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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:SM GEMINI2Added:Mar 19, 2020
Captured:March 19, 2020IMO:9841598Hits:1,142
Location:Mokpo, Mogpo, Korea (South)
Photo Category: Ore Carriers
Description:
Getting ready for delivery on a windy day at Hyundai Samho shipyard.
Vessel Identification
Name:N/A
IMO:9841598
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AIS Information
Last known position:
24°32’54.05” N, 122°34’48.11” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
16.5kts, 20° (17°)
Destination:
Location:Sgpore (pjsbg)
Arrival:31st Mar 2020
16:00:08 UTC
Last update:
6 hours 37 minutes ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)
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Photo Comments (8)

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Frank Buckley on Mar 21, 2020 09:15 (3 months ago)
Butt ugly!!!
lappino on Mar 21, 2020 02:18 (3 months ago)
Thank you all for your comments. I hope we will soo live again in a world where 0.2% fuel savings will sound like a real problem...
(I realize how blessed I am not to be forced to stay at home, to go to work, and to have a semblance of a "normal life" - and that in a country that used to be in the news at first as a dangerous outbreak zone.)

Cheers

Vlad
Pica on Mar 20, 2020 20:33 (3 months ago)
Wow, what a high level technical conversation over bow & stern designs....
Brings a bit of light and joy into my corona virus home isolation!
Thanks to everybody
Brett Bachmann on Mar 20, 2020 20:22 (3 months ago)
Wow @Vlad !
Jim McQuarrie on Mar 20, 2020 15:41 (3 months ago)
Cracker Lappino
lappino on Mar 20, 2020 15:14 (3 months ago)
Just like Tuomas said, these days it's all about blunt noses, and fancy stern contraptions for flow optimization (schneekluth and other ducts and "wings")...

Cheers

Vlad
Tuomas Romu on Mar 19, 2020 19:22 (3 months ago)
Pica, your assumption is largely correct - at typical bulker/tanker speeds, the resistance is largely from friction. I don't think there's much to gain from bow geometry anymore after all those CFD calculations; the achievable savings, if any, can be obtained from the stern.
Pica on Mar 19, 2020 17:25 (3 months ago)
Hello Lappino,

for sometime I notice that some bulker and tanker newbuildings don't have a bulbous bow anymore. Are they that slow that it doesnt have any fuel saving/speed increasing effect?
Thanks in advance for any tecnical explanation
BR Jürgen
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