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The Naval Architect: July/Aug 2016

The results of CFD analysis can be combined with traditional modelling techniques to provide benchmarks that shipyards can use to improve vessel design performance, writes ABS’ energy efficiency, operational and environmental performance division,

The Naval Architect: July/Aug 2016

Increasing navigation of highly sensitive environmental areas, such as the Polar Regions, necessitate new rules and an accommodation of ship design to meet the challenges of operating in extreme weather conditions. The Russian Register is updating its 2012 ‘Methodology’ for calculating pressure on vessels operating in these conditions.

The Naval Architect: July/Aug 2016

Container feeder vessels are expected to be the subject of the next major ordering bout as ageing feeder vessels in the fleet will need replacing. Knud E. Hansen is gearing up for the expected orders with a couple of new designs, including an innovative concept vessel.

Shiprepair eNews - June 2016

Oceanic Technical Solutions has successfully converted all refrigeration and reefer plants onboard a Norbulk managed refrigerated cargo ship to run on refrigerant R407F.

Shiprepair eNews - June 2016

Goltens Worldwide has announced that the Netherlnds’ Defence Materiel Organization has awarded three contracts to its Green Technologies business unit

Shiprepair eNews - June 2016

A diver/technician team from Belgium-based Hydrex has carried out underwater stern tube seal repairs on a container vessel in Tauranga, New Zealand.

Shiprepair eNews - June 2016

Nine apprentices from A&P Falmouth will soon put their training to work on the RFA Cardigan Bay.

Shiprepair eNews - June 2016

Gibdock has reinforced its reputation for ro-ro and container ship repair work by drydocking two con-ro vessels operated by Canadian shipowner, Oceanex.

Shiprepair eNews - June 2016

The Queen Mary 2 has recently completed a major drydocking at Blohm+Voss. This comprised the largest refit program since the vessel was brought into service in 2003.

Offshore Marine Technology: 2nd Quarter 2016

Chevalier Floatels has upgraded two of its key floating accommodation units, resulting in increased offshore personnel capacity and the ability to transfer workers from ship to platform at greater heights than before.

Offshore Marine Technology: 2nd Quarter 2016

The debutant in BigRoll Shipping’s four-vessel MC class matches a strong, unobstructed aft deck with a high ballast capacity and ice-class compliance.

Offshore Marine Technology: 2nd Quarter 2016

Effective knowledge management today could reduce the required design time for tomorrow’s semisubmersibles, Michael Dickin, naval architect at Lloyd’s Register, writes.

The Naval Architect: June 2016

A brave new world emerges, combining adhesive coatings, modified coating topographies and robotised application.

The Naval Architect: June 2016

Judging a class society by its rules is one of the few detached calculations that potential class customers can make. It is little wonder then that the merged DNV GL has heralded its new combined class rules.

The Naval Architect: June 2016

It has been a long time since a true paradigm shift was sensed in our industry, but the frisson became palpable almost immediately, as the first presentations at COMPIT 2016 clearly illustrated the exciting advent of a new era. Naval architect Nick Danese reports.

 
 

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