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1. (WO2018101549) FIELD DATA-BASED SHIP MANEUVERING SIMULATION SYSTEM

Pub. No.:    WO/2018/101549    International Application No.:    PCT/KR2017/003756
Publication Date: Fri Jun 08 01:59:59 CEST 2018 International Filing Date: Fri Apr 07 01:59:59 CEST 2017
IPC: G09B 9/06
G09B 19/16
Applicants: EGG CO., LTD.
(주) 에그
Inventors: KIM, Kukbin
김국빈
Title: FIELD DATA-BASED SHIP MANEUVERING SIMULATION SYSTEM
Abstract:
The present invention relates to a field data-based ship maneuvering simulation system and, more specifically, to a field data-based ship maneuvering simulation system capable of minimizing a problem occurring during ship maneuvering in an extreme offshore environment since a virtual system is constructed on the basis of field data measured by various sensors provided in a ship, thereby enabling a real ship maneuvering environment to be exactly simulated. A ship structural design is validated by calculating the physical characteristics such as a bending moment, a shearing force, buoyancy center and load center of a specific ship to be simulated, and the movement of the ship and the state of the components such as an engine, a rudder and a thruster are monitored with high accuracy in real-time such that an administrator or an operator monitors the state of the ship and promptly takes actions for alerts according to the monitoring, thereby preventing, in advance, an accident occurring in the ship maneuvering environment. In addition, a ship component manufacturer, which manufactures ship components to be applied to specific ship, performs simulation in a real ship maneuvering environment after components are mounted in a specific ship during a component design step before a high-priced test product is made, such that the durability and stability of the ship components are predicted, thereby reducing costs and time for manufacturing the ship components and enabling a high reliability component verification standard to be presented. Furthermore, real offshore plant environment is shown to students who have few experiences with offshore plants and engineers such as designers of component manufacturers, so as to allow the students and engineers learn the physical characteristics of the ship components to be applied to the specific ship, thereby allowing field experience to be accumulated and providing great help for learning.