This course aims to provide an extend theoretical overview of Intact and Damage Stability through real life examples with by hand calculations and software approximations. To familiarize participants with the onboard tools (ship stability books) and prepare them for emergency situations.
Who Should Attend this workshop:Technical/Operations Dept, Technical/Marine Superintendents, All Officers
- Ship Geometry
- Calculations of surfaces, volumes, moments and key parameters of stability
- Intact Stability
- Hull Strength
- Damage Stability
- Use of Stability Book onboard
- Use of Ship Design and Stability calculations software
Instructor: Konstantinos Mentzelos
i) 2018: Bachelor degree of Naval Engineer from
Hellenic National Academic Recognition Information
ii) 2013-2016: Naval Engineer’s Degree and
Master of Science in Computer Science and Electrical
Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
iii) 2002-2006: bachelor degree of Marine
Engineering (first among 25 cadets), Hellenic Naval
i) 2016: Analysis of explosive gases (Hellenic
ii) 2016: Analysis of vibrations for rotating
machines (Hellenic Navy education).
iii) 2009 – 2010: degree of Commanding Officers
(first among 20 Officers – Hellenic Navy education).
iv) 2008: degree of Engineering Officers for
Submarines (first among 4 Officers – Hellenic Navy
i) 2017-today: First Engineer for Patrol Boat
ii) 2016-2017: Second Engineer for Patrol Boat
iii) 2010-2013: Commanding Officer for Frigate
iv) 2008-2009: First Engineer’s Assistant for
v) 2006-2008: Director of the Engineering Office
for Frigate HYDRA.
Projects: i) In progress: Implementation of an online hotel
Bootstrap, PHP and MySQL.
ii) 2015-2016: Design of a new frigate for US Navy.
(MIT – 3 members group)
iii) 2015-2016: Thesis: Image Recognition with
neural networks, for the design of a system that gives
the opportunity to an autonomous marine vessel to
recognize targets with 94% efficiency. Torch and C++
were used. (MIT)
WE OFFER FLEXIBILITY ON COURSES SCHEDULE AND WE CAN ACCOMMODATE YOUR NEEDS
For additional information, please contact us directly at:
Tel. 210 9530680 Ext. 201 & 205
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Web: www.kclgroup.gr
Technical courses are offered as required by TMSA 3 elements 2,4,7,10,14