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Naval archtechture and ship constraction introduction

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  • 1. SHIP CONSTRUCTION By; DR. Oladokun Sulaiman Olanrewaju
  • 2. General Learning Objective:At the end of the lesson , students will be able to :• Mention accurately structural members of ship constructions• Define Ships terminology properly• Explain the types of framing system typically applied for ship construction
  • 3. NavigationWeek 1 – Ship construction overviewWeek 2 - ship construction processWeek 2 - Ship form and dimensionWeek 3 – The development of ship typesWeek 5 – Ship structureWeek 6 – ship outfittingWeek 7 – assignment project
  • 4. INTRODUCTIONShip construction overviewIntroduction to the Ship Constructions and some aspects to be considered that affect on its design.• SPECIFIC LEARNING OBJECTIVESAt the end of the topic student will be able to:• Know the nature of ship building• Know the importance of shipbuilding• Know Ship building process and shipyard practice• Know the ship building regulatory bodies
  • 5. INTRODUCTION
  • 6. Nature of shipbuilding• Occupy large areas and employ large number of people• Multiple discipline that involve naval architecture, Mechanical engineer , marine engineer, structure , finance, and management• Require diverse skill worker including welder, joiner, filters etc• Tailor made complex job oriented which requires tremendous amount of planning and information exchange• Require large capital investment• Matured industry with establish technology
  • 7. IMPORTANCE OF SHIPBUILDINGShipbuilding is important in economy of the nations for the following reason:• To provide sea transport that is economic, reliable , safe and effective for transportation goods and passenger• To reduce foreign decency on foreign ships• To reduce payment to foreign ship for import and export• In emergency situation• Source of foreign exchange
  • 8. Ship building process• Owner requirements-• Preliminary / concept design-DimensionDisplacementStabilityPropulsive characteristics and hull formDetail general arrangementPrincipal structural details• Contract design• Bidding and contracting• Detail design• planning and scheduling• Construction
  • 9. Ship typesCargo ship• Tanker• Bulk carrier• Passenger ships• Fishing vessels• Industrial vessels• Combatant ships• Others
  • 10. Shipyard facilities• Location and access to water-graving dock, Surface preparation and coating launching, ways or Pipe floating dry-dock Sheet metal• Piers Machine Electrical• Shops to perform Storage work related to : Offices• Steelmaking, cutting,• And forming shop• Steel assembly shop
  • 11. Shipyard organization• Administration• Production• Engineering• Purchasing• Quality assurance• Project management
  • 12. Trade skill• Air condition and Lofts man equipment mechanics Machinist- inside and outside• Blaster Molder• Boiler maker Ordinance equipment• Carpenter mechanics• chipper / grinder Painter• Electrician- inside and Patternmaker outside Pipe filter, Pipe welder• Electronics Rigger/ crane operator• Electroplating Sheet metal mechanics• Insulator Shipfittter• Joiner Shipwright Tacker/ burner• Laborer Welder
  • 13. Classification society and regulatory agencies• Classification society and regulatory agency :• ABS• LLOYD• BV• GERMANISHER LLOYD• RINA• NIPON GAIGI NKOKAI• DnV

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