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Green Marine Technology
CONTENTS NUMBER 3 / VOLUME 78 / MARCH 2016
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IN THIS EDITION
MARITIME 12 RESPONDER IMMUNITY 24 MARINE BIOFUELS
SIMULATION Rapid response and legal exposure is a delicate balancing act. Biofuels could be 5 to 10% of the mix by 2030.
By Dennis Bryant By Dirk Kronemeijer 26 Maritime Simulation Trends
The use of maritime simulation contin- 16 CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT 44 ZERO ... NONE ... NADA ...
Implementing continuous improvement in Familiarization Training. Norway is on a mission toward zero emissions, and advance bat- ues to blossom, and simulation centers tery power solutions are leading the way. ... particularly ARI, BCIT, MPT and
By Murray Goldberg MSRC ... invest continually to remain
By William Stoichevski state-of-the-art.
18 STRUCTURAL STRESS ANALYSIS
By Kathy A. Smith 48 WASTE AWAY Tested versus Predicted.
Terragon Environmental’s tech seeks to revolutionize solid and 32 Bouchard Invests in Safety
By Fritz Waldorf liquid waste management onboard ships.
Bouchard Transportation continues to invest in its namesake state-of-the-art
By Greg Trauthwein simulation center at SUNY Maritime.
22 FOCUS ON FUEL QUALITY Seahawk Services is a new name in fuel testing. 50 INTERVIEW: VADM SATOSHI NAKAJIMA, By Greg Trauthwein
By Greg Trauthwein JAPAN COAST GUARD 34 Station Keeping in Ice Insights on the history, evolution and future direction of Japan’s
Ice poses a number of navigation chal- 24 MARINE BIOFUELS
lenges, the least of not which is holding Biofuels could be 5 to 10% of the mix by 2030. station.
By Greg Trauthwein
By Dirk Kronemeijer
By Andrew Safer 60 SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS 38 DRYDOCKING ‘101’ Managing mountains of data ? owing to and fro ships at sea Successful drydocking takes skill, experience and planning. increasingly depends on ef? cient software solutions.
By Joe Stiglich By Greg Trauthwein 2 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • MARCH 2016
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