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  • VirksomhederVirksomheder i i netvnetvrkrkTrondheim Maj 2004

    Global Global IndustrialiseringIndustrialisering

    &&ProduktkonfigureringProduktkonfigurering

  • AgendaAgenda1.1. IntroductionIntroduction to Aalborg to Aalborg IndustriesIndustries

    2.2. WhyWhy ProductProduct ConfigurationConfiguration ??

    3.3. TheThe StandardisationStandardisation ProcessProcess

    4.4. ChallengesChallenges

    5.5. Demonstration Demonstration ofof ConfigurationConfiguration ToolTool

  • Aalborg IndustriesFacts

    Global market leader (Marine boilers and energy equipment)

    Owned by Danish investors group headed by Axcel

    Production area: 80,000 m in the Aalborg Industries Group

    Employees AI Group : 1,412in Aalborg 455

    225 blue-collar workesr230 white-collar workers

    Quality certifications ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management System (since 1989

    ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel codes S and NBBIs R since 1986LRS, DNV, BV, NK, RINA, CS, KS, ABS, AT.

  • Aalborg IndustriesHistory

    1912 Aalborg Shipyard established 1919 First Aalborg boiler (Scotch marine type) 1930s New types of boilers developed 1937 Danish J. Lauritzen Holding (shipowners) acquired Aalborg Shipyard 1944 First power station boilers built 1978 First after sales service company established in Singapore 1980 Production of large industrial power plants 1988 Burner company acquired (KB burners) 1990 Heat exchanger / incinerator company acquired, A/S Vesta 1995 The Sunrod Group (marine boilers and heat exchangers) acquired from ABB 1997 Zurn Energy Division (HRSG & Keystone Package Boilers) acquired from Zurn

    Industries Inc. 1997 Pipemasters Oy (UNEXTM marine and industrial boilers) acquired from Finnyards Oy 1998 Name change to Aalborg Industries as per 1st September 98 for all group companies 1999 Acquisition of Wiesloch (thermal fluid heating systems), The Netherlands 2000 Aalborg Industries acquired by Danish investors group headed by Axcel 2000 Acquisition of ATA Combusto Tcnica, Brazil boilers from Mitsubishi, Japan. 2001 Subsidiary Ciserv AB, Sweden, sold to Wrtsil, Finland 2002 Subsidiary Aalborg Industries Inc., USA, sold to Daekyung Machinery &

    Engineering Co. Ltd., Korea

  • Aalborg Industries Global overview

    So Paulo

    Rotterdam

    AalborgStockholm

    Rauma

    Dubai

    SingaporeJakarta

    Hong Kong

    ShanghaiQingdao

    TokyoKobe

    Pusan

    Dalian

    Office locations

    York

    Petrpolis

    Houston

  • QingdaoQingdaoChinaChina

    PetrpolisPetrpolisBrazilBrazil

    JakartaJakartaIndonesiaIndonesia

    AalborgAalborgDenmarkDenmark

  • Industrialization of Boiler Manufacturing

  • KEDEL

    DAMP

    Vand

    Damp

  • Three pass smoke tube boiler

    Steam spaceSaturated steam

    Pass 2tube

    Pass 3tube

    Saturated water Steam outlet

    Flue gas to stack

    Feed water inlet

    InternalReversal chamber

    Burner2000 oC

    220 oC

    1000oC

    10 bar 184 oC

    400 oC

    Oil

    CombustionAir Furnace

  • MISSIONTM 3 Pass

  • Aalborg IndustriesBusiness areas

    Marine Boilers

    Heat Recovery Steam Generators

    Industrial Boilers

    Heat Exchangers

    Inert Gas Systems

  • Complete solutions

    Inert Gas Systems

    Exhaust gas economisersComposite boilers

    Oil-fired boilers

    Heat exchangersCoolersCondensersCargo heaters

  • AgendaAgenda1.1. IntroductionIntroduction to Aalborg to Aalborg IndustriesIndustries

    2.2. WhyWhy ProductProduct ConfigurationConfiguration ??

    3.3. TheThe StandardisationStandardisation ProcessProcess

    4.4. ChallengesChallenges

    5.5. Demonstration Demonstration ofof ConfigurationConfiguration ToolTool

  • Aalborg Industries Manufacturing

    So Paulo

    Erie

    Rotterdam

    AalborgStockholm

    Rauma

    Dubai

    SingaporeJakarta

    Hong Kong

    ShanghaiQingdao

    TokyoKobe

    Pusan

    Dalian

    Office locations

    York

    Petrpolis

    Houston

  • Competitiveness through Standardisation

    Quicker and more precise clarification with the customer

    Increased application of prefabrication(From unit production till mass-produced components)

    Increased automation of the order process

    Reduction of mistakes.

