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SHIPBUILDING AND TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS: Additive Manufacturing for Sustainable Shipbuilding, Maintenance, and Repair

15 Feb 2022, 1430 IST

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This session is now over. You can watch the YouTube video on demand below: 

Context and Overview:

As part of Vision 2030, key targets have been de­fined to promote domestic ship building, repair and recycling India needs to chan­nelize domestic demand for ship building and ship repair. Also, how ship repair clusters need to be developed for enhancing repair capacity in India. 

IMRC attempts to explore the current situation of repairs and shipbuilding in India. And how with Additive manufacturing the scope of services can be enhanced and made more sustainable. Additive manufacturing presents a transformative approach to industrial production that enables the creation of lighter, stronger parts and systems. It allows a lean and agile supply chain. Two types of spare parts - just-in-time and just-in-case can be manufactured and managed using digital inventory solutions.

The Speakers

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Dr. Sastry Y Kandukuri

Global Practice Lead - Additive Manufacturing & Senior Principal Consultant - Qualification & Certification services at DNV Energy Systems Norway

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Mr Syed Abdi

Shipyards Restructuring & Turnaround Professional

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Mr Sujoy Seal

COO, Hunter Group ASA

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Mr Aditya Chandavarkar

Co-Founder / Managing Editor at Indian 3D Printing Network / AM Chronicle

Moderator and Assimilator

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Capt Kishore S.

Former MD, Kongsberg Digital

Promoter Director of GreenTech MW

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Mr Ulhas Kalghatgi

Independent Professional 

The Library

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Cost Reduction through the Use of Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) and Collaborative Product Lifecycle Management Technologies to Enhance the Navy's Maintenance Programs

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Additive Manufacturing and Maritime Spare Parts: Benefits and Obstacles for the End-Users

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The Finlandization of Shipbuiling

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Bounded Capabilities and Technological interfaces of the Brazilian Shipbuilding and Offshore Industry

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Lifecycle design and management of additive manufacturing technologies

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Decision support for additive manufacturing deployment in remote or austere environments

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A Research on Simulation Framework for the Advancement of Supplying Management Competency

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How to Implement Tech in Shipbuilding: Charting the Course to Success 

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Consolidating spare parts for asset maintenance with additive manufacturing

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A decision model on the repair and maintenance of shipping containers

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A Behavioral Theory of R&D Expenditures and Innovations: Evidence from Shipbuilding

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Benchmarking Naval Shipbuilding with 3D Laser Scanning, Additive Manufacturing, and Collaborative Product Lifecycle Management

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Growth of Shipbuilding in China: The Science, Technology, and Innovation route

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Technologies for reduced environmental impact from ships - Ship building, maintenance and dismantling aspects

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Make or Buy: Cost Impacts of Additive Manufacturing, 3D Laser Scanning Technology, and Collaborative Product Lifecycle Management on Ship Maintenance and Modernization

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Technological Catching-up and Latecomer Strategy: A Case Study of the Asian Shipbuilding Industry

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Programming of Welding Robots in Shipbuilding

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