Friday, February 24, 2012

[Catalogs] Ship Performance Monitoring System





Ship Performance Monitoring System

SPECSVISION-SPM, a ship performance monitoring system from SPECS Corporation, collects all real-time signals influencing the efficiency of ship operations, treat them, analyse and make calculations on and store them to,
- present real-time displays of measurements and performance data
- present trend graphs of the data for a variable period of time
- enable comparison between reference values and actual operation values
- produce periodic and on-demand voyage reports
 - enable engineers to make the optimum plan for ship maintenance and/or renovarion based on the stored performance data


-Input data : 
shaft torque, shaft revolution, shaft power, propeller thrust, ship speed by log, ship speed by GPS, FO flow/temp, wind speed/direction, draft FWD, draft AFT
-Calculated values :
Accumulated fuel consumption, acc. main engine energy output, total revolutions, total distance travelled, main engine energy output, total revolutions, total distance travelled, main engine fuel efficiency, vessel overall dfficiency
- Reference graphs :
shaft power vs. tpm, shaft power vs. ship speed, 
fuel consumption vs. shop speed, 
specific fuel rate vs. shaft power
- Trend records :
short term trend of all instant data and calculated values ; max one week
long term trend of performance data; max 30 years
- Display :
Numeric and graphical in colors
- Reports :
Daily reports, voyage reports, trial reports
- Main controller / monitor :
10.4 inch color TFT display, touch screen
Window XP, 320 GB HDD, 4 USB + 2 RS232C
L227*W280*D70 mm
Fluch panel mounting
- Data Aquisition Modules
TTL input module ; 8ch (DC 12~24V)
Analog input module ; 4ch (0~10V, 1-5V, 4-20mA)
Temp input module ; 4ch T/C or Pt 100

CONTACT INFO
SPECS Corporation
B705 Techno Park 148 Yatap Bundang Sungman Gyeonggi Do, Korea
Phone:82-31-706-5211
Fax:82-31-703-5215
www.specs.co.kr

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Hyundai yards "No PC!"



Hyundai Heavy Industries held a launching ceremony for its Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) on February 22nd.

The South Korean shipbuilder announced that starting with old 1,800-some computers in May, it would get rid of every 12,000-some personal computers in the yard by 2015.

Virtual desktop infrastructure enables to work with computers anytime anywhere, by accessing to virtual desktop on a server of data center.

This would improve work efficiency, reduce PC maintenance & repair expenses and make additional space.

Moreover, VDI is able to decline electricity power consumption and tighten security by having information not be saved in the facility and adapting phased permission to the server.

Vice president Hwang Si-Young said, "Thanks to virtual desktop, Hyundai's staffs would soon work in Smart office."

Meanwhile, Hyundai is making a progress by coordinating IT and shipbuilding technology, for instance, it constructed the world first Smart Ship in March 2011, built long term evolution (LTE) network in the yard during October 2011, etc.



Published : February 22, 2012




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POSCO cuts thick-plate price



It is known that South Korea's steel maker POSCO has decided to cut marine thick-plate price and is now under the final negotiation with each yard.

Sources said that the discount rate is to be upward-adjusted and the price would be down by about KRW 70,000-90,000 ($61.7-79.4).

The benchmark price for marine thick plate now stands about KRW 1,110,000 per ton and there is difference about KRW 100,000-200,000 with the discounted market price. Considering this, POSCO's adjusted market price is expected to be around high-KRW 800,000's.

It seems that POSCO has been pressured just not to turn its face away from troubled shipbuilders, one of its biggest customers.

POSCO's recent decision to cut thick-plate price would not only affect other Korean steel manufacturers, but also price negotiation with those from China and Japan.



Published : February 22, 2012






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Samsung eyes 1st Drillship 2012



Samsung Heavy Industries seems likely to win its first drillship order this year.

Pacific Drilling S.A. announced Wednesday that one of its subsidiaries has reached an agreement with Samsung Heavy Industries to extend an option to construct a seventh ultra-deepwater drillship until March 2, 2012, on the same commercial terms including a delivery date of May 17, 2014.

The drillship owner has repeatedly extended the option, most recently until 17 February. That deadline passed and the company has extended the option once more.

With its best-in-class drillships and highly experienced team, Pacific Drilling is a fast growing company that is committed to becoming the industry’s preferred ultra-deepwater drilling contractor.

Pacific Drilling’s fleet of six ultra-deepwater drillships will represent one of the youngest and most technologically advanced fleets in the world.

The company currently operates four recently delivered drillships and has two additional drillships on order at Samsung.



Published : February 24, 2012

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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Other marine related Businesses


Various Types of Service
to Promote World-Class Marine Equipment!
Other marine related Businesses
KOMEC has supplied various types of service to embrace shipbuilding
and marine equipment industries in the world.

Invitation to Overseas Buyers
KOMEC has invited marine and shipbuilding companies of many countries to provide overall information on korean marine equipment.

Offer of a Chance to Meet with Marine Equipment Companies of Korea
KOMEC has offered varied chances to overseas companies that wanted to hold close consultation with reliable marine equipment firms of Korea.

Conclusion of Technical Partnership
KOMEC helps marine equipment firms of Korea to enter into technical partnership with overseas companies or to find their joint venture partners.

Attending Marine Exhibition
KOMEC holds an marine exhibition in which overseas companies with an interest in Korean marine equipment and marine equipment firms of Korea
participate and share win-win chances.



