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1 1 ISE3 - HVAC Project Development of ISE Interoperability Modules Final Demonstration Washington, D.C. October 21, 2004

2 2 Agenda ISE Project Overview Interoperability and Integration Common Parts Catalog (CPC) Navy Vision Highlights of ISE2 Demo - April 10, 2003 Overview of TWR841 Test Ship ISE3 - HVAC Demo Return on Investment

3 3 ISE3 Team Participants Gulf Coast Region University of Maritime Technology Center New Orleans

4 4 Other Team Members from ISE2 Project American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Altarum Anteon Corporation (Proteus) Marine Machinery Association (MMA) Naptheon Northrop Grumman Ship Systems - Avondale Operations Northrop Grumman Newport News University of Connecticut

5 5 ISE Builds tools to Support 2nd Generation IPDE Digital MOCKUP Collaborative Design-Build 3D Design Electronic DRAWING Virtual Product & Process Digital Ship Design Process Evolution Enhanced Product Model Lean Design Rule Based Design Internet Technologies Remote Collaboration Intensive Simulations High-end Integrated Analysis Desktop Visualization Business Process Modeling Integrated Design/Build Process Sophisticated Eng.Analysis Simulation Based Design Computer-Aided Drafting Data Config. Mgmt. 3D Visualization (Polygonal) Interactive Walkthrough Anthropomorphic Modeling 3D Wireframe/Solids Rudimentary Data Mgmt First Generation Integrated Product Development Environment (IPDE) 2nd Generation IPDE

6 6 ISE Background First NSRP major systems technology project Phase 1: Requirements definition and architecture for shipbuilding systems interoperability »March 1999 to December 1999 Phase 2: Deployment for Structure & Piping »March 2000 to December 2003 Phase 3: Deployment for HVAC & CPC Interfaces »October 2003 to October 2004

7 7 ISE Project Approach Develop and demonstrate tools that are low cost –can be selectively used by shipyards to support interoperability –capitalize on XML and related Internet technologies Flexibility is critical –allow shipyards to transform their data to/from common information model Drive development of shipbuilding product data standards (e.g. STEP, PLIB) –Construct a single Shipbuilding Information Model –Demonstrate and educate U.S. shipbuilding community

8 8 ISE Architecture Accessible to large and small shipyards –Only system dependency is Web infrastructure –Utilizes open standards Innovative integration of STEP and XML technologies –Supports sharing of geometric & geometric product models Permissive (mediation) architecture –Lets each enterprise choose its own tool set Incorporated into CAD platforms used by U.S. shipbuilders ISE architecture represents an innovative, practical solution to the information interoperability challenge

9 9 Levels of Interoperability INTOP Inter-business system domain Shipyard A Shipyard B Inter-System Inter- component IDE Parts Library PDM/CAD ERP/CAM Inter-System Inter- component IDE Parts Library PDM/CAD ERP/CAM

10 10 Collaboration among Shipyards is Required in Today’s Environment Almost every major recent U.S. Navy ship design and/or construction contract has involved collaboration among multiple shipyards –For example: CVNX (NGNN & EB) DDX (NGSS - Ingalls & Bath) Initial LPD Award (NGSS - Avondale & Bath) VIRGINIA (EB & NGNN) This trend will continue Navy views system interoperability as enabling multiple yards to be viewed as “One Shipyard”

11 11 NAVSEA Vision of “One Shipyard” 11

12 12 Goals of Integration Better analysis through simulation Re-use of data instead of redundant data –increased accuracy –eliminates unnecessary checking –speed of data entry (already entered) Facilitates partnering with other firms Reduce overhead costs

13 13 Integration Strategy STEP (Standard for Exchange of Product Model Data) –Is a good common language for CAD Product Models XML (Extensible Markup Language) –Is good for CAE applications Therefore, combine the two, and embed small strings of STEP into XML, based on industry agreements, such as ISE

14 14 XML + STEP = Ideal Combo XML brings: –Accepted format/schema method –Web-enabled STEP brings: –Standards for data expression –Standards for geometric exchange Leverages development of interfaces

