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MARINE TRANSPORTATION GUEST ARTICLES
GENOA'S 3D DESIGN A BOON TO COMPETITIVE SHIPBUILDING
by wade on January 21, 2013
Having detailed instructions for each shipbuilding task and precise sequencing of the workflow is creating efficiencies and reducing rework at shipyards on the east and west coasts of the US. Read more.
VESSELS OF THE FUTURE DESIGNED BY GRADUATING MUN STUDENTS: Part 2
by wade on April 16, 2012
ROV Support Vessel Designed for the Brazilian Offshore By Andrew Safer: Because it’s too deep for divers, the 2,000- to 3,000-metre depths in the pre-salt Brazilian offshore require that ROVs perform inspections, maintenance and light construction, says Robert Moulton, a 23-year-old Ocean and Naval Architectural Engineering undergraduate at Memorial University. This is what inspired him and three team members to develop a design for an ROV Support Vessel (ROVSV) for their final project before they graduate. Read more.
VESSELS OF THE FUTURE DESIGNED BY GRADUATING MUN STUDENTS: PART 1
by wade on April 12, 2012
By Andrew Safer: Twenty undergraduates in Memorial University’s Ocean and Naval Architectural Engineering (ONAE) program presented their five final-project vessel designs to a capacity crowd on Mar. 27, 2012. Read more.