08 November 2008

[4S/yim253] PART 2: ENGINEERING FOR SHIP PRODUCTION (Lamb,1986)

Engineering for ship production is the use of production-oriented techniques to transmit and communicate the design and engineering data to the various users in a shipyard. There has been an increasing interest in this matter in the last few years, as witnessed by discussions on the format and content of engineering drawings. It is suggested that it is not the format and contents of engineering drawings that should be discussed, but rather what technical information is required to procure and construct the ship, and what is the best way to prepare and transmit this information. The format of engineering information including the content of drawings has developed over many years and changes and improvements have occurred very slowly, and in some shipyards and design offices, not at all.

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PART 2: ENGINEERING FOR SHIP PRODUCTION
2.1 General
2.2 Traditional Engineering
2.3 Production-Compatible Engineering
2.4 Dimensioning
2.5 Reference Lines
2.6 Accuracy Control
2.7 Basic Design
2.8 Product Engineering
2.9 Material Requirements
2.10 Engineering Models
2.11 Computer-Aided Engineering
2.12 Technical Support


# 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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