Shafts & Propellers – Page 3

  • The first RoPax ferry in the world with a Zero-Emission Sailing Mode. (Photo copyright: Kvarken Link)
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    Wasaline opts for local WE Tech electric hybrid solution

    2019-05-28T22:04:00Z

    Rauma Marine Construction Oy (RMC) has awarded WE Tech the contract to deliver a hybrid electric propulsion solution. The solution includes propulsion drives, an energy storage system (battery banks and DCDC converters), main propulsion switchboards, shore connection switchgears, an Energy Management System and the Propulsion Control System. The solution will ...

  • Over 1,000 units of the Becker Mewis Duct have been sold to date, for both newbuildings and retrofits. (Credit: Becker Marine Systems)
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    Becker Mewis Duct celebrates tenth anniversary

    2019-05-09T09:10:00Z

    As the tenth anniversary of the introduction of Becker Mewis Duct® approaches, Becker Marine Systems is preparing to celebrate the success of its closed duct type product.

  • SCHOTTEL's new SDC 40 nozzle features a compact design and higher free running efficiency.
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    SCHOTTEL extends high-performance nozzle range

    2019-05-07T15:33:00Z

    German manufacturer of marine propulsion systems, Schottel, is introducing a new nozzle type SDC 40, a compact design which offers superior free running efficiency, and will lower operating costs compared with existing nozzles.

  • In addition to the LNG carriers for Novatek, Zvezda has received orders for 26 ships from Rosneft.
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    Russia’s Zvezda mulls screw propeller tender for LNG vessels

    2019-05-01T12:33:00Z

    Russian Far East shipyard Zvezda is planning to issue a tender for 6m diameter screw propellers for 15 LNG carriers in the third quarter of 2019, after the original local Russian supplier, Zvezdochka, was included on a list of companies subject to US sanctions.

  • AEGIR-Marine has received a Type Approval for its Stern Tube Seal Assembly from Class NK
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    Class NK Type Approval for AEGIR-Marine's PRIME stern tube seal assembly

    2019-04-30T14:50:00Z

    AEGIR-Marine PRIME stern tube seal assembly has received Class NK Type Approval. The brand-independent service provider in The Netherlands began offering its newly certified seal assembly to customers worldwide immediately. The Type Approval complements existing Type Approvals from several other major classification societies.

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    Wärtsilä WXJ waterjets gain catamaran reference

    2019-04-24T18:36:00Z

    The first installation of the Wärtsilä WXJ series of modular waterjets will be carried out on a new 100m long wave-piercing catamaran ferry being built for the Government of Trinidad and Tobago at the Incat shipyard in Tasmania, Australia.

  • Baleària’s new high-speed catamaran will feature Wärtsilä waterjets and Wärtsilä 31 DF medium-speed engines Credit: Baleària
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    Wärtsilä to upgrade modular waterjet range

    2019-04-12T13:01:00Z

    Wärtsilä is to overhaul its light weight modular waterjet range, introducing a new axial pump design, which will boost performance by increasing thrust by as much as 3%. The upgraded design also features improved cavitation margins, which will lower noise levels.

  • Propeller noise reduction achieved with PressurePores
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    INNOVATIVE PROPELLER TECHNOLOGY TO REDUCE URN

    2019-04-04T06:44:00Z

    A revolutionary new technology capable of substantially reducing the underwater radiated noise (URN) has been developed by Strathclyde University and Oscar Propulsion, a UK-based innovation and technology transfer company.

  • DMC is to supply steering equipment for a Turkish shipyard Photo: DMC
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    DMC signs first Turkish order

    2019-04-03T11:37:00Z

    Netherlands-based Damen Marine Components (DMC) has signed its first order with a Turkish shipyard to supply steering equipment for a fishing trawler.

  • Russia's USC is ready to begin commercial production of a variable-pitch propeller system
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    Russia's USC develops variable-pitch propeller system

    2019-01-21T12:31:00Z

    A Russian shipyard hopes to promote a variable-pitch propeller system to civilian customers, taking advantage of technology developed for the Russian navy.

  • 'Comandante Paschoal'
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    Fleet bearing problems solved

    2018-12-04T15:17:00Z

    Thordon Bearings has completed a range of water-lubricated and grease-free bearing installations to a third salt lugger in the Salinor/Navenor fleet, following the successful retrofitting of bearings to problematic newbuilds.

  • Sharrow Propeller
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    High efficiency propeller reduces fuel costs

    2018-11-09T16:48:00Z

    Sharrow Engineering has completed the final phase of testing on its high efficiency propeller, which offers ship operators 9-15% more efficiency than the industry standard and reduces fuel costs.

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    Wärtsilä Sea-Master

    2018-11-05T16:36:00Z Sponsored by

    To help safeguard equipment, maximise vessel performance and reduce lifecycle costs, Wärtsilä has developed the Wärtsilä Sea-Master system, launched in September 2016. 

  • Teignbridge's hydrodynamic research vessel 'HRV1' will test efficient propulsion systems for the ETI project
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    High-tech tools deliver efficient propulsion design

    2018-10-01T09:56:00Z

    Investment in cutting edge design tools are helping Teignbridge Propellers in its investigation into efficient propulsion systems as part of a UK-funded project.

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    Efficient shaft generator for bulk carriers

    2018-06-25T12:56:00Z

    WE Tech Solutions has supplied its energy efficient Solution One (Economic Operation Solution) together with direct drive permanent magnet shaft generator to Vulica Shipping’s two 68000dwt self-unloader bulk carriers.

  • TrueProp Software LLC specialises in propeller inspection software
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    Propeller inspection and metrology project

    2018-03-20T13:21:00Z

    A new joint industry project aims to seek out improved methods for propeller inspection and metrology.

  • Mr Carter’s paper could deliver peace of mind to shipowners that a cost-effective alternative is available to oil lubricated propeller shafts
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    Thordon Bearings advocates the green approach

    2018-03-14T14:29:00Z

    Thordon Bearings has been advocating the use of green technologies to help slash operation costs for shipowners.

  • Last year, Thordon received a record number of containership Compac contracts
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    Thordon strengthens position in container market

    2018-02-27T17:44:00Z

    Thordon Bearings is cementing its position in the containership market with another order for its Compac water lubricated propeller shaft bearing concept.

  • New rules and notations are a response to an increase in stern tube bearing failures
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    DNV GL tackles stern tube failures

    2018-02-16T00:03:00Z

    Class society DNV GL has revised class rules for single shaft bearing installations and introduced two shaft alignment notations in the wake of a reported upsurge in stern tube bearing failures.

  • Deploying Wärtsilä's shaft generator control has increased the operational stability of MHI's waste heat recovery system
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    Partners harness waste heat and shaft energy

    2017-12-12T23:09:00Z

    Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Wärtsilä are to jointly market a new energy solution that deploys both waste heat recovery (WHRS) and power take-off/in (PTO/PTI).