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ICCAS 2009 - Conference papers

1st - 3rd September 2009, Shanghai, ChinaICCAS Shanghai 2009 Logo



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Conference Papers

The International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding - ICCAS 2009 papers are produced in three volume and are available in CD-ROM format, which also contains the presentors Powerpoint presentations.

Contents Volume 1 

  • Hullform Surface Models: Guidelines and Tolerances; Michael A. Polini, Intergraph Corporation Ilmo Kuutti, Napa Ltd.
  • Prediction of Ship Powering Performance of Large Container Ships Based on the Method of Artificial Neural Network; Y T Liu, N Ma and C J Yang, School of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Civil Engineering, State Key Laboratory of Ocean Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
  • Semi Automatic Failure Analysis Based On Simulation Models; Andreas Uhlig, ITI Gmbh
  • Feature Modeling and Simulation-driven Design for Faster Processes and Greener Products;Claus Abt, Mattia Brenner and Stefan Harries, FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS GmbH
  • Reducing Time and Effort for Structural Design and Assessment; R Doig, M Bohm and J Stammer, Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, P Hernandez, S Griesch, Wadan Yards, D Kohn, SMK Ing.-Büro P-O Nilsson, AVEVA
  • Automatic Generation of Fatigue Analysis Model Reflected the Feature Geometry of the Typical Structural Parts;Seong-Jin Yoo, Won-Jun Lee and Heung-Won Suh, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd  
  • Utilization of 3D-CAD System at Early Design Stage and Powerful Interface Between 3D-CAD and FE-Analysis; Kohta Shibasaki and Yutaka Nishimura, Universal Shipbuilding Corporation
  • Data Modelling -Its Use and Contribution to Ship Design. Manufacture, Build and Operation; John Martin, BAE SYSTEMS Submarine Solutions
  • The Benefits of Applying Architectural Modelling to the Ship Design and Build Process; Simon Jones and Ralph Hudson, BMT, UK
  • How to Make 3D Accessible to the Customer; Niclas Kling, Poseidon Konsul
  • Automated Drawing Production from 3D Models; Tom Szoka SmartMarine 3D, Intergraph Corporation Jinsup Cheong, Samsung Heavy Industries, S. Korea.
  • Application of Knowledge-Based Engineering Methods for Hull Structural Member Design; Jinfeng Chen, Hezhen Yang and Deyu Wang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  • Model Data-reuse and Experienced Ship Design; Yann Limon-Duparcmeur, SmartMarine 3D Cécile M. Turnbull, Intergraph Corporation
  • Using CAD/CAM technology more efficiently in Chinese shipyards; Alfonso Cebollero, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A.
  • Study of Three Dimensional Coordinate Measuring Methods for Production of Ship Hull Blocks; Dianzhen Zhang and Dalian University of Technology
  • Development of Accuracy Measurement Method for Shipbuilding Block Using Laser Scanners; Kazuo Hiekata, The University of Tokyo
  • Researches on Load-out Technological Equipment in Super Block Construction Method; Yanbin Wu and Dalian University of Technology
  • Computation and Simulation of the Launching for the Land Shipbuilding; Zhang Mingxia, Lin Yan, Lei Kun, Sun Chengmeng, Qin Pinle and JI Zhuoshang, Dalian University of Technology
  • Study on the Process Optimization for Hull Block Assembly Based on Quantitative Analysis; Ji Wang , Yujun Liu, Yanping Deng and Youle Wang, Dalian University of Technology
  • Max-Plus-Algebra Based Scheduling of a Ship Building Line; Hiroyuki Kajiwara, Yasuhiro Hitoi and Youichi Nakao, Kyushu university
  • A Study on Evaluation and Improvement of Organizational Performance in Fabrication Shops; Taiga Mitsuyuki, The University of Tokyo
  • Productivity Extension Module for Ship Hull Construction Work-preparation Software based in AutoCAD platform; Zhou Chi, MasterShip Software BV


