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ICCAS 2015 - Conference papers

ICCAS 2015 logo29 September - 1 October 2015, Bemen, Germany

 

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Conference Papers

The International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding - ICCAS 2015 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.

ISBN No:978-1-909024-33-5

Volume 1

  • A Holistic Approach for Energy Flow Simulations in Early Ship Design: R. Nagel, Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft mbH & Co. KG
  • Design for Support in the Initial Design of Naval Combatants: S Esbati, A S Piperakis, R J Pawling, D J Andrews, Design Research Centre, Marine Research Group, University College London, UK
  • Virtual Ship: An Integrated Design Environment for Optimal Ship Architecture: B. Rafine, J. Bénabès, G. Jacquenot and A. Guégan, DCNS Research, France
  • Designing Ships for Service with the Help of Performance Monitoring: J. Furustam and I. Kuutti, NAPA Ltd, Finland, K. Koike and R. Yoshida, Sanoyas Shipbuilding Corporation, Japan
  • Development of Ship Performance Data Management System Combining Experiment Data and Measured Data in Actual Sea: S Wanaka, H Yamato, K Hiekata, T Mitsuyuki, M Enomoto and Y Tsuchiya The University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Development of Sea Trial Software According to the New ISO 15016 Amendments: B Park, M Shin, G J Lee and M Ki, Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering (KRISO), Republic of Korea
  • Model Reuse - The Link Between 3D Models for Basic Design and 3D Models for Detailed and Production Design: M Polini, Intergraph, Corporation, USA and T Hulkkonen, Napa, Ltd., Finland
  • Model Based Enterprise Architecture for Shipbuilding: J. R. Langmead, Director, Siemens PLM, USA and D. L. Gillikin, Business Consultant, Siemens PLM, USA
  • Process and Knowledge Integration Via Portals in Shipbuilding: B. J. Thakker, J. M. G. Coenen, J. A. J. Kaarsemaker, A. Asmara Royal IHC, Technical University Delft, The Netherlands
  • Regenerating Hull Surface Definition from Laser Point Clouds: M Bole, AVEVA Solutions Ltd, UK
  • Easy Application of Simulation at Small and Medium Sized Shipyards Planning Process: M Hübler, D Narayanan, M Krause, A Roppelt and F Roland, Center of Maritime Technologies e.V., Germany
  • Influence of Block Building Method on Outfitting Efficiency at an Assembly Shipyard: L M Kujala and M Nallikari, Arctech Helsinki Shipyard, Finland, H A Tokola and H Remes, Aalto University, School of Engineering, Finland
  • Scheduling for Assembly Sites in Shipyards Using Linear Optimization: J N Sikorra, R Glöckner, A Friedewald, H Lödding, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
  • AR Application Development for Pipe Installing Assistance: K Matsuo, National Maritime Research Institute, Japan
  • The Use of Product Lifecycle Management in the Design and Maintenance of Complex Naval Assets: G Hamilton, ASC Pty Ltd, Australia
  • Measures to Enable the Performing of System Simulations in a Joint Research Project: C Thiem and M von der Heyde, Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Germany, and M Godjevac, Delft University of Technology (TUD), the Netherlands
  • Information Modelling for Tracking Modifications in Classification Processes: S Zhang and J Rebel, DNV GL SE, Hamburg, Germany
  • Cost Reduction in Basic Ship Design Supported by a Single Structural Model ­ A Practical Approach: A. Gómez and F. Regueira,, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A., Spain, and G. Korbetis, BETA CAE Systems, Greece.
  • A Virtual Single Ship-Design System Composed of Multiple Independent Components: Herbert Koelman, SARC B.V., The Netherlands, Jan van der Zee, Conoship International, The Netherlands and Theodoor de Jonge, Numeriek Centrum Groningen B.V., The Netherlands

