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ICCAS 2017 - Conference papers

ICCAS 2017 Singapore26 - 28 September 2017, Singapore

 

 

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Conference Papers

The International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding - ICCAS 2017 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:978-1-909024-67-0

Volume 1

  • Cyber Physical System in Shipbuilding Toward Realize Smart Shipyard: Integration of Monitoring System and Shipyard Simulation System: Kazuhiro Aoyama, Mayuna Hoshi, Yusei Hiro, Ryo Kitamura and Kazuya Oizumi, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  • A Framework for Assessing the Effects of Bias in Early-Stage Ship Design: M J Sypniewski and D J Singer, University of Michigan, USA
  • Optimal Arrangement Method for Naval Surface Ship Considering the Stability, Operability, and Survivability: S K Jung, M I Roh, S M Lee, K S Kim, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
  • A Case Study in Optimizing 3D Early Design for Shipbuilding: JS Cheong, Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea J Baumer, Intergraph, USA, HW Lee, Intergraph, Korea, SH Ha and JM Hong, Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea
  • Intent-Driven CAD vs Mechanical CAD in Shipbuilding – A Review and Solution Outline: T Dusch, B Franke, M Grau and C Zerbst, PROSTEP AG, Germany
  • Power With Simplicity To Visualize Your Digital Asset – A Revolution For Decision Making: Gauthier Stonestreet, AVEVA Solutions Ltd, Norway
  • An Integrated Optimization System for Reduction of Calm Water Resistance and Added Resistance in Waves of a Cruise Ship: Jiayi He, Marine Design and Research Institute of China
  • Bow Shape Optimization af a Cruise Ship for Minimum Added Resistance Based on Actual Operational Profile: P Y Feng, J Y He, S M Fan, J B Wang, Marine Design & Research Institute of China (MARIC), China
  • A Study on the Improvement and Application of System Dynamics Model for Demand Forecasting of Ships: Y Wada, Knowledge and Data System Department, National Maritime Research Institute, Japan K Hamada and N Hirata, Graduate School of Engineering, Hiroshima University, Japan
  • A Study on the Support System of Ship Basic Planning by Using Marine Logistics Big Data: Mohammad Danil Arifin, Kunihiro Hamada, Noritaka Hirata, and Kai Ihara, Hiroshima University, Japan Yuki Koide, Churyo Engineering Co., Ltd.
  • Investigating the Impact of Distributed System Routing Densities on Vessel Operability: C. J. Goodrum, C. P. F. Shields, and D. J. Singer, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, USA
  • Effective Utilization of Digital Design Assets During the Post-Design Phases in Modern Shipbuilding: M. Yllikäinen, Cadmatic Ltd, Finland
  • Performance Verification of the Air-Conditioning System in a Submarine: Jan D. Wilgenhof, MecDes, The Netherlands, and Jesús Molina Toledo, Navantia, Spain
  • Naval Ship Design Rules Embodiment in a CAD Tool: J.A. Muñoz, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas, S.A., Spain, Pérez, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas, S.A. – Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain and Santana, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas, S.A., Spain
  • Tools for Predicting Parametric Rolling and Its Application for Second Generation Intact Stability Criteria: J A Muñoz, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas, S.A.,-Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, SPAIN
  • Development of an Efficient Method for Equipment Installation of Vertical Pressure Vessels on Offshore Plants with 3D Scanning Technologies: M G Kim, S H Kim, S I Choi, J W Pyo and J T Lee, Central Research Institute, Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea
  • Android - Based Application Design for Welding Inspection of the New Shipbuilding: Sufian Imam Wahidi, Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology, Indonesia
  • High Performance Virtual Reality for Massively Complex 3D Models: Ken Goh, Knud E Hansen, Australia
  • Minimising the Designer / End User Knowledge Gap using Virtual Reality: W Pynn, Marine Institute of Memorial University, Canada
  • The Virtual Ship: From Design to Training: M. Peverero, D. Tozzi, A. Zini, CETENA S.p.A., Italy
  • The Implications of Uninhabited Vehicle Technology on Naval Fleet Structures and Naval Ship Design: N. Kouriampalis, R. J. Pawling, D. J. Andrews, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University College London, UK
  • Integrated Development Environment of Autonomic Software for USV (Unmanned Surface Vehicle) Based on ROS (Robot Operating System): H W Lee, M I Roh, L Zhao, S H Ham and N Kim, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea C W Yu, Agency for Defense Development, Republic of Korea

