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Johan H de Jong

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MARIN makes practical contribution to the development of Autonomous Sailing

Dec 15, 2017

Reading time 6 minutes

A great deal of debate and speculation surrounds autonomous sailing. And while MARIN does not pretend to know all the answers, we are taking ...
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Assessing the human role in the early design phase

Nov 22, 2016

Reading time 3 minutes

Many navy new building projects face a double challenge; the variety and complexity of operations are increasing, while at the same time, a ...
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Simulations - From concept to operation

Dec 8, 2015

Reading time 6 minutes

Simulation is the imitation of real-world operations. This broad definition fully applies to MARIN's contribution to the maritime world as MARIN ...
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IMO Minimum Power Requirement - A joint way ahead in adverse conditions

Dec 6, 2014

Reading time 3 minutes

New JIP aims to deliver better design for sustained speed in a seaway, following new EEDI regulations.
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SHARES shows unique results

Apr 14, 2013

Reading time 3 minutes

Underway for a year, the SHARES project on the understanding of thruster dynamics is showing unique results, both at full and model scale.
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Safetug: a unique €3 million JIP concludes

Dec 14, 2010

Reading time 3 minutes

SAFETUG is recognised as a unique, first-ever platform contributing to developing the tug industry, making it safer and more efficient. As SAFETUG ...
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Damen ATD Tug 2412 Twin Fin Concept

May 17, 2010

Since 1927, Damen has had a reputation for building compact tugs and workboats. As technology hasdeveloped and the size and scale of towage ...
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Two new JIPs launch

Aug 12, 2009

Reading time 6 minutes

Report provides an update on two of the latest Joint Industry Projects, one investigating the mysteries of the moonpool and the other looking into ...
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Is slowing down always the answer to combat soaring oil prices?

Aug 22, 2008

Reading time 3 minutes

Towering bunker prices are clearly here to stay and they will finally lead to either lowering vessel design speeds, or to a further increase in ...
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SAFETUG I successfully concludes but SAFETUG II prepares to launch

Oct 17, 2007

Reading time 3 minutes

As the very successful SAFETUG I joint industry project draws to a close, SAFETUG II is following sharp on its heels. This time the focus will be on ...
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SAFETUG provides first conclusions

Feb 1, 2007

Reading time 3 minutes

The tug industry is extremely busy and changing rapidly. Healthy order books are filled with interesting and innovative designs.
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The right vessel for the right job

Aug 1, 2006

Reading time 2 minutes

Cost Effective Operations project
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MARIN goes East

Jan 1, 2006

Reading time 6 minutes

Report looks at a very special 'guanxi' (relationship) as MARIN joins forces with the Shanghai Shipping and Ship Research Institute (SSSRI) of China.
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LNG seminar hits the right note with the industry

Mar 1, 2004

Reading time 3 minutes

A recent two-day seminar organised by MARIN and SIGTTO on LNG shipping operations attracted a lot of attention both from the industry and the ...
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LNG shipping interfaces: Ports, Terminals and Offshore

Dec 1, 2003

Reading time 3 minutes

As consequence of the many new LNG shipping and terminal activities, MARIN and SIGTTO1 have organised a two-day seminar on LNG shipping operations. ...
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Tugs and towing focus of industry projects

Sep 1, 2003

Reading time 3 minutes

During the International Tug Convention held in Bilbao 2002, an initial meeting was held to discuss a possible Joint Industry Project (JIP) on tugs ...
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Safety versus Risk in ports and at sea

Dec 1, 2002

Reading time 6 minutes

Next to the safety of day-to-day nautical operations, port authorities need to keep the total levels of risk in their ports as low as reasonably ...
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MARIN helps ensure LNG port and terminal safety

Dec 1, 2002

Reading time 3 minutes

One issue always high on the maritime industry's list of priorities concerns the design of port lay-outs and terminals suitable for LNG-carriers ...
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MSCN offers bright view on the future

Aug 1, 2002

Reading time 3 minutes

MARIN's nautical centre MSCN celebrates 10 years of in-house manoeuvring simulator development and over 30 years of simulator use.
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MARIN spearheads JIP into future role of the tug

Apr 1, 2002

Reading time 3 minutes

An increased public awareness of safety and environmental issues, means tanker escorting into busy harbours and terminals, is under the spotlight. ...
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MSCN's manoeuvres for improved ship safety

Dec 1, 2000

Reading time 6 minutes

The safety of ships at sea has been an increasingly high profile subject in recent years, and despite some improvements in certain maritime sectors, ...
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MARIN's Nautical Centre MSCN: consultancy and training

Dec 1, 1998

Reading time 3 minutes

MSCN's staff comes out of two distinct, but related, professional backgrounds: shipping and civil engineering. Since MSCN's training activities for ...
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Opening of new, upgraded simulators

Dec 1, 1998

Reading time 3 minutes

On October 22, 1998 MARIN's Nautical Centre MSCN officially opened its upgraded VTS (Vessel Traffic Service System) and VTMIS (Vessel Traffic ...

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