SSSRI-MARIN诚挚邀请您莅临参观我司海事展展位

  2019年12月3日至6日,MARIN将携手SSSRI参展亚洲最大的2019年中国国际海事技术学会会议和展览会,我们在荷兰展区N1C6A-15展台,期待您的莅临! Visit us in the ‘Maritime by Holland’ Pavilion at the MARINTEC China 2019 Conference & Exhibition. MARIN will again be exhibiting together with SSSRI to discuss and show the latest developments in hydrodynamics. Join us in the Holland Pavillion. Visit stand number N1C6A-15.

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FREE BASIN TIME FOR MKB CONCEPT TESTING IN 2020

For some years, MARIN has provided maritime SMEs with free basin time for testing their innovative ideas. Following the success of previous years, a new (seventh) round will follow in 2020. The offer is intended for SMEs who want to explore a new maritime concept: to see if it works, to improve it or to […]

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HUMAN FACTORS DEMO DAY, NOVEMBER 21

On November 21st, 2019, the members of the i3B Special Interest Group Human Factors (SIG HF) organise a Demo Day. During this event we will demonstrate existing HF-monitoring techniques and the discuss HF-monitoring challenges we would like to tackle in collaboration with you. The Human Factors Demo Day is organised to demonstrate: the importance of […]

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UNMANNED ON BOARD

New launch & recovery system tested   Read the article in Alle Hens about the first trials at sea with a new launch & recovery system. From 2010 Erik Takken (DMO) is working with MARIN on devising this system for the future small vessels. Under the name JIP LAURA Launch & Recovery, the Ministry of […]

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TWO NEW PAPERS ON (CONTROL) DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE MAUV

Both papers were presented at the IFAC-CAMS 2019, Deajeon, Korea MARIN has designed and built a modular autonomous underwater vehicle (mAUV). The vehicle serves as a platform for research projects on autonomous vehicles, which are carried out in our model basins. The modular design enables future extensions with additional sensors and actuators. The design of […]

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FIRST FULL SCALE TRIALS WITH UNMANNED RHIB WITHIN LAURA JIP

JIP LAURA  performed for the first time full scale trials with an unmanned RHIB. The tests were done near Den Helder, the Netherlands, using a 66m mothership and a modified RHIB from the Dutch Defence. Several concepts were successfully tested. These included the cradle concept, the FCD (Floating Capture Device) and a planar, for retrieving […]

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SHIP OF THE FUTURE NOW AT THE MARITIME MUSEUM ROTTERDAM

A container ship with the shape of a sailfish, with nets to catch containers. During the test of our 10000th model we asked children to design their ship of the future.  See here the result! Now also on diplay in the Maritime Museum Rotterdam. Want to know more about the contest and the model? Read the earlier […]

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NEW MAYOR OF YOUR NORTH SEA APPOINTED ON WORLD PORT DAYS ROTTERDAM

Led by HRH Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme, the assessment committee has installed Marcelien Bos – De Koning. On Friday 6 September, during a festive gathering on sustainability platform SummerLabb during World Port Days in Rotterdam, the new Mayor of Jouw Noordzee was announced. The choice fell on former Olympic sailor Marcelien Bos – […]

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LNG PITCH 4: CREATING A NEW LIQUEFIED GAS TANK FOR THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY

The EU-funded LNG PITCH4 project is developing and testing a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) tank for seagoing vessels, to help the shipping industry reduce dependence on heavy fuel oil and reduce pollution. Although LNG is generally regarded as a clean-burning fuel that produces relatively low carbon dioxide emissions, it contains harmful methane gas. Thus, […]

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第三届SSSRI-MARIN研讨会圆满落幕|会议材料发布

由上海船研迈瑞海事技术有限责任公司主办的第三届SSSRI-MARIN研讨会于2019年9月5日,在上海中油阳光大酒店正式启动。来自业内近百位专家学者齐聚一堂,受邀的12位演讲嘉宾围绕智能船舶与绿色推进两个主题发表了精彩的演讲,并积极同与会者就感兴趣的话题进行了讨论。本次会议力图构建一个平台,促进高校、科研机构、船级社、船厂、制造商、供应商等业内单位之间的交流,分享新发展与新经验。 会议由International Windship Association (IWSA)秘书长Gavin Allwright主持,同时我们也有幸邀请到了中远海运集团科信部科技与船舶技术处经理赵科作为会议主讲人。 会议材料下载: Rob Grin – Application of big data in cruise vessel design Fu Zongzheng – Digital Ships – Autonomy and Remote Access Wen Yiyan – Ship in Service Energy Efficiency Management and Data Application Liu Jialun – Applications of the Navigation Brain System to Smart Ships Gavin Allwright – […]

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MARITIME THE NETHERLANDS: NO MAN OVERBOARD

Read the article in Maritime Netherlands about the development of an autonomous sailing RHIB by MARIN. The first two tests in the port of Rotterdam were positive. But every step forward raises many new questions. “We want to understand what an autonomous ship needs,” says Egbert Ypma, team leader Autonomy & Decision Support. It is […]

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ALTERNATIVE FUELS AND POWER SYSTEMS FOR SUPPORT VESSELS

Moritz Krijgsman (MARIN) and dr ir R.D. Geertsema RNLN (Netherlands Defence Academy/Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands) presented a paper on the Alternative fuels and power systems for support vessels  at the MECSS, the Marine Electrical and Control Systems Safety Conference which took place in London July 2-3, 2019. ABSTRACT This study presents a novel approach to compare […]

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TU DELFT SOLAR BOAT TEAM WINS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP IN MONACO

TU Delft’s Solar Boat Team became world champion in the Solar & Energy Boat Challenge in Monaco, July 2-6. The 28 students participated in The Offshore Challenge, the unofficial world championship for solar boats on the high seas. The TU Delft Solar Boat Team 2019 consists of 28 students who try to make maritime shipping […]

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FIRST TESTS WITH MODULAR AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLE

MARIN just tested the newly built mAUV (modular Autonomous Underwater Vehicle). The underwater video below shows a short demonstration of the full 6 degrees of freedom vehicle control of this new mAUV in the Seakeeping and Manoeuvring Basin. The images are a little shaky, thanks to the hand-held camera. The vehicle is shown in calm […]

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SSSRI-MARIN seminar 2019

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50TH ANNIVERSARY OF CRS (COOPERATIVE RESEARCH SHIPS)

A unique community of 23 maritime organisations working together in real Public-Private Partnership Public-Private Partnership (PPS) is popular nowadays. But it often means a lot of talking, paperwork and complex governance. CRS is different. For 50 years now, 20-25 maritime organisations perform research in the maritime field together for a yearly budget of around € […]

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MARIN REPORT MAGAZINE – CRS SPECIAL

50 years of commitment, relevance & sharing It has no office. It has no personnel. It has no director. But it exists and it has flourished for 50 years: The Cooperative Research Ships (CRS). This special CRS magazine presents its simple secret: cooperation by committed people. Public-Private Partnership (PPS) is popular nowadays. But it often […]

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WIND-ASSISTED SHIP PROPULSION PROJECT KICKED OFF

The WISP JIP was officially kicked off in Paris on May 28. The objective of this JIP is to overcome barriers to the uptake of wind-assisted propulsion, and specifically to: Improve methods for transparent performance prediction Use the improved methods to provide ship owners/operators with fast low-cost predictions for their fleet Review the regulatory perspective […]

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EUROPEAN COMMISSION SIGNS GRANT AGREEMENT: OFFICIAL START OF FLARE

With the signature of INEA (Innovation & Networks Executive Agency of the European Commission) on the Grant Agreement of FLARE, the project officially started on June, 1 2019. FLARE is a multiannual research and innovation program for the maritime sector. The results of FLARE will increase safety for passengers ships by developing a risk-based methodology […]

