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Why the marine industry needs to ditch the design spiral in ship design and engineering

While the traditional design spiral method for designing marine vessels has been around for decades,…

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3 simulation technologies the marine industry needs to adopt to optimize ship design

As the global economic slowdown and the continued push toward more sustainable operations, the marine…

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Five reasons to adopt a simulation-driven approach to the ship design process

We’ve discussed before the need for naval architects to move away from the design spiral…

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How can the global shipping industry become more sustainable?

Global shipping activities are estimated to contribute 2-3% of total global carbon emissions annually. As…

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INEOS TEAM UK: Exclusive behind-the-scenes

The America’s Cup is a technology race. This means that even though the main event…

How to steer your shipbuilding projects to success

Watch the little things; a small leak will sink a great ship. Benjamin Franklin Unprecedented…

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Supporting INEOS TEAM UK in the development of the ultimate racing monohull for the 36th…

Light-bulb economics and basic engineering of auxiliary systems

Be it light bulbs or heavy duty assets used onboard marine vessels, the cost of ownership matters. Find out how Siemens technologies enable sustainable designs….

Sail away this summer with our Marine on-demand webinars

Did your long-awaited seaside holidays get cancelled? Do you wish you were sitting on a…

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Procurement, early design and digitalization in the post COVID-19 marine industry

New challenges don’t always need new solutions. It is fascinating to see how different businesses…