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ICCAS 2007 - Conference papers

18th - 20th September 2007, Portsmouth, UKICCAS Logo



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Conference Papers

The International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding - ICCAS 2007 papers are produced in three volume and are available in print and CD-ROM format. The CD-ROM version also contains the presentors Powerpoint presentations.

Contents Volume 1

  • Keynote Speech ­ View from a Spaceship; I. Solodilova-Whiteley, Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd.
  • Keynote Speech ­ Computing the Trireme; D. Pattison, Hon. Research Fellow ­ University College London, B. Rankov, Royal Holloway , University of London.
  • Integrated Web-Based Information System For Offshore Project; H T Cho, G S Kang, H W Suh and S U So, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co Ltd, Korea.
  • Knowledge Based Quality Checking of Ship Product Data; R. Bronsart, University of Rostock, Germany, S. D. Bade, Germanischer Lloyd, W. Geitmann, Aker Yards, H. Hinrichs, FR. Lürssen Werft, Th. Koch, Atlantec-es, H. Matthiesen, SMK Ingenieurbüro, Germany
  • Providing an Optimised, Sustainable Future Software Platform to Support Integrated Computer Aided Assessment Against Lloyds Register Rules; P.A Roberts and T. Sonmez, Lloyd’s Register, London, UK
  • It Worked For Fridges ! - Why Shipbuilding Needs An Industry-Specific PLM Solution; M Gwyther, AVEVA Solutions Ltd, UK
  • Experienced Marine Design and Data Use; Y L Duparcmeur and J Butler, Intergraph Corporation, USA, R Patience, Engineering Knowledge Models Pty Ltd., Australia
  • Computer Aided Approval ­ From Vision To Reality; U Eberwien, S D Bade, W Grafe and R Stute, Germanischer Lloyd, Germany, P-O Nilsson, Aveva, Sweden.
  • Process Innovation Along The Steel Supply Chain Between Global Shipbuilder And Steel Company With The Extended ERP System; Inil-Kim, HeeChung-Park, Sangkuk-Han and Seonghwan-Han , Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Eng., Korea, Taewook-Kim and Heeyeol-Lee, POSCO, Korea
  • Integrated 3D Design Environment For Early Design Stage; Naoki Ueda and Shingen Takeda, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan.
  • Reporting Strategies for a Competence-Oriented Management Information System; C Nedess, A Friedewald, U Kaniess and M Kurzewitz, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany.
  • Optimizing Product Configuration Decision Times in Shipbuilding; R L Storch, University of Washington, USA, R F Lu, The Boeing Company, USA, T D Petersen, Aalborg Industries, Denmark
  • Choosing CAD Tools For The 21st Century; B Dunseath and C Sear, Submarine Solutions, BAE Systems, D Murray and J McLauchlan, Surface Fleet Solutions, BAE Systems, UK
  • E-Learning Infrastructure For Naval Architecture And Ocean Engineering Education; R. Bronsart, M.-C. Wanner and P. Muesebeck, University of Rostock, W. Fricke and T. Rung, Hamburg University of Technology, M. Abdel-Maksoud, University of Duisburg-Essen, G. F. Clauss, Technical University of Berlin, U. Glowalla, University of Giessen, Germany.
  • Using Design of Experiments to Set Submarine Concept Design Requirements; M. Arvidson and D. Nagy, Naval Sea Systems Command, USA
  • Automatic Subdivision of Ship Hull Surfaces for Block Structured Mesh Generation; R Bronsart and G Knieling, University of Rostock, Germany.
  • Technology Enablers for Computer-Aided Fleet Operation CAFO a Vision; Jens Viggers, Odense Steel Shipyard LTD, Denmark.
  • Enhanced Ship Design Computer Tools to Improve Passenger Comfort and Crew Performance; J.M. Ross, Alion Science and Technology, USA.