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SMART MARITIME TECHNOLOGY, JUNE 13, ROTTERDAM

DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN THE MARITIME SECTOR Which technology will cause revolutions in the maritime sector in the coming years? On Thursday 13 June (11 am – 6 pm), Maritime Netherlands is organizing the Smart Maritime Technology congress, a network day with an overview of pioneering technologies in the maritime sector. Challenges for autonomous decision processes and control  […]

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GREEN MARITIME METHANOL TAKES OFF WITH A SHORT LIST OF NINE SHIPS

The Green Maritime Methanol consortium has selected nine ships for research on the application of renewable methanol as a marine fuel. The selection took place in close co-operation with the consortium partners. Both new designs, new buildings as well as existing ships of Boskalis, Van Oord, Royal Netherlands Navy and Wagenborg Shipping were selected. The […]

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CRS: 50 YEARS OF COMMITMENT, RELEVANCE & SHARING

For 50 years now, maritime organisations perform research in the maritime field together, investigating topics that are of common interest to its members. CRS brings together shipyards, ship owners, navies, equipment suppliers, classification societies and research organisations. Over the years, CRS has become a unique community, in which sharing and cooperation are normal. It has […]

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VESSEL OPERATOR FORUM

The next Vessel Operator Forum is planned for May 22 and 23, 2019 and will be hosted by MARIN in Wageningen. The Vessel Operators Forum (VOF) is a platform for ship owners, operators, designers, yards, suppliers, R&D-institutes  and regulatory agencies and class societies to exchange experience on operational aspects of ships and to discuss the common […]

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GROW AND THE MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS AND CLIMATE POLICY SIGN COLLABORATION AGREEMENT TO STRENGTHEN INNOVATION IN OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY

Offshore wind energy is a key technology in the transition of our energy system towards sustainability. This is demonstrated by its dominant position in several energy agreements and reports on the energy transition.  Also the draft Climate Agreement is heading in that direction. GROW, the consortium of leading Dutch offshore wind industry and research partners, […]

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NAVAIS EU-PROJECT STATUS AND PLANS

The EU-project NAVAIS concerns platform-based modular design of ships. This approach allows the transfer from engineer-to-order to assemble-to-order. The aim is to increase competitiveness of the European shipbuilding industry, especially regarding complex and highly specialised vessels. There is a strong focus on minimizing the environmental impact of these vessels. This not only concerns emissions from […]

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THE WAGENINGEN C- AND D-PROPELLER SERIES

Two standard series of controllable-pitch propellers (CPPs) have been developed in the frame work of a Joint Industry Project (JIP), which represent the best achievable designs of open and ducted CP propellers at present. Complete two-quadrant open water characteristics of the series are made available at all pitch settings from full ahead to full astern. […]

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NEW JIP ON WIND LOADS AND SECURING SHIPS

Container ships, cruise vessels and LNG carriers feature increasingly large windage and have to navigate into ports through waterways and locks, and finally berth safely at terminals which are sometimes exposed to severe wind. Recent incidents indicate that limiting wind conditions are reached earlier than in the past. New technologies will be deployed to increase […]

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First autonomous manoeuvring vessel trials held on North Sea

The trials are part of the Joint Industry Project Autonomous Shipping, a two-year research & innovation project started in 2017 and focused on autonomous operations of seagoing vessels. “We are proud that our consortium of 17 partners established the first ever autonomous operations with seagoing vessels held at the North Sea”, comments Marnix Krikke, innovation […]

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42nd FPSO JIP Week, April 8-12, Singapore

In the FPSO Research Forum, oil companies, operators, contractors, yards, research institutes and safety authorities share their experience in FPSO’s. Subjects covering the complete lifecycle form concept developments to operation are presented in the Forum and new ideas and development plans are discussed.  The 42nd edition of the FPSO JIP Week & Forum is scheduled […]

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MARIN at Maritime Industry, May 7-9, Gorinchem

There is also a chance to meet us at the Maritime Industry event held in Gorinchem, the Netherlands. Visit us at Stand E134 to discuss the broad range of services we offer to the inland shipping industry. For more information see the Maritime Industry website.

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MARIN at OTC, May 6-9, Houston

Meet us again at the OTC Dutch Pavilion at Stand 1525-5, and find out all about our offshore services. You are welcome to join us for a drink on Tuesday, May 7 at 16.00 hrs.  Or meet us during the technical sessions where we will be presenting the following papers: OTC2019-29560 – Integrity Management of Mooring […]

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Sustainable maritime innovation at BlueWeek, May 27-29, Paris

BlueWeek is the first platform focusing exclusively on sustainable maritime innovation and providing a link between industry, authorities and research institutes and universities. May 27-29, ENGIE will host the 2019 edition in its headquarters in La Defense, Paris. During BlueWeek you can visit seminars, pitch new initiatives or join through Joint Industry Projects. The BlueWeek event […]

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新JoRes企业联合研究项目 New JoRes Joint Research Project

The main objective of the proposing Joint Research project (JoRes JRP) is to join the industry efforts and gather the full set of the ship performance data (model test results, Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) calculations and ship scale measurements) and increase knowledge on the important propeller/hull interaction effects to better understand the ship efficiency potential. […]

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MCD软件 The MCD software

The Wageningen C- and D-propeller Series Two standard series of controllable-pitch propellers (CPPs) have been developed in the frame work of a Joint Industry Project (JIP), which represent the best achievable designs of open and ducted CP propellers at present. Complete two-quadrant open water characteristics of the series are made available at all pitch settings from full […]

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猪年大吉!Happy New Year of the Pig!

值此新春佳节来临之际,SSSRI-MARIN全体员工在此恭祝大家猪年大吉,身体健康,万事如意!春节期间,我司放假时间为2月3日至10日,MARIN照常营业。 All personnel of SSSRI-MARIN Joint Venture would like to wish you a happy Spring Festival. The SSSRI-MARIN office will be closed from February 3 to 10. During this period the MARIN office is still open.

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MARIN at Intermodal South America, São Paulo, March 19-21

MARIN will again be present at the Intermodal South America exhibition in São Paulo, together with our Brazilian partner Oceânica. Meet us in stand 13-64 to discuss the latest developments within shipping & trade. See www.intermodal.com.br for more information or contact Jos van Doorn.

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欢迎订阅MARIN Report杂志125 Read MARIN Report magazine 125 or subscribe

On November 9 we celebrated a major milestone: MARIN model number 10,000 was tested! It is a symbolic number, because actually we have tested many more models. But still it was an important moment to look back and consider the many iconic ships and structures that have been tested in our facilities, such as the […]

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NAVAIS – 未来之路 NAVAIS – Setting the course

The NAVAIS project, which started on 1 June 2018, discussed its first major developments during a meeting of the consortium from 19 to 21 November 2018 in Vélizy, France. The market developments in the area of passenger/road ferries, up to 400 passengers and 120 cars, as well as for multi-use workboats, were discussed by the […]

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Marine Energy Alliance – First call for applications is now open

The Marine Energy Alliance (MEA) is a 4 year European Territorial Cooperation project running from May 2018 to May 2022. The project has a total budget of €6 million and is finacially supported by Interreg North West Europe, who provides €3.6 million of ERDF funding. The aim of MEA is to progress the technical and […]

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Happy holidays & an inspiring 2019!

Play the MARIN e-card to look back with us at 2018. We hope to meet you again in 2019 for another inspiring year! During the holidays MARIN offices will be closed from December 24 until January 1, 2019. JV office will be closed from December 30 until January 1, 2019.  

