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ICCAS 2011- Conference papers

20-22 September 2011, Trieste, ItalyICCAS 2011 LOGO



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Conference Papers

The International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding - ICCAS 2011 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 

  • Openfoam's CFD Workbench and its Integration into the Initial Design Process; L. Kleinsorge, N. Kornev, R. Bronsart, B. Hannker, University of Rostock, Germany
  • A CATIA® Ship-Parametric Model for Isogeometric Hull Optimization With Respect to Wave Resistance; A.I. Ginnis, C. Feurer , K.A. Belibassakis, P.D. Kaklis, School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, K.V. Kostas, Th.P. Gerostathis, C.G. Politis, Department of Naval Architecture, Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Greece
  • The Study on Ship Compartments Arrangement Optimization with Knowledge-Based Systems; B Y Chung, S Y Kim, S C Shin and Y H Koo, Pusan National University, Republic of Korea and A Kraus, Hochschule Bremen, Germany 
  • A Process Focused Approach to ERP Integration with CAD; D Larkins, ShipConstructor Software Inc., Canada, P Roberts, ShipConstructor Software USA Inc., USA
  • How Can the Most Efficient Design Recourses from All Over the World Be Easily Utilized?; Matti Juntunen, Cadmatic Oy, Finland
  • Application of 3D CAD System as the Design Tool -Development of Design Function of Longitudinal Stiffeners Arrangement on the Shell Plate at Fore and Aft Parts of Ships; T Nakamori, Namura Shipbuilding Co.,Ltd., Japan
  • A Contribution to Scenario Based Ship Design; J. Wagner, R. Bronsart, University of Rostock, Germany
  • Capital Project Lifecycle Management (CPLM) Vs. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) for Shipbuilding, Marine and Offshore Industries; M M J M Veldhuizen, Intergraph Corporation, Benelux 
  • Product Lifecycle Management in the Shipbuilding and Shipping Industries; Christian Cabos and Wiegand Grafe, Germanischer Lloyd SE, Hamburg, Germany, Matthias Grau, PROSTEP AG, Darmstadt, Germany 
  • An Effective Approach for Developing an Integrated CAD and ERP System in Hull; Zheng-Kuan Lin, Chin Chiu and Yun-Bin Hsu, CSBC Corporation, TAIWAN, Hei-Jou Shaw, National Cheng Kung University, TAIWAN 
  • System Engineering for Shipbuilding; Philippe Barbarin, Director, Shipbuilding Business Development, PTC 
  • Applying Agile Methodologies to Marine Implementation Projects; P. McFadden, Intergraph Corporation USA, S. Yamauchi, Intergraph Corporation Japan,  
  • An Integrated System for Ship Construction Projects Control; F. C. M. Pires Jr, L. F. Assis, M. Rezende and C. L. B. Vieira, Rio de Janeiro Federal University, Brazil 
  • Shipbuilding Contract Risk Monitoring and Management; F C M Pires, L F Guimarães and M F Almeida, and l R Fischer, Polytechnic School/Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Brazil 
  • Development of Full Automatic Re-Design System for Sub- Assembly Part Fabrication of Ship Blocks; J G Park, M S Yi, Y S Ha, and T W Jang, Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea 
  • Development of a Lot Formation System for a Flow Shop Layout Line for Shipbuilding; Koichi Fukumoto, Yoshito Saitoh, Reiji Itoh, Hiroki Wakita, and Jiro Matsuno, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan 
  • Development of the Algorithm for Accuracy Evaluation System for Curved Shell Plates by Laser Scanner; N Nakagaki and A Sugawara, Sumitomo Heavy Industries Marine & Engineering Co.,Ltd., Japan and K Hiekata, H Yamato, M Enomoto and K Takahashi, The University of Tokyo, Japan 
  • Dynamic Control of a Flexible Shipbuilding System Under CONWIP Discipline; F Dong, M P Van Oyen and D J Singer, University of Michigan, U.S. 
  • Application of Welding Robot Technology to Shipbuilding; T.Shinohara and Y.Saitoh, Universal Shipbuilding Corporation, Japan 
  • Development of “Block Lifting Simulation System” with Ship 3D-CAD Model; Y Miura, Universal Shipbuilding Corporation, Japan 
  • Improving Assembly Planning Simulation with the use of Virtual Reality in the Maritime Industry; H Lödding, A Friedewald, M Heinig, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany


