Crack tips
Damping
Gliders
Compressive stress
Plasticity
Nozzles
Strain hardening
Lasers
Power control
Buoyancy
Axial compression
Turbidity
Navigation
Computer aided design
Chemical properties
Speed control
Demonstrations
Gain control
Intelligent vehicle highway systems
Adaptive control systems
Skin
Flow fields
Hydroelectric power
Equations of motion
Spar platforms
AC generators
Dynamic analysis
Elevators
Energy utilization
Freight transportation
Power generation
Industry
Fracture mechanics
Muscle

Earth & Environmental Sciences

crack
simulation
fatigue
brittle fracture
underwater vehicle
container terminal
fracture toughness
autonomous underwater vehicle
wind turbine
buckling
ocean
shell
gas production
turbidity
strain rate
production system
methodology
damage
mixed layer
semisubmersible platform
experimental study
safety
energy
accident