Korean Register (KR) has published comprehensive guidelines on the metal materials suitable for use in eco-friendly fuel storage tanks.
Korean Register (KR) develops a new class notation for the safe marine transportation of electric vehicles, as a result of its collaborative research with leading Korean shipping companies and shipyards.
Korean Register has signed a MOU with DSME, to work together on increased digitalization and the development smart and autonomous ship technology.
Korean Register (KR) has launched ‘SeaTrust-Frame3D’, a grillage structure evaluation software for ships. SeaTrust-Frame3D enables a complicated ship structure to be simply modelled by representing it as a grillage structure.
Samsung Heavy Industries and Panasia, a domestic eco-friendly facility company, succeeded in developing an ‘onboard carbon capture system’ applicable to LNG-fueled ships and became the first in Korea to receive approval in principle from KR.
KR has signed an MOU agreement with STX Energy Solutions (STX ES) and DSME to work together on ‘The technology standardization and commercialization of solid oxide fuel cells.’
The Korean Register (KR) has developed new ‘Guidance for Underwater Radiated Noise’ which will help protect marine ecosystems by reducing noise from ships.
KR has awarded AIP to SSHI and Panasia for their ‘Onboard Carbon Capture and Storage System (OCCS)’, a eco-friendly technology which captures the CO2 emitted in the exhaust gases generated from the internal combustion engines of ships.
One of the ships is a 60,000m3 ammonia-fueled ammonia carrier and the other is a 38,000m3 ammonia carrier/bunkering ship, developed by Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (KSOE), Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD).