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The Resource Computational Ship Design

Computational Ship Design

Label
Computational Ship Design
Title
Computational Ship Design
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book offers an introduction to the fundamental principles and systematic methodologies employed in computational approaches to ship design. It takes a detailed approach to the description of the problem definition, related theories, mathematical formulation, algorithm selection, and other core design information. Over eight chapters and appendices the book covers the complete process of ship design, from a detailed description of design theories through to cutting-edge applications. Following an introduction to relevant terminology, the first chapters consider ship design equations and models, freeboard calculations, resistance prediction and power estimation. Subsequent chapters cover topics including propeller deign, engine selection, hull form design, structural design and outfitting. The book concludes with two chapters considering operating design and economic factors including construction costs and fuel consumption. The book reflects first-hand experiences in ship design and R & D activities, and incorporates improvements based on feedback received from many industry experts. Examples provided are based on genuine case studies in the field. The comprehensive description of each design stage presented in this book offers guidelines for academics, researchers, students, and industrial manufactures from diverse fields, including ocean engineering and mechanical engineering. From a commercial point of view the book will be of great value to those involved in designing a new vessel or improving an existing ship
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Roh, Myung-Il
Dewey number
620
Index
index present
LC call number
TA1-2040
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Lee, Kyu-Yeul
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  • Naval architecture
  • Shipbuilding
Label
Computational Ship Design
Instantiates
Publication
Note
6.8.1 Selection of Main Engine
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Generals; 1.2 Basic Requirements and Functions of a Ship; 1.3 Ship Terminologies; 1.3.1 Principal Dimensions; 1.3.2 Ship Components; 1.3.3 Weight and Volume; 1.3.4 Speed and Power; 1.4 Design Stages; References; Chapter 2: Analysis of Ship Ownerś Requirements; 2.1 Generals; 2.2 Ship Ownerś Requirements; 2.3 Survey of Parent Ships; 2.4 Review of Rules and Regulations; 2.4.1 IMO (International Maritime Organization); 2.4.2 Classification Societies; 2.4.3 Administrations; References; Chapter 3: Design Constraints; 3.1 Generals
  • 3.2 Physical Constraint3.3 Economical Constraints; 3.3.1 Volume Equation; 3.3.2 Service Speed and DFOC (Daily Fuel Oil Consumption); 3.4 Regulatory Constraints; 3.4.1 Required Freeboard; 3.4.2 Required Stability; 3.5 Computational Guide; 3.5.1 Weight Equation; 3.5.2 Volume Equation; 3.5.3 Required Freeboard; 3.5.4 Required Stability; References; Chapter 4: Estimation of Lightweight; 4.1 Generals; 4.2 Method 1: Using the Lightweight of Parent Ship; 4.3 Method 2: Using the Ratio of Deadweight to Total Weight; 4.4 Method 3: Using the Length, Breadth, and Depth
  • 4.5 Method 4: Dividing into Structural, Outfit, and Machinery Weights4.5.1 Structural Weight (Ws); 4.5.2 Outfit Weight (Wo); 4.5.3 Machinery Weight (Wm); 4.5.4 Lightweight; 4.6 Computational Guide; 4.6.1 Method 1; 4.6.2 Method 2; 4.6.3 Method 3; 4.6.4 Method 4; References; Chapter 5: Prediction of Resistance and Power; 5.1 Generals; 5.2 Ship Resistance; 5.3 Methods for Prediction of Resistance; 5.4 Prediction of Resistance by Holtrop and Mennenś Method; 5.4.1 Frictional Resistance (RF); 5.4.2 Appendage Resistance (RAPP); 5.4.3 Wave Resistance (RW)
  • 5.4.4 Additional Pressure Resistance of Bulbous Bow (RB)5.4.5 Additional Pressure Resistance of Immersed Transom (RTR); 5.4.6 Model-Ship Correlation Resistance (RA); 5.4.7 Total Resistance (RT); 5.5 Prediction of Propulsion Factors; 5.5.1 Propulsive Efficiency (etaD); 5.5.2 Propeller Efficiency in Open Water (etaO); 5.5.3 Hull Efficiency (etaH); 5.5.4 Relative Rotative Efficiency (etaR); 5.5.5 Wake Fraction Coefficient (w); 5.5.6 Thrust Deduction Coefficient (t); 5.6 Power Prediction; 5.6.1 Effective Horse Power (EHP); 5.6.2 Thrust Horse Power (THP); 5.6.3 Delivered Horse Power (DHP)
