This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2009. Therefore this version remains current.
ISO 10303-216:2003 specifies the scope and information requirements for the exchange of ship moulded form definitions, geometric representations, and related hydrostatic properties.
The following are within the scope of ISO 10303-216:2003:
- definition of moulded form geometry related to commercial and naval ships;
- definition of moulded form geometry of the preliminary design, detailed design, and production stages of the life cycle of a ship;
- definition of moulded form geometry that describe the hull moulded form of the ship, including mono hullforms, multi-hullforms, the bulbous bow, transom stern, thruster tunnels, and additional appendages;
- definition of moulded form geometry that describe the moulded form of propellers and rudders;
- definition of moulded geometry that describe the moulded form of decks including camber and sheer;
- definition of moulded geometry of internal ship compartment boundaries and the moulded form geometry of ship structural and non-structural elements;
- definition of general characteristics;
- definition of design parameters for the ship hull, bulbous bow, propeller, rudder, and appendages that are necessary to describe the moulded form, and are required to calculate hydrostatic properties;
- definition of hydrostatic properties of the ship moulded form that depend on the draught of the ship;
- definition of global and local co-ordinate systems and spacing tables used in naval architecture for position purposes;
- shape definition of ship moulded forms that use one of the following specified types of geometric representation:
- geometric representations containing geometric elements used in naval architecture;
- version control and approval of moulded forms and related hydrostatics.
The following are outside the scope of ISO 10303-216:2003:
- product definition data related to hull plating defined on the moulded form;
- product definition data related to ship compartmentation and ship arrangements;
- product definition data related to ship structures and ship assemblies;
- product definition data related to ship machinery and ship superstructures;
- mechanical systems and material aspects of propellers, rudders and control surfaces;
- product definition data from the decommissioning stage of the ship life cycle;
- hydromechanic properties of the ship;
- damage stability properties of ships;
- ship longitudinal strength.
Status : PublishedPublication date : 2003-08
Edition : 1Number of pages : 947
Technical Committee:Industrial data
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