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Computer Applications in Shipbuilding (ICCAS 2007)


Portsmouth, UK

ICCAS 2007 will be the 13th International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding. The 2007 conference will be held in Portsmouth, UK, on 18-20 September 2007.

The conference will review operational experience from existing computer applications in the design and build of ships and offshore structures. It will also examine the advances in Information Technology which have contributed to increased productivity in both shipbuilding and maritime operations; including increased co-operative working between shipyards, marine equipment and systems manufacturers, engineering partners and shipping companies.

The conference will cover the full range of topics related to computer applications including:

  • Concept design, tendering, initial design, general arrangement
  • Cost and work estimation hull form, hydrodynamic analysis and basic structural design
  • Risk based design
  • Detailed and production design.
  • Structure, machinery, hull and outfitting design.
  • Parts manufacturing and assembly.
  • Prefabrication, shop automation, robotics, assembly, simulations and accuracy control.
  • Material management
  • Material control, supply chain management, logistics and e-solutions.
  • Inspection and maintenance
  • Life-cycle maintenance, parts and systems reliability
  • Inspection standards and risk management.
  • Knowledge management and innovation management

The conference will attract a large international audience and provide a forum and means of professional development for all parties interested in computer applications in shipbuilding.


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