15 15 XML = Industry Standard Container for Data STEP = ISO Standard Language for Data* Data Company A Standards Virtual Ship part(s) Company B Transactions of Data Packaged in Standards XSLT - map data to another XML schema XML and STEP

16 16 Shipbuilding Product Data in STEP SystemProduct DefinitionAnalysis / Simulation Delivery Results and Cable harnessdesign : AP212 HVAC : AP227 ed.2 Shipbuilder Parts : PLIB StructuralAnalysis : AP209 Structural Analysis : AP209 ShipStructures : AP Ship Machinery: AP Process Plant Piping: AP Ship Structures : AP218 Ship Machinery: AP227 ed.2 Process Plant Piping: AP227 ShipArrangement : AP Ship Arrangement : AP215 ShipMouldedForms : AP Ship Moulded Forms : AP216 System Engineering : AP233 Product Configuration : AP203 Technical Data Package : AP232

17 17 DONXML The Department of Navy (DON) vision for Extensible Markup Language (XML) is to fully exploit XML as an enabling technology to achieve interoperability in support of maritime superiority For cataloging product data in XML format, the DONXML working group has agreed to allow the STEP Schemas developed under the ISE Project to be registered in the DONXML repository

18 18 Endorsement from Northrop Grumman "The development and testing of international standards for product data is important to the Shipbuilding industry for interoperablility and data archiving which will enable NAVSEA's "One Shipyard" Concept." Dave Whiddon VP Research, Development & Design Northrop Grumman Ship Systems

19 19 Endorsement from Electric Boat "Electric Boat endorses the development of interoperability tools and the use of international standards for product model exchange in the shipbuilding industry. We feel that these efforts (undertaken under the NSRP ASE Program) will enhance collaboration among U.S. shipyards and foster the Navy's goal of "One Shipyard". Millard Firebaugh VP-Innovation and Chief Engineer Electric Boat Corporation

20 20 The Navy and Shipbuilders Are Using Product Model Data Technology Product Model Data = 3-D CAD + definitions + other documentation Continued investment is key indication of value

21 21 ISE Tools Tools developed by the ISE Project are made available on the Web at: These include: –Formal information requirements published Ship Piping Ship Structures Ship HVAC CPC Interfaces –Translator generators for custom representations –XML schema generators ISO ed 2 –Automated test frameworks for conformance testing

22 NAVY Ships are a Highly Complex Product BOEING 777 BOEING ,000 HRS 103,000 PARTS 254 TONS AUTOMOBILES 23 HRS 3,000 PARTS 1.9 TONS INCREASING COMPLEXITY MANUFACTURING TIME (MONTHS) MISSILE MISSILE 1,700 HRS 5,000 PARTS 1.6 TONS LAND VEHICLE 5,500 HRS 14,000 PARTS 65 TONS FIGHTER FIGHTER AIRCRAFT AIRCRAFT 57,000 HRS 30,000 PARTS 10 TONS SSBN SSBN 12,000,000 HRS 1,000,000 PARTS 18,750 TONS Labor HoursWeightParts SSN SSN 8,000,000 HRS 950,000 PARTS 6,900 TONS

23 23 Roadmap - Past Ship Structural Envelope Distribution SystemsEquipment/Subsystems Miscellaneous Ship Arrangement ISO AP 215:2004 Ship Moulded Forms ISO AP 216:2003 Ship Structures ISO AP 218:2004 Piping (Plant Spatial Configuration) ISO AP 227:2001 Cable Trays (Plant Spatial Configuration) ISO AP 227 Edition 2 Parts Library ISO Reference Data Libraries ISO AP 233 Systems Engineering Data Representation AP 239 Product Life-cycle Support Ship Product Model Data Exchange ISO TC 184/SC 4/WG 3 Computational Fluid Dynamics ISO AP 237 Ship Structural Envelope (hull form, arrangements, structure) Distributed Systems (piping, electrical, HVAC, cable trays, mechanical) Equipment/Subsystems Mechanical Systems (Plant Spatial Configuration) ISO AP 227 Edition 2 HVAC (Plant Spatial Configuration) ISO AP 227 Edition 2 Logistics/Spares ISO AP 232:2002 Electrical (Electrotechnical Design & Install) ISO AP 212:2001 Finite Element Analysis ISO AP 209:2001 Automotive ISO AP 214:2001

