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Dr Simon Benson
Professor Bob Dow
Professor Richard Birmingham
Model scale prediction of seakeeping and global bending moment on a high speed craft2021
Dr Federico Prini
Professor Richard Birmingham
Dr Simon Benson
Professor Bob Dow
Enhanced Structural Design and Operation of Search and Rescue Craft2018
Professor Richard Birmingham
Fiberglass reinforced plastic as construction material for Indonesian fishing vessels - Challenges and future potential development2018
Dr Federico Prini
Dr Simon Benson
Professor Richard Birmingham
Professor Bob Dow
Full-Scale Seakeeping Trials of an All-Weather Lifeboat2018
I Wibawa
Professor Richard Birmingham
Improving Safety Working Environment on Indonesian Fishing Fleet: A Case Study on Local Fishing Communities in East Java2018
Serena Lim
Dr Serkan Turkmen
Dr Ali Bakhshandehrostami
Dr Federico Prini
Vita Kurniawati
et al.
Ship performance- using the real world as a laboratory 2018
Professor Richard Birmingham
I Wibawa
The Role of Aesthetics in Engineering Design – Insights Gained from Cross-cultural Research into Traditional Fishing Vessels in Indonesia2018
Professor Richard Birmingham
Dr Arun Dev
A Comparative Study in Design and Operation of Offshore Support Vessels (OSVs) between the North Sea and the Brazilian Water2016
Dr Federico Prini
Professor Richard Birmingham
Dr Simon Benson
Professor Bob Dow
Motions and Loads of a High-Speed Craft in Regular Waves: Prediction and Analysis2016
Dr Federico Prini
Dr Simon Benson
Professor Richard Birmingham
Professor Bob Dow
Seakeeping Analysis of a High-Speed Search and Rescue Craft by Linear Potential Theory2015
I Wibawa
Professor Richard Birmingham
Dr Michael Woodward
Challenges on designing sustainable fishing vessels for Indonesian fisheries2014
Dr Hossein Enshaei
Professor Richard Birmingham
The application of signal processing techniques for real-time monitoring of the dynamic stability of a ship via its motion responses2013
Professor Richard Birmingham
Design Principles and Criteria2012
Dr Hossein Enshaei
Professor Richard Birmingham
Professor Ehsan Mesbahi
Identification of influential parameters in a ship's motion responses: A route to monitoring dynamic stability2012
Professor Richard Birmingham
Dr Hossein Enshaei
Marine safety in Indonesian waters and some insights gained from the European experience2012
Professor Richard Birmingham
Monitoring of Dynamic Stability via Ship’s Motion Responses2012
Dr Hossein Enshaei
Professor Richard Birmingham
Monitoring of Dynamic Stability via Ship's Motion Responses2012
Dr Alan J Murphy
Professor Richard Birmingham
An investigation into a method for determining the stability of small craft without reference to hydrostatic data2009
Melanie Landamore
Oihane Cabezas Basurko
Dr Peter Wright
Professor Richard Birmingham
Create3S: An outline of the concept and overview of possible solution routes for the hull form2009
Dr Alan J Murphy
Melanie Landamore
Professor Richard Birmingham
The role of autonomous underwater vehicles for marine search and rescue operations2008
Professor Richard Birmingham
Professor Ehsan Mesbahi
Application of artificial neural networks in preliminary sailing yacht design2007
Melanie Landamore
Professor Martin Downie
Professor Richard Birmingham
Dr Peter Wright
Applying Stakeholder Consultation to the Identification of Sustainable Technologies for Inland Leisure Craft2007
Melanie Landamore
Oihane Cabezas Basurko
Dr Peter Wright
Professor Richard Birmingham
CREATE3S: An outline of the concept and overview of possible solution routes for the hull form2007
Melanie Landamore
Professor Richard Birmingham
Professor Martin Downie
Establishing the economic and environmental life-cycle costs of marine systems: A case study from the recreational craft sector2007
Melanie Landamore
Professor Richard Birmingham
Professor Martin Downie
Dr Peter Wright
Sustainable technologies for inland leisure craft2007
Emrys Jones
Professor Tony Roskilly
Ben Webster
Professor Richard Birmingham
Adaptive roll stabilization of fishing vessels2006
Professor Richard Birmingham
Design Principles and Criteria2006
Melanie Landamore
Professor Richard Birmingham
Professor Martin Downie
Establishing the Economic and Environmental Life Cycle Costs of Marine Systems: A Case Study from the Recretional Craft Sector2006
Professor Richard Birmingham
Dr Peter Wright
IMDC 2006 State of the Art Report - Marine Design Education2006
Professor Richard Birmingham
Melanie Landamore
Professor Martin Downie
Investigation of Sustainable Technologies for the Design, Construction, Operation and Decommissioning of Recreational Craft2006
Melanie Landamore
Dr Peter Wright
Professor Richard Birmingham
Professor Martin Downie
Investigation of sustainable technologies in the leisure craft sector2006
Melanie Landamore
Professor Richard Birmingham
Professor Martin Downie
Professor Ehsan Mesbahi
Steven Jackson
et al.
