Learn the answer to the most commonly asked question about ships – Why cannot a ship brake itself to stop and how do ships actually stop in water?
Naval Arch Basics
All major shipping companies are retrofitting their ship’s bulbous bow for increasing fuel efficiency and reducing emissions. Learn about the reasons as to why ships are getting the Nose Jobs.
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.
Different types of hatch covers are used for ships depending on the type of the ship and the cargo carried. Learn about the main types of hatch covers used for ships in the article inside.
A number of factors such as hydrodynamic efficiency, construction simplicity, flow patterns & aesthetics are considered for designing a ship’s stern. Learn about different types of ship’s stern inside the article.
Bulbous bow is a peculiar bulb like projection at the forward end of the ship. Learn about the significance of this ship structure and the importance of its design inside the article.
X bow is a type of hull design which improves ship’s efficiency and stability at high seas. Find out the difference between X bow hull design and conventional hull design of ships.
Single hull and double hull tankers have several differences between them. However, there are both positive and negative aspects of both single hull and double hull designs.
The shipbuilding industry is recognised as one of the most profitable industries around the world. Listed in here are top ten shipbuilding companies in the world in 2012