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By the Numbers: Rise of Alternative Fuels
Recent data from DNV highlights trends in alternative fuel uptake throughout the global fleet.
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Insights: Blake Powell
JMS Naval Architects’ president discusses latest trends in naval architecture and marine engineering.
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Designing Ships Around Emissions – The Right Path or a Fork in The Road?
With sustainability as a backdrop, a new path is evolving, and with it, changes in commercial ship design at levels not seen in decades.
Similar But Not Identical: How Digital Twins Can Serve Class and Designers
3D design tools can serve the safety needs of class approval and the more complex requirements of vessel design.
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The Man Behind the “Jones Act”
Based on a chapter in the upcoming book, Journey to the Jones Act–U.S. Merchant Marine Policy 1776-1920, to be published by Adducent under its Fortis nonfiction imprint in Spring 2024.
Future Ships: Picture Perfect
Big data, advanced computers and AI are allowing vessel designers to prepare models that leave essentially nothing to chance.
The Digital Revolution & US Shipbuilding
Juan Prieto discusses the CADMATIC suite of digital solutions for North American shipyards seeking to capture a competitive edge.