Contents Volume 2

  • An Innovative Approach for Improved Availability of Company Knowledge; M Lehne and S Wurst, BALance Technology Consulting GmbH, Germany.
  • Integrating Rules and Practices with Early Design Process; I. Kuutti, Napa Ltd, Finland.
  • An Approach to Scheduling Problems of Shipbuilding Lines Based on Discrete-Event System Theory; H. Kajiwara, Kyushu University, Japan, Y. Nakao, Oshima Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Japan
  • Processes ­ A Basis for Capturing Knowledge; J Martin and A Oddie, BAE Systems Submarine Solutions, UK
  • Research into the use of Computer Aided Graphics in Preliminary Ship Design; D. Andrews and R. Pawling, University College London, UK.
  • Shipbuilding Scheduling Problems Solved by Algorithms as a Weighted Constraint Satisfaction Problem; M Matsuda and Y Makino, Sumitomo Heavy Industries Marine & Engineering Co. Ltd, Y Nakama and T Nishimura, Sumitomo Heavy Industries Ltd, Japan.
  • A Knowledge Management and Process Framework Supporting Engineering Projects; O C Astrup and B Kallåk, Det Norske Veritas Software, Norway.
  • An Innovative Integrated Tool for HVAC Design; R. de Góngora, SENER, Ingenieria y Sistemas S.A., Spain
  • A Contribution to Increase Productivity in Ship Detailed Design; R. Bronsart and A. Geitmann, University of Rostock, Germany.
  • A Knowledge Management Framework for Marine Propeller Design; K Hiekata, H Yamato and W Oishi, The University of Tokyo, Japan, Y Sasaki and K Sato, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Japan
  • Efficient Generation of CFD-Based Loads for the FEM-Analysis of Ship Structures; H Eisen and C Cabos, Germanischer Lloyd AG, Germany.
  • Spars-Enabling The Shipbuilding Virtual Enterprise; R.W. Bolton, Director of the SPARS Consortium, USA.
  • Use of IT For Knowledge Management in Japanese Shipyard; Y Sasaki and M Sonda, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Japan.
  • A RANS Code for Flow Application of Marine Propellers; M.T. Rahmati, University College London, UK.
  • Product Information System to Drive The Management of Naval Programs; T. Le Gal, Y. Le Peutrec, S. Heno, A. Bourdaudhui and C. Saliou, DCNS, France.
  • Rule-Based Ship Design; K Cochran, Intergraph Corporation, USA.
  • A Hybrid Propeller Blade Strength Analysis; G. Deliporanides, School of Applied Sciences Thessaloniki, Greece.
  • Drafting Tools “Magic Sketch” Implemented on Tribon M3; Hyeong-cheol Kim,Young-tae Choi, Dong-rim Gu and Joo-hwan Park, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Ltd (DSME), South Korea.
  • Development of an Automated Line Heating Information Extract System for Fabrication of Curved Hull Plates; Jungseo Park, Seoul National University, Jonggye Shin, Research Institute of Marine Systems Engineering, KOREA, Kwanghee Ko, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Chungmin Hyun and Youngchil Doh, Samsung Heavy Industries co., Ltd, Korea
  • The Inclined Keel Hull Concept and its Efficient Application Using Bow Form Optimisation; K C Seo, M Atlar and E Mesbahi, Newcastle University, UK, H-J Kim and H-H Chun, Pusan National University, Korea, B. Danisman and O Goren, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
  • The Role of a Schematic Model for Shipbuilding System Design Coordination; H Hultin, P-O Nilsson and P-O Åkesson AVEVA AB, Sweden.
  • Improving Robotic Welding in the Shipbuilding Industry; G Lambert, D Sanders and G Tewkesbury, University of Portsmouth, UK
  • Use of CFD In the Optimisation of a Naval Support Ship; S Hunt, BAE Systems Surface Fleet Solutions, UK, G J D Zondervan, MARIN, The Netherlands.
  • Space Management in Ship Early Design; M A Carballeira and J Quiroga, Navantia SA, Spain.
  • Development of Sub-Assembly Welding Robot System in Shipbuilding; Ho-Joong Youn, Sung-Won Kang, Dong-Ho Kim, Kang-Uk Kim and Soo-Ho Kim, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co, Ltd. (DSME), Korea
  • Trial Application of FE Simulation On Ships Collision Within the Risk Assessment On Oil Spills From Oil Tankers; T Nakai, Y Uraguchi, T Arima, S Harada and M A Rahim, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK), Japan.
  • Crew Performance Modelling Method for Evaluating New Concepts and Designs of Ship Bridge Operation; R Kakuta and H Yamato, University of Tokyo, Japan, H Ando, MTI (Monohakobi Technology Institute), Japan.
  • Simulation of Welding Deformation for Dimensional Accuracy Control; M. Onoe, K. Uno and K. Mizutani, Universal Shipbuilding Corporation, Japan.
  • From Design to Analysis ­ Integrated Design and Strength Assessment; A C Damhaug, J Stang and M Schult, Det Norske Veritas Software, Norway.
  • Validation of Simulated Dynamic Interface Testing as a Tool in the Forecasting of Air Vehicle Deck Limits and Deck Landing Aids in Initial Ship Design; B Ferrier, BMT Syntek Technologies, Aircraft-Ship Dynamic Interface Program, USA, J Duncan, MOD, DE&S HQ, Sea Systems Directorate, UK, R B Lumsden, MOD, DSTL (Bedford), UK.
  • The Measurement and Prediction of Welding Distortion Using ANN and Photogrammetry; M P Lightfoot and G J Bruce, Newcastle University, UK.
  • ShipRight SDA ­ An Integrated Finite Element Solution for the Common Structural Rules; Sai Wong, Lei Yu, Morgan Le Callet and Naiguang Gong, Ship Design Systems Department, Lloyd’s Register, UK.
  • Development of an Integrated Simulation Framework and its Application to Shipbuilding Process Planning; Ju-Hwan Cha, Seung-Ho Ham and Kyu-Yeul Lee, Seoul National University, Korea, Kwang Phil Park and Heung Won Suh, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co, Ltd. (DSME), Korea, Myung-Il Roh, University of Ulsan, Korea.
  • Latest Developments in Weld Process Modelling; R Lawrence, R Dennis and N Leggatt, Frazer-Nash Consultancy, UK

