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van Diessen, Martijn (author)
Naval ships need to be able to conduct missions in a variety of circumstances. This includes the ability to fulfil specific tasks in a damaged state. Vulnerability reduction measures are taken during the early stage distributed ship system design process, to ensure the availability of the required systems in damaged state. Traditionally these...
master thesis 2020
le Poole, Joan (author)
The Defence Materiel Organisation found that using a design margin to estimate required space for logistic systems (e.g. staircases, hallways) during the concept exploration design phase is insufficient and impractical. A more educated estimation of required space for logistic systems is hard, because the configuration of systems is varied...
master thesis 2018
van Leeuwen, Simon (author)
All ships rely on many on board systems to reliably complete their missions (e.g. transporting containers, laying pipes or protecting the seas). However, for many of these ships, the detailed design of these systems is put off until the later stages of the design. For most ships, this will create no problems. However, for those complex vessels...
master thesis 2017