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이수호, 안현식, 김한성, 허윤, 배재류, 김기수, 함승호, 이성민, 노명일, "FPSO Topsides Pipe Rack 견적 중량 추산 방법 연구", 대한조선학회 논문집, Vol. 53, No. 5, pp. 362-370, 2016.10.01

by SyDLab posted Jul 14, 2016
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Abstract The weight estimation and calculation of FPSO topsides is first performed at the bidding stage of projects. At this time, it is difficult to estimate and calculate accurately the weight because most of items of FPSO are not apparently defined. Especially, in the case of the pipe rack module, its portion of the total weight and the range of weight variation are large due to special features of piping and electric equipment in the module. Thus, it is very important to estimate and calculate accurately its weight in the task of the weight estimation and calculation of FPSO topsides. In this study, the past data for the weight of the pipe rack module were collected and analyzed, the WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) for the pipe rack module was constructed, and primary variables and secondary variables for developing a weight estimation and calculation model were selected. That is, after analyzing the past data, the volume was selected as the primary variable and the regression analysis was performed based on the variable. Then, several secondary variables were selected and incorporated into a weight estimation and calculation model. At this time, the weight per discipline was assumed from ratios of the total weight. Finally, the weight of the pipe rack module was estimated and calculated by using the developed model. As a result, the deviation from the model was better than that (-20% ~ 60 %) of other studies about the weight estimation and calculation of FPSO topsides. Thus, the validity and applicability of the weight estimation and calculation of the pipe rack could be checked.
Publication Date 2016-10-01
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Category KCI

이수호, 안현식, 김한성, 허윤, 배재류, 김기수, 함승호, 이성민, 노명일, "FPSO Topsides Pipe Rack 견적 중량 추산 방법 연구", 대한조선학회 논문집, Vol. 53, No. 5, pp. 362-370, 2016.10.01


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