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Marine Design Annual
New Ferry Design for Asia Speci? c Challenges
MARINE DESIGN (Image: Deltamarin) hallenges of the Asian ferry in various features. The selected set bene? ts but also reduced construction market include large region- of the hull dimensions is character- costs. This includes utilizing standard • DeltaSAFER25 – a “base case” al variations in cargo vol- ized by a relatively large beam of 30 plate thicknesses and pro? les as well as design with high deadweight
Cume and composition, huge meters. This, together with enhanced simple connection details, developed (9,800t), reduced speed 16kn de- economic pressure on operators and subdivision of the spaces below the in cooperation with an Asian shipyard. sign speed and 800 passengers. unsatisfactory safety records especially main deck (including a triple bottom Other cost-effective measures include Other dimensions are Loa 188.8 m, in the developing countries, according and triple side structure below the aligning the interior standard with local B 30.0 m, T 6.4 m, and Lane maters to ship design company Deltamarin, main trailer deck) results in high in- expectations, and using a mix of sev- 2,500 m.
who has answered these with its Del- tact stability and survivability in case eral comfortable suites with a number taSAFER design family unveiled at the of damage. A simpli? ed layout of the of large common sleeping spaces for • DeltaSAFER21 – a Sino-Ko-
SMM 2016 exhibition in Hamburg. passenger spaces allows for smooth budget travelers. A selection of afford- rean version with higher speed
DeltaSAFER is a family of RoPax embarkation and evacuation. A redun- able equipment manufacturers has also (20kn), 2,100 lane meters for cargo ferries, a design which the company dant propulsion system helps to tackle been identi? ed to keep the costs of the and a capacity of 1,000 passengers.
says combines cost-effectiveness with extreme weather conditions, while an machinery as low as possible. The Del- an exceptional levels of safety in a optimized hull form ensures low ac- taSAFER family covers a wide range • DeltaSAFER15 – a South-East modular platform developed to meet celerations in waves and reduced pow- of combinations considering passenger Asian option with reduced cargo the needs of different kinds of routes. er requirements. The hull shape and intake, cargo capacity and speed. Three capacity (5,500dwt) but increased
The safety of the design is visible structure give not only hydrodynamic variations are available so far: passenger intake of 2,000 people.
DNV GL AIP for HMD’s Feeder Design
DNV GL presented Hyundai Mipo Dockyard mizer of Mipo (HOM) and Propeller Optimizer (HMD) with an Approval in Principle (AIP) of Mipo (POM). The hull design is based on the recognizing the technical feasibility of the new new DNV GL rule set and the new IACS S11A
Con-Green 2000 vessel design under the new and S34 requirements. The design also incorpo-
DNV GL rules. The Con-Green 2000 project rates the new Cross Over Rudder (COR) devel- brought together partners HMD, MAN Diesel & oped by Becker Marine Systems (BMS) as well
Turbo, Becker Marine Systems and DNV GL to the latest version of the 6S60ME-C10.5 main develop a highly ef? cient, reliable and economic engine from MAN Diesel & Turbo (MDT).
feeder design. In preparing the AiP, DNV GL has worked “With the Con-Green 2000 project we wanted with HMD to verify the performance of the de- to de? ne the next generation of feeder vessels, sign and assess the compliance of the design with maximum fuel ef? ciency, high quality, reli- with environmental requirements, including the (Photo: DNV GL) ability and lower maintenance costs and show- Energy Ef? ciency Design Index (EEDI). DNV
From left to right: Ole Grøne, Senior case the capabilities of Hyundai Mipo Dock- GL also provided technical support on the basic
Vice President, Promotion & Sales at yard,” said C.G. Lim, Team Leader and Deputy design in terms of stability, cargo loading/un-
MAN Diesel &Turbo; Trond Hodne, DNV
General Manager, ECO Hull Form Development loading, and the machinery arrangement concept
GL Business Director Maritime; Dug Ki
Team at HMD. The hull form, propeller, general and accommodation.
Min, Vice President of the Initial Planning arrangement, midship section and scantling have The results of the hull and propeller optimi- and Initial Hull Design Dept. at HMD; and been designed and optimized by HMD, using zation showed power savings of approximately
Henning Kuhlmann, Managing Director at
Becker Marine Systems.
their own proprietary software Hull Form Opti- 7.5%. 64 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • OCTOBER 2016
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