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Curved Hull Plate Forming based on SOAP Internet Services
Kim, Chan Suk; Son, Seung Hyeok; Shin, Jong Gye; Lee, Philippe;
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 Abstract
Fabrication of the hull plate demands a lot of man-hour and a high degree of technology. In recent years, commercial shipping orders have been fallen because of intensifying competition with low price of order and labor cost. In order to solve this problem, a countermeasure such as a cost reduction is required. In this study, we are dealing with the method of supplying the forming information of the hull to the production site. We reviewed studies of hull forming that have been proposed so far to develop a method for providing hull forming information. On the basis of given production plans from the production site of shipyard, we discuss how to convert shell plate to production plan. Then, we will discuss the efficiency of the distribution method through the network about the method of hull forming. Thus, we have modified the distribution method which was proposed before. Finally, we will introduce the enhanced method for providing fabrication information of the hull plate to the small and medium-sized shipyards.
 Keywords
Ship hull plate forming;Web services;Reconstruction surface;Shell template Offset;
 Language
Korean
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