News about MARINTEK
Resistance of planning hull: A case study
In a project for STM, FINE™/Marine and HEXPRESS™ were used for the prediction of the resistance curve of a planing hull. The CFD results are validated against model tests.
Aquaculture industry needs innovative thinking
Industry, biologists and engineers will need to cooperate more closely if Norway is to maintain its position as a leading marine nation.
Shipping 4.0 presented at Singapore Maritime Week
At Singapore Maritime Week 2016, MARINTEK proposed the term "Shipping 4.0" to describe the rapidly increasing digitalization and automation in merchant shipping and to link it to similar developments on land, called Industry 4.0.
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Smart Maritime aims to find out how we can improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions from the maritime sector.
Ocean Space Centre
In September 2011 the documentation for the concept evaluation of the Ocean Space Centre was submitted to the Ministry of Trade and Industry. Various alternatives to meet the overall vision were studied, among which the Board of MARINTEK suggested building of a new research infrastructure at Tyholt in Trondheim combined with an innovation centre for ocean space technology in the harbour district of the city.
The Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK) is part of the SINTEF Group. MARINTEK performs R & D in ocean technology for a global market, primarily in the maritime and oil and gas sectors and ocean energy. MARINTEK has around 188 staff, and its main offices and laboratories are in Trondheim.
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Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute
P.O. Box 4125 Valentinlyst
Otto Nielsens veg 10
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P.O Box 124 Blindern, 0314 Oslo, Norway
Forskningsveien 1, 0373 Oslo, Norway
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