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Koos
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door Koos » 26 okt 2016 15:07

v+d schreef:Een zeer bijzonder verhaal, mooi dat het zomaar op Het Kombuis terecht komt :)
Tja, je moet het maar hebben he.
(Die foto's bedoel ik)

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Harry G. Hogeboom
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door Harry G. Hogeboom » 27 okt 2016 04:46

Tja, je moet het maar hebben he. (Die foto's bedoel ik)
Hallo Koos, nou wil ik niet zeuren, maar ik ben toch wel donders nieuwsgierig naar de herkomst van die foto's. Was jij bij die berging betrokken? zijn het je eigen foto's? hoe ging die berging?.wat weet je er verder nog van?
Ik stond aan die MAN hoofdkar van de " Tamara" te manouvreren en wij bemerkten beneden niks van dat alles, tot er plotseling een hoop heen en weer gerammel door die telegraaf kwam en de rest is geschiedenis zoals hierboven verhaald. De details en de foto's en kranten artikeltjes kreeg ik pas een poossie geleden onder ogen via de zoekerij van een andere Kombuizer- waarvoor nogmaals mijn dank- maar vrij snel na dit bakkie was ik weer foetsie naar Zuid-Afrika ( zie ik nu in mijn monsterboekje) en het leven ging verder..........dus ben wel benieuwd naar " het hoe en wat" van die foto's.
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door Joost.R » 02 nov 2016 13:32

Ulstein awarded pre-commissioning contract for two subsea rock dumping vessels

Ulstein Electrical Technology has been awarded a pre-commissioning contract for two subsea rock dumping vessels under construction for Jan De Nul Group at AVIC Weihai Shipyard Co. Ltd., China.
The vessels will be used for rock installation to protect cables and other subsea structures at depths up to 600 metres. The 6,000t vessels measure 95 m in length and 22 m in the beam.
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“Ulstein Electrical Technology Co. Ltd (UET), has been firmly positioned in Ningbo, China, for several years. Our teams of trained electrical personnel carry out pre-commissioning at several yards in China, the latest projects have been for PSV vessels at yards such as Wuchang, SWS and ROC,” says deputy managing director Stig Hjelvik.

The pre-commissioning for the rock dumping vessels include wiring and connection work on Ulstein equipment as well as equipment from other providers, and will commence shortly. The Ulstein equipment includes the power package of generators, switchboards, motor control centre, thruster frequency converters and motors, the automation system ULSTEIN IAS, DP system and thruster control. Read more about the equipment delivery.

Jan De Nul Group, headquartered in Luxembourg, is an expert in dredging and marine construction activities, and in specialised services for the offshore industry of oil, gas and renewable energy.

AVIC Weihai Shipyard Co. Ltd. is based in the Shandong province of China. The yard, established in 1951, started the production of vessels for the international market in 1998. AVIC International has been main shareholder since 2011.

Ulstein Group is a group of maritime companies, specialising in ship design and maritime solutions, shipbuilding, power and control and shipping.

Source: Ulstein
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door zeebeer » 11 nov 2016 14:21

Hoi allemaal. Ik ben Harry Verhoeven

Ben op zoek naar bemanningsleden van de hopper Wiesbaden ik heb daar op gevaren tot 1984.
Ik zag foto van Richardsbay en de Geopotes x daar was ik ook was daar als pijpenman op de Geopotes X.
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door Harry G. Hogeboom » 11 nov 2016 15:11

was ik ook was daar als pijpenman op de Geopotes X.
Harry, heb je dus zeer waarschijnlijk met mijn ouwe kollega Arie van Dam ( R.I.P.) gevaaarn!
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door Joost.R » 29 nov 2016 23:38

Damen unveils New Marine Aggregate Dredger for mining sand and gravel offshore

Damen Shipyards Group has announced a new line of Trailing Suction Hopper Dredgers (TSHD). The new product range, comprising of the Marine Aggregate Dredger (MAD) 4000 and 5600 vessels, was introduced in response to extensive market research and customer consultation. The MAD vessels are expected to be well received by an aggregate industry facing rising demand and an aging fleet.
Designed in collaboration with Maritime Design and Engineering Services (MD&ES), an established name known for its innovative approach, the MAD 4000 and 5600 are welcome additions to Damen’s Trailing Suction Hopper Dredging portfolio. For offshore aggregate operations, the new vessels will be able to work in North Sea conditions up to depths of -60 meters. These capabilities allow operators to mine sand and gravel in deeper waters, farther from shore than preceding models.
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Marine Aggregate Dredger 5600 - Image courtesy: Damen

Demand for improvement
Damen has invested considerably in research and development for the new MAD vessels, having observed an increase in demand for civil construction supplies deriving from an overall improving economy. The development aims at offering industry advanced technology, well suited to existing ports and delivering more uptime at sea.