24 24 Roadmap - Present Ship Structural Envelope Distribution SystemsEquipment/Subsystems Miscellaneous Ship Arrangement ISO AP 215:2004 Ship Moulded Forms ISO AP 216:2003 Ship Structures ISO AP 218:2004 Piping (Plant Spatial Configuration) ISO AP 227:2001 Cable Trays (Plant Spatial Configuration) ISO AP 227 Edition 2 Parts Library ISO Reference Data Libraries ISO AP 233 Systems Engineering Data Representation AP 239 Product Life-cycle Support Ship Product Model Data Exchange ISO TC 184/SC 4/WG 3 Computational Fluid Dynamics ISO AP 237 Ship Structural Envelope (hull form, arrangements, structure) Distributed Systems (piping, electrical, HVAC, cable trays, mechanical) Equipment/Subsystems Mechanical Systems (Plant Spatial Configuration) ISO AP 227 Edition 2 HVAC (Plant Spatial Configuration) ISO AP 227 Edition 2 Logistics/Spares ISO AP 232:2002 Electrical (Electrotechnical Design & Install) ISO AP 212:2001 Finite Element Analysis ISO AP 209:2001 Automotive ISO AP 214:2001

25 25 Roadmap - Future Ship Structural Envelope Distribution SystemsEquipment/Subsystems Miscellaneous Ship Arrangement ISO AP 215:2004 Ship Moulded Forms ISO AP 216:2003 Ship Structures ISO AP 218:2004 Piping (Plant Spatial Configuration) ISO AP 227:2001 Cable Trays (Plant Spatial Configuration) ISO AP 227 Edition 2 Parts Library ISO Reference Data Libraries ISO AP 233 Systems Engineering Data Representation AP 239 Product Life-cycle Support Ship Product Model Data Exchange ISO TC 184/SC 4/WG 3 Computational Fluid Dynamics ISO AP 237 Ship Structural Envelope (hull form, arrangements, structure) Distributed Systems (piping, electrical, HVAC, cable trays, mechanical) Equipment/Subsystems Mechanical Systems (Plant Spatial Configuration) ISO AP 227 Edition 2 HVAC (Plant Spatial Configuration) ISO AP 227 Edition 2 Logistics/Spares ISO AP 232:2002 Electrical (Electrotechnical Design & Install) ISO AP 212:2001 Finite Element Analysis ISO AP 209:2001 Automotive ISO AP 214:2001

26 26 ISE2 Demo Storyboard April 10, LEAPS 3 IntelliShip 1 FlagShip Foran SafeHull Supplier Parts Lib S IMSMART CAM (IPT) Tribon 14 ST-Viewer Database Deliverables CAM CAE 8 9 7a AutoCAD Pipe Stress CATIA 7b

27 27 ISE Process - Detail Piping Design Demonstration on April 10, 2003 CATIA V5 Tribon M2 ISE

28 28 ISE Process for Feeding Analysis Programs from Structural Design Atlantec TRIBON Intergraph ISDP Intergraph IntelliShip

29 29 Common Parts Catalog (CPC) Interfaces Developed formal information for –CPC parts data –CPC documents Basis for sharing parts data outside the CPC community Specification of parts information requirements between Navy and shipbuilders –DONXML repository (in progress)

30 30 Integrated Shipbuilding Environment Washington DC October 21, 2004 HVAC Demonstration Simsmart

31 31 This ship is used to locate and retrieve torpedoes and missile drones. It has a maximum payload capacity of 42 long tons which includes the deck cargo plus full liquids, full complement, and normal stores. This ship was selected because it is in-service, has a complete set of drawings available for distribution, and is: Approved for Public Release: Distribution Unlimited. The ISE Test Ship - TWR Oct. ‘04