Volume 2

  • Auto-Generation of Hull Structure Drawings for Class Approval: Y H Kim & Y S Kim, SENER Korea Engineering and Systems Co., Ltd., Republic of Korea
  • Integrated Software Application for E-Approval of Ship & Offshore Classification: T Indrawan and T Firmandha, Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia, Indonesia
  • Process Innovation for Hull Design At Samsung Heavy Industries: T Hulkkonen, NAPA Ltd, Finland, B S Kang, Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea, C Cabos and B Tietgen, DNV GL, Germany and M Kidogawa, ClassNK, Japan
  • Conceptual Design System for FPSO (Floating Production Storage and Offloading Vessel) with Consideration of Lifecycle Scenarios: D Jeong, K Oizumi and K Aoyama, Department of Systems Innovation, School of Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan and Y Ueda, Mitsui Ocean Development and Engineering Co., Japan
  • Ship Life Cycle Value Maximization with Flexible Design for Retrofit and Modification: K Hiekata, T Mitsuyuki, H Yamato and T Saito, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Design Definitions of Flight Deck Layout for Helicopter Aviation Operations Using Simulation Methods: 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
  • Ship Scale CFD Free Sink, Trim & Surge Self-Propulsion Simulation and Direct Comparison to Sea Trials: C. Zegos and D. Ponkratov, Lloyd’s Register, UK
  • Numerical Analysis of Planing Boats in Shallow Water Using a 2D+T Method: H Haase and J P Soproni and M Abdel-Maksoud, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
  • Hull Form Design Optimisation for Improved Efficiency and Hydrodynamic Performance of ‘Ship-Shaped’ Offshore Vessels: J H Ang, Sembcorp Marine Ltd., Singapore, and University of Glasgow, UK and C Goh and Y Li, University of Glasgow, UK
  • High Quality Ship Hull Form Representation Based on Subdivision Surfaces: S H Greshake and R Bronsart, University of Rostock, Germany
  • Development of Automatic Control System for Welding Deformation in Design Phase of Ship and Ocean Plant Production: H J Kim, Y D Park, H Y Heo, J G Park and S H Won, Samsung Heavy Industries, KOREA
  • Intuitive Weld Management: Leveraging 3D Models: D Morais, M Waldie, and D Larkins, SSI, Canada
  • Accuracy Control of Hatch Cover Using Precise Measurement Technique: R Abe, Kokusai Kogyo Co., Japan, K Hamada, N Hirata and R Tamura, Hiroshima University, Japan and Nobuaki Nishi, Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Japan
  • Research on Information Matching Correlation Technology for the Manufacturing Assembly of Hull Assemblage: N Chen, ZC Chen, GZ Bao and X Yang, Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, China
  • How to Integrate Design and Manufacturing Efficiently with Complete Insight and Traceability of All Information Required: Case Study of the Integration of Smart Production into Smart™ Yard Implementation for Piping Fabrication: R Yee, Intergraph Corporation, Singapore and H Kakela, NESTIX Oy, Finland
  • 3D Production Planning Systems and the Database: K. Doi, Japan Marine United Corporation, Japan
  • A Practical Approach for The Smart Installation Of Ballast Water Management Systems Using 3d Engineering Technology: J. Hirata and Y. Yamaguchi, ClassNK, Japan, K. Hiekata, The University of Tokyo, Japan and Y. Miyazaki and S .Usami, Armonicos, Japan
  • Monitoring System for Advanced Shipbuilding Construction Management - Extracting and Utilising Monitoring Data by Considering the Reliability of Monitored Data: Y Hiro and K Aoyama, Department of System Innovation, School of Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan, J Liu, Department of Engineering Management, School of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Wuhan University of Technology, China
  • Research of Characteristic of Wrinkling in Cold Forming Process for Ship Frame Part Based on Numerical Simulation: LI Pei-yong, SongJun-jie, WANG Cheng-fang, MAOYun-sheng, Zhouyongqing, Xiangzuquan, Wuhan University of Technology, P. R. China
  • Research of the Plastic Deformation Zone for Ship Frame Cold Forming: ZhouYongqing, LI Pei-yong, SongJun-jie, WANG Cheng-fang, MAO Yun-sheng, XiangZuquan, Wuhan University of Technology, P. R. China.
  • Data Governance and Designing Warships: AR Wallis, BAE SYSTEMS Maritime ­ Naval Ships, UK
  • Life Cycle Performance Assessment - Method and Tool for Decision Makers: M Lehne, C Norden and S Wurst, BALance Technology Consulting GmbH, Germany and R Nagel, Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Germany
  • How to Ensure On-Time Delivery And Cost Savings In Marine And Offshore Projects?: T Kalkman and H van Noort, KEONYS, France
  • Innovative Methods for Leveraging a 3D Product Model: M Waldie, D Larkins, D Morais SSI, Canada and N Danese, NDAR, France
  • A Bill of Material of Integrity: Aligning CAD and PDM: S Cattanach, BAE Systems Maritime Naval Ships, UK
  • Business and Information Management Architectures for Delivering Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) in Engineer to Order (ETO) Products: D A McKendry, BAE Systems Naval Ships, UK and R I Whitfield and A H B Duffy University of Strathclyde, UK
  • IRIS - An Innovative Inspection System for Maritime Hull Structures: M Wilken, C Cabos, DNV GL SE, Hamburg, Germany and D Baumbach, M Buder, A Choinowski, D Grießbach, S Zuev, DLR (German Aerospace Center), Berlin, Germany
  • Cable Routing in Cruise Ship Design: M Juntunen, NUPAS-CADMATIC, Finland
  • Urban Ferries: Combining Technologies and Operational Profiles: D de Koningh, Damen Shipyards Gorinchem, Netherlnds and A Vrijdag and H J Bosman, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
  • Energy Simulation for Waste Heat Recovery Systems: A Ginnetti and J Lampe, DNV GL SE, Germany and A Magdanz, ITI GmbH, Germany

