Hansa Heavy Lift Delivers Six Tugboats to Port of …

first_img Print  Close My location Pella Shipyard, November 29, 2013 zoom The ferry trip of the six tugboats on the specialized cargo vessel HHL Lagos of company Hansa Heavy Lift (Germany) has successful completed. The tugboats have been delivered to the port of Vladivostok. The ferry trip was accomplished through the Northern Sea Route and lasted for 32 days.Six tugboats as follows: two marine tugboats of project PE-65 “MB-92” and “MB-93” (building NoNo 503 and 504) and four tugboats of projects 16609 “RB-402”, “RB-403”, “RB-404”, “RB-405” (building NoNo 621, 622, 623, 624) were built at shipyard “Pella” in 2013.The total weight of six tugboats is 3 000 tons. In a ten days the tugboats will be discharged from the HHL Lagos and then the vessels will be delivered to the Auxiliary Fleet of Russian Navy and put into operation within Russian Pacific Fleet.The tugboat is intended for towing and berthing operations in harbor and coastal areas which comply with R2 navigation area (not more than 100 miles from place of shelter), performing of escort operations at the speed of 10 knots, refloating of ships and vessels, fire fighting operations at floating and shore objects, oil and petroleum content products, cargo transportation, ice breaking and rescue and special purpose operations as well.Technical data of project PE-65Length max 34,4 mWidth max 12,1 mDraft 4,4 mSpeed 13,5 knotsBollard pull 63 tClassificaion ?? Arc4 R1 ?ut1 FF3WS EscortTug by Russian Maritime Register of shipping.Propulsion system Z-drive US 255 FP, Rolls-Royce, FPP into nozzlesPowerplant 2*1864 kW, 1600 r/min, Cat 3516BPowerplant 2*1864 kW, 1600 r/min, Cat 3516BFull load displacement is 860 t.Deck equipment:bow double-drum anchor-towing-mooring electro-hydraulic winch ? 140-180-2?-2?-1?-FEH RED Fluidmecanica providing escort services, 20 t of bollard pull and 1860 kN of brake holding force;aft electro-hydraulic towing winch CHR-20-180-1?-1?-?? RED Fluidmecanica, providing 20 t of bollard pull and 1800 kN of brake holding force;towing hook providing 650 kN of bollard pull with quick release device;cargo crane Fluidmecanica HLRM 45/5 S with lifting capacity of 19.5 kN at the boom of 13.5m. In order to fulfill fire-fighting operations the tugboat is equipped with external fire fighting system made by FFS (capacity is 1500 m3/h, 2 water monitors, water curtains system). Technical data of the project 16609Length, max 28,5 mWidth, max 9,5 mDraft 4,3 mSpeed ab. 12 knotsBollard pull 47 tonesClass notation KM Arc4 R2 ?ut1 FF3 WS Tug by Russian Maritime Register of shipping.Propulsion complex Z-drives US 205, Rolls-Royce, FPP into nozzlePower 2×1500 kW at 1600 rpm, Cat 3512B Deck equipment:10 t bow anchor-towing-mooring winch, Fluidmecanica, providing 1383 kN brakes keeping force;towing hook SWL 47 t with quick release devise.The tugboat is also equipped with crane-manipulator HM 6/3 S, Fluidmecanica, with the capacity of 910 kg at the boom of 6 m.In order to fulfill fire-fighting operations the tugboat is equipped with external fire fighting system made by FFS (capacity is 800 m3/h, 2 water monitors, water curtains system). 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站?确定last_img read more