32 32 Utilize ship CAD geometry data where possible Access ship data in multiple systems Technology leverages ISE XML schemas Technology will be deployed on LPD Selective HVAC STEP Export TWR Walkthrough myShipVi TWR IDE

33 33 Business Case Concept Design Initial Design Contract Design Detailed Design Manufacturing Teaming Shipyard Parts Analysis

34 34 Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Analysis Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Parts (CPC) Legend demonstrated discussed Order Material Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts Catalog CAD Tool ISE3 Demo Overview Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Analysis Tool Manufacturing

35 35 Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Manufacturing Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Analysis Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) CPC Legend demonstrated discussed Order Material CPC Parts Catalog CAD Tool Initial Design – Part 1 CPC Analysis Tool Manufacturing Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Analysis Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Parts (CPC) Order Material Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts Catalog CAD Tool Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Analysis Tool Manufacturing Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP)

36 36 ISDP ISE HVAC Translator Selective HVAC STEP Export ISE XML STEP file Initial Design - Part 1 ISDP Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™)

37 37 Initial Design Analysis Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Analysis Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Parts (CPC) Order Material Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts Catalog CAD Tool Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Analysis Tool Manufacturing Legend demonstrated discussed Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™)

38 38 HVAC Design & Performance Analysis

39 39 Legend demonstrated discussed Common Parts Catalog Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Analysis Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Parts (CPC) Order Material Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts Catalog CAD Tool Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Analysis Tool Manufacturing Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC)

40 40 Common Parts Catalog

41 41 Initial Design – Part 2 Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Analysis Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Parts (CPC) Legend demonstrated discussed Order Material Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts Catalog CAD Tool Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Analysis Tool Manufacturing Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP)

42 42 ISDP ISE HVAC Translator Selective HVAC STEP Export ISE XML STEP file Initial Design - Part 2 ISDP Detailed Design (TRIBON) Detailed Design (TRIBON) Updated Plenum

43 43 Importing into Tribon (Atlantec) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Analysis Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Parts (CPC) Legend demonstrated discussed Order Material Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts Catalog CAD Tool Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Analysis Tool Manufacturing Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON)

44 44 Export to Foran (Atlantec) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Analysis Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Parts (CPC) Legend demonstrated discussed Order Material Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts Catalog CAD Tool Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Analysis Tool Manufacturing Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON)

45 45 Teaming Yard Detailed Design Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Analysis Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Parts (CPC) Legend demonstrated discussed Order Material Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts Catalog CAD Tool Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Analysis Tool Manufacturing Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN)

46 46 Teaming Shipyard Returns Part TWR’s HVAC Detailed Design FORAN HVAC STEP Export Translator Selective HVAC STEP Export FORAN TWR’s Preliminary Design (ISE2) FORAN ISE3 FORAN TWR’s Structural Detailed Design (ISE2) OUTPUT ISE3 P21 STEP file

47 47 Teaming Shipyard Returns Part HVAC STEP Import Translator OUTPUT ISE3 P21 STEP file FORAN Database INPUT P21 STEP file FORAN HVAC STEP Export Translator ISE3 FORAN

48 48 Import into Tribon Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Analysis Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Parts (CPC) Legend demonstrated discussed Order Material Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts Catalog CAD Tool Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Analysis Tool Manufacturing Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON)

49 49 Transfer to Manufacturing Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Analysis Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Parts (CPC) Legend demonstrated discussed Order Material Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts Catalog CAD Tool Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Analysis Tool Manufacturing Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA)

50 50 Manufacturing Analysis (Simsmart ™) Analysis (Simsmart ™) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Initial HVAC Design (ISDP) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Detailed Design Tool 1 (TRIBON) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Teaming Shipyard Detailed Design (FORAN) Analysis Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Detailed Design Tool 2 (CATIA) Parts (CPC) Legend demonstrated discussed Order Material Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Parts Catalog CAD Tool Parts (CPC) Parts (CPC) Analysis Tool Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal) Manufacturing (EB Sheet Metal)

51 51 Electric Boat HVAC Demo Scenario STEP FILE CATIA V5Generate Manufacturing Parameters CATIA V4 / CDM Manufacturing Process Common Parts Catalog Manufacture Part

