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MARINE TRANSPORTATION GUEST ARTICLES
THE FLUID DYNAMICS OF BUSINESS
by wade on February 6, 2015
MOST PEOPLE LOOK AT A WAVE AND SEE WATER CRASHING IN ON ITSELF, BUT NOT Randy Billard. For him each wave is a marvel of mathematical possibilities. He is stoked by how wave energy is transferred and the tremendous forces it can exert. And he’s proud of his ability to use mathematics, physics, and computational software to visualize and model the wave interaction with small vessels and produce training simulation programs for vessels at sea. Read more.
TESTING LIFESAVING GEAR FOR HARSH ENVIRONMENTS
by wade on June 28, 2013
The life or death of mariners hinges on the performance of lifeboats, immersion suits and other equipment relied upon in maritime emergencies. These high stakes have motivated António Simões Ré to dedicate his career to evaluating their performance in extreme conditions and making recommendations for safety improvements.
MI and IASST joint Ocean Innovation Conference a success
by wade on November 13, 2012
Tue. 6 Nov. 2012: Internationally recognized researchers, regulators, policy makers and innovators came together in St. John's Newfoundland recently to explore state-of-the-art training, knowledge and equipment for safety and survival in extreme ocean environments. And by all accounts the event was a success. The event was the 10th annual Ocean Innovation Conference and Exhibition 2012 (OI-12). Read more.