Volume 2

  • Variation of Asymmetric Side Hull of Pentamaran Hull Resistance by Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD): Z Zikrina, Yanuar, and F A Nugroho, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
  • Efficient Hull Form Design Optimisation Using Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithm And Morphing Approach: J H Ang, Sembcorp Marine Ltd., Singapore, and University of Glasgow, UK, C Goh, University of Glasgow, UK, V P Jirafe, Sembcorp Marine Ltd., Singapore, Y Li, University of Glasgow, UK
  • A Numerical and Experimental Study of Resistance, Trim and Sinkage of an Inland Ship Model in Extremely Shallow Water: Q Zeng, R Hekkenberg, C Thill and E Rotteveel, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
  • Enabling a Paradigm Shift in Ship Structural Design with a 3D Approach: T Hulkkonen, NAPA Ltd, Finland, H C Shin, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Korea N H Yi, Hyundai, Heavy Industries, Korea D H Jang, NAPA Ltd, Korea and T G Jang, NAPA Ltd, Korea
  • Auto-Fine Mesh Generation for Local Analysis Based on the Consistent Finite Element Model: MJ Son, JJ Woo, HG Park and JY Lee, Korean Register, Republic of Korea
  • An Integrated Procedure for Preliminary Tanker Ship Design Considering Oil Outflow Risk from Ship-Ship Collision: X Tan and J Tao, Maritime Institute at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore D Konovessis, Singapore Institute of Technology, Singapore and H E Ang, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • Development for Evaluation SW Regarding to Container Securing Strength: Jin-young Park, Dong-min Kuem, Jae-hun Jung, Korean Register of Shipping, Republic of Korea
  • Marine Propulsion Shafting Simulation Interfaces: M. Zeid, Caterpillar Propulsion, Sweden
  • Research on Large-Scale Marine Propulsion Shafting Load Test and Adjustment Technology: Ji Wang, Collaborative Innovation Center for Advanced Ship and Deep-sea Exploration, School of Ocean Engineering, State Key Laboratory of Structural Analysis for Industrial Equipment, Dalian University of Technology, China, Zhongchi Liu and Dongxin Xue, School of Power and Energy, Dalian University of Technology, China, Shengjun Zhang and Feixiang Wang, School of Ocean Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China
  • Technological Advancements Made in Nakilat’s Fleet: H.R. Suwaid, Nakilat, Qatar
  • Synchronised Monitoring of Sustainability and Life Cycle Costs with a Modular Maritime IT- Platform: R Ahlers, BALance Technology Consulting GmbH, Germany, A Fontana, SUPSI - Scuola Universitaria Professionale della Svizzera Italiana, CH M Petrucciani, Dassault Systèmes Italia Srl, Italy, J Cassina, Holonix S.r.L, Italy, D Corti, SUPSI - Scuola Universitaria Professionale della Svizzera Italiana, CH C Norden, BALance Technology Consulting GmbH, Germany
  • The Concept of Speeds (Smart Platform Of Enhanced Engineering Data for Shipping and Shipbuilding) and Innovative use of Ship 3D Data: K Hamada, Hiroshima University, JP, T Hiraki, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., JP, M Nagano, Japan Marine United Corporation, JP and M Ozaki, NTT Data Engineering Systems Corporation, Japan
  • Smarter Production, Panel Line Optimization: K C Salmi, Hexagon PPM, Singapore
  • Leveraging Engineering 3D Design Models for Production Planning Through the Shipbuilding Project Lifecycle: Stalin P. Ybiernas, Keppel Singmarine, Singapore, Najaf Bashir, Hexagon PPM (Previously known as Intergraph PPM), Singapore Davide Guzzi, Hexagon PPM (Previously known as Intergraph PPM), U.S.A
  • Big Data Analytics to Predict System’s Behavior: The RAAS (Radar As A Service) Concept: Alessandro Garibbo, Leonardo S.p.A., Italy
  • The Next Generation of Asset Integrity Management Systems: J Esteve, Bureau Veritas, France and A Tew-Kaï, Dassault-Systèmes, France
  • Advanced Reporting as a Tool in Complex Multidisciplinary Analysis – Case Generic Survivability Assessment: R Kotiranta and K Partiala, Surma Ltd, Finland
  • Application of Numerical Simulation of Corrosion in Ship and Marine Structures: Zhu Shengqing, Yang Rui, Xiao Gang, GLB
  • On a Concept of a 3D CAD/CAM System Based on Geometric Theory for CFRP Plates Molding Process in Shipbuilding: K Matsuo, M Takezawa and A Sakurai, National Maritime Research Institute, Japan
  • Virtual Reality Empowered Design: A Cebollero and L Sánchez, Sener Ingeniería y Sistemas S A, Spain
  • Using Virtual Reality Paradigm to Present Ship Structures in CAD Environment: G Šikić, USCS d.o.o., Croatia
  • Wearable Application in Shipbuilding: G Rogero Fernando, Optio Marine Pvt Ltd, India
  • Experience Capture in Shipbuilding Through Computer Applications and Neural Networks: S. U. Sangeet, K. Sivaprasad, Yashwant R. Kamath, Department of Ship Technology, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kerala, India
  • Holistic Ship Design – How to Utilise a Digital Twin in Concept Design Through Basic and Detailed Design: T-H Stachowski and H Kjeilen, Digitread AS, Norway
  • Improvements in Learning Process and Productivity. An Analysis of the Return of the Investment: R Perez, SENER, Spain
  • Efficient Model Data Reuse Through Advanced Copy Techniques: Joseph Baumer, Intergraph PP&M, USA
  • Driving Transformation in the Age of Experience: A Tew Kai, Dassault Systèmes, France
  • Methodology for Efficient Application of 3D Ship Modelling Software: Damir J. Kolich, University of Rijeka, Armin Becirevic, Niksa Fafanjel, Richard Lee Storch, University of Washington
  • Ship Concept Design Based on a 3D-CAD-System Including a Requirement Verification: H Lindner and R Bronsart, University of Rostock, Germany

