The maritime industry has been working to apply unique solutions capable of improving design and development performances (Koenig, Narita, & Baba, 2002; Liker & Lamb, 2001; Milanovic, 2016; Radovic & Macclaren, 2004). Over the past several decades, the industry has faced changes related to the increasing complexity of the dynamic global market. Activities to meet these challenges have been carried out in the marine space (e.g. aquaculture, renewable energy, environmental monitoring, accident response and clean up), however, design methodologies have remained rather unchanged, regardless of demand for the incorporation of new technologies and materials. Literature and multiple case studies have been utilized to develop a design approach, that aims to transform the design process for the extension of serviceability and reduction of design time. This paper describes an innovative maritime design framework, based on the comprehensive usage of design methodologies, (economic and environmental) sustainability analysis and Internet of Things (IoT) in vessel design.

LINCOLN Integrated Solution Supporting the Design of Specialized Connected Vessels

B. Sullivan;M. Rossi;C. Sassanelli;R. Luglietti;L. Ramundo;S. Terzi
2018

Abstract

The maritime industry has been working to apply unique solutions capable of improving design and development performances (Koenig, Narita, & Baba, 2002; Liker & Lamb, 2001; Milanovic, 2016; Radovic & Macclaren, 2004). Over the past several decades, the industry has faced changes related to the increasing complexity of the dynamic global market. Activities to meet these challenges have been carried out in the marine space (e.g. aquaculture, renewable energy, environmental monitoring, accident response and clean up), however, design methodologies have remained rather unchanged, regardless of demand for the incorporation of new technologies and materials. Literature and multiple case studies have been utilized to develop a design approach, that aims to transform the design process for the extension of serviceability and reduction of design time. This paper describes an innovative maritime design framework, based on the comprehensive usage of design methodologies, (economic and environmental) sustainability analysis and Internet of Things (IoT) in vessel design.
23rd Summer School ""Francesco Turco"" - Industrial Systems Engineering 2018
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Lean Design; Internet of Things; HPC Simulation; Life Cycle Assessment; Life Cycle Cost, Maritime Design
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