Production, Operation and Robustness Module

J.D. Caprace, F. Bair, M. Hübler, Iraklis Lazakis, Osman Turan, V. Zanic, J. Andric, P. Prebeg, K. Piric

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution book

Abstract

Nowadays, simulation and Life Cycle Cost (LCC) assessment becomes more and more important in shipbuilding industry. In order to survive in the competitive market environment, manufacturers now have to consider reducing the cost of the entire life cycle of a product, called LCC. This research was initiated with the idea of developing a methodology/framework to be able to assess the life cycle
cost/earning of production and maintenance/repair with respect to the scantlings structural optimization variables to be used during the conceptual ship design stage. Three main modules as been implemented during this project: A life cycle cost/earning of production and maintenance/repair, a detailed Discrete Event Simulation (DES) for production and scheduling and a design robustness of the structural solution related to various fabrication and operational parameters. These three modules as well as the main results are briefly presented here.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceeding of IMPROVE Final Workshop
Subtitle of host publicationDesign of Improved and Competitive Ships using and Integrated Decision Support System for Ship Production and Operation
EditorsVedran Vanic, Jerolim Andric
Place of PublicationZagreb
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 18 Sep 2009
EventIMPROVE Final Workshop: Design of Improved and Competitive Ships using Integrated Decision Support System for Ship Production and Operation - Dubrovnik, Croatia
Duration: 17 Sep 200919 Sep 2009

Conference

ConferenceIMPROVE Final Workshop: Design of Improved and Competitive Ships using Integrated Decision Support System for Ship Production and Operation
CountryCroatia
CityDubrovnik
Period17/09/0919/09/09

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Life cycle
Costs
Repair
Shipbuilding
Structural optimization
Discrete event simulation
Ships
Scheduling
Fabrication
Industry

Keywords

  • production
  • operation
  • robustness
  • module
  • life cycle cost
  • shipbuilding industry

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Caprace, J. D., Bair, F., Hübler, M., Lazakis, I., Turan, O., Zanic, V., ... Piric, K. (2009). Production, Operation and Robustness Module. In V. Vanic, & J. Andric (Eds.), Proceeding of IMPROVE Final Workshop: Design of Improved and Competitive Ships using and Integrated Decision Support System for Ship Production and Operation Zagreb.
Caprace, J.D. ; Bair, F. ; Hübler, M. ; Lazakis, Iraklis ; Turan, Osman ; Zanic, V. ; Andric, J. ; Prebeg, P. ; Piric, K. . / Production, Operation and Robustness Module. Proceeding of IMPROVE Final Workshop: Design of Improved and Competitive Ships using and Integrated Decision Support System for Ship Production and Operation. editor / Vedran Vanic ; Jerolim Andric. Zagreb, 2009.
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Production, Operation and Robustness Module. / Caprace, J.D.; Bair, F. ; Hübler, M. ; Lazakis, Iraklis; Turan, Osman; Zanic, V. ; Andric, J. ; Prebeg, P. ; Piric, K. .

Proceeding of IMPROVE Final Workshop: Design of Improved and Competitive Ships using and Integrated Decision Support System for Ship Production and Operation. ed. / Vedran Vanic; Jerolim Andric. Zagreb, 2009.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution book

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Caprace JD, Bair F, Hübler M, Lazakis I, Turan O, Zanic V et al. Production, Operation and Robustness Module. In Vanic V, Andric J, editors, Proceeding of IMPROVE Final Workshop: Design of Improved and Competitive Ships using and Integrated Decision Support System for Ship Production and Operation. Zagreb. 2009