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Konceptutveckling av manövreringssystem

Erinson, Tomas LU (2012) MMK820 20121
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Abstract
Kockums is a leading company that develops military marine systems, for use both below and above the water surface [1]. Future submarines have a need to be operated more accurate than today’s submarines to perform various types of new operations. Therefore, on behalf of the conceptual design department on Kockums, a maneuvering system was to be developed to operate a submarine more accurate at low speeds and to assist as an emergency propulsion unit. The development of the maneuvering system was based on Systems Engineering methodology including:
-Planning
-Requirements analysis
-Functional analysis
-Concept synthesis
The main objective of planning was to establish a timetable including the content and scope of the thesis.
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Kockums is a leading company that develops military marine systems, for use both below and above the water surface [1]. Future submarines have a need to be operated more accurate than today’s submarines to perform various types of new operations. Therefore, on behalf of the conceptual design department on Kockums, a maneuvering system was to be developed to operate a submarine more accurate at low speeds and to assist as an emergency propulsion unit. The development of the maneuvering system was based on Systems Engineering methodology including:
-Planning
-Requirements analysis
-Functional analysis
-Concept synthesis
The main objective of planning was to establish a timetable including the content and scope of the thesis.
A requirements analysis was done, resulting in a list consisting of all the requirements the maneuvering system must fulfill. The requirements were based on following fields of technology and operations:
-Hydrodynamics, hydrostatics, signature, shock, performance and failure mode.
-UUV and diving operations (including retrieving and delivering of UUV and divers), emergency propulsion and maneuvering in harbor.
Consequently a functional analysis was done to analyze the necessary functions to achieve the requirements and to perform a position study of the maneuvering system. The functional analysis resulted in a principal solution consisting of the functions with the associated performance requirements and positioning instructions.
Furthermore the concept synthesis was done based on the principal solution resulting in six different concepts, where two of them met the requirements from Kockums most successfully. The two concepts also fulfilled the functions required, to perform all of the operations, and thus was chosen as proposed solutions. (Less)
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author
Erinson, Tomas LU
supervisor
organization
course
MMK820 20121
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
Concept, Development, Maneuvering, Mechanical Engineering, Systems Engineering, LTH
language
Swedish
id
2970905
date added to LUP
2012-08-13 12:49:23
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  abstract     = {Kockums is a leading company that develops military marine systems, for use both below and above the water surface [1]. Future submarines have a need to be operated more accurate than today’s submarines to perform various types of new operations. Therefore, on behalf of the conceptual design department on Kockums, a maneuvering system was to be developed to operate a submarine more accurate at low speeds and to assist as an emergency propulsion unit. The development of the maneuvering system was based on Systems Engineering methodology including:
-Planning
-Requirements analysis
-Functional analysis
-Concept synthesis
The main objective of planning was to establish a timetable including the content and scope of the thesis.
A requirements analysis was done, resulting in a list consisting of all the requirements the maneuvering system must fulfill. The requirements were based on following fields of technology and operations:
-Hydrodynamics, hydrostatics, signature, shock, performance and failure mode.
-UUV and diving operations (including retrieving and delivering of UUV and divers), emergency propulsion and maneuvering in harbor. 
Consequently a functional analysis was done to analyze the necessary functions to achieve the requirements and to perform a position study of the maneuvering system. The functional analysis resulted in a principal solution consisting of the functions with the associated performance requirements and positioning instructions. 
Furthermore the concept synthesis was done based on the principal solution resulting in six different concepts, where two of them met the requirements from Kockums most successfully. The two concepts also fulfilled the functions required, to perform all of the operations, and thus was chosen as proposed solutions.},
  author       = {Erinson, Tomas},
  keyword      = {Concept,Development,Maneuvering,Mechanical Engineering,Systems Engineering,LTH},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Konceptutveckling av manövreringssystem},
  year         = {2012},
}