CONVERSATIONAL DESIGN OF SHIP LINES AT A TYPEWRITER TERMINAL
The process of ship hull form or lines generation ship design with a computer aid employing a typewriter terminal is divided into two phases: (1) representing the ships' lines, and (2) modifying them to conform to good practice. In either phase, displaying lines for visual inspection is of great importance for work efficiency. Cathode ray tube displays are at present in wide use, but typewriters can also be used as simpler equipment for this purpose. Equally important is the modification technique used to achieve the desired surface. In this paper, a technique for small modification based on both total derivative concept and the least mean square method is proposed.
- Presented at the International Conference on Computer Applications in the Automation of Shipyard Operation and Ship Design, held by IFIP/IFAC/JSNA, Tokyo, Japan, Aug. 28-30, 1973.
North Holland Publishing Company335 Jan Van Galenstraat, P.O. Box 103
- Wakabayashi, H
- Publication Date: 1973
- Features: References;
- Pagination: 6 p.
- TRT Terms: Analysis; Computers; Hulls; Information processing; Naval architecture; Surfaces; Vehicle design
- Uncontrolled Terms: Computer aided analysis; Ship design
- Old TRIS Terms: Hull surfaces
- Subject Areas: Design; Marine Transportation;
- Accession Number: 00052013
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Purdue University
- Report/Paper Numbers: No. VII-3
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Apr 26 1974 12:00AM