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MARIN offers a wide selection of papers and doctoral theses in the field of hydrodynamics on its website at www.marin.nl/ publications.


The most recent publications include:


Transition and turbulence modeling for the prediction of cavitating tip vortices Liebrand, R., Klapwijk, M., Lloyd, T., Vaz, G., Journal of Fluids Engineering, Vol. 143, Jan 1, 2021


Code verification of a pressure- based solver for subsonic compressible flows Muralha, J., Eça, E., Klaij, C.M., Journal of Verification, Validation and Uncertainty Quantification, Vol. 5, 2020


Numerical analysis of flettner rotors performances on the marin hybrid transition coaster Garenaux, M., Schot, J., Eggers, R., High-Performance Marine Vehicles (HIPER), Cortona, Italy, 2020


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TopTier JIP Securing container safety


The size of deepsea containerships has increased dramatically over the past decades. The loss of containers and their impact on the marine and coastal environments has raised public and politic concerns about the safety and environmental impact of modern containerships. Authorities and industry are being urged to evaluate container safety and to improve regulations and practices to avoid losing containers at sea. The Joint Industry Project ‘TopTier’ has been initiated to address these topics with the active participation of major stakeholders. TopTier is a follow- up of the Lashing@Sea JIP and is expected to run for a period of three years. Interested in joining? See www.marin.nl/jips/toptier or contact Jos Koning, j.koning@marin.nl


Power the future, May 31-June 4 Bringing sustainable energy into production, storage, power and motion


The maritime industry will come together again in 2021, with the FPSO JIP Week and the BlueWeek set to be held between May 31-June 4.


All activities will be live streamed to reach out to you wherever you are on our blue planet. The seminars and the Forum on Wednesday will be open to the public, (following registration), while JIP meetings


will be open to members only. This online set-up will be complemented by an on-site option in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, if the possibility arises.


We need actions today if we are to build a strong foundation for the future. Taking decisions with long-term consequences and making choices in the short-term are not easy. So sharing experience and


knowledge is the best possible way forward. By organising such an event, we want to help the maritime sector gain confidence, mitigate doubts, be inspired, innovative, dare to try, fail and try again, think, rethink, design and engineer operations with alternative sustainable solutions.


Please join us - virtually or in person - between May 31-June 4 to power the future with fresh ideas!


Check registration options on blueforum.org & fpsoforum.com.


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