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MARIN Report 114: Extreme Environments MARIN Report 114: Extreme Environments

In this issue of MARIN Report we take a look at the research MARIN has done in the field of Extreme Environments. Hess Corporation outlines in an interview why it always returns to MARIN to find their specific answers and we show how we tested Hess' Stampede TLP in waves, wind and current. We also take a close look at the influence of LNG sloshing on offloading operations and at experiments with artificial ince in model test campaigns. And we explain how MARIN's tug simulators were used to investigate tugs working in extreme conditions and how MARIN worked on a motion based simulator for the Dutch Navy.

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