This unit introduces the work flow processes in shipyard related workshop and on-board operations. The former will include: all major workshops such as steel works, mechanical engineering, piping and electrical. On-board work will cover machinery, space, pumping operations, hull repairs, surface preparation and coating, dry-dock work and providing general services to the ship. This unit will integrate the students' previous knowledge and skills in areas such as project management and ship operations/engineering.
|Unit name||Shipyard Production Processes|
|College/School||College of Sciences and Engineering
Australian Maritime College
|Coordinator||Doctor Mohan Anantharaman|
|Available as student elective?||No|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- International students
- Domestic students
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- Describe the production technologies and manufacturing methods for shipbuilding.
- Define the shipyard assembly processes including welding technology and their impacts, and dealing with the issues related to fabrication.
- Evaluate methods of dry-docking of vessels and performing various on board repairs
- Develop strategies for best practices, quality assurance and safety in the shipbuilding process.
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- Available as a Commonwealth Supported Place
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|Assessment||Engagement Quiz|Assignment 1; Developing a shipyard layout with the help of available resources in the unit. (15%)|Assignment 2 : Moving from traditional shipbuilding to advanced outfitting method of shipbuilding (35%)|Assignment 3; Critical analysis and a holistic evaluation of a shipyard undergoing major loss (50%)|
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