 Contents Volume 2

  •  Efficient Integration of 3D Design With Engineering at the Early Design Stages; I Kuutti, Napa Ltd, Finland, N Mizutani, Napa Japan Ltd,  H S Kim, Napa Korea Ltd
  • A New System Structure to Improve Documentation Processes Tender Phase; E Moredo and P de Vos, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, E M Krikke, Holland Shipbuilding Association, The Netherlands
  • Intelligent Ship Arrangements: Reseeding Scheme Development and Effectiveness; M.C. Parker, A.S. Daniels and D.J. Singer, University of Michigan, USA
  • A Cost Effective Process for Simulation Based Design in Shipbuilding; J L Martin, Engineering Consultant, UK
  • High Precision Basic Design; Y Nakao, K Hirai and T Hirayama Oshima Shipbuilding Co.,Ltd., Japan
  • Ken Ito CIM Creation Co., Ltd., Japan
  • Simulation Driven Structural Design in Ship Building; A Dodkins, BAE Systems Maritime, UK
  • T Goodwin, Altair Product Design, UK
  • Total Design Optimization in Initial Design Stage Based on Single 3D Ship Model; T Nakamatsu and K Mizutani, Sanoyas Hishino Meisho Corporation, Japan, N Mizutani, Napa Japan Ltd, Japan
  • Using Flight Simulation to Improve Ship Designs for Helicopter Operations; C H Kääriä, University of Liverpool, UK, J S Forrest, PRISM Defence, Australia, I Owen, University of Lincoln, UK
  • Business Integration Between CAD/CAM and ERP Systems in Shipbuilding Industry; Li Rong, Han Soonhung, Ocean Systems Department, KAIST, South Korea
  • An Approach to Accessing Product Data Across the Shipbuilding Ecosystem; Malay Pal, Siemens Industry Software, India
  • A Neutral XML Schema for Basic Design Stage Interface to Class Societies; M A Polini, Intergraph Corporation, USA
  • Communication Processes in Shipbuilding Based on Intelligent 3D PDF Documents; Gerold Willmes, Matthias Grau, Peter Pfalzgraf, PROSTEP AG, Germany
  • Advanced CAD ­ PLM Integration in a Naval Shipbuilding Environment; C. Gonzalez,. F. Alonso, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A., Spain
  • How Integrated Design Can Make Electrical Engineering a More Efficient Process; D Gibson, AVEVA Solutions Limited, UK
  • Integrated Shipbuilding Strategy; S Neuvéglise, AVEVA Solutions Limited, UK
  • Automatic Generation of Manufacturing Drawings BOM Using a Ship-Building CAD System; A Olmos, Navantia S.A, Cartagena Shipyard, Spain
  • Introducing an Integrated Schematics, Engineering and 3D Database Concept; R Aldridge, S Seçen, AVEVA Solutions Limited, UK
  • Developing and Using an Innovation and Engineering Maturity Model to Identify Competence Development; K Jansson, VTT, Technical Research Centre of Finland
  • The Role of Social Computing in Shipbuilding; D Thomson, AVEVA Solutions Ltd, UK
  • Decomposing Ship Arrangements Using Signed Networks; J W Gillespie, A S Daniels, and D J Singer, University of Michigan, USA
  • Improved Estimating as a Basis for Shiprepair Project Control; George Bruce, Incremental Ltd, Formerly University of Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Sliding Mode Controller for Salvaging of Sunken Vessels; A K D Velayudhan, N Srinil and N Barltrop, University of Strathclyde, UK
  • Tank Inspection by Cost Effective Rail Based Robots; L Christensen and F Kirchner, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence GmbH, Germany; N Fischer and R. Ahlers, BALance Technology Consulting GmbH, Germany; GA Psarros, Det Norske Veritas AS, Norway; LE Etzold,. MEYER WERFT GmbH, Germany
  • Adoption of 3D Hull Maintenance Software in Ship Operation; U. Langbecker and Ch. Cabos, Germanischer Lloyd, Germany
  • A Tool for the Assessment of the Operability of Ship Systems in Accordance with SOLAS Safe Return to Port Requirements; A. Douglas, L. Guarin and J. Logan, Safety at Sea Ltd, UK, J. Cichowicz, University of Strathclyde, UK


