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Immink, Leon (author)
Within this thesis an attempt is made to improve the seakeeping of a Service Operation Vessel (SOV) by means of an active anti-roll tank (ART). It is researched if the addition of a wave prediction system can improve the ART’s performance. As the seakeeping of the SOV is most important for the installed motion compensated gangway, the...
master thesis 2021
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Ranneh, Mohamad Amr (author)
Objects floating on or near the water surface (e.g. vessels, and floating wind-turbines) suffer from motions induced by waves of varying height, direction, and frequency. This not only causes unpleasantness for passengers and crew of ships but also it limits the accessibility to the offshore platforms. Bosch Rexroth with their partner Barge...
master thesis 2019
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Vergeer, Michael (author)
In the offshore industry, there is a growing demand for designing efficient, sustainable and competitive products. In order to fulfil the component requirements, a method named topology optimization can be applied. This is a mathematical design method which can be used in the early phases of the design process.At IHC there is an interest of...
master thesis 2018
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Walgaard, Bart (author)
Motion compensation for personnel transfer has greatly reduced costs and increased accessibility for offshore assets operation and maintenance. Solutions exist using hexapods or gangways that make a stiff connection by clamping to a customized offshore structure. State of the art gangways allow for a stepless workflow and have a rubber tip which...
master thesis 2017
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