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MARIN helps to increase the workability of SOVs Service Operation Vessels are used for installation and maintenance activities on offshore wind turbines. These vessels are typically equipped with large Dynamic Positioning systems and motion compensated gangways and cranes so they can work in challenging sea conditions.  Energy can be reduced by smart interaction between multiple


REGISTRATION FOR BLUEWEEK & FPSO JIP WEEK NOW OPEN! We are ready to welcome you on board the ‘SS Rotterdam’ or online! For the combined BlueWeek & FPSO JIP Week the registration is open. Check the programme and registration options at and ON BOARD SS ROTTERDAM & LIVE STREAM MARIN is looking forward to bringing the

WiSP 2:风助推进

WiSP 2: Wind-assisted ship propulsion In recent years, there has been a resurgence of research on wind-assisted ship propulsion. After a very successful first WiSP JIP, the follow-up project WiSP 2 has kicked off. WiSP 2 focuses on the incorporation of wind-assisted ship propulsion in the regulatory framework (including EEDI, EEXI and CII), and


MEET US IN ATHENS AT POSIDONIA 2022 Meet us at Posidonia 2022 in Athens, June 6-10. Visit us at stand 4.320/2 within the Holland Pavilion of Netherlands Maritime Technology. Or join our seminar on Tuesday June 7 about Wind propulsion towards sustainable shipping with the cooperation of ABS and Wärtsilä. WIND PROPULSION SEMINAR Anton Kisjes


‘The integration of marine systems at the ship concept stage will be key’ Marine Systems represent a vast family of products and solutions, which are pretty difficult to characterise in just a few words. While a hull or a floater are the most obvious and prominent systems that a ship or platform is made


CRS SHARE WEBINAR ‘DATA DRIVEN’ In the Cooperative Research Ships (CRS) Data Driven working group, participants worked on several problem cases in ship hydrodynamics using data driven methods. The problem cases included significant event detection, performance prediction, whipping assessment and rudder control. In this webinar on Thursday April 28, 14.00-16.30 CET, we will summarize these


Examining the importance of hydrodynamic interaction Wind loads on large container ships are studied within the Windlass JIP ( Photo by Andy Li on Unsplash When a ship enters a lock or passes under a narrow bridge, the hydrodynamic effect is obvious, but hydrodynamic interaction also plays a role in canals, fairways

Report Magazine 133已发布

REPORT MAGAZINE 133: READ NOW AND REGISTER TO RECEIVE FUTURE EDITIONS Bubble curtains, a living breakwater, flexible floating islands and crash barriers: just a few topics we share with you in this edition of MARIN Report magazine. We also give you an insight into our Maritime Masterplan projects to achieve a smart and zero-emission maritime


‘The ever-growing size of vessels is one of the most important developments’ The Infrastructure market covers a wide and diverse range in many ways: from projects studying the capacity of inland waterways and the design and operation of ports and terminals, to offshore infrastructure like the futuristic hyperloop described in the previous edition of Report


MARITIME ‘CRASH BARRIERS’ TO AVERT COLLISIONS WITH WIND TURBINES The three concepts: a string of surface buoys secured by drag anchors, a smart suspension net between fixed poles and an anchored underwater hook line designed to catch the anchor of the drifting vessel. All concepts were tested in the Offshore Bassin to see if