Let’s take a look at the final processes of the shipbuilding process followed by launching, outfitting and sea trials.
It is worthwhile to mention that in most of the places describing the preliminary design of ship’s hull structures, utmost priority is given to the midship section, thanks to the global stresses such as maximum hull girder bending and buckling loads taken into account.
In the ship building process, learn how the plates and sections are given shape and curvature according to the design of the vessel hull by surface preparation and machining of plates and sections in the hull shop.
Learn how for ship building process, the steel plates make its way from the stockyard to the surface treatment plant and cut into required shapes.
Learn about the Hull Girder type of vibration on ship, its excitation sources, and common design methods to reduce such type of vibration.
Lets take a look at categories of vibration on board ships, the basis of their categorisation, an insight on the origin of each type of vibration, and design techniques adopted to prevent them.
Learn why ship stability is of utmost importance during dry dock and how ship’s structure may get damaged at localised locations if the procedure is not carried out properly.
Learn about the dangers of heavy lifting operations from point of view of vessel stability and also find out how such operations affects ship stability.
One of the most important stages of a ship design process is the estimation, calculation and optimisation of a ship’s power requirements.
Ship designers must know the important aspects of the IACS Common Structural Rules (CSR). Let’s take a look at the most important and notable aspects of the Common Structural Rules (CSR) for solid bulk carriers and oil tankers.