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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

[Selling Leads] Air-cooled Air Compressor B-90, B-180, B-20





Air-cooled Air Compressor


Air-cooled compressors are two or three stage air cooled compressors for final pressure up to 40 bar. Large axial type fans produce the necessary air flow. Air is drawn over the individual cylinders which are arranged in V or W configuration. Effective cooling is achieved by carefully designed radiating fins on the cylinder heads in addition to the used of copper or aluminum alloy the large space cooler.

- Simple constructions
- Reduces space by compact design
- Low running costs by long maintenance interval
- High reliability by low compression ratio
- Light weight
- High volumetric efficiency
- Low installation costs





Air Cooled air compressor  BL-90
ModelBL - 90
Maximum Pressure40
No. of stages3
No. of cylinders3
Speed1700 / 1470 / 1770 (rpm)
Free air delivery60/75/90 (m² / hr)  Required Power : 12.0/15.1/18.2 (KW)
Heat Dissipation8800 / 11050 / 13310 (kcal/hr)
Dimension1360*1000*1000 (mm)



Air Cooled air compressor  BL-180
ModelBL - 180
Maximum Pressure40
No. of stages3
No. of cylinders3
Speed1700 / 1470 / 1770 (rpm)
Free air delivery115 / 145 / 175 (m² / hr) 
Heat Dissipation16380 / 21170 / 26240  (kcal/hr)
Dimension1535*1030*1085 (mm)

Air Cooled air compressor  BL-20
ModelBL - 20
Maximum Pressure40
No. of stages2
No. of cylinders2
Speed1170 / 1470 / 1770 (rpm)
Free air delivery15 / 18 / 22 (m² / hr) 
Heat Dissipation2800 / 3600 / 4300  (kcal/hr)
Dimension870*560*650 (mm)



CONTACT INFO
Bumhan Industries Co., Ltd.
654-4 Bongam-dong, Masan Heowon-gu, Changwon-si, Gyeongsangnam-do, Korea
Phone 82-55-251-6070
Fax 82-55-251-6071
www.bumhan.com




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Korean eye domestic BC order



South Korean shipbuilders are expecting to win large-sized newbuilding bulkers, while Korea East-West Power Co. (EWP) is now inviting bidders for chartering two newbuildings.

It seems that Korean-invested overseas yard has secured for one newbuilding, raising concerns among domestically-located Korean yards.

EWP has been launching tenders for two bulkers, respectively, a bid for 180,000-dwt has closed on February 21st and the deadline for 208,000-dwt turns out to be on March 6th.

The two bulkers can be both newbuilding and secondhand vessel, however, the rumor is that Korean-invested yard in China or the Philippines has been chosen to build 180,000-dwt, thanks to its lower newbuilding price, by 10-20%.

Meanwhile, as for the second bidding for 208,000-dwt, one of Korean shipbuilders is expected to win the contract, as the bidding is proceeded on "Newbuilding constructed by Domestic yard" basis.

As it is known that the bidding specifies "Korean yard", the 208,000-dwt is expected to be awarded to Korea-located yard.

Market player said, "Korean shipbuilders are facing hardships by depressed orders for newbuilding commercial ship, however, it would be undesirable that newbuilding project promoted by the public corporation goes to overseas yard, just because of lower price."

"We hope that Korean yards would win the newbuildings," he added.
It seems that the Korean government should take a rapid measure for Korea-located yards to secure the newbuildings in order to promote national interests.



Published : February 22, 2012

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AVEVA expands in Korea



New product training centre opened in response to increased customer demand.

AVEVA announced on 21 February 2012 it has opened a new office in Seoul, Korea, that incorporates a dedicated product training centre, following an increased demand for AVEVA solutions.

The office will also host sales, marketing, product support, and administration functions for AVEVA customers in Korea.

“This new office, in particular the product training centre, enables AVEVA to offer a better service to our customers”, said EunJoo Park, Senior Executive Vice President of Korea and Japan division, AVEVA.

“We can vastly increase the number of participants at this new training centre, as well as host more meetings. AVEVA has had offices in Korea for over ten years. In this time we have seen an increased demand for trained users in AVEVA products and solutions across the Plant and Marine industries. We are proud to be able to continue to demonstrate and strengthen our support and commitment to the Korean market”.

In addition, AVEVA also operates the Marine Technology & Service Centre (MTSC) in Busan, Korea. The role of the MTSC is to provide engineering and research & development support.

The new office address is:
14th Fl., Haesung 2 Building, 942-10, Daechi-dong, Kangnam-gu, Seoul 135-725, Korea



Published : February 22, 2012




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Samsung eyes European wind farm



South Korea's Samsung Heavy Industries has set offshore wind turbine business as its new growth and is working to take over European market.

Samsung has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Fife state council and the Scottish Development International to cooperate for offshore wind power project in the end of January.

Samsung would install 7MW offshore wind turbine on the coast of Fife and construct electricity transmission network.

With a successful entrance into Scottish wind power market, Samsung plans to win international approval on its offshore wind turbine and enter into overall UK, which takes about 30% of European offshore wind power.


Published : February 21, 2012

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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

PC orders to hit 120



Shipbuilders are expected to see product carrier ordering start to turn around sooner or later, and recover in earnest next year.

Analyst Choi Kwang-Sik, LIG Investment & Securities explained on February 20th that Hyundai Mipo Dockyard's share price was relatively strong last week, as new order for PCs recently resumed.

LIG's Choi was looking forward to the South Korean yard's turnaround in 2013, with estimation of around KRW 0.7trn-1.3trn of newbuilding PCs contracted for 2012.

Product carrier's orderbook to fleet ratio is below 10% and MR tanker takes the least proportion, in comparing with the other LR2, LR1 tankers.

Choi forecast that a total of 120 vessels of 6m dwt of PCs would be contracted in the world this year.



Published : February 21, 2012


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