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ISDP Offers Software For Ship Design And Production

Integrated Ship Design and Production (ISDP) Product Model Output software from Intergraph supports output requirements for ship design and production, including manufacturing data, database queries, drawings, analysis records, and visualization data. These images illustrate examples of output derived from the digital ship model. ISDP software produces true bills of material based on design data. The design database supports ad hoc queries by providing information on the status of work in progress on the digital model. Automated drawing extraction capabilities streamline production of ship installation drawings and schematics. ISDP software also provides output to manufacturing applications including nesting, burning and shell expansion. The system generates and tracks different types of analysis data such as stress analysis results and mass properties evaluations. Visualization data includes renderings and detailed virtual environments.

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