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SEA TRIALS COMPLETION OF UCA’s OCEANOGRAPHIC VESSEL

Oceanographic vessel UCADIZ, owned by Cádiz University (UNIVERSIDAD DE CADIZ), has successfuly completed an extensive sea trials program managed by INNOMARITIME.

In March of this year, the UCADIZ went through several major repair works, under the supervision of INNOMARITIME engineers.read more

NEW CONTRACT FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

INNOMARITIME has been awarded with a new contract for providing QA/QC and supervision services for newbuilding project of a DP-III Cable Lay vessel.

This new ship is built by Spanish Shipyard CNN La Naval, with its hull number 345, for Dutch Owner TIDEAWAY (a subsidiary of Belgian Corporation DEME GROUP).read more

SUPPORT FOR NNBB PROJECT COMMISSIONING TEAM

INNOMARITIME has been awarded with a new contract for supporting commissioning of four SUEZMAX oil-tankers built by NAVANTIA.

The vessels (new buildings 540; 541; 544 and 545) shall be built in NAVANTIA’s Puerto Real Shipyard (near Cádiz, Spain) for Spanish Owner “Grupo Ibaizabal”.

The project has been developed under a technological partnership with DSEC Korean Engineering office.read more

NEW ENGINEERING CONTRACT FOR PROJECT “EAST ANGLIA ONE”

INNOMARITIME has been awarded with the detailed electrical engineering package for OFSS of project “EAST ANGLIA ONE”.

The EAST ANGLIA ONE windfarm, off the East Anglia coast in Scotland, comprises 102 windturbines with a total generating capacity of 714 MW. As a central component, the Offshore Sub-Station (OFSS) shall collect the electric power generated and shall transmit it to coast facilities via two HVAC export cables layed on the seabed.

The Offshore Sub-Station for “East Anglia One” is currently being built by NAVANTIA SF-PR Shipyard for Owner IBERDROLA.

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APPLICATION OF FEM ON SHIPS’ STRUCTURAL DESIGN

INNOMARITIME is organizing a WORKSHOP on the application of FINITE ELEMENTS METHOD (FEM) to the design and optimization of ships’ structures.

The workshop is scheduled on the first three weeks of June 2017, and it’s designed in two stages:

  • The first one, for the definition and development of Finite Element Models of different ships’ types and purposes (classroom course of about ten days )
  • The second one, following the former, as a practical on-line course.

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