Contents Volume 3

  •  Naval Operations’ Assessment Through HLA Based Simulations; D. TozziA. Zini, CETENA S.p.A., Italy
  • Prudent Platform for Multi-Disciplinary Ship Design Exploration, Analysis and Optimisation; R Puisa and K Mohamed, Ship Stability Research Centre (SSRC), University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.                      
  • Optimization of Block Division Considering Information Uncertainty; K Varikkattu Karottu, K Hamada and M Kitamura, Hiroshima University, Japan
  • Integrated Design and Multiobjective Optimization Approach to Ship Design; A Papanikolaou, G Zaraphonitis ,  National Technical University of Athens, Athens/Greece, S Harries, FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS, Potsdam/Germany, M Wilken, Germanischer Lloyd, Hamburg/Germany
  • 3D Model Based User-Friendly & Practical Application for Creating Stability Documents Supporting Statutory Rules; M Kidogawa and T Takamoto, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK), Japan, J Furustam, Napa Ltd, Finland, T Masui, Napa Japan Ltd, Japan
  • Fast Robust Design Optimisation Methods Applied to Ship Hydrodynamics; P Geremia, Engys Srl, Italy, T Schumacher and E de Villiers, Engys Ltd, UK
  • Development of Interactive Tool for Paint Quantity Estimation of Ship Structures; G. Šikić, M. Bistričić and D. Perković, Uljanik Shipbuilding Computer Systems (USCS), Pula, Croatia
  • The Use of a Fuzzy Logic Set-Based Design Tool to Evaluate Varying Complexities of Late-Stage Design Changes; T A McKenney, A W Gray, C Madrid, and D J Singer, University of Michigan, USA
  • Advancements in the Teaching of Naval Architecture and Ship Design at Newcastle University Including Utilisation of AVEVA Initial Design; P N H Wright, Newcastle University, UK, K W Hutchinson, Babcock International Group, UK, I Applegarth, AVEVA Solutions Ltd., UK
  • Engine Room Pipeline Arrangement with Consideration of Equipments Operability Space By Genetic Algorism; Chung-Hung Lin, Li-Wei Wang, Jiun-Shiang Peng, Department of Systems and Naval Mechatronic Engineering National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan
  • Automatic Designing System for Piping and Instruments; Arrangement Including Branches of Pipes; H Kimura, Kyushu University, JAPAN
  • Efficient Design of Outfitting & Machinery Spaces; R. de Góngora, SENER, Ingenieria y Sistemas S.A., Spain
  • True Benefits of 3D Design; Joseph Baumer, Intergraph Corporation, USA
  • Yeun-gyu Kim, Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea
  • Quality Improvement of Hull and Outfitting Designs Using 3D Model Reviews; D. S. Baguio Jr., Dash Engineering Philippines
  • The Electrical Design in a Highly Demanding Environment; A Olmos, NAVANTIA S.A., Cartagena Shipyard, Spain, A Valderrama, SENER, Spain
  • Innovero Design Server Applied on Naval Ship Design; A Bons, MARIN ­ MSG, Wageningen, The Netherlands, H. J. Koelman, SARC BV, Bussum, The Netherlands, B.J. v. Oers, E.H. Takken, NL MOD, Defence Materiel Organisation, The Hague , The Netherlands
  • Integrated Development Environment in Shipbuilding Computer Systems; A Benayas and A Cebollero, Sener Ingeniería y Sistemas SA, Spain
  • Practical Implementation Of The Most Advanced Steel Outfitting CAD System; ByungCheon Min, Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea, JungHyun Park, MunKi Cho, DongKwon Lee and EunSub Kim, Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea
  • An Automatic Piping Algorithm Including Elbows and Bends; Y Ando and H Kimura, Kyushu University, Japan
  • Lean Manufacturing in Shipbuilding With Monte Carlo Simulation; D. Kolich,  N. Fafandjel,  University of Rijeka, Croatia, R.L. Storch, University of Washington, USA
  • Monitoring System for Sub-Assembly-Shops to Effectively Manage Construction; J Liu and K Aoyama, Department of Systems Innovation, School of Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Development of Layered DES (Discrete Event Simulation) Framework for Ship Production Simulation; Bongeun Goo, Hyun Chung and Chunhua Nan, Division of Ocean Systems Engineering, KAIST, Republic of Korea
  • Integrated Software-In-The-Loop Simulation of an Autonomously Acting Rescue Boat; R. Bronsart, T. Buch, M. Haase, E. Ihde, N. Kornev, M. Kurowski and B.P. Lampe, University of Rostock, Center for Marine Information Systems, Germany
  • Cell-Based Discrete Event And Discrete Time Simulation for Advanced Evacuation Analysis Considering Human Behavior in a Passenger Ship; A-Ra Jo and Martin Friebe , Sol Ha,  Kyu-Yeul Lee, and Namkug Ku, , Seoul National University, South Korea, Kwang-Phil Park, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., South Korea , Yoon-Ok Cho,  Samsung Heavy Industry Co., Ltd., South Korea
  • Integrated and Concurrent, Engineering and Cost Modelling, for Through-Life Asset Management within the RNLI; J. H. Walshe and D. A. Watson, The University of Southampton and Royal National Lifeboat Institution, UK, A. J. Tate and S. J. Austen, Royal National Lifeboat Institution, UK, Macbeth. D. K., Nguyen. T. D. and J. I. R. Blake, The University of Southampton, UK
  • Lifecycle Decision-Making Under Uncertain Environmental Policy Using Nonstationary Markov Decision Processes; N D Niese and D J Singer, University of Michigan, USA
  • Optimization of Torch Movements of Marking Using Ant Colony Method; Hiroshi Kunikubo and Kentaro Hiyoku, IHI Marine United Inc., Japan, Yasuhisa Okumoto, Osaka University, Joining and Welding Research Institute, Japan
  • Digital Manufacturing for Bending Ship’s Profile; Y Hu, C Wang, P Li , Y Mao, Y Zhou and Z Xiang Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan  P.R.China
  • Doubly Curved Ship Hull Plate Forming by Reconfigurable Die with Square Press Head; Y Hu, C Wang, P Yuan, C Huang Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan P.R.China, Y Xiang CCS, Beijing P.R.China


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