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Shiprepair eNews May 2016

A&P Group’s Tyne yard welcomed MPI Discovery described as one of the world’s most advanced wind turbine installation vessels into its dry dock last week.

Shiprepair eNews May 2016

Major modification work will bring A2SEA-owned second-generation wind turbine jack-up vessel into line with growing demands of the offshore wind industry

Shiprepair & Conversion Technology: 2nd quarter 2016

Norway’s Tero Marine has recently upgraded its well established TM Master software suite with new modules.

Shiprepair & Conversion Technology: 2nd quarter 2016

The Bremerhaven shipyard is posed to start work on a major project for DFDS, which will include increasing capacity and repairing major collision damage.

Shiprepair & Conversion Technology: 2nd quarter 2016

Rather than the IMO, it appears that the US Coast Guard is exerting most influence on the technical development and selection of ballast water management systems.

Ship & Boat I nternational: May/June 2016

CTruk Group is working on a flexible support ship that manages to combine as many functions, and fulfil as many turbine farm-related tasks, as possible.

Ship & Boat International: May/June 2016

A flexible, modular approach has informed AMD’s latest proposal for future patrol craft design ­ while also utilising a standardised and proven, single hull form for all variations.

Warship Technology: May 2016

In January 2016 the Naval Sea Systems Command issued a pre-solicitation for industry design studies for the T-ATS(X) Towing, Salvage and Rescue ship, which will replace the existing T-ATF and T-ARS 50 class vessels.

Warship Technology: May 2016

In March 2016 the UK Ministry of Defence awarded BAE Systems a £472 million (US$669.4 million) contract to progress the Type 26 Global Combat Ship programme.

Warship Technology: May 2016

The UK Ministry of Defence has confirmed that continuing problems with the reliability and resilience of the all-electric power and propulsion system installed in the Royal Navy’s Type 45 destroyers will require a major diesel generator upgrade to increase electrical generation capacity.

The Naval Architect: May 2016

New technology and the use of LNG as fuel for cruiseships are two topics that have featured highly in recent months for the cruise industry with the release of new products and the forthcoming introduction of new environmental legislation. Sandra Speares reports.

The Naval Architect: May 2016

Using wind energy to power the world’s fleet of ships is turning into more than just the fleeting idea of a Hollywood director looking for their latest blockbuster. Latter day idealists are turning the dream into a reality as necessity, once again, proves to be the mother (and father) of invention. Diane Gilpin investigates.

Naval Architect: May 2016

Recent presentations in technical journals and at specialised conferences emphasise the need for credible ship scale Computational Fluid Dynamics modelling. Dr Dmitriy Ponkratov of the Lloyd’s Register Technical Investigations Department outlines the class society’s validation project.

The Naval Architect: April 2016

As the three year project to develop a highly efficient, low emission catamaran trailer ferry enters its second year, The Naval Architect gets a running report on the developments of the vessel and the challenges yet to be overcome.

The Naval Architect: April 2016

Having started its fleet renewal programme in 2011 with the delivery of the Algoma Mariner-series, the Great Lakes operator, Algoma Central Corporation, is continuing to upgrade its fleet with its team of designers at the centre of its development of the latest self-unloading vessels.


Stone Marine May 2016

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