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ICCAS 2013- Conference papers

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Conference Papers

The International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding - ICCAS 2013 papers are produced in three volume and are available in either printed or CD-ROM format. The CD-ROM version also contains the presentors Powerpoint presentations.

 

Contents Volume 1 

  • Integrated 3D Ship Design and Information Management - Saving time and reducing costs with integrated 3D ship design and on-line ship life cycle information management; M. Juntunen, NUPAS-CADMATIC, Finland
  • An Efficient Retrofit Planning Workflow; A Friedewald, F Titov, P S Halata and H Lödding, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
  • A Computer System for Real Option Analysis of Investment in Ships; F. C. M. Pires Jr, Rio de Janeiro Federal University, Brazil and M. Rezende Filho, Gama Filho University, Brazil
  • Case-Based Configuration Estimation of Steel Weight in Ships According to Principal Component Analysis; Liang-Chun Chen, Ching-Hsiang Chuang, I-Hsin Ko, Chih-Chiang Ying, Cheng-Kuan Lin ,CSBC Corporation and Taiwan, Ying-Han Wu, Heiu-Jou Shaw, Department of Systems and Naval Mechatronic Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
  • 4D Planning ­ Production-Scheduling Optimization for Hull Outfitting; C Bouvet, Siemens PLM Software, FRANCE
  • Reducing Workload in Production Design Stage by Rule-Based Automation of CAD; S. Yamauchi, Intergraph Corporation, Japan. A. Zuurhout, Intergraph Corporation, USA and Y. Kosaka, Shin Kurushima Dockyard Co., Ltd., Japan
  • Role of Classification Societies Towards Advances in Software Development; A K Shetty, India
  • An Advanced Solution for Recording, Visualization, and Assessment of Thickness Measurements of Ships; M Wilken, U Langbecker and M Moldenhauer, Germanischer Lloyd, Germany
  • How Classic Systems Engineering Process Must Change to be Effective for Use in Ship Design; J L Martin, SAMOSC Ltd. UK
  • A Study on the Optimization of Ship Design Process Using Wildcard GA; K Hamada, R Fujii, Y Hironaka and M Kitamura, Hiroshima University, Japan
  • Interactive Steering of a Ship Synthesis Model for Early Requirements Elucidation; E A E Duchateau, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, BJ van Oers, Defence Materiel Organisation MoD, The Netherlands and JJ Hopman, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
  • Next-Generation Design Paradigm for Shipbuilders; Stewart Bresler, Amy Strucko, Paul Sicking, Siemens PLM Software, USA
  • New Approach to Design Transition in Korean Production Environment; D J Lee, Sener Korea Engineering and Systems Co., Ltd., Korea and R Perez, Sener Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A., Spain
  • Effect of Different Corrosion Additions on Ultimate Strength Performance of Double Hull Oil Tankers; C G Li, X M Zhang, J K Seo, B J Kim, J K Paik, The Ship and Offshore Research Institute, (The Lloyd’s Register Foundation Research Centre of Excellence), Pusan National University, Republic of Korea, D K Kim, Graduate School of Engineering Mastership, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea
  • Collapse Strength Analysis of I-Girder at Elevated Temperatures; S I Park, J H Kim and D H Lee The Ship and Offshore Research Institute (The Lloyd’s Resister Foundation Research Centre of Excellence), Pusan National University, Korea
  • Structural Response Characteristics of Ships Involved in Collision Accident; S T Ince, S A M Youssef, Y S Kim, J K Seo, B J Kim and J K Paik, The Ship and Offshore Research Institute (The Lloyd’s Register Foundation Research Centre of Excellence), Pusan National University, Busan, Republic of Korea
  • Combining Layout Features of Multiple Designs into a New Design; E H Takken, Netherlands’ Defence Materiel Organisation, The Netherlands and A Bons, Maritime Research Institute Netherlands, The Netherlands
  • Development of Marine Propulsion Shafting Load Measurement and Calculation System; Ji Wang , Shengjun Gu , Yu-jun Liu, Zhiyuan Wei, Zhi Qu, School of Naval Architecture, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China
  • Migration Process Between CAD Systems; José Sánchez-Arévalo Agundo, SENER Ingeniería y sistemas, Spain and Guangwu Liu, Sener Shanghai System, China
  • An Advanced Step in Integrating Database-Controlled Shipbuilding CAD with PLM Systems; R Penas, Sener Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A., Spain

