Shipbuilding Technology

  • U.K.-based international shipyard consultants A and P Appled o r e ( A P A ) have sold t h e i r shipbuilding technology survey technique to the U.S. Department of Commerce, Maritime Administration.

    The survey technique is a system developed by the British firm two years ago to measure on a worldwide basis the level of technology used in 70 different asp e c t s of shipbuilding yard operation.

    The Maritime Administration is now using the APA system to assess U.S. shipbuilding technology at 14 leading shipyards.

    The operation is being carried out by Marine Equipment Leasing (MEL), the American marine consultants, under the direct supervision of the Administration and APA.

    Two senior Appledore consultants have returned from Washington, D.C., after a detailed briefing of MEL and Administration staff. MEL will now carry out surveys in the shipyards, and later this year will visit Appledore's Newcastle upon Tyne northeast England office, to prepare its reports and compile a c o n s o l i d a t e d industry report, which will compare U.S. shipbuilding technology with major foreign shipyards.

    APA say that there has never been a uniform i n d u s t r y - w i d e evaluation of shipbuilding technology, and the study will identify areas where the U.S. shipbuilders are leading or lagging behind their foreign counterparts.

    It will thus provide the U.S. with a sound basis for developing a research and development program to improve the efficiency and productivity of its shipyards.

    The Appledore survey technique has been widely used in both s h i p b u i l d i n g and ship repair yards in the U.K., Canada, India, Egypt, and France.

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    . Friday's sessions, which are unclassified, will be held at the Biloxi Hilton Hotel. The morning program is on "Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding Technology." Included in the presentations are discussions on structural design and stress loads, naval architecture, crew requirements and general

  • representative, handles marketing as well as export and import. The UPS organization includes Centromor, Ship Design and Research Center, Shipbuilding Technology Center, Computer Center for Shipbuilding Industry, six shipyards, 18 ship equipment manufacturing plants and three organizations dealing

  • installation of new equipment and the creation of new facilities; this will complement a recent agreement with -Japanese shipbuilder IHI for shipbuilding technology transfer with the aim of introducing within the yard the very latest in production methods. MIL-Davie's president and chief executive

  • Centre, and Business & Industrial Trade Fairs Ltd. Supporting Organizers are the Dalian Municipal Bureau of Communications and Dalian Shipbuilding Technology Centre. The exhibition booths are now available for reservation. For details, please click to www.shiport.co

  • cutting machine will be supplied by the Swedish ESAB Group. ESAB is a world leader in welding and cutting technology and a partner in TTS's shipbuilding activities. The new equipment will be delivered in the second half of this year. The contract includes installation, operator training, and

  • to prepare for upcoming shipbuilding projects. James R. Vander Schaaf has been promoted to program manager for the shipyard's Advanced Shipbuilding Technology Program and its Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) Department. Jerry L. Steiner was promoted to director of

  • be built at Sestao, two to be built at Puerto Real, and the fifth still undecided) that takes advantage of the millions invested in updating the shipbuilding technology and capacity at Sestao, and also of the many relationships the shipbuilding company Izar has forged with companies around the globe to deliver

  • and Nissho Iwai Inc. have announced the signing of an agreement with Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd., Tokyo, for the transfer of Japanese shipbuilding technology to Canada to be used in Dome's proposed new Canadian shipyard. The new shipyard is an integral part of Dome's Western LNG Project to sell

  • worker productivity; planning and production control; and development of shipbuilding standards. Also, U.S. implementation of foreign shipbuilding technology; materials handling and other industrial engineering concerns; productivity issues in Navy building, repair, and overhaul; and productivity

  • The bulk carrier Pride of Texas (shown above), first of a new class of U.S.-flag merchant ships, was delivered recently by Levingston Shipbuilding Company of Orange, Texas, to her owners, Asco-Falcon Shipping Company of Houston. The new ship, about 612 feet long with a beam of 93 feet

  • . Sustained sea speed will be 18 knots. Four DeLaval ship-service turbogenerators will provide 2,500 kw of electric power. To embrace improved shipbuilding technology and meet requirements for construction of the submarine tenders, LSCC is adding facilities and improvements which will cost approximately

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    Robotic Hull Cleaning The robotic hull cleaning system re- factor for ports that are increasingly ily concerning air quality, noise and the cently received a big boost to its busi- concerned that heavy metals and micro- natural environment and biodiversity ness when the Dutch national regulatory plastics

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    Remote Sensing Riverine Exploration A layered view of high-resolution topobathymetric LiDAR models of the Kootenai River project. A. Li- DAR point cloud with orthoimagery drape. B. Hyperspectral Analysis. Image: Quantum Spatial Inc. C. LiDAR-derived bare-earth and bathymetric elevation model. time

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    LEFT: An inline DVL on the Fusion vehicle have brought creative developments to the ? eld. Teledyne RDI, the successor to the ? rst company to commercialize the ADCP, continues to deliver key technologies, especially DVLs, for un- dersea vehicles. One of the most common unmanned undersea vehicles in

  • MT Nov-19#34 ADCPs & DVLs
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    Photo: Hydromea The LUMA modem has been used to transmit gyro data via an ROV to the sur- face, to aid subsea crane operations. Hydromea’s LUMA modem was used to transmit data from Ashtead’s AMS+ system. Photo: Hydromea www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology Reporter 33 MTR #9 (18-33).

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    2020 & Beyond: Tech Trends Photo: Hydromea Hydromea’s LUMA modem. enough thrusters, batteries for endurance, and small what’s happening subsea. acoustic modems. In addition, they were asked by Ger- A LUMA modem was deployed by Rever Offshore at many’s Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) to expand their a

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    A Water Linked locator. Photo: Water Linked tion for inspection or intervention work. It’s due to be launched early 2020. Depth rated to 300m, it is set to have a mini- mum altitude of 0.15 m, 50 m maximum altitude from its 25mm high and 55mm diminutive form factor. Hydromea Providing a communications