PAPERS

The following conference program is correct as at 25 September 2019 but is subject to change.

Paper Title Presenter/S Company Link
Session 1 - Ship Design
Developing Australia's independent surface combatant design capability - challenges and options Levi Catton
Gibbs & Cox Australia View Paper
Why Smart Ship technology is the future of the Australian high speed craft industry
Rob Jackson Austal Ships Ltd View Paper
Opportunities for Enhancing Defence Capability Generation: The Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Josephine Delore Lockheed Martin View Paper
Session 2 - Ship Structures
Real time structural loads monitoring for a large high-speed wave-piercing catamaran using numerical simulation and linear regression (Refereed) Islam Almallah University of Tasmania View Paper
Seaway Loads Applied to a Frigate by the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Technique Bruce Cartwright University of Newcastle (NSW) View Paper
Session 3 - Ship Construction
A Framework for Assessing the Impact of Integrating New Equipment onto Naval Vessels (Refereed) Lily Webster DST View Paper
More Efficient and Flexible Procurement Assessment with multi-criteria decision analysis framework. Robert Hayes Frazer-Nash Consultancy View Paper
Creating a skilled, sovereign workforce for ships and submarines Ian Irving Naval Shipbuilding College View Paper
Forecasting Australian Shipbuilding Skill Demand Joshua Rogers KPMG Australia View Paper
Session 4 - Ship Safety
Assessing the determinants of safety culture in the maritime industry (Refereed) Michelle Grech Australian Maritime Safety Authority View Paper
Improving ship safety by integrating risk management into the SMS framework and tracking new key performance indicators (Refereed) Stuart Williams University of Strathclyde View Paper
Frustration and Task Deviation Causes Accidents at Sea (Refereed) Asanka Rajapakse Australian Maritime College View Paper
A human centred approach to optimise human performance in complex marine environments and habitable spaces (Refereed) Peter Schumacher University of South Australia View Paper
Session 5 - Ship Design
Innovative platform design for littoral research vessels

Ken Goh

John Chappell

Knud E Hansen

AustraliaAustralian Institute of Marine Science
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Damen Shipyards - Hardware-in-the-Loop – Advanced Simulation Technology. Marcel Cleijsen Damen Shipyards View Paper
Characterising the Southern Ocean and Ross Sea wave climate (Refereed) Sally Garrett New Zealand Defence Force View Paper
Multi-vessel Sea State Estimation Utilising Swarm Shepherding (Refereed) Nathan K. Long DST View Paper
Session 6 - Ship Propulsion
Australia’s part in the age of high-efficiency vessels (Refereed)

W. Peter Symington Australian Maritime College View Paper
Propulsive Efficiency of Submarines and Surface Warships over their Operational Speed Ranges (Refereed)

Gregory Seil Advanced VTOL Technologies Pty Ltd View Paper
Naval Hybrid Power Take-Off and Power Take-In Solutions - Enabling Technologies and Intricacies of Power Systems Operations
Dr Makhlouf Benatmane GE Power Conversion UK Ltd View Paper
Session 7 - Ship Sustainment & Materials
Functionally Seaworthy: How functional alignment of integrated logistic support can deliver improved seaworthiness.
Tim Lee AMOG Consulting View Paper
Effects of multiple simulated weld repair cycles on the mechanical properties of a high strength, quenched and tempered steel (Refereed)
Pragathi Dissanayaka University of Wollongong View Paper
Titomic Kinetic Fusion in Marine Maintenance and Manufacture
Dominic Parsonson Titomic Ltd View Paper
Session 8 - Submarine Hydrodynamics
Simulating flood recovery manoeuvres using a free running submarine model
Paul Crossland QinetiQ Ltd View Paper
The Influence of Sailplane Deflection on the Nominal Wake (Refereed)
David Pook RMIT University View Paper
Experimental Propeller Performance Characterisation behind a Towed Axisymmetric Body (Refereed)
Alexander Conway DST View Paper
Blockage Effect on the Drag of an Axisymmetric Underwater Body in Towing Tank Tests (Refereed)
Alexander Conway Australian Maritime College View Paper
Session 9 - Panel Discussion
       
Session 10 - Submarine Hydrodynamics
Analysis of Aft-Control-Surface Interaction with an Axisymmetric Underwater Vehicle Hull
David Kirkby Australian Maritime College View Paper
Identification of a Submarine Fin-tip Vortex Using POD Analysis (Refereed)
Yunpeng Xue University of Tasmania View Paper
Session 11 - Ship Safety and Environment
Systems Graphing Algorithm Method For Ship Evacuation Studies

