Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Wärtsilä jack-up vessel
Maritime News

Wärtsilä to Design New Offshore Maintenance Jack-Up

Helsinki-headquartered Wärtsilä says it has been awarded a contract to design a new series of jack-up vessels to serve maintenance vessels in the offshore oil and gas.  The company announced...

April 5, 2016
Total Views: 22

Wednesday, February 17, 2016
deep water dive support vessel
News

Wärtsilä to Design New Deep Water Dive Support Vessel

Wärtsilä has announced that it has signed a contract with Shanghai Bestway Marine Engineering Design Co Ltd to design a new type of deep water dive support vessel. The ship...

February 17, 2016
Total Views: 22

Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Ship Classification

ClassNK to Acquire Marine Software Giant NAPA

Tokyo-based classification society ClassNK announced today an agreement to acquire NAPA, the world’s leading maritime software house, in a deal hailed as a landmark agreement for improved safety and performance of the whole maritime industry.

March 18, 2014
Total Views: 33

News

Wärtsilä Unveils New Aframax Tanker Design

Wärtsilä Ship Design has unveiled a new Aframax tanker design said to be highly efficient to match current and upcoming emissions legislation.

March 18, 2014
Total Views: 5

Sunday, July 21, 2013
Engines

Emma Maersk’s Wärtsilä-Sulzer Super Ship Engine – Part 2

A look "under the hood" of the World's Largest container ship ever built. The engine that powers the Emma Maersk.

July 21, 2013
Total Views: 2998

Friday, June 7, 2013
jahre-lng-vessel
Ship Design

LNG Bunkering – Jahre Marine Announces First Vessel

Jahre Marine AS signed a new building contract today with the chinese shipyard Avic Dingheng for building the first seagoing LNG carrier for bunkering and small scale distribution. The LNG...

June 7, 2013
Total Views: 20

Friday, October 26, 2012
Navy

Rolls-Royce Forms Dedicated Team For Naval Ship Design

Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, says it has formed a new team dedicated to the development of naval ship designs in order to meet the growing trend of commercial...

October 26, 2012
Total Views: 25

Monday, August 13, 2012
ship lines naval architecture design
Maritime News

ClassNK Starts Joint Research Project to Optimize Ship Designs for Actual Sea Conditions

Tokyo – ClassNK announced today that they have started full scale ship tests to develop a feedback scheme on the design for ships performances in actual seas in collaboration with...

August 13, 2012
Total Views: 28

Tuesday, July 17, 2012
PBCF Propeller Boss Cap Fins
Engineering News

Propeller Technology to Make Your Ship More Efficient

Appendages to the propulsion system at the stern of a vessel can offer ship owners and operators an easy and relatively painless solution to improving fuel efficiency without the need to order...

July 17, 2012
Total Views: 1069

Thursday, July 5, 2012
iacs
Engineering News

IACS Releases Draft Harmonized Common Structural Rules, Seeks Feedback

After hearing about the release this week by the International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) of the draft IACS harmonised Common Structural Rules (CSR), my first question was, what the...

July 5, 2012
Total Views: 8

Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Blog

New Superstructure Design Promises Energy Efficiency and Pirate Defense

Japanese shipbuilder Imabari Shipbuilding has introduced a unique solution that could help combat two of shippings biggest challenges; piracy and energy efficiency. The technology, called Aero-Citadel, introduces a streamlined and...

May 8, 2012
Total Views: 55

Friday, March 30, 2012
signet weatherly robert allan
Maritime News

Signal Maritime Receives Newest RAmparts 3200 Offshore Tug

Signet Weatherly is the latest RAmparts 3200 Class ASD from the design board of Robert Allan Ltd. Recently delivered to her proud owner, Signet Maritime Corporation, the tug will be based in Corpus...

March 30, 2012
Total Views: 5

Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Engineering News

Introducing the Constructor-Class from GustoMSC

Oil and gas will remain the backbone of the world’s energy supplies for a long time to come, and the offshore sector continues to expand in every direction, in particular, toward...

March 13, 2012
Total Views: 4

Saturday, March 10, 2012
Blog

This Day in Tech: March 9, 1862; Ironclads

1862: Civil War ironclads stage the first sea battle in naval history between armor-plated vessels. By Tony Long The battle took place at Hampton Roads, Virginia, where a day earlier...

March 10, 2012
Total Views: 10

Friday, February 24, 2012
propeller design cfd
Blog

Propeller Cavitation Analysis with Computational Fluid Dynamics

by Bart Stockdill, M.A.Sc., P.Eng., Mechanical Engineer Water will boil at room temperature if the pressure is low enough. In fact, the pressure has to be very low, about 2% of...

February 24, 2012
Total Views: 135

Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Engineering News

OSD Inks Design Contracts for Ten New PSV Orders

The Netherlands-based Offshore Ship Designers, or OSD, said Tuesday it has sealed a deal with two offshore operators to provide the ship design for 10 large diesel-electric Platform Supply Vessels...

February 21, 2012
Total Views: 1

Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Blog

Part 1: How to Design a More Efficient Ship

Wärtsilä put together a presentation recently that evaluated a number of new technologies and design concepts aimed at cutting operating costs, while at the same time reducing ship emissions.  The technologies...

January 4, 2012
Total Views: 766

Thursday, December 29, 2011
Engineering News

Pieter Schelte, Offshore Supercat – The World’s Largest Catamaran

In 2011, Allseas announced that they had awarded Daewoo Shipbuilding a 1.3Bn Euro contract for the construction of a massive catamaran designed for ultra-heavy offshore construction and pipelay work.  The sheer...

December 29, 2011
Total Views: 102

Thursday, December 1, 2011
Maritime News

Marad Unveils New Ship Designs

The U.S. Maritime Administration today released a report detailing new designs for shipping vessels specifically engineered for America’s Marine Highways.  Marad says the production of the efficient and environmentally-friendly vessels...

December 1, 2011
Total Views: 2

Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Engineering News

ABS Chief: Class Societies and Ship Design Do Not Mix

Development of in-house ‘green ship’ designs by class societies risks creating conflict of interest with their core safety role. (Houston, TX—) ABS President and Chief Executive Officer Christopher J. Wiernicki...

November 15, 2011
Total Views: 6