Marine Log magazine for May 2014 edition has been released. You can read latest news and technology on commercial marine industry, such as improving ship operating efficiency, Navy requests design alternatives for LCS, and more, in this issue . Here are featured articles for this month.
Communication: Get Smart
It’s time for the maritime industry to embrace the possibilities enabled by advanced communication technologies and the use of big data
Energy Efficiency: Improving Ship Operating Efficiency
Combining ship performance models with optimization software is just one way to improve operating efficiency.
Ship Repair: Push for Upgrades
Looming stringent environmental regulatory changes are prompting owners and operators to refit their fleets, driving up business for yards.
LNG: From Space Ships to Supply Ships
Lockheed Martin is looking to diversify its customer base by leveraging its expertise in aerospace technology to manufacture cryogenic tanks for LNG marine and other land-based applications
Engines: Three Paths to Tier 4 Compliance
Tier 4 regulations, which come into effect this year, mark the most significant reductions in permitted emissions to date — and forces manufacturers to come to grips with the issue of achieving major reductions in NOx.
Geographic Eligibility: USA, Canada, Mexico (Print or Digital Version), Select International (Digital Version Only)
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