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STW  grants  research programme SLING in the STW Perspective call STW grants research programme SLING in the STW Perspective call

Through the STW Perspective programme, the unique public-private cooperation SLING has been established between five top ranking research groups, the international LNG industry, the Dutch shipping and shipbuilding industry, Dutch engineering companies, and MARIN. SLING is a 5.3 M Euro research programme with a 3.45 M Euro grant from STW.


Integrated design of asymmetric aftbody and propeller to maximize energy efficiency
With the implementation of the EEDI, energy saving and emission reduction of ships, especially merchant ships, become more and more important. To achieve high efficiency and low emissions, recently Energy Saving Devices (ESDs) have been re-studied and installed to many ships, both new buildings…
MARIN at Marintec China, Shanghai, December 1-4
Visit us at stand N1F51-15 in the ‘Maritime by Holland’ Pavilion of Netherlands Maritime Technology at the Marintec China 2015 Conference & Exhibition. MARIN will be present together with its Chinese partner, Shanghai Ship and Shipping Research Institute (SSSRI).
Bank effects for KVLCC2
A study is presented on ship-bank interaction effects in which viscous-flow solvers are used to predict the hydrodynamic forces and moments on the ship. The paper will show that with careful setup of the computations, reliable predictions of the ship-bank interaction effects can be obtained.