MES Starts Ship Operational Analysis Service

Thursday, July 17, 2008

On August 1 Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. starts ship operational analysis service on the Ship Operation Support Portal Site of its Maritime Solution Dept., which enables the assumption of actual ship’s performance under real navigational conditions.
Due to the change of operational environment by the soaring of oil price, global demand for controlling greenhouse gas emission etc., the ship operation nowadays is required to pay attention not only to the economy and efficiency, as was before, but also to the environmental load.
In this offered service, the navigational data of the ship are analyzed by creating a ship model by means of a Ship Operation Analysis System developed by Akishima Laboratories (Mitsui Zosen) Ltd. (MES’s 100 percent owned subsidiary with president Mr. Junshi Takashina) gathering information on the ship’s outline specifications and operational data (such as Noon Report, ABLOG etc.) from the customer.
The data analyzed are segregated according to aging degradation and disturbance effect in chronological order and will be supplied as ship’s operation performance information under actual sea conditions including data for sea margin, decrease of ship’s speed and FOC analysis information. In addition, operational schedule support service is also offered by supplying data of meteorological influence according to season of the year and the navigational route to help finding of contractual speed, bunker contract and operational schedule most appropriate to every and each ship for its own navigational route.

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