Volume 3

  • Integration of Market Uncertainty in Ship’s Design Specification: R Puisa, Brookes Bell LLP, UK
  • Tool for Evaluation of Operating Economy and Ecology in Ship Concept Design: S Hänninen, R Tuominen and S Kunttu, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, and M Elg, Deltamarin Ltd, Finland, P Lindholm, ABB Marine and Ports, Finland
  • The Integration of Human Factors Into Preliminary Risk-Based Ship Design: A S Piperakis, R J Pawling and D J Andrews, Design Research Centre, Marine Research Group, Department of Mechanical Engineering UCL, UK
  • Integrated System Simulation and Dependability Analysis in Maritime Industry: E Rüde and J Lampe, DNV GL SE, Germany, and A Abel, ITI GmbH, Germany
  • Parametric Calculations in Production Design of the Propulsion Machinery: Y. Batrak, R. Batrak and D. Berin, Intellectual Maritime Technologies, Ukraine
  • Advanced Whole Ship Analysis ­ A New Generation of FE Based Strength Analysis for Container Vessels: J Rörup, O Doerk and C Cabos, DNV GL, Germany, B S Kang, Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea
  • Automated Interoperability from Concept Design to Multidisciplinary FE Analysis: G Korbetis, S Chatzimoisiadis and D Drougkas, BETA CAE Systems, Greece
  • Rapid Mesh Generation for Hydrodynamic Assessments: M C Johnson, N R Southall, N J White Lloyd’s Register MTES, UK and T A Macadam, Y Li, F Lin, Lloyd’s Register ATG, Canada
  • Analysis Of Propeller Wake Field for Twisted Rudder Design: Y E Shon, B J Chang, J M You and B W Han, Hyundai Maritime Research Institute, Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd, Korea
  • Ship Work Breakdown Structures through Different Ship Life Cycle Stage: M Pal, Siemens, India
  • Determining Ship Outfitting Task Priorities Using Latest Finish Time Distributions: C D Rose and J M G Coenen, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
  • Generation and Suppression of Dimples in Multi-Square-Punch Forming Process for Doubly Curved Ship Hull Plate Forming: Y Cai1, Y Hu, C Wang, P Yuan, Wuhan University of Technology, P.R.China
  • Research on MPF Process Using Punches with Hemispheric Hinge Head: B B Jia, W W Wang and C Zhao, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
  • Automatic Design Method and Application in Complex Ship Block Lifting: R Li, J Wang, Y J Liu, F Zhang, C Ma, X G Han, School of Naval Architecture, Dalian University of Technology, China
  • Physics-Based Simulation for Production and Installation of Ships and Offshore Plants: M I Roh and S H Ham, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea, S Ha, Mokpo National University, Republic of Korea and N K Ku, Dong-eui University, Republic of Korea
  • Use of Simulation for Complex Ship Manoeuvres as Applied to Undocking of Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carriers: D Milne, Babcock International Group PLC, UK
  • Data Mining to Predict Hybrid Laser Arc Welding Improvements in Ship Interim Product Assembly: D Kolich, University of Rijeka, Croatia, Y L Yao and R Neuberg, Columbia University, USA, R L Storch, University of Washington, USA and N Fafandjel, University of Rijeka, Croatia
  • Research on Shipbuilding Industry Vendor Evaluation Method Based on Data Mining: K Li, M Chen, Y Lin, School of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, China
  • Key CAD Enhancements to Fit Submarine Design Requirements: R Perez and C Gonzalez, SENER, Spain,
  • How Mobile Device Technology Can Increase Productivity in Shipbuilding: S Neuvéglise, AVEVA Solutions Ltd, UK
  • Stereo 3D Presentation of Ship Structures Using Low Cost Hardware: G Šikić and M Bistričić, USCS d.o.o., Croatia
  • Design in Context: ‘Augmented Design’: G Stonestreet, AVEVA Solutions Ltd, UK
  • Accessible Immersive Visualisation for Shipbuilding: J Martin, SAMOSC Ltd., UK and A. Connell, Virtalis Ltd., UK
  • Application Of Synchronous, Heterogeneous Design Collaboration To Shipbuilding: C. Greg Jensen, CAD Alliance, USA and K. Eric Bowman, Brigham Young University, USA
  • Digital Manufacturing Based on 3D Design Information: T Hiraki, Y Mimori, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, LTD, Japan
  • The Digitalization of Shipbuilding, Launching a New Era in Productivity and Ship Performance: T Nichols, Director, Siemens PLM Software, USA and DL Gillikin, Business Consultant, Siemens PLM, USA
  • Digital Mock-Up and Working Simulation on Mixed Reality: M. Nagano, Japan Marine United Corporation, Japan
  • 3D Maritim ­ Supporting Technology Transfer for 3D Graphics: U Freiherr von Lukas, Fraunhofer IGD, Germany,I Staack, Thyssen Krupp Marine Systems GmbH, Germany and V Köhler, benntec Systemtechnik GmbH, Germany
  • Computer Aided Structural Design Optimization in Selection of a T-Section with Uniform Strength: J Praful Tomy, Goa Shipyard Limited, India
  • How Intergraph Smart™ Yard Leverages the Engineering Design Basis to Improve Work Processes Across the Project Life Cycle: N Bashir, Intergraph Process, Power and Offshore, Singapore
  • Turning Ability of a Tanker in Shallow Waters Under Pronounced Environmental Effects: A V Saj, Poojari Deepti and A R Kar Indian Register of Shipping, India

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