Nikola Vladimir
Nikola Vladimir
Professor, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, University of Zagreb
Verified email at fsb.hr
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An advanced theory of thin-walled girders with application to ship vibrations
I Senjanović, S Tomašević, N Vladimir
Marine Structures 22 (3), 387-437, 2009
902009
An advanced theory of moderately thick plate vibrations
I Senjanović, N Vladimir, M Tomić
Journal of Sound and Vibration 332 (7), 1868-1880, 2013
502013
Approximate natural vibration analysis of rectangular plates with openings using assumed mode method
DS Cho, N Vladimir, TM Choi
International Journal of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering 5 (3), 478-491, 2013
452013
Hydro-structural issues in the design of ultra large container ships
S Malenica, Q Derbanne
International Journal of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering 6 (4), 983-999, 2014
382014
Some aspects of structural modelling and restoring stiffness in hydroelastic analysis of large container ships
I Senjanović, N Vladimir, M Tomić, N Hadžić, Š Malenica
Ships and Offshore Structures 9 (2), 199-217, 2014
352014
Forced vibration analysis of arbitrarily constrained rectangular plates and stiffened panels using the assumed mode method
DS Cho, BH Kim, JH Kim, N Vladimir, TM Choi
Thin-walled structures 90, 182-190, 2015
342015
Modified Mindlin plate theory and shear locking-free finite element formulation
I Senjanović, N Vladimir, N Hadžić
Mechanics Research Communications 55, 95-104, 2014
332014
Vibration analysis of rotating toroidal shell by the Rayleigh-Ritz method and Fourier series
I Senjanović, N Alujević, I Ćatipović, D Čakmak, N Vladimir
Engineering Structures 173, 870-891, 2018
302018
Natural vibration analysis of rectangular bottom plate structures in contact with fluid
DS Cho, BH Kim, N Vladimir, TM Choi
Ocean engineering 103, 171-179, 2015
302015
Global hydroelastic analysis of ultra large container ships by improved beam structural model
I Senjanović, N Vladimir, M Tomić, N Hadžić, Š Malenica
International Journal of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering 6 (4 …, 2014
272014
Hydroelastic response of 19,000 TEU class ultra large container ship with novel mobile deckhouse for maximizing cargo capacity
HI Im, N Vladimir, Š Malenica, DS Cho
International Journal of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering 9 (3), 339-349, 2017
262017
Structural intensity analysis of stepped thickness rectangular plates utilizing the finite element method
DS Cho, TM Choi, JH Kim, N Vladimir
Thin-walled structures 109, 1-12, 2016
242016
Natural vibrations of thick circular plate based on the modified Mindlin theory
I Senjanovic, N Hadzic, N Vladimir, DS Cho
Archives of Mechanics 66 (6), 389-409, 2014
242014
Formulation of consistent restoring stiffness in ship hydroelastic analysis
I Senjanović, N Vladimir, M Tomić
Journal of Engineering Mathematics 72 (1), 141-157, 2012
242012
Natural vibration analysis of stiffened panels with arbitrary edge constraints using the assumed mode method
D Cho, N Vladimir, T Choi
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part M: Journal of …, 2015
222015
Effect of ship size on EEDI requirements for large container ships
N Vladimir, I Ančić, A Šestan
Journal of marine science and technology 23 (1), 42-51, 2018
212018
Frequency response of rectangular plate structures in contact with fluid subjected to harmonic point excitation force
DS Cho, BH Kim, JH Kim, N Vladimir, TM Choi
Thin-walled structures 95, 276-286, 2015
212015
Physical insight into Timoshenko beam theory and its modification with extension
I Senjanović, N Vladimir
Structural Engineering and Mechanics 48 (4), 519-545, 2013
212013
Life-cycle cost assessment of alternative marine fuels to reduce the carbon footprint in short-sea shipping: A case study of Croatia
M Perčić, N Vladimir, A Fan
Applied Energy 279, 115848, 2020
202020
A finite strip for the vibration analysis of rotating cylindrical shells
I Senjanović, I Ćatipović, N Alujević, N Vladimir, D Čakmak
Thin-walled structures 122, 158-172, 2018
202018
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