Volume 3

  • A CAD/CAE Integrated System of Ship Structure Custom-Developed Based on NN Platform: Chen YouFang, Wang LiRong, Meng FanChong, China Classification Society, China
  • A Study on Decision Support Methodology for Evaluating IOT Technologies Using Systems Approach: K Hiekata, T Mitsuyuki, R Ueno and R Wada, The University of Tokyo, Japan, B Moser, The University of Tokyo, Japan / Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
  • An Enterprise Modelling Approach for the Early Ship Design: W Jabary Tischreen University, Syria and R Bronsart University of Rostock, Germany
  • Smarter Production, Industry 4.0: Dream or Reality?: Marcel Veldhuizen, Intergraph PP&M, Netherlands
  • Acoustic Simulation for Cabin on Ship by Finite Element Method: Y. Wakisaka, Altair Engineering, Inc., Japan and Y. Ohtsuki, Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Japan
  • Development of Ship Structural Design and Assessment System Based on Harmonized CSR: Ho-Gyun Park, Korean Register, Republic of KOREA
  • A Model Based Approval Process for Basic Hull Design: O C Astrup, DNV GL, Norway and C Cabos, DNV GL, Germany
  • 3D Digital Classification: Lionel Le Guennic, Cédric Cheylan, Thierry Le Gal, Naval Group, France Christophe Chauviere, Olivier Degrand, Bureau Veritas, France, Alexandre Tew Kai, Glenn Dutrieux, Sébastien Veret, Dassault Systèmes, France
  • Integration of Ship Hull Form Modeling Based on Subdvision Surfaces With Other Ship Design Tools: SH Greshake, University of Rostock, Germany R Bronsart, University of Rostock, Germany
  • Conceptual Design of Trimaran Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) for Manuverability and High Speed Testing: Zulfah Zikrina, Aqil.A Reksoprodjo, Fereizqo A. Sulaiman, Ida B. Krishna, Aldwin A. Hermanudin, Universitas Indonesia
  • Intelligent PME Software for Productivity in Design Offices: P S Chopra, MRINA; Manager, Technical & Business Development, SeaTech Solutions International (s) Pte. Ltd., U R Gadekari, MRINA; Assistant Manager, SeaTech Solutions International (s) Pte. Ltd., Singapore
  • Innovative Progress Monitoring Tool for Electrical Detail Design: Anish S, Cochin shipyard Ltd, Cochin, India
  • Automated Generation of Detailed Cabling Documentation for Cruise Ships’, Passenger and Commercial Vessels’ Accommodation:  A V Lalechos, LePlan, Greece D Maketas, LePlan, Switzerland A Pavlou, LePlan, Greece and I Davaris, LePlan, Greece
  • Incorporating Subjective Preferences in Design Sythesis Models With Limited Information: D C Brefort and D J Singer, University of Michigan, USA
  • Automatic Piping Arrangement Design Considering Piping Supports and Curved Surfaces of Building Blocks: H Kimura, Kyushu University, JAPAN
  • Spatial Augmented Reality for Manufacturing Information of Curved Shell Plates: K Hiekata, T Mitsuyuki, M Enomoto and K Okada, The University of Tokyo, Japan, Y Furukawa, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