Olivier Marcus, Damen’s Product Director Dredging comments: “We’ve tailored the technical specifications of the designs in line with the port infrastructure in the region in which the dredgers will operate.

“Furthermore, we’ve paid close attention to seakeeping behaviour in order to ensure the vessels can operate comfortably and safely, even in harsh weather conditions.”

Future proof
Unlike traditional dredgers, the bow shape of the MAD vessels allows them to operate in adverse weather conditions. The shape is based on a proven Damen design applied to renowned vessels such as the Damen Offshore Carrier (DOC) and Platform Supply Vessel (PSV). In addition to improved seakeeping behaviour, the bow shape also protects the sand and gravel cargo from green water ingress.

The MAD vessels have been developed with tomorrow in mind, states Mr. Marcus: “These vessels are future proof. Featuring Tier III engines and, requiring no ballast water, fully compliant with the latest IMO regulations, these dredgers are looking forwards. On top of that the design also takes into account the possible future requirement for advanced automation.”

In action
Close attention has been paid to incorporating the most robust equipment for operations in harsh environments. A submerged, wear-resistant Damen dredge pump facilitates the loading of sand and gravel aboard the vessel. Once onboard, the aggregate then passes through the heavy-duty dredgers’ screening towers, where giant sieves allow for a better assessment and classification of the mined material. Following this, it is stored and de-watered in the vessel’s hopper – with a capacity of either 4,000 or 5,600 m3 – hence the categorisation of the two types of MAD. The operation is supported by state-of-the-art, optimised instrumentation, offering feedback throughout the entire process.

Upon arrival to port, the vessels’ fully automated clamshell system unloads the material onto a conveyer belt. The system conceived of by the design is a flexible one, suitable for use in varying locations.

Mr. Marcus continues: “With a single vessel you can do almost everything. You can go out, get the material, classify it, dry it and deliver it to location. It is the first standardised design in the world with such a scope.”

Standardised customisation
Standardised the design may well be, but it is also versatile and takes into account the need for customisation and multi-role functionality.

“A number of options exist in order to cater to differing client needs,” states Mr. Marcus. “The vessel can be supplied with bottom doors if required – which will offer additional versatility in case it is required to perform differing operations. It can also receive spud poles, for example. And, should the client wish to scale up at any point, the MAD 4,000 can easily be converted into a MAD 5,600 with a simple section addition.”

Concluding, Mr. Marcus says, “The MAD concept is one that tackles not only the needs of today, but of tomorrow also. We have developed a vessel that represents the lowest possible euro to cubic metre ratio. It is lightweight, with an optimised, efficient propulsion train, minimised hydraulic usage and offers both low and easy maintenance. We are very much looking forward to seeing it in action.”

Source: Damen
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door Joost.R » 04 dec 2016 17:17

