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Innovation in High Speed Marine Vessels

      6/7/2010

Fremantle, Australia

Few sectors of the maritime industry have embraced innovation as readily and successfully as the high speed marine vessels sector, in seeking to extend operating envelopes, reduce downtime and increase reliability, safety and comfort, and reduce costs. Advanced design, the use of new materials and more efficient production methods and other means have and are all being explored to achieve these aims for commercial, military and recreational vessels.

Building on the success of the 2009 conference, the 2011 International Conference on Innovation in High Speed Marine Vessels will again provide an opportunity for all those involved with this sector of the maritime industry to present and discuss recent and future developments in all these aspects of commercial, military and recreational high speed vessels.

Technical papers are invited containing new and original ideas, innovative applications and practical achievements in various aspects of high speed marine vessels, including but not limited to the following topics:

  • Design & Construction: including monohulls, multihulls, and special craft such as SWATH and hydrofoils.
  • Materials and manufacturing processes
  • Research & Development: Including model testing, hydrodynamics and structural response.
  • Operations: including wake and wash implications, motion control, seakeeping and human factors.
  • Safety, Regulation and Classification
  • Equipment
  • Propulsion
  • Operational Limits
  • Damage stability


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