Longitudinal Stresses on a Ship (Online)

Online

This course shows participants the different types of longitudinal stress that a vessel is subject to. Each stress type will be explained in terms of how the stress occurs and how the ships hull is impacted by the stress.

Delivery Method:100% online training and assessment
Designed for:Junior Deck Officers, Deck Ratings, Dry Bulk Cargo Loading Terminal, Dry Bulk Cargo Unloading/Discharge Terminal, Tanker Loading Terminal, Tanker Unloading/Discharging, Container Terminal, a refresher for Masters and Senior Deck Officers
Content Types:Written material, images, animation
Learning Outcomes:Upon successful completion of this training, participants will:
1. Know the three types of stress identified on ships hulls 
2. Be able to identify how shear force is created and possible impacts on the ship 
3. Be able to identify how bending moments are created and possible impacts on the ship 
4. Be able to identify how torsion stress is created and possible impacts on the ship 
Assessment:An assessment will be provided at the end of the course (fully online), you will have unlimited attempts to achieve the 100% pass mark.
References:ISMBC Code, ISGOTT, SIGTTO
Certification:Australian Maritime College Completion Statement.
Language:English
Duration:Approximately 30 minutes
Compatibility: Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Edge, Safari, Android Phone, iPhone, iPad
Product Code:003-026  |  Version 1, 15 September 2020
Enrolment:Click the 'Apply' button to register for the course. Access to the online course will be provided on the next business day.
Course Preview:Click here to preview the online course