Tag: <span>Ship Design</span>

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...

ABS publishes guide to ammonia-fuelled vessels
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ABS publishes guide to ammonia-fuelled vessels

As the potential of ammonia to contribute to shipping’s decarbonisation objectives is increasingly recognised, ABS has moved to support its adoption with publication of guidance for the design and construction of ammonia-fueled vessels. The ABS Guide for Ammonia-Fueled Vessels sets out Classification design criteria for the arrangements, construction, installation and survey of machinery, equipment and...

New concept design for ammonia-fuel ready LNG-fuelled ship
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New concept design for ammonia-fuel ready LNG-fuelled ship

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK), MTI, and Elomatic, have launched the development of a concept design for an Ammonia-fuel Ready LNG-Fuelled Vessel (ARLFV), which can be converted to a ship using ammonia as a marine fuel once its supply is ready. ARLFV is set as a “Next Bridge Solution” to cover the transition of the...

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...

Industry partnership to develop liquid carbon dioxide carriers
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Industry partnership to develop liquid carbon dioxide carriers

POSCO, Hyundai Mipo Dockyard, Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering, Lloyd’s Register and the Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry have agreed to jointly develop Liquid Carbon Dioxide (LCO2) Carriers. Through this MOU, POSCO will develop new steel material and relevant technology for storage tank, which are core technologies for the large size of LCO2 carrier,...

DNV’s decarbonisation stairway model to help owners navigate newbuild dilemmas
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DNV’s decarbonisation stairway model to help owners navigate newbuild dilemmas

DNV has launched its latest Maritime Forecast to 2050, part of the Energy Transition Outlook (ETO) suite of reports. Conceived to help shipowners navigate the technologies and fuels needed to meet global greenhouse gas (GHG) targets, the report features an updated carbon risk management framework, including a new ‘decarbonisation stairway’ model to help owners map...

Deltamarin signs design contracts for three E-Flexer Ropax vessels
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Deltamarin signs design contracts for three E-Flexer Ropax vessels

Deltamarin has signed design contracts with China Merchants Jinling shipyard (Weihai) for the complete basic and detail design packages of three RoPax vessels. These are the 10th, 11th and 12th Stena E-Flexer vessels for two different end clients. Stena’s E-Flexer class has been developed with a basic concept, but is flexible and adapted to customer...

MOL and Tata Steel explore emissions reduction tech for bulk carrier
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MOL and Tata Steel explore emissions reduction tech for bulk carrier

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines and its subsidiary MOL Drybulk have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Tata Steel to develop and deploy a low emission bulk carrier to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. “The objective of the agreement is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the ocean transportation of raw materials for production...

Common Structural Rules Software updated to comply with latest IACS rules
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Common Structural Rules Software updated to comply with latest IACS rules

Common Structural Rules Software, a joint venture company formed by Lloyd’s Register and ABS, has updated its software products in line with the latest International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) rule changes on bulk carrier and oil tankers. The update will help users with the development of new designs to meet the latest rules as...

Tsuneishi introduces new eco ship design
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Tsuneishi introduces new eco ship design

Tsuneishi Shipbuilding has published details of its new eco ship design that uses Aeroline technology to reduce wind resistance by around 20 per cent and comply with Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) phase 3 requirements.  The 66,200 MT DWT Tess66 Aeroline achieves the largest class of the Ultramax bulk carrier category to maximise transportation efficiency. Furthermore,...

Siemens acquires Sener’s software business for ship design
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Siemens acquires Sener’s software business for ship design

Siemens Digital Industries Software has signed an agreement with Spain-based Sener, an engineering and technology company, to acquire its Foran software business. Foran is CAD/CAE/CAM software for the design, construction and engineering of vessels and marine structures. The addition of the Foran product and team to Siemens, together with its customer portfolio, brings experience and...