Cofferdam on ships is a type of enclosed or void space provided for extra safety which separates two tanks containing different liquids. Find out what is cofferdam and where it is located on ships.
Naval architecture is an engineering stream for designing and manufacturing of sea vessels submarines, off shore structures of all kinds whether civil or military. Find out more about naval architecture and naval architects inside the article.
The bow at the foremost part of the ship is one of the most fascinating design aspects that catches one’s attention. Let’s take a look at some of the latest and common bow designs used for ships today.
Torsion box is a continuous structure in the top part of ship’s longitudinal bulkhead, freeboard deck and sheer strake which provides sufficient strength against torsional moments and other bending loads. Read inside the article to know more on the importance of torsion box.
Ship designers must know the important aspects of the IACS Common Structural Rules (CSR). Let’s take a look at the most important and notable aspects of the Common Structural Rules (CSR) for solid bulk carriers and oil tankers.