Press release – 3 December 2016
World’s first LNG-powered hopper dredger launched
The launch ceremony of DEME’s 3,500m3
LNG-powered trailing suction hopper dredger
(TSHD) MINERVA took place on 3 December at Royal IHC's shipyard in Kinderdijk, The
Netherlands. The official name giving and christening ceremony will take place in the spring of
2017 in Zeebrugge, Belgium.
"The launch of this vessel is an important milestone for the dredging industry,” says IHC's
Executive Director Shipbuilding, Arjan Klijnsoon. “IHC had already started to investigate the
integration of LNG into dredging vessels in 2012, enabling us to understand the challenges of
this green solution. This gave us a solid basis to work from when DEME started its tender
process, and helped us to materialise DEME’s preliminary design for two LNG-powered TSHDs.
We are proud to have made a huge step forward in dredger design and to be able to limit the
environmental impact of DEME’s vessels. We want to thank DEME for their close cooperation
and for giving us the opportunity to build the world’s first LNG-powered hopper dredger.”
Alain Bernard, Director and CEO DEME Group: “DEME's multi-year fleet expansion programme
is focused on increasing efficiency, both in terms of productivity and environmental
performance. The design of our new vessels is inspired by a drive to continuously innovate from
an ecological and efficiency perspective. As such, DEME continues to be at the forefront of the
industry and significantly reduces the environmental impact of its operations.”
Increased deployability and availability.
The dual-fuel (diesel and LNG) dredger has a ‘Green Passport’ and a ‘Clean Design’ notation,
complying and exceeding with the strictest international emission requirements.
The availability of the vessel has also been increased since it meets the requirements for the
extended dry-docking system. Ships under this special programme get a maximum dry-dock
interval of 7.5 years (instead of 5 years) by replacing certain dry-dockings with in-water surveys.
Award-winning dredger design
IHC and DEME are delighted that this game-changing design has been officially recognised by
the industry. On 10 November, both companies were awarded a DPC Innovation Award for the
new concept.
Additional information.Name MINERVA.Type Trailing suction hopper dredger.Customer DEME
Builder Royal IHC.Length overall 83.5m.Breadth 18m.Depth 6.8m.Design draught 5.0m
Hopper capacity 3,500m3.Dredging depth 30m.Speed 12 knots.Accommodation 14 peop.
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door Ron H » 14 dec 2016 21:49

Er lopen hier vast nog wat oude baggeraars in de rondte. Wie kende het bedrijf Kop uit Sliedrecht, met in de 80-er jaren waarschijnlijk een stuk of drie kleine zandzuigertjes?

Wie?
Als we eens wisten, wat we allemaal wisten.

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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door Koos » 20 dec 2016 15:16

Hallo Ron,
Zou jij mij je mailadres kunnen verstrekken middels een PBtje naar mij ?
Gr. Koos

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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door lodonk » 22 dec 2016 14:33

Hallo Ron,

kijk ff op www.dredgepoint.org bij owners - dan zie je bij history 3 zuigertjes van hen staan.

Succes


Bert Lodonk

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Re: Kerstdagen - Nieuwjaar

Bericht door lodonk » 22 dec 2016 14:45

Alle kombuizers fijne dagen en een gelukkig nieuwjaar toegewenst
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door Ron H » 22 dec 2016 18:37

Beste, bedankt. Had daar niet gezocht.
Als we eens wisten, wat we allemaal wisten.

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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door Koos » 22 dec 2016 20:54

Hoi Ron,
Heb je een paar dagen geleden 6 stuks foto's van de 3 Kop zuigertjes gestuurd.
Heb je hopelijk toch wel ontvangen ???
Op Dredgepoint slechts van 1 van de 3 zuigers een foto waarneembaar, althans wat ik waar kan nemen.
In ieder geval veel geluk ermee.
Fijne dagen
Gr. Koos

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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door Harry G. Hogeboom » 23 dec 2016 05:48

Alle kombuizers fijne dagen en een gelukkig nieuwjaar toegewenst
Een Goed Voorbeeld, doet Goed Volgen Bert, dus hierbij voor alle Kombuizers " van het zelfde laken een pakkie" :lol: OF liever gezegd " Uit het zelfde beun ook een schep zaaaaand" :lol:
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door lodonk » 23 dec 2016 19:35

Koos schreef:Hoi Ron,
Heb je een paar dagen geleden 6 stuks foto's van de 3 Kop zuigertjes gestuurd.
Heb je hopelijk toch wel ontvangen ???
Op Dredgepoint slechts van 1 van de 3 zuigers een foto waarneembaar, althans wat ik waar kan nemen.
In ieder geval veel geluk ermee.
Fijne dagen
Gr. Koos
Hallo Koos, mag ik jouw foto,s ook op Dredgepoint zetten s.v.p.? g.lodonk@upcmail.nl
Bij voorbaat dank
Bert Lodonk

Koos
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Bericht door Koos » 24 dec 2016 18:02

Att: Bert Lodonk
Heb je mailtje gestuurd.
Fijne Feestdagen.
Gr. Koos

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