Offshore ship technology

Big ship, but a delicate balance : bringing different capabilities together isn't a question of just piling everything you can onto one ship, even if that ship is as big as the 215.9m Petrofac JSD 6000 says Stevie Knight -- India looks for answers at home : a very sophisticated offshore support training facility has been built, housed not in a high end OEM R&D installation, but in a not-for-profit facility in Mumbai, India / by Stevie Knight -- Shaped by ice : there's a difference between ice and ice--it's not always the same thing -- Evolution in cold water : there will be a pressure on Ice-class OSVs in the future that won't just come from the ice itself. Stevie Knight investigates -- Following a tough act : both physical and legislative challenges have come together to give rise to the first LNG icebreaker, writes Stevie Knight -- DP training can't stand still : there are divergent forces at the heart of the DP certification : on one side is the need for capable and experienced operators, while on the other side there is a surge of new vessels with DP positions to fill writes Stevie Knight -- Chemical free water treatment for fleet : Enwa, a Norwegian manufacturer of water systems, says that it is working closely with offshore shipping company Volstad Maritime, which has selected Enwa's chemical free water treatment for all engines of its fleet -- Integration holds the key : the two UT 771 WP support vessels now being built by Sinopacific are edging into MPSV territory, explained Ronny Pal Kvalsvik, of Rolls-Royce to Stevie Knight -- To err is-- all too human.


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  • Accession Number: 01524314
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Northwestern University Transportation Library
  • Files: TLIB
  • Created Date: May 1 2014 3:30PM