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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
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Salvatori, Luca (author)
This thesis discusses the concept development of a 90 meter Yacht Support Vessel (YSV) with the help of TU<br/>Delft Ship Synthesis Model (SSM) called packing.<br/>Speed, together with a considerable amount of demanding and conflicting characteristics, such as: the<br/>capacity of storing two helicopters and at the same time being able of taking...
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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Jaspers, Ted (author)
The past decade the packing approach was developed at the TU Delft. This tool automatically generates tens of thousands of ship designs in order to fully explore the design space. This is opposed to the traditional way of ship design, where just a limited number of designs can be elaborated. The result is a set of ship designs that can be used...
master thesis 2017
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