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2.1 ORGANIZE FOR FLEXIBILITY
2.2 DESIGN LOG BOOK
2.3.1 Answering or produclng an lncldental lnquiry
2.3.2 Gtving examples of possible deliveries
2.3.3 The basls for early negotlatlons
2.3.4 The basls for a blndtng contract
2.3.5 Developlnga replacement of an edsttng obJect
2.3.6 Explorlng or developlng new ways of dolng thlngs
2.3.7 Explorlng the posslbllltles for new markets
2.4.1 heparlng a deslgp budget
2.4.2 Sadsfytng the demand for expertlse
2.4.3 Rules for establishing design teams
3.2 WAYS OF EXPRESSING DESIGN OBJBCTIVES
3.3 MARKET EVALUATION
3.4 REVIEWING POSSIBILITIES WTTH CUSTOMERS
4.1 DESTGNATTTTI]DES
4.2.1 Rules for checklng restrlctlons
4.2.2.1 Afcw words of caution
5.3 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
6.2.1. Identlfylng lmportant varlables
6.3 PRELIMINARY SENSITNTTY ANALYSIS
6.4.1 Economy of scale
6.4.2 Energl ls expenslve
6.4.3 Choose the slmple solutions
6.4.4 Avold unnecessary ltens
7.2 CARRYING OUTTHE DESIGN WORK
7.3. 1,1 Exanplc : intcrcontincntal lransport
7.3.2 Interfaces
7.3.3 AdJusttng lnterface varlables
7.4.1 Iteradons due to changes ln the basls of the deslgn
7.4.2 Balonclng lteratlons
7.5. I Tlptcal mtsdeslgns
8.2.1 Crltlcal features
8.2.2 The general structure of formulas
8.2.5.I Exanplc: Gcometry of atwo pontoon scmi-submcrsiblc
8.2.6 Formulas for shlps
8.2.8.2 Ships
8.3.1 The total dlfferentlal method
8.3.4 Your own statlsflcs
8.4 SIMPLIFIED DIRECT CALCULATION
8.5.1 Calculatlng every component
8.5.2 Uslng cost and welght per unlt
8.7 APPLICATION OF PROBABILITY THEORY
9.1 CLARIFICATION OF AIMS
9.2 ABSTRACT REFORMULATTON
9.3 MORPHOLOGICAL SYNTHESIS
9.4 VALI,JEANALYSIS
9.5 BRAIN STORMING AND BRAIN WRITING
9.6 REMOVING MENTAL BLOCKS
9.7 DISCUSSING THE PROBLEM WITH SOMEONE WHO IS NOT IIWOLVED
9.8 HOW LONGTO CONTINUE IDEAGENERATION
9.9.1 Consequences
9.9.2Feaslbllty
9.9.3 fime required for lmplementatlon
9.9.4 Costs
9.9.5 Comparlng competlng alternatives
10.3 CAPACITY UTILIZATION
10.4 COMPENSATION
10.5.2 Tlorld scale
10.5.3 Llner trade
10.5.4 Off hlre
11.3.2 Selectlng the rate oflnterest
11.3.3 The influence of the rate of lnterest
11.3.4 The real and nomlnal rate of lnterest
11.3.5 Total costs and equlvalent annual costrEAC
11.3.6 Requlred fielght rate, RFR
11.3.7 Requtred charter rate, RCR
11.4 CRITERIA BASED ON INCOMEAND COST
11.6.2 The tnfluence of tax on economlc crlterla
12.1 INTRODUCTION
12.2 PI{YSICAL MODELS
12.3.1 lXagrams
12.3.2 Calculatlon models
12.3.3 Slmulatlon models
12.4 OPTIMIZAION
12.5 ESTABLISHING YOUR OWN MODELS
13.1USES
13.2 TRADE.OFF ANALYSIS
13.3 PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS AND SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS
14.3 MODELLING AI\ INTEGRATED SYSTEM
14.4 ESTABLISHING A PLATFORM FOR SYSTEM DESIGN
15.1 INTRODUCTION
15.3 QA APPLTED TO THE DESTGNWORK
15.4.1 Introductlon
15.4.2 Commonpractlce
15.4.4 F\nctlonal requlrements versus speclfl ed solutlons
16. 1.2 Contract enclosures
16.2 STAhTDARD CONTRACTS
16.3 THE PARTY IN CHARGE
16.4 PERFORMANCE REQIITREMENTS VERSUS PRESCRIBED SOLUTIONS
16.5 EXPERIENCEAS A BASIS FOR SPECIFICATIONS
16.6.1 Payload margins
16.6.2. 5 E xamplc : S c mi-sabmc rsiblc s
16.6.3 The no heel and no trlm condltlon
16.6.4Welght of theltght shlp
16.7.1Llqulds
16.7.2 Graln cargo
16.7.3 Bale cargo
16.7.4 Contalners
16.7.5 Cars, trallers and other unlts on wheels
16.8 POSITION KEEPINGABILITY
16.9 STABILITY
16.10.1 Deslgnlng a flxed propeller
16.10.2.7 Examplc: Calculation oltrial ran spccd
16.10.3.1 Thc diescl cnginc
16.10.3.2 The stcam turbine
16.10.4.r Examplc: Thc rclationship bctwccn the propclrcr and thc avcragc spccd
16.12.2.2 Thc ovcrshoot and 7ig-lag 6anoeuvrc
16.12.2.3 The turaing path manoevvrc
16.13 ENDIJRANCE
16.14 FUEL CONSUMPTION
16.15.2 Certlffcateg documcnts and records requlred for Norweglan shlps
16.15.3 servlce and equlpment and system notatlons used by Det norske verltas
16.16.2.7 P osition kccping
16.16.2.8 Noise
16.16.2.9 Dclaycd delivcry
16.16.3.2 Loading and anloading capacity
16.16.3.6 P osition kceping
17.3.2 Forecasts
17.5 SPECIAL FORECASTING METHODS
17.6 MARKET CIIARACTERISTICS
18.1 INTRODUCTION
19.2 REQUIRED TRANSPORT CAPACTTY
19.3 REQUIRED FREQIIENCY OF CALL
19.4 COMMODITIESAND TREATMENT OF CARGO
19.5 USE OF EXISTING PLANT
20.1 INTRODUCTION
20.2.1 Seltng hansport capaclty
20.2.3 Butldlng up resources
20.2.5 Duratlon of engagement
21.1 INTRODUCTION
21.2 REPORT WRITING
21.3.1.1 Exentplc: Thc comphtc transportation chain
21.3.1.2 Exanplc: Asupply scnicc
21.3.1.3 Example: A vcssel
21.3.1.5 Example : Land transport
21.5 PHRASES AND EXPRESSIONS
21.7 TABLES
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Management of Marine Design

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