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ARCHITECTURAL AND STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF ARCTIC DOUBLE-ACTING VESSELSJOURNAL: 2019, ¹3(35), p. 84-96
RUBRIC: Shipbuilding for the Arctic
AUTHORS: Platonov V.V., Tryaskin V.N.
ORGANIZATIONS: Krylov State Research Centre, State Marine Technical University
UDC: 629.5.011: 624.042.43
The article was received on: 11.04.2019
Keywords: Double-acting vessels, architectural and structural features, propeller-rudder system, Russian Maritime Registry of Shipping
Bibliographic description: Platonov V.V., Tryaskin V.N. Architectural and structural features of Arctic double-acting vessels. Arctic: ecology and economy, 2019, no. 3(35), pp. 84-96. DOI: 10.25283/2223-4594-2019-3-84-96. (In Russian).
The concept of a double-acting vessel was proposed in the mid-1990s by experts from the Arctic Research & Development Group of Kvaerner Masa–Yards (Finland) as applied to solving the problem of oil export from the Russian Arctic. Experience in the design and operation of the DAS to date is about 25 years. The article discusses the main features and development stages of ice navigation vessels that implement the “double-acting vessel” concept. The paper presents general description of modern double-acting vessels currently operating in the Arctic and in the North Sea Route. Architectural and structural features of bow and aft areas are analyzed for modern ice navigation vessels with a high ice class of the Russian Maritime Registry of Shipping.
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