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2019海工流体力学&船舶设计课程 Offshore hydrodynamics & Ship design courses 2019

Are you an engineer and want to specialise in hydrodynamics of floating offshore structures? Or naval architect looking for ways to expand your knowledge on hydrodynamics in ship design? Then join this year’s courses at MARIN in Wageningen, the Netherlands. During these hands-on training courses we share with you our expertise and experience developed within […]

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New Zero Emission Lab for the research and testing of future marine propulsion and power systems

For the past hundred years, fossil fuels have boosted our economy tremendously. The adverse effects of this, such as climate change due to CO2 emissions, are forcing us to look for cleaner alternatives, such as hybrid concepts with hydrogen as fuel, electrically propelled engines and wind assisted propulsion. Although the components for an emission-free propulsion […]

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MaRINET2 – 为海上可再生能源开发者提供支持 MaRINET2 – Providing support for offshore renewable energy developers

MaRINET2, the Marine Renewables Infrastructure Network, is composed of 39 organisations who collaborate to progress offshore renewable energy technologies in Europe. It aims to accelerate the development of wave, tidal and offshore wind energy technologies and infrastructure by opening up access to 57 test facilities across 13 European countries. The project is supported by the […]

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NAVAIS启动大会 NAVAIS project kick-off & first general assembly

On 20th June, the first General assembly of the NAVAIS project was organised in Rotterdam with attendance from all 16 partners participating in the project. During the General Assembly meeting the consortium partners discussed the technical outline of the modular design and construction concept, which the NAVAIS project is about to develop. Several presentation were […]

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DOLPHIN模拟器荣获DNV-GL认证 DNV-GL certification for DOLPHIN simulator software

On November 12, Det Norske Veritas GL (Norway) issued a statement of compliance for the MARIN DOLPHIN simulator software. The MARIN DOLPHIN software has been certified as a Bridge Operation Simulator Class A as per the latest edition of Standard for Certification of Maritime Simulators No. DNVGL-ST-033 April 2018. The new Statement of Compliance certificate […]

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第25届HISWA国际研讨会将于11月12日至13日举行 25th HISWA International Symposium, November 12 & 13

The 25th HISWA International Symposium on Yacht Design and Yacht Construction will take place on November 12 & 13 in parallel with the METS tradeshow. Theme of this jubilee edition will be ‘Back to the Future’. MARIN as one of the co-sponsors will present the ‘Prediction methods for wind propulsion in calm water and waves […]

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MARIN at SNAME, Providence, October 24-27

There is again a chance to meet MARIN at the SNAME World Maritime Technology Conference & Exhibition, in Providence. Come along at stand 400 to discuss the latest in maritime research. Contact Frans Quadvlieg to set a meeting or for more information.

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MARIN在切萨皮克湾地区开设美国第二办事处 MARIN opens 2nd USA office in Chesapeake Bay area

MARIN (Maritime Research Institute Netherlands) has a long relationship with Naval and Ship Design Activity in the United States of America. To strengthen the relation with our clients in this field, MARIN has decided to open an office in the Chesapeake Bay area in addition to its office in Houston (which has been serving the […]

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国庆节快乐! Happy National Day!

All personnel of SSSRI-MARIN Joint Venture would like to wish you a happy National Day. The SSSRI-MARIN office will be closed from October 1st to 7th. During this period the MARIN office is still open.

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Boskalis Aasta Hansteen水上作业模拟 Simulations for the Boskalis Aasta Hansteen float-over operation

Last December Boskalis successfully completed an impressive dual vessel float-over of the Aasta Hansteen topside, following extensive training at MARIN’s simulator facilities in Wageningen. Built in Korea, the topside was transported to Norway on the heavy lift vessel White Marlin and transferred to two semi-submersible, S-Class vessels at the Westcon Yards, creating a sort of […]

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建造世界最大邮轮所面临的挑战 The challenges of building the biggest cruise ship in the world

Report interviews Loic Morand, Head of STX Europe’s Hydrodynamic Department, about whether the industry can go on building even larger vessels and about how this pioneering shipbuilder is approaching the quest for a zero-emissions vessel. STX and MARIN worked very closely together on the Symphony of the Seas, a goliath that pushes all the shipbuilding […]

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船舶螺旋桨水下辐射噪声敞水循环试验 Round Robin test on the underwater radiated noise of a cavitating ship propeller in open water

Due to concerns about its effect on marine life, shipping noise is receiving increasing attention within the maritime industry. The primary noise source is known to be the cavitating propeller. In order to check compliance with class rules and upcoming environmental regulations, underwater radiated noise can be predicted during the design of a vessel using […]

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Horizon 2020 project Space@Sea well on its way

With 16 European partners MARIN is aiming to develop and demonstrate a concept for floating islands in the project Space@Sea. The main objective is to provide flexible and affordable deck space at sea for a large variety of applications. A floating solution was chosen because of the low environmental impact and the high level of […]

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短波和长波中浮标性能试验研究 Wave buoy performance in short and long waves, evaluated using tests on a hexapod

Offshore wave conditions can be measured using wave buoys, which are generally designed for wind waves. Longer waves (swell or bound second-order waves) are very relevant for certain maritime structures. The accuracy of the instrumentation in a typical wave buoy in long and short waves was therefore studied, and it was investigated if the buoy […]

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诚邀您参加SMM 2018 —— Follow the Wind at SMM 2018

Press release IWSA – Follow the wind at SMM 2018 The shipping industry is now set on a serious decarbonisation course and the search is on for credible, viable and cost-effective solutions to meet the IMO’s initial strategy challenge to peak GHG emissions from international shipping as soon as possible and to reduce the total […]

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通过船型优化、优势和缺陷提高内河船性能 Improving performance of inland ships with hull optimizations, benefits and pitfalls

AInland waterway transport provides an environmentally friendly alternative for the transport of goods in those areas where an inland waterway infrastructure is present. Western Europe has such a network, with the river Rhine as an important backbone. MARIN is involved in different projects to improve inland ship design and/or inland ship performance in specific situations […]

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荷兰海事协会研发燃料电池电能系统 Dutch Maritime Consortium develops Fuel-Cell Electric energy system

In full speed towards zero-emission shipping; a Dutch FELMAR-consortium – consisting of Nedstack, MARIN, Damen Shipyards Group, Future Proof Shipping, Marine Service Noord and Holland Ship Electric – has been awarded a grant for the development of a new generation of fuel cell electric energy system for zero-emission ships. Maritime industries are continuously in search […]

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10月11日将在瓦格宁根举办软件研讨会 Software Seminar, October 11, Wageningen

We are pleased to invite you to the 9th MARIN Software Seminar, after a period of 4 years in Wageningen again on Thursday, October 11, 2018. This seminar brings together developers and users to share experiences and define future requirements. If you use/have used MARIN’s software or are considering using it, we would like to […]

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世界第一艘深水FLNG模型试验 Model tests for the worlds first deep-water FLNG

MARIN carried out a model test campaign on a FLNG that is expected to be the first deep-water FLNG in the world. The FLNG will be a permanently turret moored unit. MARIN assisted the client with the design of the FLNGby executing an extensive model test campaign, which comprised four phases. The first three phases […]

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SPOWTT——提高海上风机人员运输安全与效率 SPOWTT to improve safety & productivity of offshore wind farm transits

A consortium of European offshore wind and maritime industry players has initiated the project ‘improving Safety and Productivity of Offshore Wind Technician Transit’ (SPOWTT), which aims to widen the workable weather window for Crew Transfer Vessels (CTV) and to improve the productivity of technicians performing service activities on offshore wind turbines. Read the complete article […]

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欧盟委员会签署协议:正式启动NAVAS计划 European Commission signs Grant agreement: official start of NAVAIS

NAVAIS is a multiannual research- and innovation program for the shipbuilding industry. With the signature of INEA (Innovation & Networks Executive Agency of the European Commission) on the Grant Agreement of NAVAIS, the project officially started on June 1, 2018. The results of NAVAIS will increase efficiency in design and flexibility in production networks. In […]

