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Selecting the right gear for towing operations – Part 1

Towing operations seem pretty straightforward – we just need to connect the vessel to be towed to the right sized tug and get started!However, a simple exercise of digging deeper will reveal critical items that we need to take care of. If we start thinking...

Removing Human Error in Ship Performance Analysis

Introduction Shipping is the most dominant means of transport that facilitate global trade. Over 90% of world trade is done by ships[1]. Fuel onboard ships, commonly referred to as "bunkers", has become the largest cost item of a ship's Operational...

OCIMF MEG-4 and Mooring Design of your vessels – Part I

Part 1 – Environment and Environmental forcesThe OCIMF (Oil Companies International Marine Forum) has come out with the latest edition of mooring Equipment Guidelines (MEG) – Rev 4. This revision incorporates significant changes and updates over the MEG-3,...

Equipment Numeral Calculation for a Ship – a Guide

Intriguing as it sounds, Equipment Number (or Equipment Numeral) throws a plethora of questions when heard for the first time. Is it something which tells the number of equipment on a ship, or is it a catalog which assigns specific number to the equipment...

CFD in the marine industry: today and tomorrow

In the world of advancing digital technology, it important to identify all the best ways to apply it to the extremely complex task of designing a ship. Riding the wave of the rapid progress of High Performance Computing, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)...

Marine Lifting – Engineering and Planning

Ever since the offshore industry has expanded to deeper waters, one topic of broad and current interest, that has dominated the industry, is the weight of topsides lifted offshore. Installation contractors advertise engineering feats accomplished by...

Transportation Analysis for deck cargo – complete breakdown

A project cargo being loaded onto a vessel’s deck(Source: torontodrydock.com)  IntroductionIn the simplest terms, Transportation Analysis is the complete design and engineering which goes behind making a transportation operation successful. In this post...

Loadout Ramps – design and analysis of the simplest flat plate ramp

Loadouts are a complicated exercise and require intricate engineering calculations to ensure success of the operation. Right from selecting the suitable vessel with adequate ballasting capability, to performing ballasting and stability calculations,...

Why the bollard pull calculation method for a barge won’t work for a ship

In my working with the marine transportation industry for more than a decade now, I have come across many different calculations for required bollard pull for both barges and ships. The principles of the calculation are same, whether it is a ship, a barge...

STEEL COILS LOADING – ITS CHALLENGES AND WAYS TO OVERCOME

STEEL  COILS LOADING –  ITS CHALLENGES AND WAYS TO OVERCOME by Mr. Spiros Malliaroudakis (Founder & Managing Director, S.A. Malliaroudakis Maritime (UK) Ltd) The loads derived from steel coils loading are very concentrated, leading to higher stresses...

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