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Development of 3D CAD/CAE Interface in Initial Structural Design Phase of Shipbuilding
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 Title & Authors
Development of 3D CAD/CAE Interface in Initial Structural Design Phase of Shipbuilding
Son, Myeong-Jo; Lee, Jeong-Youl; Park, Ho Gyun; Kim, Jong-Oh; Woo, Jengjae; Lee, JoungHyun;
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 Abstract
The finite element modeling of a ship for hull structural analysis on the basis of new harmonized common structural rules (CSR-H) is to be extended to the cargo holds in fore and after body of a ship. Unlike the parallel middle-body where the external and internal features of hull are equal along to the longitudinal direction of a ship, in fore and after body, the external and internal features of hull vary linearly or even irregularly in forms of a surface or a curve along to the longitudinal direction of a ship. Thus, it needs lots of design man-hours for the modeling for structural analysis. In order to save man-hours in initial structural design phase of a ship, the specified 3D CAD system has been adopted in shipbuilding industry. Through the interface between CAD and CAE (rule scantling and direct strength assessment), design man-hour in initial design phase can be saved even under the environment of CSR-H.
 Keywords
Auto Finite Element Modeling;CAD/CAE Interface;Direct Strength Assessment;Initial Structural Design;Rule Scantling;Ship 3D CAD;
 Language
Korean
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