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This Video is shot by Marine Engineer Arjun Kalra in a container ship- MSC MATILDE. He has brilliantly covered all the important engine room machinery and systems right from tunnel to funnel (Top to Bottom). If you are a new bee, this is a must watch video to understand how the engine room of a cargo ship looks like. Thank You Arjun Kalra for submitting this video.
Learn about the different parts of the ship's boiler and steam system and also know the correct procedure for boiler operation. To know more about the construction and working of different types of systems on ships, checkout Marine Insight guides at http://www.marineinsight.com/guides
With the SIHARBOR shore connection system, berthed ships can draw the needed energy from onshore. SIHARBOR provides a fast, simple and flexible connection to the ship via a cable management system. It fully complies with the standards IEC/ISO/IEEE 80005 and fulfils the different power requirements of port operators, ship-owners, shipyards and power supply companies. http://www.siemens.com/siharbor
The Marine Roll & Pitch Control solution (patent pending) provides up to 79,8% damping of roll and pitch on ships. Due to its design the solution is energy efficient. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This video will enable one to understand the advantages of using High Voltage On board ships. Simple and easy calculations will make you understand the basics of "fault protection level" of a circuit. Music: License https://machinimasound.com/license/ Intro: GBOYSTUBE
Dynamic positioning (DP) is a computer controlled system to automatically maintain a ship's position and heading by using her own propellers and thrusters.
''Understanding Modern Dynamic Positioning Systems For Ships'' ----------SWIBER OFFSHORE SINGAPORE------------- A ship designed to meet extreme working conditions has to manage risks in an effective manner. One way of making sure that the vessel is capable of operation with a fair degree of reliability is by ensuring the various systems onboard the vessel are redundant in certain aspects. In this article, we will take a look at modern day Modern Dynamic Positioning Systems and become familiar with interesting terms associated with these designs. Redundancy is said to be the hallmark of an excellent evolved design which hopes to tackle system failure. It is the ability of a system to regain or maintain normal function under at least a single mode of failure.
Footage shows loading the Phalanx Close In Weapons System (CIWS) "seewiz" and test firing from three different U.S. Navy ships - USS Underwood (FFG-36), USS Nimitz (CVN-68), and USS Antietam (CG-54). The CIWS is a radar guided 20 mm M61 Vulcan Gatling gun autocannon used primarily for defence against anti-ship missiles. It is installed on all U.S. Navy surface combatant ships, and is capable of locking onto incoming missiles and firing 4,500 rounds per minute. Film Credits: PO3 Samuel Souvannason, SN David Flewellyn
Polaris ships bridge simulator used to supplement maritime training courses at Diverso Impex - Maritime training center in Croatia. Check out the list of simulator STCW courses - http://goo.gl/SnRPGo Maritime training and crewing center DIVERSO IMPEX LLC is among the first companies that started with the professional training of seafarers in Croatia. Seafarers Training takes place on the cutting-edge teaching and simulation equipment (Ship’s Bridge Simulator Polaris, Arpa Radar, electronic maps, ship simulator, ROC, fire polygon, lifeboat, …), all with the participation of highly skilled and professional teachers with years of experience in the maritime industry. Diverso Impex LLC in Split is certified by ISO quality system. FULL MISSION BRIDGE SIMULATOR "POLARIS" by KONGSBERG is a devi...
To find out more about the system, please visit our website: http://www.silverstream-tech.com/ The Silverstream® System, an air lubrication technology for shipping, is a unique system that reduces frictional resistance between the water and the hull surface, dramatically reducing fuel consumption and associated emissions. Cruise operators are proactively looking to minimise the environmental impact of their operations without negatively impacting services. They are doing this by getting ahead of regulations and implementing proven clean technologies that increase efficiencies and reduce fuel consumption and associated emissions. Air lubrication technology is one of the most comprehensively described eco-efficiency technologies validated by the United Nations International Maritime Organ...
SeaRAM in ACTION! U.S. Navy ships LIVE FIRE – supersonic Rolling Airframe Missile launch! The SeaRAM anti-ship missile defense system combines the Close-In Weapons System (CIWS) self-defense radars and firing functions with the RAM; this CIWS/RAM combo provides a supremely capable anti-cruise missile defensive response. These weapons tests were successfully carried out on an Independence-class littoral combat ship & secondly on-board a guided-missile destroyer (locations undisclosed). Please note: that the video features controlled launch exercises only. ...and thank you for visiting the Ultimate Military Channel. We aim to visually educate and entertain by providing our viewers with timely, highest quality, globally sourced military media. We'll cover the gamut of contemporary milit...
The water mist fixed firefighting system for ships is (in my opinion) one of the most significant advancements in shipboard firefighting since the smoke detector,
P-Trap® is a passive non-lethal self protection method against piracy. The trap is a boom that is extended from the bow of a vessel on both sides. P-Trap® lines are installed on the boom. The lines are guided from the boom to the water surface with a conductor (hanging spreader bar). The lines float on water and disable the pirates engine by trapping the propeller. The system is designed to be non-lethal using a breakaway connection. When a propeller is trapped, the line will break and the pirate vessel will be left floating inoperable.
AIDAprima is a cruise ship being built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) for the German cruise operator AIDA Cruises. MHI was awarded a contract to build two new generation cruise ships for AIDA Cruises in August 2011. AIDAprima is expected to embark on her maiden voyage from October 2015, sailing from the Japanese city of Yokohama to Hamburg, Germany. The cruise vessel will be the first to sail from the German port of Hamburg all year round. AIDAprima has a length of 300m, width of 37.6m and a draft of 8m. The gross tonnage of the cruise ship, which will be classified under the DNV GL class, is 124,500t.The new cruise ship will feature 1,643 staterooms of 14 different categories to accommodate up to 3,300 passengers. The Hyperion Class AIDAprima will be the first cruise ship to use MH...
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MTU presents made-to-measure E-Drive system solutions incorporating diesel engines and electric motors, energy storage batteries, power electronics, control systems and gearboxes. These integrated propulsion modules offer shipbuilders benefits such as low emission levels, low fuel consumption and outstanding performance.
The shipping company Aida Cruises, Ports of Stockholm and the Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) show how the wastewater is handled and purified on board cruise ships and in port. Ports of Stockholm can receive wastewater from all cruise ships and at all piers and connect to the city's water treatment facilities. Eight out of ten cruise ships leave wastewater at Ports of Stockholm. Most cruise ships also have their own advanced purification systems on board. CLIA has 98 percent of the world's cruise lines as members.
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Situation Report (SITREP) detailing some of the new classes of ships, aircraft, and missiles that would be joining the fleet in the late 1970s & early 1980s. The Secretary of Navy, Chief of Naval Operations, project managers, and other specialists describe new developments in weapons systems including: The Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye all-weather, carrier-based tactical airborne warning and control system platform; The Grumman F-14 Tomcat supersonic, twin-engine, two-seat, variable-sweep wing fighter aircraft; The Lockheed S-3 Viking, a four-seat, twin-engine turbofan-powered jet aircraft that was used to identify and track enemy submarines; CVAN attack aircraft carrier with nuclear propulsion; SSN nuclear-powered general-purpose attack submarine; Landing H...
For surface vessels, DCNS has developed a range of multi-function combat management systems, which respond to the operational needs of the 21st century. SETIS® is offered in two versions: integrated combat for corvettes or light frigates and combat superiority for frigates and destroyers. It integrates a broad range of equipment types, sensors and long-range weapons, which provide the capacity to simultaneously conduct all types of defence and attack actions. It is also equipped with an ergonomic and intuitive interface that allows the crew to be extremely reactive in the case of a significant event.