Opinion 5 key takeaways from Ohio States win against Golden Flashes

OSU redshirt-freshman quarterback J.T. Barrett runs the ball during a game against Kent State on Sept. 13 at Ohio Stadium. Barrett passed for 312 yards and 6 touchdowns in OSU’s 66-0 win. Credit: Mark Batke / Photo editorOne week after a loss in its home opener, the Ohio State football team responded with a 66-0 thrashing of in-state opponent Kent State.The win, while by a large margin, was not enough to impress the voters as the Buckeyes fell to No. 23 from No. 22 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll.The Lantern’s sports editors have compiled a list of five things we took away from the Buckeye victory.1. Beating a MAC school is not enoughBreaking school records and reviving a once thought-to-be-dead offense are all well and good, but if the Buckeyes want to impress the voters and make a run at the first-ever College Football Playoff, they will need to have games like this week in and week out.A 66-0 victory against an FBS opponent used to be enough to vault a team up multiple spots in the polls. However, the Buckeyes dropped one spot because, hey, Kent State is not in one of the five power conferences.With the Big Ten struggling mightily in the first three weeks of play, the Buckeyes will need to dominate in their remaining games if they want to make any kind of impression on the voters.The Virginia Tech loss to East Carolina didn’t help the Buckeyes either.2. When given time, J.T. Barrett can lead the Buckeye offenseLast week against Virginia Tech, redshirt-freshman quarterback J.T. Barrett and the rest of the offense looked lost against the “bear” front of the Hokie defense. Against a more traditional defense, Barrett proved he can make his reads and lead an offense.Barrett not only tied Kenny Guiton’s single-game touchdown passes record, he did it without even playing in the fourth quarter. He was also never sacked throughout the game.When given time, the Texas native proved he can make plays and distribute the football to multiple players on offense.Barrett completed passes to 11 different Buckeyes on Saturday and proved that when kept upright, he can be the real deal.3. Raekwon McMillan and Darron Lee are the future of the Buckeye defenseSince coach Urban Meyer arrived at OSU, linebackers have been a question for the Buckeyes. It got so bad in 2012 that Meyer moved fullback and captain Zach Boren to defense to play linebacker.Those issues seem to be a thing of the past, as freshman McMillan and redshirt-freshman Lee were flying all over the field Saturday.In fact, McMillan, who did not start, led the Buckeyes in total tackles with seven, and had two sacks.Lee, who has started each game this year, was second behind McMillan in tackles for loss, as he tallied two tackles for loss, including a sack.With these two young freshman patrolling the Buckeye defense, the future could be very bright for the Silver Bullets.4. Wide receiver is still an issue, but targets are aplenty for BarrettThe OSU receivers combined for seven receptions and a trio of touchdowns against Kent State, but also accounted for multiple key drops, including one that directly led to an interception.Senior Devin Smith showed his big-play ability with a 50-yard touchdown, but also bobbled a perfectly-thrown ball from Barrett that could have gone for another long score. Redshirt-sophomore Michael Thomas showed off his game-changing ability as well with a pair of touchdowns — one for 63 yards — but dropped the pass that landed in the arms of a Kent State defender.While the wideouts made their share of plays, Barrett was able to turn to a plethora of other targets when they struggled. He completed passes to 11 players in total, with two running backs and a tight end each tying for the team lead with four receptions.If the Buckeyes want to continue to have success in the passing game — Barrett threw for 312 yards and tied a school-record with six touchdown passes — they’ll need to continue finding ways to get the ball in the hands of numerous players, especially if the actual wide receivers continue to struggle.5. OSU’s defensive line will be OK without junior Noah SpenceSpence was expected to take the field for the Buckeyes against Kent State up until the day before the game. Then the news broke that he had failed another drug test and now nobody is sure — at least publicly — what his future will be this season and beyond.If he does, in fact, have to sit out for an extended period of time — which appears likely — the OSU defensive front will simply have to continue what it has done through the first three games of the season. While they haven’t necessarily dominated every snap, the defensive line has been the best position unit on the team.Spence is certainly key on the line, but he hadn’t played yet because of a previous suspension for a failed drug test, and the line still held its own. It’ll be up to senior Steve Miller and a group of talented but unproven players to continue to fill the hole, but early feedback says they are up to the challenge. read more