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Warship 2015: Future Surface Vessels conference papers

10-11 June 2015, Bath, UKBMT

 

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Conference 2015 Papers

The Warship 2015: Future Surface Warship International Conference papers are available in either printed or CD-ROM format. The CD-ROM version also contains the speakers Powerpoint presentation. 

  • The Shape of Fleets to Come by M W Hood, Phine Consulting Ltd, UK
  • A Trade-Off Space for the Evaluation of Warship Procurement Strategies by O D Tascon, Colombian Navy, Colombia and M E Sanjuan, Universidad del Norte, Colombia
  • Modularity in Shipdesign And Construction by R Pérez, C González, F Sánchez, F Alonso, SENER, Spain
  • Evaluation of Supportability in the Preliminary Design of Naval Ships by S Esbati, A S Piperakis, R J Pawling, D J Andrews, Design Research Centre, Marine Research Group, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University College London, UK
  • Future Risk Based Approaches in Warship Design by P James, Lloyd’s Register EMEA, UK
  • BAE Systems Naval Ships: Challenges and Transformation by G Rudgley and C Muskett, BAE Systems Naval Ships, UK
  • Developments in Naval Safety and Assurance by B Cuckson, Lloyds Register Marine UK and T Lear, BMT Defence Services Ltd UK
  • Designing Future Warships to Survive Accidental Damage by S Marshall CEng MRINA RCNC, Naval Authority Area: Ship Stability, Ministry of Defence, UK and I Randles MEng (Hons) MSc RCNC, Warship Support Naval Architect, Ministry of Defence, UK
  • Development of an Ultrasonic Non-Destructive Examination Method for Use on Composite Warships by J Downing, A Hook and M Sansom Babcock International, Devonport, UK
  • Rejuvenation of the Fast Marine Craft Sector in the United Kingdom by A F White, CTruk Boats Ltd., UK
  • Human-Centred, Scalable, Combat System Design for Littoral Operations by T Dobbins, STResearch, UK and Chalmers University Sweden, J Hill, Trident Marine, UK, T Thompson, T-Design, Coventry, UK, S McCartan, EBDIG-IRC, Department of Industrial Design, Coventry University, UK, T Brand, Strongwake, Canada and A Smoker, Lund University, Sweden
  • Human-System Integration to Achieve Through Life Cost Reduction by C Greenbank, BMT Reliability Consultants Ltd, UK, D Richards, Coventry University, UK and S Harmer, BMT Defence Services Ltd., UK
  • Human Interaction and Integration with Future Warships by R E J Westgarth, W Biggs and H J Dudfield QinetiQ, UK
  • The Loss of HMS Sheffield: A Technical Re­Assessment by D Manley FRINA, RCNC, UK Ministry of Defence
  • The Legacy of WWII Vulnerability to Modern Warship Design - Lessons Learned and Forgotten by D J Wright, Survivability Consulting Limited, UK
  • Survivability ­ the Human Element by R Pawling, University College London, UK and R Lamerton, BMT Defence Services Ltd., UK
  • Assuring a survivable future surface vessel ­Cost Effective Shock Modelling and Testing in the 21st Century by A Whatley, Weidlinger Associates Ltd, UK

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