A.V. Dutov is appointed Director General of the Krylov Institute.
In pursuance of the Russian Federation President’s Decree of 21.03.2007, No. 396 «On the Federal Unitary Enterprise Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute» the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation issued Order No. 1289 of 14.09.2012 re-naming the Federal Unitary Enterprise Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute into the Federal Unitary Enterprise Krylov State Research Centre and approving its new Statute.
The Krylov Centre affiliates the Ship Electric Engineering & Technology Research Institute (TSNII SET).
D.O. Rogozin and G.S. Poltavchenko have come to KSRC and visited Krylov’s experimental facilities including the new ice basin.
November 2012. Deputy Chairman of the Russian Federation Government Dmitry O. Ragozin and Governer of St. Petersburg G.S. Poltavchenko visiting the Krylov Centre.
D.O. Rogozin and G.S. Poltavchenko at the new ice basin of the Krylov State Research Centre
The Russian Federation Government approves the state program Development of Shipbuilding in 2013–2020. The Program has been elaborated by the Krylov State Research Centre and United Shipbuilding Corporation (OSK) with consideration of information and proposals contributed by the Russian Federation Ministries of transportation, energy and agriculture. The State Program is aimed at increasing the share of Russian shipbuilders on the world market.
The Russian Federation Minister of Industry and Trade D.V. Manturov visits the Krylov State Research Centre.
Minister of Industry and Trade D.V. Manturov on a tour around Krylov’s experimental facilities
Year of 150th anniversary of the Krylov Centre. On this occasion the St. Petersburg Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAN) held a jubilee session at the Krylov State Research Centre with invitation of RAN Presidium members, municipal authorities and senior members of the Russian Federation Government.
The Krylov Centre sets up the Arctic Engineering Centre for integrated management of design and construction of ships and platforms for Arctic applications.
In the period from 2009 to 2016 the Krylov Centre have performed a series of investigations and analytical studies on existing structures, materials and manufacturing technologies of LNG carrier containment systems, developed and justified alternative design & manufacturing options. This work has been performed for the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade under the Federal Target Program «Development of Civil Marine Technologies».
Successful tests of Integrated Fully Electric Propulsion system of small-size hydrographic survey vessel Viktor Faleev. The system was manufactured by TSNII SET.
Hydrographic survey vessel Viktor Faleev
A pipe-layer ship design is presented at an international conference in Amsterdam. Design and construction of pipe-layer ships for Arctic is a priority issue in view of Russia’s ambitious plans to develop mineral resources in this region.
Conceptual design of pipe-layer ship
The Krylov State Research Centre takes part in the restoration project of Saint Issac’s Cathedral. Krylov Centre’s experts proposed electrically isolated mounting joints using various dielectric parts to decouple steel and copper structures.
Ivan Sidarenko — the first ship intended for support of drilling semi-submersible rigs leaves its building berth at Amur Shipbuilding Yard. The ship was designed by Krylov State Research Centre.
The conceptual design of a multi-role cable layer ship is elaborated. The ship is to be equipped with a modern integrated control system for subsea cable laying operations as well as related services at sea.
Design of a multi-role research vessel for prospecting and exploration of solid mineral resources in the world ocean has been completed.
The Baltic Shipyard lays the keel of a two-draft nuclear icebreaker (Project 22220). The basic design was elaborated by CDB Iceberg, the electric propulsion system was designed by Krylov State Research Centre (TSNII SET).
Two-draft nuclear icebreaker, Project 22220
The Krylov State Research Centre has designed a multi-purpose sea-going dry-cargo vessel of Arctic class and ice-resistant production platform of BUOY type with detachable spider buoy for operation in the most difficult deep-water parts of the Arctic Shelf.
Krylov’s project Development of new-generation diesel-electric icebreakers using domestic research and production infrastructure is nominated for the Russian Federation Government Prize in Science and Engineering of 2012.
Project for Gazprom related to development of Prirazlomnoye oil field: hydrophysical measurements along Baydaratskaya Bay section of the submarine gas pipeline using special-purpose hydrophysical instrumentation system.
Participation in major exhibitions and conferences:
- «Hannover Messe 2013». The latest designs of ships and other marine platforms have been presented personally to the Russian President V.V. Putin and Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel.
President of Russian Federation V.V. Putin and Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel at Hannover Messe 2013
Signing of Agreement on cooperation with Nordic Yards
- Basic Agreement with Fincantieri S.p.A. (Italy) — one of the global shipbuilding leaders. Agreement on joint innovative R&D projects for shipbuilding;
- Memorandum on cooperation with Fincantieri S.p.A. in the high-tech drillship project;
- Cooperation Agreement with JSC Gazprom. Joint utilization of available production and research capacities will promote economic development of the Russian Federation and strengthen the scientific and technical potential of this country;
- Cooperation Agreement with State Corporation «Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank)» to set up a long-term and efficient collaboration on projects related to shipbuilding and marine engineering, including establishment of KSRC-based Arctic Engineering Centre;
- General Agreement on scientific and technical cooperation with Nevsky Shipyard and JSC Shipyard «OKA»;
- Memorandum of Intentions with Kazakh Oil & Gas Research and Design Institute;
- Cooperation Agreement with Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping.
The Krylov Centre celebrates its 120th anniversary. The Youth Forum, Scientific & Technical Conference and extended Scientific Council session are held to mark this memorable date.
Scientific and technical conference dedicated to 120th anniversary of the Krylov State Research Centre
Commissioning of the new Ice Basin – a state-of-the-art research laboratory in ice technologies.
New Ice Basin
New Ice Basin
St. Petersburg State Marine Technology University opens the first chair based on the relevant KSRC research division «SHIP STRENGTH AND STRUCTURE» followed by another three chairs of this format.
In pursuance of the order issued by the Russian Federation Navy Commander-in-Chief the medium-size sea-going tanker of Project 23130 (under construction) is named after the naval architect and scientist Academician v. M. Pashin — Director of the Krylov State Research Centre form 1990 to 2012.
The Krylov State Research Centre becomes a laureate of the Russian Ministry of Energy Contest «Development of modern technologies for safe passage of heavy-tonnage ships in ice…».
Krylov Centre successfully defends detailed design of a new shallow-water icebreaker intended for Arctic, Azov and Caspian Seas.
The Krylov State Research Centre hosts nation-wide conferences:
- the first interdisciplinary conference «Methods and technologies for lifecycle management of sophisticated product and engineering structures – 2014»;
Opening of the Conference “Methods and technologies for lifecycle management of sophisticated product and engineering structures – 2014” in the Conference Hall of the Krylov State Research Centre