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Can bridge simulations support conceptual design?


Within the EU Horizon project Holiship, MARIN has developed, together with partners, a Virtual Vessel Framework (VVF) in which real-time bridge simulations can be used to make key decisions in the concept design stage. This VVF can lead to a better performing ship or cost reductions.


Figure 3: Bird-eye view of sailed track into a basin in the Port of Rotterdam C


Patrick Hooijmans & Freek Verkerk,


p.hooijmans@marin.nl 22 report


onceptual design is the art of balancing the various aspects of the design. This can range from fulfilling


class rules and client requirements to applications in highly specialised domains. The early design stage is a process of the gradual reduction of uncertainty, i.e.


mitigating risks financially, legally and technically. One of the complexities of conceptual design is that procedures and the decision sequence are not fixed at all. Some impacts from the result of decisions taken in an early design stage only reveal themselves in more advanced stages of the


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