 

Contents Volume 2 

  • Innovative Tool for Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams and Electrical Schematics; A Cebollero, Sener Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A., Spain and Y H Kim, Sener Korea Engineering and Systems Co., Ltd., Korea
  • Development of Visualized Status Management System for Ship Outfitting Using BOM and 3D Model; Y Yoshitomi and H Mizokawa, Japan Marine United Corporation, Japan
  • The Digital Handover; D Thomson, AVEVA Solutions Ltd, UK
  • Development of High Precision Basic Design; Y Nakao, K Hirai , T Hirayama and M Katsuragi Oshima Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Japan and Ken Ito, CIM Creation Co., Ltd., Japan
  • A Novel Modeling for Performance Assessment of Kites as Auxiliary Propulsion Device for Merchant Ships; R Leloup, K Roncin, G Bles, J-B Leroux, C Jochum, LBMS, ENSTA - Bretagne, France and Y Parlier, OCEA, France
  • Product Lifecycle Management in the Shipbuilding and Shipping Industries - An Update; Matthias Grau, Lars Wagner, PROSTEP, Germany and Christian Cabos, Germanischer Lloyd SE, Germany
  • How 3D Laser Scanning Brings New Opportunities in Refitting and Conversion; G Farrow, AVEVA Solutions Ltd, UK
  • Materials Management in Shipyards from an Offshore Perspective; Marcel Veldhuizen, Intergraph Corporation, Netherlands, Michael Buss and Satish Hota, Intergraph Corporation, Huntsville
  • LTE-Based Smart Shipyard Implementation and BYOD Strategy; Seung-Uk So, Ok-Hung Hyun, In-Sung Lee, Da-Hye Jang and Hyung-Tae Cho, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering co. Ltd. Republic of Korea
  • Application of Speech Recognition Technology in Shipyards; M. Nagano, Japan Marine United Corporation, Japan
  • FE Analysis and Lead Time Reduction by Combined Use of CAD and CAE; S Kasai, SENER JAPAN Engineering and Systems, K.K, Japan, T Kunisada, Sanoyas Shipbuilding Corporation, Japan, Y Ohtsuki, Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd, Japan, R Ikeda, Namura Shipbuilding Co., Ltd, Japan, Y Tamura, Altair Engineering, Ltd, Japan and Y Sasaki, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai, Japan
  • Utilization of a 3D Product Model to Fulfill the New IACS CSR-H Rule Requirements; T Hulkkonen, NAPA, Finland, C Cabos, GL, Germany, M Kidogawa, ClassNK, Japan, T Kurki, NAPA, Finland, B Tietgen, GL, Germany
  • Development of Light-Weight Model Based Erection Clearance Check System for Shipbuilding and Ocean Engineering; Heung-Won Suh, Dae-Hyung Lee, Jong-Yeol Jung, Sung-Min Kim, Seong-Hyun Shin, Jae-Jun Lee, Ho-Young Lee, Ji-Hoon Lee, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering CO.,LTD. R&D Institute
  • Use of CFD in Optimizing Engine Room Air-Conditioning; Rahul Banerjee, Arjun Mandrekar and Vivek Meena, Indian Maritime University ­ Visakhapatnam Campus, India
  • Using Simulation to Justify and Develop Quiescent Period Prediction Systems for the Royal Navy; Dr. B Ferrier, Hoffman Engineering Corporation, Dynamic Interface Laboratory, USA, Dr. J Duncan, Mr. A Curnow and Mr. J. Duncan Defence Equipment & Support, MOD, UK, Dr. M. R. Belmont, Exeter University, UK and  Mr. P. Crossland, QinetiQ Haslar, UK
