Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (chiefly color)
Revisiting the HOLISHIP Project
Integration of Tools for Application Case Studies
Design and Operation of an Offshore Support Vessel
Development of a Tool for the Assessment of Lightweight Bulkheads and Decks Made of Composite Materials
Design for Maintainability of a Research Vessel's Engine Room
Design of a Multi-Purpose Ocean Vessel
Virtual Vessel Framework for Merchant Ship Maneuvering Operation
Hydrodynamic Optimisation for Life-Cycle Operation
Model-based Systems Engineering for the Design and Operational Assessment of Marine Energy Systems and Retrofitting Solutions
Gravity Base Foundation Concept for a Platform in Icy Shallow Waters
RoPax Design Revisited--Evolution or Revolution?
SHIPLYS (Ship Life Cycle Software Solutions) Concept for Ship Newbuilding and Retrofitting Bids
LINCOLN--Lean Innovative Connected Vessels.
This book deals with modern Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software tools and platforms implemented in ship design, the integration of techno-economic databases, the use of optimisation and simulation software tools, which are integrated in these platforms, and the virtual modelling of ships and their operation by using a Virtual Vessel Framework (VVF). It contains a series of application case studies related to the developed holistic approach to ship design and operation. Nine case studies are described, referring to the design and operation of various ship types, namely RoPax, cruise ship, double-ended ferry, bulk carrier, containership, offshore support vessel, ocean surveillance ship and research vessel and one offshore structure. All case studies are driven by leading representatives of the European Maritime Industry. This book complements A Holistic Approach to Ship Design, volume 1, which covers methods and tools for the life cycle optimisation and assessment of ship design and operation. (source: Nielsen Book Data)