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Zwaginga, Jesper (author)
To decrease Europe’s harmful emissions, the European Union aims to substantially increase its offshore wind energy capacity. To further develop offshore wind energy, investment in ever-larger construction vessels is necessary. Designing these vessels is difficult however, as this market is characterised by a large but seemingly unpredictable...
master thesis 2020
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Charisi, Nicole (author)
This thesis aims in the development of a parametric modelling method for the preliminary ship design based on Knowledge Based Engineering (KBE). The research work was conducted in cooperation with C-Job Naval Architects. Nowadays, parametric models can be seen as the core of the design practice since they facilitate the exploration of the...
master thesis 2019
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de Gaaij, Andreas (author)
Five naval support vessels are being replaced. For this replacement two focus points are important. The first one concerns creating more unity within the fleet, achieved by using the hull geometry as a monolithic part. The second one concerns the aim to reduce harmful emissions by reducing the effects of the energy transition by minimising the...
master thesis 2019
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Kushwaha, Vishwajeet (author)
This M.Sc. thesis is related to the use of Design Structure Matrix (DSM), a design process modeling technique, to model, analyze and improve design processes in Oil and Gas Construction Projects. DSM was used to model the design process of an engineering design section at an Oil and Gas Engineering Company using the information dependencies in...
master thesis 2019
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Francis, Moreno (author)
The negative effects of global warming can already be noticed. The burning of fossil fuel not only contributes to global warming, but also to the reduction of air quality, especially in urban areas. In order to limit the climate change, as well as to improve the air quality, more and more vehicles are replaced by emission free versions. This...
master thesis 2019
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van Staalduinen, Inge (author)
From shallow to deep water, from the well to the ship, from the offshore field to shore or between countries, many kilometres of offshore pipelines for transportation of hydrocarbons (oil and gas) have been installed over the last decades. Allseas’ Tog Mor is a shallow water pipelay barge capable of laying pipes up to a water depth of 25 meters....
master thesis 2019
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van der Bles, Roel (author)
The subject of this master thesis is the development of a design tool to help Vuyk Engineering Rotterdam B.V. arrange the machinery spaces (engine room, switchboard rooms, separator rooms) aboard their vessels early in their design process. It applies the field of automatic design generation to a step in Vuyk’s design process to save time and...
master thesis 2019
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Sun, Chuan (author)
The design of polar expedition cruise ship is not a trivial task to the naval architect due to the complex nature of the ship itself. Concept exploration are hereby required to improve the understanding of the design problem and identify its challenge as well as possible solutions. However, it is always difficult to generate the technically...
master thesis 2019
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Mooren, Maurice (author)
During the early stages of ship design exploration, design freedom is abundant but problem knowledge is scarce and most costs are already committed. This amounts to an incentive to look at the influences of the requirements on a design, to better understand how a concept is defined. This thesis investigates the operational architecture...
master thesis 2018
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Knegt, Sander (author)
This thesis research focusses on winning at sea. "Winning at sea" requires presence of relevant capability at the right time and for the required time. A winning fleet is a fleet that has the capability to achieve this. The goal of this research is to define a winning fleet and to create a method that can provide insight in how such a fleet can...
master thesis 2018
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Roth, Mark (author)
Constructing the general arrangement of a ship tends to be a very complex naval architectural problem. There are multiple systems that all work integrally. Some of these systems need to be placed together, others need to be separated and some systems probably need to be both at the same time for different objectives. The preliminary ship design...
master thesis 2017
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