The company undertakes the design of all or part of a shipbuilding project, from technical design to technological design as well as in-depth analytical calculations.

A ship design project can be understood as a set of processes that begin with a feasibility analysis, followed by conceptual design and design to contract, engineering design. The engineering design work is also linked to the shipbuilding activities by the manufacturing stage and ends only after the completion of the trials, verification and long-distance trials. A ship design project requires the seriousness and discipline of many different specialized departments such as marine architecture, mechanical engineering, industrial design, industrial engineering, electrical engineering, electrical engineering. engineering, architecture, etc., these specialized departments combine harmoniously, working closely to bring about the success of the project.

Engineering design services include the concept and design stages to contract, detailed design is a very important part of ship design projects. Within the scope of basic design, Green Ship undertakes all necessary engineering work which includes space and equipment arrangement, structural design, subdivision and intact/crash stability. , external aesthetic design and finally an effective outer shell design which includes all the above mentioned works, to get a perfectly designed product. With experience on many ship design projects, different types of ships with different tonnage and the most up-to-date technology tools, Green Ship brings high quality basic design services to customers.

Concept design stage

The conceptual design phase involves a set of work and processes to build all the documentation that describes and ensure the design is as per the client’s requirements. As a result of the conceptual design phase, it is possible to extract a list of preliminary documents, calculate the cost of labor and materials, from which a preliminary cost estimate can be made.

Design phase to contract

In a shipbuilding project, the design to contract process is the most important stage, this stage will do all the design calculations, design and configuration of the ship and carry out the construction. smoothly and smoothly to have a product that satisfies customer needs.

Calculation, in-depth analysis

Advanced engineering analysis can be described as a physical structure with a network of numbers divided into finite elements and the solution of a differential equation belonging to a particular physical problem on this number grid. by using appropriate boundary conditions or, for short, the finite element calculation method (FEM). This method is the leading solution to complex technical problems that cannot be solved using analytical methods. In this case, it is a physical simulation or virtual reality.

Green Ship uses and proposes technology and specialized tools to develop optimal finished designs in terms of economy, usability, environmental friendliness, safety, efficiency, aesthetics, productivity. Green Ship has been experienced in the use and benefits of advanced engineering technology brought in in different ship design projects, different types and tonnage, has the experience and ability to carry out Ship design projects require higher standards, more convenience, user-friendliness, less cost, environmental protection and closeness to nature.

The scope of the in-depth technical analysis into the ship design process and the benefits for ship owners are listed below:

Calculation and optimization analysis of the strength and mass of the hull structure.
Identify important areas or points of the ship. This allows special attention to these areas during maintenance thus increasing the operational life of the vessel.
The underwater hull and hull can be optimized for drag and propulsion. Reduces fuel consumption and the diffusion of the greenhouse effect
Crew comfort is ensured by noise analysis and vibration analysis.
The technological design process includes the preparation of all documents, drawings and information necessary for the ship’s modeling once the basic design is complete. At this stage, the 3D CAD/CAM model that includes the general layout, textures, system components, and material properties in a database is built. By using this 3D model, data will be fed to the specialized machine working through digital information (e.g. sheet cutting codes for CNC machines) generated and all the documentation for the steps. Various constructions are offered.

Green Ship has rich experience in building 3D models of ships with special CAD/CAM software applications on the basis of basic designs developed by the Company or designed by a third company. The main benefits of 3D modeling for the construction process are listed below:

  • Build efficient and high-yield production plans
  • Allocate areas and volumes more efficiently and avoid work conflicts through logical block division and tight coordination between different systems or jobs
  • Simulate functions and improve technological processes.
  • Allows for more precise weight control
  • Allows to keep all the document information, drawing records of the ship in a single database and quickly access when needed.
  • Provides information for more accurate estimating, costing and pricing
  • Provide and update information for equipment suppliers more accurately
  • Combat material waste with accurate procurement information as well as detailed optimization through technological drawings.
  • Quickly complete product reports such as paint area, mass and center of gravity of part or the whole ship; provides steel plate list and key profile for production process.
  • Enables product lifecycle management capabilities.