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改进Delft Twistll水翼船片状空泡模拟 Improved modelling of sheet cavitation dynamics on Delft Twistll Hydrofoil

In this paper, unsteady viscous-flow cavitation predictions for a 3D hydrofoil are performed using three different approaches: a pure RANS method, a RANS method including an eddy-viscosity “Reboud” correction, and a DDES Scale-Resolving-Simulation approach. Both wetted and cavitating flow conditions are analysed and compared with experimental data. The accuracy of these approaches is scrutinised in […]

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网格设置对水翼空泡预报的影响 Influence of grid setup on the prediction of hydrofoil cavitation

The prediction of cavitation is of large interest for the design of ship propellers. Cavitation influences the propeller efficiency and causes undesired phenomena such as noise, vibrations and erosion. While potential flow solvers are routinely used for propeller design, viscous CFD calculations are used when a higher fidelity is needed. Within a finite volume framework, […]

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风辅&风动力船舶推进企业联合项目 Joint industry projects on Wind Assisted & Wind Operational Ship Propulsion

MARIN is always keen to anticipate and help in transitions in shipping. An increase in sustainability and a reduction in CO2 emissions is a transition that we believe is about to start. One potential solution is Wind Assisted Ship Propulsion and this has led to two new JIPs. WiSP Within Wind Assisted Ship Propulsion (WiSP) […]

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海工维护企业联合项目 Joint industry projects on Offshore Maintenance

Joint Industry Projects Offshore Maintenance I & II focus on the operability of wind park maintenance vessels. The objective of the Offshore Maintenance (OM) JIP Part I is to select the most suitable maintenance strategy and vessel for a wind park for any time of the year. Part II focuses on the short-term, access strategy […]

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KOMtech:科研与创新如何成为处理航运业周期的关键因素 KOMtech: How research and innovation is key to tackling the cycles of the maritime industry

Report interviewed Aziz Merchant, Executive Director of Keppel Offshore & Marine Technology Centre (KOMtech), about the most significant changes in the floating production industry, their innovations and the joint work with MARIN. Read the complete article or subscribe to receive your own personal copy of MARIN Report magazine. Download the MARIN Report App combining the […]

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瓦格宁根F系列螺旋桨:新企业联合项目 Wageningen F-series Propellers: new joint project

MARIN started a Joint Industry Project (JIP) to develop a new fixed-pitch propeller series: The Wageningen F-series. In a Joint Industry Project (JIP) a standard series of fixed-pitch propellers will be developed which encompasses design features of contemporary propellers. The new series will be designed for best achievable efficiency, while simultaneously taking into account requirements […]

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MARIN成功举办2018年度船舶水动力设计互动课程 2018 Interactive Course on “Hydrodynamics in Ship Design” was a great success

2018年5月15日至17日,MARIN于上海举办2018年度船舶水动力设计互动课程培训,7名MARIN的资深专家为大家授课,来自行业内船厂、研究所及船级社的员工参加了此次培训,培训课程包括阻力与推进、CFD计算、耐波性、操纵性和水动力与结构分析等。如果您对MARIN的其他课程有兴趣,请访问http://www.marin.nl/Courses。 Again, MARIN has successfully  held another interactive course on “Hydrodynamics in Ship Design” in Shanghai. The course was followed by experts from shipyard, institute and Classification society. Topics such as resistance and propulsion, Computational fluid dynamics, seakeeping, manoeuvring and hydro-structural were covered during the course. More information on MARIN courses can be found on […]

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SSSRI-MARIN第二届研讨会演讲嘉宾简介 Brief biography of speakers in the Second SSSRI-MARIN Seminar

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实船设计中的波浪阻力最小化 Wave resistance minimisation in practical ship design

A practical and efficient system is described for ship hull form optimisation and its application for minimising wave resistance. Parametric hull form deformations are defined in a CAD system, specific for the case considered and related with flow aspects to be addressed. Surrogate-based global optimisation is applied for multi-objective problems, such as optimisation for a […]

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速度试验中浅水效应的新修正方法 New correction procedure for shallow-water effects in ship speed trials

To correct ship speed trials for limited shallow-water effects, Lackenby’s method is currently recommended by the ITTC. This method appears to be based on very few and inadequate data. To replace it, a new procedure is proposed. It corrects separately for the effects of shallow water on the different components of ship resistance. These have […]

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创新风力发电场 Innovative breeze powering floating wind farms

Offshore wind farms are undoubtedly one of the big engineering challenges of the 21st century. It combines the design, installation, operation and maintenance of some of the largest manmade structures and this has to be done within extremely tight cost constraints. The first floating offshore wind farms will soon start production shortly followed by many […]

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加拿大海域船舶溢油风险评估溢油模型频率 Frequency of spill model for area risk assessment of ship-source oil spills in Canadian waters

The purpose of this paper is to describe the SAMSON model that was used within Area Risk Assessment methodology, developed for Transport Canada, to determine the Frequency of Spill for four pilot areas in Canadian waters. The SAMSON model used AIS information model marine traffic and included various environmental data (currents and wind), preventative measures […]

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海洋工程模块预处理器设计 On The design of block preconditioners for maritime engineering

The iterative error can be an important part of the total numerical error of any Computational Fluid Dynamics simulation when the iterative convergence stagnates or when loose convergence criteria are used. In the quest for better iterative convergence of CFD simulations, we consider the design of iterative methods for the Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes equations, discretized by […]

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船舶阻力预报:非结构网格的验证与确认 Ship resistance prediction: verification and validation exercise on unstructured grids

The prediction of the resistance of a ship is, together with the propeller performance prediction, part of the key aspects during the design process of a ship, as it partly ensures the quality of the power-prediction. Body fitted structured grids for ship simulations can be rather challenging and time consuming to build, especially when dealing […]

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螺旋桨设计新进展 Putting a new spin on propeller design

With regard to propeller design MARIN focuses on the best possible compromise between the propulsive efficiency and cavitation nuisance, and how further improvements can be made.Currently, we are redesigning our propeller design process. For example, we used to set the diameter applying best-practice guidelines for propeller-hull clearance. Now we specify the maximum force allowed on […]

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2018年5月18日将于上海举办SSSRI-MARIN研讨会 SSSRI-MARIN seminar, May 18, 2018, Shanghai

Join the SSSRI-MARIN Seminar in Shanghai on May 18 where experts from SSSRI, MARIN and the industry will discuss the latest developments and design strategies.The seminar will put a spotlight on several topics: smart ships, ESD design, design for service and optimisation by means of CFD and EFD. During the adjacent days (15-17 May) the […]

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NACA0015水翼船空泡数值分析:结果验证 Numerical study of cavitation on a NACA0015 hydrofoil: solution verification

The present paper analyses a series of Computational Fluid Dynamic simulations of the cavitating flow around a two-dimensional NACA0015 foil. The foil is placed at 6° angle of attack and the cavitation number is 1.1. Two mesh designs, namely a block-structured topology and an unstructured topology, are compared; additionally, grid refinements and time step refinements […]

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DP定位过程中推进器-波浪的相互作用 Thruster-wave interaction during DP stationkeeping

Wave orbital motions may cause variations in the inflow conditions of thrusters, resulting in variations in thrust and torque. Physical scale model tests were carried out to investigate these thruster-wave interaction effects, with an azimuthing thruster running at constant RPMs. The observed effects include a change in mean thrust and torque values, as well as […]

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Introducing the new Seven Oceans Simulator Centre

The tugmaster looks outside the window. A huge aircraft carrier sails in front of him. The pilot on board asks him to pull astern, to slow down the vessel in this narrow channel. He is excited – it is the first time they have brought this huge vessel into port. But it feels familiar. He […]

