August, 2017 (Scotland --) The Queensferry Crossing Bridge, spanning the Firth of Forth in... READ MORE
August, 2016 (Portland --) Maine Marine Composites (MMC) has completed an extensive analysis... READ MORE
September, 2015 (Portland --) Maine Marine Composites has completed a government funded study of... READ MORE
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Maine Marine Composites has extensive experience conducting traditional seakeeping analyses of displacement hulls, including effects from forward speed, complex mooring configurations and drift forces.
Looking to transport heavy equipment? MMC uses oceanographic data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to analyze worst-case scenarios one might expect during transit. Such studies are frequently conducted prior to moving expensive industrial equipment via ocean-going power barge, and the results are pivotal in trip planning and damage avoidance.
| || || Heavy transport power barge roll response. Calculated using VisualSMP and compared to WAMIT. |
| || || Radar plot depicting heading-dependent response of heavy lift power barge. Done with VisualSMP|
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Research Vessel simulated by Maine Marine Composites.