面对气候变化的推船设计

Pushboat design considerations facing climate change Pushboat operators, especially those operating on the rivers, face the transition to zero emission propulsion in combination with longer periods of low water. This results in conflicting design specifications. By combining different disciplines, MARIN is extending the scope of its design support to cope with this challenge. Autonomy

UPDATE FLARE PROJECT ON FLOODING ACCIDENT RESPONSE

Despite the fact that the maritime sector is continuously investing in increasing and maintaining safety on board ships, additional effort is needed in the pathway towards zero-loss of life and zero-pollution. The highest risk for persons on board ships comes with flooding accidents, but consequences may be reduced when appropriate actions are taken following such

H2020 FUNDED MOSES PROJECT KICKED OFF

MARIN is one of the 17 partners participating in the MOSES project: autoMated vessels and supply chain Optimisation for Sustainable short SEa Shipping. MOSES aims to significantly enhance the Short Sea Shipping (SSS) component of the European container supply chain by addressing the vulnerabilities and strains that relate to the operation of large containerships. More

Few places left for Offshore and Ship hydrodynamics courses

The spring courses for Offshore and Ship hydrodynamics have a few places left. Join us in Wageningen or Shanghai! See the special course page for more details. Hydrodynamics of Floating Offshore Structures, Wageningen Netherlands, March 13-17, 2017 Hydrodynamics in Ship Design, Wageningen Netherlands, March 20-24, 2017 Hydrodynamics in Ship Design, Shanghai China, March 29-31, 2017