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Mitsubishi Shipbuilding receives order from the University of Tokyo for performance estimation and diagram selec tion system “MiPoLin(R)”

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding receives order from the University of Tokyo for performance estimation and diagram selection system “MiPoLin(R)” Started use in “Maritime Digital Engineering Course (MODE)”
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◆ Utilize performance estimation based on a large-scale aquarium test database to build simulation-based models
◆ Contributing to technological development in the maritime field using digital engineering
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. (President: Toru Kitamura, Headquarters: Nishi-ku, Yokohama, hereinafter referred to as Mitsubishi Shipbuilding), a member of the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group, has launched MiPoLin(R) (Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Power prediction & Lines), an independently developed performance estimation and line selection system. We have received an order from the University of Tokyo for the “Selection System”*1. MiPoLin(R) has begun to be used in the Maritime and Ocean Digital Engineering Laboratory (MODE)*2 offered at the same university. MiPoLin(R) is an easy-to-use calculation that uses over 1,200 cases of various water tank test results and over 420 ship type data accumulated over more than 100 years at the Mitsubishi Ship Type Testing Center owned by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in Nagasaki City. A highly accurate web-based performance estimation and diagram selection system. By utilizing the large-scale database owned by Mitsubishi Shipbuilding and the track record and know-how gained through ship construction, it is possible to estimate highly accurate propulsion performance and generate a ship shape linked to it, which can be used for initial design and performance evaluation of ships. available for. Sales will begin in August 2022 so that the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group’s technology can be widely used to solve problems related to the maritime industry in general. MODE is a social collaboration course established by the University of Tokyo and seven companies including Mitsubishi Shipbuilding on October 1, 2022. We are working towards building a simulation platform to solve the issues faced by Japan’s maritime industry, and the large-scale aquarium test database provided by MiPoLin(R) will be used to build models for the simulation platform planned by MODE. This project was selected because it was evaluated as possible. In the maritime industry, there is a growing need for environmentally friendly ships and operations. Through various solutions including MiPoLin(R), Mitsubishi Shipbuilding will promote decarbonization of the maritime industry and realize a carbon-neutral society, while further enhancing the cutting-edge shipbuilding technology and knowledge it has accumulated to date. We will continue to contribute to the development of the maritime industry. *1 For more information about MiPoLin(R), please see the URL below.
https://www.mhi.com/jp/products/ship/engineering_mipolin.html *2 For more information about MODE, please see the URL below.
https://mode.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp/
[Image: https://prtimes.jp/i/25611/571/resize/d25611-571-36a2b6d46b5338718378-1.jpg&s3=25611-571-161d2601dcf20ae5f782c08eecb1e8e3-1688×1156.jpg] Image of data created with MiPoLin(R)
■Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
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