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11.07.2014

RINA - Marine Design 2014 Coventry University UK

RINA is presenting the Marine Design 2014 conference at Coventry University, UK on 3rd and 4th September.

Building on the success of the first International Conference, RINA Marine Design 2014 will provide a forum for reporting and discussing the design practice and technical issues associated with aesthetic design.

The full spectrum of marine design from small craft to super yachts, including commercial and specialist vessels, will be examined. The conference will present technical papers on a number of aspects of aesthetic marine design including:

  • Design Visualisation: Including design methodologies, design practice, innovative concepts, design analysis tools, Computer Aided Design, TOI (Transfer of Innovation) from other industry sectors.

  • Human System Integration: Including HFE (Human Factors Engineering), Maritime Security, UCD (User Centred Design) methodologies, Emotional Design methodologies, Empathic Design methodologies, 'Aging in Place', TOI from other industry sectors.

  • Sustainability in construction: Including one-off construction and series production issues, facility design, materials, joining technologies, reconstructions and rebuilds of historic craft, results of simulation.

  • Sustainability in operation: Including, equipment, results of sea trials, results of instrumentation, results of simulation, TOI from other industry sectors.

  • Implementation of regulations in the design process: Including international, national, regional regulatory frameworks, classification, codes of practice, rating rules.

  • Virtual work / learning environments: Including, CPD for marine designers, networking  opportunities for innovation and exchange, virtual work environments to facilitate multi-disciplinary, multinational teams.

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Some of the papers being presented at the Marine Design 2014 conference include:

  • Design Visualisation: Including design methodologies, design practice, innovative concepts, design analysis tools, Computer Aided Design, TOI (Transfer of Innovation) from other industry sectors.

  • Human System Integration: Including HFE (Human Factors Engineering), Maritime Security, UCD (User Centred Design) methodologies, Emotional Design methodologies, Empathic Design methodologies, 'Aging in Place', TOI from other industry sectors.

  • Sustainability in construction: Including one-off construction and series production issues, facility design, materials, joining technologies, reconstructions and rebuilds of historic craft, results of simulation.

  • Sustainability in operation: Including, equipment, results of sea trials, results of instrumentation, results of simulation, TOI from other industry sectors.

  • Implementation of regulations in the design process: Including international, national, and regional regulatory frameworks, classification, codes of practice, rating rules.

An exhibition celebrating the 30th year of boat design will be open at the end of the conference, which will include a virtual 3D exhibition of Coventry University students' design work. This will show the breadth of capability within the department including automotive, transport and boat design.

Virtual work / learning environments: Including, CPD for marine designers, networking  opportunities for innovation and exchange, virtual work environments to facilitate multi-disciplinary, multinational teams.

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