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Toshifumi Fujiwara

Born in 1968


Title

Senior Researcher, Ph.D.


Specialty

Ship dynamics, Ocean engineering, Wind engineering


Personal history

Dr Toshifumi Fujiwara is a Senior Researcher in the National Maritime Research Institute (NMRI), Japan.
He received a Bachelor of Engineering Degree with honors, 1992, Master of Engineering Degree, 1994 from Osaka Prefecture University and Ph.D. in the ship performance evaluation in the heavy sea, especially for the proposed new estimation method of wind loads acting on the ships, from the same university in 2006.
He has the research works relating to stability and manoeuvring ability of ships and had relevance for the discussion on rulemaking in Ministry of Transport, Japan and International Maritime Organization (IMO) for the ship maritime safety in 1998-2001.
He joined the project of the development of new type sailing ship in 2002-2003.
He stayed in the Ship Science, School of Engineering Sciences, University of Southampton, UK, in 2003-2004 as a Senior Research Fellow.
From 2011, he has been concerned with the research of VIM(Vortex Induced Motion) on a MPSO (Mono-column type Floating Production Storage and Offloading) floater and a Spar type floater.
Now he belongs to the Ocean Energy Research Group, Offshore Renewable Energy Exploitation Department in NMRI.

1994.4 Ship Dynamics Division, Ship Research Institute, Ministry of Transport
1998.4 Maritime Technology and Safety Bureau, Ministry of Transport
2000.4 Ship Dynamics Division, Ship Research Institute (Return)
2001.4 Ship Dynamics Division, National Maritime Research Institute
2002.4 Chief Researcher, Manoeuvring and Control Research Group,
Department of Maritime Safety
2003.9-2004.9 University of Southampton, UK
2004.4 Chief Researcher, Manoeuvring and Control Research Group,
Advanced Maritime Transport Technology Department,
National Maritime Research Institute
2006.4 Chief Researcher, Marine Dynamics Research Group,
Fluids Engineering Department
2008.4 Chief Researcher, Project Team for Ship Performance Index '10 mode at Sea'
2009.7 Chief Researcher, Marine Dynamics Research Group, Fluids Engineering Department,
and Section Head of Research Coordination, Planning Department
2011.7 Head of Offshore Engineering System Research Group, Ocean Engineering Department
2014.4 Head of Ocean Utilization Assessment Research Group, Offshore Renewable Energy Exploitation Department
2015.4 Head of Ocean Energy Research Group, Offshore Renewable Energy Exploitation Department


Main Research Papers

Experimental Investigation of VIM Characteristics on Spar Type Floater in Higher Reynolds Number, Journal of the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers Vol.20, 2014, pp39-47. (in Japanese)
An Experimental Investigation of Cylindrical Floater VIM in Current and Waves, OMAE2014-23702, OMAE2014.
Experimental Investigation of VIM Characteristics on Column Type Floater in Supper Critical Reynolds Number, OMAE2013-10473, OMAE2013.
Wind Effect Estimation and Navigational Effect in Side by Side Offloading Operation for FLNG and LNG Carrier Ships, OTC23166, OTC2012.
Wind Effect Estimation in Side by Side Offloading Operation for FLNG and LNG Carrier Ships, OMAE2012-83139, OMAE2012.
Free Running Model Test on a Large Container Ship under Wind and Waves at Towing Tank, Journal of the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers Vol.8, 2008, pp155-162. (in Japanese)
Estimation Method of Wind Load for a Container Ship with Clearance Gaps, Journal of the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers Vol.10, 2009, pp159-166. (in Japanese)
Experimental Investigation and Estimation on Wind Forces for a Container Ship, ISOPE2009, 2009, pp555-562.
Cruising Performance of a Large Passenger Ship in Heavy Sea, ISOPE2006, 2006.
Cruising Performance of Ships with Large Superstructures in Heavy Sea - 2nd report: Added Resistance induced by Wind and Waves, and Optimum Ship Routing -, Journal of the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers Vol.3, 2006, pp147-155. (in Japanese)
Cruising Performance of Ships with Large Superstructures in Heavy Sea - 1st report: Added Resistance induced by Wind -, Journal of the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers Vol.2, 2005, pp257-269. (in Japanese)
A New Estimation Method of Wind Forces and Moments acting on Ships on the basis of Physical Component Models, Journal of the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers Vol.2, 2005, pp243-255. (in Japanese)
・ New Estimation Method of Wind Forces acting on Ships on the basis of Mathematical Model, ISOPE2005, 2005.
・ Roll Motion of Ro-Ro Passenger Ship with Flooded Vehicle Deck, International Journal of Offshore and Polar Engineering Vol.15-2, 2005, pp109-116.
Steady Sailing Performance of a Hybrid-sail Assisted Bulk Carrier, Journal of Marine Science and Technology Vol.10-3, 2005, pp131-146.
Sail-Sail and Sail-Hull Interaction Effects of Hybrid-sail Assisted Bulk Carrier, Journal of Marine Science and Technology Vol.10-2, 2005, pp82-95.
On Development of High Performance Sails for an Oceangoing Sailing Ship, MARSIM03, 2003.
On Aerodynamic Characteristics of a Hybrid-Sail with Square Soft Sail, ISOPE2003, 2003.
On Estimation of Ship Rolling Motion with Flooded Water on Vehicle Deck, ISOPE2002, 2002.
・ A Study on Estimaton Method of Ship Rolling Motion with Flooding Water on Deck, Journal of The Kansai Society of Naval Architects, Japan, Vol.237, 2002. (in Japanese)
An Estimation Method of Wind Forces and Moments acting on Ships, Proceeding of Mini Symposium on Prediction of Ship Manoeuvring Performance, 2001.
Estimation of Wind Forces and Moments acting on Ships, Journal of The Society of Naval Architects of Japan, Vol.183, 1998. (in Japanese)


Address

    Ocean Energy Research Group
    Offshore Renewable Energy Exploitation Department
    National Maritime Research Institute
    6-38-1 Shinkawa Mitaka Tokyo 181-0004 JAPAN
    Phone:+81 422 41 3059
    Fax:+81 422 41 3143
    E-mail: fujiwara(at)nmri.go.jp


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