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The impact of modular ship design of the life cycle of a naval vesse

by Rodney Longhurst Cook

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Published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology .
Written in English

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    Get this from a library! A holistic approach to ship design. Volume 1, Optimisation of ship design and operation for life cycle. [Apostolos Papanikolaou;] -- This book introduces a holistic approach to ship design and its optimisation for life-cycle operation. It deals with the scientific background of the adopted approach and the associated synthesis. WASHINGTON (NNS) -- Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) formally established the Surface Ship Life Cycle Management (SSLCM) Activity on May 8 in a ceremony at Norfolk Naval .

    The ship's life cycle. A vessel affects the environment in different ways from the time it is built until it is scrapped. However, much can be done to minimise these impacts during a ship's life cycle. 1. Design & concept. The best opportunity for influencing the ship’s environmental impact is when the actual ship concept is developed. Fuel. () Product life-cycle management in ship design: From concept to decommission in a virtual environment. 29th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation, {ECMS} , Albena (Varna), Bulgaria, May , Proceedings.

    Oguz, E, Jeong, B, Wang, H & Zhou, P , Life cycle and cost assessment on engine selection for an offshore tug vessel. in C Guedes Soares & AP Teixeira (eds), Maritime Transportation and Harvesting of Sea Resources: Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of the International Maritime Association of the Mediterranean (IMAM Design Sciences Series Workshop on Modular Adaptable Ships. Dates: 14 Nov - 15 Nov The ASNE Design Sciences Series of workshops and conferences explore emerging design approaches, methods, processes and tools for the successful design of naval engineering projects.


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The impact of modular ship design of the life cycle of a naval vesse by Rodney Longhurst Cook Download PDF EPUB FB2

The impact of modular ship design of the life cycle of a naval vesse. by Cook, Rodney LonghurstPages: The crucial issues affecting the use of modularity are discussed, and the benefits and negative aspects of modularity in ship design are summarized.

The impact of the modular concept on the ship design process is analyzed and conclusions are drawn as to the concept's technical and economic by: DESCRIPTION: Navy ships are built to stringent size constraints. Ensuring essential mission systems are accommodated is the primary objective in the design of a Navy ship.

Remaining areas and space for crew accommodations have to be optimized. Efficient use of allotted space and compartments on Navy ships is essential. LIFE CYCLE COST OF MAINTAINING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A SHIP’S STRUCTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF SHIP DESIGN PARAMETERS G A Gratsos, Naval Architect, Shipowner, President Hellenic Chamber of Shipping, Greece P Zachariadis, Naval Architect, Technical Director, Atlantic Bulk Carriers Management Ltd., Greece SUMMARYFile Size: KB.

•E: Yearly environmental impact of propulsion during ship operation. •n: Return on investment time (in years) A detailed Life cycle analysis of the technology is required. But no Life Cycle Analysis of the full ship. Maritime vessel obsolescence, life cycle cost and design service life.

O Dinu 1 and A M Ilie 1. Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Vol Modern Technologies in Industrial Engineering (ModTech) 17–20 JuneMamaia, Romania.

A true modular design gives the Fleet the ability to tailor the mix of baseline ships, single-mission ships, and multimission ships to be exactly what the combatant commanders require. The scalability of the Fleet lends itself to cost and time savings for manpower and training resources (afloat and ashore) since manning and training are delivered at the particular requisite level.

Life-Cycle Management. As a result of the changing deployment roles and new security-related conditions, the requirements on naval vessels are increasing with regard to availability, reliability and readiness. Technical processes on vessels continue to become more complex.

Despite limited budgets for investment, tactical require. The end of the life-cycle of a vessel is naturally relevant to the environment. While recycling normally takes place far from the influence of the equipment manufacturer, the choice of materials and the design of marine equipment and ships can help minimize the impact of decommissioning.

Sea Trial – At sea trial the ship and ship equipment performance is tested and the result is kept as a performance record of the vessel. Delivery – A new ship is born. After the delivery ceremony, the captain, chief engineer and crew embark for the ship’s maiden voyage.

Final. What are the U.S. Navy's options for extending the service lives of operational ships by adopting the concepts of modularity and flexibility in ship design.

Researchers examine the concepts of modularity and flexibility, technological trends, the current geopolitical context, and lessons from past incorporation of new missions and technologies into naval ships.

In ship design, volumes and weights are assigned to functions, and then integrated and balanced within the ship hull [38, 39]. Due to the difficulty of matching the described physical ship with. Request PDF | Modular IPS machinery arrangement in early-stage naval ship design | Electrical power demands for naval surface combatants are projected to rise with the development of increasingly.

Maritime Administration Ship Second Street S.W. AmNcian Bureau of Shyping Structure Washington, D.C. PH: () Committee FAX: () An Interagency Advisory Committee Dedicated to the Improvement of Marine Structures SSC August 2, SR DESIGN GUIDE FOR SHIP STRUCTURAL DETAILS.

cost. Yet, life cycle costs could be less if a larger ship’s design was more adaptable, despite being larger in size and weight. To determine future directions for designing adaptable ships, Navy decisionmakers need to answer the following three questions: • What modularity and flexibility concepts should the Navy apply.

5. Ship design. The main objective of this part of the work has been the concept level implementation of the Gen4Energy SMR reactor technology on a Suezmax tanker ship design that promises as low as practicably possible potential of environmental damage or loss of life due to nuclear radiation or oil spills.

The Naval Ship Life Cycle Cost (LCC) Model is an extension to SPAR’s existing cost model for estimating costs for ship design and new construction.

This cost model now includes features for estimating the costs of ship operations and other life cycle activities. With the LCC estimating features linked directly to the design and. made integration design. Our experienced naval ar-chitects and engineers tailor the design and handle classification approvals thereby ensuring efficient installation and avoiding costly surprises.

If neces-sary, we use laser scanning to verify the exact input measures from the existing ship. Marine Life Cycle Solutions – Environmental Retrofits. ISSC Committee V Naval Ship Design 2. CLASSIFICATION OF A NAVAL COMBATANT – THE PROCESS Introduction Classification Rules are being used more and more as the design basis for naval ship strength, replacing many of the Navies` Rules & Regulations.

In light of this, the structural aspects of naval ships may in many cases be a subject. To boost ship numbers without spending much more money, the U.S. Navy put a new twist on an old idea, "modularity." But that plug-and-play approach has proven very expensive.

As the Navy struggles. From new system design to obsolescence management and platform upgrades, Moog supports the complete life cycle of today’s modern naval forces. Moog naval capabilities encompass: design engineering expertise, simulation, complex integration, manufacturing, rapid prototyping, and modeling –.

However, fully designing ships in this modular way is proceeding slowly. Maniquis said language relating to this kind of modularity will be in the Navy’s FY request for proposals language for multiyear vessel purchases, but that means ships .Holistic Optimisation of Ship Design and Operation for Life Cycle J.

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