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ReFRESCO成功耦合到ParaView Catalyst进行原位分析 ReFRESCO successfully coupled to ParaView Catalyst for in-situ analysis

ReFRESCO is a community based open-source CFD code for the maritime world. It solves multi-phase (unsteady) incompressible viscous flows using the Navier-Stokes equations, complemented with turbulence models, cavitation models and volume fraction transport equations for different phases. The code is developed by MARIN together with several other non-profit organizations around the world. ReFRESCO runs on […]

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嵌入船载软件的办公工具aNySIM Office tool aNySIM integrated into real-time onboard software

Following the successful implementation of fatigue design tools for onboard Advisory Hull Monitoring Systems (AHMS), mooring simulation software aNySIM is being integrated into an onboard fatigue tool for the integrity management of mooring lines. AHMS advises on the hull integrity of FPSOs and helps the owner to understand the real age of the vessel by […]

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Sustainable maritime innovation at BlueWeek Rotterdam, May 28-30

BlueWeek is the first platform focusing exclusively on sustainable maritime innovation and providing a link between industry, authorities and research institutes and universities. May 28-30, STC group will host and chair the event at their premises at the heart of Rotterdam harbour.During BlueWeek you can visit seminars, pitch new initiatives or join through Joint Industry […]

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快速排水型船在浅水超临界速度时的势流方法应用 Application of potential flow methods to fast displacement ships at transcritical speeds in shallow water

This paper describes computer codes implementing three different numerical methods for the prediction of ship squat at transcritical speeds in shallow open-water are tested. SlenderFlow is a potential flow code specifically for ships in very shallow water, based on partially dispersive slender body theory. Flotilla is a potential flow code based on fully dispersive thin-ship […]

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SSSRI-MARIN恭祝大家狗年吉祥如意!Happy Spring Festival!

值此新春佳节,SSSRI-MARIN所有员工在此恭祝大家狗年吉祥,阖家欢乐!春节期间,我司放假时间为2月14日至21日,MARIN将照常上班。 All personnel of SSSRI-MARIN Joint Venture would like to wish you a happy Spring Festival. The SSSRI-MARIN office will be closed from February 14 to 21. During this period the MARIN office is still open.

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MARIN为自动航行做出了实际贡献 MARIN makes practical contribution to Autonomous Sailing

A great deal of debate and speculation surrounds autonomous sailing. And while MARIN does not pretend to know all the answers, we are taking practical steps to assist in its development.The introduction of further autonomy in shipping firstly aims to facilitate much higher safety standards, but at the same time, a reduction in manning. MARIN […]

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MaRINET2 – 为海上可再生能源开发商提供支持 Providing support for offshore renewable energy developers

The EU-funded MaRINET2 project has launched its second call for applications. Successful applicants will receive free access to a world-leading network of testing and research infrastructures. The call is open to offshore energy technology developers, including wind, wave and tidal energy at system and component level. It is open until 28 February 2018.MaRINET2 is a […]

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月池中水流运动的试验测定 Experimental determination of water motions inside a moonpool

This paper reports on the model tests of a drillship with a rectangular moonpool opening conducted in regular and irregular waves from the bow and bow-quarter. Most tests were conducted at zero speed, the rest was performed with the model towed to a speed of 10 kn. From the video-recordings and transfer functions of the […]

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MARIN船舶水动力设计课程安排

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MARINinside – your interface with MARIN hydrodynamics

A few years ago, MARIN was asked to take care of the hydrodynamic model of a challenging, autonomous underwater vehicle, as part of a larger simulation system, to assist with operator proficiency training for Launch & Recovery operations. This was the birth of the XMF Runtime Interface (XRI): an interface around MARIN’s core, time domain […]

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Offshore hydrodynamics & Ship design courses – join now 海工水动力学&船舶设计课程-加入我们

Are you an engineer wanting to specialise in the hydrodynamics of floating offshore structures, or a naval architect looking for ways to expand your knowledge of hydrodynamics in ship design? Then join MARIN’s courses in Wageningen or Shanghai. Hydrodynamics of Floating Offshore StructuresWageningen, Netherlands, March 12-16, 2018Hydrodynamics in Ship Design Wageningen, Netherlands, March 19-23, 2018Hydrodynamics […]

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FPSO Research Forum: exchange experiences and discuss future developments

Last October the FPSO community came together again. This time in historic downtown Galveston to discuss the future of monitoring, operations and integrity management. More than 100 epresentatives from oil operators, design companies and class societies gathered to discuss their experiences with FPSOs after delivery.MARIN kicked off the event with a presentation on the need […]

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SSSRI-MARIN祝您元旦快乐!

SSSRI-MARIN祝您元旦快乐! 节假日期间(2017年12月25日至2018年1月5日)MARIN办事处将关闭,SSSRI-MARIN上海办事处照常工作。  

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计算流体力学的强扩展性

Since 2004, supercomputer growth has been constrained by energy efficiency rather than raw hardware speeds. To maintain exponential growth of overall computing power, a massive growth in parallelization is under way. To keep up with these changes, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) must improve its strong scalability—its ability to handle lower cells-per-core ratios and achieve finer-grain […]

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GROW合作伙伴为海上风电行业共同创新

GROW: Growth through Research, development & demonstration in Offshore Wind GROW is a consortium of around 20 leading and committed partners focussing on knowledge exchange and intense cooperation within the offshore wind sector. They work together to reduce the costs of offshore wind and to increase the value in the energy system and ecosystem. GROW was […]

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SSSRI-MARIN诚挚邀请您莅临参观我司海事展展位

2017年12月5日至8日,欢迎大家莅临中国海事展荷兰展区N1F51-14展台,MARIN将在此与SSSRI一同为各位展示水动力学的最新研究成果。 MARINTEC China 2017 SSSRI-MARIN Joint Venture

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中远海运集团副总经理王宇航会见荷兰海事研究所总裁Buchner先生一行

2017年11月13日下午,中远海运集团副总经理王宇航在集团大楼会见了来访的荷兰海事研究所总裁Buchner先生一行。双方围绕船舶航行仿真模拟、船舶新能源以及未来海工市场行情等问题进行了深入交流。 中远海运集团科信部、上海船研所相关负责人陪同参加了会见。

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合作科考船将于11月27日至12月1日在瓦根宁再次与大家见面

From November 27 until December 1 the CRS (Cooperative Research Ships) will meet again in Wageningen. The Winter Working Group meetings will take place November 27-29, the Annual General Meeting is organised on November 30 and December 1.During the CRS Annual General Meeting the work program carried out in 2017 is discussed and the final […]

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有限长度测量信号方差的随即不确定性

When considering stationary measurements, the finite length of any practical measurement imposes a random uncertainty component to statistical quantities being researched. In other words, repeating the same experiment will result in a slightly different answer. This happens for example when the limiting factor is facility length (e.g. performing resistance measurements in a towing tank) or […]

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沃尔沃环球帆船赛上荷兰结合科学研究和高水平运动取得优异成绩

A consortium of companies, governments and knowledge institutions known as Deltares and MARIN are working with team AkzoNobel to try to improve the team’s performance in wind and waves during the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-2018. An example of how Dutch research and top sports can work together, the project links the challenging Volvo Ocean Race […]

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位于休斯顿的全功能模拟器是连接工程与运营操作的桥梁

Since 2013 MARIN USA has its own simulator available at the location in Houston as a bridge between engineering and operations. The simulator allows direct interaction between engineers and operational personnel and opens new possibilities for more operational input in the design. Providing clients with: Interaction between engineers and mariners for optimized designs Assistance in […]

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欢迎各位12月5日至8日莅临中国海事展SSSRI-MARIN展位

