Tag: <span>AiP</span>

Furuno Hellas receives LR AiP for voyage data recorder digital twin
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Furuno Hellas receives LR AiP for voyage data recorder digital twin

Furuno Hellas has been awarded Approval in Principle from Lloyd’s Register (LR) for the HermAce voyage data recorder (VDR) digital twin and remote service as an alternative to onboard annual VDR performance testing. This is the first verification carried out by a classification society of a digital twin specifically designed for this purpose. LR’s verification...

KR awards AiP for Korea’s first onboard carbon capture & storage system
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KR awards AiP for Korea’s first onboard carbon capture & storage system

The Korean Register (KR) has awarded approval in principle (AiP) to Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) and Panasia for their ‘onboard carbon capture and storage system (OCCS)’. The technology captures the carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted in the exhaust gases generated from the internal combustion engines of ships. The optimised wet absorption type carbon dioxide capture device...

DNV to lead ammonia bunkering safety study
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DNV to lead ammonia bunkering safety study

DNV has been selected to lead an ammonia bunkering safety study by the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) in Singapore. The pioneering study aims to define a robust set of safety guidelines and operational envelopes that will establish the basis of a regulatory sandbox for ammonia bunkering trials at two local sites. DNV will...

BV validates wind assisted propulsion system for containership
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BV validates wind assisted propulsion system for containership

Bureau Veritas (BV) has delivered an approval in principle (AiP) to Zéphyr & Borée for its first open-top 1,800 TEU containership, demonstrating the feasibility of using wind-propelled wing-sails on this type of vessel. The 185 metre-long container vessel is designed with five cargo holds, mostly open-top. Propulsion means are compliant with IMO’s Tier III requirements,...

ClassNK issues AiP for ammonia-fuelled PCC
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ClassNK issues AiP for ammonia-fuelled PCC

ClassNK has issued an approval in principle (AiP) to Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) and Shin Kurushima Dockyard for their jointly developed design of an ammonia-fuelled pure car carrier (PCC). Ammonia is expected to be used as decarbonised fuel for ships since it does not emit CO2 when burned, however, taking adequate safety measures are...

ABS grants Alfa Laval AIP for firing boilers with methanol
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ABS grants Alfa Laval AIP for firing boilers with methanol

ABS has granted Alfa Laval the first marine approval for operating boilers on methanol. Alfa Laval received an approval in principle (AIP) on 4 November 2021, based on extensive solution testing at the Alfa Laval Test & Training Centre. Methanol, which is liquid at ambient temperatures and carbon-neutral if produced from green sources, is the...

GEV secures Wärtsilä AiP for pilot hydrogen vessel
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GEV secures Wärtsilä AiP for pilot hydrogen vessel

Australian energy transportation company Global Energy Ventures (GEV) has obtained approval-in-principle (AiP) from Wärtsilä for its pilot scale 430 tonne C-H2 carrier vessel. The pilot compressed hydrogen vessel is a highly functional Handymax sized gas carrier designed to advance the commercialisation of green hydrogen projects. Wärtsilä has worked in close cooperation with GEV’s ship designer...

LR awards AiP to Samsung’s liquefied hydrogen carrier
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LR awards AiP to Samsung’s liquefied hydrogen carrier

Lloyd’s Register (LR) has granted approval in principle (AiP) to Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) for its 160,000 CBM liquefied hydrogen carrier, a key result from a joint development project (JDP) launched earlier this year. As part of the JDP, SHI developed the concept and basic design for the Hydrogen Cargo Containment System (Membrane Type) and...

Deltamarin and GTT receive AiP for LNG-fuelled Aframax design
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Deltamarin and GTT receive AiP for LNG-fuelled Aframax design

Deltamarin and GTT have received Approval in Principle (AiP) from the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuelled Aframax tanker design. The new design provides increased autonomy while also reducing carbon emissions, providing greener and more efficient solutions for the industry. The vessel will meet the current and future environmental...

HHI & KSOE receive AiP for ammonia-fuelled carrier
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HHI & KSOE receive AiP for ammonia-fuelled carrier

Bureau Veritas (BV) has delivered an Approval in Principle (AiP) to Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (KSOE) for the design and development of an ammonia carrier with ammonia-fuelled propulsion. The design was developed to ensure its compatibility with the existing infrastructure for ammonia, while also reflecting the market’s demand for...

Navigator Gas awarded DNV AiP for ammonia-fuelled gas carrier
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Navigator Gas awarded DNV AiP for ammonia-fuelled gas carrier

Navigator Gas has been awarded a new Approval in Principle (AiP) for an ammonia-fuelled gas carrier design from DNV. An industrywide consortium, including MAN Energy solutions, Babcock International, and the Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA), has collaborated with Navigator Gas to achieve the Approval in Principle (AiP) from DNV. The new gas carrier design has been...

Windship secures DNV’s AiP for triple-wing design
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Windship secures DNV’s AiP for triple-wing design

Windship Technology has announced that its patented triple-wing rig has received a coveted Approval in Principle (AiP) status from DNV. This milestone in the company’s history is the result of years of design iteration work combined with the use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to refine the wings before extensive wind tunnel testing and analysis...