Diploma in Naval Architecture

Lloyd's Maritime Academy
Training overview
Professional Course
12 months

Course description

Diploma in Naval Architecture

Our Naval Architecture Course Will Allow You to Develop and Apply Key Theories and Principles Associated with a Ship's Design

This course provides an intermediate level of understanding of the core principles to naval architecture

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Who should attend?

  • Engineers including marine engineers, newbuilding engineers, repair engineers, offshore engineers, structural and mechanical engineers, and civil engineers who would benefit from a knowledge of the concepts underlying ship design and construction
  • Shipyard and dry dock personnel who need to understand the role of naval architecture in ship construction and repair
  • Project managers, consultants, surveyors, and allied roles who need to develop their theoretical and practical knowledge of ship design and construction
  • Legal, regulatory and insurance professionals from Classification Societies, P&I Clubs, Maritime Authorities and Flag States needing to develop their understanding of naval architecture
  • Other associated roles, such as sales and marketing, commercial managers, estimators and purchasing personnel who would benefit from a greater knowledge of ship design and construction for their roles

Training content

  • Naval Architecture in the 21st Century
  • Application of Hydrostatics
  • Ship Stability and Trim
  • Ship Hydrodynamics
  • Ship’s Propellers, Rudders and Manoeuvrability
  • Seakeeping Qualities
  • The Working Environment, Design Base and Ship Performance
  • The Ship and Marine Structures
  • Ship Design Process
  • Ship Construction

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What you'll learn

  • How naval architecture interacts and combines with other mechanical engineering disciplines
  • The concepts related to the ship’s equilibrium and the factors affecting it
  • A working knowledge of elements of stability assessments both at small angles and large angles
  • Different forces acting on the ship during movement and what the overall interaction with environment is
  • Definition of screw propeller geometry and how this geometry will affect torque and thrust
  • The types of ship’s oscillations and their modelling for ‘still water’ conditions
  • The impact of environment elements on the ship in the context of the ship’s design
  • The concepts of mathematical modelling with regards to Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
  • Definition of the various design stages and elements within the ship design process flow
  • The nomenclature of the structural elements, with particular regard to loading and structural arrangements

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Lloyd's Maritime Academy

Lloyd’s Maritime Academy was born from Lloyd’s List. Lloyd’s Maritime Academy is the trusted brand for professional development, working with leading academic and industry bodies to provide accredited education and training where it is much needed.We are stepping up investment...


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240 Blackfriars Road
SE1 8BF Waterloo

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