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Jos Koning

Senior Project Manager

Performance at Sea

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Publications
Magazine
Do It: catching waves at 30 knots!

Sep 13, 2019

Reading time 3 minutes

The Do It project aims to increase the operability of small boat operations by the forward prediction of vessel motions using radar remote sensing ...
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Why wait for the seventh wave?

Nov 23, 2016

Reading time 6 minutes

The Royal Netherlands Navy, NLR (the Dutch Aerospace Laboratory), RADAC, Amarcon/ABB and MARIN joined in the 'Salute' project to work out a ...
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Ensuring design meets operating reality

Aug 29, 2014

Reading time 6 minutes

Monitoring - Does your ship perform as expected? Is the operating environment as anticipated? Should the next vessel be the same? MARIN helps ...
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Designed for waves

Aug 30, 2013

Reading time 3 minutes

Platform Supply Vessels are the ultimate challenge when it comes to ship design. While calm water performance is important, for these ships it is ...
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Comparisons of Means for Estimating Sea States from an Advancing Large Container Ship

Jul 17, 2013

Voyages were constructed from the AIS data by collecting information of ships crossing the boundaries of the study area. For each crossing line at ...
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Full scale container ship cross section loads - first results

Sep 19, 2012

A measurement campaign is being carried out onboard a 9300 TEU container vessel. Results for a measurement in storm conditions have been compared to ...
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Moonpool mysteries

Dec 16, 2011

Reading time 6 minutes

Report highlights several initiatives going on investigating the unknowns of the moonpool including test programmes and a new Joint Industry Project.
Magazine
Yachting - a highly demanding market

Aug 2, 2011

Reading time 12 minutes

MARIN has long been committed to serving the global yachting market; assisting in the engineering of innovative designs and complex systems. These ...
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Is cargo securing in need of shoring up?

Dec 14, 2010

Reading time 3 minutes

Supported by the Dutch government, MARIN initiated the Lashing@Sea Joint Industry Project to obtain a snapshot of current cargo securing practices ...
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Exactly how foul is the fouling problem?

Aug 12, 2009

Reading time 6 minutes

Since the ban on tributyltin (TBT) anti-fouling paints from 2003, the effect of fouling on ship performance has again become an issue. TBT ...
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MARIN tests Fall Pipe Ship design for Boskalis

Apr 24, 2009

Reading time 3 minutes

Fall Pipe Ships combine the robustness of a working vessel with the precision of a surgeon as they drop rocks on exactly the right place. This ...
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The Achilles heel of sea transport

Oct 17, 2007

Reading time 3 minutes

Crew, vessel and cargo, are assumed ready for the perils of the sea when they have met the industry standards and regulations but the game changes ...
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Lashing@Sea in pursuit of safety and efficiency

Aug 1, 2006

Reading time 3 minutes

A Joint Industry Project has been launched to address the need for the right balance between safety and operational efficiency for container, ro-ro ...
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Is state-of-the-art decision support technology all it's cracked up to be?

Apr 1, 2006

Reading time 3 minutes

In the coming years there will be an increasing number of heavy cargo transports and offshore installations of medium and heavy weight modules. ...
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Monitoring software for Imtech UniMACS' Integrated Bridge System

Jan 1, 2006

Reading time 3 minutes

Advisory systems are being used more and more frequently onboard ships to assist officers in operating the ship more safely and economically. By ...
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Lashing@Sea JIP addresses the problem of containers lost at sea

Sep 1, 2005

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Unofficial sources estimate that the number of containers lost at sea worldwide is between 2,000 and 10,000 each year. Lashing@Sea aims to tie down ...
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Hull structural loads at the heart of CRS research

Nov 1, 2004

Reading time 3 minutes

With ship owners, classification societies and shipyards among its members, it is no surprise that the research area of ship structures has received ...
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MASTering the art…

Aug 1, 2004

Reading time 3 minutes

The 'Best Mast' project aims to tackle the roblems of mast design as current industry knowledge is often stretched beyond all previous experience.
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SMACS project investigates hi-tech software performance

Sep 1, 2003

Reading time 3 minutes

Numerical tools allow unusual structures to be designed and operated, where traditional ship building experience no longer applies. Despite the ...
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Cavitation on waterjet pump made visible

Dec 1, 2002

Reading time 3 minutes

WŠrtsilŠ Jets, the Royal Netherlands Navy and MARIN have joined forces to examine the cavitation characteristics of waterjet impellers.
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'Pods in Service' initiative provides invaluable data

Dec 1, 2001

Reading time 6 minutes

In the last few years there has been a breakthrough in the application of podded propellers.Report outlines the short history of the Joint Industry ...
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OWASE II: capturing waves

Apr 1, 2001

Reading time 3 minutes

Wind,waves and currents: the environment that ships and offshore structures have to stand up against. Having accurate information on the actual ...