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MAN 3D Engine Viewer Advantages and Disadvantages of an Online Model Configuration



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  • MAN Diesel Engine ViewerAdvantages & Draw backs ofan Online Configuration Heiko Schmidt Head of Engineering Business Unit Medium Speed SBU Marine & EnginesMAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 <1>
  • MAN Diesel & Turbo SE  „Engineering the Future – since 1758“2011 MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 <2>
  • MAN Group Corporate Structure MAN SEBusiness Commercial Vehicles Power Engineering MAN MAN MANCompany Nutzfahrzeuge Latin America Diesel & Turbo RENK (76,6%) Revenues ’09: 6.4 bn€ Revenues ’09: 1.4 bn€* Revenues ’09: 3,8 bn€Investments Sinotruk (25,0% +1 Share), Scania (17,4%**) * April-December 2009 MAN Group 2009: 12.0 bn€ Revenues, 47,700 Employees ** Voting Rights MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 <3> View slide
  • Product Range - MAN Diesel & Turbo by Strategic Business UnitEngines & Marine Turbomachinery Power Plants After Sales Systems MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 <4> View slide
  • Areas of activityDiesel Engine range from 450 kW to 87,000 kWMAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 <5>
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer AgendaMAN Engine Viewer  Functions and purposeViewer since 2003 (MDT)  Assets and drawbacksViewer new generation (MDT/Cadenas)  Assets and drawbacksViewer next generation  Scope and demands MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 <6>
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer AgendaMAN Engine Viewer  Functions and purposeViewer since 2003 (MDT)  Assets and drawbacksViewer new generation (MDT/Cadenas)  Assets and drawbacksViewer next generation  Scope and demands MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 <7>
  • Products Engines & Marine Systems 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines for marine applications Output range from 450 kW to 87,000 kW (Low Speed) Gensets from 450 kW to 11,200 kW Fuels: diesel, bio-fuels, heavy-fuel oil, gas/dual fuel Complete propulsion packages Axial and radial turbochargers for 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines, injection systems MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 <8>
  • Areas of activityMarine Systems Engineering MAN Diesel Core Components MAN Diesel Equipment Supply Consortial Partnering Yard SupplyMAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 <9>
  • MAN Diesel Engine ViewerMAN Diesel Engineering Service Yards and Ship designer ask for 3D light weight shape models for engines, gensets, propulsion trains and equipment needed for rapid prototype design of engine room arrangementsMAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 10 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer Engine room study Arrangement: Study diesel-electric drive for a 1100TEU container vessel MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 11 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer MAN 3D Viewer family of MDT MAN Engine ViewerPropulsion Viewer MAN Engine Viewer via Cadenas GenSet Viewer MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 12 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer AgendaMAN Engine Viewer  Functions and purposeViewer since 2003 (MDT)  Assets and drawbacksViewer new generation (MDT/Cadenas)  Assets and drawbacksViewer next generation  Scope and demands MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 13 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine ViewerAssets  First configurator on the market  Self-explanatory application  Fast viewing  Low platform investmentMAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 14 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine ViewerMAN Engine Viewer Engine nozzle-information No. 4173, cooling water inlet, DN125 No. 2171, oil inlet, DN200 No. 2197, drain from oil pan free end, DN300MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 15 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer Drawings Preliminary outline drawing MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 16 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer Drawbacks Excessive efforts for modelling and pre configuration Selective predefined configs only Import problems for other CAD File size after conversion Only few neutral formats reliable No native formats for ship design No professional CAD format service MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 17 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer ExperienceExperience with neutral CAD formatsMAN Diesel & Turbo can only focus on asmall no of neutral export formatsModel validation of converted CADformats within MAN IT Environment notaffordableExperience regarding quality of Customers demandconversion and import within customer Full range of engine application portfolioenvironment sporadically for fast download (24/7) Small size of 3D light shape models as native customer specific format Validated and reliable 3D models for arrangement pre studies (self configuration) and detailed plant engineering (certified by supplier) MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 18 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer AgendaMAN Engine Viewer  Functions and