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Humans are adaptable - to a point
STOKES, Joanne
August 2017
Seaways

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"Adapting takes both physical and mental effort, and there is a limit to our capacity to adjust. better design can help overcome this - but what do we need to take into consideration to achieve this?"

facteur humain ; marin ; conditions de travail ; fatigue ; stress ; interaction homme-machine (IHM) ; conception industrielle ; design naval ; prévention des risques ; prévention des accidents maritimes

LR Code for unmanned marine systems

February 2017
Lloyd's Register Group

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- 39 p.

[Lloyd] "The LR Unmanned Marine Systems Code provides an assurance process in order to certify the safe design, build and maintenance of UMS against an established framework that minimises the effort required by an owner or operator to achieve certification and which is acceptable to Flag States, local regulators and other parties. Whilst initially targeted at small non-convention sized UMS, including naval systems, it is scalable and is capable of application to larger, more complex vessels as technology and regulation develops".
[Lloyd] "The LR Unmanned Marine Systems Code provides an assurance process in order to certify the safe design, build and maintenance of UMS against an established framework that minimises the effort required by an owner or operator to achieve certification and which is acceptable to Flag States, local regulators and other parties. Whilst initially targeted at small non-convention sized UMS, including naval systems, it is scalable and is capable ...

navire autonome ; design naval ; processus de conception ; certification

In-service experience feeds into SOV operations and design

2nd Quarter 2017
Offshore Wind Journal (OWJ)

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- n° vol. 6, issue 1 - p. 38-39

Des entreprises se lancent dans le design de navires de services spéciquement adaptés pour les parcs éoliens en mer : Siemens Marine and Aviation, Ostensjo Rederi Norway, Rolls Royce, Bibby Marine services, Ulstein Design & Solutions.

navire de support à l'offshore ; architecture navale ; design naval ; parc éolien offshore ; recherche développement

Spherical bow container ship is world first

February/March 2017
Marine Propulsion and Auxiliary Machinery

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- n° vol. 39, issue 1 - p. 29-31

"Imoto Lines's latest container ship Natori is described as an experiment in energy saving".

cargo ; construction des structures des navires ; design naval ; économie d'énergie ; consommation de carburant ; passerelle ; porte-conteneurs ; navire de commerce

Glow-in-the-dark concept lights up flooring

2nd Quarter 2017
Passenger ship technology

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- n° vol.10,n°2 - p. 44-45

[résumé auteur] Bolid has launched the world's first luminous decking while new carpet solutions offer 3D effects.

système d'éclairage ; design naval

Control room design

September 2014
Alert! The human element

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- n° 36 - p.3-5

During a recent visit to the P&O cruise ship MV AURORA, we were able to see and hear of some of the simple problems of equipment layout, accessibility and functionality that could have an effect on operability and manoeuvrability, both on the bridge and in the machinery control room.

design naval ; ergonomie ; passerelle ; contrôle-commande

The 'all or nothing' of ice design
KNIGHT, Stevie
May 2016
The Motorship

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- n° vol.97, n°1137 - p.28-29

brise-glace ; design naval ; architecture navale

Improving ship operational design
KAHLER, Nina ; et al.
2015
The Nautical Institute H

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- 176 p.

[résumé éditeur] Bad ship design can make life onboard difficult and uncomfortable, cause accidents and even kill. Naval architects have a huge responsibility, but few of them have direct experience of how their designs affect those who use them.Improving Ship Operational Design, published today by The Nautical Institute, hopes to make maritime operations safer and more effective by giving ship designers an insight into how those onboard work and live.
The book was launched at the Royal Institution of Naval Architects' (RINA) conference, where naval architects and others involved in ship design discussed the issue of human factors in Ship Design & Operation. RINA's Chief Executive Trevor Blakeley commented: "This conference at RINA HQ is an appropriate place and occasion to launch this important publication. Successful ship design must be a team effort, in which engineers and operators together share their expertise and experience. Improving Ship Operational Design will make an invaluable contribution to achieving safer and more effective ships. Much of Improving Ship Operational Design is the result of the EU research programme CyClaDes, which looked at the design and operation of ships and ship systems. One of the findings of the project was that many designers do not have practical seafaring experience or direct access to seafarers. Naval architect Apsara Abeysiriwardhane said the book is a "great initiative" to fill the gap in practical experience and provides "excellent guidance." Apsara says that readers will gain "a strong practical insight on ships' operational aspects and end user requirements. In the foreword, Nina Kähler Dipl Ing, coordinator of the CyClaDes Project, says: "Statistics show that the human factor is a critical element in up to 80% of ship accidents. This new publication focuses on the integration of the human element into the design process. The second edition of Improving Ship Operational Design gives an insight into: The needs of the shipowner, Operational requirements, Onboard living requirements, User-centred perspective. Captain Professor Margareta Lützhöft, one of 48 experts who contributed to the book, said that good design was essential as bad design leads seafarers to create workarounds "which is not the solution". This book aims to help naval architects and ship designers to ensure that these problems do not continue.
[résumé éditeur] Bad ship design can make life onboard difficult and uncomfortable, cause accidents and even kill. Naval architects have a huge responsibility, but few of them have direct experience of how their designs affect those who use them.Improving Ship Operational Design, published today by The Nautical Institute, hopes to make maritime operations safer and more effective by giving ship designers an insight into how those onboard work ...

architecture navale ; architecture navale ; design naval ; améliorations à apporter ; coopération

Bolidt eyes future on 50th anniversary
MOORE, Rebecca
1st Quarter 2015
Passenger ship technology

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- n° vol.8, n°1 - p.44-45

design naval ; navire de croisière

Quantum of the Seas leaps forward
PARKER, Susan
1st Quarter 2015
Passenger ship technology

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- n° vol.8, n°1 - p.20-24

Once again Royal Caribbean delivers on innovative design and technology, from groundbreaking entertainment venues to satellite communications that provide the fastest internet at sea.

navire de croisière ; gigantisme ; innovation technologique ; satellite de télécommunication ; design naval ; divertissement ; Internet

Luxury toys
JEFFERY, Nick
2008
TeNeues Publishing Group H

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- 220 p.

Visite guidée de yachts de luxe.

yacht ; design naval

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vol. vol. 1 - 1413 p.

This volume covers a wide range of topics : ports, inland navigation, ship traffic, ship design, design optimization, computer aided ship design, shipyard technology, longitudinal strenght, structural energy absorption, stiffened panels, strenght of welded plates, ship structural components, composite structures, structural reliability & risk.

ingénierie ; génie naval ; port ; voie navigable intérieure ; trafic maritime ; design naval ; construction navale ; architecture navale ; architecture navale ; construction des structures des navires ; hydrodynamique ; matériau composite ; résistance des matériaux ; fatigue de la coque

Shipping innovation
WIJNOLST, Niko ; WERGELAND, Tor
2009
IOS Press H

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- 832 p.

[résumé éditeur] This textbook offers a one-stop-shopping experience to those students and professionals who wish to get acquainted with the multifaceted aspects of global shipping and its everlasting innovation dynamics. Some of the new contributions are the mission-based design process of a Panamax containership and a ro-ro vessel; sustainable shipping and innovation; and an innovation case-study on the revolutionary design of a ballast-free ship.
[résumé éditeur] This textbook offers a one-stop-shopping experience to those students and professionals who wish to get acquainted with the multifaceted aspects of global shipping and its everlasting innovation dynamics. Some of the new contributions are the mission-based design process of a Panamax containership and a ro-ro vessel; sustainable shipping and innovation; and an innovation case-study on the revolutionary design of a ballast-free ...

ingénierie ; design naval ; innovation technologique

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