The Caprinus R Technical Bulletin

  • Caprinus R Oil 40, Shell's medium viscosity index (MVI) lubricant for medium-speed diesel engines, is now an API CD quality oil for marine diesel engines.

    This means Caprinus R Oil 40 meets the performance requirements of Cummins and Caterpillar marine diesels—both frequently used as auxiliary engines aboard shallow-draft vessels.

    One-oil purchasing convenience is now possible, thanks to the API CD designation, states a Shell spokesman. It is also believed that chances of mislubrication will be reduced because of the broader field of application of Caprinus R Oil 40.

    Caprinus R Oil 40 is a high alkalinity oil, approved as a Superior Class II oil by General Electric Company and recognized as "Satisfactory for General Use" by EMD (Electro-Motive Division of General Motors Corporation).

    For complete free literature of Shell Caprinus® R Oil 40, Write 28 on Reader Service Card

  • announced availability of a new, 14-page technical bulletin introducing its "Intersmooth SPC Family of Self Polishing Copolymer Antifoulings," which the company reports "cut fuel costs an average 12 percent yearly." The bulletin documents Intersmooth SPC performance on over 400 vessels—ranging from

  • , Inc., Elizabeth, N.J., a leading manufacturer of pipeline strainers, has published a new technical bulletin on strainer baskets and screens. Entitled "The Heart of a Hayward Strainer is the Basket or Screen," this 8-page bulletin will assist engineers and end users in selecting the best strainer and

  • A free 12-page technical bulletin on the "Fluid Resistance of Santoprene ®" is being offered by the Monsanto Co. of St. Louis, Mo. Santoprene thermoplastic is a family of advanced elastomers that successfully combines performance characteristics of vulcanized rubber, such as heat resistance and low

  • Baldt Incorporated has announced the immediate availability of a four-page, two-color "Engineering Innovations" technical bulletin (#002) that details the Baldt Moor-Free Rapid Release System. This sophisticated computer assisted system allows rig operators to safely free a vessel from its moorings

  • A good turnout of 71 guests and members was experienced for the February meeting of the San Diego Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. An introduction and general announcements followed the dinner. Bill Bascom announced that there will again be an Advanced Marine Vehicle

  • is offering a new technical bulletin titled "User's Guide to Diesel Fuel Additives." This bulletin helps identify fuel problems and discusses the use of chemical additives as possible solutions. Ferrous notes that no one additive will cure every problem, therefore one must identify the problem and

  • hours exceeding 175 million. Chockfast Orange, manufactured by Philadelphia Resins Corporation, Montgomeryville, Pa., and available throughout the world from factory-trained, certified representatives, is approved by Lloyd's Register of Shipping— for operation at temperatures to 80 C (176

  • To obtain the necessary improvements that will ensure the commer cial success of the newest generation of high-output engines, additives must be used in lubricants. And although the use of additives in internal combustion engine lubricating oils is nothing new, having begun over 70 years ago,

  • The trend toward upgrading output and efficiency of marine diesel engines, as well as improving their ability to burn heavy residual fuels with high sulfur content, has placed increasing demands on the petroleum industry to improve their products. The oil producers have responded by offering new and

  • Baldt Incorporated, Chester, Pa., has announced the availability of a six-page, full-color brochure, Bulletin 100, that details the Moor-Free Rapid Release System. This innovative computer-assisted system allows offshore rig operators to safely free a vessel from its moorings four times faster than

  • —Literature Available Baldt Incorporated of Chester, Pa., recently introduced the second generation MOOR-FREE™ II rapid release system, the latest in a series of developments that allow rig operators to free a vessel from its moorings instantaneously. Significant improvements were implemented into

  • MT Jul-19#69  but are 
supports the company’s SBI high-resolution)
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    and a survey team. Launch and to be performed by acting as a multi-sensor platform that recovery methods are, however, vessel-dependent but are supports the company’s SBI high-resolution sub-bottom generally carried out via the vessel crane or A-Frame used in imager payload in addition to other sensors

  • MT Jul-19#67  research and new marine tech
The Fisheries and Marine Institute)
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    tion across sectors to connect local and international com- Applied research and new marine tech The Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial Univer- panies in the ocean industry, its ? ve main areas of operation sity of Newfoundland, (the Marine Institute) in St John’s, being marine transportation

