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Marine Design Annual
CONTENTS NUMBER 10 / VOLUME 77 / OCTOBER 2015 24
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IN THIS EDITION
MARINE DESIGN 8 THE UP [?] SIDE OF 22 BLACK MARKET REFRIGERANTS 16 ERGONOMICS @ SEA
WSS contends that black market refrigerants pose a major
As ships get larger and crews get smaller, ergonomics is an CLIMATE CHANGE safety risk to shipping.
increasingly important design consideration.
Climate change is no laughing matter, but the Galapagos Pen- guines – and perhaps short-sea shipping – will bene? t.
By Svenn Jacobsen By Thomas Ask
By Joseph Keefe 18 SOPHISTICATED ASSESSMENT 28 FIGHT FIRE WITH TRAINING
Van Oord asked MARIN to perform a full assessment of the 12 THE LAST TOURIST TRAP
While technology to keep ships ? re free have come a long way, hull lines of its new hopper dredger
As access to the North Pole becomes logistically easier, our advanced ? re? ghting training is an ongoing need.
author warns on the consequences of rushing up north. By Luigi Francesco Minerva By Greg Trauthwein
By Dennis L. Bryant 56 OPENING THE AIRWAVES 24 INNOVATIVE LNG CONTAINMENT TANK
KVH recently introduced the mini-VSAT Broadband 2.0 in its 14 MAKING SENSE, TAKING RISKS
Tank design can reduce the cost of an LNG carrier 10%.
As software solutions proliferate throughout maritime, its impor- continuing quest to dominate the sector.
tant to take stock of human behavior in the shipping industry.
By Thomas Lamb & Regu Ramoo By Tom Mulligan
By Matti Bargefried 34 UNMANNED VESSELS 62 HARD PROBLEM, SOFT SOLUTION
The push for autonomous marine operations is picking up
More than ever, software solutions dictate maritime matters, 20 THE COST-CONSCIOUS MANAGER steam, and unmanned vessels will be a market reality.
As offshore and maritime companies wonder where to trim from design through daily operations.
costs, its time to look to the skies for billions of savings.
By Henrik Segercrantz
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