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Shipbuilding 2009

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Creating a better future- Global Leader

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Environmental Management Full Containerships Bulk Carriers/OBO Carriers Ropax/Ro-Ro Ships/Car Carriers FPSOs/Drillship/Offshore Drilling Rigs Other Vessels Full Containerships Bulk Carriers Other Vessels

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We Build a Better Tomorrow Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (HH1) had its ground-breaking ceremony in 1972 in Hlsan, situated on the southeastern tip of the Korean peninsula. HH1 started building two 260,000 dwt VLCCs in conjunction with its dry dock construction and, two years later, had a christening ceremony for the two VLCCs with the simultaneous dedication of its shipyard. In 1984, just 10 years after HH1 delivered its first VLCC, HH1 surpassed 10 million dwt in ship production. HH1 has since maintained its position as a leading shipbuilder in the world, currently accounting for...

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Since its establishment in 1973, UHI has not only been successful in shipbuilding, but has also expanded its business activities in various heavy industry fields. HHl's goal is to become one of the world's premier heavy industry companies, helping to improve the quality of life in the 21st century. Offshore & Engineering Engine & Machinery Electro Electric Systems Industrial Plant & Engineering Construction Eguipment Ship Sales Quality Control Research & Development Computer Center Safety Control Education & Training Center Customer Support

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Building Facilities HHl's facilities include nine dry docks. Currently Dry Docks No. 1 & 8 are allocated for building LING carriers. Dry Dock No. 3, HHl's largest, with 1 mil. dwt capacity, is used for the simultaneous construction of multiple ships. Dry Docks No. 4 & 5 are medium-sized and are used to build up to 150,000 DWT and 70,000 DWT-class vessels, respectively. Construction of naval ships and special-purpose vessels is carried out at Dry Docks No. 6 & 7. Dry Dock No. 9 is specially designed to increase productivity in building VLCCs. Area & Building Capacity/Building Docks...

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Advanced Facilities Hyundai's Ulsan shipyard is equipped with the most up-to-date facilities, from fully automated steel-cutting lines to environmentally-controlled painting shops. With a high level of automation and new production technologies ranging from off-line welding robots and indoor production of 40m long blocks, to the two-component proportioning system in painting, UHI offers a number of advantages - greater productivity gains, reduced building time, and, above all, superb ship quality. HH1 provides an ideal site for shipbuilding that you cannot find anywhere else in the world....

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Model Test Hull Form Design

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Research &Development HMRI (Hyundai Maritime Research Institute) The Hyundai Maritime Research Institute (HMRI) was formally inaugurated on October 6, 1984, to reinforce the aims of HHI in the marine field. HMRI was unanimously accepted as a member Research and Development is an essential requirement for the improvement and advancement of modern technology. HHI operates three renowned in-house research institutes: HMRI (Hyundai Maritime Research Institute), HIRI (Hyundai Industrial Research Institute) and TDI (Techno Design Institute). of the International Towing Tank Conference (ITTC) in...

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HIRI (Hyundai Industrial Research Institute) The Hyundai Industrial Research Institute (HIRI) was established in 1983 to improve HHI’s welding productivity and quality. It plays a vital role in improving production technologies such as welding, casting, plastic deformation, and other material processing methods, including the development of automated production facilities. HIRI also developed the engineering technologies used to improve the performance, life, and safety of HHI’s main products. Current research topics include robotics and laser systems in the mechatronics field, power plants...

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TDI (Techno Design Institute) The Techno Design Institute (TD1) plays an important role in coordinating design development and supports optimal design technologies by supplying new designs of various products and construction. The institute is divided into two departments, the Visual Communication Department and the Product Design Department. The Visual Communication Design Department uses color to aesthetically improve products, and creates web-based designs and corporate or brand identities. The Product Design Department develops and defines products identities. TD1 helps cultivate a...

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Computer-Integrated Shipbuilding Computer-Integrated Shipbuilding At UHI almost all shipyard functions depend on a variety of computer systems, from daily administrative work to stock purchasing to all ship design research and manufacturing processes. The various CAE/CAÜ/CAM systems that have been developed to provide optimum efficiency include S1KOB and NAPA for basic ship calculations and Tribon for hull form generation; an AutoDef CAD/CAM system for hull structure design and production; MSC/NasTran, Mechanica, and Iris for structural analysis; Pilot and LRPass for rule calculation;...

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Quality Management HHl's policy is to actively meet all contract specifications and regulations in addition to satisfying the needs of every client. HHl's quality assurance systems are designed, organized and implemented to ensure strict quality standards. These systems are acknowledged worldwide by scores of national & international designing and manufacturing organizations. All of HHl's divisions have received 1SO9001 Quality Management Certificates. Hyundai's strong commitment to training continues to provide its clients with reliable and high quality products and services. HH1 will...

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Health, Safety and Environmental Management (HSE) In helping to create a prosperous future for people, HHI recognizes that health, safety and the environment are integral to mankind’s happiness, and to business management, as well. Therefore, HHI pledges to continuously carry out and improve H.S.E. in order to help achieve higher living standards and to establish itself as the global leader in the heavy industries field. Health, Safety and Environmental Management shipbuilding 19

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