purposeViewer since 2003 (MDT)  Assets and drawbacksViewer new generation (MDT/Cadenas)  Assets and drawbacksViewer next generation  Scope and demands MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 19 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer MAN 3D Viewer with Cadenas technologyOnline GUI with Cadenas PARTSolution – adopted to MDT specification MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 20 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer MDT 3D Engine Viewer – Partsolution / Cadenas All configuration variants ready for download Reasonable effort for modelling No MAN effort for pre configuration Almost all neutral formats available Native formats for shipyards CAD Compressed file size in CAD Professional CAD format service (Cadenas) MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 21 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer MDT 3D Engine Viewer Partsolution / CadenasDrawbacks Long run time for online conversion GUI for CAD professionals To complex for quick selection Extended requirements for server performance Modelling in Cadenas system only MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 22 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine ViewerMDT 3D Engine Viewer Partsolution/CadenasMAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 23 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer 3D Format service via Cadenas Neutral 3D MAN CAD-System Pro/E Native 3D formats formats STEP AP214 Tribon ACIS SAT 4.0 Unigraphic IGES Catia VRML PDMS STL Autocad 3D-PDF Cadmatic JT IntergraphAssets neutral formats: Assets native formats:- Direct model conversion from own CAD system - Compact file sizes- Usable for different purposes Drawing export - Tested interfaces- Easy viewing - Full functionality in target CAD system DWG / DXF MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 24 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine ViewerImport experience in shipyards CAD systems Import in Autocad Import in Unigraphics Import in Import n. PDMS CATIA V5MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 25 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer AgendaMAN Engine Viewer  Functions and purposeViewer since 2003 (MDT)  Assets and drawbacksViewer new generation (MDT/Cadenas)  Assets and drawbacksViewer next generation  Scope and demands MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 26 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer Difference Standard design and Order designProject handled with: FSG Germany Standard configuration for prototyping and arrangement studies: - Selection and download from Online MAN Engine Viewer by Yard Order specific design for detailed engine room arrangement: - Selected Engine Viewer model adapted by MAN engineering service to order specific requirements MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 27 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer Difference Standard design and Order designProject handled with: Daewoo Korea Standard configuration for prototyping and arrangement studies: - Selection and download from Online MAN Engine Viewer by Yard Order specific design for detailed engine room arrangement: - Selected Engine Viewer model adapted by MAN engineering service to order specific requirements MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 28 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer Workflow CAD data transfer Product Design Project Design Ship Design / Configurator (Pro/E or other ) (Pro/E or other ) Cadenas Technology Engine Configuration / Cadenas createdconstruction in Transfer via Selection Standard model LOD 2 Pro/EPro/E - model Current Status paper or 3D from EE model Status 1.1 Download Standard model via ExtranetLiving Engine Use in shipconstruction in LOD 2 Pro/E Order Pro/E Current Status Config design related Status 1.2 Order xy configuration selected by ship designLiving Engineconstruction in LOD 2 Pro/E Set-actual Pro/E Current Status comparison Project Platform Status 1.3 Cadenas Technology Adapted Cadenas order Transfer via related modelLiving Engine paper or 3Dconstruction in model Pro/E Status 1.x Ship yards MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 29 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer Models of the future Engine-specific data: Material information Safety instructions Classification regulations Maintenance regulations TrainingVirtual realityAugmented reality Work cards Removal simulation Ergonomic studies MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 30 >
  • MAN Diesel Engine Viewer Product Design Project Design Ship Design / Configurator (Pro/E or other ) (Pro/E or other ) Cadenas Technology Engine Configuration / Cadenas createdconstruction in Transfer via Selection Standard model LOD 2 Pro/EPro/E - model Current Status paper or 3D from GE model Status 1.1 Download Standard model via ExtranetLiving Engine Use in shipconstruction in LOD 2 Pro/E Order Pro/E Current Status Config design related Status 1.2 Order xy configuration selected by ship designLiving Engineconstruction in LOD 2 Pro/E Set-actual Pro/E Current Status comparison Project Platform Status 1.3 Cadenas Technology Adapted Cadenas order Transfer via related modelLiving Engine paper or 3Dconstruction in model Pro/E Status 1.x Ship yards MAN Diesel Engine Viewer © MAN Diesel & Turbo 09.02.2011 < 31 >