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Research Bulletin by RS

Issue 30 (2007)

1 Principles of Activities of Shore-Based Emergency Response Services with Regard to Strength Limitations
2 The Role of Classification Societies in the Implementation of the Unified Maritime Labour Convention Requirements
3 The Review of the Existing International Normative Base for the Assessment of Passenger Ships Seaworthiness. Prospects for Improvement and Further Development
4 The Review of Accidents on Passenger Ships Related to the Loss of Seaworthiness
5 Application of the Thermoplastic Task Solution for Calculations of Welding Stresses and Deformations of Ship Hull Structures
6 Formation System of Principal Engineering Solutions for Ensuring the Ice Strengthening and Safe Operation of Ships in the Russian Arctic and Freezing Seas
7 The Register Activities as an Inspection Body Rendering Third Party Services within the Projects of Hydrocarbon Fields Development on the Sea Shelf
8 Experience of Shipboard Shafting Torsiography Using the Existing Measuring Means and Methods
9 The Modeling of Torsiograms and Spectrograms while Calculating Torsional Vibrations of Propulsion Plants
10 CNG is a New Technology of Gas Carriage: Condition, Perspectives, Problems
11 Development of Requirements for Structures, Tests and Strength Calculations of Composite Vessels under Pressure
12 The Basis for Calculation of Residual Service Life of Shipboard Internal Combustion Engines Components
13 Substantiation for the Register Enhanced Requirements for Ships with the Distinguishing Marks ECO and ECO DESIGN in the Class Notation
14 Shipbuilding in the North-West a Slow but Steady Progress
15 New Tendencies in the Nuclear Power Industry: Floating Nuclear Power Plants
16 Sensors of Longitudinal Vibrations and Axial Forces in Shafting of Shipboard Power Plants
17 The Development of Requirements for Ensuring Electromagnetic Security on Sea-Going Ships
18 The Comparative Analysis of Monitoring Systems by Informative Characteristics
19 The Existing and Perspective Types of GNSS Differential Subsystems