The Hampton Roads Chapter of the SAWE is pleased to offer some exciting opportunities for training at this fall’s Regional Conference in Norfolk, Virginia!
Three classes will be offered on Saturday, September 15:
Developing Basic Parametric Methods: In this full day class, Andy Walker describes how to parametrically and statistically estimate the weight of a complex vehicle, allowing for an estimate when little is known about the vehicle, particularly useful early in the design process.
Introduction for Marine Weight Engineering for Non-Naval Architects: In this brand new, half day course taught by former NAVSEA Technical Warrant Holder Dominic Cimino, participants will obtain a basic understanding of the weight engineering process relative to marine vehicles and consider the effects of buoyancy, wind, and sea conditions. The course will also include a discussion of some basic naval architecture principles and an overview of how mass properties in the marine industry are different from those in the allied industries.
Marine System Weight Estimate Methods based on SAWE Recommended Practice 14: This half day class, delivered by Andy Schuster, builds nicely on Cimino’s introductory course. It covers the fundamental and practical methods of estimating the weight for marine systems, includes practical examples, and an exercise where students will develop a weight estimate for a 200 ft ship. A complimentary copy of SAWE RP 14 for review is provided to all who register for the course.
Space is limited, so sign up today at https://www.regonline.com/registration/Checkin.aspx?EventID=2524062. For additional information about the Hampton Roads Regional Conference, check out the website athttps://www.sawe.org/hamptonroads/2018regional/