18 February 2009

[yme4649] Ship Production - Storch (1995)

Describing the principles and practice of ship production employing state-of-the-art group technology, Ship Production is organized in three sections. The first introduces the topic and shipbuilding terms, economic and production management theories, and the general concept of group technology. This is followed by a description of the application of group technology to shipbuilding through a product-oriented work breakdown structure. Turning to the practice of shipbuilding, chapters are devoted to basic manufacturing and construction processes, historical and descriptive discussions of shipyard layout (leading to a group technology layout and the use of process lanes), a system for ship design and engineering to support the shipbuilding system, and design for production and CAD/CAM application. This major work has been completely revised and updated to reflect current information and practice in the shipbuilding industry.

Table of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION
The Shipbuilding Process - Shipbuilding Terms and Definitions - Ship Types - Shipyard Facilities - organization - Trades - Classification Societies and Regulatory Agencies - Status of the Shipbuilding Industry - The U.S. Shipbuilding Industry - The U S Shipbuilding Market - Resource Markets - Industry Organization and Performance - References

2. SHIPBUILDING MANAGEMENT THEORY
Introduction - Shipbuilding Economic Theory - The Shipbuilding Model - Graphical Analysis of the Shipbuilding Model - The Shipbuilding Model: An Example - Group Technology - Group Technology, an Overview - Group Technology Defined - Classification and Coding - Group Technology and the Shipbuilding Model - Work Breakdown Structures - Systems-Oriented Work Breakdown Structure - Product-Oriented Work Breakdown Structure (PWBS) - References

3. PRODUCT-ORIENTED WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE
Introduction - Planning for Production - Design and Material Definition - Production - Controlling - Costing - Zone Construction Method - Hull Block Construction Method (HBCM) - Zone Outfitting Method - Zone Painting Method - Pipe Piece Family Manufacture - Work Lots - Material Receiving - Pipe Piece Fabrication - Pipe Piece Assembly - Pipe Piece Joining - Testing and Coating - Palletizing - References

4. METAL MANUFACTURING AND CONSTRUCTION PROCESSES
Hull Materials - Structure of Metals - Phase Diagram of Steel - Properties of Steel - Types of Shipbuilding Steel - Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys - Metal Processes - Straightening of Plates and Sections - Cutting - Forming - Welding - Welding Processes - Soldering and Brazing - Distortion Removal - Outfit Processes - Machinery - Piping - Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning (HVAC) - Electrical - Accommodations - Deck Fittings - Combat Systems - Material-Handling Processes - Material-Handling Equipment - Material-Handling System Design - Rigging - Staging/Scaffolding, 149Surface Preparation and Coating - Surface Preparation - Shop Priming - Coating Systems - Flame-Sprayed Coating - Quality Assurance - Steel Process Quality Assurance - Outfit Process Quality Assurance - Test and Trials - Vessel Delivery Certificates - References

5. SHIPYARD LAYOUT
Historical Perspective - Pre-World War II - World War II-1960 - 1960-Present - Shipyard Facilities and Siting - General Yard Layout - Building Positions - Material Handling - Warehousing Facilities - Production Facilities - Process Lanes - Physical Process Lanes - Process Lane Loading - Reference

6. SHIP DESIGN AND ENGINEERING
Introduction - Design Cycle - Information Flow - GT Shipbuilding Impact on Desigrf/Engineering - Design Stages - Basic Design - Functional Design - Transition Design - Work Instruction Design - Mold Loft Interface - Design and Engineering for Production - General Principles - Standardization - Logic of Design - Design Changes - CAD/CAM - Hardware and Software - CAD Outputs - CAD/CAM Potential - Models - References

7. PLANNING, SCHEDULING, AND PRODUCTION CONTROL
Introduction - Planning and Production Organizations - Integration with Other Shipbuilding Functions - Networks - Activity Durations - Planning Overview - Shipyard Planning Overview - Project Planning and Scheduling Overview - Planning and Scheduling - Hull Construction Planning - Basic Planning and Scheduling - Detail Work Instruction Planning and Scheduling - Shop-Level Planning and Scheduling - Production Control - Man-hour Expenditures - Production Progress - Productivity Indices - Zone to System Transposition

# Title : Ship Production
# Author : Colin P. Hammon (Author), Howard M. Bunch (Author), Richard C. Moore (Author), Richard Lee Storch (Editor)
# Hardcover: 434 pages
# Publisher: Cornell Maritime Press; 2 edition (October 10, 1995)
# Language: English

# ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780870334610

# ISBN-10: 0870334611


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