08 November 2008

[4S/yim253] PART 1: DESIGN FOR SHIP PRODUCTION (Lamb.1986)

Ship designers cannot effectively design for production without knowing how the ship will be constructed. Therefore, the principal problem for design for ship production is the development of this knowledge for engineering. This can be accomplished by the development of shipyard production specifications for each shipyard and building plans for each ship to be constructed prior to commencing detailed engineering.

The shipbuilding process, conceptually can divided into four phases, namely:
1. Production Definition - Including engineering, planning, material procurement, and manufacturing data
2. Component Process - Where either raw steel is processed into usable components or equipment is received
3. Assembly Process - Where structural components are assembled arid packaged machinery units constructed
4. Ship Joining Process - Where structural modules are joined together and machinery, equipment, distributive systems, and outfit not previously installed in the modules are installed in the ship

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PART 1: DESIGN FOR SHIP PRODUCTION
1.1 General
1.2 What is Design for Ship Production
1.3 Basic Design
1.4 Group Technology
1.5 Structure
1.6 Hull Outfit
1.7 Machinery
1.8 Piping
1.9 HVAC
1.10 Electrical
1.11 Integration of Systems
1.12 Advanced Outfitting


# Title : ENGINEERING FOR SHIP PRODUCTION
# Author : Thomas Lamb
# Date : January 1986
# Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration, Washington, D C
# Keywords: Ship Design, Engineering and Engineering Management for Efficient Ship Production

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