This paper briefly reviews the papers presented at the 8th International Conference on Stability of Ship and Ocean Vehicles that was held September 15–19, 2003, in Madrid, Spain. The review covers the following stability-related subjects: history, accident investigation, water
on deck, extreme weather effects, stability of unconventional vessels, design for safety, damage stability, including large passenger vessels, parametric roll, regulatory aspects, environmental modeling, human factors, safety in operations, nonlinear dynamics, unconventional problems, intact
stability, antirolling devices, fishing vessels stability, and ship motion in waves, as well as several workshops on intact stability, damage stability, fishing vessels, and risk-based designs.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2005
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