FOUNDATIONAL COURSE IN NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND SHIP BUILDING
typically covers the principles and practices of designing and constructing ships. Naval architecture fundamentals, including ship geometry, hydrostatics, and stability, ship systems, including propulsion, power generation, and auxiliary systems such as HVAC and sanitation.
Understanding the fundamental principles of naval architecture and shipbuilding, including ship geometry, hydrostatics, and stability.
Developing knowledge of ship structural design and materials, including the selection of materials and construction techniques for various types of ships.
Gaining knowledge of ship systems, including propulsion, power generation, and auxiliary systems such as HVAC and sanitation.
Developing skills in ship performance analysis, including resistance, propulsion, and manoeuvring.
Understanding safety and regulatory compliance, including classification society rules, maritime regulations, and international conventions.
Developing an understanding of the marine environment and its impact on ship design and operation.
UG PROGRAMS: B. E. /B. Tech in Naval architecture and ship building
PG PROGRAMS: M. E. /M. Tech in Naval architecture and ship building
COURSE DURATION: 3 days
Ship design: Naval architects and ship designers are responsible for designing the ships and vessels that operate in the maritime industry. They develop the initial concept design, create detailed specifications, and oversee the construction of the ships.
Ship building: A career in shipbuilding involves overseeing the construction of ships and supervising the work of shipyard employees, ensuring that ships are built to the required specifications, and adhering to all applicable regulations.
Marine engineering: Marine engineers design, develop, and maintain the mechanical and electrical systems on ships, including propulsion, power generation, and auxiliary systems.
Naval defense: The defense sector also employs naval architects and shipbuilders to design, build, and maintain military ships and vessels.
Research and development: There are also opportunities for naval architects and shipbuilders to work in research and development, developing new materials, technologies, and design approaches for the maritime industry.
- Lectures 7
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 3 days
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes