14-15 November 2019
Naples (Italy)
Europe/Rome timezone
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Type: extended abstract + paper Track: Ship and nautical design
Materials and structures for marine applications often require to combine high mechanical performance with lightness. Sandwich structures based on polymeric or metallic cores are traditional lightweight solutions for marine applications. However, common sandwich structures do not always offer a suitable protection from some ordinary in-service events such as low-velocity impacts with floating and ... More
Presented by Ms. Giulia PALOMBA
Type: extended abstract + paper Track: History of shipbuilding and navigation
In the eighteenth century, there were three major innovations that produced significant changes to shipbuilding and the ship. This is the advent of iron construction, the use of the alternative steam machine and the invention of propeller propulsion. The incipit of the development of steam propulsion originates in the mechanical transmission of boats with paddle wheels. Already in the Renaissance ... More
Presented by Prof. MASSIMO CORRADI
Type: extended abstract
Presentazione libro in apertura Convegno ATENA 2019 Titolo : Come progettavano i velieri – Alle origini dell’Architettura moderna di navi e yacht Presentazione : Cristiano Bettini Short Abstract Il XVIII secolo registra, dopo duemila anni dalla scoperta della legge idrostatica di Archimede, un cambio di passo radicale per l’Architettura navale, che avviene in epoca velica e si conce ... More
Presented by Dr. Cristiano BETTINI
Type: extended abstract + paper Track: Ship and nautical design
The motor yacht, in the course of its evolution in the modern period, ever since it has become an element of serial production and therefore of global diffusion, has profoundly retraced its typological identity: its external conformation has become over time an identifying element of the more different ways to conceive and decline yachting. By virtue of a principle closely related to social factor ... More
Presented by Dr. enrico CARASSALE
Type: extended abstract Track: Refitting and conservation of marine and maritime heritage
Restaurare Velarca è stato riportarla al suo poterla usare, viverla come catalizzatore di atmosfere, pensieri, scambi, come contenitore di culture, conoscenze e modi di essere. E come momento di svago. Perché Velarca nel modo in cui è stata voluta dai suoi proprietari e resa da Belgiojoso, Banfi, Perassutti e Rogers nel 1961 è stata tutto questo. Nella storia dell’imbarcazione in legno, rico ... More
Presented by Prof. Carlo BERTORELLO
Type: extended abstract Track: Maritime museums and libraries
Storica e monumentale sede della Marina Militare nella Capitale, “Palazzo Marina” assolve fin dalla sua fondazione il ruolo di importante “faro” di cultura marinara e di strumento di comunicazione della marittimità italiana. L’edificio è stato volutamente eretto sulle sponde del Tevere per ribadire la natura- le e storica vocazione marittima dell’Italia e per ricordare come la peniso ... More
Presented by Dr. Desirée TOMMASELLI
Type: extended abstract Track: Ship and nautical design
Abstract. La ricerca in oggetto intende investigare il settore delle RoPax, ovvero delle navi destinate al trasporto misto di passeggeri e veicoli dotati di ruote, oggi considerate tra i vettori di maggior interesse nella sfera del Transportation Design, grazie alle ricadute positive che il loro impiego ha evidenziato nell’ambito degli scambi commerciali e della coesione territoriale. Il ferry s ... More
Presented by Mr. Carmelo CASCINO, Mrs. Francesca ARINI
Type: extended abstract Track: Waterfront evolution and coastal marine environment
This paper aims to investigate societal sustainability according to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), that is the 17 global goals for Sustainable Development settled by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015. Especially, the study is focused on the cruise industry that is a segment of the wider tourism industry that does not know currently "crisis" in terms of increase of the cruise d ... More
Presented by Prof. ASSUNTA DI VAIO
Type: extended abstract + paper Track: History of shipbuilding and navigation
The history of the great Genoese power has generally well known historical reputation, which continues over the decades, with its roots sunk in the Middle Ages and lasting until the Renaissance, period of greater magnificence, in which it was known as the Superba. From a historical point of view related to shipbuilding, it is therefore interesting to find out which boats had to compose and thus gi ... More
Presented by Mrs. Claudia TACCHELLA
Type: extended abstract Track: The careers of the sea
The development of the Neapolitan royal fleet and of the merchant marine in the second half of 1700s provided for a good technical preparation for the officers and sailors: therefore, an articulated structure was created for the development of nautical studies. After the arrival of Charles of Bourbon (1734) the Academy of Navy was founded for the officers and a College for Pilots was created in Na ... More
Presented by Ms. Maria SIRAGO
Type: extended abstract Track: Naval architecture and marine engineering evolution
E’ in corso presso il DITEN della Scuola Politecnica dell’Università di Genova la catalogazione, a cura della Sezione Ligure Piemontese di ATENA. di un cospicuo numero di disegni progettuali navali risalenti alla fine del XIX secolo ed ai primi anni del XX, finora conservati in armadi presso la vasca navale della Scuola. Questi disegni, quasi certamente entrati a far parte del materiale dida ... More
Presented by Mr. Gianfranco DAMILANO