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Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering University of Michigan – College of Engineering Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering University of Michigan College of Engineering
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Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering University of Michigan – College of Engineering Examples of Marine Systems
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Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering University of Michigan – College of Engineering Offshore Production Facilities
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Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering University of Michigan – College of Engineering LargeVehicles
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Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering University of Michigan – College of Engineering LargeVehicles
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Modeling UNDEX in a Virtual Environment
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Blast resistant panels
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Blast resistant panels
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Blast resistant panels
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Blast resistant panels
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Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering University of Michigan – College of Engineering Major Problems Addressed in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering The Marine Environment – Almost 3/4 of the earth’s surface – Vast living and mineral resources – Coastal regions The most developed areas of the nation – 17% of the contiguous US land – 53% of nation’s population NA&ME provides systems, vehicles and methodologies to explore, traverse, utilize and maintain the marine environment through engineering analysis and design
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The Engineering Profession Engineering 110: Semester Theme 1. Make solar energy economical 2. Provide energy from fusion 3. Provide access to clean water 4. Reverse-engineer the brain 5. Advance personalized learning 6. Develop carbon sequestration methods 7. Engineer the tools of scientific discovery NA&ME Research Focii 8. Restore and improve urban infrastructure 9. Advance health informatics 10. Prevent nuclear terror 11. Engineer better medicines 12. Enhance virtual reality 13. Manage the nitrogen cycle 14. Secure cyberspace Grand Challenges of the National Academy of Engineering http://www.engineeringchallenges.org/
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The Engineering Profession Engineering 110: Semester Theme Grand Challenges of the National Academy of Engineering Restore and improve urban infrastructure “Infrastructure is the combination of fundamental systems that support a community, region, or country. It includes everything from water and sewer systems to road and rail networks to the national power and natural gas grids . Engineers of the 21st century face the formidable challenge of modernizing the fundamental structures that support civilization. Ports, harbors, and marine vehicles Marine energy systems
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Examples of Marine Systems Source: European Wind Energy Association
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Examples of Marine Systems windpowerworks.net
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Examples of Marine Systems scottish-southern.co.uk
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Technology Overview Boeing 747-400 GE 3.6 MW turbine: 111 m rotor Wind power: using the energy in wind to generate electricity Wind moving over blades causes them to ‘lift’ and rotate
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