CDR Report Sample for Naval Architect
CDR Report Sample: Naval Architect
ANZSCO Code: 233916
The Competency Demonstration Report Sample for Naval Architect includes all the necessary reports such as Three Career Episodes, Continuing Professional Development, Summary Statement and Curriculum Vitae. The Content of the CDR Report Sample is as follows:
- Curriculum Vitae: Resume based on a professional template.
- Continuing Professional Development Sample: CPD Sample clearly explains the author’s Engineering Knowledge- 1000 words.
- Naval Architect Career Episode Report Sample – 1: “Green Technology Catamaran Sailboat”- 1850 words.
- Naval Architect Career Episode Report Sample – 2: “Arctic Icebreaking Charter Yacht”- 1700 words.
- Naval Architect Career Episode Report Sample – 3: “Computational Fluid Dynamics and Fluid Structure Interaction of Yacht Sails”- 2100 words.
- Naval Architect Summary Statement Sample: Detail explanation of all the competency element- 1500 words.
Naval Architect Career Episode Report: Sample 1
Project Name: Green Technology Catamaran Sailboat
In first career episode, the author describes his project named “Green Technology Catamaran Sailboat”. The responsibilities of the author were:
- To develop a design model with an accuracy within 10% of the expected final design
- Detailed calculation and analysis of the electrical systems with a focus on energy conservation and green generation
- Vessel structural analysis for the indicated sea conditions
- Ship propulsion analysis to ensure vessel performance at sea trials
- Weight analysis of the vessel to determine the appropriate load conditions
Naval Architect Career Episode Report: Sample 2
Project Name: Arctic Icebreaking Charter Yacht
In second Career Episode, the author demonstrates his technical skills on a capstone project designed to give experience in the preliminary design of a ship. The project was “Arctic Icebreaking Charter Yacht”. The key responsibility of the writer was:
- To develop a design for an icebreaking charter yacht capable of carrying 21 passengers for an extended period of time through the eastern arctic
- To produce a design while keeping the analyses’ level of detail consistent with industry standards
- To create an environmentally sustainable boat that would be able to navigate the lower to mid Arctic during the winter months
- To create an economically viable boat
- To design a feasible vessel to meet the requirements set while providing a desirable passenger vessel.
Naval Architect Career Episode Report: Sample 3
Project Name: Computational Fluid Dynamics and Fluid Structure Interaction of Yacht Sails
In third Career Episode, the author explains the engineering skills he used in the project he was involved in. His duties and responsibilities in the project “Computational Fluid Dynamics and Fluid Structure Interaction of Yacht Sails” were:
- To review the current research into modelling methods, suitable for sail flow analysis and determine their limitations
- To validate the use of viscous computational fluid dynamics for the modelling of upwind and downwind sail sections
- To create a fluid-structure interaction solution for the modelling of sail flow problems
- To validate the fluid-structure interaction solution
- To apply the fluid-structure interaction solution to the modelling of real world sail flow scenarios