Safety and Security Task in the Operation of Multipurpose Italian Navy Units

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Safety and Security Task in the Operation of Multipurpose Italian Navy Units

  1. 1. Safety and Security task in the operation of multipurpose Italian Navy Units Giovanni Caprino – CETENA S.p.A. CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa
  2. 2. Fincantieri Experience S. GIORGIO AMPHIBIOUS OPERATION • Since the mid -80s, the Italian Navy wanted to acquire naval vessels able to carry out either military and civil functions. • Fincantieri designed and built the ship class San Giorgio and San Giusto to fulfil with MMI requirement ITALIAN NAVY 2 LPD San Giorgio Class - In service date 1988 - Upgraded in 2002-2004 1 LPD San Giusto Class - In service date 1994 S. GIUSTO CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa TRAINING OPERATION
  3. 3. LPD “SAN GIORGIO” Class MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Length Over All 133.30 m Length Between Perpendicular 118.00 m Beam 20.50 m Depth 15.70 m Full Load Displacement 7650 t Speed 21 kts Range at 16 knots over 7500 nm Accommodation 520 people Main Engines 2 x 6600 kW Max continuous output 12350 kW Power output 3080 kW Flight Deck up to 4 spots Vehicle Deck abt. 400 metric lane Hospital Area abt. 130 m2 (and abt. 260 m2 of convertible area) Floodable Dock dimensions abt. 22x7 m Vehicle Ramps 1 stern (up to MBT) + 1 side Stabilizer Flume tanks CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa 3
  4. 4. MISSION PROFILE NATURAL CALAMITIES AS - EARTQUAKES FIRES FLOODS FAMINE EPIDEMICS ENTAIL FOLLOWING NEEDS - LOGISTIC SUPPORT FOODS FRESH WATER MEDICAL CARE PEOPLE EVACUATION ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY DEBRIS CLEANING COORDINATIONS CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa LPD CAN PROVIDE MATERIALS AND TROOPS TRANSPORTATION ADDITIONAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOOD COOKING-FOOD TRANSPORT FRESH WATER PRODUCTION HOSPITAL FACILITIES HELICOPTER AND CRAFTS OPERATIONS TO REACH THE SPOT - VEHICLE TRANSPORT AND LANDING - COMMUNICATIONS AND LANDING FACILITIES -
  5. 5. LPD SAN GIORGIO CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa 5
  6. 6. LPD SAN GIORGIO CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa 6
  7. 7. CARRYING CAPACITY REFUELLING FLOODABLE DOCK LANDING CRAFT HELICOPTER SPECIAL VEHICLES CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa HOSPITAL FREIGHT AMMUNITIONS & BATTLE FIELD WEAPONS BATTLE VEHICLES 7
  8. 8. TWO DECKS FOR CARGO 8 CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa
  9. 9. ASSISTANCE SAR OPERATIONS MEDICAL TREATMENT HOSPITAL HELO ASSISTED OPERATIONS 9 CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa
  10. 10. New tools for Ship Safety • Two possible aspects related to safety, prevention and management of critical events can be pointed out – related to the ship herself – interaction with the port. CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa
  11. 11. New tools for Ship Safety • Two possible aspects related to safety, prevention and management of critical events can be pointed out: – related to the ship herself – interaction with the port. CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa
  12. 12. New tools for Ship Safety - related to the ship herself Related to the ship herself “Safe Return to Port” provides solutions and tools to avoid the problem of the ship "stuck" in the middle of the sea. SRtP Assessment Fire / Flooding inside threshold Essential Systems are surviving? no Design review CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS yes
  13. 13. Vulnerability as Safe Return to Port background • CETENA (the Italian Ship Research Centre) has a long experience in ship survivability assessment in the challenging field of combat survivability of naval vessels. • Since the ‘90s, CETENA is involved in vulnerability studies for the Navy aiming at assessing the degree of inability of the ship to withstand damages and maintain its operational effectiveness. • A tool was developed to assess the degree of vulnerability of a given ship. • The survivability criterion used for these studies is: – the ship has not just to remain afloat after a damage but it shall have a defined level of operability in order to be able to perform the assigned ‘mission’ with a defined level of capability. CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa
  14. 14. New tools for Ship Safety - interaction with the port interaction with the port • Interactive ship simulators – Identification of the conditions and safety parameters necessary for manoeuvring the ship in port. – Verification of the feasibility of operations within ports – Identification of the critical weather and sea conditions, the number of tugs required and the procedures and/or routes more effective. CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa
  15. 15. Main Characteristics •Physic based •Modular •Interactive •Immersive •Reconfigurable •Interoperable Cetena’s new Ship Simulator CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa
  16. 16. Conclusions • Fincantieri and CETENA has a proven experience in design and building ship units dedicated to civil protection with excellent flexibility. • Safety is even more a leitmotiv in ship design for Military and Cruise Ships • Simulation can provide a substantial help in developing safety in Ship Shore interaction CPEXPO 2013 – October 29th Genoa
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