  • MT Jul-19#59  Buoyancy. Finally, to  niques. The company was founded in)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 59

    Ad- Lindorm, Inc. Buoyancy, Umbilical Buoyancy and vanced Photogrammetry & Laser Tech- https://lindorm.com Buckle Mitigation Buoyancy. Finally, to niques. The company was founded in Lindorm, Inc. is a private Florida cor- January 2009, and has been carried out poration that in 2006 took over the ac- coincide

  • MT Jul-19#35  Saipem
Saipem’s Hydrone R – in the ?  esh and ready for real)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 35

    Saipem: From concept to reality Image: Saipem Saipem’s Hydrone R – in the ? esh and ready for real world testing. (which bought BG Group, which had in turn been developing the same base, or 20km, if it’s transiting to another base. the FlatFish concept with Brazilian and German institutions). Saipem

  • MT Jul-19#28  in project development.
from the ocean abyss to the polar)
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    sales and technical support and enter into closer 20%. RBR customers are actively using Generation³ products collaborations in project development. from the ocean abyss to the polar ice caps to make great dis- RBR makes high-precision instruments used for measuring coveries. RBR has expanded product offerings

  • MT Jul-19#27  was founded in 2017.  
the water and, while on the)
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    SubSeaSail strated that it can sail above or below SubSeaSail was founded in 2017. the water and, while on the surface, The business model includes sales, could perform missions such as de- leasing, service and SaaS. The SSS ploying and/or recharging unmanned team consists of the following person- aeri

  • MT Jul-19#24 , environmental study and other  tions.The FlowQuest Acoustic)
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    for offshore oil exploration, con- curate and cost-effective Ultra Short Baseline (USBL) solu- struction, drilling, survey, environmental study and other tions.The FlowQuest Acoustic Current Pro? lers, FlowScout oceanographic applications. The company’s acoustic com- Acoustic Flow Meters and NavQuest

  • MT Jul-19#23 .ohmsett.com
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Ohmsett – The National Oil Spill Response)
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    Ohmsett Leonardo, NJ President/CEO: Paul Meyer, BSEE Technical Representative Website: www.ohmsett.com Ohmsett Ohmsett – The National Oil Spill Response Research & Re- waves that more closely approximate waves in the ocean, and newable Energy Test facility is the test bed for some of the most waves that

  • MT Jul-19#22  Engineering
response to the imminent imposition of)
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    Employees: 40 www.chelsea.co.uk Sea Sentry, Chelsea Technologies’ wash water monitor, has increased its sales in Balmoral Offshore Engineering response to the imminent imposition of the IMO 2020 Sulfur Cap regulations. Ini- Balmoral Offshore Engineering tial sales of the product were to European manufacturers

  • MT Jul-19#21  and analysis. The company’s  class-leading)
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    systems and platform designed to work across dif- cloud-based infrastructure for data ferent market segments. Alongside Evolution storage and analysis. The company’s class-leading operational, digital, subsea portfolio includes single and power and propulsion systems for di- It takes superior senses

  • MT Jul-19#12  more than 30 million jobs and  The Commandant is clearly passionate)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 12

    MTR 100 Greg Trauthwein support more than 30 million jobs and The Commandant is clearly passionate increased vulnerability. We’re building $5.4 trillion in economic activity. about all matters maritime, and he real- out our cyber capability at the Coast A key document for Admiral Schultz’s izes too

  • MT Sep-19#49  might  work?  ow bene?  ts. These including a structured)
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    that will design tools can offer a variety of technical, ? nancial, and carry both roles of transit AUV and workhorse ROV) might work? ow bene? ts. These including a structured “extruded require a balanced perspective for a “compromise” design. foil” framework for management of the design parameters

  • MT Sep-19#48  develop- speci?  cations of the propulsor and drive system)
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    Courtesy Hydrocomp Inc. By Donald MacPherson, Technical Director, HydroComp, Inc. Many companies involved in submersible vehicle develop- speci? cations of the propulsor and drive system, and only ment also look to equip the vehicle with a custom thruster. then can the propeller and nozzle components be designed

