The Application of Integrated Computing Technology to the Design

Report
Warship 2010
The Application of Integrated Computing
Technology to the Design, Construction and
Lifecycle Support of Warships
The Royal Institution of Naval Architects
10 June, 2010
AVEVA Marine
Above the surface:
– The most productive ship design and
building system built upon the proven
capabilities of AVEVA PDMS and Tribon
– Implemented world-wide
– Technology providing new business
opportunities
Below the surface:
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Powerful, proven Dabacon database
Parametric modelling
Open customisation
Not reliant on third-party software
AVEVA – The industries we serve
• Relevant software development shared between industries
Chemical
Power
Oil & Gas
Pulp & Paper
Pharma
Marine
AVEVA – Space Management
• Early creation of a Common Reference Model used for
downstream design tasks – flexible; use 3D and/or schematic
• Spaces and zones within larger spaces and across spaces
• Knowledge-based e.g. automatic insulation added
Design-analysis integration
• Own and third-party hull form generation and hydrostatic
analysis
• Interfaces to Classification Societies, FEA (ANSYS) and CFD
Diagrams and Schematic Model Viewer
• Single point of entry into ship’s database: for early I/D,
estimating, ordering and for use in downstream processes
• Import diagrams, e.g. from suppliers, ISO15926
Product Model DB
Schematic Data
3D Design Data
Supplier equipment
• Equipment downloaded directly from supplier site using AP 203
• Automated geometry simplification
Courtesy of Wärtsilä
Integrator
• Rule-based 3D arrangement created from 2D diagram, e.g.
automatic pipe routing; flow balance, clash free, etc.
• Checking 2D against 3D and highlighting any differences
AVEVA Marine – Error free designing
• Clash detection and management
• Association
• Alignment of pipes
• Hole management
AVEVA Marine – Error free building
• Assembly Planning – Build Strategy
• Weld Planning & Robot Control
• Shrinkage; spring-back etc.
• Accurate BoM
• and many more . . . .
Automated generation of drawings
• Automated drawings via customized templates
• Stage fabrication drawings and manufacturing drawing
Global multi-site, concurrent working
 Example of one project:
STATOIL
– 1 hub with 4 satellite sites
– 450 concurrent users
De-Militarized Zone
DMZ
 Statoil has in total:
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HUB
Behind firewall
30 hubs
40 satellites in their DMZ
117 sub-contractors
Approx. 1,000 users / day
VETCO
AIBEL
Billingsked
AKER
REINERTSEN REINERTSEN
KVAERNER ENGINEERINGENGINEERING
Oslo
Murmansk
Tronhiem
Laser scanning technology
 Capturing the current as-built condition for Re-fits,
Conversions, Through-Life Support and Life Extension
Integration of laser data and AVEVA Marine
 Re-designing in point cloud with clash detection and
checking design within bubble views
 Generating drawings and production data and reverse
engineering
AVEVA NET
 Managed access to information between everyone inside and
outside the shipyard
 Automatic linking of Tags across all data sources
 Red lining mark-up; commenting, automatic hot-spots
 Vendor Neutral - Access all project
information from ANY other systems
 Drawings, diagrams and sketches
 Material lists
 Reports, manuals, certificates etc.
 Planning information
 Maintenance and operating data
 Safety Training, much, much more ...
 Integrate with ERP systems, e.g.
Linking and accessing of data and documents
P&ID’s
Vendor Data
Class data
Arrangement Drawings
Electrical Data
Calculations
Gateway
Data capture and validation
AVEVA NET
Installation Status Report
Integration – A Closed-loop system
AVEVA MARS

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