Contents Volume 2

  • Integrated Management of Ship Compartments; Fernando Zurdo, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A
  • Space Management as an Enabling Technique for the Development of Ships’ Arrangements Based on a Common Reference Model; Ulf Eriksson, Mats Westenius and Leif Rading, AVEVA
  • Software Tools Enabling Design Optimisation Of Mustering And Evacuation For Passenger Ships; Pierre Berseneff and Jacques Huberty, STX France Cruise SA, Uwe Langbeckerm,  Germanischer Lloyd AG, Jean-Jacques Maisonneuve,  Sirehna   Antti Metsä, Napa Ltd
  • 3D Life Cycle Product Modelling from the First Feasibility Stage to Lifetime Information Management; Markku Miinala, Deltamarin Ltd         
  • Development of Design Process Simulator for the Ship Initial Design Stage; Kunihiro Hamada, Hiroshima University
  • Development of 3D model based application for creating stability documents supporting statutory rules; Mitsuhiko Kidogawa, and Taise Takamoto, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK), Naoki Mizutani, Napa Japan Ltd.
  • Virtual Display of Ship Movements in Marine Environments; Peng Liu, Rongwu Yang and Jinsong Xu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  • Advanced Simulations for Ship Design and Redesign; Karsten Fach, Volker Bertram and Holger Jefferies, Germanischer Lloyd
  • The Feasibility of Developing a Quiescent Period Prediction System in a Simulation Environment; Paul Crossland, QinetiQ Ltd
  • The Development and Application of Prototype System of Ship Multi-disciplinary Design Optimization; Baiwei Feng, Zuyuan Liu, Haichao Chang, Xide Cheng and Wei Cai, Wuhan University of Technology
  • A Procedure Model to Tap the Full Potential of Virtual Reality in the Maritime Industry; Christian Nedeß, Axel Friedewald and Christoph Schäfer, Hamburg University of Technology
  • Astute Class Nuclear Submarine - The IT Solution; Dwane Wilson, BAE SYSTEMS
  • Hull & Topsides Integration ­ Streamlining the FLNG Value Chain; Steve Gibbons, AVEVA UK
  • Exchange of Outfitting Data between Tribon and PDMS based on Neutral Formats; Jinggao Li, KAIST
  • Application of Rules for Quality Control of Product Model Data; R. Bronsart, A.Geitmann, University of Rostock, Germany
  • Geometric Constructions: The Next Level of Rule-based Design Automation; Kristin Cochran and Patrice Blanchard, SmartMarine 3D, Intergraph  
  • Automatic Design for Pipe Arrangement considering Valve Operationality; Hajime Kimura, Kyushu University
  • A Best-of-Breed Approach to Marine Design Tools; Darren Larkins, ShipConstructor Software Inc
  • Digital Convergence is Driving Interoperability Across Engineering Domains In the Marine Industries; Neil McPhater, AVEVA
  • Production Design & Applications in Shipbuilding; Ioannis A. Mavrakis, T.E.I. Athens         
  • Design and Implement of an Equilibrium-parameter Based Anti-sinking Assistant Decision System (EPBS); Qinqi Wei, Fenghui Wu, Pengan Xiao, Hongtao Ma, Xi Chen, China Ship Development and Design Center, Wuhan
  • The Important Factors for the Implementation of Green Shipbuilding; Dapeng Lu, Faculty of Vehicle Engineering and Mechanics , Dalian University of Technology
  • Early Stage Planning Support; Kees Meijer And Jeroen Pruyn, Delft University Of Technology, John Klooster, Ihc Krimpen Shipyards B.V.
  • An Optimization Framework for the Design of Planing Crafts; A. F. Mohamad Ayob, T. Ray and W. F. Smith, University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy
  • New CAE Package For Propulsion Train Calculations; Yuriy Batrak, Intellectual Maritime Technologies
  • Towards a Simulation Standard for the Virtual Ship; Gary Henry, Systems Engineering & Assessemnt
  • Virtual Reality System for Multilateral Cooperation in Shipbuilding; Hua Zhang, Zhenhai Liu, Jinsong Xu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  • A Fuzzy Metric for Assessing the Producibility of Straightening in Early Design; Caprace Jean-David, University of Liege
  • The Use of Advanced Structural Analysis and Simulation Tools to Validate a New Independent LNG Tank Containment System; Regu Ramoo, Mohan Pathasarathy and Julien Santini, ALTAIR Engineering, Inc., Thomas Lamb, Innovation Marine Product Development, LLC
  • Efficiency Analysis of Ship Design Projects Using Data Envelopment Analysis: A Benchmarking Exercise; S Navaneetha Krishnan, Directorate of Naval Design (SDG), IHQ MOD (Navy), Seema Sharma and KC Iyer, IIT

