1192. Methodology to Qualify and Quantify Preliminary Ship Design Weight Estimates

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Title1192. Methodology to Qualify and Quantify Preliminary Ship Design Weight Estimates
Publication TypeConference Paper
Paper Number1192
Year of Publication1977
AuthorsHogg, W. A. G., and Cimino Dominick
Paper Category13. WEIGHT ENGINEERING - MARINE
Conference36th Annual Conference, San Diego, California, May 9-12
Conference LocationSan Diego, California
PublisherSociety of Allied Weight Engineers, Inc.
Date Published5/9/77
Abstract

A methodology and approach to qualify and quantify a preliminary ship design weight estimate are presented. Consideration is given to the requirements of the ship Owner/operator and those priorities which must be addressed at the initial outset of the preliminary weight estimate. Various methods and approaches to estimating Steel, Outfitting and Machinery are addressed and the extent to which individual MARAD sub-group weights should be estimated. Conclusions are drawing with regards to these elements o the preliminary weight estimate which should retain priority and those which should be quickly estimates sot the final preliminary weight estimate can more closely reflect the proposed ship design weight as constructed.

Pages66
Key Words13. Weight Engineering - Marine
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