Learn how sludge and bilge are generated on a ship, how they are stored in tanks, what record keeping is done, and how sludge and bilges are incinerated, evaporated, or discharged.
There are a few marine technologies in the ship’s engine room which have not been utilized as much as they should be. Find seven such underrated technologies that can give promising results inside the article.
Hybrid turbocharger is a recent innovation in the field of maritime technology. The new turbocharger not only forms an efficient waste energy recovery system but also helps in reducing fuel consumption and harmful emissions.
Marine Auxiliary Machinery is an important subject for seafarers as it covers not only those equipment that are in the ship’s engine room but also those provided on ship’s deck. Learn about the top marine engineering books for marine auxiliary machinery and ship technology.
As part of a new ferry service planned by an undisclosed client, ICE has recently developed a design for an all-electric ferry that can carry 200 passengers and 45 cars.
Marine Solar Cells is a new technology which would use both solar and wave energy to generate power. This new form of energy generating source, if proved successful, will open new doors in the field of renewable energy development.
An autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) is a technology used far and wide in the oceanic and dose not require physical governance by any person while it is being put in the water.