  • MT Sep-19#47  lot with maritime domain  Maybe they will eventually come here)
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    Are you doing a lot with maritime domain Maybe they will eventually come here to work awareness and AIS? someday? Yes. We have a group that is gathering and fusing together The woman who’s leading this effort for the La Spe- huge amounts of AIS and radar data and doing a lot of predic- zia School

  • MT Sep-19#27 could be detected, both in the dissolved phase and as)
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    could be detected, both in the dissolved phase and as bubbles. technical point of view. Placing 3 tonnes of CO2 on the sea- These results have clearly demonstrated the utility of combin- bed and releasing it in a controlled manner 3 m below the ing a number of sensing and monitoring approaches to detect

  • MT Sep-19#25 was then to test how well an array of  from any naturally)
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    was then to test how well an array of from any naturally occurring CO2. sensors, developed and built for the ROVs and autonomous underwater CONTROL experiment, might perform. vehicles (AUVs) bearing other sen- Acoustic and optical instruments sors completed the arsenal of tech- were deployed to detect

  • MT Sep-19#6  of AllegroGraph, 
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the leading Semantic Graph)
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    of SNAME and Franz Inc., an early innovator in Arti? cial member of its Propulsion Hydrodynamics Intelligence and provider of AllegroGraph, Panel. the leading Semantic Graph Database. Manley Boot Justin Manley is a technologist and Kelvin Boot is a Science Communicator executive with experience

  • MN Sep-19#44  Beier Inegrated Systems
The ABC’s of DP 101
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    September 2019 - Marine News page: 44

    DYNAMIC POSITIONING Credit: Beier Inegrated Systems The ABC’s of DP 101 Dynamic Positioning has been around for a while, it is evolving and it is here to stay. Here to sort it all out are two of industry’s more familiar stakeholders who also explain what might come next. By Joseph Keefe hen it comes to

  • MN Sep-19#39 PROPULSION
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    PROPULSION However, the IMO’s decision last year to set ? rm GHG LNG suppliers are waiting for demand to mature before targets for 2030 (at least a 40% reduction per cargo tonne/ they build the required infrastructure to serve shipping. mile against 2008 levels) and 2050 (50% less GHG out- The industry

  • MN Sep-19#8   Nicolette Nye is Vice Presi-
the law ? rm of Baldwin Haspel)
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    Authors Contributors & Mr. DeMarcay is a partner in Nicolette Nye is Vice Presi- the law ? rm of Baldwin Haspel dent of Communications and Burke & Mayer. His areas of Member Development of the practice include Commercial National Ocean Industries MarineNews Litigation, Admiralty, Personal Associati

  • MR Aug-19#68  productivity by eliminat-
ing the need to cut ship stiffeners)
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    P PRODUCTS SHIPBUILDING TOOLS HGG Ship Pro? ler HGG’S new UPC 450 Ship Pro? ler increases cut- ting and pre-fabrication productivity by eliminat- ing the need to cut ship stiffeners and spools by hand. HGG production automation combines ship stiffener cutting, 3D pro? le cutting with optional tube

  • MR Aug-19#59  & FOUNDER, FUELTRAX
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    F FUEL EFFICIENCY INTERVIEW WITH ANTHONY GEORGE, CEO & FOUNDER, FUELTRAX MONEY IN THE TANK FUELTRAX melds decades of maritime experience with NASA engineering experience to deliver real-time, ac- “Customers who utilize curate fuel monitoring and savings. Anthony George, the real-time throttle recommendat

  • MR Aug-19#35  ?  eet) needed to be ice strengthened  rowing a page from)
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    sea ? eet) needed to be ice strengthened rowing a page from megayacht design, to provide access to Zodiac rafts. Silver depths- there is a new consideration; the with additional plating, and a bulbous employs “Novurania” yacht tenders that Cloud’s re? t also included special load- two Seabourn

  • MR Aug-19#31 experience with other vessel types: “De  operation in the)
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    experience with other vessel types: “De operation in the in the region). Janssens, with IT. Also, we have made further steps and demands have to be integrated with Hoop has many years of experience with from De Hoop said the importance of in production ef? ciency and also we are the technical vessel.