• Ship Structure and Drawing
    • School of Naval Architecture,Ocean & Civil Engineering
    • Credit. 3
    • NA232
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    • CURRENT
    • Spring , 2015
    • 4241
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • Graphic language is one of the worldwide communication tools that can be understood except language, which is similar to the numbers and music. Ship drawings are used to describe ship structures with certain rules in order to make the ship owner, engineers and surveyors simply and directly understand a steel ship. There is a lecture note instead of specified text book based on two original textbooks of ship construction and ship knowledge. It contains the nomenclatures of main ship structures, i.e. bottom structure, side structure and deck structure and their functions resisting outer loadings will be addressed and explained. Features of the general arrangement plan, lines plan and general structure plan and mid-ship section plan will be depicted. There will be approximately 8 lectures with plenty of pictures and vivid on-site materials, consisting basic knowledge of ship drawing,ship loading and typical ship structure, ship systems and general arrangement plan, to draw and read construction node plans, typical mid-ship section planand lines plan with AutoCAD. Besides lecturing, versatile teaching activities like group discussion, students' presentations and a hand-made model building assignment make the course to be student oriented. Group work is popular both inside and outside the classroom to encourage the cooperation and increase enthusiasm for learning. Individual presentation happens several times after group work so as to better understand the personal attribution and increase presentation skills. The score depends mainly on the model building assignment and drawing practices while the written examination takes about 40% of the total score. After the course, students should learn fundamental knowledge of ship with structure features, gain ability for reading ship plans and drawing the basic structural drawings. They can use appropriate nomenclatures describe structures of a whole ship and explain the features for typical structures.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • After completing the course, students should:
      1.Understanding and grasp basic ship knowledge and nomenclatures.
      2.Gain the ability to read and understand general ship plans.
      3.Obtain the ability to draw fundamental ship structure drawings with software.
      4.Describe and explain the features for typical structures.
    • Schedule:
    • 1-1 Basic knowledge for ship drawing Introduction
      2-2 Ship systems and general arrangement plan Basic knowledge fundamental terminology/nomenclature ship types ship systems General arrangement plan contents and expressing methods read and comprehension
      3-3 Drawing and reading node detailed plan expression of plates and section bars expression of connection drawings for plate and section bars expressing methods for ship construction drawing and reading node plan homework of the text book.
      4-5 Ship structure Loading and strength of ship structure Framing types for ship skeleton Typical ship structure key: Typical ship structure terminology(EN/CN) Types and stress of ship structures prepare a group presentation for typical ship structure, e.g. an ice-breaker
      6-6 Midship section plan (read and draw midship section plan) contents read draw
      7-7 General structure plan composition contents how to read
      8-8 Autocad drawing basic knowledge. Assignments of building a midship section block model
      9-11 Building model in class (draw midship section plan) a midship section drawing and a model by group work
      12-12 Written examination and the beginning of the lines plan what is a lines plan and its features.
      13-13 Lines plan(continue) Hull shape expression definitions and begin the practice of drawing the lines plan drawing lines plan individually
      14-16 (continue) Drawing a lines plan for a specific ship drawing lines plan individually
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    • Yu Long
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    • YU Long
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    • Lecturer of Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Ph.D with more than 12-years research experience in the field of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering; published over 30 papers with 5 SCI indexed papers. Be in charge of 8 research projects and have taken part in over 40 projects. Obtain 2 Chinese invention patent, 5 software copyrights.
  • Prerequisite Course:

    engineering drawing

  • Textbooks:

    Ship construction;Ship knowledge
  • Grading:

    attendance and homework10%,model makeing20%,computer drawings30%,written exam40%
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