Contents Volume 3

  • Replicated Databases. The Answer to Collaborative Design; F. Alonso, C. González and L. Pastor, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A, Spain.
  • Cost Assessment At Concept Stage Design Using Parametrically Generated Production Product Models; M. Bole, Graphics Research Corporation Ltd, UK.
  • Management System For Procurement Of Paint Based On The Ship Product Model; K Aoyama, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, M Matsuo and S Nakao, Namura Shipbuilding Co., LTD., Japan
  • Integrated Product Development Using Global Workshare; M A Polini, Intergraph Corporation, USA, C Schmidt, Odense Steel Shipyard, Ltd., Denmark.
  • A Ship Design Tool Using Genetic Algorithms; S Vasudevan and S C Rusling, University College London, UK
  • Efficient Design and Coordination of Outfitting Materials; C.M. Ridgewell, Napa Ltd, Finland.
  • Photogrammetry, A Picture of The Future; D. Milne, Devonport Royal Dockyard Ltd, G. Pailing, Offset Services Ltd, UK
  • A Semantic Feature Model for Conceptual Design of Warships; R. ter Haar, Delft University of Technology and TNO Defence, W.F. Bronsvoort, Delft University of Technology, K.J. de Kraker, TNO Defence, The Netherlands.
  • Safe and Cost-Minimum Planning System for Disassembling Process of Ship-Hull Considering Environmental Impact; M Matsubara, T Koga and K Aoyama, The University of Tokyo, Japan.
  • An Object-Oriented Approach to Programming Welding Robots in the Ship Building Industry; G Lambert, G Tewkesbury and D Sanders, University of Portsmouth, UK.
  • Collaborative Design, Visualisation and Manufacturing Environments for Shipbuilding Partnerships; M Donoghue and S Blakeway, PTC, UK, P Barbarin, PTC, France.
  • Improvements in Hull Integrity By The Use of 3rd Generation Maintenance Management Software; D M Ribeiro, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Development of an Integrated Market Forecasting Model for Shipping, and Shipbuilding Parameters; R. Sharma and O. P. Sha, Indian Institute of Technology, India.
  • Marine Enterprise Solutions; T. Szoka, Intergraph Corporation, USA.
  • Guiding the Life Cycle of Ships; H. Gsell and N. Homburg, Bremen Institute of Industrial Technology and Applied Work Science BIBA, H. Kohn, Bremen Institute of Applied Beam Technology BIAS, Germany.
  • Approaches Developed to Support the use of Tribon Initial Design Software in The Teaching of Ship Design at Newcastle University; P. N. H. Wright, Newcastle University, K. W. Hutchinson, Babcock Design & Technology (Armstrong Technology), G. D. J. White, Independent Consultant Naval Architect, UK.
  • The Cost of Customisation; M. Evans, Incremental Ltd, UK.
  • Engineering Process Management System For Commercial Ship Design; Kwang Phil Park, Heung Won Suh, Sung Geun Lee, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co, Ltd, Korea, Ole Christian Astrup and Tord Tonstad Andersen, Det Norske Veritas Veritasveien, Norway.
  • Distributed Design with Large Product Data Models; P. Cahill, D. Larkins, J. Paquin and M. Barber, ShipConstructor Software, USA.
  • Section Building Model Embedded on a Total Process Simulation Environment; J Kaarsemaker, Merwede Shipyard / Delft University of Technology, U Nienhuis, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.

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