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The Naval Architect February 2022

Built for UECC, Auto Advance delivers significant gains in energy efficiency and emissions reduction.

The Naval Architect February 2022

Balancing owner preferences and regulatory requirements is becoming increasingly challenging.

The Naval Architect February 2022

Polymer-based solutions could play a key role in slashing emissions and improving vessel capacity and availability.

The Naval Architect February 2022

Naval architect and historian Larrie D. Ferreiro on the life and death of John Scott Russell.

Warship Technology January 2022

Together, the UK Royal Navy and Ministry of Defence are examining the use of unmanned air systems on the Queen Elizabeth class carriers, a plan that could enhance flexibility but require significant changes to the vessels.

Warship Technology January 2022

A new class of corvette with a high level of commonality and modularity has been proposed to meet the needs of European navies.

Warship Technology January 2022

Classification society Bureau Veritas has developed a particularly close working relationship with the Australian defence sector and the Royal Australian Navy and is helping it to develop a comprehensive set of rules specific to naval ships. The goal is to establish standards for its entire fleet to improve risk management, assess safety and structural defects, and help ensure all vessels are fit for purpose.

Warship Technology January 2022

The challenges of autonomous technology in marine and defence applications require innovation in rule development says Domenic Carlucci, ABS vice president and chief technology director.

The Naval Architect January 2022

The maritime industry will have to embrace a variety of different fuel transition pathways, according to a new report from researchers at the Technical University of Denmark.

The Naval Architect January 2022

Titan LNG has developed an innovative concept for the fuel storage tanks used in its liquid gas bunker barge design series ‘Hyperion’.

The Naval Architect January 2022

The latest SSI has introduced assembly level locking features that provide project management with high-level change controls throughout the design approval workflow.

The Naval Architect January 2022

The design and implementation of VHF Data Exchange System (VDES) services has the potential to revolutionise ship tracking communication in the decade ahead.

Warship Technology December 2021

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) in the UK is seeking solutions for innovations in hybrid powertrain technology that could power Royal Navy and Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessels and reduce carbon emissions.

Warship Technology December 2021

A National Shipbuilding Office has been created to ‘galvanise and promote’ the UK’s shipbuilding enterprise, Ben Wallace, the Government’s Shipbuilding Tsar and Defence Secretary has announced.

Warship Technology December 2021

Classification society DNV has unveiled a new Naval Technical Assurance certification concept as an alternative approach to the classification assurance process.

Warship Technology December 2021

At the end of November 2021, Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley formally commissioned two Cape-class patrol boats at a ceremony held at the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard base in Chaguaramas.

The Naval Architect November/December 2021

A research project led by the University of Kent is exploring viable scenarios for electrifying Channel crossings.

The Naval Architect November/December 2021

The Chinese shipyard is keen to establish itself as a leader in the emerging tanker segment.

The Naval Architect November/December 2021

The one-size-fits-all days are over, says Ulrik Dan Frørup, chief commercial director, Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore.

The Naval Architect November/December 2021

From TNA’s Marine Power & Propulsion supplement. Yanmar’s dual-fuel 6EY22ALDF recently secured its first order, but two long established names in the medium-speed sector are set to disappear.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 4th Quarter 2021

The well-established ballast water treatment concept continues to be developed to adapt to operators’ refit requirements

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 4th Quarter 2021

A containerised LNG fuel storage option is the latest to gain provisional class approval

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 4th Quarter 2021

Rolls-Royce has supplied new engines, an advanced automation system and a tool for remote servicing on the high-speed catamaran Avemar Dos

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 4th Quarter 2021

The Drydocks World shipyard has witnessed a significant upturn in gas carrier contracts