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Subject : eMAR Events - 27/09/2014

Ice Class Vessels, 28 April 2014, London UK
Many kinds of Vessel operate near the poles, all of which are exposed to a number of unique demands. Ice exerts structural loads on the hull and propeller when keeping station, sea spray and atmospheric conditions can create an accumulation of icing on important deck equipment, and the safety and wellbeing of the crew when exposed to below freezing temperatures, not only in normal operation but also in emergency conditions, all have an impact on how a vessel is designed to operate. The conference addresses these topics.

http://www.rina.org.uk/Ice_Class_Vessels.html

 

THE PORT AND MARITIME SECTOR: KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND CHANGES, 11 May 2015, Antwerp Belgium
The significance of the port and maritime sector is increasing in a globalising world. Hence the need for knowledge concerning new and future developments. A lead in knowledge strengthens the competitive level as well in science as in society and business.

http://uahost.uantwerpen.be/sig2/wctrs/html/activities.html

 

 
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