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Schiffstechnik | Ship Technology Vard builds hybrid research vessel Norway’s Vard shipyard continues to diversify its orderbook. For the project »Rosellinis Four-10« a new research expedition vessel is being built until 2020. It will feature the VARD 6 16 design that was developed for navigating in the most challenging and vulnerable environments, from arctic to tropical areas. With a length of 182 m, the vessel will be the longest unit ever designed and built by Vard. The DNV GL classed vessel is designed with slim hull lines in combination with wave-cutting bulb, slender foreship, large propellers and two pairs of stabilization fins. Other key features are the energy recovery rudder system, medium-speed engines, a direct drive diesel-electric propulsion system with battery package, and an exhaust cleaning system. The vessel will also employ SeaQ Green Pilot, developed by Vard Electro, a data driven maritime energy management and operational performance system. By using real-time measurements, mathematical models and analysis of the vessel’s performance, an expert system will give the operator advice on the ship’s performance and fuel consumption. This will empower the crew to minimize the carbon footprint of the vessel. The research and expedition area features modern laboratories, an auditorium, a hangar for a Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV) and an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) with direct access to the vessel’s moonpool, and a multifunctional cargo deck. Vard’s subsidiary Seaonics has developed a scientific winch package for handling through moonpool and over side, a 20 t fibre rope crane with reach down to 6,000 m, and a pelagic trawl setup with catch selection for operations down to 3,000 m depth. All operations including trawling will be inside operations either from the hangar amidships or from a horizontal built in A-frame Spotlight on new ships construction at the stern. The hull will be built at Vard Tulcea in Romania, outfitting will be carried out by Vard Brattvaag in Norway. After delivery in Norway, the vessel will return to Romania for fairing, deck laying and finalization of the accommodation area. The project is wholly owned by the Norwegian industrialist Kjell Inge Røkke and his family. The vessel is planned for worldwide research and expedition activities, with the objective of developing knowledge and sustainable solutions to address the ocean’s environmental challenges. WWF Norway is invited by the shipowner to take part in the further development of the research and expedition project. M 2 x 2400 eKw ea. Caterpillar C280-8 Generators 2 x 3200 kW ea. Electric main propulsion motors with SILENT R notation 2 x 4000 mm 5 blade CPP (controllable pitch propellers) optimised for SILENT-R notation 1 x 880 kW controllable pitch tunnel thruster aft 1 x 880 kW controllable pitch tunnel thruster fwd 1 x 880 kW fixed pitch drop down azimuth thruster fwd Dynamic positioning system Scientists 60, Crew 40 Length over all 181.6 m Beam 22 m Draught max 5.4 m Air draught 40.05 m Gross tonnage 16,000 Power 9.6 eMW Max speed 17 kts Sonar work 11 kts Biomass sampling 2 kts 42 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 154. Jahrgang – 2017 – Nr. 6 Source: Vard Foto: Vard design

Schiffstechnik | Ship Technology TREFFPUNKT FÜR VISIONÄRE UND MACHER Sonderflächen 2017: „Offshore“ und „Sektorenkopplung & Netzintegration“ NATÜRLICH IN HUSUM 12. – 15. September in Kooperation mit: HANSA International Maritime Journal – 154. Jahrgang – 2017 – Nr. 6 43

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