Marine Engineering

Sewage is a very smelly topic if left undiscussed. This article will help you understand how the maritime industry handles human waste aboard the ship without violating or harassing the Read more
How many tons of water do ships boil off to make enough steam aboard? Where do they get this amount of water and where do they dump all of it?  Read more
The stern can be defined as the aftmost section of a vessel. It is the backmost part of a vessel that serves a lot of functions. The stern is designed Read more
The keel of a boat is an essential part of the structure of a vessel. It keeps the vessel stable and prevents the vessel from being overturned into water. The Read more
One aspect of a ship that needs additional consideration during design and construction is the hull. In the development of naval architecture, hull designs have gone from cylindrical wooden shanks Read more
One of the many tough decisions sometimes required to be taken by shipmasters is deliberately grounding a ship, an act referred to as “beaching”. It is a tough decision because Read more
The production of automobiles has become an increasingly worldwide business, which has led to a growth in the demand for international shipping of vehicles. RO-RO ships are ideal for this Read more
Maritime transport, by definition, involves many different arrangements at the various ports of call of a ship. Because of the spatial distances involved, these arrangements would otherwise be impossible to Read more
Ships are among the oldest means of transport in the world. Although they are associated with transporting goods, modern ships are equipped to offer passengers and the crew a memorable Read more
The term decarbonization shipping industry simply means removing carbon dioxide and in the maritime industry, decarbonization focuses on moving away from traditional propulsion systems using fossil fuels which emit carbon Read more
Bulwarks can be defined as the extension of side shell plating above the level of the weather deck which serves as a solid, providing safety to passengers and crew on Read more
Autonomous cargo vessels also called Maritime autonomous surface ships (MASS) are those vessels that are not manned by the crew but run with the help of automation with the help Read more
In the beginning, during the mid-19th century, primary shipping propulsion began with the renewable energy option – sail power. Then coal power came into use for steam-powered vessels, heavy fuel Read more
While diving into the future technologies in the maritime industry let’s implement what exactly it stands for. The technological future of the maritime industry focuses on the innovation of technology Read more
Ship launching is a highly detail-driven and extremely labor-intrinsic division falling under the entire process of ship construction. To this day, there are only four mainly available and extensively used Read more
A boiler, in a simple and broad sense, is a large container used to boil off water and create steam. On ships, the boiler utilizes the heat generated by the Read more
Shipbuilding is a detailed process that involves the complex design and production aspects. There are a set of stages followed by designers during the design stage and the shipyard during Read more
Have you ever wondered what are the different equipment attached to a boiler to keep it running safely and efficiently? Well, those are what we call boiler accessories and boiler Read more
In order to utilize the waste heat or exhaust gas that is coming from the main engine, exhaust gas economizers are built and are located after the turbocharger. The exhaust Read more
The telemotor in steering gear is a hydraulic control system consisting of a receiver, transmitter, pipes, and a charging unit. The transmitter is located on the bridge which is built Read more

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