  • 5.6.4 Shaft Horse Power (SHP)5.6.5 Brake Horse Power (BHP); 5.6.6 Normal Continuous Rating (NCR); 5.6.7 Maximum Continuous Rating (MCR); 5.7 Computational Guide; 5.7.1 Method for Prediction of Resistance; 5.7.2 Method for Prediction of Propulsion Factors; 5.7.3 Method for Prediction of Power; References; Chapter 6: Selection of Main Engine; 6.1 Generals; 6.2 Characteristics of Diesel Engine; 6.3 Power and Speed of Engine; 6.4 Layout Diagram of Engine; 6.5 Selection of Main Engine; 6.6 Estimation of DFOC; 6.7 Estimation of Capacity of Fuel Oil; 6.8 Computational Guide
Control code
SPR1005614731
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (381 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789811048852
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1007/978-981-10-4885-2
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1005614731
  • (OCoLC)1005614731
Label
Computational Ship Design
Publication
Note
6.8.1 Selection of Main Engine
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Generals; 1.2 Basic Requirements and Functions of a Ship; 1.3 Ship Terminologies; 1.3.1 Principal Dimensions; 1.3.2 Ship Components; 1.3.3 Weight and Volume; 1.3.4 Speed and Power; 1.4 Design Stages; References; Chapter 2: Analysis of Ship Ownerś Requirements; 2.1 Generals; 2.2 Ship Ownerś Requirements; 2.3 Survey of Parent Ships; 2.4 Review of Rules and Regulations; 2.4.1 IMO (International Maritime Organization); 2.4.2 Classification Societies; 2.4.3 Administrations; References; Chapter 3: Design Constraints; 3.1 Generals
  • 3.2 Physical Constraint3.3 Economical Constraints; 3.3.1 Volume Equation; 3.3.2 Service Speed and DFOC (Daily Fuel Oil Consumption); 3.4 Regulatory Constraints; 3.4.1 Required Freeboard; 3.4.2 Required Stability; 3.5 Computational Guide; 3.5.1 Weight Equation; 3.5.2 Volume Equation; 3.5.3 Required Freeboard; 3.5.4 Required Stability; References; Chapter 4: Estimation of Lightweight; 4.1 Generals; 4.2 Method 1: Using the Lightweight of Parent Ship; 4.3 Method 2: Using the Ratio of Deadweight to Total Weight; 4.4 Method 3: Using the Length, Breadth, and Depth
  • 4.5 Method 4: Dividing into Structural, Outfit, and Machinery Weights4.5.1 Structural Weight (Ws); 4.5.2 Outfit Weight (Wo); 4.5.3 Machinery Weight (Wm); 4.5.4 Lightweight; 4.6 Computational Guide; 4.6.1 Method 1; 4.6.2 Method 2; 4.6.3 Method 3; 4.6.4 Method 4; References; Chapter 5: Prediction of Resistance and Power; 5.1 Generals; 5.2 Ship Resistance; 5.3 Methods for Prediction of Resistance; 5.4 Prediction of Resistance by Holtrop and Mennenś Method; 5.4.1 Frictional Resistance (RF); 5.4.2 Appendage Resistance (RAPP); 5.4.3 Wave Resistance (RW)
  • 5.4.4 Additional Pressure Resistance of Bulbous Bow (RB)5.4.5 Additional Pressure Resistance of Immersed Transom (RTR); 5.4.6 Model-Ship Correlation Resistance (RA); 5.4.7 Total Resistance (RT); 5.5 Prediction of Propulsion Factors; 5.5.1 Propulsive Efficiency (etaD); 5.5.2 Propeller Efficiency in Open Water (etaO); 5.5.3 Hull Efficiency (etaH); 5.5.4 Relative Rotative Efficiency (etaR); 5.5.5 Wake Fraction Coefficient (w); 5.5.6 Thrust Deduction Coefficient (t); 5.6 Power Prediction; 5.6.1 Effective Horse Power (EHP); 5.6.2 Thrust Horse Power (THP); 5.6.3 Delivered Horse Power (DHP)
  • 5.6.4 Shaft Horse Power (SHP)5.6.5 Brake Horse Power (BHP); 5.6.6 Normal Continuous Rating (NCR); 5.6.7 Maximum Continuous Rating (MCR); 5.7 Computational Guide; 5.7.1 Method for Prediction of Resistance; 5.7.2 Method for Prediction of Propulsion Factors; 5.7.3 Method for Prediction of Power; References; Chapter 6: Selection of Main Engine; 6.1 Generals; 6.2 Characteristics of Diesel Engine; 6.3 Power and Speed of Engine; 6.4 Layout Diagram of Engine; 6.5 Selection of Main Engine; 6.6 Estimation of DFOC; 6.7 Estimation of Capacity of Fuel Oil; 6.8 Computational Guide
Control code
SPR1005614731
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (381 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789811048852
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1007/978-981-10-4885-2
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1005614731
  • (OCoLC)1005614731

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