MBM Consultancy offers a wide range of comprehensive naval architecture services. Firstly, our qualified and professional team of naval architects provides expert knowledge in all naval architectural and structural assessments for all maritime sectors. Additionally, utilizing in-house software and engineers, we are able to perform a broad range of structural assessments, specializing in Heavy Lift & multi-purpose cargo vessels and barge analysis to undertake abnormal sea going conditions. Moreover, with services ranging from seafastening design and detailing to load-spreading design and feasibility studies, we ensure safety, quality, and attention to detail in every project we undertake.
By utilizing in-house software and engineers, MBM Consultancy is able to perform a broad range of structural assessments. As a specialist in Heavy Lift & multi-purpose cargo vessels and barge analysis, we undertake abnormal sea-going conditions. These loads may originate as either cargo reactions through grillages and bracing to global hull loads through buoyancy forces and slamming. Additionally, past projects have included a range of vessel structures from the hatches, coamings, deckheads, sideshells, and double bottoms. All structural investigations can be verified by either Finite Element Analysis, from first principles or both.
At MBM, we understand the complexity and intricacy of the transportation of Heavy Lifts and Projects Cargo’s. Therefore, we highly respect this industry as a business sector and are committed to ensuring the safety of the people working ashore and onboard. To accomplish this, we provide a range of services including:
• Seafastening design and detailing.
• Grillage and load-spreading design.
• Ballasting calculations.
• Deck strength analysis.
• Global hull strength analysis.
• Stability analysis.
• Motion response analysis.
• Stowage plans.
• Feasibility studies.
• Project management.
• Lifting manuals /load out manuals.
• Weld strength analysis.
MBM provide procedure reports combined with 3D animations of the loading scenario to ensure all involved parties are aware of procedures prior to undertaking the loading. This is undertaken to improve safety and minimise risks. The animation is extensively used during the design phase to identify potential “high” risk operations.
The animation provides a means to examine the real life scenario and simulate and identify an incident or accident as they may occur in reality or would be presented to personnel on the day of a load sequence for a Heavy Lift cargo. It can be used to illustrate where they should or should not be located, in order to be a watch for identified danger signs.
MBM prides itself on reducing risks by identifying the Marine procedures of Heavy lift cargo for clients. The following areas are covered:
• Load outs.
• Abnormal load movements.
• Heavy lift procedures.
• Risk assessments.
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