Taking years of experience with ship classification, steel production and ship owning to a wider market place. Asset management including life cycle management and dry dock preparation for major steelwork tasks. Developing positive relationships with crew and ship managers to achieve demonstrable impact on safety has also been a critical part of our product portfolio.

 

 

What We've Achieved

  • Significant improvement to out of service statistics for a sophisticated fleet

  • Accurate drydock budget forecasting

  • Establishing graduate training scheme

  • Complex structural investigations

  • Supervision of major steelwork jobs

  • Developing Government work

Other Technical Papers

Braidwood, Dr Iain (2013) TR06 New Tanker Hull Forms (SD-9) - SNAME 2013 Bellevue, Washington

Braidwood, Dr. Iain (2013) "Cracking the Crack Conundrum, or Improving the Structural Performance and Increasing the Availability of the World's Largest Fleet of Shuttle Tankers", Mari-Tech, Halifax

Braidwood, I (2008) “Operator’s Experiences Regarding Underdeck Corrosion in Cargo Tanks on Medium Size Oil Tankers”, Overflate 2008 Oslo

Braidwood, I, (2005) “Structural Integrity Management”, Shuttle Operators Conference Aberdeen

Braidwood, I and Lofthouse, G (2000) “Latest Developments in Special Steel Profiles for Lightweight Ship Construction”, in Lightweight Construction Latest Developments, London

Braidwood, I and Lofthouse, G (2000) “Developments in Bulb Flats and Other Hot Rolled Special Steel Profiles for Advancing Commercial and Naval Shipbuilding in the United States of America”, in 2000 Ship Production Symposium, Williamsburg, Virginia

Braidwood, I and Kelly, RB (1999) “A Comparison of Theory and Practice in Plate Stiffener Behaviour Under Axial Loading”, Current and Future Trends in Bridge Design Construction and Maintenance, Singapore

 

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