Visit us in the ‘Maritime by Holland’ Pavilion of HME at the Marintec China 2017 Conference & Exhibition. MARIN will again be exhibiting together with SSSRI China to discuss and show the latest developments in hydrodynamics. Join us in the Holland Pavillion. Visit stand number N1F51-14. Marintec China 2017 MARIN/SSSRI Joint Venture

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船用空泡螺旋桨水下辐射噪声循环试验

Due to concerns about its effect on marine life, shipping noise is receiving increasing attention within the maritime industry. The primary noise source is known to be the cavitating propeller. In order to check compliance with class rules and upcoming environmental regulations, underwater radiated noise can be predicted during the design of a vessel using […]

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新加坡首届“海事安全前景”研讨会

MARIN and Singapore Polytechnics organised their first joint seminar on the ‘Future of Maritime Safety’ on October 6th. The presentations in the morning session had a more people-centric view; the presentations in the afternoon were more technology focused. Key areas identified during the workshop which are relevant for future maritime safety were Training, Human error […]

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欢迎各位11月7日至10日莅临欧洲港口鹿特丹展会MARIN展台

MARIN cannot be missed at Europort, the international exhibition for maritime technology in Rotterdam. Some 1,100 exhibiting companies will present their latest innovations. MARIN welcome you to stand 8217 / Hall 8 in the Holland Pavilion of Netherlands Maritime Technology.

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船模尾迹空化核探索性研究

Measuring the size and concentration of micro-scale bubbles has long been recognized as important, since these nuclei directly influence cavitation inception. In this study, a nuclei measurement technique based on Interferometric Particle Imaging (IPI) is developed. The technique consists of a continuous wave laser, a high-speed camera and a data-processing algorithm. It was first applied […]

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船舶动力及推进方案会议

RINA as Europort Rotterdam Conference Partner is organising a conference on November 8 during the Europort Exhbition: Power & Propulsion Alternatives for Ships. The current use of alternative fuels and renewable energy sources within the shipping industry is still relatively low. Growing environmental legislation and concerns are driving the need to develop and apply innovative […]

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非定常流模拟中的迭代误差:真的可以忽略吗?

The numerical solution of a statistically steady flow problem is typically obtained in an iterative process. For a given mathematical model, including boundary conditions, the accuracy of the solution is governed by spatial resolution of the grid, spatial discretisation schemes and the convergence tolerance, which says when the solution is considered to have reached a […]

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欢迎各位10月24日至28日莅临休斯顿SNAME荷兰展台

There is again a chance to meet MARIN at the SNAME Maritime Convention & Exhibition, this year in Houston, October 24-28. Join MARIN at stand 301 to discuss the latest developments in maritime research. Contact Frans Quadvlieg to set a meeting or for more information.

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应用γ-Reθ转捩模型的模型桨性能预报

The goal of the present work is to improve the prediction of propeller performance at model-scale using a local correlation transition model. Results are presented for two marine propellers for which paint-tests have been conducted and experimental open-water data is available. The numerical results using the k-omega SST turbulence model and the gamma-Re_theta transition model […]

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船舶螺旋桨空泡CFD预报及验证

This paper analyses the effect of grid refinement on computational fluid dynamics simulations of cavitating propeller flow. Refinement is made both globally, using geometrically similar grids, and locally, by applying adaptive grid refinement. The test case is the E779A propeller operating in uniform inflow conditions in a cavitation tunnel. This allows more computationally efficient steady simulations […]

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欢迎各位莅临9月27日至30日摩纳哥游艇展MARIN展台

Come and meet MARIN again at the Monaco Yacht Show 2017. Visit us at stand Dars Sud QS68 to discuss the research we are carrying out for the yachting industry.

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时间变更通知:10月6日于新加波举办海事安全研讨会

We are pleased to invite you to the seminar ‘The Future of Maritime Safety’ which will be held on October 6, in the campus of Singapore Polytechnic (MI@ SP) at LT1A. Currently, maritime research has been hovering around the following main focal points: Data Analysis, Autonomous Systems, Smart/Innovative Infrastructure as well as Safety. These will […]

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Happy holidays & an inspiring 2018!

MARIN wishes you happy holidays and an inspiring 2018! Due to the holidays the MARIN office will be closed from December 25 to January 5. The SSSRI-MARIN office is open in this period.  

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On the strong scalability of maritime CFD

Since 2004, supercomputer growth has been constrained by energy efficiency rather than raw hardware speeds. To maintain exponential growth of overall computing power, a massive growth in parallelization is under way. To keep up with these changes, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) must improve its strong scalability—its ability to handle lower cells-per-core ratios and achieve finer-grain […]

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GROW partners innovate together in offshore wind industry

GROW: Growth through Research, development & demonstration in Offshore Wind GROW is a consortium of around 20 leading and committed partners focussing on knowledge exchange and intense cooperation within the offshore wind sector. They work together to reduce the costs of offshore wind and to increase the value in the energy system and ecosystem. GROW was […]

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SSSRI-MARIN at Marintec China, Shanghai, December 5-8

Visit us in the ‘Maritime by Holland’ Pavilion at the MARINTEC China 2017 Conference & Exhibition. MARIN will again be exhibiting together with SSSRI to discuss and show the latest developments in hydrodynamics. Join us in the Holland Pavillion. Visit stand number N1F51-14. MARINTEC China 2017 SSSRI-MARIN Joint Venture

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COSCO SHIPPING Executive Vice President Mr. Wang Yuhang met with MARIN President Dr. Bas Buchner

On the afternoon of November 13, 2017, Mr. Wang Yuhang, Executive Vice President of COSCO SHIPPING, met with Dr. Bas Buchner, President of MARIN. The two sides shared their views on simulations of the navigation of vessels, the renewable energy for ship usage and the prediction of offshore marine engineering market. General Managers of Technology […]

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CRS meets in Wageningen, November 27-December 1

From November 27 until December 1 the CRS (Cooperative Research Ships) will meet again in Wageningen. The Winter Working Group meetings will take place November 27-29, the Annual General Meeting is organised on November 30 and December 1.During the CRS Annual General Meeting the work program carried out in 2017 is discussed and the final […]

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Random uncertainty of variance of finite length measurement signals

When considering stationary measurements, the finite length of any practical measurement imposes a random uncertainty component to statistical quantities being researched. In other words, repeating the same experiment will result in a slightly different answer. This happens for example when the limiting factor is facility length (e.g. performing resistance measurements in a towing tank) or […]

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Dutch research and high-level sports come together during Volvo Ocean Race

A consortium of companies, governments and knowledge institutions known as Deltares and MARIN are working with team AkzoNobel to try to improve the team’s performance in wind and waves during the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-2018. An example of how Dutch research and top sports can work together, the project links the challenging Volvo Ocean Race […]

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Simulator facility in Houston as bridge between engineering and operations

Since 2013 MARIN USA has its own simulator available at the location in Houston as a bridge between engineering and operations. The simulator allows direct interaction between engineers and operational personnel and opens new possibilities for more operational input in the design. Providing clients with: Interaction between engineers and mariners for optimized designs Assistance in […]

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SSSRI-MARIN at Marintec China, Shanghai, December 5-8

Visit us in the ‘Maritime by Holland’ Pavilion of HME at the Marintec China 2017 Conference & Exhibition. MARIN will again be exhibiting together with SSSRI China to discuss and show the latest developments in hydrodynamics. Join us in the Holland Pavillion. Visit stand number N1F51-14. Marintec China 2017 MARIN/SSSRI Joint Venture

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Round Robin test on the underwater radiated noise of a cavitating ship propeller in open water

Due to concerns about its effect on marine life, shipping noise is receiving increasing attention within the maritime industry. The primary noise source is known to be the cavitating propeller. In order to check compliance with class rules and upcoming environmental regulations, underwater radiated noise can be predicted during the design of a vessel using […]

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First seminar on the ‘Future of Maritime Safety’ in Singapore

MARIN and Singapore Polytechnics organised their first joint seminar on the ‘Future of Maritime Safety’ on October 6th. The presentations in the morning session had a more people-centric view; the presentations in the afternoon were more technology focused. Key areas identified during the workshop which are relevant for future maritime safety were Training, Human error […]

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MARIN at Europort Rotterdam, November 7-10

MARIN cannot be missed at Europort, the international exhibition for maritime technology in Rotterdam. Some 1,100 exhibiting companies will present their latest innovations. MARIN welcome you to stand 8217 / Hall 8 in the Holland Pavilion of Netherlands Maritime Technology.

