Vessels Conversions at MBM Consultancy. Image: bulkhead to bulkhead section, for full FEA structural strength analysis, some plates are removed for presentation purposes only. The “Sand Carrier – Open Barge” conversion project. The client’s aims and aspirations – To convert the vessel from one service sector to another, by an innovative design of
3 years in development of revolutionary Offshore vessel moves into next phase. The ongoing design of a revolutionary offshore vessel 3 years in the development. The main purpose for this vessel is to be able to perform in higher significant wave heights and out-perform existing vessels in many key areas that cause loss of productivity. Thus utilizing operations
By Mark Bambury
MBM‘s new neighbor is an OSV and ice breaker of the Wagenborg fleet. The vessel is berthed in Leer awaiting the next winter charter agreement.
This is potentially only relevant to the forward thinking ship-owners and they have to consider this notion prior to the dry-docking period; so that you can optimize the design, manufacturing and shipping of the new bulbous bow design and utilize the Dry-Docking. Then with the consultant/designer the ship-owner can pre-plan ahead. The benefit of pre-planning
On Tuesday, 25.11.2014, Mr Mark Bambury held a great Presentation at the Mariko Center in Leer. The topic for the Presentation was: “ How innovation in the shipbuilding sector can be adapted to the needs and operational requirements of the offshore-wind-energy.” Over 40 interested people from the industry and students from the University Emden/Leer listened to
The review to extend a new build vessel was undertaken at MBM. The original vessel design was reviewed based on potential markets and operational conditions to provide an optimum working solution. The focus of the project was on operations. Defining the number of cranes, their frame location, the stability at these frames during lifting operations,
This vessel is being developed internally by MBM. It is now nearing the point for seakeeping analysis , hydrodynamics, slamming effects etc. Over the past years MBM has been heavily involved with the many project cargo and offshore wind energy transportation and also with the assistance of the transport to the installation sites. Thus, MBM
The initial operational details are provided to MBM. A general arrangement of the vessel will now be undertaken for each vessel based on the requirements from the shipowners. Each vessel requires different fuels systems, and thus a complete storyboard and service providers need to contacted to undertake each initial design review.
This project was awarded to MBM to create a 3D virtual reality model of a new build Multi Purpose RoRo Heavy Lift vessel. The 3D model is to be generated using only 3 known drawings. These were a pdf GA, a linesplan, and capacity plan. This project was completed within 7 weeks. The model includes:-
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