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Samsung uses Intergraph tool to design LNG conversion-ready containership

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Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has announced that it used Intergraph Smart ® 3D to design the world’s largest containership, MOL Triumph, for Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL).

The vessel is 400 m long, has a breadth of 58.8 m and a draft of 32.8 m. It is classified as an ultra large containership that can transport 20 150 containers, and is the first of four 20 150 TEU vessels that Samsung is building for MOL. The vessel is also capable of being converted to LNG fuel at a later date.

Smart 3D was used to carry out the detailed and production design of the vessel, as well as to produce installation and fabrication drawings, and bills of materials for SHI’s procurement team. Smart 3D’s top-down planning & estimation and assembly planning & simulation models were also used on the project.

Mun-Keun Ha, the Vice President of SHI, said: “Successful construction of the MOL Triumph is further evidence of SHI's technological excellence and our longstanding partnership with Intergraph PP&M.

“Furthermore, we were able to complete construction on-time and with zero incidents, thanks to Smart 3D’s optimised design features.”

The President of Intergraph PP&M, Mattias Stenberg, added: “SHI has been leading the market with optimised hull and outfitting design and record-breaking containership size. Intergraph is proud to be a technological partner in this journey.”

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