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Exploratory measurements of cavitation nuclei in the wake of a ship model

Measuring the size and concentration of micro-scale bubbles has long been recognized as important, since these nuclei directly influence cavitation inception. In this study, a nuclei measurement technique based on Interferometric Particle Imaging (IPI) is developed. The technique consists of a continuous wave laser, a high-speed camera and a data-processing algorithm. It was first applied […]

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Conference on Power & Propulsion Alternatives for Ships

RINA as Europort Rotterdam Conference Partner is organising a conference on November 8 during the Europort Exhbition: Power & Propulsion Alternatives for Ships. The current use of alternative fuels and renewable energy sources within the shipping industry is still relatively low. Growing environmental legislation and concerns are driving the need to develop and apply innovative […]

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Iterative errors in unsteady flow simulations: Are they really negligible?

The numerical solution of a statistically steady flow problem is typically obtained in an iterative process. For a given mathematical model, including boundary conditions, the accuracy of the solution is governed by spatial resolution of the grid, spatial discretisation schemes and the convergence tolerance, which says when the solution is considered to have reached a […]

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Meet MARIN at SNAME, Houston, October 24-28

There is again a chance to meet MARIN at the SNAME Maritime Convention & Exhibition, this year in Houston, October 24-28. Join MARIN at stand 301 to discuss the latest developments in maritime research. Contact Frans Quadvlieg to set a meeting or for more information.

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On the use of the γ-Reθ transition model for the prediction of the propeller performance at model-scale

The goal of the present work is to improve the prediction of propeller performance at model-scale using a local correlation transition model. Results are presented for two marine propellers for which paint-tests have been conducted and experimental open-water data is available. The numerical results using the k-omega SST turbulence model and the gamma-Re_theta transition model […]

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Computational fluid dynamics prediction of marine propeller cavitation including solution verification

This paper analyses the effect of grid refinement on computational fluid dynamics simulations of cavitating propeller flow. Refinement is made both globally, using geometrically similar grids, and locally, by applying adaptive grid refinement. The test case is the E779A propeller operating in uniform inflow conditions in a cavitation tunnel. This allows more computationally efficient steady simulations […]

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MARIN at Monaco Yacht Show, September 27-30

Come and meet MARIN again at the Monaco Yacht Show 2017. Visit us at stand Dars Sud QS68 to discuss the research we are carrying out for the yachting industry.

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Change of date: Maritime Safety seminar, October 6, Singapore

We are pleased to invite you to the seminar ‘The Future of Maritime Safety’ which will be held on October 6, in the campus of Singapore Polytechnic (MI@ SP) at LT1A. Currently, maritime research has been hovering around the following main focal points: Data Analysis, Autonomous Systems, Smart/Innovative Infrastructure as well as Safety. These will […]

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MARIN派遣常驻上海职员

从2015年11月1日起,MARIN高级项目经理Karola van der Meij将常驻上海SSSRI-MARIN办事处。作为MARIN船舶部的项目经理,主要负责项目收购、管理和推进项目报告等工作,为客户监督复杂模型试验及模拟研究,基于此给出改进意见,她主要的专业领域为商务船与内陆船的阻力和推进。 现在,作为项目与技术经理,她主要的工作是依赖独立试验结果与咨询来挖掘及支持客户。如果您有任何关于我们服务或正在进行的项目,欢迎您联系Karola van der Meij。  

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圣诞快乐!新年快乐!

圣诞快乐!新年快乐!圣诞节期间(12月25日至1月3日)MARIN办事处将暂停服务,在此期间SSSRI-MARIN办事处将仍为您提供服务。

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新年快乐!

值此新春佳节,SSSRI-MARIN Joint Venture所有员工在这里祝大家新年快乐!春节期间(2月6日至14日)SSSRI-MARIN办事处将暂停服务,MARIN办事处将仍继续为您提供服务。

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MARIN代表团3月6日至11日访问中国

MARIN船舶部Patrick Hooijmans和Gerco Hagesteijn将于3月6日至11日访问上海,他们将为加深中国与荷兰双方友好合作关系造访现有客户及新客户。

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MARIN主席访问中国

Bas Buchner先生,MARIN主席,将于4月7日至13日期间访问中国。他将参加SSSRI-MARIN董事会会议,随后访问一些重要客户。此次访问的目的是增强SSSRI与MARIN双方关系,加强中国与荷兰海事行业合作。

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2016年SSSRI-MARIN研讨会将于11月2日在上海隆重召开

我们诚挚邀请您参加2016年11月2日在上海由SSSRI-MARIN主办的“邮轮&渡轮与船舶服务设计”研讨会,届时来自SSSRI、MARIN及业内专家学者将莅临会场,为您呈现关于中国新道路的精彩演讲。 详细的议程安排将以小公告的形式稍后发布。

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STAIMO 2.3.0现已发布

STAIMO 2.3.0现已发布,请前往 www.staimo.org查看相关信息。主要升级方面在于有关相对波浪/涌浪方向的标准应用,更多详细更新请前往www.staimo.org查看相关信息,STAIMO版本旧于2.3.0将不再使用。STAIMO是一个分析实船试验航速-功率的免费软件,应用ITTC Guidelines 2014和ISO 15016:2015,同时该规范在EEDI方面也被IMO MEPC68接受。 STAIMO的研发是为了STA-Group(39位涉及实船试验的船东、运营商、船厂、船级社和研究所) (39 ship owners, operators, yards, class and institutes involved in sea trials). 自2004年以来,STA-Goup开始研发工作,为提高和统一交付试验分析方法。在过去的五年里,STA-Group与ITTC及ISO紧密合作制定IMO要求的EEDI航速/功率试验标准。 STAIMO 2.3.0符合IMO MEPC标准,因此能获得合同航速和EEDI航速。 如果您有任何关于STAIMO的疑问,请联系:info@staimo.org 2016年5月10日

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2016年SSSRI-MARIN研讨会演讲者公告

中国新道路:邮轮&渡轮与船舶设计服务 我们诚挚邀请您参加2016年11月2日在上海由SSSRI-MARIN主办的“邮轮&渡轮与船舶服务设计”研讨会,届时来自SSSRI、MARIN及业内专家学者将莅临会场,为您呈现关于中国新道路的精彩演讲。 研讨会全程免费,并提供饮品、小食和午餐。 请在此注册或发送邮件至info@sssri-marin-jv.com。 主题 邮轮与渡轮的流体动力学设计 最小功率要求 服务设计 波浪中的附加阻力 演讲者 Guilhem Gaillarde –  MARIN船舶部经理 Stephane Rapuc – MARIN项目经理 Johan de Jong –  MARIN国际合作 /SSSRI-MARIN董事长 Patrick Hooijmans – MARIN商务船与工作船小组领导 / SSSRI-MARIN副总经理 Chen Weimin – SSSRI运输部主任助理/ SSSRI-MARIN运营经理 Karola van der Meij – MARIN高级船舶项目经理 / SSSRI-MARIN项目与技术经理 其他…  

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2016年SSSRI-MARIN研讨会地点公告

中国新道路:邮轮&渡轮与船舶设计服务 我们诚挚邀请您参加2016年11月2日在上海由SSSRI-MARIN主办的“邮轮&渡轮与船舶服务设计”研讨会,届时来自SSSRI、MARIN及业内专家学者将莅临会场,为您呈现关于中国新道路的精彩演讲。 研讨会地点 研讨会将在上海裕景大饭店隆重召开,上海浦东新区浦东大道535号,邮编200120。 请在此注册或发送邮件至info@sssri-marin-jv.com。  

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2016年SSSRI-MARIN研讨会公告

我们诚挚邀请您参加2016年11月2日在上海由SSSRI-MARIN主办的“邮轮&渡轮与船舶服务设计”研讨会,届时来自SSSRI、MARIN及业内专家学者将莅临会场,为您呈现关于中国新道路的精彩演讲。。 请在此注册或发送邮件至info@sssri-marin-jv.com。    

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您错过SSSRI-MARIN2016年的研讨会了吗?

