Compendium Marine Engineering

Compendium Marine Engineering
Operation - monitoring - maintenance

This book is a compilation of expert marine engineering experience. It is based on the research and reports of scientists and engineers from all over the world.

This book is primarily directed at marine engineers, ship operators, superintendents and surveyors but is also of use to those in training and research institutes as well as designers and consultants.
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Article Marine pilot Devan Pulliah (TNPA) reminisces on his journey

published

As a navy veteran with seven years experience, mainly on strike craft, Devan Pulliah joined Transnet in 1997 to become a tug master in East London before being enrolled in Transnet National Ports Authority’s class of 1999 to help change the future of the maritime industry.

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Video Berthing tanker ELKA ASTIR - King Fahd industrial sea port

Found on YouTube. Created by "Mr. Pilot".

• Ship name : ELKA ASTIR
• L.O.A : 189 m
• Max draught : 11 m
• Deadweight: 49990 t
• Name of Pilot : Haitham Alzahrani - Saudi Arabia

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Article KAIPTC & Denmark launch Pilot Course to develop Maritime Security Culture in the Gulf of Guinea

by Marine-Pilots.com - published

This pilot course is the first of the capacity-building efforts of the three-year project on enhancing regional research, capacity building and convening of stakeholders towards a safer maritime domain in the Gulf of Guinea.

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Video ESAIL maritime microsatellite

Found on YouTube. Created by "European Space Agency, ESA".

Soon a Vega will launch from Kourou carrying a payload of several satellites. These will be delivered into orbit by a new multi-payload system developed by ESA. Among these small satellites, E-SAIL. This microsatellite is dedicated to supporting maritime traffic and making seafaring safer. It is part of ESA’s SAT-AIS programme, which aims is to increase the coverage of the Automatic Identification System for ships. This system is a short-range coastal tracking system currently used on ships that makes traffic safer but which has a limited range. With microsatellites from the SAT-AIS programme such as E-SAIL maritime shipping can be made safer across the oceans.

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Video How GPS works? Trilateration explained

How GPS works? Trilateration explained

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Article NEW PILOT BOAT DPC TOLKA ARRIVES IN DUBLIN PORT

by Marine-Pilots.com - published

Dublin Port Company has taken delivery of a new Pilot Boat, named DPC Tolka. The state-of-the art vessel arrived in Dublin Port having set sail from Great Yarmouth via Lowestoft, Dover, Gosport, Plymouth, Falmouth and Milford Haven.

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Article Tanger Med establishs 3D nautical simulation and expertise center

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In order to strengthen the technical skills of its collaborators and partners running the facilities,Tanger Med has established a three-dimensional nautical simulation and expertise center

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Video The Boats That Built Britain - The Pilot Cutter - Part 2

Found on YouTube. Created by "Boat Yard".

Many consider the Bristol Channel pilot cutter to be the finest sailing boat design ever. Fast, seaworthy and beautiful to behold, the pilot cutter is the perfect combination of form and function - a thoroughbred perfectly adapted to a life in one of the Britain's most treacherous stretches of water. Sailor and writer Tom Cunliffe explores the life of the pilots and sails a perfectly restored cutter to find out just what drove these men and their wonderful machines.

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Video Elizabeth Marami. Kenya's First Female Marine Pilot

Found on YouTube. Created by "Mombasa County 001".

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