52 52 ELBOW H = 4” W = 6” R in = 4” R out = 12” DUCT H = 4” W = 6” L = 86”” TRANSITION H 1 = 4” W 1 = 6” H 2 = 3” W 2 = 12” L = 12” Revised Duct for Demo H = 4” W = 6” L =12” EB Manufactures Test Case 4

53 53 Return on Investment (ROI) Professor Alley Butler of the Gulf Coast Region Maritime Technology Center (GCRMTC) and the University of New Orleans is conducting a Return on Investment Analysis as part of the ISE3 Project Although his study has not yet been completed, the following slides give some early results from his analysis

54 54 HVAC Data Exchange ROI Current estimates point to substantial savings in engineering manhours by employing the AP 227 neutral format for porting information to Simsmart Estimates are incomplete, but analysis is in progress –Part 1 : Flow Analysis –Part 2 : Manufacturing Additional cost savings are anticipated from manufacturing implementation

55 55 Estimating Savings from an ISE-3 Implementation The ISE-3 deliverables for HVAC permit porting of information from most commonly used CAD systems to the Simsmart analysis tool –This capability should save manhours of engineering and designer time –It avoids re-entering data to create the Simsmart models Time is money. So, how much time and money is saved?

56 56 HVAC Data Exchange ROI The Cruiser/Destroyer/Frigate Case –Potential Savings are estimated to be 6,903 manhours $414,162 for one ship design

57 57 HVAC Data Exchange ROI This preliminary analysis can be extended to: –Other classes of ships (e.g. submarines, carriers) –Additional systems i.e. for auxiliary systems that are not specifically HVAC, such as engine/generator uptakes Additional exchange scenarios (such as Manufacturing) should also be included in calculating ROI

58 58 NIST: Economic Impact Assessment - Product Data Sharing - Source : Planning Report December 2002 The Shipbuilding Industry has the opportunity to realize $147.1M in annual benefits by sharing product data : -$76.4M in cost avoidance ◦Elimination of redundant design, analysis, and manufacturing systems ◦Training ◦IT support ◦Productivity loss -$70.7M in risk mitigation ◦Model rework ◦Manual data re-entry ◦Delays Currently, the Shipbuilding Industry is only realizing $25.7M in annual benefits.

59 59 Goal : Implement in Production The ISE Project has developed tools and demonstrated interoperability between shipyards in the areas of: –Structure –Piping –HVAC –Common Parts Catalog Interfaces The goal of current and future efforts is to make these techniques and tools available in production and to all U.S. shipyards –STEP Shipbuilding Translators –XML Tools –Common Parts Catalog Interfaces A Website has been established to contain the relevant software tools, schemas, etc. as provided by the ISE Project –www.isetools.org

60 60 Summary ISE3 has successfully demonstrated the potential of standards based data exchange to LEAN design and construction processes for HVAC as ISE1 and ISE2 had done for molded forms, structures and piping. Two major challenges lie ahead of us: –Commercialization of this technology –Continuing to prototype standards based data exchange in other application areas such as ships arrangements, ships electrical systems, and system engineering

61 61 Conclusions In order to increase the availability and lower the price of production ready tools: –The ship owner / operator needs to insist that data be delivered in a system neutral format –The shipbuilder needs to insist that STEP functionality be an integral part of product The next challenge is to move this technology into the mainstream and that the technology is mature enough to transition into commercial CAD and Product Modeling products

62 62 Endorsements The technology works and it is supported by upper management in major U.S. shipyards –"The development and testing of international standards for product data is important to the Shipbuilding industry for interoperablility and data archiving which will enable NAVSEA's "One Shipyard" Concept.” Dave Whiddon VP Research, Development & Design Northrop Grumman Ship Systems –"Electric Boat endorses the development of interoperability tools and the use of international standards for product model exchange in the shipbuilding industry. We feel that these efforts (undertaken under the NSRP ASE Program) will enhance collaboration among U.S. shipyards and foster the Navy's goal of "One Shipyard". Millard Firebaugh VP-Innovation and Chief Engineer Electric Boat Corporation


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