We have very recently returned from an interesting trip to Dubai.
Here we joined the Sander Meson Group for a knowledge sharing session which came about on the initiative of the Institute of Marine Engineering – the Science & Technology (IMarEST) UAE Branch, for the Middle East maritime fraternity.
The newly elected (April 2016) IMarEST UAE Branch committee is looking forward to work towards their core values: the facilitation of knowledge sharing, grasping learning opportunities and continuing the professional development of the Middle East’s maritime community. In doing so, Insatech Marine was invited to this technical knowledge sharing session.
Our pitch focused on the issues of bunkering, presenting the potential obstacles and our bunker management system, which is developed, designed and constructed to act as a safeguard against manipulation of bunkered marine fuel oil.
Read more about how the system utilizes Coriolis mass flow meters as a way to get around the problems of volume based measurement and conversion rates, and why this helps against short deliveries.
At the Q&A session afterwards there were much focus on the bunker management system – and in particular the Coriolis principle and how it makes the mass flow meters, used in the system, much more accurate than their mechanical counterparts.
For more information about the Coriolis Principle read the full article.
All in all we are looking we are looking forward to revisiting Dubai and the IMarEST UAE Branch for more marine technological knowledge sharing sessions.
If you want to know more about the full program at the knowledge sharing session and other participant, read more.
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Mads Hyldahl Mathiassen