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Marine Propulsion Magazine: Digital Editions

  The Next Edition of Marine Propulsion

The August/ September edition of Marine Propulsion will be taking an in-depth look at the latest developments in marine fuels, fuel additives and treatments and at the compliance issues of dealing with the sulphur cap regulations. We'll also be looking at the latest maritime industry developments in China (as this issue is translated into Chinese and will be sent to all SSNAOE members and will be available at Marintec 2017). Visitors to our stands at IMPA and Kormarine will also be able to pick up a copy. 

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  • June/July 2017

    June/July 2017

    Featuring:

    • Analysis of the OSV market
    • Wartsila's W31 Engine
    • The world's first ME-GIE two-stroke engine
    • 'Magic Pipe' fine puts the spotlight on oily-water separators
    • The latest compressor technology
    • The challenges in BWM retrofits
    • The results and implications of ExxonMobils's analysis of 400,000 oil samples
  • April/May 2017

    April/May 2017

    Featuring:

    • The new ISO 19030 hull and propeller standard
    • Horizon Shipbuilding's innovative use of technology
    • Latest orderbook for LNG fleet
    • Developments in gas carriers
    • Steerprop's latest thrusters
    • Wind propulsion to be tested on Maersk tanker
    • New initiative aims to cut fuel consumption by 8%
  • February/March 2017

    February/March 2017

    Featuring:

    • Globalisation "crisis" threatens shipping
    • IMO speaks out against the EU's Emission Trading System
    • Dresser Rand's new natural gas engines and gensets
    • Developments in the container shipping sector
    • The latest four-stroke engine developments
    • The latest innovations in transmission technology
    • OEMs and owners start to explore the benefits of digitisation
  • December/January 2016/17

    December/January 2016/17

    Featuring:

    • The rise of vessel operating costs
    • Preparing for the global sulphur cap
    • MHI and Kobe Diesel to integrate marine operations
    • CM2 technology gets provisional approval from MAN Diesel & Turbo
    • The latest scrubber developments
    • Carnival's new CSMART training facility
    • Yard Profile: Damen Schelde Naval
  • October/November 2016

    October/November 2016

    Featuring:

    • Latest ballast water developments
    • Moteurs Baudouin broadens its product range
    • Tankers shine in a gloomy market
    • Latest four-stroke and high-speed engine developments
    • Dual fuel engines
    • Why variable frequency drives are gaining in popularity
    • Hull coatings need to improve efficiency and be environmentally friendly
  • Fuels, Lubes and Emissions Technology 2016

    Fuels, Lubes and Emissions Technology 2016

    Featuring:

    • TOTAL Lubmarine's new Talusia Optima uses Ashfree Neutralising Molecules
    • Shell revamps LubeMonitor Service
    • Key product developments seen at SMM
    • Blending on Board
    • Bunker Service Agreements
    • The latest LNG developments
    • Innovations in scrubber technology
  • August/September 2016

    August/September 2016

    Featuring:

    • Are you ready for MRV?
    • Box coolers protected from fouling
    • Tankers shine in a gloomy market
    • BWMS makers get ready for take-off
    • Building smarter engines
    • Hybrid tug confirms benefits
    • Can remote operation transform safety?
  • June/July 2016

    June/July 2016

    Featuring:

    • US rules on EALs
    • MAN Diesel & Turbo's advances in four-stroke technology
    • Yard Profile: Arctech
    • The latest BWMS developments
    • Enginebuilder Profile: Cummins
    • Marine Propulsion's 2016 Award Winners
    • Becker Marine's Schilling Twisted Trailing Edge Rudder
  • June/July 2016 Chinese Edition

    June/July 2016 Chinese Edition

    Annual Chinese language edition is distributed directly to 6,000 members of the Shanghai Society for Naval Architects & Ocean Engineers

  • April/May 2016

    April/May 2016

    Featuring:

    • Reducing risks on bunker quality
    • LNG carrier orders permanent magnet shaft generator
    • Yard Profile: Samsung Heavy Industries
    • Resurgence in popularity of gas turbines on cruise ships
    • Enginebuilder Profile: Weichai
    • Area Report: Greece
    • Latest heat exchanger technologies
  • February/March 2016

    February/March 2016

    Featuring:

    • Proactive maintenance best practice
    • New design concepts for container ships
    • Seawater lubricated propeller shaft bearing
    • Latest innovations in 2 and 4 stroke engines
    • Developments in gearbox technology
  • December/January 2015/16

    December/January 2015/16

    Featuring:

    • latest developments in BWM ratification
    • LNG-fuelled cruise ships
    • Volvo Penta's new D16 update
    • Latest innovations in turbocharger technology
    • Developments in naval propulsion technology
  • October/November 2015

    October/November 2015

    Featuring:

    • Profile of Sanmar's operations and strategy
    • Yanmar Engines
    • Dual-fuel enginest
    • The new Rolls-Royce azimuth thruster
    • Propellor innovations
    • Carnival's use of hull coatings
  • August/September 2015

    August/September 2015

    Featuring:

    • The Rolls-Royce Blue Ocean team's range of autonomous ship concepts
    • Repair and maintenance - Common Structural Rules
    • Rolls-Royce and Fairplay operate first IMO III-certified diesel gensets
    • Yard profile: ASRY
    • Enginebuilder profile: Rolls-Royce