  • Pre-Processing Module for the Welding Distortion Analysis According to the Different Assembly Sequences: M S Kang, H Chung, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea
  • A Framework Study on Plate Forming Caused by Flame Heating with Elastic FE Computation Jiangchao Wang, Huazhong University of Science and Technology Hong Zhou, Jiangsu University of Science and Technology
  • Influence of Computer Applications in Resistance Prediction of Marine Vessels: Sri Harish Kalidass, Blue Bear Systems and Research, UK and University of Plymouth, UK
  • Development of a Code for Power Prediction of a Ship at Preliminary Design Stage: Md Mesbah Uddin, Chittagong Dry Dock Limited, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh
  • Single Source Data – Help or Hindrance?: J L Martin, SAMOSC Ltd., UK
  • CAD/CAM Integration with PLM in Naval Shipbuilding: D Morais, M Waldie, SSI, Canada B Benevelo, ARCOS Innovations, Canada
  • Big Data Platform for PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) Systems in Shipbuilding and Offshore Industry: S H Kim, M I Roh, M J Oh and S W Park, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea N K Ku, Dong-eui University, Republic of Korea, S H Myung, Youngsan University, Republic of Korea
  • A Study on the Effective Collaboration Concept Between Different Several Design Stages: T Kunisada, Sanoyas Shipbuilding Corporation, Japan T Murakami, NAPA Japan Ltd., Japan and S Kasai, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas
  • Towards a Marine Digital Twin: Predictive Engineering Analytics For Ship Design S W Ferguson, Siemens PLM Software, UK
  • Improving Launch and Recovery Operations Through Quiescent Period Prediction from Radar: M. Al-Ani, J. Christmas and M.R. Belmont, University of Exeter, UK, J M Duncan and J Duncan, Ministry of Defence Equipment and Support HQ, UK. B Ferrier, Hoffman Engineering Corp., USA.
  • All Weather Ship Operational Prediction Using Simulation – Technology Developments and Results from a Dedicated Royal Navy and Related Sea Trials: Prof. B Ferrier, Hoffman Engineering, Dynamic Interface Laboratory, USA Prof. J Duncan, Defence Equipment & Support, MOD, UK, Prof. M. R. Belmont, Exeter University, UK Dr. J. T. Christmas, Exeter University, UK and Mr. J. Duncan, Defence Equipment & Support, MOD, UK
  • Real-Time Ship Air-Wake And Free Stream Measurements using Doppler Lidar: M R Belmont and J Christmas, University of Exeter, UK, J M Duncan and J Duncan, Ministry of Defence Equipment and Support HQ, UK. B Ferrier, Hoffman Engineering Corp., USA and R Potts, BAE Systems, UK.
  • Ensuring Software Reliability, Safety, and Security: David Card, DNV GL, USA
  • Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in Distributed CAD Environments: L. Seppälä, CADMATIC, Finland

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