A test in the towing tank can tell you something about how your vessel or offshore structure will behave in waves and current regarding the propulsive power, seakeeping performance, manoeuvring capabilities or dynamic positioning.
The DP system allows the vessel to operate at sea without mooring or anchoring.
Performance of model tests at the early design stage to evaluate manoeuvring characteristics.
Onboard decision support system
A module-based solution for monitoring your vessel while under way.
Testing whether an underwater structure can be over-trawled may indicate potentially critical areas.
In severe weather, the safety and comfort of a ship can be affected and the cargo damaged.
Still water tank tests and numerical calculations.
Still water tank test
A model-scale still water tank test is made to predict propulsive performance of a full-scale vessel.
Vortex Induced Vibrations or Motions (VIV/VIM)
VIV/VIM tests can determine the critical current directions and amplitudes of the resulting transverse oscillations.
INNO-SEC webinar: Tools and methods for risk evaluation of ship operations
Proper risk management of marine operations can help to prevent accidents or loss.
Thruster units and tug models
Offshore tests in a towing tank of two new tug models and additional propulsion systems for TCOM's tug models.
Facilities for hydrodynamic testing of ships and offshore structures.
Safe and efficient navigation
The improved hydrodynamic ship model will ensure precise simulation of manoeuvres.
Virtual hydro- and aerodynamic laboratory
New virtual laboratory is to ensure better design processes.
Digital twins – a step on the road to making shipping more green
Study of performance data and machine learning is going to improve training of captains.
New maritime simulator centre in Singapore
The Maritime Ship Simulator at PSA Marine is officially opened.
Extension of SimFlex4 simulator
New SimFlex4 software is useful for planning, testing, and verification of offshore crane operations.
Enhancing the manoeuvering performance of ships.