Naval Ship Design

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  • able to land both at the same time also
  • theoretically no problem with more RAS stations, not very heavy or space consuming
  • no specific kind of ammo?
  • plus own use, resulting in a total of 9500 kubic meter
  • 3 meters wide, 4 meters high
  • we have interpreted this as minimum requirements
  • full ahp has been done
  • concept c comes out best from the ahp
  • simplified model
  • to ensure max stability, little heave motion
  • same rigging as seen on the picture, both sides at once is fine
  • example of RAS operation
  • if too heavy to transfer via RAS cables
  • helo = ambulance
  • helo deck may be used as storage if necessary
  • also side hatch, both sides
  • 5 m upper deck
  • we don't need to, but it's always a possibility
  • stowage factor of ______ designed with ample space to meet requirements
  • half the price of goalkeeper, good enough for us, and 22 other navies, including US Navy
  • latest edition
  • all the functionality of goalkeeper, and more
  • or as many as you want…
    may be changed to 5,56 machinegun, or 20 mm and similar weapons
  • force protection, small threats
  • good coverage, may attach more 50 cals if needed
    aft ciws will have limitations in angle when pointing forwards
  • and ammo, blast proof bulkheads, ballast
  • 2 decks, lower for humvees (4m high) upper for trucks and tanks (5m high)
  • unfolded chinook, 2 folded NH90, medical spaces, RAS, rest like JLSS
  • short about layout and power (4 x 5500 kW = total 21 MW)
    propulsion 7,5 MW each
    other stuff 6 MW
  • short about rules and layout
  • short about stability
  • quick break down
  • lots of redundancy
  • slightly less than JLSS, or the same
  • this concludes the presentation
  • for your attention
  • Naval Ship Design

    1. 1. JOINT LOGISTIC SUPPORT SHIP MT 044 - Naval Ship Design
    2. 2. The case
    3. 3. Build a ship
    4. 4. The ship
    5. 5. Requirements
    6. 6. 1 Chinook Landing spot
    7. 7. 1 Chinook Hangar Spot
    8. 8. 2 Folded NH90 Hangar Spots
    9. 9. 1 RAS station on each side
    10. 10. 200 tons of ammunition
    11. 11. 4000 tons of fuel
    12. 12. 1500 lane meters
    13. 13. CIWS & small guns
    14. 14. Reference ships Don't imitate, innovate
    15. 15. Bay Class
    16. 16. Whidbey Island Class
    17. 17. Rotterdam Fort
    18. 18. Berlin Protecteur
    19. 19. Supply Class
    20. 20. San Antonio Class
    21. 21. Our initial concepts First try
    22. 22. Concept A
    23. 23. Visby class
    24. 24. La Fayette class
    25. 25. Concept B
    26. 26. Lewis and Clark class
    27. 27. Concept C
    28. 28. Choose one Kill your darlings
    29. 29. Analytical Hierarchy Process
    30. 30. And the winner is...
    31. 31. Delftship model
    32. 32. Further work Bells and whistles
    33. 33. Replenishment At Sea Got fuel?
    34. 34. Located midships
    35. 35. Standard configuration
    36. 36. Able to service both sides at the same time
    37. 37. Helicopter Operations Special delivery
    38. 38. Used for heavy equipment
    39. 39. Medical transport
    40. 40. Extra deck storage capacity
    41. 41. RO-RO That's how we roll
    42. 42. Aft loading ramp
    43. 43. Increased deck height
    44. 44. 2 RO-RO decks
    45. 45. May use helo deck
    46. 46. Ammunition When all else fails
    47. 47. Ample space
    48. 48. Close In Weapon System If you can read this, you're too close...
    49. 49. Vulcan Phalanx
    50. 50. Block 1B Upgrade
    51. 51. Radar, IR, Burst mode, Manual
    52. 52. 4 × .50 caliber machine guns
    53. 53. Anti surface
    54. 54. Weapon Sectors .50 cal CIWS .50 cal .50 cal CIWS .50 cal
    55. 55. General Arrangement In the Navy, it's called Admiral...
    56. 56. Engine rooms and liquid bulk
    57. 57. RO-RO decks, ammo and switchboards
    58. 58. Helicopter deck & Hangar bay
    59. 59. Power Some have it, some don't
    60. 60. Flooding No thank you
    61. 61. 10 Bulkheads In accordance with DNV regulations
    62. 62. Worst case scenario Compartments 3+4 flooded
    63. 63. Subsystems Go for launch
    64. 64. CIWS function tree
    65. 65. CIWS cooling subsystem
    66. 66. Cost
    67. 67. The end
    68. 68. Questions?
    69. 69. Thank you
    70. 70. Ship Repair Case TU Delft

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