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Overview
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course

Students will require approximately 30 hours to complete the course. The maximum time to complete the course is 6 weeks. Upon completion, a certified diploma will be emitted.

Upon enrolling, students will receive .pdf manuals, video tutorials and practical exercises. Our website, with 24 hour access, has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teacher has  experience in Rhinoceros and naval design.
 
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Duration: 30 hours, ONLINE
Start date: October 29th, 2021
Max time: 6 weeks
Price: 200 €
 
 
   
 
Description
 
Aimed at:

This course is aimed at naval engineers, naval architects, industrial designers, product designers and anyone interested in broadening and perfecting its 3D marine design knowledge.

It is recommended to have some previous knowledge about Rhinoceros in order to follow the course. An elementary level is enough.


Objectives:

The main objective is to provide the necessary skill set required to solve any 3D modeling problem applied to the marine industry through practical exercises.


More Information:

- Modeling a hull with Rhinoceros 3D



Methodology:

The evaluation will be done by theoretical and practical exercises.

 
Contents
 
PART I: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 1
1. NURBS topology.
2. Curve creation and continuity.
3. Curve and surface continuity.
4. Advanced techniques for controlling continuity.
5. Surface blend options.
6. Modeling with history.
7. Part I exercises.

PART II: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 2
1. Advanced surfacing techniques.
2. Dome-shaped buttons.
3. Creased surfaces.
4. Curve fairing to control surface quality.
5. Analyzing surface continuity.
6. Sculpting.
7. Part II exercises.

PART III: BITMAP MODELING AND RAPID HULL MODELING
1. Bitmap modeling.
2. Rapid hull modeling.
3. Part III exercises

PART IV: FINAL PROJECT
1. Yacht hull modeling with Rhinoceros.
2. Hull elements modeling with Rhinoceros.
3. Deck modeling with Rhinoceros.
 
Teachers
 
fototutor Pablo Mira-Oteiza 
Naval and Ocean Engineer by Universidade da Coruña. He has an extended experience on the conceptual design of ships and artifacts as well as on the coordination of basic engineering projects. He has collaborated in the engineering departments of companies such as Navantia, Capgemini or Gabadi, in pioneering projects for the naval industry. He is an expert in ship modeling using different softwares and has created numerous subsequently built ship hulls. In his work he performs naval architecture calculations as well as structural calculations using the finite element method.  
 
 
Registration information

If you are interest in this course, please fill in the Registration Form or contact us at info@technicalcourses.net and we will respond to any enquiry you may have.

Our contact:

• Telephone: +34 686 691 703

• E-mail: info@technicalcourses.net

 
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