Life Cycle Analysis and Cost Benefit Analysis of Selected Technologies for Sustainable Inland Boating2006
Professor Richard Birmingham
Dr Meredith Williams
Shallow water bathymetry derived from VHR satellite (IKONOS) remote sensing (Red Sea Saudi Arabia)2006
Ahmed Alzahrani
Professor Richard Birmingham
Shallow Water Bathymetry Derived from VHR Satellite (IKONOS) Remote Sensing (Red Sea Saudi Arabia)2006
Dr Peter Wright
Professor Richard Birmingham
Towards Student Friendly Ship Design Software2006
Professor Richard Birmingham
Boat Building Techniques Illustrated2005
Ben Webster
Emrys Jones
Professor Richard Birmingham
Professor Tony Roskilly
Development and implementation of an adaptive roll stabilisation system for use on fishing vessels2005
Melanie Landamore
Professor Richard Birmingham
Professor Martin Downie
Dr Peter Wright
EcoBoat - Boats for a Sustainable Future on the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads2005
Professor Richard Birmingham
Jonathan McGregor
Creating a Framework for Risk Based Design2004
Professor Richard Birmingham
Design for Stability and Instability – Finding the Right Balance for Small Craft2004
Professor Richard Birmingham
Escort tug design alternatives and a comparison of their hydrodynamic performance2004
Professor Mehmet Atlar
Professor Richard Birmingham
Forebody optimisation of a conventioanl fishing vessel operating at FN=0.362004
Ahmed Alzahrani
Professor Richard Birmingham
Integration of Multispectral Satellite Imagery and Field Measurements for Inlet Channel Mapping in the Red Sea2004
Professor Richard Birmingham
Jonathan McGregor
Risk evaluation at the preliminary design stage of a high-speed craft2004
Professor Richard Birmingham
Jonathan McGregor
Risk Evaluation at the Preliminary Design Stage of High Speed Craft2004
Professor Tony Roskilly
Ben Webster
Professor Richard Birmingham
Adaptive Roll Stabilisation of Fishing Vessels2003
Jonathan McGregor
Professor Richard Birmingham
Application of Risk Based Methodology to the Preliminary Design Phase of High Speed Craft2003
Professor Richard Birmingham
Jonathan McGregor
Development of a Safety Based Design Tool for High Speed Craft2003
Emrys Jones
Ben Webster
Professor Richard Birmingham
Professor Tony Roskilly
Development of an Adaptive Roll Stabilisation System for Fishing Vessels2003
Ben Webster
Professor Richard Birmingham
Emrys Jones
Professor Tony Roskilly
The Application of Artificial Intelligence to Roll Stabilisation for a Range of Loading and Operating Conditions2003
Professor Richard Birmingham
Creating the Virtual Tug , Bilbao, Spain, 13 -17 May, 2002.2002
Professor Richard Birmingham
Ben Webster
Professor Tony Roskilly
The Application of Artificial Intelligence to Roll Stabilisation fo a Range of Loading and Operating Conditions2002
Professor Richard Birmingham
Dr Rod Sampson
Fishing Vessel Design in a Regulation Driven Environment Proceedings of 5th International Workshop on Stability and Operational Safety of Ships2001
Professor Richard Birmingham
Dr Rod Sampson
Sustainability and Survivability in the UK Fishing Fleet, a design Conflict?2001
Professor Richard Birmingham
Understanding Engineering Design - Context, Theory and Practice2001
Professor Richard Birmingham
Colin Cain
Emeritus Professor Pratyush Sen
Development and implementation of a design for safety procedure for search and rescue craft2000
Professor Richard Birmingham
Emeritus Professor Pratyush Sen
Colin Cain
Development and implementation of a design for safety procedure for search and rescue craft2000
Professor Richard Birmingham
Establishing safety limits for escort tug operations and so reducing the risks of pollution incidents2000
Professor Richard Birmingham
Exploring the possibility of stability assessment without reference to hydrostatic data2000
Professor Richard Birmingham
Modelling the stability behaviour of excort tugs in transient conditions2000
Colin Cain
Professor Richard Birmingham
Emeritus Professor Pratyush Sen
A practical formal safety assessment system for the marine design environment1999
Professor Richard Birmingham
Colin Cain
Emeritus Professor Pratyush Sen
A practical formal safety assessment system for the marine design environment1999
Professor Richard Birmingham
Wooden boatbuilding: practice and prospects1999