  • Application of a Factory Simulation Tool to the Outfitting Process; Y. Sasaki, K. Okada and S. Inoue, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, LTD., Japan
  • Ship Hull Form Optimization Using Genetic Algorithms; M. Thombre, Sea Syst Consultants and Engineers, India
  • Class Surveys ­ Milestones in the Ship Lifecycle; Ulrike Moser and Wiegand Grafe and Christian Cabos, Germanischer Lloyd SE, Germany
  • Development of Software System for Generating Curved Shell Plates’ Processing Plan Using Virtual Templates; J Sun, K Hiekata, H Yamato, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan and N Nakagaki and A Sugawara, Sumitomo Heavy Industries Marine & Engineering Co. Ltd., Japan
  • Numerical Simulation on Doubly Curved Ship Hull Thick Plate Forming With Multi-Press Head; Hu Yong, Laboratory of High Performance Ship Technology of Ministry of Education, Wuhan University of Technology, China and Xiang Yong, Zheng Beijia, Zhang Yi and Wang Chengfang, School of Transportation, Wuhan University of Technology, China
  • Automatic Pipe Routing to Avoid Air Pockets; Y Ando and H Kimura, Naval Architecture and Marine Systems Engineering Course of Kyushu University, Japan
  • Numerical Simulation of Ship Frame Cool Forming Process; LI Pei-yong, Song Jun-jie, WANG Cheng-fang, MAO Yun-sheng, Key Laboratory of High Performance Ship Technology of Ministry of Education, Wuhan University of Technology, China
  • Prediction and Control of Car Ferry Superstructure Blocks Deformation Induced by Welding and Straightening, Y Hama, M Sano, M Kawaji, Naikai Zosen Corp, Japan and Y Katayama, H Murakawa, Y Okumoto, S Rashed, Osaka University, Japan
  • Demonstration of AR Application for Sheet Metal Forming Works in Shipyard; Kohei Matsuo, National Maritime Research Institute, Japan
  • Monitoring System for Advanced Construction Management (Integration Methods of Monitoring Data to Generate Virtual Job Shop); J Liu, J Hirota, CX Wu, and K Aoyama, Department of Systems Innovation, School of Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Research on the Intelligent Design Method of Block Lifting in Shipbuilding; R Li, Y J Liu, J Wang, F Zhang, X M Zhang, School of Naval Architecture, Dalian University of Technology, China
  • Optimization of the Welding in the Erection Scheduling of a Suezmax Tanker Ship; H A Tokola, Aalto University School of Engineering, Finland, L F Assis, and R M Freire, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and E Niemi, Aalto University School of Engineering, Finland
  • A Material Distribution Scheduling for Rigging Ship-Hull Blocks with Pipes; K Noda, S Shindo, and H Kimura, Kyushu University, Japan
  • Innovative Collaboration Between Initial Structural & Production; D Y Park, Timetec Co.Ltd, Korea
  • Integrating CAD/ CAM in A PDM/ERP Environment; T. de Jonge and P. Filius, Nupas-Cadmatic, Netherlands and T. Hokuni, Nupas-Cadmatic Finland

