Peer-Reviewed Research

Estimation and Use of Wave Information for Ship Monitoring

Sofar Ocean

This paper was written by W. Fujimoto, R. Miratsu, K. Ishibashi, and T. Zhu.


This paper examines the use of wave data in ship monitoring,  defined as a general term in a sense that also includes digital twins for ship structure (DTSSs). First, a brief explanation of the observation devices and analysis techniques that are generally in wide use is presented, followed by a discussion of their applicability to ship monitoring, while also presenting a review of the features of the main types of wave information.  

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