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A Study on Collaborative Environment for Development of Submarine: Focusing on Modeling System for Digital Submarine
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A Study on Collaborative Environment for Development of Submarine: Focusing on Modeling System for Digital Submarine
Oh, Dae-Kyun; Shin, Jong-Gye; Jeong, Yeon-Hwan;
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 Abstract
The shipbuilding process is changing due to changes in the development environment and technological requirements for military ships. This would also hold true for a submarine, because its shipbuilding process includes complicated design and construction conditions. System improvement efforts for the design and construction of military ships have continued with the goal of overcoming these conditions. At present, the Korea Navy is developing a 3,000 ton-class Korean type submarine, and its design is progressing by the introduction of a full 3D-ship CAD system. Although the 3D modeling system was introduced for effective design realization through the introduction of collaborative design and active utilization of M&S (modeling and simulation), the introduction effects are not yet generally obvious, according to the characteristics of ship design. The present paper discusses the collaborative environment for developing a submarine to enhance this. This paper proposes the architecture and data structure of a system for realizing collaborative design and discusses a case system developed on the basis of this.
 Keywords
Collaborative environment;Collaborative design;Digital submarine;Naval ship product model;3D Modeling system;Product data management (PDM);Product lifecycle management (PLM);
 Language
English
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