MARIN offers a wide selection of papers and doctoral theses in the field of hydrodynamics on its website at www.marin.nl/papers
The most recent publications include:
An integrated empirical manoeuvring model for inland vessels Frans Quadvlieg, Jialun Liua, Robert Hekkenberga, Hans Hopman en Bingqian Zhao, Ocean Engineering Elsevier, 2017
Wave buoy performance in short and long waves, evaluated using tests on a hexapod Sanne van Essen, Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering OMAE2018, 2018
Improving performance of inland ships with hull optimizations, benefits and pitfalls Wytze de Boer, Karola van der Meij, Joy Klinkenberg, Hoyte Raven, PIANC Smart Rivers, 2017
The Wageningen F-series Propellers
In this new Joint Industry Project 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 on cavitation, noise and vibrations. The need for the series results from the growing awareness of safety, ecological and comfort aspects in ship design, and the increasing electrification of ship propulsion systems. The project will take three years to complete. For more information contact Jie Dang, email@example.com
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Award of Excellence
On October 23, MARIN and Dillon Consulting received the ‘Award of Excellence’ from the Association of Consulting Engineers for Canada for the Area Risk Assessment (ARA) project. MARIN’s Jos van Doorn, together with Dillon’s Dave Creber and Lynn Gagnon were present at the annual dinner party in order to accept the award.
In 2015 and 2016 MARIN executed a study to determine the Frequency of Oil Spills in four areas in Canadian Waters. Transport Canada required a method to assess the risk of ship-source oil spills. Dillon Consulting led the development of an ARA Methodology that determines the probable locations and volumes of ship-source oil spills.
Within this ARA Methodology the MARIN SAMSON model was used. SAMSON is the acronym for Safety Assessment Model for Shipping and Offshore on the North Sea. Despite its name, SAMSON is a generic model which can be used for any geographic location.
Intermodal South America March 19-21, 2019
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.
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