Tuesday, July 5, 2022

SHIP ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Almost 90% of world trade is carried by approximately 90000 ships through sea routes. Just like other modes of transportation which uses fossil fuels,...

RVCR- The New Revolutionary Machine Mechanism (Part – II)

The previous article on RVCR Mechanism covered the various types of machine Mechanism, their typical usage in engineering applications as per suitability and their...

DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGIES FOR BALLAST WATER TREATMENT

The most common and economic means of transporting goods are indeed the mighty ships sailing all across the vast seas spread across the world. Ships...

DUAL-FUEL ENGINES (DF)

In this process, a very small percentage of between 1 and 10% liquid heavy fuel or diesel oil is injected. During the intake stroke, gas...

WHAT IS THE KYOTO PROTOCOL?

The Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement linked to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which commits its Parties by setting internationally...

ELECTRIC PROPULSION SYSTEM FOR SHIPS

In order to meet the challenge of high operating cost and marine pollution, ships propulsion system have changed from conventional power system to electric...

The Working Principle of Variable Frequency Drives

As per recent energy report, 60 percent of the power produced on board ship is used to operate motors pumps. These pumps are controlled...

RVCR – The New Revolutionary Machine Mechanism

(1st among core inventions from India) The Prelude. This article highlights the latest development in Machine Mechanism which is based on an invention by an...

Extension of the continental shelf and natural resources – An overview

By Rajiv Kumar Singh Principal, Aims Maritime Academy Definition of continental shelf as per UNCLOS III 1982: Article 76 of UNCLOS gives the definition of continental shelf....

DIRECTIONAL STABILITY OF THE VESSEL

A ship has available to it motion in three axes. Motion on the “X” axis is roll, motion on the “Y” axis is pitch,...

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