The Assessments Division of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Resources, Warfare Requirements, and Assessment (OPNAV/N81) sponsored this portion of the research. The research should be of interest to OSD and Navy policymakers, planners, and analysts concerned with shipbuilding resource requirements and industrial base. This research was conducted for the U.S. Navy within the Acquisition and Technology Policy Center of RAND’s National Defense Research Institute,
Lesson 28-Shipbuilding Contract (1) Since Vietnam began to open up to the outside world in the 1990s, its national shipbuilding industry has witnessed great development. So far it has assumed a share of the international shipbuilding market. To build ships for foreign customers is obviously more complicated than for domestic shipowners. First of all, it will involve the problem of language, not to mention all the possible complicated procedures involved in the foreign trade.
Periodic defense reviews require analysts to address difficult questions regarding the Navy’s ship force structure, resource levels and allocations, and the shipbuilding industrial base. While a range of tools is available to assist analysts in their decisionmaking, the need for improvement exists.
Brazilian shipbuilding industry, the main representative of this industry in Latin
America, has been very active during the 70s and 80s. Afterwards it has experimented a
deep decline. The main preserved construction niche was devoted to supply boats for
offshore operations. More recently, due to a political decision from the federal
government, most of the orders for offshore platforms and large ocean ships have been
placed in the national shipyards.
The Defence Procurement Agency (DPA), part of the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), measures its annual performance against five key targets for its top 20 projects (by value), as documented in its Major Project Reports. Key Target 2 addresses programme slippage, which is the delay between the promised in-service date and the actual or projected in-service date. The MOD 2001/2002 performance report indicates slippage for the top 20 projects averaged approximately one year. Furthermore, the existences of...
In 2006 Korean shipbuilding companies got new orders of 19,585,000 CGT, which was
the highest number since 2000. Moreover in the first half of 2007 Korean shipbuilders
have received 51.3% more orders than that of a year ago. Strong demand for new
vessels was expected to continue for the next few years at least, due to expanding
world-wide seaborne trade, especially between China and USA, and increasing need of
new ships to adapt new International Maritime Organization’s requirements.
Giới thiệu chung. Tên công ty: Triệu. Tên giao dịch quốc tế: NAM TRIEU SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY COMPANY Tên viết tắt : NASICO Tổng công ty công nghiệp tàu thuỷ Nam
Địa chỉ trụ sở chính: Xã Tam Hưng - Huyện Thuỷ Nguyên Hải Phòng. Số điện thoại: 84.313.775501 - 875215 84.313.875135. Email: Nasico@hn.vnn.vn Công ty công nghiệp tàu thuỷ Nam Triệu được thành lập năm 1966 là một thành viên của Tổng Công ty Công nghiệp tàu thuỷ Việt Nam.
Other than this, automation and optimization of production engineering was attempted
in various fields. Okumoto et al. (2005D) optimized the block allocation on the
assembly area using simulated annealing method. Wibisono et al. (2007) optimized
block division planning using genetic algorithm and product model. Universal
Shipbuilding Corporation (2008) developed a high performance NC Printing Machine,
which enables fast printing irrespective of the number of characters and lines to be
Aluminum alloys also display high fatigue crack growth rate, as much as three times
faster than in steel specimens when subjected to the same stress intensity (Czyryca et al
2006). Aluminum alloys are anodic to most other materials used in construction and
therefore, susceptible to localized galvanic corrosion. They are also sensitive to stress
corrosion cracking. Other concerns involve marine fouling since aluminum alloys
cannot be coated with conventional Cu-based antifouling coatings.
In summary, the U.S.
Furthermore, winning and hosting key international conferences is seen as a major economic
boost to the host city and many use the conference sector as a means of urban renewal and
regeneration. The city of Glasgow employed 40,000 people on the Clyde at the height of the
shipbuilding era but as the industry declined so did the area around it. The Scottish Exhibition
and Conference Centre (SECC) was built on the banks of the Clyde in 1985 and over the last
ten years £1 billion has been spent in transforming Clydeside as conference business and
general tourism has grown.
Information technology is another approach to transfer skills. Hiekata et al. (2005A,
2005B, 2006, 2007) developed knowledge transfer system, which can be applied
effectively to acquire knowledge of elder experts. The characteristics of each job were
revealed through questionnaire and structured interviews, and the job process is
analysed and represented by workflow and related documents, where tacit knowledge
of some tasks can be turned to explicitly documented knowledge.
The Department of the Navy maintains a vigorous science and technology (S&T) research program
in those areas that are critically important to ensuring U.S. naval superiority in the maritime environment.
A number of these areas depend largely on sustained Navy Department investments for their
health, strength, and growth. One such area is naval hydromechanics, that is, the study of the hydrodynamic
and hydroacoustic performance of Navy ships, submarines, underwater vehicles, and weapons.
Composite is a material composed of two or more component materials to obtain better properties. 3-phase composite is usually added with reinforced fibers and particles. This report presents an experimental study on the bending of some 3-phase composite plates for Vietnam’s shipbuilding industry. The studied composite is made of polyester matrix, glass fiber and titanium dioxide particle (TiO2). The numerical study, in which the interaction between the matrix and particle is taken into account, shows good agreement with the experiment.
Hyundai Heavy Industries has successfully built a large LPG cargo without using dry
dock “called on-ground building method” for the first time in the world. Daewoo
Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering has built Bulk and LPG carriers with “on-ground
building and launching barge” mixed production method. Hanjin Heavy Industries has
delivered 8400 TEU container ship, whose length was over the length of dry dock, by
using “DAM Production Technology”. By this technology two parts of a ship could be
erected on the sea after launching from the dock.
Rather than construct the surface itself,
sectioning uses a series of profiles, the edges of which
follow lines of surface geometry. The modeling
software's sectioning or contouring commands can
almost instantaneously cut parallel sections through
objects at designated intervals. This effectively
streamlines the process of making serialized, parallel
sections. Architects have experimented with sectional
assemblies as a way to produce both surface