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Utveckling av hyttmodul för fritidsbåt
University of Skövde, School of Engineering Science.
University of Skövde, School of Engineering Science.
2016 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 20 credits / 30 HE creditsStudent thesisAlternative title
Development of a cabin module for a leisure boat (English)
Abstract [sv]

Ryds båtar tillverkas i den småländska tätorten Ryd sedan slutet på 50-talet. Företaget har sedan dess tillverkat allt från kanoter till hyttbåtar. I dagens modellprogram finns ingen hyttbåt och genom modernisering inom tillverkning och monteringsprocesser har de visionen att visa upp en ny modultillverkad hyttbåt på Båtmässan 2017. Detta examensarbete har genomförts på Högskolan i Skövde tillsammans med Ryds med samma mål och vision. Projektet har inneburit att utveckla en modulanpassad hytt till en befintlig styrpulpetbåt med fokus på säkerhet, funktion, formspråk och kostnadseffektivisering.

Hyttbåten behövde klara den marina miljön vad gäller påfrestningar från vatten och vind året om. Båten skulle även genom formspråk och kostnader vara anpassad efter målgruppen, personer boende i skärgården som mer eller mindre använder båten till vardags året om.

Projektet inleddes med en förstudie med genomgång av båttillverkning och lämpliga material samt intervjuer, konkurrens- och funktionsanalyser från bland annat Båtmässan 2016 i Göteborg. Med bakgrund av detta arbetades en kravspecifikation fram som lade grunden för konceptgenerering, prototypgestaltning samt hållfasthetsberäkningar och som slutligen resulterade i ett färdigt hyttbåtskoncept.

Den slutliga hyttmodulen är tillverknings- och monteringsmässigt noga avvägd, kostnader anpassade efter målgruppens plånbok och har ett formspråk som är anpassat efter det befintliga skrovet och Ryds profil. Hyttmodulen klarar de satta hållfasthetskraven och materialen är anpassade efter den marina miljön. Ergonomiska aspekter har anpassats i största mån efter konkurrenternas och befintliga båtmodellers mått. Monteringen av hyttmodulen sker genom att en extern cockpit/balja sänks ned i däcket, varpå ramverk, lister, fönsterpartier, dörrar, luckor och tak fästes innan slutlig tätning görs. Två förslag på estetisk karaktär har framlagts för att påvisa möjligheterna för personlig utrustning och uttryck. 

Abstract [en]

Since the end of the 1950s the boat manufacturer Ryds, situated in Småland, has been producing everything from canoes to cabin boats. Their latest successful cabin boat was last manufactured in 2012 and since then the company has modernized their production plant and new goals and methods have been introduced. This new way of manufacturing boats, including modular design, have not yet given the opportunities of introducing a new cabin boat, which is now one of the company’s strong visions for 2017. This thesis has been carried out at the University of Skövde in collaboration with Ryds, with the same goals and vision. The project goal was to develop a cabin boat through methods of module design and new assembly strategies in the boat manufacturing industry. The cabin module was to be assembled as an external part to an existing leisure boat with the main focus on areas such as safety, performance, design and cost efficiency.

Requirements for the cabin boat were to withstand the marine environment in terms of weather and water conditions as well as mechanical stress. The design and manufacturing costs were to be adapted to the target group preferences and competing cabin boats of similar size. Target group of this project were archipelago habitants which use the boat as their main transport every day all year round more or less.

The initial phase of the project was to collect necessary information of boat manufacturing, suitable material as well as performing interviews and analysing competitors’ design and manufacturing strategies. Information about competitors was mainly collected through the Boat Show 2016 in Gothenburg. Using this background information a set of requirements were established. This specification list was used as the basis platform for concept generation, concept evaluation and prototyping phases as well as the conducting of mechanical strength calculations, which resulted in a finished cabin boat concept.

The developed cabin module is carefully balanced in manufacturing and assembly, costs suited for the target group’s wallets and a design adapted to the existing hull and Ryds’ profile. The cabin module fulfils the mechanical strength requirements and the strains from the marine environment. Ergonomic aspects have been adapted to existing and competing cabin boat dimensions. The assembly of the cabin boat is done by lowering a cockpit into the deck of the leisure boat, whereupon lists, windows, doors, hatches and roof are assembled followed by final sealing. Two suggestions of aesthetic character have been presented to demonstrate the possibilities of personal equipment and expressions. 

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2016. , 92 p.
Keyword [sv]
fritidsbåt, hyttmodul
National Category
Mechanical Engineering
Identifiers
URN: urn:nbn:se:his:diva-12635OAI: oai:DiVA.org:his-12635DiVA: diva2:944964
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Ryds Båtindustri AB
Subject / course
Product Design Engineering
Educational program
Product Design Engineer
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Available from: 2016-06-30 Created: 2016-06-30 Last updated: 2017-02-01Bibliographically approved

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