如果您对关于服务设计、所需最小功率、波浪中附加阻力和豪华邮轮和游轮的流体动力学设计等相关课程信息,请发送邮件至info@sssri-marin-jv.com。  

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SSSRI新水池奠基仪式

11月28日星期一,SSSRI新水池的奠基仪式盛大召开,仪式盛况请点击以下链接查看: http://www.tudou.com/ http://mp.weixin.qq.com/

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船舶与海洋流体动力学课程余位

船舶与海洋流体动力学春季课程仍有部分余位,欢迎莅临瓦赫宁根或上海参加我们的课程! 点击此处获取更多相关课程信息。 浮式海洋平台结构物流体动力学,荷兰瓦赫宁根,2017年13日至17日 船舶设计中的流体动力学,荷兰瓦赫宁根,2017年20日至24日 船舶设计中的流体动力学,中国上海,2017年29日至31日   获取更多信息及座位登记请联系Saskia van de Peppel: +31 317 49 32 89,courses@marin.nl 或访问www.marin.nl/courses.

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MARIN软件研讨会日程安排

2017年3月28日March 地点:上海裕景大饭店(中国上海市浦东新区浦东大道535号,200120) 这次研讨会聚焦于数值研究、模型试验和模拟培训的独特结合,也是MARIN和合作伙伴们与整个海事行业共同分享经验,进行复杂数值研究的一个平台。 会议上将就一些创新项目讨论海事模拟方面发展的未来趋势。 主席:Arno Bons 联系人:Arie de Wit  

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首次内部交流培训“船舶设计中的流体动力学”在上海成功举办!

合资公司于上海成功举办首次内部交流培训活动——“船舶设计中的流体动力学”!由18位海事行业专家为大家授课,课题包括船舶静力学、耐波性、操纵性和实船试验。您如果今年遗憾地错过了我们的课程,并且对我们的课程感兴趣,2018年我们同样会举办相关课程培训,欢迎您的莅临!更多课程信息请前往MARIN课程主页查看http://www.marin.nl/Courses。  

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欢迎关注我们的微信公众号

Do you want to stay updated on recent projects and new research at SSSRI-MARIN joint venture. Join our Wechat subscription group now! 您想随时了解SSSRI-MARIN合资公司最近的项目和最新的研究成果吗?敬请关注我们的微信公众号!

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Stay updated via our Wechat subscription group

Do you want to stay updated on recent projects and new research at SSSRI-MARIN joint venture. Join our Wechat subscription group now! 您想随时了解SSSRI-MARIN合资公司最近的项目和最新的研究成果吗?敬请关注我们的微信公众号!

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The first short interactive course “Hydrodynamics in Ship Design” in Shanghai was a great success!

The first short interactive course “Hydrodynamics in Ship Design” in Shanghai was a great success! The course was followed by a 18 experts from the maritime industry. Topics such as still water ship hydrodynamics, seakeeping hydrodynamics, maneuverability and full scale trials were covered in the course. Were you unable to attend the course this year? […]

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MARIN Software Seminar program

March 28, 2017 Venue: Eton Hotel Shanghai, 535 Pudong Avenue, Pudong New Area, Shanghai 200120, China This seminar puts the spotlight on the unique combination of numerical studies, model tests and simulator trainings. It is a platform where MARIN and partners share their experiences in carrying out complex numerical studies, with the rest of the […]

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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 […]

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Ground breaking ceremony new facilities SSSRI

Monday November 28th the ground breaking ceremony of the new facilities of SSSRI was held. Some impressions of the ceremony can be found by clicking on the following links: http://www.tudou.com/ http://mp.weixin.qq.com/

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Did you miss the SSSRI-MARIN Seminar 2016?

Please send an email to info@sssri-marin-jv.com if you want more information on the presentations given on Design for service, Minimal power requirement, Added resistance in waves and Hydrodynamic design for cruise liners and ferries.  

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Announcement programme SSSRI-MARIN seminar 2016

We are pleased to invite you to the SSSRI-MARIN seminar 2016 on Cruise & Ferry and Ship Design for Service. The seminar will be held in Shanghai on November 2nd 2016. Experts from SSSRI, MARIN and the industry will present their views on these new roads in China. Please register here or send an email […]

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Announcement location SSSRI-MARIN seminar 2016

New Roads in China: Cruise & Ferry and Ship Design for Service We are pleased to invite you to the SSSRI-MARIN seminar 2016 on Cruise & Ferry and Ship Design for Service. The seminar will be held in Shanghai on November 2nd 2016. Experts from SSSRI, MARIN and the industry will present their views on […]

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Announcement speakers SSSRI-MARIN seminar 2016

New Roads in China: Cruise & Ferry and Ship Design for Service We are pleased to invite you to the SSSRI-MARIN seminar 2016 on Cruise & Ferry and Ship Design for Service. The seminar will be held in Shanghai on November 2nd 2016. Experts from SSSRI, MARIN and the industry will present their views on […]

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STAIMO 2.3.0 has been released

STAIMO 2.3.0 is now available from www.staimo.org. The most important update can be found in the application of the criteria regarding relative wave/swell direction. More details on the updates can be found in the release notes on www.staimo.org. STAIMO versions older than 2.3.0 should no longer be used. STAIMO is freeware for the analysis of […]

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SSSRI-MARIN seminar 2016 will be held on Wednesday November 2nd in Shanghai

We are pleased to invite you to the SSSRI-MARIN seminar 2016 on Cruise & Ferry and Ship Design for Service. The seminar will be held in Shanghai on November 2nd 2016. Experts from SSSRI, MARIN and the industry will present their views on these new roads in China. A more detailed program will be published […]

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President of MARIN visiting China

Dr. Ir. Bas Buchner, President of MARIN, will be visiting China from April 7 to 13. He will attend the board of directors meeting of SSSRI-MARIN and he will visit some of our most important clients. The purpose of this visit is to strengthen the relationship between SSSRI and MARIN and improve the cooperation between Chinese and […]

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MARIN delegation in China, 6-11March

Patrick Hooijmans and Gerco Hagesteijn from MARIN’s Ship department will be visiting Shanghai form March 6 to 11. They will bring visits to existing and new clients, to strengthen the Sino-Dutch relationship.

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Happy Spring Festival!

All personnel of SSSRI-MARIN Joint Venture would like to wish you a happy Spring Festival. The SSSRI-MARIN office will be closed from February 6 to 14. During this period the MARIN office is still open.

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Due to the holidays the MARIN office will be closed from December 25 to January 3. The SSSRI-MARIN office in open in this period.

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Karola van der Meij

MARIN personnel stationed in Shanghai

From November 1st, 2015, MARIN’s Senior Project Manager Karola van der Meij, is located at the SSSRI/MARIN office in Shanghai. As project manager in MARIN’s Ships department she was responsible for the acquisition, the management and progress reporting of projects. She supervised complex model testing and simulation studies for customers and give advice for improvement on the basis […]

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