    Stronger purchasing power (Volume / stock purchase)

  • Improvement of Business Relationship with our Customers

    Improve the basis for shipyards competitiveness through:

    Improved the communicationClarification of technical requirements early in project

    Fast documentation up-front Reduction of lead times Fast response on changes Fast installation and commissioning Less faults 3D models of boiler and other major components In future the Product Configurator allows the customer

    to design their boiler plant themselves

  • AgendaAgenda1.1. IntroductionIntroduction to Aalborg to Aalborg IndustriesIndustries

    2.2. WhyWhy ProductProduct ConfigurationConfiguration ??

    3.3. TheThe StandardisationStandardisation ProcessProcess

    4.4. ChallengesChallenges

    5.5. Demonstration Demonstration ofof ConfigurationConfiguration ToolTool

  • Overlapping Boiler Products

    AQ12

    UNEXCHB

    AQ10/12W

    MISSIONOS

    AQ18

    CHS

    AQ9

    UNEX B

    AQ16 GCSMISSION

    3-Pass

    MISSIONOC

    MISSIOND

    MISSIONOL

    MISSIONOM

    CPH

    AQ10/16W

    AV8N

    MISSIONWHR-GT

    UNEX G

    UNEX H

    AV4

    WIESLOCHTF

    TO1 AV7

    UNEX BH

    AQ7AQ2

    AV14

    EGE

    AWNAR4-N

    WPH AT8DAR3C

    KH

    AV6NPioneerGE1

    PT

    MISSIONMICRO

    PioneerGE2 AV10GE AO1 UNEX P

    PioneerDE1

    AV10DE WIESLOCHEX

    Boilers in Grey Italic has no sales record in 2001AV9

  • Grouping of Products

    AQ12

    UNEXCHB

    AQ10/12W

    MISSIONOS

    AQ18

    CHS

    AQ9

    UNEX B

    AQ16 GCSMISSION

    3-Pass

    MISSIONOC

    MISSIOND

    MISSIONOL

    MISSIONOM

    CPH

    AQ10/16W

    AV6N

    AV8N

    MISSIONWHR-GT

    UNEX G

    PT

    AV9

    UNEX H

    UNEX P

    AV4

    MISSIONMICRO

    WIESLOCHTF

    WIESLOCHEX

    AO1

    TO1 AV7

    UNEX BH

    AQ7AQ2

    AV14

    EGE

    AWNAR4-N

    WPH AT8DAR3C

    Boilers in Grey Italic has no sales record in 2001

    KH

  • AWNAR4N

    AQ18 MISSIONOL

    MISSIONOS

    MISSION3-Pass

    MISSIONOL

    MISSIONOM

    MISSION2-Pass

    MISSIONXS

    MISSIONTFO

    MISSION XTF

    MISSIONXW

    MISSIONOC

    UNEXB

    UNEXBHAR3C

    AV4 AV7AQ7 AQ2UNEX

    HAV6NAV8NUNEX

    GPTEGE AV9

    UNEXPAO1

    WIESLOCH EX

    AQ16 GCSUNEX

    KHAQ10/16WMISSION

    OCTO1

    WIESLOCHTF

    AQ12 UNEXCHB

    AQ10/12WMISSIONOS

    CHS AQ9CPH MISSIONOM

    Standardisation into Product Families

  • Configuration of Boiler Plants (Complete Systems)

  • Consolidating Best PracticePredefined Concepts and well-defined Options

    2 x MISSION OM1 x MISSION XW1 x Power Panel1 x Feed Water Pumps1 x Circulation Pump1 x Fuel Oil Unit

    Koncept # 9

    2 x MISSION OL1 x MISSION XW1 x Power Panel1 x Feed Water Pumps1 x Circulation Pump1 x Fuel Oil Unit

    Koncept # 7

    2 x MISSION OL1 x MISSION XS1 x Power Panel1 x Feed Water Pumps1 x Circulation Pump1 x Fuel Oil Unit

    Koncept # 2

    2 x MISSION OL1 x MISSION XW1 x Power Panel1 x Feed Water Pumps1 x Circulation Pump1 x Fuel Oil Unit....

    Concept # 1

    Oil FiredBoiler

    Bottom Tank

    WHRBoiler(withoutSteamspace)

    Service Steam

    CirculationPump

    FeedwaterPump Unit

    Container ships Crude carriers Gas tankers Cruise ships

  • IntelligentProduct Configuration Tool

    Consistent and well-proven Solutions

    CustomerOptions

    Class Rules

    EngineeringExperience

    ProductionExperience

    Product Configuration Tool

  • Documentation and Drawingsfrom the Product Configurator

    Documentation

    Drawings

    Price Calc

    ulation

    Configuration tool

  • Product Family Master Plan

    Relationships between service level and transformer

    If the required service level is essential a transformer and a cabinet separator is mandatory

    Relationships between power and the ampmeter

    Use of Ampmeter is optional but if the power is greater than 11Kw a transformer is mandatory

    Rules and relations

    The preferred class of water and steam section depends on the required stam pressure and the required steamflow. In theory all the classes can be designer for the required pressure range and steam flow range but the plate scantlings will be increase dramatically. The typical relations are expressed in the following table

    Steam pressure [barg] Steam Flow [t/h]

    Water & steam section 10 18 24 1-8 8-20 25-120

    Drum x x

    Space x x x

    Chamber x x

    Control system

    Relay Microprocessor

    Maker [York electronic]

    PLC

    BoilerControlpanel

    1,2

    Motorstartercenter

    1,2

    Motorstarters1, 20

    RelayPanel

    [1, 3]

    Motor-starters

    1,10

    Start Stop1

    Runningindicator

    1

    Auto/manuelSwitch

    1

    Auto/manuelIndicator

    1

    Hour Counter0,1

    Ground detection0,1

    Ampmeter0,1

    TerminalRemote start/stop

    0,1

    Switch1..5

    Service level [Essential, important]

    Transformer0,1

    Cabinet seperator0,1

    Heat and steam generating system

    Boiler

    Pressure part

    [1..2]