 

Contents Volume 3

  • JT as the Foundation of Collaboration in Ship Lifecycle: The First ISO Standard for Lightweight 3D Visualization; Ji Zheng Zhao, Siemens PLM Software, China
  • Diversification ­ The Technology Aspects; S Neuvéglise, AVEVA Solutions Ltd, UK
  • Development of Real-Time and Paperless Collaborative System Due to Engineering Changes in Shipbuilding Using Mobile Platform; G. Baek, D. H. Lee, M. K. Han, S. U. Cheon, J. R. Son, Y. T. Kim, and H. Yoon, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., Korea
  • ‘Robot Tank System’ And Development of Integrated Management System for Various Measured Data in Tank Tests,H Yamato, K Hiekata, T Mitsuyuki and Y Kawano, Graduate School of Frontier Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan and M Enomoto, Y Tsuchiya, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Study of Icing-Up in the Fresh Water Tanks of the Semisubmersible Drilling Rigs Operated in Northern Seas; I.V. Kudinovich and M.N. Syraleva, Krylov State Research Centre, Russia
  • The Use of Computer Simulation Technology in Early Stage Ship Design; A. Gharib, D. J. Andrews and H. D. Griffiths, University College London, UK
  • Advanced Ship Direct Strength Analysis System in Full Compliance with Common Structural Rules (TCAD-DSA/CSR), Using Parametric Modelling Application TCAD; Y Miyoshi and T Fujii, Oshima Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Japan, M Maki and S Hirakawa, Japan Marine United Corporation, Japan and D Fujita and Y Kamimaru, Technostar Co., Ltd., Japan
  • A Scalable Approach to 3D Visualization and Review Throughout the Shipbuilding Lifecycle; D Larkins, M Waldie, and D Morais, SSI, Canada
  • Securing Data Quality Along the Supply Chain; M Grau and J Stjepandic, PROSTEP AG, Germany and C Rupert, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, Germany
  • Empowered Engineering: Availability of Engineering Data Throughout the Shipyard; D Morais, M Waldie and D Larkins SSI, Canada
  • Virtual Offshore Rig Experience Based on Modelling and Simulation Technology; KP Park, SH Ham, JB Lee and AR Jo, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, Korea
  • Crane Lifting Simulation for Production Planning in Shipbuilding; Seung-Ho Ham, Kwang-Phil Park and Chan-Young Lee, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, Korea
  • The Use of Aircraft/Ship Dynamic Interface Simulation in the Deck Design of All Weather Manned and Unmanned Helicopter Shipboard Operations; Dr. B Ferrier, Hoffman Engineering Corporation, Dynamic Interface Laboratory, USA, Dr. J Duncan, MOD, DE&S HQ, Ships Operating Centre, UK and Mr. R. Ernst, NAVAIR PMA 266, Patuxent River, USA
  • Challenges Faced by a Small Ship Yard in Integrating Computer Aided Design and Production Processes ­ A Real Life Case Study; A N O Paine, Dr R S Ransing, Dr D T Gethin, Swansea University, UK, and G J Sims, J M Richley, L J Boissevain, M W Lewis, Mustang Marine (Wales) Ltd, UK
  • Integrated Design and Production Planning for Ship Block Assembly and Construction; CY Shon, K Cochran, T Ladran, JH Lee, Intergraph Corporation, South Korea and USA
  • Challenges in Early Ship Design. Integrated Solution from Concept to Production; R. de Góngora, SENER, Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A., Spain
  • Multi-Platform Collaboration Tool for Ship Design and Production; R.Benčić, M.Milanović, G.Šikić and M.Bistričić, Uljanik Shipbuilding Computer Systems (USCS), Pula, Croatia
  • Multi-Agent System for an Emission Policy Making on International Shipping to Plan Specifications of Innovate Green Shipping; Le Sun, Takeki Mori, Chenxi WU, Kazuya Oizumi and Kazuhiro Aoyama, Department of Systems Innovation, School of Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Ontology-Based Method for Ship General Arrangement Design Using Design Intention Driven Technology; K Li, M Chen, Y Lin, School of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, China
  • Adapting and Adopting 3D Design Technology to Cruise Ships; M Polini and Y Limon Duparcmeur, Intergraph Corporation and P Lemoine, STX France
  • Anti-Vibration Reinforcement Design Methodology of Ship Engine Room Using Topology Optimization; M Daifuku, K Kawasaki, A Takezawa and M Kitamura, Hiroshima University, Japan and H Terashita and Y Ohtsuki, Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Japan
  • Intellectual Property Protection in the Maritime Industry ­ State- of- the-Art Review and Solution Approaches; M Grau, H Liese and J Stjepandic, PROSTEP, Germany
  • Issue Management Fidelity in Shipbuilding Lifecycle; Malay Pal, Siemens PLM Software, India
  • HOMER - Integrated Hydro-Structure Interactions Tool for Naval and Off-Shore Applications; S.Malenica, Q.Derbanne, F.X.Sireta, F.Bigot, E.Tiphine, G.De-Hauteclocque and X.B.Chen, Bureau Veritas, France
  • Tank Hydrodynamics in the Organized Analysis By SESAM Manager; Z Pan, T Vada, A Ludvigsen, S Finne, DNV, Norway
  • Hydrodynamic Analysis for NPL Series Round Bilge Hull Form Ships; Tatan Paul, Anuj Kumar Verma, Pramit Kumar Sarkar, Indian Maritime University, Vishakhapatnam Campus-Department of Naval architecture and Ocean engineering, India and Revathi Chavali, School of Maritime Design and Research, Visakhapatnam, India
  • Computer Application for Shaft Alignment Design; Yu. Batrak, R. Batrak, D. Berin, Intellectual Maritime Technologies, Ukraine
  • Development of a Life Cycle Cost Optimised Safety System for Stabilising Damaged Vessels or Lifting Sunken Vessels; N. Fischer and R. Ahlers, BALance Technology Consulting GmbH, Germany
  • 2D in a 3D World: Classification Drawings from 3D Product Model; D Morais, D Larkins and M Waldie, SSI, Canada

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