Vincent Capizzi SYSTRA SSL View Paper
Advanced Smart Escape Support System for Passenger Ship : Enhanced Intelligence with People Detection Technologies
James Choi CORNERS Co., Ltd View Paper
Naval Total Assurance
Jason Steward DNV GL Australia View Paper
The Technical Design Gap in Warship Environment Protection: Why “Near Enough” is Often Better Than Perfect
John Polglaze PGM Environment View Paper
Session 12 - Submarine Design
An Overview of the Integrated Platform Performance Modelling Approach used to Support for the Future Submarine Program
Karl Slater DST View Paper
A Platform-Focused Power and Energy Modelling Capability for Submarines (Refereed)
Peter Dennis University of Melbourne View Paper
Lithium-ion Battery Fire Suppression in Submarine Battery Compartments
Ian Burch DST View Paper
A system-of-systems for at-sea evaluation of modern sonars
Piers Wren Sonartech Atlas View Paper
Session 13 - Ship Survivability
Addressing Military Survivability and Safety Aspects in Classification of Naval Design
CAPT Richard Delpizzo, USNR (ret) American Bureau of Shipping View Paper
A generic warship model for survivability analysis
Anthony Woolley DST View Paper
Damage assessment of composites for naval vessels subjected to explosive events (Refereed)
Alex Gargano DST View Paper
Session 14 - Subs in Schools Program
Subs in Schools: Engineering a Reliable Depth-Control System and Pressure-Hull (Refereed)

Cameron Harper University of New South Wales View Paper
Design and Build of a Device to Measure Resistance and Power of Model Submarines in the Submarines in Schools Technology Challenge (Refereed)

Simon Von-Limont University of New South Wales View Paper
Hydrodynamic Performance of Subs In Schools - Experimental And Numerical Investigation
Jeremy Wotherspoon University of New South Wales View Paper
Development of An Acoustic Testing System For The Subs In Schools Program
Sean Buckland University of New South Wales View Paper
Session 15 - Autonomous Vehicle Design
The regulatory approach to vessels capable of autonomous and remote controlled operation
Grant Judson Australian Maritime Safety Authority View Paper
UMIS - an Unmanned Maritime Integrated System
Antony Penn ECA GROUP View Paper
CBRNe Enabled Drones - The State of Play and Problematic Future
Harriet Slack Frazer-Nash Consultancy View Paper
Session 16 - Machine Learning
Reduced Project Duration via Intelligent Scheduling for Submarine Production and Maintenance
Jordan Ciricillo General Dynamics Electric Boat View Paper
The Artificial Intelligence applied to CAD/CAM Systems for designing the future Naval Ships
Rodrigo Perez Fernandez Universidad Politecnica de Madrid View Paper
Accelerating familiarisation using Virtual Reality and self-directed learning.
Paul Houghton Stirling Labs View Paper
Session 17 - Autonomous Vehicle Operations
Integrating Autonomy - Maintain, Launch, Execute and Recover
Emma Parkin L3Harris View Paper
Detecting, Recognizing and Tracking Anthropogenic Acoustic Targets.
Neil Trenaman Ocean Aero, Inc View Paper
Session 18 - Ship Structures
Mitigation of Slamming of Catamarans in Waves (Refereed)

Ahmed Swidan University of New South Wales View Paper
Characterisation of Miniature Piezoresistive Pressure Sensors for the Measurement of Slamming Loads (Refereed)
Peter Graham DST View Paper
Ice Belt Extents for Protection in Waves
Andrew Marsland New Zealand Defence Force View Paper
Session 19 - Ship Operations
Research Thrusts and Recent Advancements in the Modelling of Helicopters during launch and Recovery Operations to Ships
Bradley Macpherson DST View Paper
Enabling Instant Situational Awareness in Naval Bridge Operations
Robert Ventresca Thinklogical View Paper
Floating Pontoon Motions, Operational Safe Motion Limits
Elizabeth Freeman University of NSW View Paper
Session 20 - Ship Systems
Development of a hardware-in-the-loop test rig for testing turbogenerator waste heat recovery systems (Refereed)

Noam Olshina University of Melbourne View Paper
Hardware-in-the-Loop for Naval Platform Power and Energy Test and Evaluation
Wang Kong DST View Paper