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The main objective of this study is to analyze the structural response of a boat during a slamming event using the Finite Element Method in a Small Water Area Twin Hull (SWATH) type boat. In the mentioned load condition, the acceptance criteria established by a classification society must be fulfilled, taking into account the areas where this event affects the structure such as the junction deck, the pontoons and other structural members established by the standard, all this generated by the high pressure loads in the ship's structure in a very short period of time being an element of study in this type of vessels, as long as they are within the range of high speed vessels. Among the main results of this study were the deformations and stresses in the structure obtained under the reference parameters of the classification society.
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