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..Wrap-up Meeting
NOLA-19mar09
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..DVD Created
17mar09
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..Status Report
Submitted-6feb09
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..Verification Survey
COMPLETED 26nov08
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..QUARTERLY MEETING
New Orleans
12 Nov 2008
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..Victoria working meeting
28-30 Oct 2008
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..Newfoundland working meeting DFP
DACUM completed, 21 Oct 2008
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..DACUM started 15 Sep 2008
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..Quarterly Meeting 13 Aug 2008
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..Kick-off Meeting 7 May 2008
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Modern Shipbuilding Design
Description: This follow-on project is responsive to Program Executive Officer interest in Workforce Interoperability. It also complements the on-going NSRP Shipyard Design Tool Enhancement project, which has successfully developed an introductory marine design course, Applications of Modern Shipbuilding Design, that will be provided at two universities this Fall. The team proposes to develop 4 additional advanced marine design courses: Structure, Piping & HVAC, Electrical, and Design for Manufacturing and Producibility. These courses will help ensure consistency and quality in training across the industry while taking advantage of the latest technologies to significantly enhance second-tier shipyards capabilities as a competitive global force. This curriculum will provide the student with the training to effectively enter the shipyard workforce ready to start developing discipline-specific designs well beyond what a CAD operator is capable of performing. This program will be developed for both classroom and on-line educational development.

Participants: Bender Shipbuilding & Repair, Bollinger Shipyards, Genoa Design International, Gibbs & Cox, Murray & Associates, ShipConstructor Software, Art Anderson & Associates, University of Wisconsin-Marinette, University of South Alabama, Northrop Grumman
Program Funding: $700K Industry Cost Share: $855K





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