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Yvonne Koldenhof

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Maritime Operations

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Magazine
Assessing the impact of offshore wind farms in the North Sea

Dec 15, 2018

Reading time 6 minutes

MARIN is assisting the Dutch government with policy making issues concerning the development of offshore wind farms. Currently we are examining all ...
Paper
Frequency of Spill Model for Area Risk Assessment of Ship-Source Oil Spills in Canadian Waters

Oct 1, 2017

In this paper a description is given of the SAMSON model that was used within Area Risk Assessment methodology, developed for Transport Canada, to ...
Magazine
Marine hazards to subsea cables and pipelines

Apr 21, 2017

Reading time 3 minutes

In February 1989 the ro-ro vessel Vinca Gorthon ran into heavy weather and sank off the Dutch coast. She landed on an oil pipeline that was ...
Magazine
Accurate predictions for noise levels of cavitating propellers now possible

Aug 19, 2016

Reading time 6 minutes

As underwater radiated noise levels in the oceans increases, MARIN has investigated just how much cavitating propellers are to blame.
Magazine
Leading research institutes explore the future of unmanned transport

Dec 8, 2015

Reading time 3 minutes

With an increasing interest in the possibility of autonomic sailing ships, several initiatives are underway. MARIN is carrying out unmanned ship ...
Paper
Real-time Dynamic Risk levels

Oct 1, 2014

To determine the safety levels in a certain sea or port area, one can use the more traditional risk or safety assessment models, which determine the ...
Magazine
Quantitative Risk Analysis for LNG terminals

Aug 29, 2014

Reading time 3 minutes

MARIN conducts Quantitative Risk Analysis for moored, small-scale LNG carriers and LNG barges for a Rotterdam LNG terminal.
Magazine
New North Sea route structure successfully implemented

Apr 25, 2014

Reading time 3 minutes

For centuries, sea life and ships were the only users of the sea but then the offshore industry started to explore and more recently, renewable ...
Magazine
Improving nautical risk modelling with the help of AIS

Aug 2, 2011

Reading time 3 minutes

AIS has proven to be a valuable data source in vessel tracking for all kinds of applications, ranging from cargo tracking to detecting piracy. MARIN ...
Magazine
Taking on the challenge of risk assessment at sea

Aug 26, 2010

Reading time 3 minutes

How does one predict an incident that occurs once every 5,000 years and more importantly, how can these predictions be validated?
Paper
The implementation of risk analysis as an integrated operational and legal instrument with respect to maritime traffic

Jan 26, 2010

Risk analysis as an integrated operational and legal instrument with respect to the safety of maritime traffic
Paper
Risk Awareness; a model to calculate the risk of a ship dynamically

Oct 16, 2009

The possibility of monitoring traffic has improved considerably since the introduction of AIS. A much better view of what is going on at sea offers ...
Paper
Development of a MOS center and its role in dynamic routing

Oct 16, 2009

This paper emanates from the European Research Project MarNIS. Three new concepts were introduced. The first was the introduction of a MOS center. ...
Magazine
Safety assessment for offshore wind farms with SAMSON

Aug 12, 2009

Reading time 3 minutes

The Dutch government aims to stimulate the use of renewable energy and one key part of this strategy is offshore wind power. After many years, the ...
Magazine
SAMSON Collision risk assessment for offshore installations

Mar 1, 2004

Reading time 3 minutes

Although in the last decades a large number of platforms have been built in the North Sea, ship/platform collisions are still thankfully, a rare ...