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									WP2: Future Ship Designs



            Richard Pawling
              UCL NAME
Ship Designs: Background



• Result of Ship Design studies will be a parametric
  model representing:
  –   A range of ship types
  –   Sizes
  –   Capabilities
  –   With a range of LC technologies
• Main focus of UCL NA
• This is the bridge from WP 2 to WP 1
Model Development Plan 1



• Three stages of development:
  – Modelling of existing ships for refit with new
    technologies
  – Modelling of new ships designed for a mix of new and
    old technologies / concepts
  – Modelling of “ultimate” low carbon ships
• Should fit with timeframe for WP2 domain
  specialists
Model Development Plan 2



• Initial simple parametric models
  – Based on existing ship statistics
  – Minimal modelling of ship configuration
• Configurational parametric models
  – Modifications to existing ships
  – New build ships
• “Point” designs
  – Ultimate LCS designs
  – Examining specific problems
Work to Date



• Initial literature review
   – What can we model right now
• Simple parametric ship model
   –   Excel based
   –   Data from published sources
   –   Provide some stock for initial system model
   –   Surrogate for discussions on WP 1 / 2 interface
   –   Check for more detailed models
Initial Parametric Model: Data Sources
Initial Parametric Model: Bulk Carrier
Initial Parametric Model:
Bulk Carrier


          Capacity                            Size

     Design Speed                          Dimensions
                     Assumed Parameters:
                           Ship Style
                                           Installed Power
                         Form Factors
                           Bow Bulb
                        Trial Conditions   Generator Power

     Wind Speed
                                           Power / Speed
  Days out of Dock
Generation of Future Ship Designs



• Integration of NA and ME studies
• Point designs
  – Exemplar & ultimate designs
• Parameterised designs
  – Modular parametric model
• Impact on overall ship
  – Need to include whole ship changes
  – Will require a detailed model of the ship
Next Tasks



•   Debug spreadsheet model
•   Expand to include tankers & container ships
•   Follow up issues raised
•   Identification of:
    – Known LC technology interactions (matrix)
    – Ship information required for LC technology
      assessment (interfaces)
• Development of detailed design models

								
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