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17 december 2015
Chief Designers’ Council for Naval Mechanical and Instrument Engineering was held at Krylov State Research Centre

On December 14, 2015 Aleksandr Potapov, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation and Chairman of Chief Designers’ Council for Naval Mechanical and Instrument Engineering, led the first meeting of the Council at the Krylov Centre. Among other issues the members of the Council reviewed the organization chart and appointed the participants of working groups — «Marine engineering» and «Instrument engineering».

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11 december 2015
Arctic: Today And The Future

On the opening day of the 5th International Forum «Arctic: Today And The Future» the exhibition stand of the Krylov State Research Centre was visited by the Vice Prime Minister of the Russian Government Dmitry Ragozin. Among the exhibits showcased by KSRC Dmitry Rogozin was particularly interested in a model of the advanced 120 MW nuclear icebreaker «Lider» (project 10510) designed by Krylov’s Arctic Engineering Centre jointly with the Central Design Bureau Iceberg.

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10 december 2015

The festive event dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Krylov’s affiliated branch TSNII SET (Ship Electric Engineering & Technology Research Institute) was held on December 3, 2015. More than 200 guests were invited to attend this ceremonial event including representatives of major companies like JSC «Admiralteiskie Verfi», JSC MP «Zvezdochka», Baltic Shipyard, Ltd., CDB ME «Rubin».

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10 december 2015
Krylov Centre at Marintec China 2015

The international maritime fair Marintec China was held in Shanghai, China, from 1 to 4 December 2015. Marintec China is recognized as the largest trade show in China attracting an increasing number of high-profile exhibitors and visitors from around the world.

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7 december 2015
Russian shipbuilders sum up their work in 2015

On December 02, 2015, Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade (Minpromtorg) summed up the work of Russian shipbuilding industry in 2015 and outlined the prospects of further development in current conditions. A representative conference about these issues was presided by Mr. Alexander Potapov, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade.

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2 december 2015
Ice-breaker and cargo carrier fleet for Russian Arctic

KSRC took part in the session of Development of Transportation System Working Group of the State Commission on Arctic developments, presided by Mr. M. Sokolov, Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation.

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5 november 2015
Icebreaker Novorosiisk launched afloat

On 29 October 2015 the diesel-electric icebreaker Novorosiisk being built to the design of CDB Baltsudoproekt (Krylov State Research Centre) was launched afloat in Vyborg.

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3 november 2015
KSRC hosts Ships and Marine Technology

On October 26–30, 2015 under the auspices of Federal Agency on Technical Regulation and Metrology (Rosstandart) and at the premises of the KSRC, ISO/TC8 34th Plenary Meeting Ships and Marine Technology was held.

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30 october 2015
Krylov State Research Centre completed offshore transportation system modelling for oil offloading from Yamal

By the order of «Gazprom Neft Novy Port» LLC, KSRC specialists have developed the computer simulation model of offshore oil offloading system for Novoportovskoye oil and gas condensate field located in Yamal peninsula in harsh environment of polar region. The most of the year the ships are operating in 500m ice channel in shorefast ice of Ob’ Bay over 2 m in thickness. Some months a year the open water area of Kara Sea is almost completely covered with drifting ice.

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16 october 2015
Krylov State Research Center has been appointed as the central scientific organization in marine engineering

Krylov State Research Center has been appointed as the central scientific organization in marine engineering and will serve as a base for the newly established Chief Designers’ Council for Naval Mechanical and Instrument Engineering. Krylov State Research Center together with the Chief Engineers’ Council is aimed at maintaining a unified scientific and technological policy in the field, as well as providing standardization and unification for marine engineering products.

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