Content Volume 3

  • Integrating Simulation and Computer Aided Ship Design Software and Processes; D. Andrews, L. Casarosa and R. Pawling, UCL, UK
  • Deriving Parametric Models for Goal-based Design of Ship Concepts; Romanas Puisa and Dracos Vassalos, Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde               
  • A ‘Knowledge Retention System’ for Managing Risk Based Design Approval; Clive Bright and Mark Wharton, Lloyd's Register
  • CCS New Buckling Analysis System Based on CSR for Double Hull Oil Tankers; Wei Zhou, China Ship Scientific Research Center, Ying Hong, Feng Qian and Yexin Gu, Shanghai Rules & Research Institute
  • Computer Aided Rule-Based Scantling Calculations of Ship Using Programming Tools; R Pedada, P Shankar, P Patil, R Bhat, R Namdev and A Samanta, Indian Register of Shipping         
  • QSHIP; Advanced Use of Hydromechanics in Early Design Stage; Arno Bons, MARIN, The Netherland
  • Parametric Design Rules Approach to Mass Customization; Richard Lee Storch and Sashi Komendur, University of Washington
  • Advancing Innovation in the Inland Shipping Sector by Means of a Rapid Conceptual Ship Design Model; R.G. Hekkenberg, Delft University of Technology
  • Modes of integrated collaborative ship design; Ian Whitfield, Alex Duffy, University of Strathclyde
  • Virtual Integration Platform for Computational Fluid Dynamics; Wenjuan Wang, Alex Duffy and Ian Whitfield, University of Strathclyde
  • The Technology of manufacturing BOM Based on PDM in shipbuilding; Xie Jing and Li Shiyun, Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding(Group) Co. Ltd.
  • Development of Production Materials Quantity System Using the Tribon M3 Model Data; Yong-Tae Jeon, Young-Ho Kim and Heung-Won Suh, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd
  • Research on the Production Planning and Control in Shipbuilding Engineering Based on the Supply Chain Management; Xiaozhe Wang, Dalian University of Technology         
  • Study On Location Management System Of Steel-Plate And Hull Parts In The Outside Area; Y.Sasaki, K.Muraoka And Y.Ohshita, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd
  • Simulation Model for Analysis of Flow of Steel in Shipbuilding Shipyards; Marta C. T. Reyes, Silvio E. G. Melo and Clarice T. S. Pinheiro, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro  
  • SmartMarine 3D Implementation at COSCO Shipyard Group; Mr. Gu Xiang, COSCO Shipyard Group Co., Ltd     
  • Based on The Dedicated Ship Design Software Systems of the Digital Shipbuilding Management; Jia Xu and Hai Wang, China Ship Development and Design Center
  • Life Cycle Cost Management for Ballast Water Systems Considering Finance Crises; Reinhard Ahlers and Markus Lehne, BALance Technology Consulting GmbH
  • Supporting Ship Life Cycle Management with simplified CAD Data; Christian Cabos and Wiegand Grafe, Germanischer Lloyd
  • State of the Art Inventory of Life Cycle Support; Elena Moredo and Robert Hekkenberg, Delft University of Technology
  • Integration of Application System Based on PDM in Shipbuilding; Chenggang Gong and Shiyun Li, Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co., Ltd.                             
  • A Neutral Framework For The Integration Of CAD In Product Model Lifecycle Systems; Augusto Gómez, Robert Penas, Luis Sánchez, Luis Pastor, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A. Madrid/Spain
  • Research On Meta-Synthesis Driving Engine Technology Of Shipbuilding; Jun Yan, Yu You And Yu Wang, Technical Center Of Wuchang Shipbuilding Industry Company Ltd.
  • Information Access and Reuse as a Business Benefit for Shipyards; David Thomson, AVEVA Solutions Ltd, UK       
  • Development of a Logic Based Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Model for Shipbuilding Industry; Tae-Wan Kim, CADIT Lab, Seoul National University
  • An automatic Schedule Generation System of Outfitting Process in Shipbuilding; Wei Yan and Ubald Nienhuis, Delft University of Technology
  • A Single Source of Product Data Over a Ship's Life: An Achievable Imperative for Modern Shipbuilding; Marc Donoghue, PTC
  • Research and Development of Shipbuilding Cost Accounting System based on Project Life Cycle; Qinghe Cheng, Haijun Li and Qi Zhang, Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co., Ltd.
  • Development of Scheduling System for Piping Factory by the use of TOC and Production Model; Kunihiro Hamada, Hiroshima University
  • Automation of Oil Rig Fabrication; Oskar LEE Kwok Lum, ARL ASIA PTE LTD

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